Louisville 79, Grand Canyon 70
Clemson 42, Virginia Tech 35
Duke 94, Maine 55
Oregon 128, Savannah State 59
Gonzaga 69, Arizona 62
Alabama 54, Florida 16
West Virgina 24, Baylor 21
Kansas 89, Stanford 74
Baylor 76, Xavier 61
Syracuse 77, North Florida 71
Ankle injury puts Anunoby out indefinitely for Indiana
Indiana Indiana forward OG Anunoby will be out indefinitely after injuring his ankle late in the Hoosier's victory over North Carolina.
December 2, 2016

Cal C Kameron Rooks to miss 4 to 6 weeks with knee injury
Cal, college basketball California center Kameron Rooks will miss four to six weeks after undergoing surgery on his injured left knee
November 29, 2016

UConn says 2 injured freshmen will miss rest of the season
UConn, college basketball UConn says freshman point guard Alterique Gilbert will undergo surgery to repair a torn labrum in his left shoulder and will miss the rest of the season. Gilbert suffered the injury during the Huskies' win at Loyola Marymount on Nov. 17. The school says the surgery will be scheduled in the next few weeks to repair the damage and tighten the muscles in the shoulder
November 29, 2016

UConn's Larrier out for the season with torn ACL
Connecticut, mens basketball Connecticut sophomore forward Terry Larrier is out for the rest of the season after tearing his left ACL at the Maui Invitational. UConn said in a statement Wednesday that Larrier will consult with doctors about a timeframe for surgery and that recovery is about eight months. Larrier was injured midway through the first half against Oklahoma State on Monday night when he was stripped of the ball on a drive. He was unable to put any weight on his leg and stopped by the Huskies' huddle to yell encouragement before being helped to the locker room. The Huskies were expecting a big contribution from Larrier after he transferred from Virginia Commonwealth and sat out last season.
November 23, 2016

Baylor QB Seth Russell has successful left ankle surgery
Baylor, college basketball Baylor senior quarterback Seth Russell had surgery Wednesday on his fractured left ankle. According to a statement from his family, Russell's surgery in Fort Worth was successful and he is expected to make a full recovery. Russell suffered the gruesome injury in the third quarter of Baylor's 45-24 loss at Big 12-leading Oklahoma on Saturday.
November 16, 2016

Washington loses LB Azeem Victor to broken leg
Washington, college football Washington middle linebacker Azeem Victor is expected to miss the rest of the season after undergoing surgery for a broken lower right leg, coach Chris Petersen announced Monday, the second major injury loss for the Huskies defense in recent weeks. There is no timeline yet for Victor's recovery but the expectation is the junior won't be back this season. Petersen was noncommittal when asked if there was any chance Victor could recover in time for a bowl game.
November 14, 2016

Beavers WR hospitalized with undisclosed ailment
Oregon State, college football Oregon State sophomore wide receiver Seth Collins is being treated at a hospital for an undisclosed ailment, the university confirmed. Coach Gary Andersen would not comment Monday on Collins' status because of privacy issues. ''We're going to support Seth and we're going to be there for him in any way we possibly can,'' Andersen said
November 14, 2016

Cracraft done for season with injury
Wash State, college football Washington State star receiver River Cracraft tore his ACL in the 20th-ranked Cougars' last game and is done for the season, according to published reports. Washington State does not discuss injuries but The Seattle Times and The Spokesman-Review reported Monday that Cracraft tore the ACL in his left knee and that his college career is over.
November 14, 2016

Baylor QB Russell having surgery after gruesome ankle injury
Baylor, college football Baylor quarterback Seth Russell will have surgery on his fractured left ankle.

The school announced the decision Sunday, but didn't say when the senior quarterback would have the surgery that will force him to miss the regular season. It is also expected to end his Baylor career, even though the Bears (6-3) are already bowl eligible.

Russell suffered the gruesome injury in the third quarter of Baylor's 45-24 loss at Big 12-leading Oklahoma on Saturday.

Russell has thrown for 2,126 yards and 20 touchdowns this season with eight interceptions, and also has 506 yards rushing with eight more scores. His 5,461 career yards passing is seventh in Baylor history, and his 60 TD passes rank third behind Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III (78) and Bryce Petty (62).

