College Football Scoreboard (Week 3)

September 15, 2012
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SCOREBOARD

#24 Arizona 56
South Carolina State 0
(Matt Scott threw for 288 yards and three touchdowns on 30-of-36 passing, and added a 10-yard scoring run.)

#22 UCLA 37
Houston 6
(Redshirt freshman Brett Hundley passed for 320 yards and two touchdowns.)

Utah 24
#25 Brigham Young 21
(Utah defensive tackle Star Lotulelei blocked Justin Sorensen’s 51-yard field goal attempt with 1 second remaining after the officials put time back on the clock following a third-down incompletion.)

#14 Texas 66
Ole Miss 31

(David Ash threw for a career-high 326 yards and four touchdowns.)

 

#20 Notre Dame 20
#10 Michigan State 3
(Everette Golson threw a touchdown pass and ran for a score in the first half.)

#3 LSU 63
Idaho 14
(Tigers safety Ronald Martin and defensive end Lavar Edwards each snagged deflected passes and returned them for scores.)

#7 Georgia 56
Florida Atlantic 20
(Aaron Murray passed for a career-best 342 yards and accounted for four touchdowns — two passing, two rushing.)

#21 Stanford 21
#2 Southern Cal 14
(Josh Nunes threw a go-ahead 37-yard touchdown to Zach Ertz, Stepfan Taylor ran for 153 yards and scored two touchdowns. ┬áIt’s Stanford’s fourth-straight win in the series.)

Mississippi State 30
Troy 24
(Tyler Russell and Chad Bumphis hooked up on touchdown passes of 72, 58 and 25 yards.)

Duke 54
North Carolina Central 17
(Sean Renfree passed for 274 yards and three touchdowns.)

 

Missouri 24
Arizona State 20
(Corbin Berkstresser ran for a score in his first career start at quarterback in place of injured James Franklin, and Missouri’s defense forced four turnovers.)

Western Kentucky 32
Kentucky 31
(The overtime defeat ended a 19-game winning streak for Kentucky over opponents from outside Bowl Championship Series conferences, dating back to a 28-16 loss to Ohio on Oct. 2, 2004.)

#15 Kansas State 35
North Texas 21
(Tyler Locket returned a kick 96 yards for a score.)

 

#8 South Carolina 49
UAB 6
(The Gamecocks (3-0) rolled up 501 yards and scored 35 points after starting QB Connor Shaw left late in the second quarter after taking a brutal hit to his throwing shoulder at the same spot it was hurt in the season opener against Vanderbilt.)

North Carolina State 31
South Alabama 7
(Mike Glennon threw three touchdown passes.)

 

#18 Florida 37
#23 Tennessee 20
(Jeff Driskel threw two touchdown passes and Trey Burton ran for a pair of scores as No. 18 Florida scored the game’s final 24 points.)

#9 West Virginia 42
James Madison 12
(Geno Smith set the school record for career yards passing, and Stedman Bailey and Tavon Austin both had 100 yards receiving before halftime for the No. 9 Mountaineers (2-0), who improved to 13-0 all time against FCS schools.)

Texas A&M 48
Southern Methodist 3
(Quarterback Johnny Manziel accounted for 418 total yards and six touchdowns in three quarters.)
Northwestern 22
Boston College 13
(Mike Trumpy ran for 106 yards with a late touchdown.)

 

Georgia Tech 56
Virginia 20
(Tevin Washington ran for three touchdowns and threw a 70-yard scoring pass to Zach Laskey on Georgia Tech’s first snap, setting up an early barrage of big plays.)

#19 Louisville 39
North Carolina 34
(Leading 36-7 at halftime behind quarterback Teddy Bridgewater and up by 25 early in the fourth quarter, Louisville survived a 20-point rally by UNC quarterback Bryn Renner, who passed for five touchdowns and just saw a sixth go off Andrew Johnson’s fingertips.)

#17 Michigan 63
Massachusetts 13
(Denard Robinson put up 397 yards of total offense and accounted for four touchdowns in limited duty.)

#1 Alabama 52
Arkansas 0
(Eddie Lacy ran for three touchdowns, and Alabama (3-0, 1-0 Southeastern Conference) forced five turnovers in the school’s 21st straight win to open conference play.)

#11 Clemson 41
Furman 7
(Sammy Watkins had a 58-yard touchdown run. It was Watkins’ first rushing touchdown and came just three touches into his sophomore debut.)

#4 Oregon 63
Tennessee Tech 14
(Redshirt freshman quarterback Marcus Mariota threw for 308 yards and four touchdowns before the starters were pulled. Multitalented De’Anthony Thomas had 222 all-purpose yards on 10 touches. He ran for a 59-yard touchdown and caught a 16-yard scoring pass from Mariota.)

Vanderbilt 58
Presbyterian 0
(Zac Stacy rushed for 174 yards and a touchdown on eight carries in the Commodores’ first win of the season.)

Connecticut 24
Maryland 21
(Lyle McCombs and Scott McCummings both ran for touchdowns, and Nick Williams returned a punt for another score.)

Auburn 31
Louisiana-Monroe 28
(Cody Parkey hit a 35-yard field goal in overtime.)

 

Miami 38
Bethune-Cookman 10
(Duke Johnson finished with four touchdowns, scoring them three different ways.)

#16 TCU 20
Kansas 6
(Casey Pachall threw for 335 yards and two touchdowns, both of them to Brandon Carter.)

Pittsburgh 35
#13 Virginia Tech 17
(Pittsburgh running back Ray Graham ran for 94 yards and two scores and added an 18-yard touchdown reception.)

#12 Ohio State 35
California 28
(Braxton Miller lofted a 72-yard touchdown pass to an all-alone Devin Smith with 3:26 left and Christian Bryant snuffed out California’s last chance with an interception.)

#5 Florida State 52
Wake Forest 0
(Chris Thompson scored on runs of 74 and 80 yards on successive first-half carries.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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