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FSU squeaks past BC on Aguayo's late FG
Quarterback Jameis Winston led Florida State 66 yards to put Roberto Aguayo in position for a 26-yard game-winning field goal with three seconds remaining and the Seminoles remained perfect with a 20-17 victory over Boston College on Saturday.
Gordon tops 2,000 yards; Badgers sink Iowa
Melvin Gordon surpassed 2,000 yard rushing with 200 yards and two touchdowns, and 16th-ranked Wisconsin (No. 14 AP) held off Iowa 26-24 on Saturday for its sixth straight win.
1Q USC Anthony Sarao 17 Yd Interception Return (Andre Heidari Kick)
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ECU's Hardy sets FBS career catches mark
East Carolina receiver Justin Hardy has set the record for most career receptions in bowl subdivision history.
Arizona loses QB Solomon, still routs Utah
Nick Wilson ran for 218 yards and three touchdowns as Arizona overcame an injury to quarterback Anu Solomon to beat Utah 42-10 on Saturday.
Mariota's 4 TDs fuel Ducks' rout of Colorado
Marcus Mariota threw for 323 yards and three touchdowns and ran for 73 yards and another score in perhaps his last game at Autzen Stadium and No. 3 Oregon beat Colorado 44-10 on Saturday.
Harvard wins 8th straight against rival Yale
Conner Hempel threw a 35-yard touchdown pass to Andrew Fischer with 55 seconds to play and Harvard beat Yale 31-24 to capture the Ivy League title outright after blowing a 17-point, fourth-quarter lead on Saturday.
Arkansas defense shuts out No. 8 Ole Miss
Rohan Gaines returned an interception 100 yards for a touchdown, and Arkansas' defense forced six turnovers in a 30-0 win over No. 8 Mississippi on Saturday.
Michigan interim AD to determine Hoke's future
It's not yet clear when a decision will come on Brady Hoke's future as Michigan's football coach, but interim athletic director Jim Hackett said Saturday that he would be the one making the decision.
Notre Dame FG miss seals Louisville win
Freshman quarterback Reggie Bonnafon ran for a pair of touchdowns and threw a 21-yard scoring pass to DeVante Parker to lead Louisville to a 31-28 victory over Notre Dame on Saturday, the third straight loss for the Fighting Irish.