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Saturday's notable upsets

Vanderbilt's win over No. 18 Kansas State ended a 71-year drought without a victory over an AP-ranked non-conference opponent. Meanwhile, Memphis continued its success vs. ranked teams at home, while San Diego State earned its first win against a ranked team in five years.

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Memphis QB shares journey back to football (1:55)
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South Florida's Flowers destined for greatness (0:56)

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Oklahoma's Mark Andrews says he's "ready to go" full speed against Baylor. Said he could have played entire game against Tulane but coaches wanted him to rest after suffering knee injury earlier.

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Week 3 Power Rankings: Make way for the Tigers

Memphis enters the rankings at No. 24 in the wake of yet another home win over a ranked opponent. The Tigers will face Southern Illinois and Georgia State the next two weeks before returning to conference play at UCF.

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Houston, Purdue lead the way on defense

The Cougars and Boilermakers each put up nearly flawless performances this week, allowing a total of six points. Clemson wasn't too far off, shutting down Lamar Jackson and Louisville, while Texas defended admirably in an overtime loss to USC.

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Cincy defied slimmest of odds in win

Bearcats S Malik Clements' pick-six with 1:42 left sealed a thrilling come-from-behind victory that, at one point, saw them with less than 0.5 percent of a chance to win.

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Tulane, Army continue losing streaks vs. ranked opponents

Both Tulane (lost at No. 2 Oklahoma) and Army (lost at No. 8 Ohio State) extended losing streaks against AP-ranked opponents on Saturday. The Green Wave and Black Knights own the two longest active losing streaks against such opponents in the FBS.

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Clements' pick 6 for the win (0:35)
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Toledo makes game winning FG as time expires (0:39)
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Bands from Houston and Rice with a display of unity at halftime, performing a joint rendition of "Amazing Grace" in honor of victims of Hurricane Harvey.

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Young's TD extends the RedHawks lead (0:19)
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UCLA left singing the Memphis blues (1:19)
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Cougar's Leday jukes his way into the end zone (0:25)
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Cougars breakthrough into end zone for a TD (0:34)
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Houston, Rice show solidarity post-hurricane

Houston and Rice showed solidarity before their rivalry game kicked off on Saturday night in their first game in the city since Hurricane Harvey hit. A moment of silence in memory of victims of Harvey was observed before the game.

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Virginia Tech routs East Carolina (0:56)
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Houston DL Turner intercepts Rice's pass. (0:37)
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Ragland finds Mayock to put the RedHawks on the board (0:40)
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Houston's Allen burst into end zone for TD (0:31)
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Houston gets ready with 'Cage Sway' (0:54)