College football scores, schedule, NCAA top 25 rankings, games today: No. 3 Oregon takes on Washington State

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College football scores, schedule, NCAA top 25 rankings, games today: No. 3 Oregon takes on Washington State

Season Leaders

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J. de Laura


1973 YD, 17 TDS, 7 INTS


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J. de Laura


1973 YD, 17 TDS, 7 INTS


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A. Brown


1895 YD, 11 TDS, 4 INTS


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A. Brown


1895 YD, 11 TDS, 4 INTS


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M. Borghi


112 ATT, 571 YD, 8 TDS


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M. Borghi


112 ATT, 571 YD, 8 TDS


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T. Dye


134 ATT, 820 YD, 11 TDS


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T. Dye


134 ATT, 820 YD, 11 TDS


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C. Jackson Jr.


49 REC, 667 YD, 5 TDS


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C. Jackson Jr.


49 REC, 667 YD, 5 TDS


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D. Williams


20 REC, 322 YD, 2 TDS


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D. Williams


20 REC, 322 YD, 2 TDS


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Ducks in command

Oregon has taken a 31-17 lead on Washington State with 5:52 remaining, courtesy of a 27-yard TD run from Byron Cardwell. He and Anthony Brown have helped out Travis Dye in the run game tonight as Dye continues to shoulder a heavy load with C.J. Verdell out. Looks like the Ducks are going to survive, but you can never count out this Washington State team.

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Favorites leading

Both Oregon and San Diego State are leading late in the third quarter, but Nevada just cut the Aztecs’ advantage to 17-14 with Carson Strong finding Romeo Doubs for a 5-yard TD. Strong is having an efficient night, but the Wolfpack are struggling to run it. Oregon just settled for a 22-yard field goal t the end of a 91-yard drive. Big stand for the Washington State defense.

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Resurgent Wazzou

Washington State is nothing if not resilient. That’s theme going back to the offseason with de Laura, now in recent weeks with the Rolovich saga. Now, tonight, they fall behind 14-0 on the road against the No. 3 team and claw back to tie it at 14 at halftime. Cougs outgain the Ducks 233-157 in total yards at the half. In Mountain West action, No. 22 SDSU leads Nevada 10-7 at the break in a battle of defense vs. offense. So far, it’s the Aztecs winning that duel.

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Late game update

Washington State takes advantage of the Oregon fumble and scores to cut the deficit to 14-7 late in the first half. Big swing for the Cougars, who went fumble, punt, interception, punt, punt to start things offensively. Ducks having a lot of success on the ground early. In big-time Mountain West action, No. 22 San Diego State leads Nevada 10-7 late in the first half. The night is young!

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Wake does it

Final: No. 12 Wake Forest 45, No. 16 NC State 42

The Demon Deacons retain control of the ACC Atlantic with a thrilling 45-42 win over NC State to set up a showdown with Clemson next week that will have major implications. Remember, Wake’s loss against UNC last week doesn’t count in the league standings, so they essentially have a two-game lead at this point and would clinch the division with a win over the Tigers or against BC in the regular season finale. Incredible bounce-back performance for Dave Clawson’s squad on a night when the Wolfpack defense gave Sam Hartman fits.

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Absolute stunner

Final: Kansas 57, Texas 56 (OT)

Kansas stuns Texas in Austin. That’s five straight losses for the Longhorns — first time that’s happened since 1956. Texas will have to beat WVU and K-State to reach bowl eligibility. What a nightmare for first-year coach Steve Sarkisian. What an accomplishment for KU’s first-year man Lance Leipold. Give that man a raise! The Jayhawks do it by going for two in the first OT. Just an unreal victory for a 30.5 point underdog. Jalon Daniels found Jared Casey for the conversion after getting flushed from the pocket. It looked bleak, but he found a way.

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Overtime in Austin

What a wild finish, as it appeared Kansas had it locked up. But the Longhorns get it back in the final minute after keeping KU from getting a game-clinching first down. So we go to OT with the Longhorns trying to avoid losing five straight for the first time since 1956.

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Arkansas tops LSU in overtime

Final: No. 25 Arkansas 16, LSU 13

Cam Little hit a 37-yard field goal in the bottom half of the first overtime to give Sam Pittman’s Razorbacks the win in Death Valley. Little got the chance for the game-winner thanks to LSU quarterback Montaric Brown’s interception of Garrett Nussmeier on the goal line in the top of the first frame. 

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Ole Miss tops Texas A&M

Final: No. 16 Ole Miss 29, No. 11 Texas A&M 19

Ole Miss kept its faint SEC West title hopes alive at home in a big win over an Aggies squad that couldn’t get things rolling on offense. The Aggies managed just 378 yards and the defense allowed the Rebels to run 93 plays in a game that will have a big say on the race for a New Year’s Six bowl. The dagger came late in the fourth quarter when A.J. Finley picked off Zach Calzada with the Rebles up 22-13, and took it to the house. If Ole Miss wins out and Alabama loses to Arkansas and Auburn, the Rebels will take home the SEC West crown for the first time ever. 

