Daily News: Jackson, No. 3 Louisville dominate FSU, UNC-Pitt on horizon


Boston College

It’s never good to see the “Where do they go from here” headlines following a blowout loss.


Ben Boulware reaffirmed his status as Clemson’s defensive leader heading into their contest against SC State.


How the odds that Gary Trent Jr. and Wendell Carter both attend Duke increased over the weekend?

Florida State

As you’d expect, Florida State took quite a tumble in both polls following their loss at Louisville.

Georgia Tech

The Yellow Jackets are 3-0, and had their best offensive output of the season at home on Saturday against Vandy.


Wow, what else is there to say following Saturday’s destruction of FSU? The team — No. 3 in the nation — led by quarterback and possible alien life form Lamar Jackson, continue to draw national headlines.


Here’s a breakdown of how the Canes — now No. 15 in the nation — used RPO’s against App State.

NC State

Here are the highlights from NC State’s 27-point victory over ODU in Raleigh, which made them 2-1 on the season.

North Carolina

The Tar Heels are less than a week out from hosting a serious Coastal Division matchup: 2-1 Pitt will be in Chapel Hill on Saturday; kickoff set for 3:30.


It’s safe to say that Pitt’s defense must play better against UNC than they did on Saturday in Stillwater.


The Orange had moments of goodness against South Florida, but ultimately, they fall by 25 points.

Junior safety Antwan Cordy has been granted a medical redshirt.


Before the season, Chip Patterson of CBS Sports described this game as a would-be rock fight, and that’s exactly what UVA-UConn was on Saturday.

Virginia Tech

The Hokies looked awesome — on both sides of the ball — against Boston College.

Wake Forest

John Wolford came off the bench on Saturday, and helped lead the Demon Deacons to a victory over Delaware — they’re now 3-0 on the young season.