College Football Scoreboard

September 1, 2012

(MONDAY)

#16 Virginia Tech 20
Georgia Tech 17
(Cody Journell kicked a 41-yard field goal as time expired to force overtime, then made a 17-yard field goal in the extra period.)

(SUNDAY)

#25 Louisville 32
Kentucky 14
(Louisville out-gained Kentucky 466-373)

(SATURDAY)

#5 Oregon 57
Arkansas State 34
(Redshirt freshman quarterback Marcus Mariota made his first start in a real game, passing for 200 yards and three touchdowns.)

#4 Oklahoma 24
Texas – El Paso 7
(Landry Jones threw two touchdown passes and Damien Williams ran 65 yards for another score in the fourth quarter.)

#15 Texas 37
Wyoming 17
(Joe Bergeron and Malcolm Brown both rushed for more than 100 yards and combined for three touchdowns.)

#2 Alabama 41
#8 Michigan 14
(C.J. Mosley returned an interception 16 yards for a touchdown, while AJ McCarron threw two touchdowns as Alabama won its 11th consecutive season opener.)

#1 Southern Cal 49
Hawaii 10
(Marqise Lee caught 10 passes for 197 yards and returned a kickoff 100 yards for a score.)

#22 Kansas State 51
Missouri State 9
(Collin Klein threw a pair of second-half touchdown passes, John Hubert ran 95 yards for a fourth-quarter score and the Wildcats piled up 42 unanswered points.)

Mississippi State 56
Jackson State  9
(Tyler Russell completed 15 of 23 passes for 175 yards and two touchdowns.)

Duke 46
Florida International 26
(Sean Renfree threw for 290 yards and two touchdowns.)

 

Ole Miss 49
Central Arkansas 27
(Bo Wallace threw for 264 yards and two touchdowns.)

 

Missouri 62
Southeastern Louisiana 10
(Marcus Murphy scored on punt returns of 72 and 70 yards and Zaviar Gooden and Michael Sam fueled a lightning-fast start with early defensive touchdowns.)

#19 Oklahoma State 84
Savannah State 0
(Freshman Wes Lunt completed all 11 of his passes in a brief first outing as the new starting quarterback for OSU.)

#14 Clemson 26
Auburn 19
(DeAndre Hopkins set a school record with 13 receptions, filling the void left by star receiver Sammy Watkins, and Andre Ellington rushed for 231 yards.)

#10 Arkansas 49
Jacksonville State 24
(Tyler Wilson set the school record for yards passing in a season opener, finishing 19 of 27 passing for 367 yards and three touchdowns.)

#3 LSU 41
North Texas 14
(Kenny Hilliard rushed for 141 yards and two touchdowns.)

 

Wake Forest 20
Liberty 17
(Redshirt freshman Deandre Martin scored the go-ahead touchdown in the fourth quarter on a 2-yard run.)

#7 Florida State 69
Murray State 3
(Lonnie Pryor, James Wilder Jr., and Debrale Smiley combined for seven rushing touchdowns.)

Samford 24
Furman 21
(Cameron Yaw’s 27-yard field goal with 37 seconds left helped lead Samford past Furman.)

 

Miami 41
Boston College 32
(Freshman Duke Johnson broke two long touchdown runs, rushing for 135 yards.)

#23 Florida 27
Bowling Green 14
(Mike Gillislee had a career-high 148 yards rushing and two touchdowns.)

 

#17 Nebraska 49
Southern Miss 20
(Taylor Martinez threw for a career-high 354 yards and matched his high with five touchdown passes.)

#12 Wisconsin 26
Northern Iowa 21
(Montee Ball rushed for 120 yards and a touchdown, and No. 12 Wisconsin needed a big defensive play to survive a fourth-quarter scare from Northern Iowa.)

Virginia 43
Richmond 19
(Michael Rocco threw for 311 yards and a touchdown.)

 

Maryland 7
William and Mary 6
(Justus Pickett ran for a 6-yard touchdown with 9:52 left in the fourth quarter, and Brad Craddock added the tie-breaking extra point.)

North Carolina 62
Elon 0
(Gio Bernard had three first-half touchdowns and North Carolina had its biggest scoring day in 17 years in the debut of new coach Larry Fedora.)

#6 Georgia 45
Buffalo 23
(Freshman tailback Todd Gurley ran for three touchdowns, Aaron Murray threw three scoring passes.)

#11 West Virginia 69
Marshall 34
(Geno Smith threw for 323 yards and four touchdowns in the Mountaineers’ highest-scoring season opener in school history.)

#18 Ohio State 56
Miami (OH) 10
(Braxton Miller rushed for 161 yards, a record for an Ohio State quarterback, and threw for two scores.)

(FRIDAY)

#13 Michigan State 17
#24 Boise State 13
(Le’Veon Bell ran for a career-high 210 yards and two touchdowns, including the game-winner with 8:12 remaining.)

Tennessee 35
North Carolina State 21
(Cordarrelle Patterson scored two first-quarter touchdowns — one a 41-yard catch, the second a 67-yard run.)

(THURSDAY)

#9 South Carolina 17
Vanderbilt 13
(Marcus Lattimore ran for two touchdowns and 110 yards in his first game back after tearing his left ACL, and Connor Shaw ran for 92 yards while playing the second half with an injured shoulder.)

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