Landry Jones helps pick up the offense in the second half.
Tale of two halves
Hawai'i quarterback Bryant Moniz is hugged by his teammates after running in for a touchdown in a dominating second quarter for the Rainbow Warriors. Moniz ran for two touchdowns and threw for two others in the second quarter alone, leading Hawai'i to 28 points in the period. However, Utah State would outscore the home team 28-3 in the second half to pull out a miraculous 35-31 win late Saturday night.
Ain't no high-steppin'
Hawai'i QB Bryant Moniz runs in for an easy touchdown as Utah State defenders can do nothing but watch. Moniz had a huge game, but it wasn't enough in a 35-31 loss at home to the Aggies.
Check me out
Boise State tight end Gabe Linehan looks for a little crowd love after catching a two-yard touchdown pass early in Boise's 48-21 romp of UNLV at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas.
Moore is more
Boise State quarterback Kellen Moore continues to do his thing for the undefeated Broncos, throwing for 219 yards and five touchdowns in Boise's 48-21 win over UNLV.
High on the Hogs
Arkansas quarterback Tyker Wilson had a big game for the seventh-ranked Razorbacks, throwing for 299 yards and two scores against No. 9 South Carolina in the home team's impressive 44-28 win.
Making his Case
Houston quarterback Case Keenum threw for 407 yards in a decisive 56-13 win over UAB to become the most prolific passer in NCAA history with 17,212 career yards. Just for good measure, he added his first two rushing touchdowns of the season in the Cougars victory.
Something good is a Bruin
UCLA storms the field after their 29-28 upset home win over No. 19 Arizona State on Saturday night. The victory improved the Bruins' record this year to 5-4, just one win short of becoming bowl eligible.
In Saturday's game of the day, Oklahoma State's Joseph Randle runs past the Kansas State defense yet again, helping the Cowboys to an amazing 52-45 win over the 14th-ranked Wildcats. Randle had 103 total yards on the night, including three touchdowns as No. 3 Okie State remained undefeated.
Kansas State running back Angelo Pease runs for a touchdown in the first quarter against Oklahoma State on Saturday.
Houston's Charles Sims finishes with 71 rushing yards and a touchdown in the Cougars' 56-13 thrashing of UAB.
UCLA running back Johnathan Franklin celebrates his first-quarter touchdown with wide receiver Shaquelle Evans as the Bruins rallied to beat Arizona State 29-28.
Where are you going?
Notre Dame's Cierre Wood is tackled by Wake Forest's Joey Ehrmann in the first half. The Demon Deacons took a 17-10 lead into halftime.
Tennessee wide receiver Vincent Dallas leaps for a pass while defended by Middle Tennessee cornerback Kenneth Gilstrap in the second quarter of the Volunteers' 24-0 win.
And he's off ...
Oklahoma State star wide receiver Justin Blackmon burns the Kansas State defense during his 11-yard touchdown in the first quarter.
Where are you going?
South Carolina running back Brandon Wilds (22) is stopped by multiple Arkansas defenders during the first quarter.
Can I get a hand?
Rutgers wide receiver Mohamed Sanu can't haul in this pass in the first half against South Florida.
California linebacker Cecil Whiteside receives congratulations from teammates after sacking Washington State quarterback Marshall Lobbestael during the second quarter of the Bears' 30-7 victory. California held the Cougars to 224 yards of total offense.
Come and get me
UCLA running back Derrick Coleman finds some running room in the first half against Pac-12 foe Arizona State on Saturday.
Up and away
Southern Miss running back Jamal Woodyard (26) dives into the end zone against East Carolina in the first half at Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium.
Whose side are you on?
Purdue wide receiver Justin Siller found himself playing defense on a few occasions to prevent interceptions on poorly thrown passes. Not that it mattered in the end as Wisconsin hung 62 on the Boilermakers.
Russell Wilson had a solid day on the ground and in the air. Purdue still has a shot at bowl eligibility, but they've got to play better than this if they want to get there.
View from the trenches
This game was much closer than expected for a while. Then Wisconsin remembered they were playing a poor Purdue team and ran up the score in the second half.
Oregon State quarterback Sean Mannion got sacked in the end zone by Stanford defender Trent Murphy during the first half.
