NCAAF Week 4 Scores and Records on Sept. 21

NORMAN, Okla. (SportingAlert) — Results, scores and records from the NCAA College Football top 25 teams on Saturday (Sept. 20). But No. 1 Florida State and No. 2 Oregon had to battle hard to secure victories on a night where ranked teams were also hit by setbacks.

Trevor Knight of the Oklahoma Sooners: PHOTO ESPN Linked

NORMAN, Okla. (SportingAlert) — Results, scores and records from the NCAA College Football top 25 teams on Saturday (Sept. 20). There were victories for the top four ranked teams on the day.

But No. 1 Florida State and No. 2 Oregon had to battle hard to secure victories on a night where ranked teams were also hit by setbacks.

The top ranked Florida State Seminoles, playing without star quarterback Jameis Winston, who was a suspended sideline cheerleader, needed overtime to beat No. 22 Clemson 23-17 at home.

It was also a battling encounter at the Martin Stadium, in Washington, as the No. 2 ranked Oregon Ducks battled to a 38-31 win over Washington State, with Heisman Trophy contender Marcus Mariota throwing for 329 yards and five touchdowns for the winners.

“He did a great job of rattling the defense in the second half,” Oregon coach Mark Helfrich said of Mariota. “The guy is special.”

He added about his team: “A road win in this conference is hard. “We are 4-0 and we got a big win on the road. There was a ton of adversity.”

No. 3 Alabama withstood some early pressure from Florida before pulling away from the Gators to score a 42-21 win.

At the Milan Puskar Stadium, freshman running back Samaje Perine rushed for three of his four touchdowns in the second half as No. 4 Oklahoma battled past West Virginia 45-33.

The Sooners outscored the Mountaineers 21-9 in the second half.

However, there were defeats on the same day for No. 8 LSU, who went down to Mississippi State, 34-29, with Dak Prescott throwing for 268 yards and ran for another 197. He also had three scores in the win for Mississippi State.

There was also a defeat for No. 18 Missouri, who were stunned 31-27 by Indiana.

The biggest winners on the day were No. 13 Georgia 66, who kept Troy winless this season with a 66-0 win, while No. 11 Michigan State picked up a 73-14 win over Eastern Michigan and No. 19 Wisconsin hammered Bowling Green, 68 -17.

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(1) Florida State 23 (3-0) – (22) Clemson 17 (1-2) In Overtime
(2) Oregon 38 (4-0) – Washington State 31 (1-3)
(3) Alabama 42 (4-0) – Florida 21 (2-1)
(4) Oklahoma 45 (4-0) – West Virginia 33 (2-2)
(6) Texas A&M 58 (4-0) – SMU 6 (0-3)
Mississippi State 34 (4-0) – (8) LSU 29 (3-1)
(11) Michigan State 73 (2-1) – Eastern Michigan 14 (1-3)
(13) Georgia 66 (2-1) – Troy 0 (0-4)
(14) South Carolina 48 (3-1) – Vanderbilt 34 (1-3)
Indiana 31 (2-1) 31 – (18) Missouri 27 (3-1)
(19) Wisconsin 68 (2-1) – Bowling Green 17 (2-2)
(21) BYU 41 (4-0) – Virginia 33 (2-2)
(24) Nebraska 41 (4-0) – Miami 31 (2-2)

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