Week 11 college football final scores: Manziel, Nebraska highlight afternoon

Scott Halleran

Johnny Manziel put on a show at Kyle Field—perhaps for the last time—and the balance of power stayed more or less static across college football as the afternoon came and left without a major upset.

Here are the results of the early and afternoon games here in Week 11; as more games go final they'll be added to the list. You can also check out the scoreboard for live results here, and click for full recaps where available.

Ranked Games

No. 2 Florida State 59, Wake Forest 3 | Full Recap

Florida State celebrated its suddenly clear path to the BCS National Championship by beating the living daylights out of Wake Forest. At one point in the second half, FSU had twice as many interceptions as Wake Forest had completions, and the FSU defense scored on two consecutive plays from scrimmage in the victory. Famous Jameis Winston had a quiet day, but it's hard to make noise when your defense is making all the big plays for itself.

No. 5 Stanford 26, No. 3 Oregon 20 (Thurs.) | Full Recap

The game of the week—at least until further notice, but it'll probably hold up through the night—saw Stanford shut the Duck offense down for nearly the entire game, then hold on for dear life down the stretch. With that, Oregon's title dreams are effectively dead, and Stanford can wonder what might have been. Tyler Gaffney was unstoppable in the win, logging 45 (!) carries for 157 yards, a touchdown and 14 total first downs.

No. 6 Baylor 41, No. 10 Oklahoma 12 (Thurs.) | Full Recap

Baylor also announced its intentions to challenge for the BCS National Championship by laying waste to visiting Oklahoma on Thursday night. Oklahoma couldn't move the ball with any sort of competency, and Baylor shook off a slow start and injuries, including one to star tailback Lache Seastrunk, to pull away from the visiting Sooners.

No. 8 Missouri 48, Kentucky 17 | Full Recap

Mizzou WR Dorial Green-Beckham was the star of the show in this one, grabbing four touchdowns, including this ridiculous score. The Tigers move to 9-1 (5-1) on the season and still control their destiny for a SEC Championship berth.

No. 9 Auburn 55, Tennessee 23 | Full Recap

Auburn weathered a feisty effort from Tennessee in the first half and pulled away for the big win. QB Nick Marshall shredded Tennessee's defense for 214 yards rushing, and RB Tre Mason registered his second straight season with over 1,000 yards rushing in the win.

No. 14 Oklahoma State 42, Kansas 6 | Full Recap

OSU opened up a 28-0 lead on Kansas before the half and never looked back in the Cowboys' easiest win of the Big 12 slate. Clint Chelf threw for three scores in the win, and OSU's defense harassed KU into a 10-25, 114-yard performance with one interception.

No. 15 Texas A&M 51, Mississippi State 41 | Full Recap

In A&M's last home game of the season—and perhaps Johnny Manziel's last career performance at Kyle Field—Manziel threw for five touchdowns and 446 yards in a slugfest with visiting Mississippi State. Don't let the score fool you; A&M dominated this game.

No. 20 Louisville 31, Connecticut 10 (Fri.) | Full Recap

Louisville coasted to an easy win over the bumbling Huskies, blocking a punt for a score and taking a pick to the house as well. The Cardinal offense stalled out a little too often, and over 100 yards in penalties didn't help, but UConn didn't even belong on the same field.

No. 22 Arizona State 20, Utah 19 | Full Recap

Arizona State kept its Pac-12 South lead intact with a wild rally at Utah. ASU scored 13 points in the last quarter, including a go-ahead touchdown with only 2:37 left on the clock.

No. 24 Wisconsin 27, BYU 17 | Full Recap

Wisconsin moved to 7-2 on the season with a comfortable win over bowl-bound BYU at Camp Randall. James White had one of the best games of his career with 194 total yards from scrimmage and three touchdowns, and BYU was down by double digits throughout the second half.

Kansas State 49, No. 25 Texas Tech 26 | Full Recap

Kansas State demolished Texas Tech in front of a stunned crowd in Lubbock as the Wildcats dominated on the ground (291 yards, five TDs) and in the turnover game (three takeaways, zero giveaways). TTU has now lost three straight with Baylor up next.

