Oklahoma stops late 2-point try, tops Oklahoma St.
Kyler Murray passed for 349 yards and ran for 66 and No. 6 Oklahoma survived a late two-point conversion attempt to beat Oklahoma State 48-47 on Saturday.
Taylor Cornelius connected with Tylan Wallace on a 24-yard touchdown pass to cut Oklahoma’s lead to one with 1:03 to play. Oklahoma State went for two, but Cornelius threw short and into coverage, and the pass fell incomplete. Oklahoma recovered the onside kick and ran out the clock.
Kennedy Brooks ran for 165 yards and three touchdowns, Trey Sermon ran for 120 yards and two scores and Marquise Brown caught eight passes for 142 yards and a score for the Sooners (9-1, 6-1 Big 12, No. 6 CFP).
Cornelius passed for a career-high 501 yards and three touchdowns for the Cowboys (5-5, 2-5). Wallace caught 10 passes for 220 yards and two scores. Chuba Hubbard ran for 104 yards and three scores, but he lost a critical fumble in the fourth quarter.
No. 1 Alabama 24, No. 18 Mississippi State 0: Josh Jacobs ran for a touch- down and caught a scoring pass and Alabama had its second straight shutout in a home victory over Mississippi State. With quarterback Tua Tagovailoa still battling a gimpy right knee, the Crimson Tide (10-0, 7-0 Southeastern Conference, No. 1 CFP) turned to defense for another vintage performance. No. 3 Notre Dame 42, FSU 13: Dexter Williams ran for 202 yards and two touchdowns to lead Notre Dame to a home win over FSU.
No. 4 Michigan 42, Rutgers 7: Shea Patterson threw for 260 yards and three touchdowns, Karan Higdon ran for a pair of 1-yard scores and No. 4 Michigan kept its national championship hopes intact with a road win over Rutgers.
No. 5 Georgia 27, Auburn 10: Jake Fromm threw a pair of touchdown passes and D’Andre Swift ran for 186 yards and a touchdown as Georgia won at home.
No. 7 West Virginia 47, TCU 10: Will Grier threw three touchdown passes and West Virginia rolled to a home victory over TCU. No. 8 Ohio State 26, No. 24 Michigan State 6: Drue Chrisman kept Michigan State pinned back with a sensational second half of punting, and eighthranked Ohio State eventually pulled away for a roadvictory over the Spartans. No. 9 LSU 24, Arkansas 17: Justin Jefferson caught six passes for 117 yards and a touchdown as No. 9 LSU won on the road at Arkansas.
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. 14 Utah State 62, San Jose State 24: Jordan Love threw for 491 yards and five touchdowns as Utah State improved to 9-1 with a home rout of San Jose State.
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.
No. 23 Iowa State 28, Baylor 14: Brock Purdy threw for a touchdown and ran for another score, and No. 23 Iowa State topped Baylor at home.
No. 25 Cincinnati 35, South Florida 23: Michael Warren ran for 151 yards and three touchdowns as Cincinnati won at home against South Florida.
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.
Oklahoma running back Kennedy Brooks runs as Oklahoma State cornerback Rodarius Williams comes in for the tackle in the second half Saturday.