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No. 2 PSU rips Michigan, gets payback

(AP Photo/Chris Knight)

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) The whiteout at Penn State is one of the most mesmerizing scenes in college football. With more than 100,000 fans dressed in white, Beaver Stadium virtually glows as night falls in Happy Valley.

Penn State coach James Franklin tells his players to drink in the spectacle when they take the field.

"Run out of that tunnel. Look around for 30 seconds and then don't ever look again and then get back to focusing on the game and controlling what we can control," Franklin said.


No. 13 Irish rout error-prone No. 11 USC

SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) Coach Brian Kelly expected 13th-ranked Notre Dame to win big against No. 11 Southern California. He even wrote it down on a piece of paper in the locker room before the game.

"I said if we didn't win really big, I would be disappointed," he said.


No. 1 Tide dominates reeling Tennessee

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) Alabama went into halftime up by three touchdowns and not particularly happy.

The top-ranked Crimson Tide was in a better mood after finishing off a 45-7 victory over Tennessee on Saturday, setting off the rivalry's traditional lighting of celebratory cigars throughout Bryant-Denny Stadium.


Hill's 5 TDs help No. 4 TCU crush Kansas

FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) TCU's KaVontae Turpin went backward to set up a dazzling 90-yard punt return for a touchdown.

The Kansas offense just mostly went backward.


Taylor tops 1,000 yards, Badgers now 7-0

MADISON, Wis. (AP) Jonathan Taylor came to Wisconsin prepared for a heavy workload, even if he was buried deep on the depth chart when training camp opened.

How things have changed in three months at Camp Randall Stadium.


Miami holds off Orange, win streak at 11

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. (AP) By Miami's new standards, this game was decided early.

That means with a couple minutes to spare.


No. 9 Sooners edge K-State on late TD

MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) Oklahoma has made a habit of squandering early leads much of this season.

The Sooners went the other way Saturday night.


Ole Miss QB Patterson out for season

OXFORD, Miss. (AP) Mississippi quarterback Shea Patterson will miss the rest of the season with a knee injury.

The school announced on Sunday that an MRI revealed a torn posterior cruciate ligament in Patterson's right knee. The sophomore appeared to suffer the injury during the second quarter of the Rebels' 40-24 loss to No. 24 LSU on Saturday night.


No. 10 Oklahoma St. survives Texas in OT

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) During his 13 seasons as Oklahoma State football coach, Mike Gundy has built a reputation for producing dynamic offenses and less than impressive defenses.

On Saturday, the Cowboys leaned on their defense.


No. 23 WVU withstands Baylor's upset bid

WACO, Texas (AP) Nobody has to tell West Virginia coach Dana Holgerson that Baylor can put up points in a hurry. The Mountaineers gave up 62 and 73 points in their first two trips to Waco.

But Holgerson didn't expect his team would need to stop a two-point conversion and recover an onside kick to win after carrying a 25-point lead into the fourth quarter all while facing a freshman quarterback.

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