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Top play in college football: Texas A&M dominates Miami, USC wins

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3rd week college football The season is in the book, No. 6 oklahoma sooners started the day with a crushing victory over Nebraska Cornhuskers.

Elsewhere, No. 17 Baylor stifled Texas Tech with a massive scoring explosion. No. 12 BYU fell to No. 25 Oregon on FOX and No. 22 Pennsylvania defeated Auburn.

3rd place Ohio State then defeated Toledo. No. 13 Miami (Florida) played against No. 24 Texas A&M at College Station. To wrap things up, Fresno State lost on the road to No. 7 USC.

Here are the top plays from Saturday’s Week 3:

No. 7 USC 45, Fresno 17

USC strikes first

Caleb Williams hit Jordan Addison for a touchdown on the first possession of the game.

don’t get too comfortable

The Bulldogs managed to get within two possessions following an impressive run by Eric Brooks.

don’t say dye

Running back Travis Dye pushed his way through a mob of Bulldog defenders into the end zone to put USC up 35-17.

No. 24 Texas A&M 17, No. 13 Miami (FL) 9

Texas A&M finds the end zone first

The Aggies took advantage of a muff punt by Miami as LJ Johnson ran for a 1-yard touchdown. They will hold on to win low scoring cases.

Washington 39, No. 11 Michigan 28

Washington takes an early lead

The Huskies scored on the first possession of the game as Michael Pennix connected with Jalyn Polk.

Washington takes command

The Huskies found the end zone for the third time when the Pennix hit Wayne Taulapapa for a 19-yard score. Washington missed the extra point.

sparta is still fighting

Michigan Rounds Out FourthA quarter touchdown drive was finished by Elijah Collins. The Spartans fumbled on his two-point conversion attempt.

take the field!

Despite a Spartan comeback attempt, Washington’s lead was too great to overcome. Fans were understandably hyped to celebrate.

No. 25 Oregon 41, No. 12 BYU 20

leave it to me

Oregon’s attack began in a rushing wave to open the case. Bonix kept it up with a 2-yard skipper to close out his four-play, 64-yard drive of the Ducks opening his score.

let me see

BYU got on the board as QB Jalen Hall faked left, faked right, and found TD tight end Isaac Rex.

What a grab!

Just throw the ball near Troy Franklin. he goes up and gets it. Franklin’s big 50-yard catch from the Knicks set him up on his QB dive of two yards and put Oregon ahead 17–7.

I am in a rout

Fresh off a touchdown to start the second half, Oregon found the end zone again on their next possession. The Knicks connected with Ferguson on his 9-yard pass score to give the Ducks his commanding 38-7 lead.

No. 22 Pennsylvania 41, Auburn 12

Lots of fireworks!

Penn State QB Shawn Clifford is about to think twice about running after a big hit from Auburn’s Owen Papaw.

fickle season

Freshman Kaytron Allen made a nifty cutback at the goal line to step into the end zone unharmed and record the first TD of his college career. This play limited his 11-play, 68-yard drive and helped Nittany his Lions to take his 14–6 lead at halftime.

Nicholas Singleton do it yourself

The Nittany Lions gave Singleton the ball three times, making it a three-play scoring drive. Singleton started the drive with a 53-yard run, then struck a 1-yard score.

6. Oklahoma 49, Nebraska 14

Dillon Gabriel show off the wheel

Nebraska struck first, but it didn’t take long for the Sooners to quickly counterattack. Gabriel stepped into his pocket, stored it in himself, and carried it 61 yards home.


It’s not the traditional way to watch a team score a touchdown, but Oklahoma itself throws an extraordinary party on the streets. Gabriel screened his pass to tight end Brayden his Willis, who threw his perfect 24-yard strike wide.Open the score’s Marcus measure.

No. 17 Baylor 42, Texas 7

Right above the gut!

Baylor ran back Richard Reese, took the handoff and went straight up, leaving the 14-yard score untouched to give the Bears an early 7–0 lead.

Tightrope walking

Baylor doubled their lead early in the second quarter, with Craig Williams taking the handoff and turning on the Jets to get the score 30 yards. Williams made an impressive down keeping the inbounds as his run gave the Bears his 14-0 lead.

put the bow on it

Reese was the star of Saturday’s show, and he capped off a great day with two 6-man rampages. Reese finished the game with 156 yards on 19 carries (8.2 yards per carry) and 3 scores on the ground.

best of the rest

It was a beautiful scene at Notre Dame Stadium before the team played Cal.

Former Notre Dame linebacker Manti Teo was very emotional as he was honored pre-game during his pre-game presentation to the color guards.

Theo addressed the home crowd before kickoff. He received a standing ovation from his Irish fans.

Hollywood Swingin’

Jackson State is ready to start the season, and Shane “Hollywood” Fuchs said “Keep the cameras on” against Grambling State in this acrobatic one-handed grab.

Army rally!

Indiana’s odds of winning this football game were incredibly low.

However, a clutch turnover, a late score and an astounding 2-point conversion pushed the game into OT, where the team won with strong plays from both sets.

Knock down the house!

Syracuse maintained their undefeated record in the final seconds, going 3-0 against Purdue for the first time since 2018. Garrett Schrader and Oron de Gadsden II made heroic hookups with seven seconds remaining to finish 25. Completed and pushed a back shoulder fade for yards.Syracuse won 32-29.

Do you believe in miracles! ?

Trailing 28-26 with 0:02 remaining, Appalachian State QB Chase Bryce stepped back and put up a Hail Mary pass.

Chase Bryce, Christian Horn win with Hail Mary pass.

Appalachian State QB Chase Bryce threw a 53-yard Hail Mary pass to Christian Horn for the winning touchdown.

No. 3 Ohio 77, Toledo 21

touchdown, buckeyes

The Buckeyes continue their electric passing game with a light touchdown pass from CJ Stroud by Julian Fleming.

stay there toledo

DeQuan Finn ran for a 23-yard score to cut Ohio State’s lead to 14.

Ohio gets seventh TD

The Buckeyes took advantage of a Ronnie Hickman interception when Mitch Rossi ran for a goalline touchdown.

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