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Jared Shanker ESPN Staff Writer 

A chorus of boos rain down on Florida State as it heads to the locker room trailing 21-7. North Carolina's offense was rarely stopped, but a self-inflicted wound might have reenergized the Seminoles. Elijah Hood fumbled at the goal line right before the half to keep it a two-score game. Can FSU keep the momentum like it did against Ole Miss? Or will it's terrible defense keep FSU chasing?

Illinois leads No. 15 Nebraska at halftime

Illinois' Darius Mosely intercepts Nebraska QB Tommy Armstrong Jr. and takes it into Huskers' territory. The Fighting Illini added a field goal to take a 13-10 lead before the half.

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David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

The buzz on Cal's campus ahead of this game against Utah is all about WR Chad Hansen, who leads the nation with 50 catches.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

A sluggish finish to the first half for No. 15 Nebraska as Illinois, with help from backup QB Chayce Crouch, gets a pair of field goals, aided by a Darius Mosely interception of Tommy Armstrong Jr., to lead 13-10 in Lincoln. Wes Lunt is back for the Illini after missing two plays.

Cook puts Seminoles on the board

FSU RB Dalvin Cook's 9-yard TD run cuts the Tar Heels' lead over the Seminoles to 21-7 in the second quarter on ESPN.

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Brian Bennett ESPN Staff Writer 

Michigan is basically out-Wisconsining Wisconsin right now. The Wolverines' offensive line is getting a nice push up front despite losing starting LT Grant Newsome to injury. And Michigan's defense is putting the Badgers in a phone booth -- Wisconsin has just 29 rushing yards. Winning the battles up front helped Wisconsin beat LSU and Michigan State, but Michigan is proving to be another story thus far.

Armstrong sneaks it in for Huskers

Nebraska QB Tommy Armstrong Jr. sneaks into the end zone for a 1-yard TD. The No. 15 Cornhuskers lead Illinois 10-7 on ESPN2.

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Tar Heels pulling away from Seminoles

UNC QB Mitch Trubisky stretches the ball into the end zone for a 4-yard TD. The Tar Heels lead No. 12 FSU 21-0 on ESPN.

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Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

Josh Pitre is a big LSU fan and a big Ed Orgeron fan. "He's one of us. It would be great if he could finish this thing off and be our coach," said Pitre, who went to the same high school as Orgeron, South Lafourche.

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Fish fries and cookouts for GameDay and Louisville ain't invited...

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Nebraska isn't the only school that stages a balloon launch. Clemson students prepare for tonight.

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ESPN Stats and Information  

North Carolina up 20-0 on Florida State. Seminoles hadn't trailed by 20 or more at home since 2008 against Florida (lost 45-15).

S. Carolina defender pulls off great INT

Armani Watts managed to tip the Texas A&M pass into the air, locate the ball, then lay out for an impressive interception. South Carolina is tied 7-7 with No. 9 Texas A&M after the first quarter.

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Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

Tennessee RB Jalen Hurd literally just got caught looking. Was wide open for a touchdown, slowed up after catching it and got blindsided by Georgia's Deandre Baker at about the 2. Hurd fumbled into the end zone and Georgia recovered. Really bad look for Hurd on that one

Josh Moyer ESPN Staff Writer 

Lots of booing in Beaver Stadium after Penn State sent its FG unit on the field on 4th-and-G from the 1. Tyler Davis did make the kick to tie the game at 3, but the booing continued afterward. James Franklin has been pretty conservative in similar situations the last two weeks, and that hasn't gone over well with fans. (Franklin opted for a FG last week against U-M while trailing 28-0.)

Wolverines go with a unique formation

Michigan starts a 2nd and 2 play from the 6-yard line with 10 players lined up one-by-one before breaking into normal formation prior to the snap.

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Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Top receiver Jordan Westerkamp walked slowly off the field for Nebraska after he was tackled on the sideline at the end of a 21-yard reception. Illinois and the Huskers are tied at 7 as injuries mount in the second quarter for Tommy Armstrong's receiving threats.