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No. 1 LSU 56, Arkansas 20

BA­TON ROUGE, La. — Joe Bur­row passed for 327 yards and three touch­downs, Clyde Ed­ward­sHe­laire rushed for a ca­reer-high 188 yards and three TDs and LSU clinched its first trip since to the South­east­ern Con­fer­ence cham­pi­onship game since 2011.

No. 4 Ge­or­gia 19, No. 24 Texas A&M 13

ATHENS, Ga. — Ge­orge Pick­ens scored Ge­or­gia’s only touch­down, Ro­drigo Blanken­ship booted four field goals and the de­fense stymied Texas A&M.

Ge­or­gia (10-1, 7-1 South­east­ern Con­fer­ence, No. 4 CFP) wrapped up its con­fer­ence sched­ule and stayed on course to make a run at the Col­lege Foot­ball Play­off.

While the Bull­dogs strug­gled of­fen­sively, the de­fense turned in another dom­i­nat­ing per­for­mance. Texas A&M (7-4, 4-3) was held to just mi­nus-1 yards rush­ing and 274 yards over­all, one week after pil­ing up 319 yards on the ground in a rout of South Carolina.

No. 5 Alabama 66, West­ern Carolina 3

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Mac Jones passed for 275 yards and three touch­downs in lit­tle more than a half and Alabama be­gan life with­out Tua Tago­v­ailoa with a romp over West­ern Carolina.

Ari­zona State 31, No. 6 Ore­gon 28

TEMPE, Ariz. — Fresh­man Jay­den Daniels com­pleted 22 of 32 passes for 408 yards and three touch­downs and Ari­zona State in­ter­cepted two of Justin Her­bert’s passes in the fourth quar­ter.

Ari­zona State (6-5, 3-5 Pac-12) ended Ore­gon’s Col­lege Foot­ball Play­off hopes and its nine-game win­ning streak. The Sun Devils snapped a four-game los­ing streak with their first vic­tory over a top-five team since Oct. 14, 2017, against then No. 5 Wash­ing­ton. Ore­gon (9-2, 7-1) has clinched the Pac-12 North ti­tle and a place in the con­fer­ence cham­pi­onship game.

No. 7 Utah at Ari­zona, late No. 8 Ok­la­homa 28, TCU 24

NOR­MAN, Okla. — Jalen Hurts passed for two touch­downs and ran for two more and Ok­la­homa beat TCU to clinch a spot in the Big 12 cham­pi­onship game.

Hurts ran for 173 yards and passed for 145. He be­came the third Ok­la­homa quar­ter­back to rush for at least 1,000 yards in a sea­son.

No. 11 Min­nesota 38, Northweste­rn 22

EVANSTON, Ill. — Tan­ner Mor­gan led Min­nesota to scores on its first three pos­ses­sions and fin­ished with four touch­down passes, and the Go­phers bounced back from their first loss of the sea­son.

The Go­phers (10-1, 7-1 Big Ten, No. 10 CFP), who lost at Iowa last week, strength­ened their grip on first place in the West Divi­sion.

No. 12 Michi­gan 39, In­di­ana 14

BLOOM­ING­TON, Ind. — Shea Patterson threw five touch­down passes and Nico Collins scored a ca­reer-high three times for Michi­gan.

The Wolver­ines (9-2, 6-2 Big Ten, No. 13 CFP) have won four straight over­all and 24 straight in the se­ries since 1987.

No. 13 Bay­lor 24, Texas 10

WACO, Texas — Char­lie Brewer ac­counted for 296 yards and two touch­downs and Bay­lor wrapped up a spot in the Big 12 cham­pi­onship game.

The Bears (10-1, 7-1 Big 12, No. 14 CFP) have their sixth 10win sea­son, and fifth since 2011.

No. 14 Wisconsin 45, Pur­due 24

MADI­SON, Wis. — Jonathan Tay­lor ran for 222 yards — the 12th time he has at least 200 in his ca­reer —and a touch­down for Wisconsin.

No. 15 Notre Dame 40, Boston Col­lege 7

SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Ian Book threw three touch­down passes and Notre Dame cor­ralled Boston Col­lege star run­ning back AJ Dil­lon.

No. 16 Auburn 52, Sam­ford 0

AUBURN, Ala. — Auburn held Sam­ford to 114 yards and forced four turnovers, JaTarvi­ous Whit­low scored twice and the Tigers tuned up for the Iron Bowl against Alabama with a rain-drenched rout.

No. 17 Cincin­nati 15, Tem­ple 13

CINCIN­NATI — Michael War­ren II ran 13 yards for a touch­down on a cold, raw night, Coby Bryant went 98 yards with a blocked ex­tra-point at­tempt and Cincin­nati clinched a spot in the Amer­i­can Ath­letic ti­tle game.

The Bearcats (10-1, 7-0) se­cured the AAC East ti­tle and re­mained the only un­beaten team in league play. They would host the ti­tle game if they win next week at No. 18 Mem­phis, which shares the AAC West lead.

No. 18 Mem­phis 49, South Florida 10

TAMPA, Fla. — Brady White threw for 222 yards and two touch­downs and Mem­phis shrugged off two early turnovers to beat South Florida and re­tain a share of first place in the Amer­i­can Ath­letic Con­fer­ence West Divi­sion.

No. 19 Iowa 19, Illi­nois 10

IOWA CITY, Iowa — Nate Stan­ley threw for 308 yards and Keith Dun­can kicked four field goals to set a Big Ten-sea­son mark in Iowa’s vic­tory over Illi­nois.

The Hawkeyes (8-3, 5-3 Big Ten) also forced three turnovers against the team that came into the game lead­ing the na­tion in turnover mar­gin. Bran­don Peters had two passes in­ter­cepted and a lost a fourth-quar­ter fum­ble for the Illini (6-5, 4-4).

No. 20 Boise State at Utah State, late Navy 35, No. 21 SMU 28

AN­NAPOLS, Md. —Navy quar­ter­back Mal­colm Perry gen­er­ated 357 yards of to­tal of­fense and scored the win­ning touch­down.

Perry found a seam and scam­pered 70 yards with just over 6 min­utes re­main­ing to break a tie. He fin­ished with 195 yards on 38 car­ries with two touch­downs on the ground and com­pleted 9 of 15 passes for 162 yards and another score.

No. 22 Ok­la­homa State 20, West Vir­ginia 12

MOR­GAN­TOWN, W.Va. — Dru Brown threw two touch­down passes in his first start, Chuba Hub­bard sur­passed 100 yards rush­ing for the ninth con­sec­u­tive game and Ok­la­homa State beat West Vir­ginia.

No. 23 Ap­palachian State 35, Texas State 13

BOONE, N.C. — Dar­ryn­ton Evans ran for 154 yards and three se­cond-half touch­downs for Ap­palachian State.

No. 25 Vir­ginia Tech 28, Pitts­burgh 0

BLACKS­BURG, Va. — Hen­don Hooker threw for 153 yards and two touch­downs to lead Vir­ginia Tech.

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