Matthew Stockman

College football Saturday: Alabama and Notre Dame survive, Oregon splatters USC

Believe it or not, things happened Saturday in college football besides Alabama somehow beating LSU. Lots of neat things, like Oregon breaking records against USC, Pitt taking Notre Dame to triple overtime, Texas A&M splattering Mississippi State and more. Here's the complete Week 10 TV schedule, and follow along right here throughout the day for scores, highlights and more.

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The Alphabetical: We can't read defenses either

LSU wasn't actually using that defense we all accused them of using, Gene Chizik's dictator years have gotten all sad, and Marqise Lee might be USC's best defender after all.

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Alabama, LSU fans cuss a whole lot

In this installment of The Seismograph, we examine the ups and downs experienced by Tide and Tigers fans during Saturday's game. Be warned: they cussed. A lot.

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USC manager caught deflating footballs vs. Oregon

A USC Trojans student manager was relieved of his duties after deflating footballs at the USC-Oregon game below regulation level.

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Heisman Race: Hello, Mr. Barner

Kenjon Barner goes crazy in the Coliseum and threatens to join the current Klein-Lee-Manziel hierarchy.

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LSU makes Bama cry, doesn't enjoy it

TWIS catalogues the most ridiculous things said about college football weekly. This week: LSU fans get their wish, dislike wish. Spaziani goes full Picard.. More is expected from Maryland, for some reason. Someone is termed "butter teeth hand-clapper." Murder is wished on the Kiffins. And, of course, Hitler.

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The Numerical: Can Geno find his mojo?

Texas A&M starts with sprints, West Virginia misplaces its mojo, and Army is this close to the trophy.

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LSU loses game, wins recruits anyway

How did the games and visits of last weekend in college football impact recruiting? Despite a loss to Alabama, LSU impressed several top recruits and gained two commitments.

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Shutdown Kombat

The world's only college football show becomes the first show of any kind to survive Death Valley, producing an accurate Mortal Kombat-styled 8-bit of the game. Also, we'll hear from an eternally grouchy NFL fan who didn't like either of these games, grant the Tide an ACC title, create Les Miles-ear-digging-in-a-pumpkin.gif, and continue gloating about picking Oregon months ago. SUBSCRIBE! FOLLOW!

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Marlon Brown tears ACL, out for season

The Georgia Bulldogs are going to have to finish the season without senior wide receiver Marlon Brown, who suffered a torn ACL against Ole Miss.

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Kenjon Barner is No. 1

It's probably understandable that this USC fan wanted to let Kenjon Barner know he was No. 1, though...

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Oregon State rallies to beat ASU

The Oregon State Beavers rallied to beat the Arizona State Sun Devils and keep their BCS hopes on track.

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Klein injury big story from K-State win

The Kansas State Wildcats beat the Oklahoma State Cowboys to keep their national championship hopes alive, but might they have lost Collin Klein in the process?

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Aaron Murray leads Georgia over Ole Miss

The Georgia Bulldogs overcame an early deficit to the Ole Miss Rebels with a four touchdown performance by Aaron Murray.

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Florida survives upset bid from Missouri

The Florida Gators were on upset alert for much of the afternoon before edging out the Missouri Tigers 14-7.

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Johnny Football, A&M handle business in Starkville

The Texas A&M Aggies steamrolled the Mississippi St. Bulldogs as they stayed in second place in the SEC West.

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TCU rallies to beat West Virginia in double OT

The TCU Horned Frogs managed an impressive rally and squeaked past the West Virginia Mountaineers in a double overtime thriller.

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Irish some prevail in triple OT over Pitt

The Notre Dame Irish rallied from a two touchdown effort to beat the Pitt Panthers in triple overtime.

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Oregon prevails in wild shootout in Coliseum

Kenjon Barner and the Oregon Ducks won a wild scoring contest over Marqise Lee and the USC Trojans, as neither team could really stop the other on defense.

