- Associated Press - Saturday, September 26, 2015


-Leonard Fournette, LSU, ran for a career-high 244 yards and two TDs to help No. 8 LSU hold off Syracuse 34-24.

-Nick Chubb, Georgia, ran for 131 yards and two TDs and also caught a TD pass as the No. 7 Bulldogs beat Southern 48-6.

-Seth Russell, Baylor, matched a school record with six TD passes and threw for 277 yards in the No. 5 Bears’ 70-17 rout over Rice.

-Brandon Doughty, Western Kentucky, threw for 457 yards and six TDs in a 56-14 win over Miami (Ohio).

-Jared Goff, California, threw for 342 yards and a pair of TDs, and the Bears held off Washington’s second-half rally for a 30-24 victory.

-Keenan Reynolds, Navy, ran for 142 yards and three TDs and threw for another score in a 28-18 win over UConn.

-Jordan Canzeri, Iowa, tied a school record with four TDs in a 62-16 win North Texas.

-Dakota Prukop, Montana State, threw for 399 yards and three TDs to help the Bobcats beat Cal Poly 45-28.

-Connor Kacsor, Dayton, ran for 229 yards and three TDs in a 31-27 win over Kennesaw State.

-Ellis Richardson, Alabama State, rushed for three TDs and passed for two more in a 45-15 victory over Mississippi Valley State.



Aaron Green made it sound so simple. He was just following the ball as he had been told.

He ended up in perfect position, too, catching a tipped pass in the back of the end zone with 23 seconds left to give the No. 3 Horned Frogs a 55-52 victory over Texas Tech.

On fourth-and-goal from the 4 in the Big 12 opener for both teams, Trevone Boykin’s pass was high to Doctson, but he got a hand on it and Green grabbed the ball as he fell out of the end zone. A video review confirmed Green had control of the ball and got a foot in bounds.

Boykin threw four touchdown passes and finished with a career-high 509 yards for TCU (4-0, 1-0). He completed 34 of 54 passes and ran for 42 yards on 14 carries.



Seth Russell and the No. 5 Baylor Bears have their edge back, just in time for the two-time Big 12 champions to start conference play.

Russell matched a school record with six touchdown passes, three of his five in the first half to Corey Coleman, and the Bears wrapped up their non-conference schedule with a 70-17 romp over Rice.

The Bears (3-0) extended the nation’s longest home winning streak to 18 games, including the first eight at their campus stadium in the Brazos River. They were coming off a bye following sluggish starts in victories against SMU, a one-win team last year, and lower-division Lamar.

Russell threw for 277 yards and Shock Linwood ran for 158 with a touchdown as the Bears rolled up more than 700 yards for the third straight game - a season-high 793 this time.

The national leader in yards and points per game coming in, Baylor scored at least 70 for the sixth time since 2013 and reached 60 for the 15th time in five seasons - six more than any other FBS school.



Ohio State coach Urban Meyer said this week that Cardale Jones was his starter despite two subpar performances that led to the quarterback’s benching against Northern Illinois on Sept. 16.

Jones came through with an effective, although sometimes erratic, performance in throwing two touchdown passes and leading No. 1 Ohio State to a 38-12 victory over Western Michigan

Jones was 19 of 33 for 288 yards, but hit only 6 of 14 in the second half when he threw his only interception. J.T. Barrett, who replaced Jones against Northern Illinois, came on in the final 6:34 and threw an interception on his first drive.

Jones started strong for the Buckeyes (4-0), who won their 17th straight game. He threw a 38-yard TD pass to Michael Thomas on the Buckeyes’ first series and added a 37-yard scoring pass to Jalin Marshall early in the second.



11_Career games with at least three touchdowns for Louisiana Tech’s Kenneth Dixon, matching Montee Ball’s NCAA record.

13_Years since Iowa topped 60 points before beating North Texas 62-16.

92_Total yards allowed by No. 12 Alabama in a 34-0 rout over Louisiana-Monroe.


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