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Cougars cap 12-play drive with TD

No. 11 Houston narrows SMU's lead to 28-14 midway through the third quarter when Greg Ward Jr. completes a 2-yard touchdown pass back across the field to Tyler McCloskey.


Greg Ostendorf ESPN Staff Writer 

How happy are these guys right now? Auburn dominated Arkansas, 56-3, winning its fourth straight game, and now the Tigers are 5-2 with a ton of momentum on their side.

Brian Bennett ESPN Staff Writer 

Two teams that badly need a win, Michigan State and Maryland, are tied at 14 at halftime. The Spartans continue to have defensive issues, especially on third down, and are making too many mistakes. But they've done a much better job of running the ball than they have most of the season, pounding it 24 times for 159 yards and both TDs that half.

Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

The "White Out" and has seen both Ohio State and Penn State kept out of the end zone in the first half. The Buckeyes lead 3-0, but haven't been sharp. There have already been seven punts in the game.

ESPN Stats and Information  

Entering today, Auburn's season high for rushing yards was 462, against Arkansas State. The Tigers have surpassed that with eight minutes left against Arkansas. The last time Auburn had more was in the 2013 SEC championship game, when the Tigers gobbled up 545 yards on the ground against Missouri.

David Ching ESPN Staff Writer 

Leonard Fournette looks good to go after watching warmups for tonight's matchup with Ole Miss (9:15 ET kickoff, ESPN). LSU's star running back hasn't played in nearly a month, but his injured ankle has healed to the point that he should get steady carries against the Rebels. It will be interesting to see how he and Derrius Guice share time tonight after Guice rushed for at least 155 yards in all three games where he started in Fournette's absence.


Browning's big game leads Huskies

Jake Browning throws his third touchdown pass of the game, this one a 41-yarder to Dante Pettis off play-action, to put No. 5 Washington up 38-10 on Oregon State midway through the third quarter.


Greg Ostendorf ESPN Staff Writer 

That last touchdown run from Stanton Truitt gave Auburn 457 rushing yards, a new record for rushing yards in a regular season SEC game. Meanwhile, Arkansas has 20 yards on the ground against the Auburn defense. It's 49-3 and there's still 10:22 left.

Auburn's Truitt scores again

Stanton Truitt scores his third touchdown, two of them rushing, with a 49-yard run up the gut to push the Tigers' lead over Arkansas to 49-3 early in the fourth quarter.


Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

Oklahoma tight end Mark Andrews has been taken to the locker room with an apparent shoulder injury. Would be a big loss if he cannot return. Sooners already without RB Samaje Perine (pulled muscle).

Punt mishap opens door for Buckeyes

Penn State's John Reid muffs a punt late in a scoreless first quarter with Ohio State's Terry McLaurin recovering at the Nittany Lions' 38-yard line.


Josh Moyer ESPN Staff Writer 

Think Penn State missed LBs Brandon Bell and Jason Cabinda? This is the first time they've played together since Week 1, and they have a combined 11 tackles after the first quarter. That's nearly half of PSU's stops so far. Coach James Franklin implied they likely wouldn't play the entire game ... but that doesn't seem to be the case.

Hicks' third TD pass gives SMU big lead

Ben Hicks tosses a 28-yard touchdown pass to James Proche in the waning seconds of the first half to give SMU a 28-7 lead over No. 11 Houston at the break.


David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Stanford has averaged under 3 yards per rush 3 times in the last 4 games. That happened only 3 times total in the previous 8 seasons.

Malik Dear rumbles for State TD

Dear breaks several tackles at the line of scrimmage and barrels for 45 yards and the game's first touchdown. Mississippi State leads Kentucky 7-3 midway through the second quarter.


Vanderbilt ties Tennessee State 14-14

Kyle Shurmur passes 21 yards to Jared Pinkney to pull the Commodores even midway through the second quarter.


Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

West Virginia wide receiver Jovon Durante describes his acrobatic catch underneath two TCU defenders in Saturday's 34-10 victory.