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McCarron rallies Tide to incredible win

A.J. McCarron of the Alabama Crimson Tide had an impressive fourth quarter comeback to rally his team to a big win in Baton Rouge against the LSU Tigers and preserve their BCS National Championship hopes.

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Bowl projections: Cotton can restore rivalry

Fixes it for a season, at least. This week's bowl projections have Alabama and Oregon solidifying their title shots, two major in-state rivalries meeting in the postseason, the MAC and Sun Belt happily taking bowl game slots and more.

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Top 25 review: Bama survives

The world gets to enjoy still more undefeated Alabama football, Oregon shows things to Monte Kiffin that haven't existed since 1965 or earlier, and Bill Snyder slaps your wagon back together with a little persimmon and sawdust.

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BCS projection: Can Oregon pass 2 at once?

November 3's BCS standings update will be released shortly after 8:30 p.m. ET (and here's a look at last week's rankings), but expect Oregon to overtake Notre Dame and close on Kansas State, the SEC to maintain dominance and non-AQ teams to have even less of a chance.

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No. 11 Oregon State comes back to beat ASU, 36-26

Oregon State was handed its first loss of the season last week against Washington. The Beavers didn't like how losing felt, so they took out their aggressions on the Arizona State Sun Devils.

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Bruins Show No Mercy To No. 22 'Zona

UCLA scored its first touchdown with 12:27 remaining in the first quarter. The Bruins scored their ninth touchdown of the game with 5:47 left in the fourth. The No. 22 Arizona Wildcats could not contain the Bruins' offense, nor could they get past UCLA's defense. Needless to say, it was a very, very, very long night for Arizona, who lost 66-10 to UCLA.

By the time Arizona put its first three points on the board, UCLA had already scored four touchdowns. 'Zona's field goal came 6:47 before halftime. The Bruins would make the most of those final six minutes by scoring two more touchdowns. The Wildcats went into the locker room down 42-3.

Whatever Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez said to his team at halftime didn't work. Midway through the third quarter, UCLA changed it up and scored a field goal instead of a TD, extending their lead to 45-3. Minutes later, Arizona's Ka'Deem Carey proved the Wildcats can actually score touchdowns, too, with a 2-yard rush into the endzone.

That would be it for Arizona's offense. The Bruins ran up the score. UCLA scored one more touchdown in the third and two more in the fourth. The game mercifully ended for Arizona five minutes after UCLA's final touchdown with a score of 66-10.

Note: Scary moment in the fourth quarter. Without being hit, Arizona linebacker Hank Hobson collapsed on the field. Hobson was transferred to a back board before being taken out of the Rose Bowl in an ambulance. Per Wildcats' beat writer Ryan Finley's Twitter account, Hobson is being evaluated at the hospital and does have movement in his arms and legs and is able to speak with his parents.

Box Score Hero: UCLA's first touchdown of the game was scored by senior running back, Johnathan Franklin. It wasn't just any touchdown for Franklin. His 37-yard dash into the end zone made him the all-time leading rusher in UCLA history. Gaston Green's 3,731-yard record had been in place since 1987. Franklin finished Saturday's game with 24 carries for 162 yards and two touchdowns.

Rankings Ramifications: Arizona and its No. 22 ranking are kissing each other good-bye. The pummeling by UCLA, will likely drop 'Zona out of the Top 25.

But Did They Cover? UCLA came in favored by three points. Definitely not enough for 'Zona.

Next Week's Schedule: The Bruins head up north to face Washington State. Arizona returns home to face Colorado.

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Aztecs upset No. 19 Boise State, 21-19

If the initial kickoff by Boise State was any indication of how its night would end, the Broncos should have been worried. San Diego State's Colin Locket returned it 100 yards for the touchdown. In a game that was neck-and-neck all the way through, the Aztecs were able to distance themselves just enough from Boise State to pull off the upset victory, 21-19.

Following the Aztecs' opening return, Boise State went on to score two unanswered touchdowns. D.J. Harper had one in the first quarter on a 1-yard rush. The Broncos went for two and failed. The missed attemp would come back to haunt the team late.

