Josh Hicks ran for 202 yards and a touchdown, and Rutgers beat North Carolina, 40-21, in the inaugural Quick Lane Bowl at Ford Field in Detroit.
TCU coach Gary Patterson embraced changed and joined an exclusive club.
Two touchdown passes in a span of 19 seconds were all Driphus Jackson needed to give Rice the spark it needed in the Hawaii Bowl.
Despite squandering nearly all of a 35-point lead and giving up an improbable touchdown on the final play from scrimmage, Western Kentucky topped Central Michigan in the Bahamas Bowl in Nassau, the first bowl game outside the United States or Canada since 1937.
Rakeem Cato equaled an all-division record for consecutive games with a scoring pass (46) during a rout of Northern Illinois in the Boca Raton Bowl.
Jameis Winston was cleared of violating the student code of conduct, but the woman who accused him of raping her spoke powerfully at the university hearing.
Memphis (10-3) edged Brigham Young, 55-48, in the inaugural Miami Beach Bowl.
The west side of Texas A&M University’s Kyle Field has been imploded as part of $450 million in improvements to the football stadium.
Major B. Harding, who presided over the hearing, involving a 2012 rape accusation, ruled that the evidence was insufficient to find Winston guilty of violating the student code of conduct.
The No. 23 Utes scored three times in the first quarter and never looked back against the overmatched Rams.
Saturday’s game, between South Alabama and Bowling Green, benefits the Sun Belt and Mid-American Conferences; ESPN, which owns and will broadcast it; and Montgomery, which will host it.
Paul Chryst is back at Wisconsin, settling into familiar surroundings in his hometown.
Wisconsin hired Paul Chryst away from Pittsburgh to replace Gary Andersen, who had left for Oregon State, as coach, the university announced Wednesday.
Oliver Luck, who was West Virginia’s athletic director and a member of the College Football Playoff selection committee, will become a part of the N.C.A.A.'s leadership team as it attempts to reinvent itself.
Ohio State’s offensive coordinator, Tom Herman, was hired as Houston’s coach on Tuesday. Herman takes over for Tony Levine, who was fired last week.
John Robertson received the Walter Payton Award, given the top offensive player in the Football Championship Subdivision.
A 22-year-old man was arrested on a felony warrant charging him with murder in the fatal shooting of the Auburn football player Mitchell on Sunday, the police in Auburn, Ala., said.
Cleveland waived the slumping kicker Billy Cundiff and replaced him with the veteran Garrett Hartley, who will most likely kick against Cincinnati on Sunday.
John Crockett rushed for a career-high 227 yards and scored the winning touchdown to help host North Dakota State hold off Coastal Carolina, 39-32, in the Football Championship Subdivision quarterfinals.
The Black Knights did a lot of things right but once again fell to the Midshipmen in the 115th meeting between the teams.