College Football: Michigan defeated Army in two OTs; LSU prevailed in Texas


Jake Moody scored a field goal from 43 yards and forced a loose ball for a 2421 dual win over No. 7 Michigan and Army on Saturday.

The Wolverines (2–0) did not take the lead until the second extra period and would have lost at the end of regulation for the Black Knights (1–1) if Cole Talley had kicked from 50 yards that would have been right. L on the post. Of

This was the second consecutive year when the American Military Academy. you you. He was the first to defeat the top 10 teams in more than half a century. The Black Knights pushed No. 5 Oklahoma to overtime on the road last year before losing 28-21. Senna had since won 10 straight, a race that most college football programs barely closed.

"We made offensive mistakes throughout the football game: penalties, turnovers, and turnovers," Michigan coach Jim Harbo said. "The defense was not the best position, but they played very well."

During overtime at the quiet Big House, Black Knights quarterback Calvin Hopkins ran for six yards of touchdowns and Michigan led the game with Zach Charbonnet's third touchdown. Hopkins was fired to end the game in the second overtime and lost a loose ball.

Michigan threw the ball down twice for the fourth time, even in the fourth when Harbor opted for a 36-yard field goal.

The Black Knights seemed to have a stronger and better team for the afternoon, executing their triple-option effectively and making fewer mistakes.

Army's Sandone McCoy scored on a one-yard touchdown in the first quarter after Patterson lost a loose ball in his first trip. The Wolverines responded with a touch of Charbonnet two yards out, resulting in a 7 to tie.

Michigan sprinter Ben Vansameran lost a loose ball and the Black Knights took advantage, taking the lead in a Hopkins yard TD run.

Hopkins threw a badly timed pass from the Michigan five-yard line on third-and-five, and Lavert Hill interrupted it early in the third quarter. Michigan took full advantage of the opportunity with the ball, completing a 12-play course with four bonnet yard touchdown runs to gain a 14-game lead.

No. 6 LSU 45, No. 9 Texas at 38: Joe Burrow passed for 471 yards and four touchdowns, with a 61-yard pass with Justin Jefferson with 2:27 remaining and the Tigers (2-0) winning the Wild Longhorns. (1–1).

The biggest conference-free game in Austin, Texas, No. 1 came to the city since Ohio State in 2006, one of the most awaited clashes of the season and kept its promise. Texas bounced back from a 20-7 half-time deficit and the teams exchanged seven touchdowns in the second half.

Barrow and Sam Ehlinger of Texas removed the stronghold in the will. LSU didn't hold it until Texas stayed inches away from covering a sidekick after its final touchdown with 22 seconds remaining.

Jefferson had three touchdown catches. His deciding factor came after the third and the Longhorns moved away from the Longhorns, which was good enough for an effort before Jefferson slipped and knocked down the sideline.

Barrow is the only 400 LSU quarterback to pass for 400 yards and his first since 2001.

Ehlinger passed for 401 yards and Longhorn's four touchdowns.

No. 1 Clemson 24, No. 12 Texas A&M 10: Trevor Lawrence threw for one touchdown and ran for another, and the Tigers (2-0) won the Aegis (1-1) with a dominant win over the game Scored his 17th. In Clemson, S.C.

Texas A&M spoke of being upset all week and thought it would be the most serious test for the defending national champion. Instead, Clemson dramatized, stretched and created terrible pressure on A&M junior quarterback Kellyanne Mond.

The decisive win tied the Tigers in their best round of success, including the 2014 and 2015 seasons. He also left an important question in college football: who can stop these boys?

Clemson will be a double-digit favorite for the rest of the season of the Atlantic Coast Conference and varsity American football tiebreaker for the remainder of their regular effort to achieve a fifth consecutive title.

No. 2 Alabama 62, New Mexico State 10: Tua Tagovelloa went through three touchdowns and went 25 yards for a quarter, all in the first half when the Crimson Tide (2–0) won (0–2). Reached Jigs. )

Alabama went into the race starting the first game of the game when Henry Ruggs III picked up aside and ran 75 yards for a touchdown. The situation in New Mexico did not improve after that, contributing to thousands of vacant seats at Bryant-Denny Stadium.

Crimson Tide wide receiver Jerry Z tied the school record with three touchdown catches, including 21, 23 and 19 yards. He caught eight passes for 103 yards in his second big straight game.

Georgia 63 at No. 3, Morena State 17: D & Swift ran for two touchdowns, Jacom threw for 166 yards and a score, and the Bulldogs raced to a championship wing of the football blowout in the second quarter Was continued.

Georgia started off slow as temperatures rose in the mid-1990s and gave Morena State a long touch at 7, after giving a down pass Gone in the second quarter. But the Bulldogs eventually burst through a 35-point interception in the second period.

