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Top 25 roundup: Arizona tops 3rd straight ranked team (No. 19 UCLA)


Noah Fifita passed for three touchdowns and 300 yards as Arizona won its third consecutive game against a ranked team, knocking off No. 19 UCLA 27-10 Saturday night in Tucson, Ariz.

The Wildcats (6-3, 4-2 Pac-12), who were coming off victories over then-No. 19 Washington State and then-No. 11 Oregon State, have surged to bowl eligibility for the first time since 2017. Fifita completed 25 of 32 passes and was picked off once against UCLA.

Tyler Loop's 22-yard field goal with 4:40 left helped ice the game by giving Arizona a 27-10 lead. The student section poured onto the field after the game. Arizona hasn't posted a three-game winning streak against ranked teams since 1992. And never in the school history has such a streak occurred in back-to-back-to-back games.

The Bruins (6-3, 3-3) lost quarterback Ethan Garbers to injury after a sack early in the fourth quarter when trailing by two touchdowns. The Bruins failed to rally behind backup quarterback Dante Moore. The Wildcats held UCLA to 271 total yards. Garbers was 13 of 21 passing for 143 yards and a touchdown. Moore was 4 of 7 for 14 yards.

No. 1 Ohio State 35, Rutgers 16

TreVeyon Henderson racked up 208 yards from scrimmage and helped the Buckeyes defuse an upset bid from the host Scarlet Knights in Piscataway, N.J.

Ohio State (9-0, 6-0 Big Ten) trailed 9-7 at halftime, but Henderson ran for one touchdown and set up another after a long reception to guide the Buckeyes' rally. Henderson gained 128 yards rushing and had five catches for 80 yards.

Kyle Monangai rushed 24 times for 159 yards for Rutgers (6-3, 3-3), and Gavin Wimsatt completed 10 of 25 passes for 129 yards, a touchdown and a crushing pick-6.

No. 2 Georgia 30, No. 12 Missouri 21

Carson Beck completed 21 of 32 passes for 254 yards and two touchdowns as the Bulldogs defeated the Tigers in Athens, Ga., to stay on track for the College Football Playoff.

Peyton Woodring kicked field goals of 33, 30 and 48 yards for the Bulldogs (9-0, 6-0 SEC), who have won 26 straight games. Ladd McConkey caught seven passes for 95 yards and Daijun Edwards rushed for 77 yards for Georgia.

Brady Cook passed for 212 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions for Missouri (7-2, 3-2), which has lost 10 straight games to Georgia. Cody Schrader rushed for 112 yards and a touchdown for the Tigers, and Harrison Mevis hit field goals of 37 and 42 yards to become Missouri's all-time career scoring leader.

No. 3 Michigan 41, Purdue 13

J.J. McCarthy threw for 335 yards to lead the Wolverines to a win over the Boilermakers in a Big Ten affair in Ann Arbor, Mich.

Roman Wilson caught nine passes for 143 yards and Blake Corum rushed for three touchdowns for Michigan (9-0, 6-0 Big Ten). McCarthy finished 24-of-37 passing.

Purdue (2-7, 1-5) lost for the fourth straight time. The Boilermakers scored their only touchdown with 18 seconds left in the game on a 24-yard pass from Hudson Card to Deion Burks. Card finished 12-for-28 for 144 yards and an interception.

No. 4 Florida State 24, Pittsburgh 7

Jordan Travis threw for a touchdown and rushed for another as the Seminoles pulled away in the second half to defeat the host Panthers and secure a berth in the Atlantic Coast Conference championship game.

Travis completed 22 of 36 passes for 360 yards for Florida State (9-0, 7-0 ACC), which maintained its pristine record despite being without their top two receivers in Keon Coleman and Johnny Wilson.

Christian Veilleux threw for 244 yards, a touchdown and an interception on 15-for-35 passing for Pitt (2-7, 1-4). Bub Means finished with seven receptions for 98 yards and a touchdown, and Rodney Hammond Jr. rushed for 60 yards on 13 touches.

No. 5 Washington 52, No. 20 Southern California 42

Dillon Johnson rushed for career highs of 256 yards and four touchdowns, Michael Penix Jr. passed for two scores and the Huskies remained undefeated with a defeat of the Trojans in Los Angeles.

Johnson's standout performance concluded when he scored his fourth touchdown with 2:20 remaining, giving Washington (9-0, 6-0 Pac-12) the first and only two-score advantage either team held.

Caleb Williams finished 27-of-35 passing for 312 yards with three scores and a fourth touchdown rushing. Darwin Barlow and Raleek Brown each ran for a score for the Trojans (7-3, 5-2).

No. 6 Oregon 63, California 19

Bo Nix passed for four touchdowns and rushed for two to lead the Ducks over the Bears in Pac-12 play at Eugene, Ore.

