BoxScores, Records, Results and Scores NCAAF – Week 14

No.1 Alabama were stunned by No. 4 Auburn on a late touchdown on Saturday. The Tigers, through Chris Davis’ 100-plus kick return touchdown, beat the two-time college football defending champions, 28-34.

GAINESVILLE (Sporting Alert) — No.1 Alabama were stunned by No. 4 Auburn on a late touchdown on Saturday. The Tigers, through Chris Davis’ 100-plus kick return touchdown, beat the two-time college football defending champions, 28-34.

There were a lot of drama as well in this game, as three players, two from Ohio State and one Michigan, were ejected, following for fighting in the second quarter.

No. 2 Florida State took a step closer to competing for the college football national championship title after crushing rival Florida 37-7 on Saturday as well to stay undefeated this season.

Star quarterback Jameis Winston threw three touchdown passes to Kelvin Benjamin and the Seminoles (12-0, 8-0 ACC) easily got by the Gators (4-8, 3-5 SEC) and will now look to next Saturday’s Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) championship game against Duke, knowing that a victory their would more than likely earn them a spot in the Bowl Championship title game.

In another notable result on Saturday, No. 3 Ohio State (12-0, 8-0 Big Ten) just held on to beat Michigan (7-4, 3-4 Big Ten) 42-41. The Wolverines had the chance to tie up the game by taking the one point kick, but instead opted for a two point conversion.

After scoring a touchdown with 0:32 seconds left in the game, Michigan, going for the victory, saw its two-point pass conversion failed – intercepted by the Buckeyes – who improved to 24-0 with Urban Meyer as the chief.

No. 5 Missouri beat (21) Texas A&M 28-21, the 8th ranked Stanford came away 27-20 win over (25) Notre Dame and No. 9 Baylor  beat TCU 41-38.

In other top 25 ranked early game results in college football on Saturday, No. 24 Duke (10-2, 6-2 ACC) survived the challenges of North Carolina to earn a 27-25 win and setup the ACC title clash with Florida State, while No. 11 Michigan State (11-1, 8-0 Big Ten) took a 14-3 victory over Minnesota and will now look to the Big Ten championship clash with Ohio State.

NCAAF TOP 25 – COLLEGE FOOTBALL Saturday, November 30
RESULT ND BOX SCORES

(4) Auburn 34 (11-1) beat. (1) Alabama 28 (11-1) Box Score
(2) Florida State 37 (12-0) beat. Florida 7 (4-8) Box Score
(3) Ohio State 42 (12-0) beat. Michigan 41 (7-5) Box Score
(5) Missouri 28 (11-1) beat. (21) Texas A&M 21 (8-4) Box Score
(8) Stanford 27 (10-2) beat. (25) Notre Dame 20 (8-4) Box Score
(9) Baylor 41 (10-1) beat. TCU 38 (4-8) Box Score
(10) South Carolina 31 (10-2) beat. (6) Clemson 17 (10-2) Box Score
(11) Michigan State 14 (11-1) beat. Minnesota 3 (8-4) Box Score
(12) Arizona State 58 (10-2) beat. Arizona 21 (7-5) Box Score
Penn State 31 (7-5) beat. (15) Wisconsin 24 (9-3) Box Score
(22) UCLA 35 (9-3) beat. (23) USC 14 (9-4) Box Score
(24) Duke 27 (10-2) beat. North Carolina 25 (6-6) Box Score

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