Onam and most of the headlines were able to take the rest of the day, giving Georgia some of their young prospects the chance to make their first comprehensive-time.

Oklahoma 70 at No. 4, South Dakota 14: Jalen Hurts for 259 yards and three touchdowns in just two quarters, and the Sunsan FCS move to the Coyotes.

It was Oklahoma's highest point since a win over North Texas in 2007. In 2007 Sidi Lamb caught six catches for 144 yards and a touchdown, and Ramondre Stevenson scored 104 yards and the Sooners (2–0). He won 733 yards against the Coyotes (0-2).

Austin Simmons rushed for 244 yards and South Dakota had two touchdowns but threw two interceptions.

At No. 5 Ohio State 42, Cincinnati 0: Justin Fields went through two touchdowns and ran for two more points when Buckeye outscored the Bearcats. JK Dobins ran for 141 yards and two touchdowns, all in the first half when Ohio State (2-0) demolished Cincinnati on Luke Fickel's return to Ohio Stadium. The third-year Bearcats coach played at Ohio State and then spent the year as an assistant and interim coach on the other side of the band in 2011.

Bayalkat (1-1) entered with confidence after an opening-week win over UCLA, but his chances of defeating Ohio State for the first time in 122 years were shattered when Justin Fields ran in the middle for a touchdown. Seven yards. The Buckeyes went into the second unit of the game. By halftime, it was 28–0.

Ohio State's defense kept Cincinnati under pressure and closed the door with a blocked field goal, an interception and a touchback attempt on all three occasions, threatening the Bearcats. The Buckeyes fired quarterback Desmond Ritter five times.

Auburn 24 at No. 10, Tulane 6: Bo Nucks threw for 207 yards and a touchdown, the Tigers went for 17.5 yards after accumulating just 20 in the first half and over Auburn's defense in a win over the Green Wave Dominated. done.

Already making a slow start and low energy with a broken clock, the teams combined for 86 yards of offense in the first nine units, with Tulane hitting a field goal in his opening series and Auburn (2 -0) lost their loose ball. Second.

After Tulane's first score, Auburn's defense blocked the Green Wave (1-1), allowing at least three yards on the next four possessions.

No. 11 Florida 45, Tennessee-Martin at 0: Elusive wide receiver Kadaris Toney and fast cornerback CJ Henderson conceded defeat in the first half and did not rebound (1-) in the Gutter victory over the Skyhawks of the lower division.

Tony was hit on the left arm at the end of the first quarter, left the field due to pain and eventually went to the locker room for further evaluation. Henderson injured his left ankle while covering a receiver in the second quarter, limped into the locker room and came back with a running boot and crutch.

Florida (2–0) barely lost anyone against the Skyhawks (1–1), which fell 0–10 against SEC teams and failed to cover the 44½ point margin. But the Gators know that without two excellent players in league play would be a blow to both sides of the ball.

Felipe Franks completed 25 of 27 passes in 15 starts at the game, including 270 yards and two touchdowns.

At No. 15 Penn State 65, Buffalo 13: Sean Clifford threw for 2 and 3 yards and four touchdowns, and the Nittany Lions overcame a half-time deficit to defeat the Bulls.

With a 10-7 record in the half, Penn State (1-0) took an all-time lead when John Reid ran a 37-yard interception for a touchdown in the third.

Jeter Patterson led Buffalo (1-1) with 75 yards on 23 carries. Matt Myers was 16 for 236 yards with a touchdown pass.

No. 1 Taylor Wisconsin 41, Central Michigan 0: Jonathan Taylor ran for three touchdowns and caught the second, Quintz Safe scored his first two touchdowns of the season, and the Badgers moved to Chippewas.

While Wisconsin (2-0) had 599 yards of total offense, Central Michigan (1-1) managed just 58 yards and three first attempts. Chippewas quarterback Quinton Doormady completed five of 12 passes for 36 yards and was ruled out by Badgers linebacker Jack Jackburn.

Cefas finished with six receptions for 130 yards, the two highest of his career, and tied with his double-digits.

The junior catcher did not play last year after being fired from school on charges of sexual abuse. He was acquitted by a jury last month, reinstated by school officials and found himself academically eligible for the first game of St. Week in Florida. Last week, Cephas Harry was caught for 39 yards in the Badgers' 49–0 win.

Taylor averaged 102 yards on the field, marking 100 yards on the field for the 24th time in 29 career games.

Central Florida 48, No. 18 in Florida Atlantic 14: Dillon Gabriel scored 19 of seven in his first opening but threw a 57 and 74-yard touchdown pass, and the Knights (2-0) made it to 24 matches this season. Created a winning order. Yee Streak expanded with victory over Ovals (0-2) at Boca Raton, Florida's.