Before the Bears lost their last three games, Russell had won his first 14 games as their starter.
November 13, 2016

Kentucky QB Barker to have season-ending back surgery
Kentucky, college football Kentucky sophomore quarterback Drew Barker will undergo back surgery the week of Thanksgiving and miss the remainder of this season. Barker has been out since being injured on the Wildcats' first series against New Mexico State on Sept. 17. Junior college transfer Stephen Johnson is 5-2 as QB for Kentucky (5-4, 4-3 Southeastern Conference) since relieving Barker and 4-2 as a starter. Surgery was scheduled for Barker after non-surgical treatments had been exhausted without improvement.
November 10, 2016

Knight out for regular season
Texas AM, college football Texas A&M quarterback Trevor Knight will miss the rest of the regular season with a right shoulder injury. Knight was injured on Saturday in the Aggies loss to Mississippi State. Coach Kevin Sumlin announced that he wouldn't return for the regular season, but says they expect him to return for Texas A&M's bowl game. Sumlin added that Knight does not need surgery, but did not provide further details on his injury. With Knight out the Aggies will go with Jake Hubenak, a junior who has appeared in three games this season. Hubenak was 11 of 17 for 222 yards with two touchdowns and an interception in Texas A&M's 35-28 loss to Mississippi State on Saturday. Knight is in his first season with the Aggies after transferring as a graduate student from Oklahoma. He threw for 1,911 yards and 13 touchdowns and ran for 583 yards and 10 more scores.
November 8, 2016

Gophers LB Cody Poock out for season with shoulder surgery
Minnesota, college football Minnesota linebacker Cody Poock has been scheduled for season-ending surgery on his shoulder. Gophers coach Tracy Claeys said Tuesday that the decision was made to give Poock the opportunity to recover as soon as possible from the procedure. Claeys says Poock's lingering injury isn't ''doing anybody any good.'' He didn't say when Poock would have the surgery. Nick Rallis has replaced Poock in the lineup in Minnesota's base defense. Poock, a junior who started his career at Iowa Western Community College, sat out the 2014 season with a knee injury. This year, he has 24 tackles in seven games, with one sack.
November 8, 2016

Clemson G Mitchell to miss Georgia game with knee injury
Clemson, college basketball Clemson guard Shelton Mitchell will miss the Tigers' opener against Georgia on Friday night after a suffering a knee injury at practice. The school announced Tuesday that 6-foot-3 Mitchell had a non-contact knee injury at practice Tuesday. He is expected to undergo a procedure on the knee. There is no timetable for his return. Mitchell is a transfer from Vanderbilt who sat out last season. He started 11 of 31 games for the Commodores in 2014-15, averaging four points, three assists and two rebounds a game. Mitchell was among three high-profile transfers expected to play significant minutes this fall. Guard Marcquise Reed came in from Robert Morris and forward Elijah Thomas came to Clemson from Texas A&M. Thomas will be eligible in December.
November 8, 2016

Wake Forest QB Hinton out for the season with knee injury
Wake Forest, college football Wake Forest is shutting down quarterback Kendall Hinton for the season. Coach Dave Clawson said Tuesday that Hinton ''tweaked'' his knee again and won't play the rest of the year. Hinton has missed the last six games with a knee injury and Clawson says the school will apply for a medical redshirt for Hinton after his fourth year in 2018. Hinton ran for two touchdowns and averaged five yards per carry in three games, but sprained his left posterior cruciate ligament during a victory over Delaware in September. Before he was hurt, Hinton and third-year starter John Wolford formed a solid one-two punch at the position. The Demon Deacons (6-3, 3-2 ACC) visit No. 5 Louisville on Saturday night having already qualified for their first bowl game since 2011.
November 8, 2016

Duke C Bolden to miss 1st 2 games with lower leg injury
Duke, mens basketball Duke says freshman center Marques Bolden will miss the top-ranked Blue Devils' first two games with a leg injury. Team spokesman Cory Walton announced the injury to Bolden's lower left leg on Monday. Bolden will miss the opener against Marist on Friday night and the second game Saturday against Grand Canyon, and will be re-evaluated after the weekend. Bolden had 13 points and 11 rebounds in Duke's first exhibition game but did not play in the second preseason game. He's the third member of Duke's highly ranked freshman class who's dealing with an injury. Forward Harry Giles is recovering from having his left knee scoped, and forward Jayson Tatum missed the two exhibition games with a sprained left foot.
November 7, 2016

