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David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

David Shaw speaking with passion at his presser: "We have to find a way to stoke that fire."

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The Crimson Tide have scored an FBS-high 12 non-offensive touchdowns this season. Alabama entered Saturday with six more non-offensive touchdowns than any other school. The Tide have scored a non-offensive touchdown in 10 straight games dating to 2015, the longest FBS streak in the last 10 seasons.

Stove breaks off long TD run for Auburn

Eli Stove takes a jet-sweep left and breaks off a 78-yard touchdown run on Auburn's first play from scrimmage against Arkansas.


Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

Jonathan Allen's 30-yard fumble recovery for a TD makes 12 non-offensive TDs for Alabama on the season. That's also at least one in 10 straight games. This streak may never ever end

Alex Scarborough ESPN Staff Writer 

Who needs an offense? Alabama takes the 26-14 lead on its 12th non-offensive touchdown of the season. Jonathan a Allen picked up the fumble and rumbled into the end zone.

Nebraska pulling away from Purdue

Alonzo Moore gives the Cornhuskers some breathing room by taking a handoff up the right sideline for a 24-yard touchdown. Nebraska holds a 24-14 lead early in the fourth quarter.


Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

West Virginia is showing the last two weeks that it is much more than a sling-it-around offense. Its receivers are incredible -- Ka'Raun White with another terrific touchdown grab -- but WVU can also use clock (last TD drive took 5:08 and went 11 plays). The Mountaineers also have two takeaways on special teams, another from the defense and have shut down TCU in the second half. WVU has allowed only 1 of 7 third downs to be converted and has converted 7 of 12 of its own.

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

"We have one goal in mind, and that's to be the Pac-12 champion," said Colorado's Phillip Lindsay.

Greg Ostendorf ESPN Staff Writer 

There's a reason Auburn is 5-0 in games after a bye week under Gus Malzahn. On its first play from scrimmage, true freshman Eli Stove takes the end-around and goes 78 yards to the house. The last time Auburn scored on its first play was the 2003 Iron Bowl when Carnell Williams went 80 yards for a touchdown.

Eastern Michigan not going away quietly

Brogan Roback passes to Sergio Bailey II for a 56-yard gain to Western Michigan's 9-yard line. Eastern Michigan scored on the next play to cut No. 20 Western Michigan's lead to 31-24 in the third quarter.


Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

UCLA has all but completely abandoned the run. It trails No. 19 Utah 27-21 at halftime and called just six running plays in the first half. Quarterback Mike Fafaul, who is again filling in for the injured Josh Rosen, attempted 37 first-half passes. Only one player has attempted more passes in a half this season – Cal's Davis Webb against San Diego State (43).

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Colorado celebrates bowl eligibility.


Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

Alabama might only be up 20-13 but the lead feels so much bigger with how Alabama dominated most of the first half. Why Alabama is getting away from its running game is perplexing. Lane Kiffin called six straight pass plays on that last drive and needed a bad roughing the passer to keep the drive alive. Alabama went on to rush for 42 yards on seven of the next eight plays before Calvin Ridley's 4-yd TD catch

Virginia cuts into Tar Heels lead

Taquan Mizzell finds a hole in the defense for a 1-yard TD run early in the fourth quarter. The Tar Heels maintain a 28-14 over the Cavaliers.


Ted Miller ESPN Staff Writer 

Washington QB Jake Browning warming up before facing Oregon State. Now a leading Heisman Trophy candidate, he'll want big numbers against Beavers. Question today is how long might he play for the Huskies, who are 36-point favorites.


David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Colorado is jubilant after clinching bowl eligibility. Here's Mike MacIntyre congratulating QB Sefo Liufau.

Texas A&M takes lead with TD pass

Trevor Knight tosses a 25-yard touchdown strike to Christian Kirk on the opening drive of the third quarter to give the Aggies a one-point lead over Alabama.


Stanford defense forces safety

Colorado QB Alex Kinney runs out of the back of the end zone, resulting in a safety. Colorado leads Stanford 10-5 in the third quarter.


Alex Scarborough ESPN Staff Writer 

After a near fumble, Alabama responds to retake the lead over Texas A&M, 20-14, when Jalen Hurts found Calvin Ridley for the TD.