Michigan athletic director Warde Manuel is one of four new members added to the College Football Playoff's 13-member selection committee, which will be chaired by NC State AD Boo Corrigan.
— Navy had its way with Army. It was good, aggressive, lucky and most of all angry with the idea the Black Knights had turned the tables in one of college football's biggest rivalries.
- CFP committee adds U-M AD; Corrigan to chair
- Army cadets nab wrong goat in Navy mascot raid
- Navy reinstates fired OC Jasper in reduced role
- Bucs waive ex-Navy DB given special exemption
Rivalry Week is here, and of course Ohio State has not missed a beat in prepping for Michigan. Come back throughout the day for Saturday's best.
— Isaac Ruoss ran for two touchdown, Chance Warren had two TD catches and Navy defeated Temple 38-14 on Saturday.
Army cadets attempting to kidnap the U.S. Naval Academy's mascot ahead of the annual Army-Navy football game nabbed the wrong goat during this past weekend's hijinks
— Owen Daffer drilled a 54-yard field goal as time expired to give East Carolina a 38-35 victory over Navy on Saturday night.
— Tai Lavatai scored a game-winning touchdown from the 1-yard lin e in the fourth quarter and Navy defeated Tulsa 20-17 on Friday night.
— Cincinnati coach Luke Fickell could tolerate his team’s slow start, and he may have expected some issues defending Navy’s triple-option offense.
— Seth Henigan completed eight of 11 passes for 215 yards and two touchdowns as Memphis scored on five of its first six drives to halt a three-game slide and defeat Navy 35-17 on Thursday night.
— Tai Lavatai returned from a two-game injury absence to lead Navy back from a 13-point fourth-quarter deficit and a 34-30 win over UCF on Saturday for the Midshipmen's first victory this season.
— Ta’Zhawn Henry ran for a pair of second-half touchdowns to lead Houston over Navy 28-20 on Saturday night in an American Athletic Conference opener.
Navy has reinstated offensive coordinator Ivin Jasper in a reduced role after athletic director Chet Gladchuk fired the longtime assistant over the weekend.
— No matter the result, this was going to be a special day to play football for Air Force or Navy.
A handful of teams have already made statements before stepping on the field. Time to dress for success in Week 2.
— Freshman Rasheen Ali scored the first four touchdowns of his collegiate career as Marshall dominated Navy 49-7 in Charles Huff's debut as head coach on Saturday.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers waived former Navy cornerback Cameron Kinley, who was given a special exemption by Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin to delay his service so he could attend training camp.