College Football Scoreboard (Week 4)


# 3 Oregon 49
#22 Arizona State 0
(The Ducks’ first shutout in conference play since a 35-0 victory over Stanford on Oct. 25, 2003.)

#4 Florida State 49
#10 Clemson 37
(EJ Manuel threw for a career-high 380 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another 102 yards as fourth-ranked Florida State rallied from a two-touchdown deficit.)

#15 Kansas State 24
#6 Oklahoma 19
(John Hubert ran for 130 yards and a touchdown, Jarell Childs scooped up a fumble and returned it for a score.)

#5 Georgia 48
Vanderbilt 3
(Aaron Murray completed his first 12 passes.)


Tennessee 47
Akron 26
(Tyler Bray threw for 401 yards and four touchdowns and Rajion Neal rushed for a career-high 151 yards.)

#11 Notre Dame 13
#18 Michigan 6
(Manti Te’o had two interceptions as the 11th-ranked Fighting Irish picked off five Michigan passes and backup quarterback Tommy Rees sparked the Notre Dame offense.)

Texas A&M 70
South Carolina State 14
(Johnny Manziel threw for three touchdowns and ran for two more by halftime.)

Rutgers 35
Arkansas 26
(Gary Nova was 25 of 35 passing for a career-best 397 yards and five touchdowns.)

#23 Mississippi State 30
South Alabama 10
(Mississippi State (4-0) has won its first four games for the first time since 1999.)

#20 Louisville 28
Florida International 21
(Teddy Bridgewater passed for two touchdowns and ran for another score in the return to his home city, and No. 20 Louisville remained unbeaten.  Senorise Perry rushed for 74 yards for the Cardinals.)

#2 LSU 12
Auburn 10
(Sam Montgomery and the LSU defense delivered a first-quarter safety and shut out Auburn in the second half.)

North Carolina State 52
The Citadel 14
(Playing in his first career game, North Carolina State freshman Shadrach Thornton ran for 145 yards and two touchdowns.)

Duke 38
Memphis 14
(Sean Renfree threw for 314 yards and four touchdowns.)


#13 Southern Cal 27
California 9
(Matt Barkley passed for 192 yards and threw two touchdown passes to Marqise Lee.)

#1 Alabama 40
Florida Atlantic 7
(AJ McCarron threw three touchdown passes, including an early 85-yarder to Kenny Bell.)

North Carolina 27
East Carolina 6
(Gio Bernard scored two touchdowns in his return from a knee injury.)


#25 Nebraska 73
Idaho State 7
(Rex Burkhead, playing for the first time since he sprained his left knee in the opener, ran for 119 yards and two touchdowns.)

#21 Michigan State 23
Eastern Michigan 7
(Le’Veon Bell rushed for a career-high 253 yards and a touchdown.)


Oregon State 27
#19 UCLA 20
(Sean Mannion passed for a career-high 379 yards and two touchdowns, Storm Woods rushed for 96 yards and another score.)
#7 South Carolina 31
Missouri 10
(Connor Shaw completed his final 20 passes for 252 yards and two touchdowns.)

Miami 42
Georgia Tech 36
(Mike James scored untouched on a 25-yard run, moments after Miami stopped Georgia Tech quarterback Tevin Washington on fourth-and-inches on the first possession of overtime.)

Furman 31
Presbyterian 21
(Hank McCloud scored three rushing touchdowns — all in the first half for the Paladins’ first victory of the season.)

Wake Forest 49
Army 37
(Michael Campanaro scored a career-best three touchdowns, and Wake Forest’s defense came up with a key fourth-quarter stop.)

Ole Miss 39
Tulane 0
(Jeff Scott ran for two touchdowns and Mississippi piled up 304 yards rushing.)

Virginia Tech 37
Bowling Green 0
(Logan Thomas, who had been reluctant to run in the first three games, had key runs on three consecutive drives in the second quarter. Each ended with a touchdown.)

#17 TCU 27
Virginia 7
(Kenny Cain had two interceptions, returning one 40 yards to set up a field goal, and recovered a fumble after the first of Brandon Carter’s two one-handed grabs. The Horned Frogs stretched their FBS-best winning streak to 11 in a row.)

#16 Ohio State 29
UAB 15
(Braxton Miller ran for two touchdowns in the Buckeyes’ final tuneup before Big Ten play.)

#14 Florida 38
Kentucky 0
(Jeff Driskel accounted for two touchdowns; Florida extends its winning streak to 26 in the series.)

#8 West Virginia 31
Maryland 21
(Tavon Austin caught three touchdown passes in another remarkable game.)


#24 Boise State 7
Brigham Young 6
(A 36 yard scoring strike from Riley Nelson to Mike Atkinson turned out to be the difference in a game dominated by defenses and marred by turnovers and penalties.)