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David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Number of players to score a TD this season: Alabama defense 7, Stanford offense 3 (ESPN Stats and Info)

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Nick Saban is the fourth Alabama head coach to win 20 straight.

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In the Air Tonight playing at Wrigley. When they hit Mike Tyson's favorite drum solo, about 200 people in the bleachers air-drummed along.

Williams eclipses 300 rushing yards with TD

Joe Williams is running all over the UCLA defense, scoring his fourth touchdown of the game on this 55-yard run.


Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

UCLA is only down 7 with 4:15 left. A lot of people decided to beat traffic.

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

Baker Mayfield throwing his arms up, egging on the Texas Tech student section on the way into the tunnel.

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Alabama coach Nick Saban announces starting safety Eddie Jackson is out for the season after breaking his leg in 33-14 win versus Texas A&M.

Josh Moyer ESPN Staff Writer 

According to the pregame intro, Penn State LBs Jason Cabinda and Brandon Bell will return to the starting lineup tonight against No. 2 Ohio State. It's still uncertain how much they'll play, though. Bell has been gone since Week 2, Cabinda since Week 1. Sure we'll still see a rotation there.

Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

Ohio State hasn't been a very polite visitor under Urban Meyer. The Buckeyes will try to make it 21 straight true road wins tonight against Penn State. They could match Alabama, which won 21 straight from 1970-75 under Bear Bryant. Oklahoma won 25 in a row from 1953-58 under Bud Wilkinson.

Tigers dominate Arkansas in 1st half

Sean White finds Stanton Truitt down the sideline and he takes it the rest of the way for the score. No. 21 Auburn has rolled up a 28-3 halftime lead over No. 17 Arkansas.


Browning, Huskies rolling in first half

Jake Browning hits Dante Pettis on a slant for a 23-yard score to put Washington up 21-0 on Oregon State early in the second quarter. Browning has contributed on all three TDs, throwing for two and running for one.


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Since Nick Saban was hired in 2007, Alabama has held its opponent to 14 points or fewer in an FBS-high 83 games. The Crimson Tide are now 82-1 in such games (the only loss was the 9-6 defeat to LSU in 2011). The next closest Power 5 team in terms of games holding its opponent to 14 points or fewer during that span is Ohio State (which plays tonight) at 56 games.

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

Utah RB Joe Williams set the school record for rushing yards (260) early in the fourth quarter against UCLA. A short while later, he added a 55-yard touchdown run to become the first Pac-12 player to crack the 300-yard mark since 2012, when Arizona's Ka'Deem Carrey (366 against Colorado) and Oregon's Kenjon Barner (321 against USC) both did it.

Greg Ostendorf ESPN Staff Writer 

It was all working for Auburn in the first half. The offense has 328 yards, 268 on the ground. The defense has eight tackles for loss, including three sacks. And the Tigers head into the locker room with a 28-3 lead on Arkansas.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen's on the offense's ability to be methodical and the production and leadership of running back Rushel Shell III


David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Animated Colorado RB Phillip Lindsay says "Colorado football" is about "big plays and swag," says that six wins are "cute" but the Buffs still have more to accomplish.


Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer 

Jim Harbaugh's new glasses are a nod to Woody Hayes, Michael Douglas and Malcolm X.


Tempers flare in Syracuse-Boston College

After Boston College came up with an interception and a long return, the two teams got into it on the sideline.


David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

"We need more production from the quarterback position," David Shaw said. He wouldn't discuss whether or not the starting job would be re-opened this week, but he did say the staff would "go back and evaluate the film again."