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Trevor Knight keeps it himself for TD

The Aggies QB executes the zone-read run to perfection for this 42-yard score. Texas A&M and Arkansas are tied 7-7 early in the second quarter.

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Darren Rovell @darrenrovell

Kind of a bit awkward. Nebraska is playing Northwestern using a running back named Mikale Wilbon. Who's next AJ Adande?

Upon further review, Auburn upsets LSU

LSU appears to win with a miraculous D.J. Chark touchdown, but upon further review, the Tigers didn't get the snap off in time, preserving the 18-13 Auburn win.

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Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

Tennessee LB Jalen Reeves-Maybin wasn't interested in the UF smack talk and didn't care for the Vols needing to respond to any of it this week

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Christian McCaffrey was limited to 72 all-purpose yards in the first half, tied for his fewest in the first half of a game since the start of last season. He had 244 all-purpose yards in the first half against UCLA last season (369 total).

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

Stanford RB Christian McCaffrey now ranks No. 5 of the school's all-time rushing list (2,676). He trails Stepfan Taylor (4,300), Darrin Nelson (4,169), Toby Gerhart (3,522) and Brad Muster (3,010). McCaffrey ran for 59 yards on 10 carries in the first half against UCLA.

Chantel Jennings ESPN Staff Writer 

Colorado is sporting these hats following its upset of Oregon:

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

Even in a game that features Christian McCaffrey and Josh Rosen, there wasn't much that resembled offense in the first half at the Rose Bowl. The teams combined for 267 yards of total offense and the touchdown that provided UCLA's 10-3 lead was the product of a short field. The Bruins have been limited to 2.7 yards per carry (43 yards), while Rosen is 7 of 11 for 77 yards. Still, somehow, it feels like UCLA has been in control.

Ted Miller ESPN Staff Writer 

Arizona QB Anu Solomon walks onto the field in sweats, making clear he won't start against Washington because of a knee injury. Brandon Dawkins will replace him again but this time he faces the Pac-12's best defense.

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Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

Kansas State didn't allow a short weather delay affect its timing. QB Jesse Ertz is 7 of 8 passing for two TDs to go along with 85 yards rushing, as K-State leads Missouri State, 35-0, at half.

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Colorado handed Oregon its second straight loss. The Ducks hadn't lost consecutive games in a season since 2007 (three in a row after QB Dennis Dixon tore an ACL).

Utica comes away with unbelievable INT

Dehstin Smart picks off Cortland QB DeAngelo Walker in unique fashion.

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Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Big play by Oklahoma State true freshman Tanner Morgan, the long snapper out of Ankeny, Iowa, who jumped on Tony Nicholson's fumble of a punt return at the 5-yard line. Before he fumbled, Nicholson made a poor decision to field Zach Sinor's punt at the 4. The damage? A touchdown for the Cowboys. All tied in Waco.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Marshall has eight quarterback hurries so far on Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson. The Cards' first three opponents had three combined. This is clearly the most pressure Jackson has gotten all season. He's sure to get more next week against the stout Clemson defensive front.

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Somehow Bryce Bobo hauled in this unreal catch. It ended up being the difference in a 41-38 win vs. Oregon: es.pn/2d03oZW

Chantel Jennings ESPN Staff Writer 

The view in the tunnel following Colorado's 41-38 win over Oregon.

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Lamar Jackson with his 10th passing touchdown this season. His 10th last season came in his 11th game. He had 12 all of last season.

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Texas A&M breaking it down as they finish pregame warmups.

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Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Texas A&M practicing long snaps for punting in pregame

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