College Football Top 25 Scores And Results Week 7: Oct. 15

MIAMI, FL, Sporting Alert — College football Top 25 scores and results, following the latest round of games that were played in Week 7 on Saturday.

J.T. Barrett of Ohio State Buckeyes college football

Quarterback J.T. Barrett of Ohio State Buckeyes

MIAMI, FL, Sporting Alert — College football Top 25 scores and results, following the latest round of games that were played in Week 7 on Saturday.

No. 1 Alabama, No. 4 Georgia and No. 9 Ohio State all secured wins over the weekend, but No. 5 Washington and No. 10 Auburn joined the list of Top 10 teams losing in Week 7.

ARIZONA STATE 13, No. 5 WASHINGTON 7

TEMPE, Ariz. — The biggest shock of the day came at Sun Devil Stadium where the fifth-ranked Washington suffered a 13-7 defeat to Arizona State.

Manny Wilkins finished 29 of 41 on passes for 245 yards and Brandon Ruiz kicked two field goals to help the Sun Devils (3-3, 2-1 Pac-12) hand the Huskies their first loss of the season.

Ruiz also missed a 47-yard field goal in the fourth quarter.

Van Soderberg missed on two field goal attempts in the third quarter for Washington (6-1, 3-1 Pac-12), which was held off the scoreboard for the first three quarters before finally hitting the board in the fourth period.

Jake Browning passed for 139 yards and ran for a 1-yard touchdown with 5:32 left for the Huskies.

According to ESPN Stats and Information, Washington was losing at Arizona State for the seventh straight time and is yet to pick up a win in Tempe since 2001.

LSU 27, No. 10 AUBURN 23

BATON ROUGE, La. — D.J. Chark returned a punt 75 yards for a touchdown and LSU scored 13 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to beat No. 10 Auburn 27-23 on Saturday.

The LSU Tigers trailed 20-0 early in the second quarter but scored twice to cut the deficit to 23-14 at halftime.

Chark opened up with his big scoring run in the opening seconds for the fourth quarter and then Connor Culp kicked clutch field goals of 42 and 36 yards inside the final three minutes to complete the comeback for LSU.

Danny Etling went 13 of 24 for 206 yards and a touchdown, Chark had five receptions for 150 yards.

Russell Gage, who made a diving 14-yard touchdown reception, and Derrius Guice each ran for 71 yards for LSU on an evening when former head coach Les Miles made his return to Baton Rouge.

Kerryon Johnson rushed for 156 yards and a touchdown for Auburn (5-2, 3-1) and Jarrett Stidham threw for 165 yards and a TD for the travelers, who had won four in a row.

No. 1 ALABAMA 41, ARKANSAS 9

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — No. 1 Alabama picked up a comfortable 41-9 victory over Arkansas on Saturday night.

Damien Harris rushed for 125 yards and two scores, including a 75-yard touchdown run to start the game and the Crimson Tide (7-0, 4-0 Southeastern Conference) never looked back.

Jalen Hurts completed 12 of 19 passes for 155 yards with a touchdown and an interception and ran for another 41 yards and a score for Alabama, which led 17-0 midway through the first quarter and 24-0 at halftime.

Cole Kelley went 23 of 42 for 200 yards with one touchdown and an interception in the defeat for Arkansas (2-4, 0-3), which is still searching for its first league win this season.

No. 9 OHIO STATE 56, NEBRASKA 14

LINCOLN, Neb. — J.T. Barrett threw for five touchdowns and ran for another two scores, and No. 9 Ohio State scored frequently and easily in its 56-14 hammering of Nebraska.

The Buckeyes (6-1, 4-0 Big Ten), who continued to dominant teams since losing to Oklahoma last month, led 35-0 at halftime, while scoring on their first eight possessions.

Senior leader Barrett finished 27 of 33 for a season-high 325 yards and he rushed 10 times for 48 yards before making way for Dwayne Haskins in the fourth quarter.

Tanner Lee was 23 of 38 for 303 yards and JD Spielman took 11 catches for 200 yards and a TD for the Cornhuskers (3-4, 2-2).

College football Top 25 scores – Week 7

Saturday 14, 2017

No. 1 ALABAMA 41, ARKANSAS 9
No. 4 GEORGIA 53, MISSOURI 28
ARIZONA STATE 13, No. 5 WASHINGTON 7
No. 6 TCU 26, KANSAS STATE 6
No. 7 WISCONSIN 17, PURDUE 9
No. 9 OHIO STATE 56, NEBRASKA 14
LSU 27, No. 10 AUBURN 23
No. 11 MIAMI 25, GEORGIA TECH 24
No. 12 OKLAHOMA 29, TEXAS 24
No. 13 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 28, UTAH 27
No. 14 OKLAHOMA STATE 59, BAYLOR 16
No. 17 MICHIGAN 27, INDIANA 20, OT
No. 18 SOUTH FLORIDA 33, CINCINNATI 3
BOISE STATE 31, No. 19 SAN DIEGO STATE 14
No. 20 N.C. STATE 35, PITTSBURGH 17
No. 21 MICHIGAN STATE 30, MINNESOTA 27
No. 22 UCF 63, EAST CAROLINA 21
No. 23 STANFORD 49, OREGON 7
WEST VIRGINIA 46, No. 24 TEXAS TECH 35
MEMPHIS 30, No. 25 NAVY 27

 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.