Scenes from Week 9
The Rutgers groundscrew was busy during TV timeouts of the Scarlet Knights' game against West Virginia.
Whiteouts in State College are usually reserved for a large student section dressed in white. Mother Nature provided her own version before Penn State's game against Illinois.
Villanova and Maine played on during blizzard-like conditions on Philadelphia's Main Line.
No snow -- or fans
A Maryland fan has a section to himself at Byrd Stadium during the Terrapins' game against Boston College.
A shadow zigzags through the Arizona State crowd.
UNLV cheerleaders dressed up for Halloween entertain the home crowd.
Michigan State quarterback Kirk Cousins eyes a receiver against Nebraska.
Young Duke fans enjoy an afternoon at Wallace Wade Stadium.
Running to daylight
USC takes the field prior to its game against Stanford at the Coliseum.
Twice the view
No matter how you saw it, Tevin Washington led the Georgia Tech offense against Clemson.
Georgia players celebrated with their fans following a win over the Florida Gators in the World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party.
Colorado quarterback Nick Hirschman made his first-career start at Arizona State, but he was pulled after one quarter with his team trailing 21-0. (The Sun Devils would win, 48-14.)
Penn State president Graham Spanier presents Joe Paterno with a plaque commemorating his 409th career win after the Nittany Lions beat Illinois. Paterno passed Eddie Robinson to become the all-time winningest coach in Division I.
Making his point
Florida coach Will Muschamp in a heated moment against Georgia.
Center of attention
The focus was on Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck prior to the Cardinal's triple-OT win at USC.