NCAAF Latest Scores on Saturday, Oct 27

NORMAN, Oklahoma (Sporting Alert) — No. 5 Notre Dame sounded a loud warning to its rivals when the travelers beat No. 8 Oklahoma in Norman to register its biggest win of the season so far.

After both teams battled out the first half which ended 10-6 in favour of Notre Dame, the Irish went on to take the game 30-13 and put themselves in line move up in the rankings when the latest release comes out on Sunday.

Quarterback Everett Golson had 13-25 for 177 yards in the game. He also had 11 rushed for 64 yards and one touchdown in the win here in Norman – putting a damper on the night for the Oklahoma fans, who truly thought that the Sooners would have things their way at the Memorial Stadium,

In other results on Saturday, No. 1 Alabama hammered Mississippi State 38-7, but No. 2 Florida suffered its first defeat of the season – going down 17-9 against Georgia.

No. 9 South Carolina was also beaten on Saturday, taken down 39-36 by Arizona. No. 4 Oregon piled up 70 points on the Colorado defense in the easy 70-14 win.
4 Oregon 70

NCAAF Latest Scores
Saturday, Oct 27
Tennessee 35
13 S Carolina 38
Final

23 Texas 21
Kansas 17
Final

Colorado 14
4 Oregon 70
Final

Kent St 35
15 Rutgers 23
Final

24 Ohio 20
Miami (OH) 23
Final

Duke 7
12 Florida St 48
Final

Michigan St 16
25 Wisconsin 13
Final OT

9 USC 36
Arizona 39
Final

21 Boise St 45
Wyoming 14
Final

2 Florida 9
10 Georgia 17
Final

14 Texas Tech 24
3 Kansas St 55
Final

Wash St 17
17 Stanford 24
Final

20 Texas A&M 63
Auburn 21
Final

22 Michigan 9
Nebraska 23
Final

5 Notre Dame 30
8 Oklahoma 13
Final

11 Miss St 7
1 Alabama 38
Final

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