Washington DE Joe Mathis out for season with foot injury
Washington, college football Washington will be without its best edge pass rusher for the rest of the season, no matter how long the season lasts. Washington defensive end Joe Mathis will miss the rest of the season after it was determined surgery was the best way to repair a foot injury suffered a few weeks ago, coach Chris Petersen said Monday. Mathis had been rehabbing the foot in the hopes that a non-surgical treatment could get him back on the field toward the end of the regular season or potentially the postseason. But the decision was made late last week that the best long-term solution for Mathis was to have surgery. ''He might have been able to rehab and get in there for some games down the road but just between him and the doctors and all that stuff after rehabbing for a couple of weeks, I don't think he was going to feel real comfortable,'' Petersen said. Mathis' injury is a huge blow to a defense that has been having a standout season. Mathis led Washington with five sacks and was particularly disruptive in two of the Huskies' more impressive victories, against Stanford and Oregon. Mathis had two sacks against the Cardinal and had three tackles for loss against the Ducks. But the lasting image of Mathis' season may have been his pass rush against Stanford that knocked over right tackle Casey Tucker. Mathis was injured between Washington's win at Oregon on Oct. 8 and its game two weeks later against Oregon State. Getting pressure off the edge was one of the big questions Washington faced entering the season after the graduation of Travis Feeney and Cory Littletonfrom last year's team. That duo combined for 14 sacks and 28 + tackles for loss in 2015. Mathis helped fill that void immediately along with linebacker Psalm Wooching rushing from the other side. The duo combined for 9 + total sacks. Mathis was originally recruited to Washington by former coach Steve Sarkisian and struggled at first to fit into Petersen's system and his mandates for playing for the Huskies. Mathis tweeted at one point after Petersen's arrival about wanting to leave Washington. Mathis stuck around even through a brief suspension during the 2014 season. ''He's had a lot of stuff football-wise too, injuries and stuff. He's had a lot of things to weather and he's done a really good job with it,'' Petersen said. ''It's unfortunate that he can't finish his senior year out here. Football is important to him and he's a good player for us and all those things. I think all the things that he's been through, on the field, off the field, put him in a position to be able to handle this and I think he's really positive he'll get his foot fixed and try to keep playing.'' Connor O'Brien will continue to start in Mathis' place, as he has for the past three games. Since stepping into Mathis' role, O'Brien has 16 tackles, 2 + tackles for loss and one sack in the past three games.
November 7, 2016

Mississippi QB Chad Kelly tears ACL, out for season
Mississippi, college football Mississippi quarterback Chad Kelly will miss the rest of the season after tearing the ACL and lateral meniscus in his right knee. The 6-foot-2 senior was hurt Saturday in the Rebels' victory over Georgia Southern. The school announced the injury following Kelly's MRI on Sunday, and said he would have surgery this week. Kelly has thrown for a Southeastern Conference-leading 2,758 yards, 19 touchdown and eight interceptions this season. He threw for more than 4,000 yards as a junior and led Ole Miss to a Sugar Bowl win over Oklahoma State. Ole Miss hasn't had nearly as much success this season. The Rebels have a 4-5 record and will now likely turn to redshirt freshman Jason Pellerin as they try to become bowl eligible. True freshman Shea Patterson - who was one of last year's top quarterback recruits - is also an option, though the Rebels were trying to redshirt him this season. Kelly is the nephew of Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly, who starred for the Buffalo Bills. The younger Kelly finished his Ole Miss career with 6,800 career yards passing despite playing just 22 career games, which ranks third in school history behind Eli Manning and Bo Wallace. Kelly's college career started at Clemson, but he was kicked out of the program in 2014 for conduct detrimental to the team. He played one season at East Mississippi Community College before transferring to Ole Miss.
November 7, 2016

Florida St. offensive lineman Dickerson tears ACL
Florida State, college football Florida State offensive lineman Landon Dickerson will miss the rest of the season after tearing the ACL in his right knee during practice earlier this week. Dickerson, a 6-foot-5 freshman, started the past seven games at right guard. Wilson Bell, who started the Sept. 5 opener against Mississippi, is expected to get the start while Derrick Kelly could also see playing time. Fisher also said that wide receiver Jesus ''Bobo'' Wilson is out indefinitely due to a foot injury that occurred during the Oct. 15 game against Wake Forest. Wilson missed last Saturday's game against No. 3 Clemson. Nyqwan Murray started in Wilson's place and had six receptions for 96 yards and a touchdown.
Noveber 3, 2016

