J'Mar Smith threw three touchdown passes and Justin Henderson ran for three first-quarter touchdowns to power Louisiana Tech to a 69-21 victory over Massachusetts on Saturday night.
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- UMass names FSU OC Bell as new head coach
- UMass parts ways with Whipple after 6 seasons
- UMass' Whipple suspended for 'rape' reference
- UMass extends Whipple's deal thru 2020
The West Coast isn't the best coast for college football this week, landing in the No 5 spot.
James Morgan passed for 263 yards and two touchdowns, Anthony Jones rushed for 115 yards and a score and Florida International routed Massachusetts 44-0 on Saturday night.
The Scarlet Knights fired their coach already, Virginia Tech's poor robot didn't get to do many post-score pushups, and Akron takes over the top -- bottom? -- spot.
Michael Curtis threw for two touchdowns and ran for another and UMass defeated Akron 37-29 on Saturday.
Even in a bad week for Arkansas, Utah and Washington State, the Wolverines stand out, landing the Coveted No. 5 spot.
Bryce Carpenter threw for 104 yards and two scores and rushed for 102 yards, Fred Payton threw for 203 yards and a touchdown and Coastal Carolina pummeled Massachusetts 62-28 in a nonconference game on Saturday afternoon.
Kicking off with a conference game that wasn't a conference game, it was a bad week along the Atlantic coast.
What have we learned from the upsets, wild rivalries and all the usual twists and turns of the college football season? Here's what we know after three weeks.
Chris Reynolds threw two touchdown passes as Charlotte ran up an early lead and never looked back, beating Massachusetts 52-17 on Saturday.
After an 0-2 start, Tennessee coach Jeremy Pruitt searched for an analogy and came up with ... the Titanic. It's safe to say things aren't going well in Knoxville.
Javon Williams Jr. ran for two touchdowns and had another score receiving and Stone Labanowitz threw for four touchdowns as Southern Illinois scored 35 unanswered points to beat Massachusetts 45-20 on Saturday.
The Vols, Missouri, Ole Miss and South Carolina have the Bottom 10 heading south. But don't worry, you're in too, UCLA.
Who leads the way in the best of the worst of what college football has to offer? The preseason Bottom 10 is here to break it down.
Which new coaches need to win right away? Which ones are in rebuilding years? We break down the expectations for each new coach in 2019.