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Greg Ostendorf ESPN Staff Writer 

LSU lost because one second wasn't enough time for Danny Etling to get the snap off. "They say you can't start a play in less than two seconds," Les Miles said after Saturday's loss. "You have to have two seconds to start a play. But you see people do it all the time."

Utica comes away with unbelievable INT

Dehstin Smart picks off Cortland QB DeAngelo Walker in unique fashion.


Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

The ACC ends the day with a perfect 8-0 record in nonconference games, including the most nonconference road wins in any week in league history (five). A top 5 showdown awaits next week between Louisville and Clemson -- yet another huge spotlight ready to shine on the league.

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Lamar Jackson TD Counter through 4 games: 🏈🏈🏈🏈🏈🏈🏈🏈🏈🏈🏈🏈🏈🏈🏈🏈🏈🏈🏈🏈🏈🏈🏈🏈🏈 (that's 25 if you're bad at counting)

Ted Miller ESPN Staff Writer 

No. 9 Washington is tied 14-14 with Arizona at the half, but the Huskies might rue their inability to take take advantage of two Wildcats turnovers that produced zero points. Certainly the Huskies defense, which entered the game yielding just 10 points per game, isn't holding up terribly well. Arizona rushed for 199 yards in the first half. Washington entered the game surrendering just 91 yards per game.

David Purdum ESPN Staff Writer 

Stanford's last-play, defensive touchdown that covered the spread in a 22-13 win over UCLA caused a $200,000 swing against the house for Las Vegas sportsbook operator CG Technology. Stanford was a 3.5-point favorite.

Big play puts Aggies ahead of Arkansas

After Texas A&M's defense denied the Razorbacks at the goal line, QB Trevor Knight takes a deep shot to Josh Reynolds, and the wideout does the rest. Reynolds' 92-yard touchdown puts the Aggies ahead 24-17 through three quarters.


Davis Webb continues strong first half

The Golden Bears QB finds WR Brandon Singleton in the corner of the end zone for a 23-yard touchdown. Cal takes a 24-10 lead over Arizona State into halftime. Webb has 234 passing yards and three touchdowns.


Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson has 25 total touchdowns -- more than any FBS player through four games since at least 2000. But here's the crazy part -- Jackson has yet to play a full game this season. Here's guessing he will be needed the entire way next week in a blockbuster ACC showdown against Clemson.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Big gamble for Baylor in the final minute of the fourth quarter, trying to catch Oklahoma State off guard with the quick snap to RB Terence Williams on fourth and 1 from its 24. It didn't work. Tells you about the mindset against OSU QB Mason Rudolph, who is feeling it. Is the Baylor defense up to the task as we head to the fourth quarter? The complexion of its season largely depends on these 15 minutes.

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

The primary takeaway from Stanford's comeback win at UCLA: the Cardinal now know that they can trust their quarterback to complement Christian McCaffrey. Ryan Burns was fantastic in the 2-minute drill to win that tractor pull of a game.

Stanford's defense closes out win

Bruins QB Josh Rosen is sacked by Cardinal LB Joey Alfieri, who forces a fumble. DE Solomon Thomas returns it for a 42-yard touchdown. The Cardinal pick up a 22-13 road win over the Bruins.


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Lamar Jackson is the only FBS player to have multiple seven-touchdown games in one season in the last 10 seasons.

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Texas A&M DE Myles Garrett briefly left the game with what appeared to be a left ankle injury. The training staff heavily taped the left ankle and Garrett jogged up and down the sideline but returned to the game after a few plays.

Stanford takes lead in final minute

Cardinal QB Ryan Burns throws a jump ball to JJ Arcega-Whiteside, and the 6-foot-3 wideout comes down with an eight-yard TD to give Stanford a 16-13 lead over UCLA late in the fourth quarter.


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Stanford closed as minus-3 at Westgate Las Vegas. Last play turned margin from 3 to 9 points.

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Texas A&M WR Ricky Seals-Jones is in street clothes and has a boot on his left foot so it's clear he won't return to the game tonight. Seals-Jones suffered an injury to his left ankle in the second quarter that required help from the training staff to get off the field -- Seals-Jones couldn't put weight on that left ankle/foot.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Outstanding poise from Oklahoma State QB Mason Rudolph in directing a 16-play, 75-yard drive. The Cowboys converted five third downs on the march and they're 10 of 13 for the game. That's how you win on the road -- and why Rudolph is 6-0 in starts away from Stillwater since losing his debut here as a true freshman in 2014. Tied at 21 halfway through the third quarter.