You take it
Oregon State Beavers quarterback Sean Mannion (4) hands off to running back Malcolm Agnew, who rushed for a touchdown despite totaling only 15 yards on the ground.
Please be seated
Oregon State Beavers linebacker Rueben Robinson tackles Stanford wide receiver Griff Whalen. The outcome was in doubt as late as the third quarter before Stanford pulled away for an easy win at the end.
Get off me
Ryan Broyles shows solid stiff-arming technique as he makes his way toward the end zone during the first quarter.
Sooners linebacker Travis Lewis hauls down Aggies running back Christine Michael who, all things considered, didn't have that bad of a game (17 carries, 88 yards).
Oklahoma tight end James Hanna runs with the ball while being pursued by Texas A&M free safety Trent Hunter. This was a three-point game after the first half before Oklahoma found another gear in the second.
Duke running back Juwan Thompson had just 28 yards on seven carries, although maybe Duke would have run the ball a bit more had they not found themselves trailing by such a large margin.
Miami Hurricanes tight end Chase Ford made his one catch of the day count as it went for a one-yard touchdown.
Break it up
Duke's defense didn't have much success slowing down Miami, but Blue Devils cornerback Ross Cockrell did break up this pass intended for Miami wide receiver Tommy Streeter. Some weeks, it's about the moral victories.
North Carolina defensive end Kareem Martin (95) dives toward North Carolina State quarterback Mike Glennon (8) during the second half at Carter Finley Stadium. The Tarheels couldn't keep up with their in-state rivals, who won 13-0.
North Carolina Tar Heels quarterback Bryn Renner faced relentless pressure from the Wolfpack defense. The Tar Heels offense wasn't able to score.
Points weren't easy to come by in this rivalry game, so North Carolina State's James Washington had to fight hard for every yard he earned.
North Carolina State's Earl Wolff intercepts a pass as North Carolina's Erik Highsmith reaches for the ball during the first half. The Wolfpack won 13-0, shutting out the Tar Heels for the first time since 1960.
Try and run through me
Vanderbilt defensive back Casey Hayward (19) stops Florida running back Trey Burton (8) for a short gain during the first half on Saturday in Gainesville, Fla.
Vanderbilt's Zac Stacy (2) is smothered by Florida defenders Joshua Shaw (9), Josh Evans (24), and Michael Taylor (51) as he tries to gain yardage during the first half on Saturday.
Florida running back Jeff Demps (28) runs for a touchdown during the second quarter against Vanderbilt Commodores at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium.
I'll take the ball
Iowa linebacker Christian Kirksey runs from Michigan offensive linesman Mark Huyge after intercepting a pass during the first half in Iowa City, Iowa.
Texas Tech quarterback Seth Doege (7) throws a deel ball against Texas during the first quarter at Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium.
Texas head coach Mack Brown likes what he sees vs. Texas Tech during the second quarter at Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium.
Fighting for yards
Iowa running back Marcus Coker breaks a tackle by Michigan safety Jordan Kovacs during a touchdown run in the first half on Saturday.
Run for glory
Texas running back Fozzy Whitaker runs for a touchdown past Texas Tech linebacker Cqulin Hubert during the second quarter.
I got ya!
Indiana's Stephen Houston runs despite the efforts of Ohio State's John Simon during the first quarter in Columbus, Ohio.
We're in for 6
Michigan running back Fitzgerald Toussaint is happy after catching a touchdown pass in front of Iowa linebacker Tyler Nielsen during the first half in Iowa City, Iowa.
Watch me go
Michigan State receiver B.J. Cunningham makes 53-yard catch that set up a Spartans touchdown against Minnesota at Spartan Stadium.
Can he break one?
Indiana running back Stephen Houston scores between Ohio State defensive backs Christian Bryant (2) and C.J. Barnett in the first quarter at Ohio Stadium.
Michigan State running back Le'Veon Bell breaks the tackle of Minnesota defensive back Kim Royston.
Nice work out there
USC quarterback Matt Barkley gets a hug from head coach Lane Kiffin after throwing his school-record sixth touchdown pass of the game against Colorado at Folsom Field in Boulder. The Trojans defeated the Buffaloes 42-17 to move to 7-2 on the season.
