End of 4th Quarter
- Buffalo, NY 14260
K.J. Osborn 53 Yd pass from Tyree Jackson (Adam Mitcheson Kick)
4 plays, 81 yards, 1:11
Calen Holt 5 Yd Run (John Abercrombie Kick)
11 plays, 74 yards, 5:44
Connor Slomka 3 Yd Run (John Abercrombie Kick)
12 plays, 77 yards, 6:55
Elijah Riley 80 Yd Return of Blocked Field Goal (John Abercrombie Kick)
11 plays, 59 yards, 3:41
Kevin Marks 1 Yd Run (Adam Mitcheson PAT failed)
12 plays, 87 yards, 5:02
Jordan Asberry 25 Yd pass from Kelvin Hopkins Jr. (John Abercrombie Kick)
10 plays, 75 yards, 5:06
Darnell Woolfolk 2 Yd Run (John Abercrombie Kick)
13 plays, 81 yards, 7:44
Luke Langdon 27 Yd Run (John Abercrombie Kick)
3 plays, 31 yards, 0:52
Oklahoma State LT Dylan Galloway retires because of injuries
Oklahoma State's Dylan Galloway, who started 14 games at left tackle the previous two seasons, has retired from football because of injuries.
James Franklin's family dealing with heightened challenges due to coronavirus
Penn State coach James Franklin details the challenges his family is facing during the coronavirus pandemic because of high-risk medical issues.
On the same day it announced athletic department paycuts, Oklahoma says 14 football players tested positive for coronavirus
As the Sooners' voluntary workouts began in Norman, Oklahoma, on Wednesday, the school announced 14 positive tests among the players, as well as some cost-cutting measures across the athletic department.
Utah DC Morgan Scalley to keep job with pay cut
Heather Dinich reports on the fallout for Utah defensive coordinator Morgan Scalley, who will retain his job after the school conducted an external review into his use of a racial slur in a 2013 text message.
Utah DC Morgan Scalley retains job, but takes pay cut, after review of racial slur
Morgan Scalley will remain Utah's defensive coordinator, but will take a significant pay cut, after the school conducted an external review into his use of a racial slur in a 2013 text message.
Penn State AD says idea of spring football season is a 'last resort'
Penn State AD Sandy Barbour said that talks of potentially playing college football in the spring began as early as March but that the idea is largely seen as a "last resort" because of the effect it would have on the 2021 season.