-- Did you overdo it in Kickoff Week, and now you have to mow the lawn or play with the kids? Well, have yourself a nice little Saturday (without college football), we're here for you.
Well, you might have missed some of the Saturday action, but it's your lucky game day. Here's everything you need to know.
Play of the year of the day
Quote of the day
Watt records first sack
Venmo Money, Venmo Problems
Here's everything you need to know about one of the best signs in recent GameDay memory.
Peyton takes in Battle at Bristol
What do you do after an 18-year NFL career ends with a Super Bowl win? You watch your alma mater play a football game at a racetrack. Former Tennessee Volunteer Peyton Manning heard it from the Vols fans when he was introduced to the massive crowd at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Noon game awards
Noon Heisman: Central Michigan's Cooper Rush. He was 30-of-42 for 361 yards and four TDs, and that play that will be talked about all weekend.
The runner-up: In a losing effort to Pitt, Penn State's Saquon Barkley accounted for 130 total yards and five TDs.
Let's pause for some stats
* Courtesy of ESPN Stats & Info
You were so close
Clemson's Ray-Ray McCloud thought he was cruising for a 74-yard punt return TD before nonchalantly dropping the ball. One problem. ... He had not crossed the goal line. Troy recovered the fumble. The gaffe keeps the game close at halftime.
From ESPN Stats & Info: Clemson has scored 13 or fewer points in the first half in each of its first two games this year. The Tigers had two such games all of last season.
McCloud also joined an impressive, if infamous, fraternity of premature fumblers.
Just don't kick it anymore
It hasn't been been a good day for UCF's special teams. Michigan has blocked two punts and a field goal in the first quarter.
From ESPN Stats & Info: Michigan is the third FBS team in the last 10 years to block three kicks in one quarter, joining Washington State in 2012 and North Carolina in 2008.
Smokey makes an appearance
Fire at will!
At West Point, cadets can study the history of military art. Hopefully there's a chapter where you learn about this awesome T-shirt tank!
We welcome our robot hound and HokieBird overlords
It won't be long before Skynet comes online. Don't be fooled by these friendly looking robots.
The scene at Bristol
The Battle at Bristol looks to be the most unique college football game in history. And it probably will have close to 150,000 fans in attendance. Here's some of the best from Bristol:
Hey! What are you wearing?
A little history lesson: The U.S. Air Force's shark tooth design first appeared on fighter planes in World War II. It has been part of different war planes ever since. In honor of that, the Air Force Academy will wear its "Legacy Series" helmet with the shark on either side. Here's the best of Week 2's uniforms .