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Georgia Tech fires football coach Geoff Collins
Georgia Tech fires football coach Geoff Collins Geoff Collins is out as Georgia Tech's football coach, fired in the midst of his fourth season after failing to make headway with a brash plan to turn the Yellow Jackets into a national powerhouse through branding and promoting Atlanta's big-city culture.

Brigham Young 38, Wyoming 24
Brigham Young 38, Wyoming 24 Jaren Hall threw for 337 yards and four touchdowns to lead No. 19 BYU to a 38-24 victory over Wyoming.

Washington 40, Stanford 22
Washington 40, Stanford 22 Wayne Taulapapa rushed for a career-high 120 yards and one touchdown, Washington's defense sacked Stanford quarterback Tanner McKee eight times and forced two fumbles, and the 18th-ranked Huskies beat the Cardinal 40-22.

Utah 34, Arizona State 13
Utah 34, Arizona State 13 Cameron Rising threw for 260 yards and two touchdowns to tight end Dalton Kincaid, and No. 13 Utah rolled past Arizona State 34-13.

Southern Cal 17, Oregon State 14
Southern Cal 17, Oregon State 14 Jordan Addison caught a go-ahead 21-yard touchdown pass with 1:13 left and No. 7 USC overcame a shaky performance for a 17-14 victory over Oregon State.

Kansas State 41, Oklahoma 34
Kansas State 41, Oklahoma 34 Kansas State quarterback Adrian Martinez ran for 148 yards and four touchdowns, and the Wildcats stunned No. 6 Oklahoma 41-34.

Ohio State 52, Wisconsin 21
Ohio State 52, Wisconsin 21 Cade Stover and Emeka Egbuka each caught two of C.J. Stroud's five touchdown passes, Miyan Williams rushed for two more scores and No. 3 Ohio State blew by Wisconsin early and cruised to a 52-21 win.

North Carolina State 41, Connecticut 10
North Carolina State 41, Connecticut 10 Devin Leary threw for 320 yards and four touchdowns - including a 75-yarder on the first play from scrimmage - and No. 12 North Carolina State routed UConn 41-10.

Texas A&M 23, Arkansas 21
Texas A&M 23, Arkansas 21 Devon Achane rushed for 159 yards and a touchdown, Demani Richardson sprinted the final 82 yards on a wild fumble return for another score and No. 23 Texas A&M beat 10th-ranked Arkansas 23-21.

Alabama 55, Vanderbilt 3
Alabama 55, Vanderbilt 3 Bryce Young passed for a season-high 385 yards and four touchdowns and No. 2 Alabama beat Vanderbilt 55-3.

Kentucky 31, Northern Illinois 23
Kentucky 31, Northern Illinois 23 Will Levis tied a career best with four touchdown passes, including critical scores of 70 and 40 yards to Barion Brown and Tayvion Robinson, respectively, after halftime, and No. 8 Kentucky held off Northern Illinois 31-23.

Oregon 44, Washington State 41
Oregon 44, Washington State 41 Oregon quarterback Bo Nix was piling up the yardage, but the No. 15 Ducks were not getting into the end zone in the first half against Washington State. That all changed with less than seven minutes left in the game, when Oregon scored three late touchdowns to come back for a 44-41 win over the Cougars.

Mississippi 35, Tulsa 27
Mississippi 35, Tulsa 27 Jaxson Dart and Quinshon Judkins accounted for four touchdowns in the big quarter as Mississippi rallied from an early deficit to beat Tulsa 35-27.

Texas Tech 37, Texas 34
Texas Tech 37, Texas 34 Trey Wolff kicked a 20-yard field goal in overtime, lifting the Red Raiders over No. 22 Texas 37-34 after they overcame a two-touchdown deficit in the second half but let a lead slip away in the final minute.

Tennessee 38, Florida 33
Tennessee 38, Florida 33 Hendon Hooker threw for 349 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 112 yards and a score to lead No. 11 Tennessee to a 38-33 victory over No. 20 Florida.

Middle Tennessee 45, Miami 31
Middle Tennessee 45, Miami 31 Chase Cunningham passed for 408 yards and three touchdowns, including a 98-yarder to DJ England-Chisholm, and Middle Tennessee State stunned No. 25 Miami 45-31 for its first win in 21 tries against ranked opponents.

Baylor 31, Iowa State 24
Baylor 31, Iowa State 24 Shapen completed 19 of his 26 passes, connecting with 11 receivers. Gavin Holmes finished with three catches for 92 yards, including a 38-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter.

Clemson 51, Wake Forest 45
Clemson 51, Wake Forest 45 Nate Wiggins broke up Sam Hartman's fourth-down pass in the end zone to help the Tigers hold off the Demon Deacons 51-45.

Pittsburgh 45, Rhode Island 24
Pittsburgh 45, Rhode Island 24 Tailback Israel Abanikanda rushed for four touchdowns and quarterback Kedon Slovis was solid in his return from injury as No. 24 Pittsburgh beat Rhode Island 45-24.

Penn State 33, Central Michigan 14
Penn State 33, Central Michigan 14 Sean Clifford completed 22 of 34 passes for 217 yards and accounted for four touchdowns for the Nittany Lions, who forced four turnovers to keep the game out of reach.

Michigan 34, Maryland 27
Michigan 34, Maryland 27 Blake Corum rushed for a career-high 243 yards and two touchdowns and No. 4 Michigan topped Maryland 34-27 in the Big Ten opener for both teams.

Georgia 39, Kent State 22
Georgia 39, Kent State 22 Brock Bowers scored two more touchdowns and Georgia survived a sloppy performance and surprisingly gritty effort from the Golden Flashes.

College Football September 23
Air Force 48, Nevada 20
Texas-El Paso 27, Boise State 10
Syracuse 22, Virginia 20


Hykeem Williams commits to Florida State
Hykeem Williams commits to Florida State 4 star wide receiver Hykeem Williams has committed to Florida State. He is rated the No. 5 wide receiver in the 2023 class and No. 26 overall.

College Football September 22
Illinois 31, Chattanooga 0
Coastal Carolina 41, Georgia State 24
West Virginia 33, Virginia Tech 10




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