—Tua Tagovailoa, Alabama, threw for 306 yards and had TD passes to four receivers in little over a half, leading the top-ranked Crimson Tide to a 58-21 victory over Tennessee.
—Alan Bowman, Texas Tech, threw for 408 yards and three TDs in his first game since suffering a partially collapsed lung three weeks ago, helping the Red Raiders beat Kansas 48-16.
—Drew Lock, Missouri, threw for 350 yards and four TDs on 23-for-29 passing to help the Tigers defeat Memphis 65-33.
—Johnny Ford, South Florida, rushed for 164 yards and three TDs to help the Bulls remain unbeaten with a 38-30 victory over Connecticut.
—Benny Snell Jr., Kentucky, rushed for 169 yards, including the go-ahead 7-yard run with 8:04 remaining, helping the No. 14 Wildcats beat Vanderbilt 14-7.
—Tyler Huntley, Utah, threw for 341 yards and four TDs to lead the Utes to a 41-28 victory over Southern Cal
—D'Eriq King, Houston. threw for 413 yards and accounted for four TDs in a 49-36 victory over Navy.
—Jake Maier, UC Davis, threw for five TDs in a 52-10 win over Cal Poly.
—Austin Day, Marist, threw for a school-record 440 yards and five TDs in a 48-41 win over Davidson.
—Patrick Laird, California, ran for 193 yards and two TDs, and also caught a scoring pass in the Bears' 49-7 victory at Oregon State.
—Lawson Page, Morehead State, passed for a season-high 352 yards and accounted for three TDs in a 31-24 win over Valparaiso.
D.J. Knox rushed for 128 yards and three touchdowns, David Blough threw for three more scores and Purdue shook up the College Football Playoff chase with a 49-20 blowout of No. 2 Ohio State.
The Boilermakers won their fourth straight overall, their second in a row over a ranked team and pulled off their biggest upset since taking down then-No. 2 Ohio State 28-23 on Oct. 6, 1984. Purdue also set a school record for points scored against the Buckeyes, besting the previous mark of 41 in 1967.
Mistake-prone Ohio State had its 12-game winning streak snapped, fell out of the Big Ten East lead behind rival Michigan and now must fight away its way back into playoff position.
Blough outplayed Heisman Trophy candidate Dwayne Haskins Jr. on a night the Buckeyes didn't reach the end zone until early in the fourth quarter.
RIVALRY HEATS UP
Michigan had plenty of reasons to be motivated to beat Michigan State, barely defeating its in-state rival over the last decade and losing to every ranked team on the road for a dozen years.
The Wolverines, though, were even more fired up to win after a pregame spat with the Spartans.
Shea Patterson threw two touchdown passes and No. 6 Michigan earned a desperately needed 21-7 win over No. 24 Michigan State, snapping a streak of 17 consecutive losses to ranked teams on the road.
The Wolverines had lost eight of 10 against coach Mark Dantonio's Spartans and those setbacks have led to them not winning a Big Ten title since 2004.
The matchup is always highly charged and kicked up a notch well before kickoff, when Michigan State's team walked from one end zone to the other with their arms locked and made contact with Wolverines players stretching.
Michigan linebacker Devin Bush later scraped his cleats across the Spartans' white logo at midfield.
ANOTHER TIDE ROUT
Alabama continued its season-long penchant for fast starts and quickly finished off Tennessee.
Tua Tagovailoa threw touchdown passes to four receivers and the top-ranked Crimson Tide reached the end zone on their first four possessions, trouncing the Volunteers 58-21 for their 12th straight victory in this annual series.
Alabama outscored Tennessee 28-0 and outgained the Volunteers 217-6 in the opening period. Alabama has outscored opponents 165-31, and Tennessee has been outscored 69-16 in first quarters this season.
Alabama posted the highest point total by a visiting team in the history of Neyland Stadium, which opened in 1921. Alabama is scoring 54.1 points per game and entered the weekend leading all Football Bowl Subdivision teams in that category.
RECORD LOSING STREAK
Earlham of Indiana set a Division III record for consecutive losses with 51 with a 64-20 loss to Franklin. Earlham broke the 38-year record set by Macalester College of Minnesota. Earlham (0-8) has a week off before hosting winless Defiance (0-7), losers of 10 straight, on Nov. 3. Earlham is far from the NCAA record held by Prairie View with 80 straight Division I-AA losses from 1989-98.
7_Straight games Houston has scored at least 40 points, matching the school record set in 2011.
43_Straight losses in true Big 12 road games by Kansas, dating to a 35-33 win at Iowa State on Oct. 4, 2008.
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