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Ducks WR throws reverse pass for TD

Bralon Addison might get a shot at QB after the WR threw a rainbow TD pass to Charles Nelson for 39 yards to help tie the game at 14 midway through the 2nd quarter on ESPN, WatchESPN.


GameDay's Best Signs

The rain and the mud didn't slow fans down from making a party out of Clemson's fourth time hosting College GameDay. Our favorites


Greg Ostendorf ESPN Staff Writer 

Jim McElwain on Florida's win over Ole Miss: "Man, what a great win for the Gators. That stadium was something special and you know, for a kid from Montana, I just got to tell you, that was pretty cool."

Arizona State stuns UCLA

No. 7 UCLA got its first loss of the season in a 38-23 loss at home to Arizona State (now 3-2 on the year).


Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Overlooked amid the big Power 5 games was UNLV's win at Nevada. Big step for Tony Sanchez in Year 1 to reclaim the Fremont Cannon and snap 9-game road losing streak. UNLV played a brutal September schedule but it could pay off in Mountain West play. Rebels are strong on defense, create a ton of turnovers.

Cardinal pile it on the Wildcats

Thanks to this touchdown pass from Kevin Hogan, Stanford is rolling vs. Arizona and leads 27-3 with less than 2 minutes left in the first half.


Dabo Swinney: Bring your own guts

Dabo Swinney was passionate following Clemson's 24-22 win vs. No. 6 Notre Dame, saying he told his team: "I can't give you guts and I can't give you heart. Tonight it was B.Y.O.G. 'Bring your own guts' and they brought some guts and some heart and they never quit until the last play."


A 2-point conversion that sunk Notre Dame

Down two with 7 seconds left, the Fighting Irish couldn't get the two-point try against Clemson, and it was what clinched the 24-22 upset of the No. 6 team in the nation.


Texas A&M remains undefeated

QB Kyle Allen threw for 322 yards and two touchdowns to lead No. 14 Texas A&M past No. 21 Mississippi State 30-17.


Fighting Irish score with seconds left

DeShone Kizer hit WR Torii Hunter Jr. in the corner of the end zone to give the Fighting Irish a chance to tie the game vs. Clemson, but they failed on the 2-point conversion to lose 24-22.


Serviceman surprises family in Gainesville

A serviceman surprised his family ahead of the Florida-Ole Miss game. Their reaction was priceless.


Ref, DB in collision with a surprise ending

Utah State CB Jalen Davis was going for an interception when he collided with the back judge -- but it was the referee who walked away seemingly unharmed.


Notre Dame fumbles near goal line

Turnovers have crippled Notre Dame the entire night and with this fumble by Chris Brown inside the 5-yard line, that makes 4 for the Fighting Irish. Clemson lead 24-16 with under 2 minutes on ABC, WatchESPN


Oregon gets first score

Royce Freeman went 29 yards for the score, and Oregon has a 7-0 lead over Colorado on ESPN, WatchESPN.


Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Texas A&M improves to 5-0 with a 30-17 win over Mississippi State. The Aggies' strong start gave them enough cushion to weather a hit-and-miss second half. The two turnovers on the Bulldogs' first two second half drives were huge. It's the second conference loss for the Dawgs, while the Aggies emerge from this weekend in good position in the SEC.

Great TD catch extends Boise State lead

Boise State is putting it on Hawaii early and now lead 21-0 early in the 2nd quarter on ESPN2 after this beautiful throw and catch from Brett Rypien to Thomas Sperbeck.


Hogs grab first SEC win

Despite giving up an opening kick return for a touchdown, Arkansas held off Tennessee to get the Razorbacks’ first SEC win of the season.


'Coach' Emmitt Smith has words with ref

Former Florida RB Emmitt Smith was in Gainesville to watch his Gators and quickly turned from being a spectator to acting like the head coach after an official called a catch interference penalty.


Watch: Oregon vs. Colorado

Oregon is playing its first game ranked outside of the AP poll since Week 4 of the 2009 season after last week's thrashing vs. Utah, but have won five consecutive games against Colorado. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

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Legally blind player plays in a D-I game

Tulane long snapper Aaron Golub became the first legally blind person to play in a D-I game when he snapped on an extra point after the Green Wave’s final touchdown in a 45-31 victory over Central Florida.


Irish still fighting vs. Clemson

DeShone Kizer continues to carry Notre Dame back into the ball game with a 3-yard plunge to bring the game back to within a score. Clemson still leads 24-16 with 9:03 left in the 4th quarter on ABC, WatchESPN.


Stanford extend early lead vs. Arizona

Christian McCaffrey plunged in from 4 yards out to help give Stanford a 14-0 lead vs. Arizona. The Cardinal RB has 79 yards on 10 carries already in the first quarter.


Wildcats send game to overtime

Kentucky sends the game to overtime with this last-minute catch from Dorian Baker vs. Eastern Kentucky. The game is on SEC Network.


Prosise tip toes the sideline for TD

Notre Dame caught the Clemson defense off guard, and DeShone Kizer made it pay with a 56-yard TD pass to C.J. Prosise. The Fighting Irish failed to covert the two-point conversion and trail 21-9 with 14:13 left in the fourth (on ABC).