Other scores

Vanderbilt 34, Florida 17 | Full Recap

Will Muschamp's seat is suddenly boiling-lava hot after Florida got throttled at home by mediocre Vanderbilt. Florida's woes stemmed from four turnovers (and none taken away), and without any playmakers on offense, that's just no way to win in the SEC.

Ole Miss 34, Arkansas 24 | Full Recap

Bo Wallace bombed on the Razorback secondary with 407 yards and three touchdowns in the Rebels' victory, and with the win Ole Miss will be heading to a bowl game. Kudos to Hugh Freeze keeping his young team playing at a high level.

Minnesota 24, Penn State 10 | Full Recap

The Golden Gophers' breakout season continues with yet another legitimate win, this time coming against a solid visiting Penn State team. Philip Nelson led the Gophers with 186 yards passing and two total touchdowns, and the 8-2 Gophers are a good candidate to crack the Top 25 this week.

Nebraska 17, Michigan 13 | Full Recap

The Nebraska Cornhuskers put together one of their best defensive performances of the season and delivered the first home loss of Brady Hoke's Michigan career. With the win, Nebraska still controls its own destiny as it heads toward a Legends Division showdown with Michigan State.

USC 62, California 28 | Full Recap

USC continued its march back toward relevance in the Pac-12 South by crushing California. Nelson Agholor returned two punts for touchdowns and the Trojans blocked another punt for a third score, tying the NCAA record, and both Javorius Allen and Ty Isaac rushed for a pair of scores in the win.

AAC

Cincinnati 28, SMU 25 | Full Recap
Memphis 21, UT-Martin (FCS) 6

ACC

North Carolina 45, Virginia 14 | Full Recap
Syracuse 20, Maryland 3 | Full Recap
Boston College 48, New Mexico State (Ind.) 34 | Full Recap
Duke 38, NC State 20 | Full Recap

Big Ten

Iowa 38, Purdue 14 | Full Recap
Indiana 52, Illinois 35 | Full Recap

Big 12

TCU 21, Iowa State 17 | Full Recap

C-USA

Marshall 56, UAB 14
UTSA 10, Tulane 7
North Texas 41, UTEP 7
East Carolina 58, Tulsa 24
Middle Tennessee State 48, FIU 0

MAC

Bowling Green 45, Miami University 3 (Tues.) | Full Recap
Buffalo 30, Ohio 3 (Tues.) | Full Recap
Ball State 44, Central Michigan 24 (Wed.) | Full Recap
Eastern Michigan 35, Western Michigan 32 | Full Recap

MWC

New Mexico 45, Air Force 37 (Fri.)
Colorado State 38, Nevada 17
Navy (Ind.) 42, Hawaii 28

SEC

Georgia 45, Appalachian State (FCS) 6 | Full Recap

Sun Belt

UL Lafayette 41, Troy 36 (Thurs.)
Western Kentucky 21, Army (Ind.) 17

The rest of the schedule

7 p.m. ET Southern Miss, 0-8 Louisiana Tech, 3-5 CBS SN
7 p.m. ET Virginia Tech, 6-3 No. 11 Miami, 7-1 ESPN
7 p.m. ET Houston, 7-1 No. 21 UCF, 6-1 ESPN2
7 p.m. ET Arkansas State, 4-4 ULM, 5-4 ESPN3.com
7 p.m. ET Texas, 6-2 West Virginia, 4-5 FOX
8 p.m. ET No. 13 LSU, 7-2 No. 1 Alabama, 8-0 CBS
8 p.m. ET No. 23 Notre Dame, 7-2 Pittsburgh, 4-4 ABC
8 p.m. ET Utah State, 5-4 UNLV, 5-4 ESPNU
8 p.m. ET Colorado, 3-5 Washington, 5-3 Pac-12 Networks
10 p.m. ET No. 19 UCLA, 6-2 Arizona, 6-2 ESPN
10:15 p.m. ET No. 16 Fresno State, 8-0 Wyoming, 4-4 ESPN2
10:30 p.m. ET San Diego State, 4-4 San Jose State, 5-3 CBS SN

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