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5th week college football The season brought some upsets and some dominant performances on Saturday.

Early on FOX, No. 4 Michigan went on the road and maintained a perfect record after beating Iowa by double digits, while Illinois dominated Wisconsin in Brett Bierema’s first return to Madison .

Meanwhile, No. 14 Ole Miss went on a 13-game winning streak at home after defeating No. 7 Kentucky, Purdue beat No. 21 Minnesota in Minneapolis, and TCU had a big upset in No. 18 Oklahoma Texas. rice field.

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Elsewhere, No. 9 Oklahoma State missed No. 16 Baylor and No. 2 Alabama beat No. 20 Arkansas despite losing QB Bryce Young.

To wrap up tonight, No. 5 Clemson will battle No. 10 NC State in the all-important ACC Tilt (7:30 PM ET).

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9 Oklahoma 36, ​​16 Baylor 25

back and forth

Baylor is field goal, but the Bears’ lead was short-lived. Oklahoma State took over after QB Spencer Sanders connected with Bryson Green for an 8-yard touchdown.

Bryson Green does a ridiculous grab in the end zone

Bryson Green does a ridiculous grab in the end zone

The Oklahoma State Cowboys lead the Baylor Bears, 7–3, after Bryson Green made a ridiculous jumping grab in the end zone.

House call!

Oklahoma’s defense had clicked on all cylinders early on. pick up safety in the second quarter. The Cowboys then extended their lead after Jaden Nixon returned the second-half kickoff home 98 yards.

Oklahoma leads Baylor, 23-3

Oklahoma leads Baylor, 23-3

The Oklahoma State Cowboys extended their lead to 23-3 after Jaden Nixon returned the opening kickoff of the second half with a 98-yard TD.

play a play

Baylor fought back with a big play of their own as QB Blake Shapen tied wideout Monaray Baldwin for a 49-yard score to close the 23-10 gap.

Blake Shapens throws perfect pass to Monaray Baldwin

Blake Shapens throws perfect pass to Monaray Baldwin

Blake Shapens throws a perfect pass to Monaray Baldwin for a 49-yard TD.

Highlight reel!

The Oklahoma State attack did not release any gas. one after another miraculous catch In the second half.

Unreal Catch puts Oklahoma’s TD against Baylor

Unreal Catch puts Oklahoma's TD against Baylor

Spencer Sanders sets up a 1-yard touchdown run by Dominic Richardson.

can’t believe it

Baylor scored a 70-yard touchdown on a 4-and-5 of his own 30 as Baldwin zoomed through the Oklahoma secondary en route to the end zone.

In the end it wasn’t enough to make a comeback and the Bears were short at home.

Blake Shapen connects with Monaray Baldwin on 70-yard TD

Blake Shapen connects with Monaray Baldwin on 70-yard TD

The Baylor Bears cut the Oklahoma State Cowboys’ lead to eight after Blake Shapen delivered a 70-yard TD pass to Mona Ray Baldwin for a two-point conversion.

2nd Alabama 49th, 20th Arkansas 26th

high tide

Alabama wideout Kobe Prentiss came up with a 47-yard catch-and-run to give the Crimson Tide an early lead.

Young quits the game

The reigning Heisman Trophy winner left the game early in the second quarter with an apparent shoulder injury. Young entered the injury tent before heading to the locker room. Backup QB Jalen Milroe entered the Alabama game.


After finding themselves on a 28-0 hole, the Razorbacks scored 23 consecutive points. perfect onside kick To make it a 5-point game heading into the 4th quarter.


Alabama finally responded early in the fourth as a 77-yard skipper from Milroe set up a 3-yard touchdown run by Jace McClellan to make it 35–23. Alabama continued to pour it in late in the frame, sealing the game as RB Jahmyr Gibbs interrupted with his two monster runs (his TD rush for 72 yards followed by him scoring for 76 yards).

4th Michigan 27, Iowa 14

get tricky

Wolverines receiver Ronnie Bell took off for a 16-yard run to put Michigan up early.

Michigan added two field goals in the second quarter to extend their lead to 13-0 heading into the break.

Ronnie Bell capped off an impressive opener for the Wolverines

Ronnie Bell capped off an impressive opener for the Wolverines

Ronnie Bell reversed to finish off an impressive opening drive for the Michigan Wolverines to a 7–0 lead over the Iowa Hawkeyes.

the shutdown continues

Michigan QB JJ McCarthy appeared to open the game by leading in a Donovan Edwards runback for a 12-yard score on the Wolverines’ first possession in the third quarter.