Tez Johnson recorded career bests of 12 receptions for 180 yards and two touchdowns for Oregon (8-1, 5-1 Pac-12). Troy Franklin, Terrance Ferguson and Traeshon Holden also caught touchdown passes, and Bucky Irving and Jordan James added rushing scores.

Jaydn Ott rushed for 93 yards and a touchdown, and Nohl Williams returned a fumble for a score for Cal (3-6, 1-5), which lost its fourth straight game. Fernando Mendoza completed 18 of 34 passes for 177 yards and one interception.

No. 7 Texas 33, No. 23 Kansas State 30 (OT)

Bert Auburn kicked four field goals, including the game-winning 42-yarder in overtime, as the Longhorns survived a calamitous early-fourth quarter stretch to beat the Wildcats in a wild Big 12 game in Austin, Texas.

Maalik Murphy passed for a career-high 248 yards and a touchdown to Adonai Mitchell (eight catches, 149 yards) in his second start but also threw two interceptions for Texas (8-1, 5-1 Big 12). Brooks ran for 112 yards and a score for the Longhorns, eclipsing 1,000 yards for the season. CJ Baxter added 90 yards, including a 54-yard TD run for Texas.

Will Howard threw for 327 yards and four scores for Kansas State (6-3, 4-2). He tossed scoring passes of 6 and 26 yards to Phillip Brooks, the latter on the final play of the third quarter. In the fourth quarter, he tossed a 12-yarder to Keagan Johnson and one of 32 yards to Jayce Brown.

No. 8 Alabama 42, No. 14 LSU 28

Jalen Milroe had four of Alabama's six rushing touchdowns as the Crimson Tide defeated the Tigers in a Southeastern Conference game in Tuscaloosa, Ala.

Milroe finished with 155 of the Tide's 288 rushing yards and added 219 passing yards to their 507 yards of total offense as Alabama (8-1, 6-0 SEC) remained alone in first place in the SEC West.

Milroe outdueled Jayden Daniels, the leader of LSU's top-ranked offense who had 219 passing yards, two touchdown passes, 163 rushing yards and a rushing touchdown before being sidelined early in the fourth quarter due to concussion protocol. Malik Nabers caught 10 passes for 171 yards and a touchdown for the Tigers (6-3, 4-2).

No. 22 Oklahoma State 27, No. 9 Oklahoma 24

Ollie Gordon rushed for 137 yards and two touchdowns to lift the host Cowboys over the Sooners in Stillwater, Okla., in the final scheduled meeting between the Bedlam rivals in a series that has been played every year since 1910.

Alan Bowman threw for 334 yards on 28-for-42 passing, while Rashod Owens had 10 catches for 136 yards for Oklahoma State (7-2, 5-1 Big 12).

Dillon Gabriel completed 26 of 37 passes for 344 yards with a touchdown and an interception for Oklahoma (7-2, 4-2).

No. 10 Ole Miss 38, Texas A&M 35

Quinshon Judkins ran for three touchdowns, including a go-ahead score from 1 yard out with 1:40 remaining, and the Rebels fought off the Aggies in an SEC game in Oxford, Miss.

Judkins finished with 102 yards rushing, Jaxson Dart passed for 387 yards and two touchdowns and Tre Harris caught 11 passes for 213 yards and a touchdown for Ole Miss (8-1, 5-1 SEC), which won its fifth straight.

Max Johnson passed for 305 yards and a touchdown and rushed for another score for Texas A&M (5-4, 3-3). He drove the Aggies into position to try a tying field goal on the final play of the fourth quarter, but Deantre Prince deflected Randy Bond's 47-yard attempt, which fell short.

No. 11 Penn State 51, Maryland 15

Drew Allar tied a career high by throwing four touchdowns and the Nittany Lions cruised to a victory over the slumping Terrapins in College Park, Md.

Allar delivered a steady performance by completing 25 of 34 passes for 240 yards while leading six lengthy scoring drives. He threw two touchdowns to Dante Cephas and one apiece to Theo Johnson and Tyler Warren for Penn State (8-1, 5-1 Big Ten).

Taulia Tagovailoa completed his first 17 passes and was 29 of 39 for 286 yards and threw touchdowns to Roman Hemby and Jeshaun Jones, but Maryland (5-4, 2-4) struggled with its offensive line.

No. 13 Louisville 34, Virginia Tech 3

Isaac Guerendo rushed for a career-high 146 yards and three touchdowns to lift the Cardinals over the visiting Hokies.

Guerendo found the end zone from 39, 12 and 36 yards out. His rushing total eclipsed his previous career high of 114, set in Louisville's 23-10 win over Maryland on Nov. 5, 2022.

Jawhar Jordan rushed for a touchdown and Jack Plummer found Jadon Thompson for a 37-yard score. Plummer completed 11 of 12 passes for 141 yards for the Cardinals (8-1, 5-1 Atlantic Coast Conference), who overcame the absence of star receiver Jamari Thrash (upper body) and limited the Hokies (4-5, 3-2) to just 140 total yards of offense.

