UPDATED: Latest College Football Scores Week 11: Nov. 14

TEXAS, Sporting Alert — College football scores and results which involve the AP Top 25 teams in action in Week 11, Saturday, Nov. 14.

There were five upsetting results in Week 11, which we have highlighted Red below in the results and scores list, but the sides in the College Football Playoff Rankings top four won their respective fixtures to keep their chances alive.

NO. 12 OKLAHOMA 44, NO. 6 BAYLOR 34

WACO, TEXAS — The projected college football game of the week lived up to the hype, but the final score didn’t go the way the oddsmakers had predicted.

Baker Mayfield went 24 of 34 on completed passes for 270 yards and three touchdowns, while rushing for another 76 yards and a score to lead Oklahoma (No. 12 CFP, No. 12 AP) to a 44-34 victory over Baylor (No. 6 CFP, No. 4 AP).

Samaje Perine also ran for 166 yards ans two scores and Sterling Shepard took 14 catches for 177 yards and two touchdowns in the win for the Sooners (9-1), who handed the Bears its first loss of the season and ended their FBS-best 20-game home winning streak.

Baylor jumped out to a quick lead after scoring on the first drive, but the home side never led afterward, as the mistakes kept piling up and Oklahoma’s defense grew in confidence.

Devin Chafin ran for three scores and Jarrett Stidham, making his second start of the season for the injured Seth Russell, threw for 257 yards and two touchdowns in the disappointing defeat for the Bears, who are likely to fall out of the top 10 in the rankings.

NO. 3 OHIO STATE 28, ILLINOIS 3

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Ezekiel Elliott ran for 181 yards and two scores, and No. 3 Ohio State eased to a 28-3 win over Illinois in college football Big 10 action on Saturday.

Elliott, who joined Heisman winners Archie Griffin and Eddie George as the only Ohio State players with 20 career 100-yard games, ran with the ball 27 times on the day.

J.T. Barrett, returning to the starting lineup after his one-game suspension, went 15 of 23 on passes for 150 yards and one touchdown with an interception.

He also ran for 74 yards on 16 carries with one score for the Buckeyes, who improved to 10-0 on the season, the third time in four years under coach Urban Meyer.

Michael Thomas caught six passes for 76 yards and a touchdown for Ohio State, which held Illinois (5-5) to just 20 yards on the ground.

Wes Lunt threw for 241 yards and Desmond Cain took 10 catches for 102 for the Fighting Illini, who have dropped four of its last five games.

NO. 8 OKLAHOMA STATE 35, IOWA STATE 31

AMES, Iowa — Mason Rudolph threw for 327 yards and one touchdown, and No. 8 Oklahoma State rallied from a 17-point deficit to beat Iowa State 35-31 in college football business on Saturday.

Rudolph went 24-of-36 on passes.

Reserve quarterback J.W. Walsh went 2-of-2 passes and threw a 7-yard touchdown pass to Jeff Carr with 3:06 left to complete the comeback as the Cowboys start 10-0 for the second in program history.

Walsh had earlier rushed for a 16-yard score to pull Oklahoma State within three points (31-28) in the fourth quarter.

Chris Carson ran for 70 yards and a score and took a catch for another touchdown for the Cowboys to remain in contention of earning a College Football Playoffs spot.

Joel Lanning ran for 130 yards on 14 carries with two scores, while passing for 162 yards and a touchdown for Iowa State in the defeat.

NO. 11 FLORIDA 24, SOUTH CAROLINA 14

COLUMBIA, S.C. — Treon Harris threw for 256 yards and one touchdown and Jordan Cronkrite scored two first-half touchdowns and No. 11 Florida held off South Carolina 24-14 in college football action on Saturday.

Cronkrite rushed for a score and also caught a touchdown pass and finished with a combined total of 73 yards on the day.

Kelvin Taylor rushed for 105 yards and a score with 2:01 left in the fourth quarter to seal the win for the Gators (9-1), who won three straight since losing to LSU.

Perry Orth went 13 of 24 on passes for 163 yards and a touchdown South Carolina in the loss.

NO. 15 TCU 23, KANSAS 17

FORT WORTH, Texas — Aaron Green ran 30 times for 177 yards and Bram Kohlhausen went 13 of 19 on passes for 112 yards and No. 15 TCU held off winless Kansas 23-17 on Saturday.

However, the Horned Frogs had to play most of the game without quarterback Trevone Boykin, who left the game early with what looked like a right ankle injury.

Shaun Nixon caught the ball seven times for 78 yards and a touchdown, while Foster Sawyer threw for a touchdown after sharing the QB duties with Kohlhausen.

Ryan Willis went 20 of 41 on passes for 203 yards and a TD, with Ke’aun Kinner rushing for 80 yards on 17 carries and Taylor Cox rushing for a score in the defeat for the Jayhawks, who fell to 0-10 this term and 0-12 overall.

It was also Kansas’ 35th straight road loss.

College Football Scores and Results
Week 11 on Saturday, November 14

NO. 1 CLEMSON 37, SYRACUSE 27
NO. 2 ALABAMA 31, NO. 17 MISSISSIPPI STATE 6
NO. 3 OHIO STATE 28, ILLINOIS 3
NO. 4 NOTRE DAME 28, WAKE FOREST 7
NO. 5 IOWA 40, MINNESOTA 35
NO. 12 OKLAHOMA 44, NO. 6 BAYLOR 34
OREGON 38, NO. 7 STANFORD 36
NO. 8 OKLAHOMA STATE 35, IOWA STATE 31
ARKANSAS 31, NO. 9 LSU 14
ARIZONA 37, NO. 10 UTAH 30, 2 OT

NO. 11 FLORIDA 24, SOUTH CAROLINA 14
NO. 13 MICHIGAN STATE 24, MARYLAND 7
NO. 15 TCU 23, KANSAS 17
NO. 16 FLORIDA STATE 34, NC STATE 17
NO. 18 NORTHWESTERN 21, PURDUE 14
NO. 20 NAVY 55, SMU 14
NO. 25 HOUSTON 35, NO. 21 MEMPHIS 34
SOUTH FLORIDA 44, NO. 22 TEMPLE 23
NO. 23 NORTH CAROLINA 59, MIAMI (FL) 21

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