UPDATE: College Football Scores In Week 13 On Nov. 27-28

FORT LAUDERDALE, Sporting Alert – College football scores and results from the games that took place in Week 13 on Friday, Nov. 27 and Saturday, Nov. 28.

NO. 8 OHIO STATE 42, NO. 12 MICHIGAN 13

ANN ARBOR, Mich. — After their big setback last week against Michigan State, Ezekiel Elliott and Ohio State bounced back with a big 42-13 victory over Michigan in their Big Ten battle.

Elliott returned this week to rush for 214 yards on 30 carries with two touchdowns, after being held to just 33 rushing yards a week ago.

“I hope he makes it to New York because that was a Heisman performance,” said Ohio State coach Urban Meyers when asked about Elliott’s chances of winning the illustrious trophy this season.

Quarterback J.T. Barrett rushed for 139 yards and three scores and threw for another 113 yards and a touchdown for the Buckeyes (11-1, 7-1 Big Ten), who piled up 369 yards on the ground and limiting No. 10 Michigan to just 57 yards rushing.

Jake Rudock completed 19-of-32 passes for a game-high 263 yards and one touchdown, while Jehu Chesson took eight catches for 111 yards and a touchdown for the Wolverines (9-3, 6-2 Big Ten).

This win on Saturday for Ohio State handed coach Meyer his fourth successive against Michigan.

NO. 6 MICHIGAN STATE 55, PENN STATE 16

EAST LANSING, Mich. —  Connor Cook threw for 248 yards and three touchdowns, and No. 6 Michigan State defeated Penn State 55-16 to earn a spot in the Big Ten championship game against Iowa.

Cook, who went 19-of-26 on completed passes, was returning from a shoulder injury which forced him to miss the win over Ohio State last week.

The victory for the Spartans (11-1, 7-1 Big Ten) now set up a date with the unbeaten Iowa for the Big Ten title, with the winner expected to advance to the College Football Playoff semi-final.

Michigan and the Buckeyes are tied in the Big Ten East standings, but the Spartans get the nod on the head-to-head matchup.

Aaron Burbridge caught six passes for 75 yards and a touchdown and R.J. Shelton had four catches for 74 yards and a touchdown.

Chris Godwin took 11 catches for 109 yards and two touchdowns, and Christian Hackenberg threw for 257 yards and two touchdowns in the defeat for Penn State.

Scores and Results
Saturday, 28

NO. 1 CLEMSON 37, SOUTH CAROLINA 32
NO. 2 ALABAMA 29, AUBURN 13
NO. 5 OKLAHOMA 58, NO. 9 OKLAHOMA STATE 23
NO. 6 MICHIGAN STATE 55, PENN STATE 16
NO. 8 OHIO STATE 42, NO. 12 MICHIGAN 13
NO. 11 NORTH CAROLINA 45, N.C. STATE 34
NO. 14 FLORIDA STATE 27, NO. 10 FLORIDA 2
NO. 17 NORTHWESTERN 24, ILLINOIS 14
NO. 19 MISSISSIPPI 38, NO. 23 MISSISSIPPI STATE 27
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 40, NO. 22 UCLA 21
NO. 25 TEMPLE 27, CONNECTICUT 3

COLLEGE FOOTBALL SCORES
RESULTS FROM FRIDAY NIGHT
November 27

NO. 15 TCU 28, NO. 7 BAYLOR 20

FORT WORTH, Texas — Trevone Boykin threw for two touchdowns, including an 8-yard pass to KaVontae Turpin in the second overtime, and No. 15 TCU ended the Big 12 title hunt and playoff chance of No. 7 Baylor, with a 28-21 victory in the rain on Friday night.

These two sides were co-champions of the Big 12 last year, but the Horned Frogs, who were already out of the league race, ended the Bears chance of winning their third successive Big 12 crown.

Trevone Boykin went 18-for-33 on passes for 148 yards and two touchdowns, while running for another score for TCU (10-2, 7-2 Big 12).

Josh Carraway returned a fumble 56 yards for a touchdown for the Horned Frogs and Jarrison Stewart caught a pass for a touchdown for the home side, which bounced back from last week’s narrow defeat to Oklahoma.

Meanwhile, Devin Chafin ran for 119 yards and two scores, and caught a pass for a touchdown for Baylor (9-2, 6-2).

Johnny Jefferson ran for 82 yards on 12 carries for the Bears in the defeat.

NO. 4 IOWA 28, NEBRASKA 20

LINCOLN, Neb. — Jordan Canzeri ran for two touchdowns, and No. 4 Iowa defeated Nebraska 28-20 and improved to 12-0 for the first time in program history.

Canzeri, who carried the ball 17 times for 140 yards, helped the Hawkeyes (12-0, 8-0 Big Ten) complete its first perfect regular season and head into the Big Ten Championship in tremendous form.

C.J. Beathard completed 9-of-16 passes for 97 yards and a touchdown for Iowa, which goes into next week’s Big Ten championship game as one of two remaining undefeated teams left this season.

At the moment, they also have full control of their own College Football Playoff destiny.

Imani Cross ran for two scores to lead the way for Nebraska, while Tommy Armstrong Jr. threw for 296 yards and ran for another 46 in the defeat for the Cornhuskers (5-7, 3-5 Big Ten).

College Football Scores Complete
November 27 and 28

Friday, 27

NO. 3 IOWA 28, NEBRASKA 20
NO. 15 TCU 28, NO. 7 BAYLOR 20
NO. 21 HOUSTON 52, NO. 16 NAVY 31
NO. 18 OREGON 52, OREGON STATE 42
WASHINGTON 45, NO. 20 WASHINGTON STATE 10
WESTERN MICHIGAN 35, NO. 24 TOLEDO 30

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