College Football Scoreboard (Week Two)



#25 Stanford 50
Duke 13
(Drew Terrell returned a punt 75 yards for a score and caught a 19-yard touchdown pass; Ed Reynolds took one of his two interceptions for another touchdown.)

Arizona 59
#18 Oklahoma State 38
(Ka’Deem Carey scored four touchdowns, Matt Scott threw for 320 yards and two scores, and the Wildcats pulled away in the fourth quarter.)

Northwestern 23
Vanderbilt 13
(Venric Mark ran for 123 yards and a late touchdown; Tyler Scott forced a key fumble.)

#17 Texas 45
New Mexico 0
(Texas quarterback David Ash scored on a 49-yard touchdown run and had receivers turn short throws into two more scores.)

#7 Georgia 41
Missouri 20
(Aaron Murray hit Marlon Brown for two of his three touchdown passes, the second for the go-ahead score as the #7 Bulldogs score 32 second-half points in the Tigers SEC debut.)

Kentucky 47
Kent State 14
(Maxwell Smith had a career-best 354 yards passing and four touchdowns and Raymond Sanders added a career-high 115 yards rushing; the Wildcats win their 7th-straight home opener.)

#16 Nebraska 30
(Brett Hundley passed for 305 yards and four touchdowns in an outstanding Rose Bowl debut; Datone Jones sacked Taylor Martinez for a tiebreaking safety with 8:44 to play.)

Louisiana-Monroe 34
#8 Arkansas 31
(Kolton Browning’s 16-yard touchdown run on fourth-and-one lifted the Warhawks to the overtime win.)

Ole Miss 28
(Bo Wallace threw for three touchdown passes and ran for another as Mississippi improves to 2-0 for only the second time in 10 seasons.)

Georgia Tech 59
Presbyterian 3
(Vad Lee ran and passed for touchdowns in his debut; Zach Laskey ran for 116 yards and a touchdown in his first start.)

#20 TCU 56
Grambling State 0
(Casey Pachall threw three touchdown passes, two to Josh Boyce, after the Frogs had already scored on special teams and defense.  TCU coach Gary Patterson becomes the winningest coach in school history.)

#5 Oklahoma 69
Florida A&M 13
(Damien Williams ran for 156 yards and four touchdowns in a record-setting Owen Field debut; Kenny Stills added 120 yards receiving and a score.)

#3 LSU 41
Washington 3
(Alfred Blue rushed for 101 yards, including a 21-yard score, and No. 3 LSU racked up 242 yards on the ground.)

#4 Oregon 42
Fresno State 25
(Kenjon Barner ran for 201 yards and three touchdowns.)


#6 Florida State 55
Savannah State 0
(The game was called midway through the third quarter because of lightning and thunderstorms in the Tallahassee area.)

Coastal Carolina 47
Furman 45
(The Chanticleers win in 3 overtimes.)


Tennessee 51
Georgia State 13
(Justin Hunter tied a school single-game record Saturday by catching three of Tyler Bray’s four touchdown passes.)

Oregon State 10
#13 Wisconsin 7
(Sean Mannion threw for 276 yards and a touchdown; Oregon State’s defense smothered Wisconsin’s star running back Montee Ball in the Beavers’ upset win.)

#24 Florida 20
Texas A&M 17
(Mike Gillislee ran for 83 yards and two touchdowns for the Gators.  It was the Aggies’ first Southeastern Conference game after moving from the Big 12.)

#23 Louisville 35
Missouri State 7
(Terry Bridgewater completed 30 of 39 passes for a career-high 344 yards and touchdowns to tight ends Nate Nord and Ryan Hubbell.)

#22 Notre Dame 20
Purdue 17
(Returning from a one-game suspension as a second stringer, former starting quarterback Tommy Rees got one chance and produced a last-minute drive that led to a 20-17 victory over the Boilermakers.)

#19 Michigan 31
Air Force 25
(Denard Robinson was spectacular, accounting for 426 yards of offense and four touchdowns.)

#11 Michigan State 41
Central Michigan 7
(For a second straight week, Michigan State held an opponent without an offensive touchdown.)

#2 Southern Cal 42
Syracuse 29
(Matt Barkley matched a school record with six touchdown passes, and Robert Woods was spectacular with 200 all-purpose yards and two scores.)

#1 Alabama 35
Western Kentucky 0
(AJ McCarron threw four touchdown passes and Alabama’s defense forced the same number of turnovers.)

Wake Forest 28
North Carolina 27
(Tanner Price scored on a 1-yard sneak with 2:09 left.)


#15 Virginia Tech 42
Austin Peay 7
(Logan Thomas threw for 212 yards and two touchdowns.)


Boston College 34
Maine 3
(Chase Rettig threw three touchdown passes, and Spiffy Evans caught one score and ran a punt back 82 yards.)

#12 Clemson 52
Ball State 27
(DeAndre Hopkins caught three touchdown passes; Andre Ellington rushed for two scores and punter Spencer Benton kicked a 61-yard field goal to break an Atlantic Coast Conference record.)

#9 South Carolina 48
East Carolina 10
(Backup quarterback Dylan Thompson threw for 330 yards and three touchdowns.)


Mississippi State 28
Auburn 10
(Tyler Russell threw for 222 yards and three touchdowns; Marcus Green caught two touchdown passes.)

Virginia 17
Penn State 16
(Cavaliers quarterback Michael Rocco hit Jake McGee on a 6-yard touchdown pass with 1:28 to play, and Penn State kicker Sam Ficken then missed his fourth field goal of the game — from 42 yards.)

Maryland 36
Temple 27
(Perry Hills threw two touchdowns and ran for one.)


North Carolina State 10
Connecticut 7
(Mike Glennon threw a 46-yard third-quarter touchdown to receiver Bryan Underwood.)

#21 Kansas State 52
Miami 13
(Collin Klein was nearly perfect through the air on Saturday, throwing for 210 yards and a touchdown and adding 71 yards and three more scores on the ground.)
#14 Ohio State 31
Central Florida 16
(Braxton Miller became the first Ohio State quarterback to rush for three touchdowns in 34 years and he passed for another score.)