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College Football Dots, Schedule, Games Today: Maryland on Texas; Ohio State, Oklahoma lead big



Saturday is here! The 2018 season begins with the first full Saturday of the games. With several big games on the slate and a number of interesting matchups from noon to night, there is no better way to start the fall than what we expect here.

CBS Sports will be with you all day on Saturday and update this story with the latest results, highlights, analysis and from the first week. Check out the predictions, the best games of the day and the live game trackers covering all actions very early. To manually refresh the page for the latest updates, just click here

Week 1
College football schedule, results

All times Eastern

FAU at No. 7 Oklahoma – FOX – GameTracker
No. 23 Texas at Maryland – FS1 – GameTracker
Oregon State at # 5 Ohio State – ABC – GameTracker
Ole Miss at Texas Tech – ESPN – GameTracker
# 17 West Virginia Vs. Tennessee – 3:30 pm on CBS – Picks, Preview
No. 6 Washington Vs. # 9 Auburn – 3:30 pm on ABC – Picks, Preview
Washington State in Wyoming – 3:30 pm via CBSSN
# 14 Michigan vs No 12 Notre Dame – 7:30 pm NBC – Picks, Preview
Louisville vs. No. 1 Alabama – 8pm on ABC – Picks, Preview
BYU in Arizona – 10:45 on ESPN

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Deja vu for Texas vs Maryland

That's … not a good thing. The Longhorns follow the Terps 24-14 late in the first half and it is Tom Herman's team that does not come out of a scandal about player-death, but looks undecided. Maryland has won a lot of battles in the passing game. Quarterback Kasim Hill already has a 134 yards pass and a touchdown. Meanwhile, Texas can not find an answer with quarterback Sam Ehlinger. Halftime adjustments are definitely required for the Longhorns. Will we see Shane Buechele free Ehlinger?

Kyler Murray has great Oklahoma

There were many questions about what Oklahoma's offense would look like without Baker Mayfield. So far, Kyler Murray has met expectations against FAU, completing every pass he threw, and led three touchdown drives in the first quarter to bring the Sooners to 28-0. The former top prospect – and the last MLB draft pick of the first round – has done a great job of expanding games and keeping receivers open, as in this long catch-and-run touchdown against Lee Morris.

Ole Miss recipients break out of nWo & nasty wide outs & # 39; Belt

sales chain? How about the nWo belt? Ole Miss began to celebrate his broad recipients – "Nasty Wide Outs" – a few seasons ago, and her very own title belt, which points to Hulk Hogan's New World Order Wrestling group in the 1990s, returned to the field against Texas on Saturday back technique. It should be noted, however, that Ole Miss & # 39; Wideouts are not the only ones making games. Texas Tech Phenomenon TJ Vasher has the first candidate for the catch of the year.

Fan Trolls Urban Meyer at "College GameDay"

Saturday morning saw the signs set for ESPN's "College GameDay" set and we have an early candidate for the best – or most brutal – weekend. This, of course, comes in the same week that Urban Meyer and Ohio State have become accustomed to defending themselves by statements about the school's investigation into whether Meyer knew or approved the domestic violence of former assistant Zach Smith.

Kasim Hill Launches at QB, Terps in Honor of Jordan McNair

Sam Ehlinger will start quarterback for Texas, and now we know that Kasim Hill will start quarterback for Maryland. Hill played briefly against Texas last season and completed all three pass attempts after starter Tyrrell Pigrome tore his ACL. Hill then held his own season-ending ACL injury just two games later against Central Florida.

The Terps also honored the late Jordan McNair before the game. McNair, of course, died during conditioning exercises this summer, reflecting a study of the culture of the program under coach D.J. Durkin. Maryland sent 10 players into the field – the absent player representing McNair – and Texas refused the punishment. The Terps also honor McNair with helmet stickers bearing his number.

Washington without starting line judge against Auburn

Nr. 6 Washington arrives at number 9 Auburn this afternoon, but the huskies will do without one of the most important pieces of their offensive line. As reported by Adam Jude for The Seattle Times the left tackle Trey Adams will not be active due to a back injury on Saturday. This disease is unrelated to knee surgery, which has seen Adams recover from an early-season All-American OT – an operation that "kept him from making the journey."


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