With 2:14 remaining before the half, Harper scored his second touchdown of the game, this time on a 16-yard rush. The Broncos played it safe this time and kicked a successful point after. Boise State was up 13-7 heading into the locker room.

Following Boise's suit, SDSU scored two unanswered touchdowns of its own. In the third quarter, Adam Muema rushed for a 3-yard TD, bringing the Aztecs within one point of Boise.

With 12:20 to go in the fourth, Aztec Walter Kazee scored on a 1-yard rush. After the successful PAT, SDSU was up 21-13. Boise State battled back and scored a touchdown with five and a half minutes to go. Like they did in the first quarter, the Broncos were unsuccessful in their attempt for two points. Had Boise State made its two attempts at two points, the game would have been tied. Instead, the Aztecs took the upset victory, 21-19.

Box Score Hero: Running back Adam Muema of SDSU did most of the heavy lifting for the Aztecs. He carried the ball 25 times for 127 yards and a touchdown.

Rankings Ramifications: The upset by SDSU will push Boise State back in the rankings, possibly out of the Top 25.

But Did They Cover? The Aztecs didn't need the 16 1/2 points after all.

Next Week's Schedule: The Aztecs welcome Air Force to San Diego. Boise State is headed to Hawaii.

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Another Hebert calls out Les Miles

Is Les Miles to blame for LSU's second straight loss to Alabama? One former player thinks so.

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UCLA coaches wearing war paint

And apparently this was the magic trick to beating Rich Rod.

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Alabama survives Death Valley

Somehow, Alabama pulled out a win over LSU despite being outgained and losing the turnover battle. Weird things happen in Death Valley.

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WOW: LSU leads Bama in fourth

Over the past two years, only two teams have given Alabama a late-game scare. Those teams are 2011 LSU and 2012 LSU.

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Knights dominate in 42-17 victory over Mustangs

UCF used a strong second-half performance to pull away from SMU on Saturday night, beating the Mustangs 42-17 at BH Networks Stadium in Orlando, Florida.

The Knights took a 14-3 lead early in the second quarter following Latavius Murray's first touchdown of the game when the running back took the ball 23 yards for a touchdown. After a Garret Gilbert 4-yard rushing touchdown would bring the Mustangs to within 14-10, Murray's 20-yard scoring scamper gave the Knights a 21-10 lead heading into the second half.

The third quarter would be dominated by UCF, with SMU managing just eight yards of offense thanks to miscues and penalties. The Knights would take advantage, further extending the lead when Jeff Godfrey's 28-yard touchdown pass to Murray gave UCF a commanding 35-10 lead. Blake Bortles' 18-yard touchdown pass to Breshad Perriman would put the game away midway through the fourth quarter.

Gilbert was 16-of-29 for 133 yards and no touchdowns in the game, with SMU managing just 259 yards of total offense in the game.

Box Score Hero: UCF running back Latavius Murray scored three times in the game, rushing for two touchdowns and 155 yards on 23 carries while also catching two balls for 41 yards and a touchdown.

But Did They Cover? The Knights easily covered the 9.5-point spread.

For More On This Game: For more on SMU football, visit SB Nation Dallas. For more on Central Florida football, visit SB Nation Tampa Bay. And you should probably start reading Big East Coast Bias.

Next Week's Schedule: SMU will face Southern Miss on Nov. 10 at 7 p.m. ET, while UCF takes on UTWP at 7 p.m. ET.

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No. 4 Ducks hold off No. 17 Trojans, win 62-51

The No. 4 Oregon Ducks remained undefeated on Saturday, after beating No. 17 USC by the score of 62-51 at the Los Angeles Coliseum

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Collin Klein hurt?

Kansas State quarterback Collin Klein appears to have been knocked out of the Oklahoma State game, though it may be a precautionary decision.

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Onside kick ruling is questionable in Oregon-USC

Did the Pac-12 officials get it right?

