With eight receptions for 163 yards, Sutton tied the SMU single-game program record with four TD catches, and his 40-yard scoring reception broke a 10-all first-quarter tie and broke the game open. Hicks, 20 of 39 for 312 yards passing with one interception, also connected with Sutton on 62-, 4-, 35-yard TD passes.
Jones gained 74 yards on 13 carries, and his 1-yard plunge on fourth-and-goal in the third quarter was set up by Demerick Gary's interception of a pass by the Mean Green's Mason Fine. Jones also scored on a 47-yard run in the fourth.
The Mustangs defense held North Texas (1-1) to 69 yards rushing, scored a safety, and twice stopped the Mean Green on downs.
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Auburn jumped up thanks to its impressive win over then-No. 1 Georgia, but a familiar team remains atop the SEC rankings.
In vintage Gus Malzahn style, Auburn floored the gas and ran Georgia ragged, potentially setting up another Iron Bowl to remember.
Led by running back Rodney Anderson, the Sooners won their second consecutive high-profile matchup to maintain their spot atop the Big 12.
Miami feasts on turnovers but the Hurricanes come up empty too often in the red zone. Alabama's defensive depth is being tested by multiple injuries and Oklahoma's defense is, well, historically bad by CFP standards.
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SVP examines the fallout of Butch Jones' firing at Tennessee and how the Vols need to be honest with the cost of getting rid of a coach.