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Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Touchdown Texas with 46 seconds to play. It sure could have used that field goal on the previous possession. The Longhorns, down 24-21, will need to get the onside kick, obviously.

David Purdum ESPN Staff Writer 

Three times as much money has been bet on Texas A&M as has been bet on Alabama at the Westgate SuperBook in Las Vegas. The Crimson Tide are 17.5-point favorites.

Wisconsin trying to run down the clock

Corey Clement breaks a tackle in the backfield before a 34-yard gain. The No. 10 Badgers are driving with a 14-6 lead over Iowa on ESPN.


Towles fakes everyone, goes all the way

Boston College QB Patrick Towles confused the defense with a fake handoff, then rolled to his left and went 75 yards to the house. Syracuse leads 21-17 in the fourth quarter.


Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

North Carolina will play Virginia without starting receiver Mack Hollins, out for the season with a broken collarbone. Fellow receiver Bug Howard has chosen to honor his teammate, and will wear Hollins' No. 13.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

A total mess for Texas in the red zone. Given an opportunity, the Longhorns made way too many mistakes, capped by a botched field-goal attempt. K-State holds on to its 10-point lead with four minutes to play.

Steve Ishmael makes incredible TD catch

But did he stay in bounds? The officials decided Ishmael was, padding Syracuse's lead over Boston College.


Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer 

Oklahoma State just pulled off one of the more amazing INT returns you'll see this season. Jordan Sterns grabbed the initial pick on a tipped pass, but he flipped to DT Vincent Taylor as he was going down and Taylor then pitched to DE Jarrell Owens. Owens ran it down inside the red zone to the KU 16 to finish a 64-yard return.

Matt Fortuna ESPN Staff Writer 

Steve Ishmael makes a heck of an 11-yard TD catch to give Syracuse a 21-10 lead just before the fourth quarter. Ishmael now has 8 catches for 108 yards, while Eric Dungey has his 6th 300-yard passing game of the season, which is tied for the most in the FBS and tied with Ryan Nassib for the school single-season record. Dungey has completed 29 of 33 passes on the day.

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Since it's homecoming, 10 Stanford trees are on the field -- trees from years past have returned. It's the Stanford forest today!

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

UCLA QB Josh Rosen's status for today's game against Utah remains in question. He was on the field for warm-ups about 90 minutes prior to kickoff, but did not throw as much as the other UCLA quarterbacks.

Rutgers inches closer with score

Giovanni Rescigno thew an 18-yard TD pass to Jawuan Harris, but the two-point conversion failed. Minnesota leads 31-29 in the fourth quarter on ESPNU.


BC turns ball over in bizarre fashion

It would have been first-and-goal inside the 5-yard line for the Eagles, but an odd play resulted in Syracuse getting the ball back with a 14-10 lead.


David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Not as many day games at Stanford as there used to be, so not as many chances to get this sun-splashed shot of campus.

Jesse Temple ESPN Staff Writer 

No. 8 Nebraska plays host to Purdue today, and it will be a story of two teams heading in opposite directions. Nebraska is 6-0 under second-year coach Mike Riley and looking at a potentially huge showdown next Saturday against Wisconsin to take full control of the Big Ten West. Purdue fired coach Darrell Hazell after a poor performance against Iowa last week. Interim coach Gerad Parker faces a tough task in trying to implement substantial changes over the final six games. But Purdue, at 3-3, still has a chance to reach a bowl game.

Matt Fortuna ESPN Staff Writer 

In a play emblematic of BC's offensive struggles, Patrick Towles appears to hit Michael Walker on third-and-long inside the 5, but the ball gets stripped and lands in the hands of Syracuse's Parris Bennett for what will go down as an interception. The Orange take over at their own 12.

Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer 

Kansas made a QB change again this week, benching Ryan Willis for Montell Cozart, and it's paying off so far vs. Oklahoma State. Cozart is 19/26 passing, has 220 total yards and the Jayhawks are keeping it close today, down just 24-20 late in the third quarter.