6th week college football The season is in full swing. We have you covered from start to finish.
On day one, No. 4 Michigan outdid Indiana, No. 17 TCU overtook No. 19 Kansas, and No. 8 Tennessee overtook No. 25 LSU. Elsewhere, one of his biggest rivals in college football, Red River, his showdown turned ugly as Texas went on the road and dominated Oklahoma.
In the afternoon, No. 11 Utah fell to No. 18 UCLA while No. 7 Oklahoma State narrowly escaped Texas Tech.
Finally, No. 6 USC will host Washington State in Los Angeles on FOX.
Here are the top plays from Saturday’s Week 6:
Washington State vs. No. 6 USC
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No. 18 UCLA 42, No. 11 Utah 32
Bruins QB Dorian Thompson-Robinson sneaked into the end zone to give UCLA a 7-0 lead over Utah.
Dorian Thompson Robinson heads to Pylon for opening score
Dorian Thompson Robinson opens the scoring between UCLA and Utah.
After scoring on the ground, Thompson Robinson threw a 7-yard touchdown to Jake Bobo to extend the Bruins’ lead.
Jake Bobo scores a touchdown to boost UCLA’s lead to 14-3
QB Dorian Thompson-Robinson finds Jake Bobo for a 7-yard touchdown.
Utah came into action just before the break, making it a four-point game at the end of the first half.
Tavion Thomas’ touchdown run makes an 8-play, 84-yard drive
Utah Utes RB Tavion Thomas’ touchdown run cut the UCLA Bruins lead to 14-10 on an 8-play, 84-yard drive.
Thompson-Robinson threw his third touchdown of the day to keep the Bruins in the lead…
Dorian Thompson Robinson Delivers Strike to Cam Brown on Slant Route
Dorian Thompson Robinson hit Cam Brown to push UCLA’s lead to two.
…but Utah was never far behind. His QB Cameron Rising of the Utes found himself in the end his zone late in the third quarter, and then one possession after a successful two-point conversion put him in the game.
Cameron Rising cuts Utah deficit to 3 points
Utah QB Cameron Rising brought the QB keeper into the endzone and converted a 2-point conversion to cut the deficit to 3 vs UCLA.
Three more touchdowns were scored on the next three consecutive drives, but things changed when Utah fumbled the ball early in the fourth quarter. UCLA got the ball back and scored to take a double-digit lead. Just like that, the Bruins were able to pull off a win at home.
UCLA picked up the loose ball and won 42-25.
The Bruins picked up the loose ball and dropped it to the 1-yard line, where Zach Charbonnet ran the ball to start the game.
7. Oklahoma 41, Texas Tech 31
Texas Tech got off to a great start when QB Baeren Morton connected with wideout Jerando Bradley for a 27-yard touchdown strike on the Red Raiders’ opening drive.
Texas Tech takes a 7-0 lead after Behren Morton finds Jerand Bradley on a 27-yard TD
The Texas Tech Red Raiders took a 7-0 lead after Behren Morton connected with Jerand Bradley on a 27-yard TD pass.
The Cowboys were able to tie things up on their next drive thanks to QB Spencer Sanders’ 32-yard score.
Spencer Sanders connects with Bryson Green on a 32-yard TD
Oklahoma State is tied with Texas Tech after a 32-yard TD from Bryson Green.
Oklahoma State led 14–7 after Sanders ran for a 14-yard score late in the first quarter.
Spencer Sanders takes 14 yards home
Oklahoma State led 14-7 after Spencer Sanders’ 14-yard rushing score.
neck and neck
The Red Raiders started the second quarter the same way they started the game.
Just like that, Texas Tech was back in the driver’s seat 21-17.
QB Bahren Morton hits Xavier White with a 5-yard TD
Texas Tech leads Oklahoma State 21-17 thanks to Xavier White.
Do not stop
Both teams continued to fight in the second half. His SaRodorick Thompson of Texas Tech gave the Red Raiders a temporary lead in the third quarter as he threw his one.
Oklahoma State before scoring 18 unanswered points to secure the win at 41-31.
Sarodric Thompson finds hole in defense for 2-yard score
SaRodorick Thompson’s brilliant footwork gave Texas Tech a 31-23 lead.
4th Michigan 31, Indiana 10
Michigan star running back Blake Colm broke a tackle and juked an Indiana defender to push the Wolverines to the 1-yard line. One play later, Corum finished the job leading his team 7–0.
Blake Colm runs in for a 1-yard touchdown
Blake Colm’s 1-yard score puts Michigan ahead 7-0 over Indiana.
The Hoosiers moved methodically down the field before Josh Henderson tied things up with an 11-yard score.
Conor Bazerac connects with Josh Henderson on 11-yard TD
Conor Bazerac made a stunning 11-yard TD pass to Josh Henderson.
