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Marshall Lobbestael, Washington State, threw for career highs of 361 yards and five TDs in place of injured Jeff Tuel in the Cougars’ 59-7 win over UNLV.

Paul Richardson, Colorado, caught 11 passes for a school-record 284 yards in the Buffaloes’ 36-33 loss to California.

Andrew Luck, Stanford, matched a career high with four TD passes and threw for 290 yards in the No. 6 Cardinal’s 44-14 rout over Duke.

Keith Price, Washington, connected on his first eight passes en route to a career-high 315 yards and four touchdowns, helping the Huskies hold off Hawaii’s late rally for a 40-32 win.

Darron Thomas, Oregon, matched a school record with six touchdown passes to help the No. 13 Ducks bounce back from its season-opening loss to beat Nevada 69-20.

Tyler Bray, Tennessee, threw for a career-high 405 yards, passed for four touchdowns and ran for a fifth score as the Vols cruised to a 45-23 win over Cincinnati.

Geno Smith, West Virginia, threw for 371 yards and four scores and the No. 19 Mountaineers overcame a rough start to beat Norfolk State 55-12.

Steele Jantz, Iowa State, had 279 yards passing and four TDs to lead the Cyclones to a 44-41 triple overtime win over rival Iowa.

Russell Wilson, Wisconsin, threw three TD passes and the No. 8 Badgers overcame a slow start from their running game to beat Oregon State 35-0.

EJ Manuel, Florida State, threw for a career-best 329 yards and four TDs as the No. 5 Seminoles defeated Charleston Southern 62-10.

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KILL HOSPITALIZED

New Minnesota head coach Jerry Kill is listed in stable condition at a Minnesota hospital after suffering a seizure late in the game against New Mexico State, the third time he’s had a seizure on game day.

Kill was taken from TCF Bank Stadium by ambulance Saturday night after collapsing on the sidelines with 20 seconds to go in the game, a frightening scene that silenced the stadium and had players and coaches from both teams kneeling on the field in prayer.

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