College Football Today


— Seth Doege, Texas Tech, passed for six TDs and a career-high 499 yards in the Red Raiders' 49-14 upset of No. 5 West Virginia.

— Montee Ball, Wisconsin, ran for a career-high 247 yards and three TDs to help the Badgers beat Purdue 38-14. He is now is alone in third place in NCAA history with 72 career TDs.

— Eddie Lacy, Alabama, had a career-best 177 yards on 18 carries and three TDs in the top-ranked Crimson Tide's 42-10 win over Missouri.

— Tyler Wilson, Arkansas, was 23 of 31 passing for 372 yards and a career-high five TDs in a 49-7 win over Kentucky.

— Jeff Driskel, Florida, ran for three TDs and 177 yards on 11 carries to break a school record for a quarterback and help the fourth-ranked Gators beat Vanderbilt 31-17.

— Denard Robinson, Michigan, threw two TD passes, ran for two more scores and had 287 total yards to lead the No. 25 Wolverines in a 45-0 win over Illinois.

— EJ Manuel, Florida State, threw for a career-high 439 yards and four TDs as the 12th-ranked Seminoles rebounded from their first loss of the season with a 51-7 victory over Boston College.

— Collin Klein, Kansas State, ran for 105 yards and three TDs, and the sixth-ranked Wildcats held off Iowa State 27-21.

— Trevone Boykin, TCU, threw for 261 yards and four TDs in the Horned Frogs' 49-21 win at Baylor.

— Cody Vaz, Oregon State, passed for 332 yards and three TDs in his first start since high school to help the No. 10 Beavers beat Brigham Young 42-24.

— Senorise Perry, Louisville, rushed for 101 yards and a career-high four TDs to help the No. 18 Cardinals race by Pittsburgh 45-35.

— Stefphon Jefferson, Nevada, rushed for 185 yards and three TDs to help the Wolf Pack overcome a 17-point halftime deficit and defeat UNLV 42-37.

— Shane Carden, East Carolina, threw for 308 yards and 5 TDs in a 41-7 win over Memphis.

— Cary Grossart, Northern Arizona, threw for 363 yards and four TDs in a 45-38 win over North Dakota.

— Clayton Moore, Jackson State passed for 269 yards and two scores and ran for 131 yards and three more TDs in a 37-34 victory over Alabama State.

— Chris Amrhein, Cornell, stepped in for injured Jeff Mathews and threw for 523 yards, second-most in school history, in a 41-38 win over Monmouth (N.J.).

— Bo Wallace, Mississippi, scored four TDs rushing, passing and receiving as the Rebels snapped a 16-game SEC losing streak with a 41-20 win over Auburn.

— Dri Archer, Kent State, rushed for 222 yards, including an explosive 87-yard TD late, and completed a trick 24-yard touchdown pass in a 31-17 win over Army.

— Lanny Funsten, Davidson, caught 17 passes to break the Pioneer Football League single-game record and had 246 yards receiving in a 34-24 loss to Jacksonville.

— Andy Vailas, New Hampshire, threw for three TDs and rushed for another in a 44-40 win over Richmond.



4_Kick returns for scores this season by Marcus Murphy, setting a Missouri single-season record. He returned a kickoff 98 yards for a TD in the second quarter against No. 1 Alabama.

16_Straight wins by Penn over Columbia after a 24-20 victory.

18_Plays of 15 yards or more by Texas Tech in its 49-14 upset of No. 5 West Virginia.

47_Career TD passes by Eastern Kentucky's T.J. Pryor, breaking Jim Guice's school record. Pryor also broke Josh Greco's school record of 478 career completions.

402_Career points by Florida State kicker Dustin Hopkins, most in the Atlantic Coast Conference and fifth in NCAA history.

467_Yards rushing by Wisconsin in a rainy 38-14 win over Purdue.



Notre Dame knew what was coming. Stanford doesn't get cute inches from the goal line.

And after three years of getting pushed around by the Cardinal, the Fighting Irish pushed back, winning the most important shoving match they've had all season.

Or did they?

A wall of Notre Dame defenders stopped Stepfan Taylor inches from the goal line on fourth down in overtime and the seventh-ranked Irish remained unbeaten with a 20-13 victory against the No. 17 Cardinal on a soggy day in South Bend.

Taylor kept reaching and turning with bodies underneath him, and his knee never did hit the ground before reaching the ball across the goal line. But the officials ruled it was too late. The whistle had blown, and that meant the play was stopped.

The celebration had to wait for a replay review. The call stood. Irish fans who weren't already on the field spilled out of the stands, and Notre Dame's national title hopes remained alive. The Irish are 6-0 for the first time since 2002.



Minnesota football coach Jerry Kill's seizure problems returned Saturday, hospitalizing the coach shortly after he gave his postgame press conference following a 21-13 loss to Northwestern.

Kill met with the media and answered questions for about 10 minutes after the game, looking healthy and strong. But moments after returning to the locker room, school officials said he had another seizure.

Team medical staff attended to him immediately, and an ambulance arrived at TCF Bank Stadium quickly after the seizure. Kill was taken to a hospital, where he was alert and resting comfortably, according to a news release issued by the school about two hours after the game.

It's latest in a long line of problems with seizures for Kill. He suffered several of them last season in his first year at Minnesota, most notably on the sideline during a loss to New Mexico State in September.



When Bob Stoops starts to rattle off the scores of the big wins he's brought home for Oklahoma in the Red River Rivalry, they all start to sound alike — and oh, that's so sweet for the Sooners.

Damien Williams broke off a 95-yard touchdown run for the longest rush in the rivalry's history, Blake Bell powered his way in for four TDs and No. 13 Oklahoma beat No. 15 Texas 63-21 for its second straight blowout in the series.

Stoops is now 9-5 against Mack Brown and responsible for three of Oklahoma's five most lopsided wins over Texas — and that doesn't include last year's 55-17 clobbering.

Put this one right up there with 65-13 in 2003 and 63-14 in 2000, both seasons when the Sooners played for the national championship.



Tennessee-Martin's Derek Carr threw for seven touchdowns against Murray State.

It wasn't even most in the game.

Putting on a spectacular offensive show, the Skyhawks outlasted Murray State 66-59 behind Carr's 560 yards and seven scoring passes.

Murray State's Casey Brockman topped Carr in TD passes, throwing for eight while while completing 45 of 67 passes for 537 yards. Carr completed 42 of 46 passes.

DJ McNeil's 9-yard scoring run with 1:19 remaining — the only rushing touchdown of the game — gave UTM a 66-52 lead, and it held on despite Brockman's final touchdown pass with 3 seconds left.

The Skyhawks' 28-10 lead after one quarter marked the fifth time in six years that the winner of this game had 28 points in the first quarter.