12th week college football There have been some exciting games this season, and there’s plenty more to come when it all comes to an end on Saturday night.
Currently, No. 10 Utah is trying to beat No. 12 Oregon for the third time in the last two seasons in a rematch of last year’s Pac-12 Championship Game.
Earlier, Oklahoma got revenge on No. 22 Oklahoma State in the Bedlam series after losing to their archrival last season, and No. 7 defeated No. 16 UCLA in the Rose Bowl.
Elsewhere, No. 4 TCU scored against Baylor to end its unbeaten streak. Michigan, the No. 3 seed in the Big Ten, also had a last-second win over Illinois State and No. 2 Ohio State beat Maryland. No. 9 Clemson beat Miami and Texas knocked off Kansas on the road.
Here are the best plays from Saturday!
No. 10 Utah and No. 12 Oregon
The duck goes up
Oregon got on the board first when Mar’Keys Irving opened the game with a 10-yard touchdown run and a 79-yard touchdown run.
QB Bo Nix then connected with Biletnikoff Award hopeful Troy Franklin to extend the Ducks’ lead.
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No. 7 USC 48, No. 16 UCLA 45
The Bruins will bat first
UCLA QB Dorian Thompson-Robinson got it The Bruins themselvesthe home team taking an early lead.
He then showed off his arm strength on a 30-yard field goal in UCLA’s second quarter.
UCLA’s Dorian Thompson-Robinson launched a 30-yard TD
UCLA’s Dorian Thompson-Robinson found Michael Ezekiel for a 30-yard touchdown to give USC a 14-0 lead.
USC regained some momentum in the second quarter, getting three points to keep the Bruins close.
USC QB Caleb Williams got the momentum going before halftime with a big throw. It helped to set it up another Trojan hit Keeping the Bruins within reach as the half hour approached.
USC took its first lead of the game in the third quarter when Williams found Jordan Addison for a 35-yard TD.
Caleb Williams found Jordan Addison in the third quarter
USC’s Caleb Williams found Jordan Addison for a 35-yard touchdown.
There were six more shots between the two teams that came down to the wire. In the end, the Trojans sealed the deal with a late interception on a UCLA punt downfield.
Oklahoma 28, No. 22 Oklahoma State 13
In the dust
Drake Stoops burned his coverage and dived to the 1-yard line to set up Oklahoma’s first score of the game.
Man of the hour
Not long after, QB Dillon Gabriel threw two more touchdowns in the first quarter to give Oklahoma a 28-0 lead, but Oklahoma State never found its footing.
Texas 55, Kansas 14
Place an order
Bijan Robinson broke into the end zone on a 2-yard run to put Texas on the board.
Then the Longhorns’ star running back fell behind him second strike of the gameRun into the end zone for no impact to make it 14-0.
Bijan Robinson scores on a 2-yard TD run
Texas RB Bijan Robinson runs for a 2-yard score to give Kansas the lead.
Keilan Robinson completed a 15-yard screen pass to extend Texas’ lead to 24-0.
Quinn Evers connects with Keilan Robinson for a 15-yard TD
Texas QB Quinn Ewers connected with Kaylan Robinson for a 15-yard score.
Bijan Robinson completed his hat-trick with one run 1 yard score as time expired in the first half.
Then the Longhorns’ standout broke up a pair of tackles, fumbled and turned on the jets for a 32-yard run for his fourth score of the game, as Texas ran away with the win.
Bijan Robinson broke free for his fourth TD of the game
Bijan Robinson cut inside and took a 32-yarder on the fourth play of the game to give the Longhorns a 38-0 Kansas lead.
No. 2 Ohio State 43, Maryland 30
Ohio State’s star receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. made a 30-yard interception down the sideline that gave the Buckeyes a 7-0 lead.
Terps on top of the half
Taulia Tagovailoa found CJ Dippre in the back of the end zone to give Maryland a 13-10 lead.
After struggling to move the ball in the first half, things turned around in the second half when Ohio State shut down the play in Maryland territory. It was Lathan Ransom’s second straight hitting game. Two plays later, Ohio State scored to go up 17-13.
Find their groove
With multiple injuries at running back, Ohio State turned to Dallan Hayden, who scored his second touchdown to make the lead 27-13.
