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Thursday night college football: UCLA-Utah, Texas-Iowa State kick off Week 6

Texas survives Ames in controversial fashion, No. 12 UCLA outlasts Utah, and WKU looks like a Sun Belt contender. Full Week 6 TV schedule here.

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MIke Davis 'reprimanded' for Iowa State hit

The Texas wide receiver will miss not time after a targeted low blow against the Cyclones, unless Texas decides to suspend him.

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Big 12 on Texas fumble: 'No indisputable evidence'

The conference has issued a statement following the controversial ending to Thursday night's game.

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Texas, UCLA survive Thursday night

The Bruins and Longhorns escape with tight road victories, and the fans are concerned about their performances.

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UCLA OT White out with broken ankle

Bad news for the Bruins, who lose a key contributor on the offensive line.

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Should Big 12 take action against Davis?

After a targeted low blow on an Iowa State defender, could the Texas wide receiver be reprimanded by the conference?

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UCLA holds on to beat Utah, 34-27

The Bruins won their Pac-12 opener with a tough road battle with Utah in Salt Lake City.

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Video: Iowa State coach blisters Big 12 refs

Iowa State's emotional head coach might've just reached a new level of emotion. And deservedly so.

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Western Kentucky coasts past UL-Monroe

Bobby Petrino's team looks like a Sun Belt contender after blowing out ULM.

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Texas survives in Ames, ekes out 31-30 win

Mack Brown's seat remains white hot, but the Longhorns survive Thursday night in Ames.

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Iowa State screwed by fumble call?

Texas took a 31-30 lead in Ames with seconds left, two plays after appearing to cough the ball up to Iowa State.

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Horrific cheap shot by Texas WR

Texas wide receiver Mike Davis remained in the game against Iowa State despite doing this following a Joe Bergeron touchdown:

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Via Landthieves.com

Texas was flagged 15 yards, and Mack Brown complained about the penalty, which indicates Mack Brown did not see exactly what happened. Expect Mike Davis to miss some time against Oklahoma.

For as much concern as college football has justifiably expressed in trying new rules in order to combat the sport's concussion problem, it should have rules just as severe for plays like this. A potential life-changing injury was the worst-case result of this completely pointless decision by Davis.

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Hail Mary gives Texas halftime lead over ISU

This was starting to feel like one of those Paul Rhoads games, and then Texas got a stroke of luck at the close of the first half.

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Temporary UCLA-Utah SNOW ALERT

From two hours before kickoff in Salt Lake City:

However, it appears to be some sort of desert aberration:

Still! A threat of snow on Oct. 3! That's something, Utah. That's really something.

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How to watch Texas vs. Iowa State

As Texas sorts out its quarterback situation, Iowa State enters as about a one-score underdog.

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How to watch UCLA at Utah

A cold and dreary night is perfect for Thursday football between two high-powered Pac-12 foes.

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