Ari­zona State edges No. 18 Michi­gan State in wild last minute

The Fresno Bee (Sunday) - - Sports -

Eno Ben­jamin reached the ball to the goal line for a 1-yard touch­down run with 50 sec­onds re­main­ing, and Ari­zona State beat No. 18 Michi­gan State 10-7 on Saturday af­ter the Spar­tans had a ty­ing field goal negated for hav­ing too many men on the field.

Matt Cogh­lin’s 42-yard kick ap­peared to have tied it with 6 sec­onds re­main­ing, but a re­play showed too many men on the field for Michi­gan State, which had rushed the field goal team on in a dis­or­ga­nized fash­ion.

Cogh­lin had to try again from farther back af­ter the penalty, and he hooked the kick left for his third miss of the day.


No. 2 Alabama 47, South Carolina 23: Tua Tago­v­ailoa threw for a ca­reer-high 444 yards and tied his per­sonal best with five touch­downs to help Alabama open South­east­ern Con­fer­ence play with a road vic­tory. Coach Nick Sa­ban im­proved to 12-1 at Alabama in SEC open­ers and wiped away some bad mem­o­ries of his last visit to Wil­liams-Brice Sta­dium nine years ago.

No. 3 Ge­or­gia 55, Arkansas State 0: Jake Fromm threw for 279 yards and three touch­downs be­fore tak­ing the rest of the day off and Ge­or­gia’s de­fense turned in a dom­i­nat­ing per­for­mance at home. The Bull­dogs (3-0) took con­trol as soon as they got their hands on the ball. They scored on six of seven pos­ses­sions in the first half, build­ing a 34-0 lead.

No. 6 Ohio State 51, In­di­ana 10: J.K. Dob­bins ran for 193 yards and scored twice while Justin Fields threw three touch­down passes to lead Ohio State to a road win. The Buck­eyes (3-0, 1-0 Big Ten) have won each of their first three games by at least 24 points.

No. 7 Notre Dame 66, New Mex­ico 14: Ian Book threw a ca­reer-high five touch­down passes and Notre Dame’s de­fense came up with three firsthalf in­ter­cep­tions in an easy win at home. The se­nior Book re­bounded from a lack­lus­ter open­ing per­for­mance in a 35-17 vic­tory at Louisville to com­plete 15 of 24 passes for 360 yards.

No. 11 Utah 31, Idaho State 0: Tyler Hunt­ley threw for 282 yards and three touch­downs and Zach Moss ran for 106 yards and an­other score in Utah’s home win.

No. 13 Penn State 17, Pitts­burgh 10: Jour­ney Brown ran for 109 yards and a touch­down for Penn State (3-0). Noah Cain’s 13-yard third-quar­ter sprint to the end zone gave Penn State the lead for good.

No. 17 UCF 45, Stan­ford 27: Fresh­man Dil­lon Gabriel threw for 347 yards and four touch­downs in his sec­ond col­lege start, lead­ing UCF to an easy home win. The Knights (3-0) scored on six of seven pos­ses­sions, build­ing a 31-point half­time lead.

Tem­ple 20, No. 21 Mary­land 17: Kenny Ye­boah put Tem­ple ahead on a one-handed touch­down catch late in the fourth quar­ter, and the Owls used two clutch stops at the goal line to pull off the up­set at home.


No. 20 Wash­ing­ton State 31, Hous­ton 24: An­thony Gor­don threw for 440 yards and three touch­downs for his third straight 400-yard game as No. 20 Wash­ing­ton State pulled away in the sec­ond half to get a 31-24 win over Hous­ton on Fri­day night.


Tem­ple tight end Kenny Ye­boah makes a touch­down catch dur­ing the sec­ond half of a game against Mary­land on Saturday.

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