College Football Scoreboard

SATURDAY (10/27)

Washington 20
#7 Oregon State 17
(Bishop Sankey ran for 92 yards and two touchdowns, Travis Coons kicked a 30-yard field goal with 1:20 left and Washington took advantage of four interceptions from Oregon State’s Sean Mannion.)

#1 Alabama 38
#11 Mississippi State 7
(AJ McCarron passed for 208 yards and two touchdowns, and the top-ranked Crimson Tide reached the end zone on its first three possessions.)

Nebraska 23
#22 Michigan 9
(Ameer Abdullah ran for 101 yards and a touchdown, and Nebraska’s defense dominated after Denard Robinson left with an injury late in the first half.)

#5 Notre Dame 30
#8 Oklahoma 13
(Everett Golson threw for 177 yards and plunged in for the decisive 1-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter, Manti Te’o bolstered his Heisman Trophy candidacy with a late interception.)

Vanderbilt 49
Massachusetts 7
(Jordan Rodgers threw for 217 yards and two touchdowns and ran for a score.)

#20 Texas A&M 63
Auburn 21
(Johnny Manziel ran for three touchdowns and passed for two more — all in a little more than a half — and Texas A&M.)

#17 Stanford 24
Washington State 17
(Ed Reynolds returned an interception for a touchdown, and Stanford (No. 17 BCS, No. 19 AP) sacked Jeff Tuel 10 times.)

Michigan State 16
#25 Wisconsin 13
(Andrew Maxwell threw a 12-yard touchdown pass to Bennie Fowler in overtime, snapping Wisconsin’s 21-game home winning streak.)

Miami of Ohio 23
#24 Ohio 20
(Tyler Tettleton lost track of his team’s timeouts and held onto the ball too long, getting sacked to preserve Miami of Ohio’s 23-20 upset of its Mid-American Conference rival.)

#21 Boise State 45
Wyoming 14
(D.J. Harper rushed for 105 yards and two touchdowns.)


Kent State 35
#15 Rutgers 23
(Kent State (7-1) had been 0-22 against ranked teams, and this certainly was its biggest win since it started playing football in 1920. The six-game winning streak is its longest since 1940.)

#12 Florida State 48
Duke 7
(EJ Manuel tossed two touchdown passes and Devonta Freeman ran for two more scores, while kicker Dustin Hopkins became the ACC’s career leader when he drilled his 81st field goal to eclipse former Maryland kicker Nick Novak’s mark. Hopkins did it in style with a career-best 56-yard kick, seconds after he had made a 51-yard try that was nullified by a delay of game penalty.)

Arizona 39
#9 Southern Cal 36
(The fifth-year senior Matt Scott ran for 100 yards and got Arizona’s comeback started with a 10-yard touchdown run late in the third quarter. He threw for 369 yards, 259 of that on 10 catches by Austin Hill, and finished 27-for-50 passing.)

#3 Kansas State 55
#14 Texas Tech 24
(Collin Klein threw for 233 yards and two touchdowns, and had 83 yards and two more scores on the ground, bolstering his Heisman Trophy credentials. Arthur Brown returned an interception for a touchdown, John Hubert added two TDs rushing and Angelo Pease also scored for the Wildcats.)

#10 Georgia 17
#2 Florida 9
(Bulldogs forced 6 Gator turnovers in the annual showdown in Jacksonville.)


Brigham Young 41
Georgia Tech 17
(Jamaal Williams scored four touchdowns, quarterback Riley Nelson accounted for two TDs, and Brigham Young snapped a two-game losing streak.)

#4 Oregon 70
Colorado 14
(Kenjon Barner rushed for 104 yards and two touchdowns, while De’Anthony Thomas rushed for another score and added a 73-yard punt return for a touchdown.)

North Carolina 43
North Carolina State 35
(Giovani Bernard returned a punt 74 yards for the go-ahead touchdown with 13 seconds left, helping North Carolina end a five-year losing streak in the series.)

Boston College 20
Maryland 17
(Chase Rettig completed a 14-yard touchdown pass to Johnathan Coleman with 52 seconds left.)

Ole Miss 30
Arkansas 27
(Bryson Rose kicked a 31-yard field goal as time expired.)


Missouri 33
Kentucky 10
(Missouri got touchdowns off all three of Kentucky’s lost fumbles and quarterback James Franklin presided over a strong finish in a reserve role coming off a knee injury as the Tigers earned a long-delayed first win in their debut SEC season.)

#23 Texas 21
Kansas 17
(Case McCoy hit D.J. Grant with a 1-yard touchdown pass with 12 seconds to play, capping a 70-yard drive in the final 2 minutes.)

#13 South Carolina 38
Tennessee 35
(Connor Shaw threw three touchdowns and ran for another score, and South Carolina (No. 13 BCS, No. 17 AP) overcame the loss of tailback Marcus Lattimore.)

FRIDAY (10/26)

#16 Louisville 34
Cincinnati 31
(Teddy Bridgewater and Louisville trailed by 10 on two different occasions and rallied each time.)

THURSDAY (10/25)

#18 Clemson 42
Wake Forest 13
(Tajh Boyd threw for a school-record 428 yards with five touchdown passes, Sammy Watkins added a school-record 202 yards receiving.)