JJ McCarthy spots Donovan Edwards behind the end zone

JJ McCarthy spots Donovan Edwards behind the end zone

QB JJ McCarthy found RB Donovan Edwards behind the end zone to push the Michigan Wolverines’ lead to 20-0 against the Iowa Hawkeyes.

Arrival in Iowa

The Hawkeyes avoided a shutout at home after Caleb Johnson ran into the end zone with a 2-yard rush.

However, it wasn’t enough for a comeback as the #4 ranked Wolverines won easily.

Caleb Johnson wins Michigan vs. Iowa

Caleb Johnson wins Michigan vs. Iowa

Iowa RB Caleb Johnson reaches the end zone and puts the Hawkeyes on the board.

No. 14 Ole Miss 22, No. 7 Kentucky 19

too tough

Ole Miss RB Zach Evans broke through the Wildcats’ defense to give the Rebels a 7-0 lead.

At home!

The Ole Miss running back showed up in the first quarter. Freshman Quincy Judkins took a 14–0 lead after taking off 48 yards for a touchdown and missing a Kentucky field goal.


Barion Brown got Kentucky into action and closed out the first quarter with an 85-yard kickoff return. This big profit gave the Wildcats a superior fielding position. score on next play Closing the gap at 14-6.

one score game

later Rebels picked up safety Adding another field goal in the second quarter, the Wildcats cut the deficit to 19–12 with a quick touchdown pass from Will Levis to Tybion Robinson just before halftime.


In the third quarter, Levis found tight end Jordan Dingle for a 17-yard score to even the score.

Conclusion of the contract

Ole Miss added a 4th quarter field goal to take the lead, but Kentucky was quickly back downfield. Brown put the Wildcats into the red zone in less than a minute, but the Rebel defense forced another turnover to seal his win.

No. 14 Ole Miss Seals Upset Victory Over No. 7 Kentucky

No. 14 Ole Miss Seals Upset Victory Over No. 7 Kentucky

The Rebels defeated the Wildcats after Ole Miss Jared Ivey forced a fumble and Tavius ​​Robinson recovered.

Illinois 34, Wisconsin 10


Wisconsin took an early lead over Illinois thanks to a miraculous catch from running back Isaac Gelend.

Graham Martz teams up with Isaac Gelend for a 21-yard TD

Graham Martz teams up with Isaac Gelend for a 21-yard TD

Wisconsin Badgers QB Graham Mertz completed a 21-yard pass to Isaac Guerend for a touchdown. Badger Fighting Illinois He leads the Illini 7-0.


QB Graham Mertz pass intercepted On the Badgers’ own side of the field, courtesy of QB Tommy DeVito led to a game-tying touchdown on the ensuing drive to Illinois State.

Tommy DeVito punches with QB sneak to tie Wisconsin

Tommy DeVito punches with QB sneak to tie Wisconsin

Illinois was tied 7-7 with Michigan after Tommy DeVito punched with a QB sneak.

in a roll

DeVito punches in consecutive scoring Increase Illinois by two digits. Meanwhile, the Special Teams unit made a big appearance in the third quarter by recovering from a botched Wisconsin kickoff in the red zone.

go, go, go!

Chase Brown extended Illinois’ lead with a monster 49-yard touchdown midway through the third quarter, and the fighting Illini went on to secure the road win.

Chase Brown hits 49-yard TD on breakaway

Chase Brown hits 49-yard TD on breakaway

Illinois led Wisconsin 31–10 after Chase Brown ran for a 49-yard touchdown.

Best of the rest:

Catch of the year?

Liberty wideout Jaibian Lofton delivered a staggering 34-yard touchdown pass from QB Kaidon Salter to give the Flames an early lead over Old Dominion.

Upset alert!

TCU got off to a dream start in No. 18 Oklahoma, leading the Sooners by 17 points in the first quarter. QB Max Duggan showed speed with a 67-yard score after throwing his two TDs before that.

TCU continue to dominate, starting the second half 31 points behind.Sooners QB Dillon Gabriel ejected after winning Saturday’s game big hit From TCU linebacker Jamoy Hodge, who was ejected for targeting.

Horned Frogs end the explosion at 55-24.

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Unranked Purdue ran for 160 yards en route to defeating PJ Fleck’s No. 21 Golden Gophers. The game was sealed with a fourth quarter interception from Kam Allen, the second of the game.

BC Battle

double coverage? No problem for Zay Flowers. Boston his college wideout reeled in this monster pass from QB Phil his Jerkovek and put the Eagles ahead of Louisville at home.

leave for the race

Miami Redhawks QB Aveon Smith scrambled 73 yards for a game-changing touchdown against Buffalo.

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