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Clemson crushes Duke 56-20

Tajh Boyd's six total touchdowns powered the Tigers past Duke, 56-20, in a game the Blue Devils just didn't have enough ammunition to win.

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BJ Daniels career likely ends with broken ankle

South Florida quarterback BJ Daniels and the Bulls ended their six game losing streak with an ugly 13-6 win over Connecticut tonight. Unfortunately, Daniels' college career also came to an end, prematurely, in the effort. With the Bulls driving late in the fourth quarter, Daniels was tackled from behind and the Huskies' defender rolled up on his ankle, reportedly breaking it and ending his season. The Bulls are currently 3-6, clinging to the possibility of making a bowl game with three tough games left on the schedule at Miami next week, then at Cincinnati, before finishing the season at home against Pittsburgh.

Daniels will be replaced by backup quarterback Matt Floyd, who filled in for him tonight, and down the stretch in the 2010 season when Daniels was also lost to injury.

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Knights dominate in 42-17 victory over Mustangs

UCF used a strong second-half performance to pull away from SMU on Saturday night, beating the Mustangs 42-17 at BH Networks Stadium in Orlando, Florida.

The Knights took a 14-3 lead early in the second quarter following Latavius Murray's first touchdown of the game when the running back took the ball 23 yards for a touchdown. After a Garret Gilbert 4-yard rushing touchdown would bring the Mustangs to within 14-10, Murray's 20-yard scoring scamper gave the Knights a 21-10 lead heading into the second half.

The third quarter would be dominated by UCF, with SMU managing just eight yards of offense thanks to miscues and penalties. The Knights would take advantage, further extending the lead when Jeff Godfrey's 28-yard touchdown pass to Murray gave UCF a commanding 35-10 lead. Blake Bortles' 18-yard touchdown pass to Breshad Perriman would put the game away midway through the fourth quarter.

Gilbert was 16-of-29 for 133 yards and no touchdowns in the game, with SMU managing just 259 yards of total offense in the game.

Box Score Hero: UCF running back Latavius Murray scored three times in the game, rushing for two touchdowns and 155 yards on 23 carries while also catching two balls for 41 yards and a touchdown.

But Did They Cover? The Knights easily covered the 9.5-point spread.

For More On This Game: For more on SMU football, visit SB Nation Dallas. For more on Central Florida football, visit SB Nation Tampa Bay. And you should probably start reading Big East Coast Bias.

Next Week's Schedule: SMU will face Southern Miss on Nov. 10 at 7 p.m. ET, while UCF takes on UTWP at 7 p.m. ET.

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Kenjon Barner is breaking records vs. USC

Senior running back sets Oregon single-game rushing mark as Ducks put up most yards ever as a USC opponent.

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Louisville players tired of being overlooked

If you've been watching ESPN's College GameDay, or perhaps caught highlights of today's important games, you've probably heard a lot about Notre Dame, Alabama, Kansas State, and Oregon, sometimes referred to as "the four unbeatens."

The problem? There's a fifth unbeaten team: Louisville. And Louisville players, on the heels of a 45-17 win over Temple, are beginning to notice their relative lack of attention from the national media.

Louisville center Mario Benavides was less than pleased that Notre Dame was praised by ESPN's Kirk Herbstreit for their rallying to win against Pittsburgh today (a team Louisville beat three weeks ago 45-35).

Backup quarterback Will Stein was not pleased to hear ESPN's Jesse Palmer talking about the four unbeaten teams with no mention being made of Louisville.

And Louisville tight end Nate Nord was upset to hear Notre Dame praised for getting by Pittsburgh when Louisville has previously been criticized for narrow victories of teams like South Florida and Southern Miss.

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Bama's 11-point lead: Insurmountable?

Tide quarterback A.J. McCarron is suddenly a dual threat, and Alabama might be on its way.

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Les Miles digs for more ideas

We've just witnessed the most Les Milesian 10 seconds of the season.

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ALABAMA SCORES TOO!

