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Still the dog days of summer in Athens

The most popular Bulldog in Georgia? It's not Nick Chubb. It's Uga IX, the mascot who everyone wants to take a picture with.

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Rettig doing it with arm, feet

Hayden Rettig threw a TD earlier, and now he has one on the ground, giving Rutgers a 14-7 lead over Norfolk State on ESPNEWS.

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Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

South Dakota State up 24-7, and nothing fluky about it. Jacks winning the line of scrimmage, receivers getting open with ease. With little offense to counter, Kansas on the verge of getting blown out. David Beaty may need to consider giving one of his true freshman QBs a shot (Ryan Willis or Carter Stanley)

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Mobility at QB and high 3rd down conversion % critical for Northwestern offense. Clayton Thorson provided both right there, plus an explosive play for an offense that had among the fewest in college football last season. Encouraging sign for Wildcats.

Alex Scarborough ESPN Staff Writer 

A nice moment for Georgia RB Keith Marshall, running in that touchdown. Once a breakout freshman, he's played in just eight games the last two seasons because of injuries. If he can stay healthy, you're looking at a terrific trio of backs with Nick Chubb, Sony Michel and Marshall.

Greg Ostendorf ESPN Staff Writer 

All three Ole Miss QBs have played in the first quarter and all three have been in for a touchdown. Chad Kelly threw a gorgeous deep ball to Markell Pack. Ryan Buchanan threw a strike to Quincy Adeboyejo. And DeVante Kincade handed off to Jaylen Walton on a short TD run. It's been a quarter, but Kelly has impressed the most.

Georgia spreading the love

Keith Marshall became the third different Bulldog to score today, running in to give No. 9 Georgia a 21-0 lead over Louisiana Monroe on SEC Network.

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Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

True freshman QB Josh Rosen will make his much-anticipated debut at the Rose Bowl as No. 13 UCLA hosts Virginia at 3:30 pm, ET. He will be the first true freshman to start at QB in school history. The Bruins beat the Cavaliers 28-20 in Charlottesville last year.

Mike Williams injured on TD catch

Clemson WR Mike Williams hauled in this four-yard TD pass, but was hurt when he collided with the goal post and had to be carted off.

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Buchanan throws first career TD

Three Ole Miss QBs have played already, and Ryan Buchanan joined the TD party with this 15-yard pass to Quincy Adeboyejo, giving the Rebels a 27-0 lead. Watch live on SEC+.

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Josh Moyer ESPN Staff Writer 

Maryland QB Perry Hills hasn't looked great early in his first start since 2012. Outside of a shovel pass (that, for all intents and purposes, was a run), Hills is now 1-of-5 for 13 yards and an INT. Needs to pick it up in the 2nd quarter.

Clemson's Williams injured

Clemson WR Mike Williams, while trying to catch a pass in the end zone, collided with the goal post and was injured on the play. Williams had 1,030 receiving yards and 6 TDs last season. Live on ESPN3

Jaylen Walton matches career high

Walton already has a pair of rush TDs for Ole Miss this afternoon, matching his career high (done twice in 2013). He didn't have a single game last year with multiple rush TDs. Live on SEC+/WatchESPN

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Mike Williams hit the padding on the East end zone goal post, medical team attending to him. Tigers have 2nd & G when we return to action.

Ole Miss having no problems

Chad Kelly connected with Markell Pack for a 56-yard TD, giving the No. 17 Rebels a 20-0 lead over Tennessee-Martin on SEC Network Plus.

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Hills is alive for Maryland

Making his first start since 2012, Perry Hills hooked up with Levern Jacobs to give Maryland a 10-0 lead over Richmond on ESPNU.

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No. 12 Clemson enters the field

Howard's Rock has been rubbed and the 12th-ranked Tigers are ready to go vs. Wofford. You can catch the action on WatchESPN.

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Greg Ostendorf ESPN Staff Writer 

Laquon Treadwell is back. The Ole Miss wide receiver catches two passes, 11 yards each, to set up a 4-yard touchdown run from Jaylen Walton. Treadwell looked like his old self, too, making guys miss and picking up yards after the catch.

Walton making end zone his home

Jaylen Walton scored again, though this one was only 4 yards. Ole Miss is up two TDs already.

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