The game was called off due to lightning falling in the area with 4:20 to play.

Gabriel also added 45 and 32 yards more than compensation for his consistent failures. The new player's left hand ran 24 times for 245 aerial yards, 35 per finish, and 19 yards and a score.

UCF threw for a total of 574 yards and reached the 30-point mark for the 28th consecutive game, the longest streak since at least 1936. Florida Atlantic disappointed the local crowd of 30,811, the largest in the program's history. The Owls never beat the top 25 teams in 15 attempts.

At No. 20 Iowa 30, Rutgers 0: Nate Stanley threw for 236 yards and three touchdowns when the Hawkeyes won their first Big Ten game. New Jersey native Amir Smith-Market caught two touchdown passes for Iowa (2-0, 1-0 Big Ten), allowing only 14 points in two matches before a rivalry match at Iowa State No. 25 the following week.

Stanley found Smith-Markit and Tyrone Tracy for touchdowns in the first half, giving Iowa a 20–0 lead by halftime. Stanley is 27-0 for 23 yards with Smith-Market. Smith-Market finished with 113 yards.

The Iowa defense overtook the Rutgers (1-1, 0-1), who scored 48 points in their first game at UMass. The Scarlet Knights won only 125 yards, kicked 10 times and ran three times.

63 at Maryland, No. 21 Syracuse 20: Josh Jackson threw for 296 yards and three touchdowns, another opposition offensive performance by the Terrapins that scored 42 points in the first half in a surprisingly uneven game.

Anthony McFarland Jr. scored two goals and caught a TD pass from Jackson six yards out that was superb during the first half, with the Terrapins gaining 397 yards and a 29-point lead against the Orange (1-1) team Created. Season - Liberty Freedom Opening.

After defeating Howard 79–0 in their first game with coach Michael Locksley, the Terrapins (2–0) scored a twenty-two against a highly regarded foe.

Maryland had 63 points against a one-place opponent. Although Locksley relaxed after a 64-yard touchdown by Javon Leake in the third quarter, the Terrapins finished with 650 yards. This is the first time in program history that Maryland has scored at least 56 points in consecutive games.

In other Saturday games:

- Cam Acreage had a record of 36 carries, the final four yards of a touchdown when host Florida State beat Louisiana Munro 45-44. Caleb Evans scored a touchdown from five yards shortly after, but the Warwicks' Jacob Meeks attempted to score extra points. The result trailed both teams 1–1.

- BYU Williams scored a five-yard touchdown run in the second overtime after BYU scored a field goal that tied the game in the final seconds of regulation when the Cougars defeated host Tennessee 29-of-26. Ty Chandler ran for 154 yards on 26 carries but trailed 0–2 for the first time since the Volunteers lost their first six matches in 1988.

- Sam Howell finally played Dazz Newsom inside the Zen for a 1:01 touchdown to help North Carolina play after a 28-25 tour at Miami Carolina. In the Atlantic Coast Conference, the storm overall fell to 0–2 and 0–1. Howell threw for 274 yards and two touchdowns (2-0, 1-0) for the Tar Heels.

- Brandon Peters set his career-high on pitches for 225 yards and four touchdowns and Illinois started with a 13-point deficit to defeat Connecticut 31–23. It was the Illini's first road win without a conference in a dozen years.

- CJ Marble went for 148 yards rushing and recorded two touchdowns to lead Coastal Carolina in a 12–7 win over host Carolina.

Jordan Mason and Tobias Oliver scored touchdowns in the second quarter, and in the fourth quarter, Georgia Tech's defense got a crucial loose ball into the goal line, while the Yellow Jackets awaited a 14–10 victory over South Florida. Coach of the year Geoff recorded his first win since returning to his hometown of Atlanta.

- Eliza Sindelar went for 509 yards and five touchdowns and ran for another touchdown on Purdue's 42-24 win over Vanderbilt. A second-year filmmaker, Rondley Moore caught 13 passes for 220 yards, both highs in his career.

- Kenny Pickett threw for a total of 321 yards in his career, including a 74-yard touchdown to Maurice Fafench to lead Pittsburgh with a 20–10 win when he went to Ohio. Pickett completed 26 of 37 passes.

- Kyle Bryant threw three touchdown passes, Missouri redshirted West Virginia into 171 yards of total offense, and the Tigers won 38-7 in their first home game.

- Malik Knowles got 99 yards and two touchdown catches and threw Skyler Thompson for 151 yards and a pair of touchdowns when Kansas State beat Bowling Green 52-0.

- Brady White threw two touchdowns, Kenneth Gainwell three and Memphis Defense gave South Africa a 55–24 local victory in the second half.

- WhyLynn Hill went for 123 ya and a touchdown to give Mississippi State a 3814 victory on a trip to Southern Missis.