College Football Scoreboard (Week 7)

SATURDAY (10/13)

#22 Texas A&M 59
#23 Louisiana Tech 57
(Johnny Manziel accounted for six touchdowns, including two to fend off a late rally.)

#19 Mississippi State 41
Tennessee 31
(Junior quarterback Tyler Russell threw for a career-high 291 yards and two touchdowns, including a 9-yard pass to Malcolm Johnson to seal the victory with nine seconds remaining, and No. 19 Mississippi State beat Tennessee 41-31 on Saturday night.)

#8 Ohio State 52
Indiana 49
(After rushing for 149 yards, scoring on a 67-yard run and throwing TD passes of 60 and 46 yards, Braxton Miller sat helplessly on the sideline waiting for Corey Brown — or anybody else — to pounce on a bouncing onside kick that finally sealed a wacky 52-49 win.)

#9 LSU 23
#3 South Carolina 21
(Jeremy Hill highlighted a 124-yard, two-touchdown performance with a 50-yard scoring run.)

Arkansas 49
Kentucky 7
(Tyler Wilson was 23-of-31 passing for 372 yards and a career-high five touchdowns in a game shortened by severe weather.)

#21 Cincinnati 49
Fordham 17
(Munchie Legaux passed for two scores and ran for another and 21st-ranked Cincinnati scored on every second-half possession.)

#11 Southern Cal 24
Washington 14
(Anthony Brown blocked a punt and returned it 21 yards for a touchdown, and Jawanza Starling forced a key fourth-quarter fumble.)

#4 Florida 31
Vanderbilt 17
(Jeff Driskel ran for 177 yards and three touchdowns.  Driskel ran only 11 times, and the sophomore set the Florida record for yards rushing by a quarterback, topping Tebow’s 166 yards against Mississippi in 2007 on 27 carries.)

#12 Florida State 51
Boston College 7
(EJ Manuel threw for a career-high 439 yards and four touchdowns and kicker Dustin Hopkins became the Atlantic Coast Conference’s career scoring leader.)

#25 Michigan 45
Illinois 0
(Denard Robinson threw two touchdown passes and ran for two scores.)


#24 Boise State 20
Fresno State 10
(The Broncos rushed for 215 yards and the defense forced two turnovers, notched three sacks and didn’t allow a touchdown until the final minutes.)

#10 Oregon State 42
BYU 24
(Backup-turned-starter Cody Vaz passed for three touchdowns and 332 yards against a defense rated fifth in the nation.)

#7 Notre Dame 20
#17 Stanford 13
(A wall of Notre Dame defenders stopped Stepfan Taylor inches from the end zone on fourth down in overtimel on a soggy Saturday in South Bend.)
Texas Tech 49
#5 West Virginia 14
(Set Doege led Texas Tech’s offense while the Red Raiders’ defense shut down Heisman Trophy hopeful Geno Smith.)

#1 Alabama 42
Missouri 10
(Eddie Lacy and T.J. Yeldon gave Alabama a pair of 100-yard rushers in the same game for the first time this season and the duo combined for five scores  in a soggy, lightning-delayed game.)

Maryland 27
Virginia 20
(Stefon Diggs returned the opening kickoff 100 yards for a touchdown and fellow freshman Perry Hills threw for one TD and ran for another in extending the Cavaliers’ losing streak to five.)

North Carolina 18
Miami 14
(Giovani Bernard ran for 177 yards and two touchdowns in handing the Hurricanes their first Atlantic Coast Conference loss.)

Virginia Tech 41
Duke 20
(Logan Thomas threw two touchdown passes, freshman J.C. Coleman ran for 183 yards and two long touchdowns.)

Ole Miss 41
Auburn 20
(Quarterback Bo Wallace accounted for four touchdowns, including one receiving, as Mississippi snapped a 16-game Southeastern Conference losing streak.)

#20 Rutgers 23
Syracuse 15
(After blocking a field goal, an extra point and forcing a game-ending fumble in a double-overtime win a year ago, Jamal Merrell stuck it to the Orange again Saturday, blocking a field goal to set up a go-ahead 75-yard touchdown return by Duron Harmon early in the second half.)

#13 Oklahoma 63
#15 Texas 21
(Damien Williams broke off a 95-yard touchdown run for the longest rush in the rivalry’s history, Blake Bell powered his way in for four TDs.)

#6 Kansas State 21
Iowa State 21
(Collin Klein ran for 105 yards and three touchdowns for a fifth straight win over the Cyclones.)

#18 Louisville 45
Pittsburgh 35
(Teddy Bridgewater hit DeVante Parker for a 75-yard touchdown pass on the first play of the second half.  It’s Louisville’s best start since 2006)