Arizona's Smith ends career after third ACL tear
Arizona, college basketball Arizona's Ray Smith's difficult basketball career took another frustrating turn on Tuesday night when the redshirt freshman had to be helped from the court during the No. 10 Wildcats' exhibition game against College of Idaho: Smith tore his right ACL for the second straight year, along with meniscus damage. The torn ACL was Smith's third in three years, leading him to end his basketball career.
November 3, 2016

Shoulder injury ends career of Syracuse center Jason Emerich
Syracuse, college basketball Syracuse fifth-year center Jason Emerich will not return to the team because of a shoulder injury. Emerich was hurt in a home loss to Louisville in September and has not played since. He underwent surgery on Oct. 11. The redshirt senior finishes his college career with 28 games played, including 14 starts. In two games this season, he recorded nine knockdown blocks in 172 snaps. Emerich was on the Rimington Award Watch List, given annually to the nation's top center. He also was on the preseason watch list for the Wuerffel Trophy, presented each year to the FBS player who best combines exemplary community service with athletic and academic achievement.
November 1, 2016

SMU gives Chad Morris 3-year extension through 2023
SMU, football SMU has given football coach Chad Morris a contract extension through the 2023 season. The new deal adds three years to Morris' contract. The former Clemson offensive coordinator initially got a six-year deal when he took the job two years ago.
December 1, 2016

Going pro
college football Missouri defensive end Charles Harris says he will skip his senior season and declare himself eligible for the NFL draft.

Oklahoma defensive lineman Charles Walker has chosen to leave the program and enter the NFL draft.
December 1, 2016

Michigan's Peppers named Big Ten Defensive Player of Year
college football Michigan linebacker Jabrill Peppers received three postseason awards from the Big Ten Conference on Tuesday, including Defensive Player of the Year. Peppers is the first Michigan player to the conference's top defensive player since Larry Foote in 2006. Wisconsin's Paul Chryst and Penn State's James Franklin, who oppose each other in Saturday's Big Ten Championship game, split the coaching honors.
November 29, 2016

San Diego State well-represented in Mountain West awards
 college football San Diego State was well-represented when the Mountain West released its award winners, with running back Donnel Pumphrey named offensive player of the year, defensive back Damontae Kazee earning defensive accolades and return specialist Rashaad Penny honored for special teams.
November 29, 2016

Washington's Browning, USC's Jackson earn Pac-12 honors
 college football Washington quarterback Jake Browning and Southern California's Adoree Jackson have been named the Pac-12's offensive and defensive players of the year. Colorado's Mike MacIntyre was named coach of the year, USC's Sam Darnold the offensive freshman and Washington's Taylor Rapp the defensive freshman in voting announced on Tuesday. Browning, a sophomore, threw for 3,162 yards and a school-record 40 touchdowns with seven interceptions for the fourth-ranked Huskies.
November 29, 2016

Baylor's Jim Grobe has no plans to coach after this season
Baylor, college foottball Baylor acting head coach Jim Grobe says he has no plans to coach after this season. The 64-year-old coach said Monday that he told new Baylor athletic director Mack Rhoades early in the season that he didn't want to be a candidate to be the full-time coach. Grobe says his mindset has always been to help the Bears get through this season, including their bowl game.
November 28, 2016

College football coaches carousel
college football FAU relieves Charlie Partridge of coaching duties
Charlie Partridge is out at Florida Atlantic, after all three of his seasons leading the Owls ended with 3-9 records.

Nebraska fires special teams coordinator Bruce Read
Nebraska coach Mike Riley has fired special teams coordinator Bruce Read.

Nevada parts ways with head coach Polian
After 4 seasons and only 23 wins, Nevada and head coach Brian Polian have agreed to part ways. The Wolf Pack never broke .500 in Mountain West games.

San Jose State axes head coach
San Jose State has fired coach Ron Caragher after four seasons during which the Spartans never broke .500.

UCLA offensive coordinator dropped
UCLA has dropped offensive coordinator Kennedy Polamalu after a dismal season for the Bruins' offense.