Spreading the wealth
USC tight end Xavier Grimble (middle) is congratulated by teammates after scoring a first-half touchdown against Colorado in USC's 42-17 conference win. Grimble was one of four Trojans to catch a TD on the night.
Where's the D?
USC linemen Khaled Holmes (78) and Marcus Martin (66) look for pass rushers to block as quarterback Matt Barkley continued to have all night to throw to open receivers in the Trojans' easy 42-17 win over Colorado. Barkley would end the game with a USC-record six touchdown passes, along with 326 yards.
USC wide receiver Marqise Lee redeems himself by catching this touchdown pass late in the first half in USC's 42-17 win over Colorado. A couple of plays earlier, Lee dropped a wide-open would-be touchdown from Matt Barkley. In the end, though, his stats did the talking, as the true freshman caught 10 balls for 129 yards and a pair of scores.
Florida State safety Terrance Parks, right, tries to strip the ball from the hands of Boston College running back Rolandan Finch during the second half of their matchup Thursday in Boston. The Seminoles defeated the Eagles 38-7.
Florida State running back Devonta Freeman stretches but comes up short on a goal line drive to the end zone during the first half of the Seminoles' game vs. Boston College on Thursday.
Boston College defensive back Manny Asprilla sacks Florida State quarterback EJ Manuel during the first half on Thursday.
Miami (Ohio) fullback Justin Semmes is stopped short of the goal line by Akron safety Devonte Morgan Thursday night in Ohio. But Miami scored on the next play and kept returning to the end zone in the rout.
Pressure is on
Tulsa Golden Hurricane quarterback G.J. Kinne is pressured by UCF Knights defensive tackle E.J. Dunston in a duel at Bright House Networks Stadium.
Tulsa Golden Hurricane linebacker Curnelius Arnick tackles UCF Knights quaterback Jeff Godfrey. Tulsa went on to win the game.
Akron cornerback Manley Waller breaks up a pass intended for Miami (Ohio) receiver Chris Givens.
Ohio Bobcats defensive lineman Corey Hasting holds up his helmet with 10 seconds left in their game against the Temple Owls at Peden Stadium on Wednesday night. Ohio won a wild MAC contest at home, 35-31. The two teams combined for 24 points in the fourth quarter.
Temple quarterback Chris Coyer fumbles in the red zone in the third quarter Wednesday after being hit by Ohio cornerback Omar Leftwich. The Bobcats recovered and two plays later were in the end zone thanks to an 81-yard scoring run by Donte Harden. That broke a 14-14 tie.
Ohio Bobcats running back Donte Harden (No. 8) is tackled from behind by Temple linebacker Blaze Caponegro. But Harden found plenty of room in which to run on Wednesday, rushing for 184 yards and a score on 20 carries.
Via ground and air
Temple quarterback Chris Coyer (No. 10) tries to avoid Ohio safety Thad Ingol on Wednesday. Despite his team's 35-31 loss, Coyer did run for 184 yards on 17 carries and threw for another 123 and three scores.
Jump for joy!
Northern Illinois' Jordan Delegal (No. 29) and Victor Jacques (No. 40) celebrate after the Huskies won a wild one at Toledo on Tuesday, 63-60. The MAC contest was a tight battle throughout, NIU winning on Chandler Harnish's 4-yard TD pass to Perez Ashford with 19 seconds left. It was the second-highest scoring game in conference history, with the 17 combined touchdowns setting a MAC record.
Northern Illinois Huskies quarterback Chandler Harnish (No. 12) ran for 133 yards at Toledo's Glass Bowl on Tuesday. He also threw for 265 yards and a whopping half a dozen touchdowns.
Getting in on the action
Northern Illinois running back Jasmin Hopkins scores a touchdown as Toledo safety Jermaine Robinson tries to make the stop in the fourth quarter Tuesday. Hopkins had 72 yards on 11 carries and this score, which gave the Huskies the lead at the Glass Bowl with eight minutes left in the game.
Break for it
Northern Illinois receiver Da'Ron Brown's effort to break out of the grasp of Toledo defensive back Ross Madison pays off, as Brown escapes and completes a 16-yard TD play that gives the Huskies the lead, for a short time.