Maryland’s QB kept the ball to himself for a TD. After a successful two-point conversion, the deficit was cut to 27-21.
Three are for backup RBs
Hayden added his third touchdown after a Maryland score that briefly put the Buckeyes up by 12. However, the Terps blocked the PAT and drove all the way for two points to make it a 10-point game.
Tagovailoa’s fourth field goal, with his eyes wide and eyes wide, drove down the sideline to cut Ohio State’s lead to 33-30, but it wasn’t enough to mount a comeback.
#9 Clemson 40, Miami (FL) 10
Can’t fight DJ
DJ Uigalelei scampered into the end zone to extend Clemson’s lead to 14-0.
With Clemson facing Miami, Luke Price opened up a goal line pass to make it 24-0 and an easy home win.
No. 4 TCU 29, Baylor 28
Qualan Jones capped Baylor’s first drive with a 10-yard run into the end zone.
Qualan Jones burst through the TCU defense for a 10-yard rushing TD
Qualan Jones was unstoppable as his 10-yard scoring run early in the first quarter gave Baylor a 7-0 lead over TCU.
The ground game is strong
TCU QB Max Duggan has made a name for himself all season with his hands-on plays. However, at the end of the first quarter, the Horned Frogs had their legs to tie the game.
Max Duggan catches him for a 7-yard TD
Max Duggan had a run of his own to tie the game against Baylor for TCU.
However, things didn’t last long as Kelsey Johnson ran down the field the opposite way and went for a run. 2-yard touchdown Giving the lead back to Baylor.
Immediately after Baylor’s second score of the game, Duggan connected with Tay Barber for a nearly 80-yard reception that set up running back Kendre Miller for a touchdown a few plays later.
Baylor tried to score just before halftime. But TCU defensive back Bud Clark had other plans. get a ticket in the end zone to tie the game heading into halftime.
Baylor then had an interception of its own after TCU’s star QB attempted a field goal to break a 14-14 tie. Instead, the Bears got the ball.
Duggan threw a 26-yard touchdown pass to Gunnar Henderson to give the Horned Frogs their first lead of the game.
Max Duggan found Gunnar Henderson for a 26-yard TD
Max Duggan leads Gunnar Henderson with a 26-yarder.
The bear went back to the top
After one run earlier, Johnson held the goal line tight to give the Bears the lead early in the fourth quarter.
Then Baylor RB Richard Reese punched one into the end zone 1-yard touchdown Baylor’s lead was extended to 28-20.
Crazy fight to kick for victory!
Emary Demercado ran into the end zone with ease 3 meter score Baylor’s lead was cut to 28-26 with just under two minutes remaining, but TCU was unable to tie the game on a 2-point foul.
TCU tested its own punt by calling a third-and-long with just 22 seconds left. However, Griffin Kell stayed cool and composed and rallied to block a field goal as time expired to keep the Horned Frogs undefeated.
#3 Michigan 19, Illinois 17
Michigan running back and Heisman hopeful Blake Corum hit multiple defenders for 35 yards on the first play of the game and later put the Wolverines up 7-0.
As Michigan looked to score for the second time of the game, Corum fumbled. grabbed his left knee then remained on the turf for a few moments before leaving the field.
Corum has been cleared to return after undergoing tests on his left knee during the break. He returned from scrimmage in the second half on Michigan’s second play and carried the ball 5 yards.
It was Corum’s only second-half touchdown, but the status quo is in trouble for next week’s meeting with Ohio State (Saturday, 12 p.m. ET, FOX).
Let’s have an evening
Illinois finally got into the end zone midway through the third quarter when Chase Brown fumbled. 8 meter score To make it a 10-10 game. Brown then ran for a 37-yard touchdown to give Illinois a 17-10 lead and Michigan’s first fourth-quarter loss of the season.
Jake Moody nailed a 35-yard field goal Completing Michigan’s comeback.
BEST OF OTHERS:
Vanderbilt’s 31-24 loss against Florida on Saturday gave the Commodores their second win over the Gators in 32 games.
1st recruit with best performances
Travis Hunter was scoring on both sides of the ball for Jackson State in his college coaching role. The freshman posed for a photo before making the spectacular shot.
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