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Handed Life’s Twists, Notre Dame Quarterback Turns It Around

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DeShone Kizer went from self-doubting third-stringer to comfortable starter, all while his girlfriend continued to deal with the serious aftereffects of having a tumor removed.

Bowl Guidelines to Be Set

The N.C.A.A. football oversight committee will provide guidelines for matching bowls with sub.-500 teams if there are not enough bowl-eligible squads.

Uncharacteristic Loss Unsettles the Buckeyes

A 17-14 defeat by Michigan State ended a 23-game winning streak for Ohio State and threw its team into turmoil.

On College Football: Once Again, the Big 12 Looks to Be on the Outside Looking In

For the second year in a row, neither Texas Christian nor Baylor are well-positioned to make college football’s four-team playoff.

Sports Briefing | College Football: Iowa State Fires Coach

Paul Rhoads is out as Iowa State’s coach after seven seasons, the university said.

Sports Briefing | College Football: South Dakota State Sacked by Snowstorm

South Dakota State was delayed by a snowstorm for 10 hours at the Sioux Falls, S.D., airport on Friday on the way to play Western Illinois.

The Best Moments in College Football This Week

A look at some of the top story lines from the twelfth week of the 2015 college football season.

East Roundup: Win at Army Helps Rutgers Preserve Slim Bowl Hopes

With one more victory, the Scarlet Knights could be in the hunt for a bowl game if there are not enough traditionally bowl-eligible teams to fill all the slots.

Michigan State 17, Ohio State 14: Michigan State Defeats Ohio State With Field Goal in Final Seconds

The Spartans, despite being without their steadfast starting quarterback Connor Cook, played their best game of the year and upset the Buckeyes, 17-14, ending with a 41-yard field goal in the final seconds.

Roundup: Florida Averts Huge Upset in Overtime; Iowa Clinches Share of Big Ten West

Treon Harris’s 13-yard touchdown pass to Jake McGee in overtime allowed No. 8 Florida to avoid a huge upset at home. C. J. Beathard threw three touchdown passes and No. 6 Iowa clinched a spot in the Big Ten championship game.

New Use of Virtual Reality Adds Another Dimension to Coaches’ Recruiting Tactics

By slipping on a headset, recruits can see what it is like to be in the team huddle, listen to a coach’s speech, run down the tunnel before a game or tour the campus.

Campus Corner: A Cherished Custom at Penn, Any Way You Slice It

Penn students’ tradition of throwing toast can be traced to an alcohol ban in the 1970s, and it appears to be linked to a scene in “The Rocky Horror Picture Show.”

Iowa Coach Kirk Ferentz Guides Undefeated Hawkeyes to Unfamiliar Heights

Ferentz, whose job may have been in jeopardy after last season, has Iowa in a position to make a run at its first national championship since 1958.

College Football Games to Watch on Saturday

Two big games in the Big 12 and No. 9 Michigan State’s game at No. 2 Ohio State in the Big Ten will help clarify the college football playoff picture.

Concussions Ended His Football Dreams. Now, at 24, He Helps Others Achieve Theirs.

Clint Trickett, a former West Virginia quarterback, had to retire from college football, but he still loves the game, coaching at a community college in Mississippi.

Sports Briefing | College Football: Inquiry Into Nebraska Rape Report

The police in Lincoln, Neb., were investigating a report of a rape at the residence of quarterback Tommy Armstrong Jr. and receiver Jordan Westerkamp.

Top Four Stay Intact in College Football Playoff Rankings

Clemson remained No. 1, followed by Alabama, Ohio State and Notre Dame. Oklahoma, which beat Baylor on Saturday, jumped to No. 7, from No. 12.

Sports Briefing | College Football: Testimony Sought From Texas Football Coaches

Oklahoma State filed a breach-of-contract suit against the Longhorns’ offensive line coach, who left the Cowboys’ program to take a job with Texas.

On College Football: Upsets Shake Up an Already Murky Playoff Picture

Four of the top 10 teams in the College Football Playoff selection committee’s rankings lost this weekend, making it difficult to know which teams could qualify for the Playoff.

At Missouri, Stepping Out of a Comfort Zone and Stirring Social Change

Black student-athletes, by taking a rare step to join a fight against racial tensions on campus, reconciled their celebrity with the concerns of fellow black students.

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