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Nebraska RB fumbles before crossing goal line

Cornhuskers RB Terrell Newby loses control of the ball just before crossing the goal line, resulting in a touchback.

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Greg Ostendorf ESPN Staff Writer 

LSU defensive end Arden Key was called for targeting. However, after the review, the referees said that there was roughing the passer but no targeting. Key will remain in the game.

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Ryan Switzer is one punt return TD shy of matching the NCAA career record. He had one called back today on a hold -- his third called back by a flag. "I don't even care if I get the record now," he said. "I'm just tired of seeing flags on the ground."

Cougars dig into their bag of tricks for TD

Houston QB Greg Ward Jr. hands it off to D'Eriq King, who throws it to Steven Dunbar for a 15-yard touchdown. Texas State blocks the PAT but trails 22-0 early in the second quarter.

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Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer 

Houston WR D'Eriq King has a very particular set of skills, skills he acquired over a very long career playing quarterback at Manvel (Texas) High School. The true freshman had a 48-yard TD catch and run on a screen, then followed it up with a 15-yard TD pass on a trick play to extend Houston's lead over Texas State to 22-0.

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Some Arkansas fans getting in a little tailgating action just outside AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. The Razorbacks meet Texas A&M in about 60 minutes.

Chantel Jennings ESPN Staff Writer 

Former Oregon quarterback Vernon Adams Jr. is in attendance at the Ducks game today. Just shouted out to Dakota Prukop as he and the Oregon offense take the field.

Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

Tennessee coach Butch Jones said the team everyone saw in the first have "was not us." Said he felt this team had a different more confident attitude coming into this game and he saw that resolve in the second half

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Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer 

Houston has a tricky start to its schedule with four games in 19 days. The No. 6 Coogs are taking care of business so far against Texas State, up 16-0 after one quarter, and must go right into UConn prep and practice on Sunday for a Thursday night game against the only team that beat UH in 2015. With that quick turnaround, tonight would be a good night for UH to build a big lead early and let the backups play most of the second half.

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Missouri now has 178 points in 4 four games this season. In 12 games last season, Missouri scored 163 points total.

LSU denies Auburn on fourth-and-goal

On fourth-and-goal from the one-yard line, LSU holds firm and denies Auburn RB Kerryon Johnson from scoring.

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Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Seven plays, 75 yards and a Terence Williams 23-yard touchdown run for Baylor on the opening drive. And before the extra point, there's lightning in the area. The players have left the field. A delay in Waco.

Cougars strike on big play

Houston QB Greg Ward Jr. throws a short screen pass to D'Eriq King, and the speedy wideout takes it 48 yards for a touchdown. The Cougars extend their lead to 13-0 over the Bobcats in the first quarter.

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Greg Ostendorf ESPN Staff Writer 

Welcome to the future. We saw it last week but the drone was back this week to deliver the game ball for today's Auburn-LSU game.

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Notre Dame, USC both have three losses. This is the second time in the last 50 years both have had three losses before October (also 2001).

Matt Fortuna ESPN Staff Writer 

Duke coach David Cutcliffe said DeVon Edwards' knee injury is likely a season-ending ligament tear, but confirmation will come tomorrow. Cutcliffe adds that Edwards and QB Thomas Sirk, both fifth-year seniors who have injuries, are two of the best people -- not football players -- but people he's ever been around in his life.

Darren Rovell ESPN Senior Writer 

Three Nebraska players kneeled during the National Anthem at Northwestern tonight

Ryan McGee ESPN Senior Writer 

Texting with administrators today as opposite end-of-the-spectrum programs like Indiana and Notre Dame miss on expected wins vs Tobacco Road schools. I asked if September is too early to start worrying about bowl game whats and ifs. One AD said "Hell no it's not too early. Even in Playoff era the bowls listed by your name in that media guide are still a big deal."