Few thought it could be done, but both Alabama and LSU have now scored with more than half a football game still to go.

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LSU crosses midfield! LSU SCORES!

LSU's offense has pretty much already accomplished more against Alabama in two drives than it did in the entire national title game, and they now lead the Tide, 3-0.

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Michigan State players blame refs on Twitter

Nebraska was the beneficiary of at least two questionable calls that shaped the outcome of their win over Michigan State. The first was a penalty that wiped out a touchdown on an interception return. The second, a pass interference call that kept the eventual game-winning drive alive. Here's Le'Veon Bell directly blaming the referees for the outcome of the game.

Here's safety R.J. Williamson commenting that the timing of the pass interference call was questionable, at best.

And here's Lawrence Thomas, not mincing words at all. If we know Michigan State head coach Mark Dantonio at all, we know he won't like his players publicly commenting like this, but this is the beauty of social media. We get to see reactions like this real time and unfiltered.

And there's more:

This one was deleted right about the same time Bell took everything down.

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SJSU bowl eligible with 42-13 win over Idaho

The San Jose State Spartans became bowl eligible with a blowout win over the Idaho Vandals on Saturday. David Fales tossed for 328 yards in the win.

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DEATH STADIUM

Verne Lundquist referred to LSU's field as both "Tiger Stadium" and "Death Valley" at the same time. The result was not at all inaccurate.

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USC's Marqise Lee scores

Who wants the points? PAC-12 wants the points.

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Oregon likes points

De'Anthony Thomas scored again.

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Notre Dame surives OT scare

After a wild game, Notre Dame stays undefeated through three overtimes.

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Martinez leads Nebraska to comeback win

No. 21 Nebraska got a late go-ahead touchdown to beat Michigan State, 28-24, Saturday.

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Penn State blows Purdue out, 34-9

Matthew McGloin passed for 321 yards and two touchdowns, and the Nittany Lions cruised to a big win over their Big Ten foes on Saturday afternoon.

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UGA now 1 step from Atlanta

Georgia handled Ole Miss in yet another sloppy game, needing only to beat one of the worst Auburn teams ever in order to reach the SEC Championship Game for the second year in a row. FIRE MARK RICHT!

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Buckeyes dominant in win over Illini

The Ohio State Buckeyes prevailed over the Illinois Fighting Illini to move to 10-0 on Saturday.

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TCU upsets West Virginia in 2OT

Josh Boyce hauled in six passes as he accumulated 180 yards receiving and two touchdowns for TCU. His second touchdown was a 94-yarder with 1:28 remaining that tied the game and eventually forced an overtime.

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This is not pass interference

There are good calls and bad calls. This was a bad call.

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Utah blanks Washington State, 49-0

After failing to score on their first possession, the Utes scored four straight times en route to a dominating victory.

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Oregon-USC has major (and non-major) stakes

Remember when we circled Oregon-USC as one of the two biggest games of the year? We were right. ALAMO BOWL STAKES ARE AT PLAY.

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Brian Kelly can't make up his mind

Tommy Rees is in for Everett Golson again. [UPDATE: Golson is already back in.]

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Stanford destroys Buffaloes, 48-0

The Stanford Cardinal defense put on a dominating performance and Kevin Hogan aced his quarterback audition as Stanford rolled the Colorado Buffaloes, 48-0. Colorado did not cross midfield until five minutes into the fourth quarter.

Stanford held Colorado to 76 total net yards, six first downs, sacked the Buffalo quarterback seven times and collected two turnovers. Out of 12 total drives, Colorado had only four go for more than three plays, and never advanced more than 25 yards down the field.

Josh Nunes played the first quarter for Stanford, going 3 for 5 for 23 yards. Hogan took over for the second and took the Cardinal offense to four touchdowns on his first four drives. Brett Nottingham was the third quarterback to play for Stanford, going 3 for 5 for 16 yards. Stepfan Taylor and Jamal-Rashad Patterson both had a hand in the run game, with Taylor picking up 43 yards and two touchdowns and Patterson adding another 42 yards.