Michigan looked poised to take a 13-10 lead, but the Wolverines’ chip shot Field goal attempt blocked to keep the scores even. Michigan then returned the favor to keep the game tied before the break.
Wolverines take the lead
After being strangled for much of the game, Michigan led 17–10 when JJ McCarthy connected with Cornelius Johnson on a 29-yard touchdown pass. The play capped off a 98-yard drive for the Wolverines.
JJ McCarthy connects with Cornelius Johnson for 29-yard TD
JJ McCarthy found Cornelius Johnson dropped to the sideline for a 29-yard touchdown, and Michigan took a 17-10 lead over Indiana in the third quarter.
After two impressive catches early in the drive, Luke Schoonmaker put the Wolverines up 24–10 with a 9-yard touchdown grab. It was a lead that Michigan did not lose on its way to victory.
JJ McCarthy finds Luke Schuenmaker on 9-yard TD
Luke Schuenmaker extended Michigan’s lead with a 9-yard touchdown catch.
No. 17 TCU 38, No. 19 Kansas 31
Kansas were just yards away from a 7-3 lead, but Jaron Daniels lost the ball. when he tried to jump forward And TCU took control from the 1-yard line.
TCU drove all the way to the Kansas one-yard line. Unlike the Jayhawks, the Horned Frogs completed the drive when Kendre Miller hit his one on short with his score, giving TCU his 10–0 lead.
Kendre Miller Finds Hole in Game’s First TD
Kendre Miller leads the Kansas Jayhawks to TCU Horned Flodd.
Hawking the Horned Frog
Despite falling to the 10-point hole, the Jayhawks came back to tie the game at the top of the third quarter.
Backup Kansas QB Jason Bean throws TD to Mason Fairchild
Backup QB Jason Bean ends the opening drive of the second half against the TCU Horned Frogs with a TD pass to Mason Fairchild of the Kansas Jayhawks.
Jason Bean’s scramble helped Luke Grimm go wide open in the back of the end zone to not only score a touchdown grab, but also give the Jayhawks a 17-10 lead in the third quarter.
Luke Grimm finds himself wide open to TD
A touchdown by Luke Grimm gave Kansas a 17-10 lead over TCU.
Delius Davis tied things up by converting a screen pass from Max Duggan into a 51-yard touchdown.
Delius Davis ties TCU game 17-17
Delius Davis tiptoes to the sidelines and displays a burst of speed that tied the game with the Kansas Jayhawks of the TCU Horned Frogs 17-17 with a 51-yard touchdown.
Biehn threw his third touchdown of the game when he connected with Quentin Skinner in the back corner of the end zone to tie the game at 24.
Jason Bean throws third TD of the quarter
Kansas Jayhawks backup QB Jason Bean pitched his third TD of the quarter before Quentin Skinner tied it 24 vs the TCU Horned Frogs.
wild third quarter
Tay Barber leaped into the air and grabbed a touchdown off Duggan to give TCU the lead 31-24. Both teams scored 21 points in the third quarter after combining just 13 points in the first half.
Taye Barber Mosses scores Kansas DB with a stunning touchdown catch to put TCU up 31-24
Taye Barber Mosses mosses the Kansas Jayhawks DB with an incredible touchdown catch to put the TCU Horned Frogs up 31-24.
For some reason, Skinner was able to get his foot inbounds to complete the touchdown Game up at 31.
The Horned Frogs fought back shortly after the Jayhawks tied the game, with a touchdown pass from Duggan to Quentin Johnston to take a 38-31 lead.
Max Duggan fins Quentin Johnson in a perfect fade
Max Duggan finned Quentin Johnson with a perfect fade to regain the lead.
Texas 49, Oklahoma 0
Bijan Robinson put the Longhorns up 7-0 early in the Red River Showdown with this powerful touchdown rush.
Quinn Ewers will double
In his first game back from injury, the Texas QB already threw two touchdowns to give the Longhorns a 21-0 win at the first Red River Showdown.
Sooners Ugly Day
Oklahoma’s ruse attempt is back to hurt the Sooners. Eric Gray’s jumping execution of his pass resulted in a Longhorn interception.
bad things pile up
Ewers threw three touchdowns in the first half Giving Texas a 28-0 leadThe same was true for the second half. The showdown was anything but that on Saturday as the Longhorns pulled off an easy shutout.
No. 8 Tennessee 40, No. 25 LSU13
Sales and TD
LSU fumbled the opening kickoff, and Tennessee took advantage as Jabari Small hammered in a 1-yard score to make it 7–0.
Now on air!
Tennessee extended their lead to 20–0 when Hendon Hooker hit a 45-yard dime to Jarrin Hyatt.
LSU finally got on board Just before halftime, they cut Tennessee’s lead to 13, but it didn’t take long for the Vols to respond. spread to and won easily on the road.
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