NCAA College Football Scoreboard

Auto Update: On

Now

Greg Ostendorf @GregO_ESPN

Who needs Chad Kelly? Ole Miss RB Jaylen Walton breaks free and goes 60 yards for the Rebels first TD of the season.

Chubb finds end zone again

Nick Chubb picked up right where he left off in 2014, scoring for the 10th consecutive game to give Georgia an early lead over Louisiana Monroe on the SEC Network.

Play0:10

Cardinal used to a fast start

With a field goal to start the game, it's the 7th straight season that Stanford scored on its opening drive of the season. It leads Northwestern in the first quarter. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

Payback for Paul Finebaum

SEC Nation's Paul Finebaum falls victim to a dunk tank at Fayetteville, Arkansas.

Play1:29

Stanford takes 3-0 lead

The 9 a.m. PT start didn't slow down Stanford, which got on the board first against Northwestern with this field goal.

Play0:13

Norfolk State off to fast start

The MEAC school used this 32-yard completion to move downfield quickly against Rutgers, eventually leading to a TD and a 7-0 lead.

Play0:30

College GameDay's savage signs

The wait is over. College GameDay returns on the first Saturday of the college football season, and the customarily clever and funny signs return with it. Best of Week 1

Courtesy Twitter/@CollegeGameDay

Watch: Tenn-Martin vs. (17) Ole Miss

Bad news for Tennessee Martin in its first-ever meeting with the Rebels: Seven starters return from an Ole Miss defense that led the nation in scoring defense last season (16.0 PPG) and finished second nationally in defensive efficiency. Live on SEC+/WatchESPN

AP Photo/Bob Levey

Corso's Pick: Wisconsin-Alabama

Another season has begun, and Lee Corso has put on his first headpiece of the year. But was it the Elephant or the Badger?

Play0:59

Georgia takes the field

The Bulldogs are ready for another season. You can catch them live on the SEC Network and WatchESPN.

Play0:52

Austin Ward ESPN Staff Writer 

Kyle Flood is, in fact, on the sideline with his Rutgers team this afternoon. The coach walked out arm-in-arm with the Scarlet Knights, looking just a little defiant.

Watch: La. Monroe vs. (9) Georgia

Georgia committed on 13 turnovers last season, fewest in the SEC. The Bulldogs' +16 turnover margin in 2014 led the SEC and was tied for fourth-best in FBS. That's the highest for the Bulldogs since 1982, when they finished the year at +22. Live on SEC Network/WatchESPN

Todd Kirkland/Icon Sportswire

Watch: (21) Stanford vs. Northwestern

Northwestern's Clayton Thorson better look out: Stanford was able to sack the QB 46 times last year. Since 2010, Stanford is the only FBS team to record at least 35 sacks every season, totaling 222 sacks in that time period, 25 more than any other team. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

Zach Bolinger/Icon Sportswire

Alex Scarborough ESPN Staff Writer 

Georgia RB Nick Chubb is must-see TV and the debut of QB Greyson Lambert is compelling. But there are more reasons to tune in to Georgia-Louisiana Monroe at the top of the hour. Sony Michel is a dynamic young running back who could prove to be a great change of pace to Chubb. And at receiver, watch Isaiah McKenzie and Terry Goodwin. Those two, along with Michel, could give Georgia the balance it needs offensively.

Watch: Richmond vs. Maryland

Maryland, who's chasing their third straight winning season, has won the last four meetings between the schools, but they haven’t played since 1977. Richmond last defeated the Terrapins in 1946. Live on ESPNU/WatchESPN

Tony Quinn/Icon Sportswire

Austin Ward ESPN Staff Writer 

Just before kickoff, Rutgers announced all five players arrested on Thursday have been dismissed from the program. A lot of drama for Kyle Flood and the Scarlet Knights heading into the opener.

Watch: Norfolk State vs. Rutgers

Despite being at the center of an NCAA rules violation, Rutgers coach Kyle Flood is on the sidelines, ready to lead his team against Norfolk State. Live on ESPNews/WatchESPN

AP Photo/John Raoux

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

The David Beaty era in Kansas kicks off at 12 p.m. ET against FCS opponent South Dakota State. This could be the only game the Jayhawks will be favored in all season. Then again, it could be a dogfight, too. The Jackrabbits advanced to the second round of the FCS playoffs last season before falling by a field goal to eventual national champ, North Dakota State.

Wisconsin, Alabama clash in Texas

Wisconsin coach Paul Chryst says: "It's going to take all 11 people on offense for us to run the ball well."

Play1:12

Josh Moyer ESPN Staff Writer 

I think Northwestern QB Clayton Thorson has a bright future - I picked him to win the B1G Freshman of the Year award - but going against Stanford in his first career start? Today's not going to be pretty ...