We examine each Power 5 conference and take a look at the Group of 5 to determine the coaches entering win-or-else seasons.
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Frankie Hickson made it a Senior Day to remember for Liberty, rushing for a career-high 196 yards and a career-best four touchdowns to power the Flames to a 49-28 victory over New Mexico State on Saturday.
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The U gets a week in the Coveted Fifth Spot after getting upset by FIU.
Jason Huntley had 191 yards rushing on 14 carries with three touchdowns and New Mexico State beat UTEP 44-35 on Saturday.
Nothing lasts forever, even the Bears' 25-point lead on Oklahoma.
Josh Adkins threw two touchdown passes, Jason Huntley ran for 174 yards and New Mexico State beat Incarnate Word 41-28 on Saturday for its first win of the season.
The Nittany Lions slipped from fourth in the first College Football Playoff rankings to our even-more-coveted No. 5 spot in the Bottom 10.
Mississippi freshmen Snoop Conner, Jerrion Ealy and quarterback John Rhys Plumlee combined to rush for five touchdowns Saturday as the Rebels defeated New Mexico State 41-3.
Oklahoma's shocking loss to Kansas State earns the Sooners the coveted fifth spot in this week's Bottom 10.
Wesley Kennedy III and J.D. King ran for 143 yards apiece -- each with two touchdowns -- as Georgia Southern jumped out to an early lead and coasted to a 41-7 victory over New Mexico State on Saturday to keep the Aggies winless on the year.
Kobe Lewis rushed for 161 yards and two touchdowns as Central Michigan cruised past winless New Mexico State, 42-28 in a nonconference game on Saturday.
The West Coast isn't the best coast for college football this week, landing in the No 5 spot.
Joshua Mack ran for a 4-yard touchdown with six minutes left and Liberty held off New Mexico State for a 20-13 victory on Saturday night.
The Scarlet Knights fired their coach already, Virginia Tech's poor robot didn't get to do many post-score pushups, and Akron takes over the top -- bottom? -- spot.