November 27, 2016

Strong out, Herman in at Texas, Orgeron in at LSU
college football Charlie Strong is done at Texas. Strong had two years left on a guaranteed contract that pays more than $5 million per year, but was the first coach in Texas history with three consecutive losing seasons. Reports that he would be fired swirled after a late-season loss to lowly Kansas, and school officials made it official after Friday's 31-9 loss to TCU meant Texas would finish 5-7 without a bowl game for the second straight year.

Tom Herman has been tabbed as the new Texas coach. In Herman, Texas President Greg Fenves and athletic director Mike Perrin hired arguably the hottest young coach in college football away from Houston.

Ed Orgeron, the burly, boisterous Cajun who energized LSU's football program in the wake of coach Les Miles' dismissal, briefly and uncharacteristically struggled to speak. The 55-year-old from the small bayou town of Larose, Louisiana, was trying to publicly thank his mother and late father when his distinctive, raspy, baritone voice fell silent and he paused to keep from sobbing. On Saturday, LSU formally named Orgeron the permanent head coach of the flagship college football program in the state where he was raised before venturing out on a career that took him from coast-to-coast and back again.
November 26, 2016

Missouri dismisses assistant football coach
Missouri, college football Missouri has fired defensive line coach Jackie Shipp. Coach Barry Odom did not detail exactly why, but a statement from the school on Wednesday said it was due to an ''internal matter where his conduct didn't meet our expectations for coaches.'' Shipp, who was a coach at Arizona State from 2013-15, was hired in February to replace Chris Wilson, who left Odom's staff after one month to serve as defensive line coach for the Philadelphia Eagles. Shipp's salary for 2016 was $385,000. Neal Renna, a graduate assistant, will assume Shipp's duties for the Tigers' final game of the season at home against Arkansas on Friday.
November 23, 2016

Notre Dame must vacate wins after academic misconduct
college football, The NCAA has determined that Notre Dame must vacate all 21 victories from the 2012 and 2013 seasons, including the 12-0 run that vaulted the Fighting Irish into the national title game against Alabama, because a former student athletic trainer committed academic misconduct by doing substantial course work for two players and impermissibly helped six others. The school ripped the NCAA for its decision to strip the wins, which included the best season of coach Brian Kelly's seven years in charge of the storied program. The school said it would appeal and the Rev. John Jenkins, the university president, said the NCAA has never before vacated the records of a school that had no involvement in the underlying academic misconduct.
November 22, 2016

Big 12 picks Cowboys stadium for football championships
Big 12, college football The Big 12 will hold its newly reinstated football championship game at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, home of the Dallas Cowboys. AT&T Stadium was the leading candidate, considering half the conference's 10 schools are within a 4 1/2-hour drive of Arlington. San Antonio and Kansas City, Missouri, were also considered.
November 18, 2016

Purdue suspends 4 football players
Purdue, college football Purdue has suspended four football players due to an investigation of sexual assault allegations by two female students, but prosecutors say they won't file charges. It didn't identify the players and said federal law prevented it from commenting further. The female students' attorney, Mario Massillamany, says the sexual assaults occurred at an off-campus house where the players lived.
November 16, 2016

Oklahoma F Dante Buford suspended for 3 games
Oklahoma, college basketball Oklahoma forward Dante Buford has been suspended for the first three games of the season. The school made the announcement in a news release Saturday. The release said the NCAA suspended Buford after he received an extra benefit for one of his complimentary tickets during last season's NCAA Tournament. Buford, a sophomore, averaged 3.5 points and 1.8 rebounds last season. He did not play in Oklahoma's exhibition win over Washburn.
November 13, 2016

NCAA announces New Orleans will host 2022 Final 4
Final Four, mens basketball New Orleans has been selected as the host city for the 2022 men's college basketball Final Four. The decision means New Orleans is set to host college basketball's men's semifinals and championship game for the sixth time - each time in the Superdome. ''New Orleans has an incredibly rich history of hosting the Final Four, and for a variety of reasons it was determined that 2022 was the perfect year to bring the event back to the Crescent City,'' said Dan Gavitt, vice president for men's basketball championships.
November 10, 2016

Georgia Tech suspends leading rusher Mills for 2 games
Georgia Tech, college football Georgia Tech freshman Dedrick Mills, the team's leading rusher, has been suspended for two games for an undisclosed violation of team rules. The suspension, announced by coach Paul Johnson on Wednesday, is the second of the season for Mills. Mills will miss Saturday's game at No. 18 Virginia Tech and a Nov. 19 game against Virginia.
November 9, 2016

