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Wild Day in College Football with Some Impactful Results

It was a wild day of College Football. There were some big-time impactful scores regarding the national title picture. Take a look at some of the best games of the day.

Seminoles Stay Hot

One of the top games of the day went to overtime. The Atlantic Coast Conference saw two of their staples battle it out. Clemson made many mistakes, missed a late field goal, and fell at home to the Florida State Seminoles.

The loss for the Tigers dropped them to 2-2 on the season, while Florida State, who started the game ranked fourth in the country, is now 4-0. The Seminoles have wins against LSU and Clemson on their resume now.

Stunner in South Bend

The other top game of the day went to Ohio State in the final seconds of the game. The Buckeyes needed all 60:00, as they rushed into the end zone with 0:01 left to go ahead 17-14 over Notre Dame.

The Buckeyes led the game 10-0 before the Irish scored 14 straight points. The win was anchored by quarterback Kyle McCord and his game-winning drive. The Buckeyes are now 4-0 on the season.

Sticking in the Big Ten – one of the most impressive teams in Week 4 – the Penn State Nittany Lions. While Iowa is a team that struggles big time on offense, the Nittany Lions looked great in their 31-0 win.

The Nittany Lions continue to play excellent football and will have their first really big matchup on October 21st on the road at Ohio State. Penn State also has Michigan at home this season. The loss for Iowa was their first of the season.

The Alabama Crimson Tide picked up a home conference win. Lane Kiffin and his Ole Miss Rebels came into the game with a ton of confidence, but after scoring in the first quarter, the Rebels could not get back into the end zone.

The Crimson Tide trailed 7-6 at halftime but scored 18 of the final 21 points for the 24-10 win. It was the first loss of the season for Ole Miss, who started the game 15th.

Ducks Take Care of Buffaloes

The Oregon Ducks made quite the statement at home. The Ducks were tired of hearing about Deion Sanders and his Colorado Buffaloes. The Ducks scored the first 42 points of the seas and even led 35-0 at halftime.

Oregon led the Buffaloes to do next to nothing all night, and the offense ran through Bo Nix and dominated. The loss was the first of the season, and they will host the USC Trojans next week.

Pac-12 Staying Solid

Staying in the Pac-12, Kyle Whittingham and his Utah Utes are once again one of the toughest teams to beat in College Football. The Utes held the UCLA Bruins to just seven points in the game.

The only points for the Bruins came in the final 3:30 minutes of the game. Utah’s offense only scored one touchdown as well, with the first one coming on an interception return for a touchdown. The Utes are now 4-0 on the season.

One more Pac-12 game saw the Washington State Cougars win at home over the Oregon State Beavers. Washington State came into the game as a small underdog.

The Cougars led 38-21 and held on despite giving up the final two touchdowns of the game. The loss was the first for the Beavers, who were 14th in the rankings coming into the game. Cameron Ward was solid in the win for Washington State with 28 of 34 passing, 404 yards, and four touchdowns.

There were no ranked teams that lost outside of those that were ranked and lost to another ranked team. Week 5 sees some pretty good games out of the Pac-12, as Utah is at Oregon State and USC at Colorado.

Other quality games in Week 5 feature Notre Dame at Duke, LSU at Ole Miss, and the top-ranked Georgia Bulldogs are on the road at the Auburn Tigers.

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