September 15, 2012; Columbia, SC, USA; South Carolina Gamecocks wide receiver Ace Sanders (1) and wide receiver Damiere Byrd (3) celebrate a Sanders touchdown against the UAB Blazers in the second half at Williams-Brice Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Blake-US PRESSWIRE

College Football Saturday: Oregon Caps Night With Shutout Win

College football's fourth Saturday took a while to get going, but the evening portion included four games between ranked teams, with No. 4 Florida State pulling away against No. 10 Clemson and Oregon shutting out Arizona. Here's the Week 4 TV schedule. Check the national college football scoreboard right here, and look through SB Nation's many excellent college football blogs to find your team's community.

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This week in schadenfreude: Goodbye, Iowa

This Week In Schadenfreude collects the week's most deranged college football commetary. This time out, Iowa invents a pantheon of gods that hate them, Clemson MANS UP, Rich Rodriguez turns into the saddest muppet, Washington State fans think that's the worst thing they ever seen, and Arkansas fans get up to a quintuple facepalm. Armadillos are discussed again. College Football!


The SEC road trip: 9 states, lots of food

Bill Connelly, a Mizzou fan, attempted to take in just about all of his new conference in a single weekend. Roll with him through nine Southern states for a newcomer's look at the weirdest (and most edible) region in America.


BCS Standings Simulation, Week 5: Notre Dame Hype Won't Be With Us Long

We know what the BCS rankings would look like right now if they'd officially been made public yet. This week, the Notre Dame hype train keeps on clanging as Florida State crashes the top three.


BCS Eliminator: Boise State, overrated at last

Does your college football team still have a prayer of winning the national championship? Probably not. This week, the SEC, Big Ten and ACC dump a few more of their bodies in the creek.


Snap Judgments: Logjam behind Bama

Snap Judgments is back with looks at Florida State, Oregon, Oklahoma, Notre Dame, LSU, and the SEC.


Oregon Vs. Arizona Final Score: Ducks Crush Wildcats, 49-0

Oregon was everything they were expected to be. Emerging from the half up 10-0 on Arizona, the Ducks would go on to score 39 unanswered points.


Oregon Keeps On Innovating

One could call this a botched handoff. One would be wrong. This is the latest wrinkle in Oregon's offense, and it involves Colt Lyerla and Bryan Bennett scoring a touchdown at the same damn time.

Chip Kelly always keeps you guessing.

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Georgia Vs. Vanderbilt Final Score: Bulldogs Steamroll Commodores, 48-3

Running back Todd Gurley rushed for 130 yards and two touchdowns Saturday to help the No. 5-ranked Georgia Bulldogs steamroll the Vanderbilt Commodores, 48-3, in a Southeast Conference showdown at Sanford Stadium. The victory helped keep Georgia's record unblemished at 4-0 (2-0 SEC), while the Commodores dropped to 1-3 (0-2).

Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray completed 18 of 24 passes for 250 yards and two touchdowns, while running back Keith Marshall compiled 82 yards and two touchdowns.

The Bulldogs began the game with 27 unanswered points and carried a 27-3 lead into the halftime. Georgia cemented its win with three third-quarter touchdowns that capped the game's scoring.

The third-quarter scores helped the Bulldogs cover the 15-point spread, while the Commodores lone field goal, which came with 20 seconds to go in the first half, helped cover the over-under (50 points).

Next week, the Bulldogs will host the Tennessee Volunteers (3:30 p.m.), while Vanderbilt will have a bye.

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Rutgers Vs. Arkansas Final Score: Scarlet Knights Edge Razorbacks, 35-26

Gary Nova tossed for a career high 397 passing yards and five touchdowns Saturday to propel the visiting Rutgers Scarlet Knights past the Arkansas Razorbacks, 35-26, at Razorback Stadium. The victory helped Rutgers improve to 4-0, while the Razorbacks fell to 1-3.

The Scarlet Knights' solidifying score came on a 60-yard touchdown pass from Nova to wide receiver Mark Harrison, giving Rutgers a nine-point edge with 7:20 remaining in the game. The score snapped a streak of 12 unanswered points by the Razorbacks, who had cut the Scarlet Knights' lead to 28-26 with 8:19 to go in the fourth.

After Rutgers' final touchdown, Arkansas had a chance to respond, but quarterback Tyler Wilson was picked off by Rutgers' defensive back Duron Harmon on the drive's first play. From there, the Scarlet Knights' offense was able to drain the remaining 3:29 off the clock using running back Jawan Jamison, who ran the ball five times and was able to pick up a game-ending first down.

Overall, Nova completed 25 of 35 passes and didn't throw an interception to outduel Wilson, who finished 20-for-39 for 419 yards and three touchdowns, but also threw two interceptions.

Jamison rushed for his fifth straight 100-yard game, as he finished with 118 yards on 33 carries. Wide receiver Brandon Coleman caught a team-high six passes for 89 yards and two touchdowns for Rutgers. Harrison finished with four catches and 87 yards to help the Scarlet Knights cover the 8-1/2-point spread and easily make the over/under (50-1/2 points).

Meanwhile, wide receiver Cobi Hamilton was Arkansas' lone bright spot, as he finished the game with 10 catches for 303 receiving yards and three touchdowns.

Next week, Arkansas visits the Texas A&M Aggies, while Rutgers has a week off.

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Watch The 'Solid Verbal' Replay

It's the Solid Verbal, the world's finest college football audio show! With a heavily stocked evening slate of big games, plus noteworthy action all throughout Saturday, there's plenty for Dan Rubenstein and Ty Hildenbrandt to break down. Get involved at @SolidVerbal.


Malcolm Lewis Injury: Miami WR Dislocates Ankle

Miami Hurricanes freshman wide receiver Malcolm Lewis was carted off the field after suffering what is currently being called a dislocated ankle during Saturday afternoon's game against Georgia Tech.

The team is reporting that there was no compound fracture involved, and the ankle did not break through the skin.

Lewis had his ankle rolled up under a pile near the end of the first quarter. During the ruckus, Lewis' cleat seemed to twist in the opposite direction.

A team of trainers surrounded Lewis on the field to fix the separation and fit him with an air cast, preventing anyone from seeing the gruesome process. Miami head coach Al Golden got on his knees and embraced the pass-catcher on the ground before he was helped onto the cart.

Through the first three games of the season, Lewis had caught seven passes for 61 yards and one touchdown. He had one reception for 12 yards on the day before going down with the injury.

For more updates and continued Hurricanes coverage, head on over to the Seventh Floor.


Rootability, Week 4: The Battle Of The Columbias

You don't have a rooting interest in every Week 4 college football game. That's fine. That's where we come in.


Control Your Remote: How To Operate Your TV On Saturday

In Week 4, Florida State finally gets a test in Clemson. Can the 'Noles and Tigers play the great game fans are expecting?


Clemson Vs. Florida State: The Real ACC Championship Game?

Florida State's dominance in 2012 has been absolute, but on Saturday, will the Seminoles be ready to dominate what might be the best opponent they play all year?


Arizona Will Be Destroyed: College Football Betting Picks, Week 4

Will Oregon put away Arizona early? Should you lay two touchdowns with Florida State over Clemson? Find out in our Week 4 college football betting picks!


SEC Road Trip! A Southern Football Crash Course

It's time to make a really, really stupid road trip and get to know The South.


Watch 'Shutdown Fullback' Preview Clemson-Florida State And More!

The world's only college football show is now set to become the first ever production of any kind to talk about an ACC football game!

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