We’re still in the first month of the season, but some fanbases (and even coaches) are already hitting the panic button. After last week’s rash of upsets, here are some of the big questions for this week in college football.
Denny Hamlin overcame a bad starting position and an awful start to the race to win the myAFibRisk.com 400 at Chicagoland Speedway in Illinois on Sunday — the first race day in NASCAR’s 2015 Sprint Cup Series Chase playoffs.
Bradley Roby returned a Jamaal Charles fumble 21 yards for a touchdown with 27 seconds left and the Denver Broncos continued their dominance of the Chiefs with a 31-24 win in Kansas City on Thursday night.
Michigan State and Oklahoma showed they will be players in the title hunt while Auburn narrowly avoided the biggest upset in history. Those are just some of the story lines from Week 2 in college football. Here are some of the things we learned this week.
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