No. 8 Ohio State puts away No. 24 Michi­gan State in fourth quar­ter

The Sun Herald (Sunday) - - Sports -

trekked down the field for a 14-play drive that lasted 5:38. Quar­ter­back Drew Lock trot­ted three yards into the end­zone to give Mis­souri its first lead of the game - 33-28 with 9:18 re­main­ing.

Van­der­bilt quar­ter­back Kyle Shur­mur out­played Lock for the ma­jor­ity of the game. Shur­mur tossed for 249 yards and three touch­downs on 24-for-35 pass­ing. Lock, a for­mer Heis­man hope­ful, passed for 253 yards, two touch- downs and two in­ter­cep­tions on 22-for-33 pass­ing.

Crock­ett bolted for 122 yards and a touch­down on 22 car­ries and Roun­tree added 92 yards on 21 rushes.

Van­der­bilt’s Ke’Shawn Vaughn ran for 182 yards and one touch­down on 15 car­ries, good for 12.1 yards per carry.

The Com­modores showed prom­ise on of­fense in the first half and proved that they could com­pete on the road. The vic­tory would have im­mensely helped the team’s bowl chances, but Van­der­bilt can still clinch el­i­gi­bil­ity with wins in home games against Ole Miss and Ten­nessee.

It wasn’t as pretty as the Tigers’ 38-17 vic­tory over No. 13 Florida, but Mis­souri is of­fi­cially go­ing bowl­ing. Af­ter a rough first half, the de­fense locked down and of­fense stepped up in the sec­ond half. slow start and three fourth-down fail­ures to lead No. 10 Wash­ing­ton State past nose-div­ing Colorado at Boul­der, Colo. No. 11 UCF 35, Navy 24: McKenzie Mil­ton threw for two touch­downs and ran for a third, help­ing UCF ex­tend the na­tion’s long­est win­ning streak to 22 games with a home vic­tory over Navy. Ten­nessee 24, No. 12 Ken­tucky 7: Jar­rett Guar­an­tano threw a 39-yard touch­down pass to Mar­quez Call­away on the fi­nal play of the first half and Dar­rell Taylor recorded four sacks as Ten­nessee trounced No. 12 Ken­tucky 24-7 on Satur­day.

No. 19 Florida 35, South Carolina 31: Feleipe

Franks si­lenced the home crowd twice af­ter touch­down runs, seem­ingly send­ing a mes­sage af­ter get­ting benched last week and booed ear­lier in the game, and Florida ral­lied to beat South Carolina at home to end a two-game los­ing streak.

No. 21 Penn State 22, Wis­con­sin 10: Trace McSor­ley tied Penn State’s record for wins by a quar­ter­back with his 29th, and the Nit­tany Lions beat Wis­con­sin at home.

LATE FRI­DAY

No. 13 Syra­cuse 54, Louisville 23: Moe Neal rushed for a ca­reer-best 159 yards and two touch­downs, quar­ter­back Eric Dungey ran for two more scores and passed for an­other, and Syra­cuse took ad­van­tage of five Louisville mis­cues to win at home.

Boise State 24, No. 16 Fresno State 17: Brett Ryp­ien threw for 269 yards and Alexan­der Mat­ti­son rushed for 143 yards and a pair of touch­downs to lead Boise State to a home win over Fresno State.

L.G. PAT­TER­SON AP

Van­der­bilt wide re­ceiver Kal­ija Lip­scomb pulls down a touch­down re­cep­tion in front of Mis­souri de­fen­sive back DeMarkus Acy dur­ing the sec­ond half Satur­day.

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