Box Score Hero: Hogan had quite a day. The freshman finished the day having completed 18 of 23 attempts for 184 yards with two touchdowns, and another 48 yards on seven runs. Levine Toilolo had 59 yards on three receptions, and Zach Ertz had six catches for 41 yards. Each man had a touchdown.

Rankings Ramifications: Stanford, ranked No. 14 going into the game, is likely to see a boost in the rankings after such a dominant game.

But Did They Cover? At -28, Stanford had the spread covered by the second quarter.

For More On This Game:

For more on Cardinal football, visit Stanford blog Rule Of Tree, plus Pac-12 blog Pacific Takes and SB Nation Bay Area.

For more on Buffs football, visit Colorado blog The Ralphie Report, plus Pac-12 blog Pacific Takes and SB Nation Denver.

Next Week's Schedule: Stanford will host the Oregon St. Beavers at home, while Colorado will head on the road to face the Arizona Wildcats.

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Pitt leads ND, 10-6, at half

Pittsburgh has Notre Dame on upset alert thanks to a strong first half by running back Ray Graham.

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Golden Flashes prevail over Zips, 35-24

The Kent State Golden Flashes struggled, but managed to best the Akron Zips by a score of 35-24 on Saturday.

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Geno Smith briefly hurt

West Virginia's Geno Smith recovered after looking to be hurt, but his status will now be one to monitor.

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Penn State DT Hill leaves with leg injury

Defensive tackle Jordan Hill left Penn State's game against Purdue with an injury.

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Nebraska flips MSU the bird

Daimion Stafford thinks Nebraska is No. 1!

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Now THAT is a wide open receiver

Georgia's Marlon Brown is even more open here than he appears to be in this image.

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Questionable late hit call

Georgia, you can't do that.

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Virginia upsets N.C. State, 33-6

Virginia's defense forced five N.C. State turnovers, as the Cavaliers cruised to a 33-6 win over the Wolfpack to notch their first ACC win of the season.

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Tennessee overcomes Troy's upset bid

Tennessee and Troy combined for more than 1,400 yards of total offense and 103 points in Saturday's slugfest, which was won late by the Volunteers behind a herculean effort from quarterback Tyler Bray.

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Walk it out, Kevin Sumlin

The only thing ice cold at #SNOWBOWL12 was Kevin Sumlin's band of SEC intruders, which tore apart Mississippi State in heartless fashion.

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Arkansas, Auburn, Tennessee & UK belong in the ACC

Because the Atlantic Coast Conference believes in giving everyone a second chance.

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Ole Miss player is nation's bounciest

Ole Miss leads Georgia, 3-0, early in a crucial SEC battle, and if it can keep returning punts like this, it might -- well, the score won't change, but everything will be lots of fun.

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ECU dominates Houston, 48-28

The Pirates started the game with 28-unanswered points en route to a decisive victory.

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Jones, Oklahoma cruise past Iowa State

No. 12 Oklahoma bounced back from its loss to Notre Dame last weekend by going on the road and defeating Iowa State on Saturday afternoon.

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Army takes out Air Force, 41-21

The Army Black Knights upset the Air Force Falcons on Saturday, knocking off the favorites, 41-21. Air Force was favored by seven heading into the contest, but Army put up 28 unanswered points in the second and third quarters and Air Force was unable to climb back into the game.

The Black Knights out-gained the Falcons, 414 yards to 338, but it was four turnovers that made the difference. Army picked off Connor Dietz on two consecutive drives at the end of the first half, turning both picks into points. That turned what was a 10-7 game with five minutes before the half into a 20-7 game to open the third quarter. It would be 35-7 at the start of the fourth, and a fourth-quarter rally that saw Air Force put 14 points on the board was cut short when an Air Force fumble was returned for a touchdown by Nate Combs.

Aside from the defense, it was the rushing attack that drove the Black Knights, with quarterback Trent Steelman throwing only six passes, connecting on four of them for 100 yards. Steelman added another 101 yards with his legs, including two touchdowns.

