Running back Ezekiel Elliott of No. 13 Ohio State dives over the goal line for a touchdown past Penn State safeties Marcus Allen and Adrian Amos (4) in the first quarter at Beaver Stadium on Saturday.
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What a ride
Arizona running back Terris Jones-Grigsby gets upended by Washington State safety Taylor Taliulu during the first half at Martin Stadium. Jones-Grigsby rushed for 107 yards as the No. 15 Wildcats won 59-37.
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Breaking the plane
Mississippi wide receiver Cody Core extends the ball over the goal line for a touchdown against LSU defensive back Rashard Robinson during the first half. That would be No. 3 Ole Miss' only touchdown in a 10-7 loss to the No. 24 Tigers.
Along for the ride
Despite having Texas Tech defensive back Austin Stewart hanging on his back, TCU wide receiver Deante' Gray get into the end zone for a first-half touchdown. Gray had four catches fo 165 yards. The No. 10 Horned Frogs rolled to an 82-27 victory.
Down, not out
Alabama quarterback Blake Sims lands in the end zone for a touchdown against Emmanuel Moseley of Tennessee. Sims also threw for two TDs in the No. 4 Crimson Tide's 34-20 victory.
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Nick, so quick
Auburn quarterback Nick Marshall avoids a tackle by South Carolina's Chris Moody during the second quarter. Marshall ran for 89 yards and three touchdowns and threw for another as the No. 5 Tigers outlasted the Gamecocks 42-35.
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Tiger by the tail
LSU running back Leonard Fournette is tackled by Senquez Golson of Ole Miss. Fournette ran for 113 yards in the Tigers' win.
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War of wills
Syracuse's Prince-Tyson Gulley puts up quite the fight while being tackled by Clemson's Tony Steward. The No. 21 Tigers beat the Orange 16-6.
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Marshall running back Devon Johnson (47) celebrates his second touchdown against Florida Atlantic with teammate Justin Hunt in the second quarter. The No. 23 Thundering Herd remained unbeaten with a 35-16 win. Johnson rushed for 272 yards and four touchdowns.
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He's got leg
Oklahoma State safety Tre Flowers grabs hold of West Virginia wide receiver Jordan Thompson for a tackle as linebacker Ryan Simmons closes in during the second quarter. The No. 24 Mountaineers scored a 34-10 road win.
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Not too much rivalry
Michigan State quarterback Connor Cook runs against Michigan defensive back Delano Hill during the first quarter. The No. 8 Spartans rolled to a 35-11 victory.
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Josh Robinson of No. 1 Mississippi State after running for a touchdown against Kentucky during the Bulldogs' 45-31 victory. Robinson rushed for 198 yards and two TDs.
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The UCLA Bruins mob quarterback Brett Hundley after he scored the game-winning touchdown during double overtime against Colorado in a 40-37 triumph. Hundley had 125 yards rushing for the No. 25 Bruins.
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Hair he comes
Wide receiver Kenny Bell is swarmed by Nebraska fans after the No. 16 Cornhuskers knocked off Rutgers 42-24. Bell had six catches in the win.
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Nowhere to go
Texas defensive tackle Hassan Ridgeway stops Kansas State running back Charles Jones for a loss during the first half. It was No. 11 K-State's defense that dominated, though, shutting out the Longhorns 23-0.
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Southern California linebacker J.R. Tavai tackles Utah running back Devontae Booker (102 yards rushing) during the first quarter. The No. 19 Utes defeated No. 20 USC on a touchdown pass with 8 seconds left.
Make the catch, take the hit
Southern California wide receiver JuJu Smith takes a hit from Utah defensive back Davion Orphey before scoring in the first quarter.
Arizona State's Jaelen Strong scores in front of Washington's Marcus Peters during the first half. The No. 14 Sun Devils won 24-10.
Strike a pose
Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota prepares to throw a pass against California in the first quarter on Friday. The No. 6 Ducks won 59-41 as Mariota had five TD passes.
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Ain't that a Shane
Quarterback Shane Carden of East Carolina runs for a first down against Connecticut during the No. 18 Pirates' 31-21 victory over the Huskies on Thursday. Carden did most of his damage through the air, passing for 445 yards and two touchdowns.