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Alex Scarborough ESPN Staff Writer 

Nick Saban at halftime: "Well, we dominated the game in lots of ways and didn't get enough points, didn't take advantage of the points we had opportunities to get in the red zone, ended up kicking too many field goals and missed one. Then we turned the ball over and they scored. Didn't play very well on defense on that drive, so it's going to be a tough game. We knew it was going to be a tough game. We're going to have to play better as a team."

Tar Heels extend lead over Virginia

Mitch Trubisky throws a strike to a wide open Thomas Jackson to give No. 22 North Carolina a 21-7 lead over Virginia.


West Virginia WR makes backhanded catch

Jovon Durante makes an unbelievable catch in front of two TCU defenders to keep the ball from hitting the ground.


Middle Tennessee recovers crazy fumble

Barely holding on to a 21-20 lead over Middle Tennessee, Missouri fumbles on a bizarre play near the 15-yard line. The ball bounces around and lands in the end zone, where the Blue Raiders jump on it for the touchback.


Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

West Virginia only out-gained TCU by eight yards (215-207) in the first half and ran seven fewer plays than the Frogs, who held the ball for 18:07. The difference? WVU was more disciplined, winning the turnover battle 2-0 and committing two fewer penalties. Both teams are running the ball successfully with Kyle Hicks (TCU, 77 yards) and Rushel Shell (WVU, 59 yards). TCU's pressuring defense has produced two sacks and five tackles for loss.

No. 20 WMU going back-and-forth with rival

Eastern Michigan QB Brogan Roback throws a 29-yard TD pass to Antoine Porter. Unbeaten Western Michigan responded with a quick score on their next possession and have a 24-17 lead at halftime.


Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

Nick Saban can't be happy about the lack of execution by his offense on the Aggies' side of the field. Alabama is winning the yards race 303-150 but leads just 13-7. The defense is doing its part as the Aggies entered the game as the only FBS team to have at least 200 yards in every half this season. Fifty yards off that mark here against Alabama

Alex Scarborough ESPN Staff Writer 

Two made field goals are nice, but one touchdown in four red zone trips could come back to bite Alabama. The Tide controlled the game for most of the half, but only have a 13-7 lead over Texas A&M to show for it.

Greg Ostendorf ESPN Staff Writer 

Bret Bielema looks loose pregame here at Auburn. Including today, 23 of his 46 games at Arkansas have been against ranked teams. "To hear that number is ‘woe is me,'" Bielema said earlier this week. "But when you are involved in it, you rarely think about it."

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This is the fifth consecutive game Stanford has failed to score a touchdown in the first half. The Cardinal have been outscored 64-9 in the first half of their last five games (34-6 advantage in their first two games).

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Two Colorado kickers have now missed three field goals, so Colorado only leads Stanford 7-3 despite out-gaining the Cardinal 313-175.

Jesse Temple ESPN Staff Writer 

Purdue trailed No. 8 Nebraska by a touchdown only 16 seconds into the game after a disastrous start that included an interception on a halfback pass. But the Boilermakers have put together a stunning turnaround to take a 14-10 halftime lead in Lincoln under interim coach Gerad Parker. QB David Blough has thrown for 231 yards and two touchdowns. Meanwhile, Nebraska has been held to 168 yards of total offense. Nebraska has a big game next week against Wisconsin but can't look ahead just yet.

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Phillip Lindsay has 12 carries for 131 yards (10.9 per carry) yet Colorado has only scored 7 points.

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

Utah allowed 21 first-quarter points to UCLA. Prior to this game, Utah had not allowed 21 points in a half this season and the Bruins had scored more than 21 points in just one of their previous five games.

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Navy's Will Worth has rushed for a touchdown for the sixth straight game, the second-longest active streak among FBS quarterbacks behind Lamar Jackson's seven.

Alex Scarborough ESPN Staff Writer 

Tremendous concentration showed by Josh Reynolds to haul in that back shoulder TD pass. We've got a game in Tuscaloosa. Texas A&M cuts the Alabama lead to 13-7 with less than a minute before halftime.

Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer 

West Virginia CB Elijah Battle got ejected for targeting against TCU, but he did find a great spot to watch the rest of the game: the Mountaineers' weight room. Props to our ABC TV crew for spotting him.

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

UCLA coach Jim Mora hinted at there being some changes to the offense this week, but those changes turned out to be a massive overhaul. The Bruins look like Noel Mazzone is back running the offense -- shotgun, up-tempo, four wide receivers – and, so far, it's working. The Bruins moved the ball with ease on three straight touchdown drives. Utah clearly wasn't ready for this, so it will be interesting to see what type of adjustments it can make to account for the change in scheme.

Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

Big loss for the Aggies defense as S Donovan Wilson is ejected for targeting on hit on Damien Harries near the sideline. Very next play Marlon Humphrey makes a great leaping interception on Trevor Knight

Alex Scarborough ESPN Staff Writer 

Just when it looked like Texas A&M could make a move, targeting followed by an interception. Alabama back in control with 5 minutes left before halftime.

No. 20 W. Michigan regains lead

Jarvion Franklin runs for a 2-yard TD to give No. 20 Western Michigan a 14-7 advantage over in-state rival Eastern Michigan.