The eighth week of college football The season started with a big win from second place Ohio State During Yeswhile number 5 Clemson Back to top number 14 Syracuse.
Later, No. 10 OregonI got the best number 9 University of CaliforniaAnd hit her enemy in the conference 45-30. No. 11 Oklahoma He came back from a 14-point deficit to cross the 20 . mark Texas41-34.
Currently, number 6 Alabama takes number 24 Mississippiin the long-awaited SEC clash while number 8 TCU host number 17 Kansas State.
Here are the top plays from Saturday’s week eight roster.
that was quick!
TCU QB Max Duggan Connected to the future Derius Daviswhich made the 65-yard landing reception look smooth.
Kansas State Receiver Cady Warner Climb over a TCU defender to not only catch the ball, but turn it into a touchdown until the end of the match.
Push it in
Will Howard He got some help from his Kansas State teammates to get into the finish zone and give the Wildcats a 14-10 lead.
Kansas is in decline dios phone He broke real fast to score a 48-yard touchdown to widen the difference to 28-10.
Kinder Miller Not only did he solidify his method of getting his first loss into fourth and one place finishes, he made it to the end zone to make it a four-point game.
before the bell
The action game worked well for the TCU. Dogan finds a good ending Jared Wiley Wide open in the end zone to trim Kansas State’s lead to 28-17 just before the break.
No. 24 Mississippi in No. 6 Alabama
The whole day
Bryce Young He was well protected by his offensive line, allowing him to move into the pocket for several seconds before finding an open receiver in the end zone to lift Crimson Tide 7-0 in the first quarter.
Jammer operates planes
Alabama RPG Jammer Gibbs The 19-yard touchdown track made it look easy, as he quickly zigzagged through the Mississippi State defense to reach the end zone untouched.
No. 10 Oregon 45, No. 9 UCLA 30
Oregon scored a field goal in his first possession, and in the second ball, Bo Knicks He started slicing the Bruins’ defense like pork chops. He routed the ducks 71 yards in 10 plays for the first TD of the day, with his hook Terrence Ferguson On a dime for the result. Oregon put in a 10-3 lead.
Bo Nix finds Terrance Ferguson for a 17-yard TD to give Oregon the lead
Bo Nix finds Terrance Ferguson for a 17-yard drop to give the Oregon Ducks a 10-3 lead over the UCLA Bruins.
University of California at Los Angeles Keegan Jones He got a resounding answer to the duck’s score, making a flat pass and hitting top speed on his way to a TD 36 yards tied in the game.
Keegan Jones turns on the boosters after a reception and takes 36 yards for a TD
Dorian Thompson-Robinson found Keegan Jones, who took her 36 yards out for a TD
The Knicks kept the ball rolling in the second quarter, beautifully claiming the ball Troy Franklin On the flight path to give the ducks a 17-10 lead.
Oregon takes the lead as Bo Nix reaches out to Troy Franklin for a 49-yard TD
Oregon Ducks took the lead after Bo Nix called Troy Franklin for a 49-yard touchdown against the UCLA Bruins.
Oregon went 54 yards in eight plays in the next drive to double his lead, 24-10.
right before half
The Ducks continued to score in the first half until the clock almost reached zero. The Knicks lunged in his pocket before firing a shot at Franklin in the end zone for third and goal. The score put Oregon ahead 31-13 before the break.
Run in the end zone
Cam McCormick He picked up a pass from the Knicks over the middle and lowered his body to lead him into the end zone to extend Oregon’s lead to 22.
IV and TD
In the fourth and fourth, Bucky Irving He found himself wide open, holding him flat before increasing speed to sprint all the way to the finish zone untouched. The score gave the ducks a 45-23 lead in fourth place.
Oregon Shut the door on any hopes that UC will return at any time Brian Addison I picked up Dorian Thompson Robinson In the end zone in the middle of the fourth quarter.
No. 11 Oklahoma State 41, No. 20 Texas 34
Texas Bijan Robinson He made a montage of broken tackles, and added to them in the first quarter for the Longhorns with a 42-yard TD scamper, good for one of his best runs of the season.
Xavier Worthy It was making waves for Texas all year long, and the big game unleashed a tsunami on OK. A state with a quick run after hunting for 14-10 Longhorns hike.
The Texas RP team walks back wide. Queen Ewers I found him right away, connecting with a short pass that landed Robinson 41 yards.
Texas intercepted Spencer Sanders He and Oklahoma State attempted to tie the game in the second quarter.
Works all the way
Rochon Johnson He added a fourth touchdown for the Longhorns just before the break when he ran for 52 yards.
After being late for much of the game, Oklahoma State tied things up in the early stages of the fourth quarter when Sanders threw a touchdown pass to Braillene Presley.
In the lead!
Bryson Green picked up Sanders’ pass over the middle and threw in several tackles before seeing anything but daylight to advance to score 41 yards that lifted Oklahoma State 41-34 in the closing minutes of the fourth quarter.
