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Syracuse's Amba Etta-Tawo had a school-record 270 receiving yards in the Orange's win at Connecticut. The previous record (249 by Scott Schwedes against Boston College) was set in 1985. The 270 yards are the fourth-most in a game in ACC history.

Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer 

Don Brown said this week he wanted to force Penn State into a lot of "high freeze" (looking to sideline for the play after initially getting set) to slow things down. He has, and it's working. Michigan has sacks on one-third of the Nittany Lions' pass attempts and has held them to negative-3 rushing yards.

Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

Tennessee gets inside Florida's 5-yard line (again) and Joshua Dobbs throws an interception to Quincy Wilson in the end zone. That makes two trips close to the red zone (seven inside the 10-yard line) with zero points. The Vols also have four drops in this game. According to ESPN Stats & Information, the Vols had the lowest drop pct in the SEC this season (2.7 percent). They had only dropped 2 passes in their first 3 games.

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Opposing QBs vs Pitt, last 10 quarters: 61-of-92 (66%) for 1,035 yards (11.3 YPA) with 5 TDs and 1 INT. That's not real good.

Chantel Jennings ESPN Staff Writer 

Player news from Colorado-Oregon: Colorado QB Sefo Liufau -- who was injured versus Michigan last weekend -- is warming up in full uniform in Autzen. Looks like he'll be starting. Oregon running back Royce Freeman likely won't start today. He was injured last week versus Nebraska and spotted in a walking boot earlier this week. Back up Kani Benoit is slotted in his place. Oregon redshirt freshman left tackle Brady Aiello is picking up his second start of the season, stepping in for Tyrell Crosby, who suffered a career-ending injury versus Nebraska.

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James Conner has a rushing touchdown in 12 consecutive games, the second-longest active streak in FBS (to Jeremy McNichols' 15 games) and the longest in school history.

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Love defense? This probably isn't the game for you then. QBs Nate Peterman and Mitch Trubisky are combined 15-of-16 for 225 yards so far. Pitt leads North Carolina 19-7, but Heels have had the ball for just 1:48 of the first 23:32 of the game.

Shell finds end zone for second time

West Virginia RB Rushel Shell scores his second TD of the game from two yards out to give the Mountaineers a 14-10 lead over BYU on ESPN2.


Wolverines take 21-0 lead in Big House

Michigan QB Wilton Speight finds Devin Asiasi in the back of the end zone for a 3-yard TD. The No. 4 Wolverines lead Penn State 21-0 on ABC.


Matt Fortuna ESPN Staff Writer 

Duke DB DeVon Edwards exited Saturday's game with a left knee injury after getting hurt while returning a kickoff and won't return. Edwards' left leg appeared to buckle as he returned Notre Dame's first kickoff 21 yards. The redshirt senior captain has earned numerous All-ACC and All-America mentions, as he has 6 career kickoff return touchdowns, one shy of the ACC record. Edwards also has 2 career interception returns for touchdowns.

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

North Carolina sophomore Jerome Simpson led a group of about 20 protesters at last week's Tar Heels game with little fanfare, but as word continued to spread, the crowd more than doubled for today's home game against Pitt. Simpson and about 50 other protesters in the west end zone sat with raised fists during the playing of the national anthem in protest of police violence against black civilians. Simpson said he was inspired by Colin Kaepernick and wanted to support athletes who had been receiving criticism for speaking out. Simpson said several fans sitting nearby criticized the group for not standing during the anthem, but Simpson said it is not the group's intention to offend. "We're not anti-police department or anti military," Simpson said. "The police here in Chapel Hill have been very supportive about making sure this is a welcoming environment. I love that our troops fight for our rights to be able to do this."

Penn State LB ejected for targeting

Penn State LB Brandon Smith was ejected for targeting on this hard hit near the goal line against Michigan.


UNC's Hollins comes up with TD catch

North Carolina QB Mitch Trubisky throws to Mack Hollins, who comes up with the 39-yard TD reception despite double coverage. Pitt leads UNC 12-7 in the second quarter on ESPNU.


Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Ole Miss' Evan Engram leads FBS tight ends with 26 receptions and 397 receiving yards through the first four weeks. Engram on his blistering start.


Wolverines are driving again

Michigan RB De'Veon Smith's 39-yard run has the Wolverines eyeing the end zone for the third time. No. 4 Michigan leads Penn State 14-0 at the end of the first quarter on ABC.


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Wisconsin's two wins against AP top-10 opponents this season lead the FBS and are as many as it had in the previous 10 seasons combined.

Brian Bennett ESPN Staff Writer 

Wisconsin RB Corey Clement on how the Badgers are handling their schedule: "I like these big situations that we come across. I just think we play better against bigger opponents. So keep bringing on the big matchups, and we'll be ready for them." Wish granted. Wisconsin plays at Michigan next week, then hosts Ohio State after a bye.

Greg Ostendorf ESPN Staff Writer 

Hard to miss John Franklin III and his gold headphones at today's Tiger Walk. Will we see more of the dual-threat QB against LSU after he gave Auburn "a shot in the arm" last week.

Jared Shanker ESPN Staff Writer 

Steve Addazio talked about building momentum, and Boston Collrge looked as if it did that against Wagner. Most importantly, the offense began clicking. The running game was solid against an FCS foe, and Patrick Towles was efficient and hit a long touchdown.

James Conner extends Pitt's lead

Pittsburgh RB James Conner breaks through for a 1-yard TD run. Pitt leads North Carolina 12-0 early in the second quarter on ESPNU.


Matt Fortuna ESPN Staff Writer 

Duke just absolutely took it to Notre Dame on its last drive. Redshirt freshman QB Daniel Jones completed 6 straight passes to open the drive, then handed it off to Jela Duncan, who went untouched for an 18-yard TD rush. Just like that, Duke has tied the game at 14-all after falling behind 14-0 quickly. The Irish made several substitutions in the defensive backfield on that drive, and you have to wonder about that group's confidence moving forward.