Top 25 College Football Scores, Results and Records – Week 7

MIAMI, FL (Sporting Alert) — NCAA College Football top 25 scores, results and records, after Week 7 fixtures that took place on Saturday (Oct. 11).

Among the winners on Saturday were the No. 1 ranked Florida State and the joint No. 3s Mississippi State and Ole Miss.

Defending champions Florida State (6-0) defeated the unranked Syracuse (2-4), 38-20 in their fixture, with quarterback Jameis Winston throwing for 317 yards and three touchdowns in the victory.

However, the talking point of Week 7 is the victory by Mississippi State (6-0) over No. 2 Auburn (5-1), a result that will certainly shake up the top five again this week.

Dak Prescott ran for two touchdowns and threw for another as Mississippi State upset No. 2 Auburn 38-23 at Davis Wade Stadium with a big time performance that has experts and other panels believing the Bulldogs have done enough to now replace the Seminoles as the top ranked team in the country.

Fellow on form state outfits Ole Miss (6-0) remained undefeated on the season with a 35-20 victory over No. 14 Texas A&M (5-2).

Elsewhere on the day, No. 5 Baylor (6-0) edged out No. 9 TCU (4-1), 61-58, (6) Notre Dame (5-0) stayed undefeated with a 50-43 win over North Carolina (2-3), while No. 7 Alabama (5-1) returned to winning ways after holding off Arkansas (3-3), 14-13.

USC (4-2) dropped No. 10 Arizona (5-1), 28-26, Duke (5-1) picked up a 31-25 win over No. 22 Georgia Tech (5-1), but No. 11 Oklahoma (5-1) held on for a 31-26 victory over Texas (2-4) and No. 12 Oregon (5-1) recovered from last week’s defeat to secure a 42-30 victory over No. 18 UCLA (4-2).

Top 25 College Football:
(1) Florida State 38 (6-0) Syracuse 20 (2-4)
(3) Mississippi State 38 (6-0) – (2) Auburn 23 (5-1)
(3) Mississippi 35 (6-0) – (14) Texas A&M 20 (5-2)
(5) Baylor 61 (6-0) – (9) TCU 58 (4-1)
(6) Notre Dame 50 (5-0) – North Carolina 43 (2-3)
(7) Alabama 14 (5-1) – Arkansas 13 (3-3)
(8) Michigan State 45 (5-1) – Purdue 31 (3-4)
USC 28 (4-2) – (10) Arizona 26 (5-1)
(11) Oklahoma 31 (5-1) – Texas 26 (2-4)
(12) Oregon 42 – (5-1) – (18) UCLA 30 (4-2)
(13) Georgia 34 (5-1) – (23) Missouri 0 (4-2)
(16) Oklahoma State 27 (5-1) – Kansas 20 (2-4)
(19) East Carolina 28 (5-1) – South Florida 17 (2-4)
Duke 31 (5-1) – (22) Georgia Tech 25 (5-1)

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