College football top 25: Sept.14
(1) Alabama 49, (6) Texas A&M 42
Alabama WR Kevin Norwood (83) made an amazing touchdown catch in the first quarter to get Alabama rolling along. Bama QB A.J. McCarron tallied 334 yards and four touchdowns.
(2) Oregon 59, Tennessee 14
Oregon QB Marcus Mariota continued his early case for the Heisman as he racked up 456 yards and four touchdowns through the air and added another touchdown on the ground.
(4) Ohio State 52, California 34
Buckeyes running back Jordan Hall dominated California on the ground on his way to 168 yards and three touchdowns.
(5) Stanford 34, Army 20
Stanford QB Kevin Hogan found his team in an early 6-0 deficit and then answered back by firing two quick touchdowns in the end of the first quarter and the beginning of the second quarter. Hogan finished the day with 188 passing yards and three touchdowns.
(7) Louisville 27, Kentucky 13
Louisville QB Teddy Bridgewater (5) finished off Kentucky with an efficient day through the air with 250 yards and one touchdown.
(8) LSU 45, Kent State 13
LSU wide receiver Jarvis Landry (80) celebrates his touchdown reception with fullback J.C. Copeland (44) in the first half. Landry tacked on another touchdown during the contest.
(10) Florida State 62, Nevada
Florida State's Kelvin Benjamin cannot quite get his foot in-bounds while attempting to catch a pass from QB Jameis Winston. Benjamin finished the day with two catches for 37 yards.
(11) Michigan 28, Akron 24
Michigan QB Devin Gardner (98) once again showed off his ability to be a dual-threat weapon as he racked up 248 yards through the air and 103 yards on the ground. The Wolverines were down late in the game, but managed to score a late touchdown to pull off the win.
(12) Oklahoma State 59, Lamar 3
Oklahoma State running back Jeremy Smith (31) jumps for a touchdown over the back of lineman Calvin Barnett. Smith finished the day with three rushing touchdowns.
(13) South Carolina 35, Vanderbilt 25
South Carolina QB Connor Shaw (14) led the Gamecocks to a ten point victory over Vanderbilt with 284 yards and three touchdowns in the air. Shaw also added 84 yards on the ground.
(14) Oklahoma 51, Tulsa 20
Oklahoma WR Sterling Shepard (3) was glad to see QB Blake Bell line up under center as he reeled in eight catches for 123 yards and two touchdowns.
(16) UCLA 41, (23) Nebraska 21
UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley (17) pays homage to teammate Nick Pasquale (36), who was killed earlier in the week, after UCLA beat Nebraska
(17) Northwestern 38, Western Michigan 17
Northwestern's Treyvon Green (22) celebrates his touchdown against Western Michigan with teammates Ian Park (63) Dan Vitale (40) and Geoff Mogus (53)during the fourth quarter.
(19) Washington 34, Illinois 24
Washington RB Bishop Sankey ran all over Illinois on his way to 208 yards and a touchdown.
Arizona State 32, (20) Wisconsin 30
Arizona State's Marion Grice, right, celebrates a touchdown against Wisconsin as teammate Jaelen Strong (21) comes in to celebrate as well in the second half.
(21) Notre Dame 31, Purdue 24
Notre Dame WR DaVaris Daniels goes up for a touchdown in the fourth quarter to help the Irish defeat the Boilermakers. Daniels compiled 167 yards on eight catches and tacked on two touchdowns.
(25) Ole Miss 44, Texas 23
Texas RB Johnathan Gray was the lone bright spot for Texas in their blowout loss to Ole Miss. Gray finished the day with 91 yards and a touchdown.