Week 0: College Football Results (Aug.26)

Saturday Week 0 College Football Results and Roundup: Key Players Shine as Teams Battle for Early Stripes

In the first weekend of college football action, two ranked teams, No. 6 USC and No. 13 Notre Dame secured comfortable wins to kick-start their respective season in styles. The following are the college football results from Week 0 or Week 1 -anyway you want to categorize it –on Saturday, August 26, 2023.

No. 6 USC Triumphs Over San José State

The Trojans of USC displayed their dominance with a convincing 56-28 victory over San José State. Heisman winner Caleb Williams led the passing game with an impressive 278 yards, on 18 of 25 passes with four touchdowns while Austin Jones ran for a pair of scores in the win. Quali Conley’s ground game was unmatched for San José State, rushing for 108 yards in the defeat. Nick Nash emerged as the top receiver, accumulating 89 yards and caught three touchdown passes for San José State in the loss. – Full Box Score

No. 13 Notre Dame Overwhelms Navy

The Fighting Irish of Notre Dame made a statement with a 42-3 win over Navy. Quarterback Sam Hartman threw for 251 yards without an interception and four touchdowns, while Audric Estime led the rushing attack with 95 yards and a scored in the win. Jaden Greathouse was the standout receiver, catching three passes for 68 yards with two touchdowns. – Full Box Score

Jacksonville State Edges Past UTEP

In a closely contested match, Jacksonville State managed to secure narrow a 17-14 victory over UTEP. UMass secured a 41-30 win over New Mexico State, San Diego State managed to fend off Ohio with a 20-13 victory, Louisiana Tech pulled off a close 22-17 win over Florida International, while in a thrilling encounter, Vanderbilt emerged as the winner over Hawai’i, 35-28.

Week 1 or Week 0: College Football Results

San José State @ USCUSC 56, SJSU 28Caleb Williams 278Quali Conley 108Nick Nash 89
Navy @ Notre DameND 42, NAVY 3Sam Hartman 251Audric Estime 95Jaden Greathouse 68
UTEP @ Jacksonville StateJVST 17, UTEP 14Gavin Hardison 208Malik Jackson 76Kelly Akharaiyi 102
UMass @ New Mexico StateMASS 41, NMSU 30Diego Pavia 248Taisun Phommachanh 96Christian Wells 68
Ohio @ San Diego StateSDSU 20, OHIO 13CJ Harris 203Jaylon Armstead 78Sam Wiglusz 103
Florida International @ Louisiana TechLT 22, FIU 17Hank Bachmeier 333Shomari Lawrence 139Smoke Harris 155
Hawai’i @ VanderbiltVAN 35, HAW 28Brayden Schager 351Landon Sims 38Pofele Ashlock 127