Ok­la­homa stops 2-point try, tops Ok­la­homa State

The Tribune (SLO) (Sunday) - - College Football -

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 touch­down 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 TDs 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 alive with a win over Rutgers. No. 5 Ge­or­gia 27, Auburn 10: Jake Fromm threw a pair of TD 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 TD 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 eighth-ranked Ohio State even­tu­ally pulled away for a road vic­tory 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. 10 Wash­ing­ton State 31, Colorado 7: Gard­ner Min­shew II over­came a slow start to lead No. 10 Wash­ing­ton State past fad­ing Colorado at Boul- der.

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 cor­ner­back Tre Brown knocks away a go-ahead two-point con­ver­sion in­tended for Ok­la­homa State wide re­ceiver Ty­lan Wal­lace.

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