Injuries are an unfortunate part of every college football season. Whether it’s a small ailment affecting a key player for a couple of weeks or an injury keeping a player sidelined for the entire year, all injuries have an impact on the final win-loss record for all 128 teams.
After three games, Oregon State is starting to take on the defining characteristics of a Gary Andersen-coached team. The Beavers feature a stifling defense and a stout run game. How will it translate into Pac-12 play? No.
Utah has generated all sorts of positive momentum while starting 3-0 for a second consecutive season. The Utes have shown signs of being elite defensively, once again, in a conference filled with high-flying offenses.
Week 4 of the 2015 college football season kicks off on Thursday night with a key American Athletic Conference matchup between Cincinnati and Memphis. The action continues on Friday night with Boise State taking on Virginia and Stanford traveling to Corvallis to take on Oregon State.