For the second consecutive tenure, Oklahoma State chose Ewers. The second time around, Ewers and Longhorns were leading the field in the last minute to try and equalise. But the Ewers pass bounced off the hands of the Texas future and landed Kendall Daniels hands instead.
It only took one play for Ohio State to seize the momentum of the game.
Oklahoma State Transfer Tanner McAllister jump in front of a Spencer Petras Throwing for easy fast food, giving his team possession on the Iowa side of the field. The Buckeyes tapped the TO with the 46-yard FG to move up 3-0.
Ohio State’s momentum immediately turned into a frenzy. After coming out with an INT in their first defensive play, the Buckeyes gave a defensive TD in the opening play of their second drive. Joe Evans They plowed through the OO line of the Buckeyes and hit CJ Stroud For a tape bag, pluck a loose football for 11 yards TD.
Joe Evans of Iowa recovers from confusion and runs it backwards for 11 yards
Joe Evans sacked CJ Stroud. Evans recovered the ball and put it back for 11 yards.
Bring it back!
Ohio State went 75 yards in 10 plays In the next registration campaign, which was heavily dependent on the running game. The team’s defense gave the opportunity to extend its lead halfway through the first, forcing Petras to give him another gift for the second time in the day.
that Failed fake gambling attempt From Iowa in her next drive to another Ohio State FG, giving her an advantage of 16-7.
1… 2… 3!
Three indicates the number of spins that hit Ohio from Iowa in the first half. Three: pick six of the big time Tommy Eichenberggiving the Buckeyes a 26-10 lead.
Ohio returns an interception to TD to extend its advance over Iowa
The Ohio State Buckeyes defense catches a handful of pickaxes to expand their lead over the Iowa Hawkeyes. Tommy Eichenberg got the score.
make a name for himself
Yet not one, but two more compelling Turns to start the second half, Stroud and Marvin Harrison Jr. Their defense activity rewarded another TD compass, marking the 10th of the season for Harrison Jr.
CJ Stroud calls Marvin Harrison Jr. for a 6-yard touchdown
CJ Stroud found Marvin Harrison Jr. in the end zone for a 6-yard touchdown.
Stroud completed A 13 yards scoring for Emeka Egbuka For his second TD throw of the day, giving the Buckeyes a 4-10 lead in the third set.
Julian Fleming His best MJ impersonations broke out as he celebrated the launch of a massive 79-yard TD early in the fourth.
CJ Stroud threw a DIME for Julian Fleming for 79 yards TD
CJ Stroud threw a DIME for Julian Fleming for a 79-yard TD while the Ohio State Buckeyes continued to pile on the Iowa Hawkeyes.
Pitch and catch was Stroud’s third TD, and he followed that up with another – this time a 3 yards to full back Mitch Rossi – To make it four.
No. 5 Clemson 27, No. 14 Syracuse 21
Syracuse Rp Sean Tucker opposite Clemson de KJ Henry – We think we know which man wins this foot race. And when played in real time, the former overtook the latter by short yards. TD tied things up at seven early.
scoop it up score it.
Syracuse’s defense was stubborn in the first half, and after amassing an international wits, kept the Tigers well away from the end zone in their next possession in immaculate fashion: with a choppy TD, good for 90 yards. Jihad Carter He was the man of the moment in the play.
one man band
Orange offense appeared in a big way again as the second quarter drew to a close, as the edifice crossed over a Garrett Schrader Jog to close eight play, drive 68 yards. The short term put Syracuse ahead 21-7.
Changing the guard?
Syracuse continued its dominance in the second half, exiting with takeaway #3 (recovery and feeling confused) and #4 (DJ Uiagalelei’s INT II). Dabo Swinney saw enough after the second selection, and carried Uiagalelei off the bench Kid Clubnik late third quarter.
The introduction of Klopnik brought about a decisive turn for Clemson. He directed the Tigers to push the dirt out 15 games, 80 yards for the first TD since the first drive, before Will Shipley He went 50 yards to put the Tigers in front 24-21 early in the fourth.
Clemson added another FG to go up 27-21, and in Syracuse’s last drive, RG Mekins Hop in front of the ball to grab the wits of the game. The victory netted 38 consecutive home wins for the Tigers.
The Clemson Defense comes with a claw with a leak-proof interceptor
Clemson defense comes with the clutch with the game seal interception to remain undefeated
Best in comfort:
Indiana found the end zone the first time it touched football against Rutgers, like Jaylen Lucas It exploded after the Crimson Knights for a house call 93 yards.
Indiana opened the game with a massive 93-yard kick back shot by Jaylene Lucas
Indiana opened the game strong with a massive kick landing from 93 yards by Jaylene Lucas to lead 7-0.
LSU QB Jaden Daniels Scored five touchdowns to lead the Tigers to a 45-20 win by upset over No. 7 Ole Misswho was undefeated in Saturday’s match.
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