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NC State/Wake in a good one

Early 4Q: No. 12 Wake Forest 31, No. 16 NC State 27

This game has been a nightmare for Sam Hartman, but the Demon Deacons are clinging to the lead. He’s thrown three picks and is just 15 of 40, showcasing how fierce this NC State defense remains in spite of some big injuries.

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Don’t get it twisted

Final: No. 9 Notre Dame 28, Virginia 3

This was a nice win for the Fighting Irish, but don’t take it at face value. The 5.5 point spread probably should have been like 15.5 in hindsight, due to the absence of Brennan Armstrong. Still, the Irish are in position to move up in the CFP rankings due to the loss of Oklahoma. They won this game easily, but it wasn’t the challenge it would have been with Armstrong playing. The Irish are wins vs. Georgia Tech and Stanford away from finishing 11-1 with the lone loss against a top-10 Cincinnati team. Wonder if this season will prompt the Irish to throw their weight around in the CFP expansion conversation, because there’s no way their middling SOS should get them into a four-team field this year.

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Oklahoma State dominates TCU

End 3Q: No. 10 Oklahoma 42, TCU 3

We’ll go ahead and close the book on the Pokes and TCU for the night unless something wild happens, because Oklahoma State is dominating. 517-167 edge in total yards. We could be headed for an OU-OK State game two weeks in a row, depending on how things shake out. But as of now, the Cowboys look like the league’s strongest team with a game at Texas Tech up next week before Bedlam (part 1).

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Longhorns still trailing

End 3Q: Kansas 42, Texas 35

Kansas was in a similar position against Oklahoma and couldn’t come through. Now, it gets another chance at shocking the CFB universe by taking down one of the Big 12’s and future SEC powers. Should be an interesting fourth quarter in Austin as the Longhorns look to avoid losing their fifth straight game for the first time since 1956. They have the momentum with 14 unanswered. Of note: Bijan Robinson walked off clutching his arm and went straight to the locker room during Texas’ scoring drive there at the end of the third quarter.

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Irish cruising

After starting out the third quarter with an interception and a three-and-out, the Fighting Irish get their act together and go 61 yards on five plays to score on a 15-yard connection between Jack Coan and Kevin Austin. They’ve got a real chance to pitch a shutout here as the Cavaliers navigate the harsh realities of life without Brennan Armstrong.

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Ole Miss hanging on vs. Texas A&M

Q4: No. 15 Ole Miss 15, No. 11 Texas A&M 10

The Rebels are hanging on after jumping out to a 15-0 halftime lead on an Aggies squad that still has SEC West title aspirations. Devon Achane scampered in the end zone from 24 yards out for the only touchdown of the third quarter. If the Aggies win out and Auburn beats Alabama in the Iron Bowl, the Aggies will win the SEC West for the first time in program history. Needless to say, this is going to be a very big quarter in the history of Texas A&M football.

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Oklahoma State cruising vs. Frogs

Oklahoma State is putting together one of its most complete performances of the season against a struggling TCU squad. QB Spencer Sanders has thrown for 207 yards and RB Jaylen Warren has 103 yards and 3 touchdowns in the first half. TCU has just 149 yards, 86 of which have come through the arm of Chandler Morris. A win would tie Oklahoma State for the Big 12 lead with Oklahoma. 

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Wake-Wolfpack battling

NC State gets a couple of TDs in the second quarter after falling behind 21-6, as Devin Leary starts heating up. The NC State quarterback is 19 of 30 for 211 yards, 2 TDs and an INT. The Wolfpack have done a nice job frustrating Sam Hartman, who is just 8 of 23. Wake closed the first half punt, INT, punt, missed FG, TD, punt, made FG. The Deacs did well to sneak in a 45-yarder at horn. Game between top-20 foes not disappointing so far.

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Total domination

Half: No. 9 Notre Dame 21, Virginia 0

The Fighting Irish are going to impress some folks who don’t realize that UVA quarterback Brennan Armstrong is out with a rib injury. They lead it big at half behind an 11 of 14 effort from Jack Coan and 65 yards on the ground from Kyren Williams. UVA mustered just 92 yards in the first half and only five first downs. Irish are 10 quarters vs. overmatched foes away from finishing 11-1. Georgia Tech and Stanford are up next.

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LSU on top of Arkansas

HALF: LSU 10, No. 25 Arkansas 7

The Tigers haven’t stopped playing for lame duck coach Ed Orgeron. Freshman Garrett Nussmeier, who is getting his first sustained look under center, has a touchdown pass to Jack Bech and thrown for 72 yards to lead the Tigers to the halftime lead. This wasn’t a surprise. Nussmeier was scheduled to get plenty of snaps in favor of Max Johnson going into the game, and he is making a pretty strong case to be the starter for whoever takes over the program after the season.