Box Score Hero: Steelman's rushing yards and scores were huge for the Knights, but Larry Dixon and Raymond Maples both pitched in, adding 89 and 73 yards with a touchdown each.

Rankings Ramifications: The results are sure to please Army fans, but won't make a difference in the rankings.

But Did They Cover? Air Force was favored by seven points, so they clearly failed to cover.

For More On This Game:

For more on Air Force football, visit MWC blog Mountain West Connection and SB Nation Denver.

Next Week's Schedule: Both teams are on the road next week, with the Falcons facing the San Diego State Aztecs and Army taking on Rutgers.

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Georgia Tech dominates Maryland, 33-13

Georgia Tech did what was expected of it on Saturday, easily dispatching Maryland, 33-13.

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Former Vol furious with Derek Dooley

Tennessee's having all it can handle at the hands of Troy, and one former player has had just about enough.

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Florida wins ugly, Muschamp cheers for Ole Miss

Florida picked off James Franklin four times to overcome yet another sleepy start, holding serve and hoping Ole Miss can knock Georgia out of the SEC East lead.

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Texas A&M dismantles Mississippi St. in the SEC

The Texas A&M Aggies used a dominant running attack for an easy win over the Mississippi St. Bulldogs.

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Wolverines whack Gophers, keep Little Brown Jug

The Michigan Wolverines kept the Little Brown Jug in Ann Arbor as they handled the Minnesota Golden Gophers despite star quarterback Denard Robinson sitting out with an injury.

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Cincinnati gets tricky

A halfback jump pass? Sure, why not!

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Auburn is awful

Auburn is playing New Mexico State on Saturday. You know, the WAC team that's about to essentially be exiled in FBS -- not exactly a powerhouse and not exactly a problem for the Tigers, you'd think. But here we are, with the score knotted at zero and the Tigers being outplayed at the moment.

Through just a wee bit over a quarter, New Mexico State has 131 total yards -- 103 of which came through the air. Auburn, on the other hand, has 43 yards -- 31 through the air. The Tigers have run 13 plays to New Mexico State's 22 and have just two first downs to the Aggies' five. Both teams are 0-fer on 3rd down, as well.

If you're watching this game ... why?

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Yep, Maryland has a LB at QB

Maryland's lost every last one of its quarterbacks, and now has linebackers and running backs taking snaps.

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Johnny Football blacking out Snow Bowl '12

The man in black, Johnny Manziel, is not cooperating.

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Nick Saban is still short

Nick Saban short jokes are dangerous, but best when served by Alabama's starting quarterback

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Denard out

Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson is out with an undisclosed injury after suffering a hurt elbow last week.

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Packed house in Lexington...

It's that time of year: Kentucky fans can stop even pretending to care about football.

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LSU knows how to tailgate

Let's take a lap around the LSU-Alabama tailgates in Baton Rouge

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Texas A&M rocking the black

A quick preview of the Aggies uniform for Saturday from that one football guy.

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NFL Draft notes for Week 10 of college football

The college football schedule is headlined by primetime matchups in the Pac-12 and SEC.

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Look out, UGA: Ole Miss is dangerous

It hasn't taken Hugh Freeze long to make dramatic improvements at Ole Miss, mostly with junior college transfers and Houston Nutt's spare parts.

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Week 10 TV schedule: Bama-LSU, Oregon-USC and all

Believe it or not, there are things happening Saturday in college football besides Alabama-LSU and Oregon-USC. Lots of neat things! The complete Week 10 TV schedule is below.

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Oregon reveals all-white uniforms

Nike's showing off Oregon's special uniforms for this Saturday's USC game, which makes very little sense since Oregon always has special uniforms, but just go with it, man.

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3 charged Pitt players will play against Irish

Pitt's three players charged with assault will all play on Saturday against No. 3 Notre Dame. The three Pittsburgh Panthers in question are running back Ray Graham, receiver Devin Street and cornerback Lafayette Pitts. All three are starters and crucial to keeping this game competitive.

