Duke quarterback Daniel Jones (17) passes as North Carolina's Tyler Powell (95) and Patrice Rene (5) pressure during the first half of an NCAA college football game in Durham, N.C., Saturday, Nov. 10, 2018. (AP Photo/Gerry Broome)


—Daniel Jones, Duke, accounted for 547 total yards and four TDs to help the Blue Devils beat rival North Carolina 42-35.

—Anthony Lawrence, San Diego, threw for 556 yards and a Pioneer League record-tying seven TDs in a 56-52 win over Davidson.

—Jordan Love, Utah State, threw for a career-high 491 yards and five TDs in just quarters, lifting the No. 14 Aggies to a 62-24 win over San Jose State.

—Collin Eaddy, Princeton, rushed for 266 yards and three TDs in a 59-46 win over Yale.

—Qadree Ollison, Pittsburgh, ran for 235 yards and three TDs in a 52-22 victory over Virginia Tech.

—Tucker Yinger, Dayton, rushed for 264 yards and scored four TDs in a 63-20 rout over Morehead State.

—Kyler Murray, Oklahoma, passed for 349 yards, ran for 66 and the No. 6 Sooners survived a late two-point conversion attempt to beat Oklahoma State 48-47.

—Taylor Cornelius, Oklahoma State, passed for a career-high 501 yards and three TDs in a 48-47 loss to Oklahoma.

—Darnell Mooney, Tulane, caught six passes for 217 yards and two TDs to help the Green Wave hold off East Carolina 24-18.

—Ra'Quanne Dickens, Incarnate Word, ran 35 times for 213 yards and three TDs in a 40-27 win over Central Arkansas.

—Eno Benjamin, Arizona State, ran a career-high 34 times for 182 yards and a score in the Sun Devils' 31-28 win over UCLA.

—Ben DiNucci, James Madison, threw for four TDs and ran for another in a 48-31 win over Rhode Island.

—Will Warner, Drake, had three interceptions in a 13-10 win over Marist.



Oklahoma escaped again.

And in what the Sooners call "Championship November," nothing is more important.

Kyler Murray passed for 349 yards and ran for 66 and No. 6 Oklahoma survived a late two-point conversion attempt to beat Oklahoma State 48-47. The Sooners continued their push for a Big 12 title and a spot in the College Football Playoff by winning their 15th consecutive November game dating to 2014.

It was another close call — the victory came a week after Oklahoma edged Texas Tech 51-46. The Sooners will take the shootouts as long as they keep getting the best of them.

Oklahoma nearly saw its chances of reaching its goals vanish. Oklahoma State's Taylor Cornelius connected with Tylan Wallace on a 24-yard touchdown pass to cut Oklahoma's lead to one with 1:03 to play. Oklahoma State went for two, but Cornelius threw short and into coverage, Oklahoma's Tre Brown got his hand on the ball and the pass fell incomplete.



17_Straight home wins by Tennessee over No. 12 Kentucky, dating to 1984.

54_Years since Princeton won nine straight games before this season.

804_Total yards by No. 14 Utah in a 62-24 win over San Jose State, becoming the 17th team in NCAA history to have at least 800 yards.

15,181_Career total yards by Samford's Devlin Hodges to break the Southern Conference record.



San Diego broke a slew of records — and needed every bit of it.

Anthony Lawrence threw for 556 yards and a record-tying seven touchdowns, Michael Bandy set a school record with 324 receiving yards, and San Diego rallied to beat Davidson 56-52 as the Wildcats set an FCS single-game rushing record of 789 yards.

Trailing 52-49 with 1:43 to play, Lawrence hit Bandy on a 20-yard pass for the go-ahead score and the Toreros stopped the Wildcats on downs to win their seventh straight conference game and the Pioneer League championship.

The teams combined for 1,477 yards of total offense, trailing the FCS record of 1,549, and four Davidson rushers had 100-plus yard games. Davidson's 789 total rushing yards is a new FCS record, topping Missouri State's 681 in 1988.

Bandy had four touchdown catches, including a 99-yarder, eclipsing Sam Hoekstra's single-game record of 246 receiving yards against Dayton in 2012. Lawrence tied the school record and conference record for most TD passes in a single game.


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