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MIAMI, FL, Sporting Alert – Latest AP Top 25 college football scores in Week on Saturday, November 12.

On a day in which No. 1 Alabama and No. 6 (No. 5 CFP) Ohio State both scored big wins, three of the nation’s top four teams suffered defeats, with No. 2 Clemson, No. 3 Michigan and No. 4 Washington all losing for the first time this term.

NO. 1 ALABAMA 51, MISSISSIPPI STATE 3

Jalen Hurts tallied 447 total yards, accounted for five touchdowns, and the top-ranked Alabama easily knocked off Mississippi State 51-3 on Saturday.

Hurts threw for career-highs of 347 yards and four touchdowns and ran for another 100 yards and a scored in less than three quarters, as the Crimson Tide (10-0, 7-0 SEC) recorded 615 total yards in a dominant performance.

Hurts, who completed 28 of 37 passes with one interception and carried the ball 11 times on the day, became the first Alabama player to throw for 300 yards and run for 100 yards rushing in the same game.

The talented freshman was replaced by Cooper Bateman late in the third quarter and his replacement went on to complete 3 of 4 passes for 52 yards and a TD.

ArDarius Stewart caught the ball eight times for 152 yards and three touchdowns for Alabama, which clinched the SEC West and earned a trip to the conference championship game in Atlanta.

Mississippi State (4-6, 2-4) which upset then-No. 4 Texas A&M last week, couldn’t keep it together on defense, while the offense failed to get into the end zone.

PITTSBURGH 43, NO. 3 CLEMSON 42

Chris Blewitt made a 48-yard field goal with 0:06 left on the clock and Pittsburgh shocked second-ranked Clemson 43-42 and handed the Tigers their first loss of the college football season.

The Panthers entered the fourth quarter trailing 42-34, but James Conner ran for a 20-yard score to cut the deficit to two points after the visitors failed on a two-point conversion with 5:17 left on the clock.

Blewitt then made the winning field goal with 6 seconds left.

Pittsburgh (5-4, 3-4 ACC) sealed the stunning win after a wild back-and-forth battle at Memorial Stadium, where Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson had a record-setting outing.

Watson went a stunning 52 of 70 on completed passes and threw for an ACC-record 580 yards and three touchdowns, but was intercepted three times in the defeat for the Tigers, who are expected to fall slightly in the College Football Playoff rankings.

Mike Williams caught 15 passes for 202 yards and one touchdown, Artavis Scott had 13 catches for 125 and a TD, while Wayne Gallman ran for three scores in the defeat for the Clemson (9-1, 6-1, No. 2 CFP).

Nathan Peterman finished with a career-best five TD passes for Pittsburgh, and threw for 308 yards without an interception. He completed 22 of 37 passes.

Conner rushed for 132 yards with a score and caught three passes for 57 yards and another touchdown.

Scott Orndoff had nine catches for 128 yards and two scores and George Aston had two TD catches on a wild day of college football.

IOWA 14, NO. 2 MICHIGAN 13

In another upsetting college football score in Week 11, third-ranked Michigan was handed its first defeat of the season and it could damage the Wolverines’ playoff hopes.

Michigan entered the game as the favourite to improved to 10-0 on the term, but was stunned 14-13 by the Hawkeyes (6-4, 4-3 Big Ten) after freshman Keith Duncan kicked a 33-yard field goal as time expired to win the game for the home side in front of a crowd of 52,242 in Iowa City.

Akrum Wadley ran for 115 yards and had five catches for 52 yards and a touchdown for Iowa, which snapped a two-game losing streak.

Wilton Speight completed 11 of 26 passes for 103 yards with an interception for Michigan (9-1, 6-1, No. 3 CFP), which took a 13-11 lead in the fourth quarter on a Kenny Allen 51-yard field goal.

The visitors looked well on their way to wrapping up the game with less than two minutes left.

However, a facemask penalty late in the game gave Iowa a lifeline and Duncan capitalized by drilling home the winner for the Hawkeyes on the final play of the contest.

NO. 20 USC 26, NO. 4 WASHINGTON 13

Also falling on the day was No. 4 Washington, which could find themselves on outside of the college football playoff top six after losing 26-13 to a rejuvenated USC.

After losing three of their opening four games to start the college football season, the Trojans (7-3, 6-2 PAC-12, No. 20 CFP) have won six straight games.

USC’s Sam Darnold was picked off twice, but the quarterback, still finished with impressive figures after going 23 of 33 on passes for 287 yards and two touchdowns.

Ronald Jones II ran for 93 yards and a score, while Darreus Rogers and Daniel Imatorbhebhe each took touchdown catches in the win for the Trojans, who became the only program with a winning all-time record against teams ranked in The Associated Press Top 4, reported ESPN Stats and Info.

Heisman Trophy candidate, Jake Browning was pressured all night by the USC defense and the Washington quarter finished with a 30.4 QBR.

Browning went 17 of 36 on passes for 259 yards with one touchdown, but was also intercepted two times.

John Ross caught passes for 154 yards and a TD in the defeat for the Huskies (9-1, 6-1, No. 4 CFP) who had their 12-game winning streak snapped.

AP Top 25 College Football Scores
Saturday, November 12

NO. 1 ALABAMA 51, MISSISSIPPI STATE 3
IOWA 14, NO. 2 MICHIGAN 13
PITTSBURGH 43, NO. 3 CLEMSON 42
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 26, NO. 4 WASHINGTON 13
NO. 5 LOUISVILLE 44, WAKE FOREST 12
NO. 6 OHIO STATE 62, MARYLAND 3
NO. 7 WISCONSIN 48, ILLINOIS 3
GEORGIA 13, NO. 8 AUBURN 7
NO. 9 OKLAHOMA 45, NO. 25 BAYLOR 24
MISSISSIPPI 29, NO. 10 TEXAS A&M 28
NO. 11 WEST VIRGINIA 24, TEXAS 20
NO. 12 PENN STATE 45, INDIANA 31
NO. 16 COLORADO 49, ARIZONA 24
NO. 17 OKLAHOMA STATE 45, TEXAS TECH 44
GEORGIA TECH 30, NO. 18 VIRGINIA TECH 20
NO. 19 LSU 38, ARKANSAS 10
NO. 21 NEBRASKA 24, MINNESOTA 17
NO. 22 FLORIDA 20, SOUTH CAROLINA 7
NO. 23 WASHINGTON STATE 56, CALIFORNIA 21

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