Clemson 31, No. 15 Notre Dame 23

Phil Mafah rushed for a career-best 186 yards and scored two touchdowns as the host Tigers upset the Fighting Irish.

Mafah got the start because Clemson (5-4) was playing without lead rusher Will Shipley, who was ruled out prior to the start of the game. Shipley, who averages 4.6 yards per carry and has scored five total touchdowns this season, had been in concussion protocol since the Tigers' loss to North Carolina State last weekend.

Notre Dame (7-3) was led by Audric Estime's 87 rushing yards and a touchdown on 17 carries. The defeat for the Irish means that quarterback Sam Hartman -- who transferred in from Wake Forest -- will finish his career 0-5 against the Tigers. Hartman threw two interceptions and no touchdowns on a day when he completed just 13 of 30 passes for 146 yards. Hartman did rush for 68 yards and a touchdown.

No. 16 Oregon State 26, Colorado 19

DJ Uiagalelei threw for 223 yards and accounted for two touchdowns as the Beavers held off a late charge by the Buffaloes in the Pac-12 Conference matchup in Boulder, Colo.

Buffaloes quarterback Shedeur Sanders threw touchdown passes of 15 and 11 yards to Travis Hunter and Anthony Hankerson, respectively, the latter score cutting the Colorado (4-5, 1-5 Pac-12) deficit to seven with 1:42 remaining. But Oregon State (7-2, 4-2) sealed the outcome when Damien Martinez, who rushed for 115 yards on 21 carries, gained 10 yards and a first down in the last 90 seconds.

Sanders completed 24 of 39 passes for 245 yards while under constant pressure. He was sacked four times and hurried on multiple occasions. Hunter caught eight passes for 98 yards while recording two tackles and breaking up a pass as a cornerback.

No. 17 Tennessee 59, Connecticut 3

Joe Milton III passed for two touchdowns and rushed for another and the Volunteers produced three defensive scores while pummeling the Huskies in nonconference action at Knoxville, Tenn.

Jaylen Wright rushed for 113 yards, including a long scoring run for Tennessee (7-2), which won for the fifth time in six games. Squirrel White and Ramel Keyton caught lengthy touchdown passes and McCallan Castles also had a scoring grab for Tennessee.

Ta'Quan Roberson was 24-of-40 passing for 218 yards and two interceptions for UConn (1-8), which lost its third straight game.

No. 18 Utah 55, Arizona State 3

Bryson Barnes threw a career-best four touchdown passes and Ja'Quinden Jackson rushed 13 times for 111 yards and a touchdown in the Utes' victory over the Sun Devils in Pac-12 play at Salt Lake City.

The margin of victory is Utah's largest in a Pac-12 game since it joined the conference in 2011. Barnes was 19 of 28 for 161 yards without an interception. Utah (7-2, 4-2 Pac-12) limited Arizona State (2-7, 1-5) to 83 yards of total offense, while the Utes compiled 513.

The Sun Devils were forced to turn to their fourth-string quarterback, Jacob Conover, after starter Trenton Bourguet was forced out in the second quarter with a leg injury. Conover was 5 of 22 for 41 yards with an interception.

No. 21 Kansas 28, Iowa State 21

Jason Bean was 14 of 23 for 287 yards as the Jayhawks hung on to defeat the Cyclones in Ames, Iowa.

Bean found Lawrence Arnold for an 80-yard score midway through the fourth quarter to ice the victory. The Jayhawks (7-2, 4-2 Big 12) moved into a five-way tie for second place in the Big 12.

Rocco Becht was 20-for-26 with a key interception for Iowa State (5-4, 4-2). Eli Sanders finally scored the Cyclones' first touchdown with 3:26 left in the third quarter.

Army 23, No. 25 Air Force 3

Bryson Daily rushed for 170 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Black Knights to an upset victory against the Falcons in Denver.

Daily carried the ball 36 times. He attempted just nine passes, completing four for 40 yards. Army (3-6) limited the Falcons to 259 total yards, forced six turnovers and stopped the Falcons on downs two other times in its first win against an AP-ranked team since 1972.

Air Force (8-1) had won 13 straight games dating back to last season and was off to its best start since 1985. Air Force quarterback Zac Larrier completed 9 of 22 passes for 93 yards, with two interceptions and two lost fumbles.

No. 24 Tulane 13, East Carolina 10

Michael Pratt threw a touchdown pass and the visiting Green Wave shut out the Pirates in the second half of an American Athletic Conference victory in Greenville, N.C.

Pratt passed for 213 yards, Makhi Hughes rushed for 105 yards on 25 carries and Valentino Ambrosio kicked two field goals for the Green Wave (8-1, 5-0 AAC).

The Pirates (1-8, 0-5), who entered the game ranked 129th in the nation in total offense, had just 190 total yards. Alex Flinn completed 10 of 18 passes for 120 of the yards.

--Field Level Media

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