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Les Miles' magic runs out against Auburn, and his time at LSU might have too

Les Miles has found ways to win games late throughout his career. It almost happened again on Saturday. But his luck ran out, as LSU lost at Auburn.

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Upon further review, Auburn upsets LSU when clock strikes zero (1:25)
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Lamar Jackson adds 7 touchdowns to Heisman resume (1:44)
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Unbelievable, twisting one-handed catch for Colorado TD (0:44)
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Another big play results in another Texas A&M TD (1:08)
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Sad fans of college football: Week 4 edition (0:28)
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Penn State kicker delivers another big hit (0:23)
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Utica comes away with ridiculous interception (0:22)
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Platt's lightning speed results in Baylor 89-yard TD (0:40)
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Mark Dantonio seems to disappear from the sideline (0:18)
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Vols vault into SEC contention with 18-point comeback (1:28)
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J.J. Watt approves of his brother's play (0:36)
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Clowney and Devers both delivered monster hits (0:25)
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Houston routs Texas State to remain unbeaten (1:19)
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Vanderbilt ties Western Kentucky on final play of regulation (0:39)
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UMass' Young finds a hole for an 83-yard TD (0:56)

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UNC fans, band protest during anthem

North Carolina fans and band members held up their fists during the national anthem prior to the Tar Heels' game against Pitt on Saturday.

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Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

One of the biggest areas of weakness through three games for Texas A&M was their third-down offensive efficiency. Well, they excelled in Saturday's 45-24 win over Arkansas in that regard. The Aggies were 8-for-12 on third down. Trevor Knight, who was abysmal on third down in last week's win over Auburn, was 4-for-6 passing for 39 yards and ran three times for 162 yards and two touchdowns on third down. That'll win you some ball games.

Trayveon Williams puts Aggies up big

The freshman RB reaches the end zone on this 22-yard run. Texas A&M pushes its lead to 45-24 over Arkansas late in the fourth quarter.

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ESPN Stats and Information  

There have been eight pass receptions of 90-plus yards in Texas A&M history. Josh Reynolds is the only player to catch more than one. He had the 92-yarder today and a 95-yard catch against Vanderbilt last season.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Baylor is 4-0 after a 35-24 win over Oklahoma State -- and the Bears won their league opener without big contributions from Shock Linwood or KD Cannon.

Bobo makes incredible one-handed TD catch

Colorado QB Steven Montez completes a 31-yard TD pass to WR Bryce Bobo, who makes an amazing one-handed catch for the score.

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David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

UCLA coach Jim Mora on Stanford coming through at the end: "They have a reputation for being able to do that, and they did it."

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

Before Stanford coach David Shaw was even asked about why he punted on 4th-and-1 at the Stanford 39 with less than five minutes, trailing 13-9, he gave his reasoning. "We trust our defense. We had a fourth-and-1, and bad field position, and if we had been in good field position we would've gone for it," Shaw said. "But with bad field position we don't go for it. We never go for it. Not with that much time left and with the defense that we have." "Coincidentally, I had that conversation with my wife this morning about that exact scenario. Midfield, to our side of the field, 4th-and-1, and I told her that you punt. You punt every single time. If you have the defense that we have and the belief in what we do, that's what you do. You punt. And you play great defense and you get the ball back, and you go out there and you execute the plays." It was a curious decision at the time, but the man stuck to what he believed in – and it worked. With three Pac-12 titles in four years, he should always deserve the benefit of the doubt.

Arkansas cuts into A&M's lead

Austin Allen passes five yards to a wide-open Jared Cornelius for a touchdown with less than seven minutes left in the fourth quarter. The Razorbacks cut the deficit to 38-24.

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Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Orion Stewart's interception of Mason Rudolph on fourth and 15 all but secures victory for Baylor. The Bears are headed into October at 4-0 with two byes, Iowa State and Kansas on the schedule before visiting Texas in Week 9.

Knight pass extends A&M's lead

Trevor Knight passes to Christian Kirk, who scores on a nine-yard touchdown early in the fourth quarter. It was the Aggies' third touchdown of the second half.

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Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Baylor has been outplayed for most of the second half but turned away Oklahoma State twice inside the 4-yard line. Then the Bears went 99 yards, scoring on a third-and-15 pass from Seth Russell to Chris Platt. It's all about what you do with the opportunities, and the Bears have made the most of theirs. Not OSU. Baylor leads 35-24 with 5:14 to play.

Aggies double lead over Arkansas

Trayveon Williams' 33-yard run through the middle of the defense gives Texas A&M a 31-17 lead over the Razorbacks early in the fourth quarter.

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Upon further review, Auburn upsets LSU

LSU appears to win with a miraculous D.J. Chark touchdown, but upon further review, the Tigers didn't get the snap off in time, preserving the 18-13 Auburn win.

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Greg Ostendorf ESPN Staff Writer 

LSU lost because one second wasn't enough time for Danny Etling to get the snap off. "They say you can't start a play in less than two seconds," Les Miles said after Saturday's loss. "You have to have two seconds to start a play. But you see people do it all the time."

Utica comes away with unbelievable INT

Dehstin Smart picks off Cortland QB DeAngelo Walker in unique fashion.

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Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

The ACC ends the day with a perfect 8-0 record in nonconference games, including the most nonconference road wins in any week in league history (five). A top 5 showdown awaits next week between Louisville and Clemson -- yet another huge spotlight ready to shine on the league.