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College Football Top 25; Big Ten Scores In Week 10: Nov. 5

BATON ROUGE, Sporting Alert – College Football Top 25 scores and updated results from the games that took place in Week 10 on Saturday, November 5.

NO. 2 MICHIGAN 59, MARYLAND 3 – BIG TEN SCORE

Wilton Speight threw for a career-high 362 yards and two touchdowns and No. 3 Michigan rout Maryland 59-3 to remain undefeated this season.

Speight, who went 19 of 24 on completed passes also had a 10-yard run for a score, while setting a first-half school record when tallying 292 yards passing on 13 of 16 pass completion before the interval.

De’Veon Smith carried the ball 19 times for a season-high 114 yards rushing and a career-high three touchdowns for the Wolverines (9-0, 6-0 Big Ten, No. 2 AP).

Amara Darboh ran four times for 77 yards and a score for Michigan in front of a crowd of 110,626.

With the win on Saturday, the Wolverines improved to 9-0 for the first time since 2006, while continuing to lead Ohio State in the battle for the Big Ten EAST division title.

After winning four straight to start the season, the Maryland Terrapins (5-4) have now dropped four of their last five games.

NO. 3 CLEMSON 54, SYRACUSE 0

Leading quarterback Deshaun Watson threw two touchdown passes and ran for another score before leaving the game with a bruised shoulder in No. 2 Clemson’s 54-0 shutout win over Syracuse.

Watson, who went 13 of 16 on passes for 169 yards also ran for 39 more yards before being replaced by Nick Schuessler, who was also impressive, after going 11 of 17 for 177 yards and two touchdowns without an interception.

Wayne Gallman ran for 63 yards and a score, Deon Cain took five catches for 125 yards and two scores with Mike Williams catching the ball six times for 106 yards and a score for the Tigers (9-0, (6-0 ACC, No. 3 AP)

Austin Wilson passed for 116 yards with two interceptions for Syracuse (4-5, 2-3) in the defeat.

MISSISSIPPI STATE 35, NO. 4 TEXAS A&M 28

Quarterback Nick Fitzgerald threw for 209 yards with two touchdowns and ran for another 182 yards and two more scores to help Mississippi State upset No. 4 Texas A&M 35-28 in a college football game on Saturday.

The Bulldogs, who had a very tough run in October after losing three of their four games, stunned the Aggies (7-2, 4-2 SEC, No. 7 AP) who were the surprised fourth-ranked team in the first College Football Playoff rankings released Tuesday.

Aeris Williams finished with a career-high 140 yards and a touchdown with Fred Ross taking six catches for 98 yards and two TDs for Mississippi State (4-5, 2-3), which will next face No. 1 Alabama on the road next weekend.

Christian Kirk had seven catches for 144 yards and a score for the Aggies, who played most of the game without starting QB Trevor Knight, who left the contest in the second quarter with a right shoulder injury.

College Football Top 25 Scores
Week 11, Saturday, November 5

NO. 1 ALABAMA 10, NO. 13 LSU 0
NO. 3 MICHIGAN 59, MARYLAND 3 – BiG TeN Score

NO. 2 CLEMSON 54, SYRACUSE 0
MISSISSIPPI STATE 35, NO. 4 TEXAS A&M 28
NO. 6 OHIO STATE 62, NO. 10 NEBRASKA 3
NO. 7 LOUISVILLE 52, BOSTON COLLEGE 7
NO. 8 WISCONSIN 21, NORTHWESTERN 7 – Big Ten Score
NO. 9 AUBURN 23, VANDERBILT 16
ARKANSAS 31, NO. 11 FLORIDA 10
NO. 12 PENN STATE 41, IOWA 14
TCU 62, NO. 17 BAYLOR 22
NO. 18 OKLAHOMA STATE 43, KANSAS STATE 37
NO. 21 NORTH CAROLINA 48, GEORGIA TECH 20
NO. 19 VIRGINIA TECH 24, DUKE 21
NO. WEST VIRGINIA 48, KANSAS 21
NO. 22 FLORIDA STATE 24, NC STATE 20
NO. 25 WASHINGTON STATE 69, ARIZONA 7

MORE BIG TEN SCORES

Indiana 33, Rutgers 27
Illinois 31, Michigan State 27
Minnesota 44, Purdue 31

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