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UPDATED: College Football AP Top 25 Scores Week 4

TUSCALOOSA, Ala., Sporting Alert — College Football AP Top 25 scores, results and box score links for Week 4 on Saturday, September 24.

NO. 1 ALABAMA 48, KENT STATE 0

No. 1 Alabama (4-0) rout Kent State 48-0 to stay undefeated this season and secured its fourth straight victory this season.

Jalen Hurts completed 16 of 24 passes for 164 yards and threw a touchdown pass to Mack Wilson, while running for another 54 yards and a score for the Crimson Tide, who used three quarterbacks in the game.

Freshman running sub Joshua Jacobs ran 11 times for 97 yards and his first two career touchdowns for Alabama, which loses tailback Damien Harris, who went down early during the game with a sprained right ankle on the opening drive.

Harris didn’t return to the game and Alabama has listed him as day-to-day.

Tight end O.J. Howard caught three passes 60 yards and was found by No. 2 quarterback Blake Barnett for a touchdown.

“It’s just tough to see a player who means so much to our offense go down,” Howard said about Harris.

The Crimson Tide tallied 502 total yards, held Kent State (1-3) to just 166 total yards, while dominating the Golden Flashes on first downs 26 to 5.

NO. 11 WISCONSIN 30, NO. 8 MICHIGAN STATE 6

At the Spartan Stadium in East Lansing, No. 11 Wisconsin used a dominating third quarter to setup a shocking 30-6 victory over No. 8 Michigan State in a Big Ten college football showdown.

Redshirt freshman Alex Hornibrook threw for 195 yards and a touchdown in his first start for the Badgers (4-0, 1-0 Big Ten).

Leo Musso returned a fumble 66 yards for a score in the third quarter, which had pushed to score out to 20-6 in favour of Wisconsin early after the halftime interval.

The visitors outscored Michigan State 17-0 in the third quarter.

Corey Clement ran for two touchdowns for the Badgers, who were securing their second win against AP top-10 opponents this season.

“I like these big situations that we come across,” Clement said. “I just think we play better against bigger opponents.”

Wisconsin plays at Michigan next week, before hosting Ohio State after a bye week.

“Keep bringing on the big matchups, and we’ll be ready for them,” added Clement.

Tyler O’Connor went 18 of 38 on passes for 224 yards with one touchdown and three interceptions in the defeat for the Spartans (2-1, 0-1).

College Football Week 4 Scores and Updates
Saturday, September 24

NO. 1 ALABAMA 48, KENT STATE 0
NO. 3 LOUISVILLE 59, MARSHALL 28
NO. 4 MICHIGAN 49, PENN STATE 10
NO. 6 HOUSTON 64, TEXAS STATE 3
NO. 11 WISCONSIN 30, NO. 8 MICHIGAN STATE 6
NO. 10 TEXAS A&M 45, NO. 17 ARKANSAS 24
NO. 23 MISSISSIPPI 45, NO. 12 GEORGIA 14
NO. 13 FLORIDA STATE 55, SOUTH FLORIDA 35
NO. 14 TENNESSEE 38, NO. 19 FLORIDA 28
NO. 16 BAYLOR 35, OKLAHOMA STATE 24
AUBURN 18, NO. 18 LSU 13
NO. 20 NEBRASKA 24, NORTHWESTERN 13

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