College football today: Week 10 updates, highlights, biggest moments and more

It's Week 10, yes, Week 10 already. And we had our first batch of College Football Playoff rankings released this week, and the rankings sure did spice things up.

So what's on the line this weekend? Well, Cincinnati will certainly want to go all out against Tulsa to leave no room for doubt, especially with College GameDay on hand. Speaking of, check out the best signs from GameDay here.


The day has already offered us plenty of excitement from Illinois upsetting No. 20 Minnesota, No. 5 Ohio State fending off Nebraska and a hilarious troll job from Ole Miss.

Come back here throughout the day for the latest results, reaction and revelry from throughout the land.

Game of the moment:Tulsa at No. 6 Cincinnati (3:30 p.m. ET, ESPN2/ESPN App)


Cincinnati head coach Luke Fickell was an assistant for Jim Tressel at Ohio State for a decade, and you can tell. The Tressel-ball influence is heavy in Fickell's Bearcats: play elite defense, take few risks, don't fear punts. An ugly 24-7 win counts just the same as 44-27.

For the most part, this is fine. Some people prefer high-flying luchadores, others prefer thunderous slaps and sumo wrestling. We all have different tastes. But if there's one thing we learned on Tuesday night, it's that the Bearcats might need a few more backflips off the top rope.Read Bill Connelly's Week 10 preview (ESPN+).

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Touchdown of the day


Huh? We're not sure exactly what happened, but we love it and approve and want to see it 100 more times.

Smoke don't Freeze


Ole Miss was having a great time after beating Liberty, but ended up deleting these great tweets.

And if you need a refresher on why this is such a good troll job.

Ole Miss officials did end up apologizing for the tweets.

Give us all the punter taunts that are out there. And it's especially deserved for Illinois since the Illini beat No. 20 Minnesota.

Just a good time on SEC Nation as always.

But wait until you zoom in just a bit. Get your shots in at Texas wherever you can.

And let's just pile on the Horns down trend while we're here.

It's all fun and games


Arizona finally won a game! Its first one in 20 games.

What's going on here?

Yeah, that reaction says it all.

Pylon camera for the win.


A+ acting right here.

Well, this is an interesting hair choice.

Utah kicker Jadon Redding had a good time poking fun at himself after tumbling into the net.

Reese is rolling with Texas A&M.

A little bit of humor goes a long way, andDorian Thompson-Robinsonseems like a must-follow on Instagram if he's going to be posting memes like this.

Returning to their old stomping grounds



Find us someone happier than Major Harris. That's right. You can't.

R.C. Slocum is at Texas A&M and received a well-deserved welcome.

GameDay antics



Looks like the Bearcats are ready to get after it.

And OK, you can't not love this.

And Lee Corso's pick is ...

Mascot check-in


So ... can we get invited to this party?

Wyoming and Colorado State are ready for battle. Winner takes the boot!

Oregon and Washington are playing each other this weekend, and the Oregon Duck has been handing out quite a few blows to Harry the Husky.

Latest threads



Minnesota is pulling out some show-stopping uniforms this weekend.

Arizona State will be drenched in this eye-catching gold.

And the Bearcats are looking sharp for homecoming.


For all the best uniforms, check this out.

More must-see



Apparently it takes a lot more to not have A.T. Perry score on you.

How does someone even make it out of a scrum like this and still manage to score?

A little trickery can take you a long way.

A little tip-toeing down the sideline and TD for Jaylon King.

And enjoy this bit of sideline dancing here.

Get yourself teammates like this!

Jaylen Stinson turned on the gas quick for this score.

No idea how Matt Corral snuck this one in.

Sam Howell is not easy to bring down.

A 96-yard house call? Why not.

This is why you don't give up on a play too fast.

Remember the name:Kalil Pimpleton. He had three receptions for 103 yards and a TD and two punt returns for TDs (70 and 97 yards) in the first half of Central Michigan's game against Eastern Michigan.

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