UPDATED: Top 25 College Football Week 9 Scores Oct. 31

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TULSA, Okla., Sporting Alert – College football scores from the AP top 25 games that took place in Week 9, on Saturday, October 31.

NO. 12 OKLAHOMA STATE 70, TEXAS TECH 53

LUBBOCK, Texas — Oklahoma State rallied from an early 17 point deficit to beat Texas Tech 70-53 on Saturday.

The No. 12 Cowboys fell behind in the contest 17-0 with 6:21 to play in the first quarter, but stormed back with a big 42-point second half to stay undefeated and improved to 8-0 on the season.

Mason Rudolph passed for 285 yards and two touchdowns and J.W. Walsh also threw two touchdown passes for 167 yards in the win.

James Washington took four catches for 200 yards and one touchdown and Raymond Taylor ran for two scores for Oklahoma State, which used four different quarterbacks during the game.

Meanwhile, Patrick Mahomes completed 38 of 55 passes for 480 yards and four touchdowns for Texas Tech in the defeat.

Jakeem Grant returned a kickoff 100 yards and also took 13 catches for 178 and a score for the Red Raiders (5-4, 2-4).

Justin Stockton caught two touchdown passes and DeAndre Washington also rushed for a score for Texas Tech.

With the win, the Cowboys moved to 5-0 in the Big 12.

NO. 13 UTAH 27, OREGON STATE 12

SALT LAKE CITY — Travis Wilson moved past his disappointing performance against USC and helped No. 13 Utah to a 27-12 win over Oregon State.

Wilson went 14 of 17 on passes for 198 yards and a touchdown and ran for another 56 yards and a score for the Utes (7-1, 4-1).

Devontae Booker rushed 25 times for 121 yards and a touchdown, while Harrison Handley caught a pass for a touchdown for Utah.

Nick Mitchell threw for 204 yards and a score in a starting role for Oregon State (2-6, 0-5), which was without Seth Collins, who is injured.

NO. 14 OKLAHOMA 62, KANSAS 7

LAWRENCE, Kan. — Baker Mayfield went 27 of 32 on passes for 383 yards and four touchdowns to lead Oklahoma to an expected one-sided 62-7 win over Kansas.

Sterling Shepard took 11 catches for 183 yards and a touchdown, and Samaje Perine rushed for 90 yards and two scored for the Sooners (7-1, 4-1 Big 12).

Alex Ross had 14 carries for 103 yards and Dede Westbrook caught the ball six times for 83 yards for Oklahoma.

Kansas continues to struggle this season after falling to 0-8 overall on the term and 0-5 in Big 12 action.

The Jayhawks have also lost 11 successive games.

College Football Week 9 Scores
Saturday, October 31

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NO. 8 STANFORD 30, WASHINGTON STATE 28
NO. 9 NOTRE DAME 24, NO. 21 TEMPLE 20
NO. 10 IOWA 31, MARYLAND 15
NO. 11 FLORIDA 27, GEORGIA 3
NO. 12 OKLAHOMA STATE 70, TEXAS TECH 53
NO. 13 UTAH 27, OREGON STATE 12
NO. 14 OKLAHOMA 62, KANSAS 7
NO. 15 MICHIGAN 29, MINNESOTA 26
NO. 16 MEMPHIS 41, TULANE 13
NO. 17 FLORIDA STATE 45, SYRACUSE 21
NO. 18 HOUSTON 34, VANDERBILT 0
NO. 19 OLE MISS 27, AUBURN 19
MIAMI 30, NO. 22 DUKE 27
NO. 24 UCLA 35, COLORADO 31

Selected College Football Scores

SOUTH CAROLINA 28, TEXAS A&M 35
USC 27, CALIFORNIA 21
TULSA 40, SMU 31
WISCONSIN 48, RUTGERS 10
PURDUE 55, NEBRASKA 45

About KOBY FRANZ | Staff Writer

Kobe Franz is a huge sports fan, but loves the Oklahoma City Thunder and the rivalry between the Oklahoma Sooners and the Oklahoma State Cowboys. Franz also enjoys spending time with his family.

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