Lady Vols honoring Summitt with commemorative patch
Tennessee, womens basketball Tennessee is wearing commemorative patches on its jerseys to honor former Lady Volunteers coach Pat Summitt, who led the program to eight national titles. Tennessee coach Holly Warlick said the patches would remain on the Lady Vols' jerseys all season. The patches include a capital ''P'' inside a circle. The ''P'' is based off Summitt's actual signature. Tennessee's football team has helmet stickers this season with a similar logo. Summitt died June 28 after battling early-onset dementia, Alzheimer's type. She stepped down as Tennessee's coach in 2012, one year after announcing her diagnosis. Her 1,098 wins are the most of any Division I men's or women's coach.
November 7, 2016

Baylor career rushing leader sidelined for attitude issues
Baylor, college football Baylor career rushing leader Shock Linwood has been suspended by acting head coach Jim Grobe because of attitude issues. Linwood will miss the 25th-ranked Bears' game Saturday at No. 9 Oklahoma. Grobe said Monday that ''it's not anything major'' but that Linwood has some issues to work through. ''He's just not been himself, not really been as focused as I think he needs to be,'' Grobe said. ''Things are not good right now, and I just want to help him get his focus back.'' Linwood shoved a graduate assistant during the Bears' 62-22 home loss to TCU on Saturday, when he had only six carries. Asked about that altercation, Grobe said he didn't have any issues with what happened on the sideline between a player and assistant upset during a game. Terence Williams is Baylor's leading rusher with 691 yards and eight touchdowns. Redshirt freshman JaMycal Hasty has had two 100-yard rushing games. ''We feel like we've got three running backs that can play, but Shock's kind of been shaky,'' Grobe said. ''Shock's got some issues to work through, so we'll see where that goes.'' After starting 24 games the previous two seasons, Linwood has started only twice this year for the Bears (6-2, 3-2 Big 12). He has 594 yards, with 237 of them coming against Iowa State a week after he had only two carries against Oklahoma State. Earlier this season, Linwood broke the school's 35-year-old rushing record, and now has 4,056 yards in his career. His 36 rushing touchdowns are also a school record.
November 7, 2016

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Mens Basketball
December 3, 2016
Creighton 82, Akron 70
Gonzaga 69, Arizona 62
Baylor 76, Xavier 61
Duke 94, Maine 55
Louisville 79, Grand Canyon 70
Kansas 89, Stanford 74
Michigan 82, Kennesaw State 55
UCLA 97, Kentucky 92
Michigan State 80, Oral Roberts 76
Purdue 90, Morehead State 56
Syracuse 77, North Florida 71
Wisconsin 90, Oklahoma 70
Oregon 128, Savannah State 59
Providence 63, Rhode Island 60
Villanova 88, Saint Joseph's 57
West Virginia 66, Virginia 57

December 4, 2016
Florida International vs South Carolina
Indiana vs Southeast Missouri State
North Carolina vs Radford

Womens Basketball
December 3, 2016
Oregon State 65, BYU 56
Florida 83, Long Beach State 53
Mississippi State 85, Iowa State 81

December 4, 2016
Cal Davis vs Stanford
Central Connecticut vs Syracuse
Cincinnati vs Ohio State
Connecticut vs Texas
Duke vs South Carolina
Florida State vs Western Carolina
Fresno State vs Washington
Hawaii vs UCLA
Kentucky vs Louisville
Maryland vs Maryland-Baltimore County
Miami vs Old Dominion
Mississippi vs West Virginia
Notre Dame vs Valparaiso
Oklahoma vs Oral Roberts

College Football
December 3, 2016
Alabama 54, Florida 16
Arkansas State 36, Texas State 14
West Virgina 24, Baylor 21
Clemson 42, Virginia Tech 35
Georgia Southern 28, Troy 24
Idaho 37, Georgia State 12
Kansas State 30, TCU 6
Louisiana 30, Louisiana Monroe 3
Western Kentucky 58, Louisiana Tech 44
Temple 34, Navy 10
South Alabama 35, New Mexico State 28
Oklahoma 38, Oklahoma State 20
Penn State 38, Wisconsin 31
San Diego State 27, Wyoming 24

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