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Bobbling pass lands safe for Houston

It was almost intercepted, and it was almost incomplete, but this pass from Houston QB Greg Ward Jr. eventually stopped bobbling and found its way to Demarcus Ayers. Thanks to a touchdown later on this drive, Houston leads No. 15 Navy 13-7 on ABC/WatchESPN.


Kaaya to Scott as Miami scores again

Brad Kaaya found Rashawn Scott in the corner of the end zone for a 22-yard TD. Miami has increased its lead over Pitt to 17-0 on ESPN2.


Good news for injured Oklahoma players

Said coach Bob Stoops in a statement: "(QB) Baker Mayfield and (RB) Samaje Perine practiced all week and (RB) Joe Mixon has practiced every day since Wednesday. All three are expected to play tomorrow." All three players were injured in last week's game against TCU.

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Navy responds strongly to Houston's opening score with a 6-play, 76-yard drive of its own. Keenan Reynolds' 52-yard run on the first play got things started; Chris Swain's 4-yard run capped it off. The Midshipmen moved the ball with ease; Houston struggled to defend their triple option attack.

Burns grabs INT, leads to points for Miami

Pitt's Nathan Peterman sent a pass across the middle -- and into the waiting arms of Miami's Artie Burns. Miami would go on to score a field goal on the ensuing drive off the turnover. Miami leads Pitt 10-0 on ESPN2.


Swain's 4-yard run pulls Navy even

One little spin move later, and Chris Swain was in the end zone for No. 15 Navy, who is tied 7-7 with Houston. The game is on ABC/WatchESPN.


Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Houston with a textbook opening drive: 13 plays, 82 yards, 5:25 capped by a 5-yard TD pass from Greg Ward Jr. to Steven Dunbar. Ward, who is battling an ankle injury suffered vs. Memphis two weeks ago, moved around well and doesn't seem to be suffering too many ill effects from it. The Cougars attacked the perimeter with the pass; Ward was 8-of-10 on the drive.

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Greg Ward Jr. 8-of-10 passing, 81 yards on the opening drive. Moved around well, no apparent ill effects from the ankle.

A 'we can't believe he caught that' TD

Houston's impressive opening drive ended with an even more impressive touchdown after Steven Dunbar made sure to get a foot in the end zone. Houston is up over No. 15 Navy on ABC/WatchESPN.


Miami gets on the board first

It took the officials a few seconds to rule it good, but Brad Kaaya's 1-yard run withstood a review to give Miami its first touchdown of the game. Catch the game on ESPN2.


Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Houston CB Brandon Wilson, who also serves on kick returns, making his first start on offense at RB in place of injured Kenneth Farrow.

Matt Fortuna ESPN Staff Writer 

Miami enters Pitt today without sophomore WR Tyre Brady, who is suspended for a team rules violation. Brady has 9 catches this year for 112 yards and one TD. This is the third game this year that Brady has been suspended for, and the second in a row.

Western Michigan takes on (24) Toledo

Following Northern Illinois' loss to Ohio on Tuesday, Toledo can clinch the MAC West with a win over Western Michigan. If the Rockets lose today, though, NIU clinches the division thanks to the head-to-head tiebreaker. Follow live

Watch: (15) Navy vs. Houston

The winner of this game will clinch a spot in the American Athletic Conference championship game, representing the West Division. Navy is also looking for its 10th win of the season, which would tie the school record for most wins in a season. Live on ABC/WatchESPN

Watch: Miami (FL) vs. Pitt

Qadree Ollison is one of two FBS freshmen to rush for 1,000 yards this season. Pittsburgh is 8-0 this season when Ollison receives more than 12 carries in a game. Miami has allowed an ACC-worst 212.8 rushing yards per game this season. Live on ESPN2/WatchESPN

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Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Houston comes into this game with two banged up quarterbacks: starter Greg Ward Jr. and backup Kyle Postma. Ward (ankle) is warming up with the first team offense in pregame 7-on-7. Leading rusher Kenneth Farrow is not dressed out. It appears he won't play, which is a big blow for Houston's running game.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Rooting interest today for Notre Dame: Navy over Houston, TCU over Baylor, Nebraska over Iowa. Committee loves Navy, which is ND's best win to date. If Mids win today and Temple wins Saturday, ND will have wins against both teams in AAC title game. Baylor loss eliminates Bears from Big 12 title contention and the possibility of jumping ND for playoff spot. Iowa loss would make it tough for Hawkeyes to make Playoff even if they beat MSU/OSU/Mich in Big Ten title game.

ICYMI: Texas Tech gets tricky for TD

The Red Raiders lined up like they would kneel the ball and run out the clock against Texas. Instead, Jakeem Grant surprised everyone, took the ball and raced 40 yards for the score.


OTD: Cowboys lasso crazy interception

On this date in 2010, Oklahoma State's Brodrick Brown gave new meaning to the tip drill when he leaped out of bounds to deflect the ball back into play, where LB Shaun Lewis then completed the improbable interception.