According to a statement from Pitt: "All three players will remain active members of our program while we gain more clarity on this situation."

The charges pertain to an Oct. 21 incident. The three players allegedly surrounded a man and one of them punched him in the head. They are being charged with simple assault and conspiracy.

Even with Graham, Street, and Pitts in the lineup, the Panthers are double-digit underdogs against the undefeated Fighting Irish. Graham leads the team in yards from scrimmage (866 yards), and Street is the team's leading receiver (695 yards). Pitts is second among all Pitt freshmen in tackles (21).

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Which games to watch on Saturday

Alabama-LSU and Oregon-USC are the two biggest games of the week in college football. But they're on at the same time. Which one should you make sure to focus on? Full Week 10 TV schedule here.

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USC can still ruin everything

As soon as the 2012 schedule came out, we pinpointed Oregon-USC as one half of the year's biggest Saturday. It could still might be remembered that way, but USC's going to have to bring its best game.

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Bama-LSU previewed by actual football player

SB Nation's Dan Rubenstein and Oregon OL Carson York break down the offensive and defensive line play of Alabama and LSU ahead of their big showdown on November 3, 2012.

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In-depth Oregon-USC preview video

SB Nation's Dan Rubenstein and the Pac-12 Network's Yogi Roth preview all things Oregon-USC ahead of Saturday night's mega-tilt in the LA Coliseum.

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Florida D could lose 2 to injury

Gators' head coach Will Muschamp announced Thursday that DT Leon Orr will be out Saturday, while starters Lerentee McCray and Xavier Nixon could also miss the game against Mizzou.

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Week 10 picks: Bama-LSU to do Bama-LSU things

Alabama-LSU, Nebraska-Michigan State, Pitt-Notre Dame, Texas A&M-Mississippi State and two Thursday night games headline this week's round of college football picks. A 7-2 Week 9 (+$480) brings the column back into the black at 60-54 (+$70) on the year. See also: Bill Connelly's formula picks every Week 10 game.

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Bama's better, but Les Miles lives for this

In college football, there's nothing more dangerous than a Mad Hatter with nothing to lose. Nothing except the Alabama Crimson Tide, anyway.

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Oregon Trail addiction claims another mascot

Oregon's mascot is tasked with laundry duty ahead of the Ducks' big game against USC, but the best-ever computer game about dysentery gets in the way. Then things get weirder!

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Inside Nick Saban's crazy birthday party

In case you were wondering, Nick Saban celebrated his birthday by being Nick Saban.

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LSU star to wear Lattimore's number

Sam Montgomery will be making one of the nicest gestures in recent sports memory on Saturday.

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Mississippi State adds #SNOWBOWL12 hashtag

Yes, Snow Bowl, for a game to be played in 80-degree weather. College football is the very best thing.

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CFB Hangout: Let's debate rankings!

Spencer Hall, Dan Rubenstein and Jason Kirk have some college football rankings to work through. Who's No. 2? Which of the big four has the best shot? And so forth!

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LSU's awesome Alabama game hype video

LSU's video people are pretty much the best in the business, and their video for this week's Alabama game shows why.

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Texas Tech claims entire Lone Star State

Hey, which state does Texas Tech play in? Their uniforms for this week's game against Texas will be happy to let you know, with the state flag, state borders and "LONE STAR" stepping in for the usual black and red.

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Texas LB Jordan Hicks may redshirt

Texas linebacker Jordan Hicks will miss his sixth consecutive game this Saturday due to a hip injury, and may be forced to take a medical redshirt if he does not improve.

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Top ASU defender could return soon

Good news all around for Sutton and Arizona State, as the defensive lineman could return this weekend (while also being named a Bednarik Award semifinalist).

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A.J. McCarron hurt, but should be ready for LSU

The Crimson Tide's star quarterback and wide receiver are expected to practice Tuesday.

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