College Football Scores and Reports In Week 6 on Oct. 10

TEXAS, Sporting Alert – NCAA college football scores and recaps in Week 6 on Saturday, October 10. Ohio State wins, Texas upset Oklahoma.

NO. 1 OHIO STATE 49, MARYLAND 28

COLOMBUS — J.T. Barrett and Ezekiel Elliott dominated and No. 1 Ohio State recovered from a mid-game wobble to see off Maryland, 49-28 on Saturday.

Barrett, who was involved in Ohio State’s opening two touchdowns, ran for 62 yards and three touchdowns and Elliott finished with 106 yards and two scores in the win for the Buckeyes (6-0, 2-0 Big Ten), who have now won 19 games in a row.

Elliott, with his tally on Saturday, also ran for at least 100-yards for the 11th successive time.

Cardale Jones completed 21 of 28 passes for 291 yards and two touchdowns.

Braxton Miller, who took two superb catches in the first half, ended with five of them for 79 yards and a score, while Jalin Marshall took four catches for 78 yards and a touchdown.

Perry Hills went 10 of 27 for 133 yards and a touchdown and ran for another 170 yards and two scores for Maryland.

D.J. Moore had three catches for 64 yards and a score for the Terrapins (2-4).

NO. 18 MICHIGAN 38, NO.13 NORTHWESTERN 0

ANN ARBOR — Jehu Chesson ran back the opening kickoff 96-yards and No. 18 Michigan kept the offense of No. 13 Northwestern quiet in a 38-0 win in college football action on Saturday.

Drake Johnson and Jake Rudock also ran for scores in the first quarter, as the Wolverines (5-1, 2-0 Big Ten) raced off to a 21-0 lead at the end of the opening stanza.

The home side led 28-0 at halftime, following another touchdown by Jourdan Lewis, who ran back a 37-yard interception.

Jake Rudock was 17 of 23 on throws for 179 yards for Michigan, which tallied 380 yards and collected its third-straight shutout this season.

The Wildcats (5-1, 1-1) missed a 42-yard field goal attempt in the first quarter.

Northwestern averaged 248.8 yards rushing per game entering today’s contest, but were held to a shocking 38 yards on the ground against Michigan.

TEXAS 24, NO. 10 OKLAHOMA 17

TEXAS — Marcus Johnson and Lorenzo Joe scored touchdowns in the first quarter to help Texas jumped out to a 14-0 lead and then held on for a shocking 24-17 win over No. 10 Oklahoma on Saturday.

The Longhorns (2-4) led 14-3 at halftime.

D’Onta Foreman ran for 117 yards and Jerrod Heard rushed 21 times for 115 for Texas, which was on a three-game losing streak coming into the clash with the Sooners.

“I’ve been saying it and I truly believe it: We have a good football team,” Texas head coach Charlie Strong said after his team’s upset victory.

Heard also completed 8 of 10 passes for 53 yards and a touchdown and Tyrone Swoopes also threw a touchdown pass to Caleb Bluiett, which gave the home side a 24-10 lead in the fourth quarter.

Baker Mayfield went 20 of 28 on passes for 211 yards and one touchdown for Oklahoma (4-1), which came into this game undefeated after winning its opening four games.

Interestingly, according to ESPN Stats and Info, Texas is now 6-2 when unranked and taking on a ranked Sooners team. The report also noted that the Longhorns, with a 2-4 record, are the “worst team” to down an AP Top-10 Oklahoma outfit.

Sterling Shepard had six catches for 95 yards for Oklahoma, which was held to 278 total yards and just 67 rushing yards in the defeat.

With the win, Texas secured the Red River Rivalry, as the Golden Hat returns to Austin.

No. 14 OLE MISS 52, NEW MEXICO STATE 3

OXFORD — Chad Kelly threw for 384 yards and three touchdowns and No. 14 Ole Miss dominated New Mexico State 52-3 in college football action on Saturday.

Kelly, who completed 24 of 33 passes, also ran for 32 yards and a score in the victory for the Rebels (5-1), who rebounded from last week’s 38-10 defeat to Florida.

Laquon Treadwell caught eight passes for 136 yards and two touchdowns, Markell Pack took three catches for 76 yards and a score and Eugene Brazley ran for 98 yards and a 78-yard touchdown in the win for Mississippi, which piled up 665 total yards.

The Rebels’ defense held New Mexico State to 98 yards on the ground.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL SCORES IN WEEK 6

NO. 1 OHIO STATE 49, MARYLAND 28
NO. 3 BAYLOR 66, KANSAS 7
NO. 4 MICHIGAN STATE 31, RUTGERS 24
NO. 5 UTAH 30, NO. 23 CALIFORNIA 24
NO. 6 CLEMSON 43, GEORGIA TECH 24
NO. 7 LSU 45, SOUTH CAROLINA 24
NO. 8 ALABAMA 27, ARKANSAS 14
TEXAS 24, NO. 10 OKLAHOMA 17
NO. 11 FLORDA 21, MISSOURI 3
No. 14 OLE MISS 52, NEW MEXICO STATE 3
NO. 15 NOTRE DAME 41, NAVY 24
NO. 18 MICHIGAN 38, NO.13 NORTHWESTERN 0
TENNESSEE 38, NO. 19 GEORGIA 31
NO. 22 IOWA 29, ILLINOIS 20
NO. 24 TOLEDO 38, KENT STATE 7
NO. 25 BOISE STATE 41, COLORADO STATE 10

SELECTED SCORES

Mississippi State 45, Troy 17
Wisconsin 23, Nebraska 21

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