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Jayhawks crushing Longhorns

HALF: Kansas 35, Texas 14

Everything that can go wrong has gone wrong for Texas in Austin as Kansas has taken an astonishing 21-point lead over the Longhorns in the first half. Texas allowed 21 unanswered points in 1:25 of game time thanks to a Hudson Card fumble followed by a Card pick-six. Kansas QB Jadon Daniels has 146 yards and 2 touchdowns at the half. The last time Texas lost to Kansas in football (2016), the Longhorns fired their head coach two weeks later. Steve Sarkisian is still in his first season, but the program is reaching new lows in virtually every metric. Losing to Kansas would be an all-time low. Texas has not lost five straight games since 1956. 

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Rebels rolling against Ags

HALF: Ole Miss 15, Texas A&M 0

Texas A&M has not scored an offensive touchdown since playing South Carolina on Oct. 23, and the Aggies look more lost than ever against an average Ole Miss unit. The Aggies have just 78 yards on 25 plays and just allowed a safety on an Isaiah Spiller rush play. Texas A&M has just four first downs to Ole Miss’ 23 first downs in the first half. Ole Miss QB Matt Corral has 216 yards and a touchdown in the first half, while RB Jerrion Ealy has 122 yards on 13 carries. 

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Notre Dame in good position

UVA finally got something going on its third possession and crossed over into ND territory. But the Cavaliers turn it over on downs and Notre Dame gets it back with a 14-0 lead midway through the second quarter. Virginia is simply overmatched in this game without superstar QB Brennan Armstrong. Irish could turn this into an eye-catcher if they are able to pile it on after entering as just 5.5 point favorites.

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Wake mode

The Demon Deacons’ offense is doing its thing after two early punts. Sam Hartman is just 4 of 10 through the air, but his completions have been for big yardage. Wake leads it 14-6 early in the second quarter. More importantly, its defense has held the Wolfpack to a couple of field goals. We’ll see how long that stinginess persists, but a good start for the Deacs in a top-20 ACC battle.

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Irish up early

With Brennan Armstrong out tonight, the Fighting Irish should control this game. That’s a brutal loss for the Cavaliers — he’s basically their offense. It’s 7-0 Irish late in the first quarter and the Cavaliers have gone 3-and-out on both their possessions. Jack Coan is off to a nice start for ND. This is pretty much the Irish’s toughest remaining test, and it shouldn’t really be that difficult with Armstrong out.

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Really, Texas?

Down 14-0 to Kansas after one quarter. Oklahoma apparently made struggling with Kansas a cool thing to do. But in the interest of retaining his job for longer than one season, Steve Sarkisian should really kick the Longhorns into gear. They were 30.5 point favorites but gave up 140 yards to the Jayhawks in the first quarter and now face quite a hole at home.

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Rebels rolling

10-0 Ole Miss early in the second quarter. A picture perfect first quarter for the Ole Miss offense, which has leading receiver Dontario Drummond back after he missed the Liberty game. Corral is 11 of 15 for 140 yards and a TD. Surprising to see the Aggies struggle defensively after they were downright dominant against Auburn last week.

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Insane ending

Jonathan Garibay connects from 62 yards to lift Texas Tech to a 41-38 victory over Iowa State at the buzzer. Both teams now 6-4. Disappointing for Iowa State, which travels to Oklahoma next week. When the season began, ISU-Oklahoma was projected to be a game with Big 12 title and potential CFP implications. Those are gone for the Cyclones and diminished for the Sooners.

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Spartans getting by

Maryland hung around after falling behind 27-7, but the Spartans lead 40-21 late are going to win this game behind a prolific passing attack in the first half and a heavy dose of Kenneth Walker III in the second half. Walker’s got 143 yards and two TDs rushing along with two catches for 29 more yards. His Heisman candidacy remains in tact, as will Michigan State’s CFP aspirations. Spartans vs. Ohio State will be a blast next week.

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UGA rolls

Final: No. 1 Georgia 41, Tennessee 17

Tennessee led early and scored more points on Georgia than anyone else has this season. But in the end, it’s another relatively drama-free victory for the nation’s No. 1 team. Stetson Bennett starts and goes the distance at QB, finishing 17 of 29 for 213 yards, 1 TD and no INTs. James Cook ran for 104 yards on 10 carries. That caps an 8-0 SEC regular season for the Bulldogs, who play Charleston Southern and Georgia Tech to cap the regular season.

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FSU wins in dramatic fashion

The Seminoles escape with a 31-28 win over Miami after Jordan Travis scores with 26 seconds left. Looked like there were fireworks, etc. at Doak-Campbell as part of the celebration. Can’t blame ’em. In the midst of a dreary season, getting a W over your rival is something to celebrate. FSU is now 4-6 and will need wins over BC and Florida in the final two weeks to get bowl eligible. Miami is 5-5 and will need a win over VT or Duke.

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