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Juma Otoviano busted up the middle for an 80-yard tie-breaking touchdown run and added another breakaway in the fourth quarter as Rice rallied past Old Dominion 27-13 in a Conference USA finale on Saturday.
Matt Geiger scored three touchdowns, Kesean Strong and Jeremy Cox each scored two touchdowns and Old Dominion beat VMI 77-14 on Saturday.
Lala Davis scored from a yard out with 15 seconds left in the game as Old Dominion came from 28 points down in the first half to pull out a 34-31 victory over North Texas in a Conference USA contest Saturday afternoon.
Reed Blankenship picked off a pass in the end zone, returning it the length of the field for a score to give Middle Tennessee the momentum it needed to scorch Old Dominion 51-17 on Saturday afternoon.
Tyler King rushed for a career-high 195 yards with two long fourth-quarter touchdown runs and Marshall pulled away from Old Dominion for a 42-20 victory on Saturday.
Devin Singletary became the all-time career rushing leader at Florida Atlantic, running for 168 yards and two touchdowns to help the Owls beat Old Dominion 52-33 on Saturday night.
Reid Herring rallied East Carolina to two scores in the last five minutes with Jake Verity kicking a 38-yard game-winning field goal with 46 seconds left and East Carolina (2-2) edged Old Dominion 37-35 on Saturday.
Matt Schick, Ivan Maisel and Chris Low weigh in on Old Dominion's upset over Virginia Tech, Stanford's unexpected victory, Nick Saban's call for assistance and more. Plus, a new "Talk to Nerdy" and #WalkOns questions.
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Old Dominion's win over Virginia Tech was the largest upset between FBS opponents in the history of FPI game predictions -- which go back 14 years.
Blake LaRussa came off the bench to throw for 495 yards and four TDs as Old Dominion stunned Virginia Tech for its first win over a Power 5 program.
Heather Dinich ESPN Senior Writer
Old Dominion pulled off the biggest upset of the season so far, as the 29-point underdogs shocked No. 13 Virginia Tech 49-35. It was the biggest upset by an FBS team over an ACC opponent in the past 40 seasons. C-USA had lost 52 straight games against ranked nonconference opponents. It was also another blow to an already-struggling ACC, as Boston College also lost to Purdue and is likely to fall out of the top 25. Clemson remains the league's lone playoff contender but would benefit most if Miami stays ranked and wins the Coastal. Assuming Clemson wins the Atlantic, it might not face a ranked opponent until the ACC title game. It's SOS will be questioned by the committee, which means little to no margin for error.
Old Dominion's backup QB, who grew up a Virginia Tech fan, leads stunner over the No. 13 Hokies.