UPDATE #3: College Football Scores and Results – Oct. 5

STILLWATER (Sporting Alert) — Scores and results on a very interesting Week 6 of NCAA College Football – NCAAF – on Saturday, as several top-ranked teams went down.

No. 3 Alabama and No. 4 Oklahoma were among the top teams losing on Saturday, as three of the top five teams dropped their games in Week 6.

The day started with No. 12 Mississippi State stunning the sixth-ranked Texas A&M at home. Dak Prescott threw for two touchdown passes and added three scores from runs for the Bulldogs to secure a 48-31 result over the Aggies and took over as a new favorites in the SEC West. Check out the Photo Gallery of the Mississippi State v Texas A&M game here.

Watch Replay of this contest and others that you may have missed on the WatchESPN App, as well as on ESPN3 replays.

But that was just the start.

TCU pulled out one of the biggest upsets in the 2014 college season after the No. 25 Horned Frogs took down No. 4 Oklahoma for a massive win in Big 12 action.

TCU picked a 37-33 victory at home, as Paul Dawson scored the go-head touchdown with a 41-yard interception return early in the fourth quarter. Trevone Boykin finished with 393 total yards and two TDs in the Frogs’ biggest win of the campaign.

Another stunning result on Saturday saw No. 3 Alabama being upset by a determined No. 11 Ole Miss (5-0, 2-0 SEC) in an action pack contest.

The Rebels, who improved to 5-0 on the season, secured a 23-17 victory after scoring 13 points in the fourth quarter and kept the Crimson Tide scoreless. Alabama (4-1, 1-1 SEC) was suffering its first defeat on the season.

Bo Wallace was the late star of the contest, as he passes for two fourth quarter touchdowns and three total for Ole Miss.

No. 1 Florida State rallied from a slow start to hammer Wake Forest 43-3, after keeping the Demon Deacons scoreless in the last three quarter of the contest. Despite the win though, the defending champions should, however, be worried about its passing game as the team just does not look sharp enough in that area.

No. 20 Ohio State hammered Maryland, 52-24 in their contest on their way to getting a winning start in Big Ten conference action.

In other top-25 scores, No. 21 Oklahoma State recovered from a shaky-slow start to beat a battling Iowa State 37-20 and No. 22 East Carolina kept SMU winless this season, with a 45-24 win, while Utah (4-1) upset No. 8 UCLA (4-1), 30-28.

WEEK 6 UPSETS SO FAR

#2 Oregon #3 Alabama #4 Oklahoma #6 Texas A&M #17 Wisconsin #18 BYU

Saturday, October 4
RESULT AND SCORES
(1) Florida State 43 (5-0) – Wake Forrest 3 (2-4)
(11) Ole Miss 23 (5-0) – (3) Alabama 17 (4-1)
(25) TCU 37 (4-0) – (4) Oklahoma 33 (4-1)
(5) Auburn 41 (5-0) – (15) LSU 7 (4-2)
(12) Mississippi State 48 (5-0) – (6) Texas A&M 31 (5-1)
(7) Baylor 28 (5-0) – Texas 7 (2-3)
Utah 30 (4-1) – (8) UCLA 28 (4-1)
(9) Notre Dame 17 (5-0) – (14) Stanford 14 (3-2)
(10) Michigan State 27 (4-1) – (19) Nebraska 22 (5-1)
(13) Georgia 44 (4-1) – Vanderbilt 17 (1-5)
Arizona State 38 (4-1) – (16) USC 34 (3-2)
Northwestern 20 (3-2) – (17) Wisconsin 14 (3-2)
(20) Ohio State 52 (4-1) – Maryland 24 (4-2)
(21) Oklahoma State (4-1) – Iowa State 20 (1-4)
(22) East Carolina 45 (4-1) – SMU 24 (0-5)
(23) Kansas State 45 (4-1) – Texas Tech 13 (2-3)

———OTHER SELECTED SCORES
Clemson 41, North Carolina State 0
Virginia Tech 34, North Carolina 17
Florida 10, Tennessee 9
Purdue 38, Illinois 27
Marshall 56, Old Dominion 14
Middle Tennessee 37, Southern Miss 31
Army 33, Ball State 24
Colorado State 42, Tulsa 17
Rutgers 26, Michigan 24
Arizona State 38, No. 16 USC 34

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