RENO, Nev. -- Luke Lippincott rushed for 149 yards and three touchdowns to lead Nevada over Fresno State 52-14 on Saturday.
Vai Taua rushed for 179 yards and two touchdowns for the Wolf Pack (7-3, 6-0 Western Athletic).
Colin Kaepernick added 95 yards rushing and two touchdowns for Nevada, the nation's No. 1 rushing offense, which rolled up 461 yards Saturday.
Ryan Colburn passed for 362 yards and two touchdowns for the Bulldogs (6-4, 5-2). He had a 57-yard strike to Jamel Hamler on the opening drive to give Fresno State a 7-0 lead and hit Seyi Ajirotutu from 3 yards out to make it 14-7.
Fresno State had five turnovers, including four fumbles in the second half. The Bulldogs also lost running back Ryan Mathews, the nation's leading rusher with 165.1 yards per game entering Saturday, to an injury in the second quarter. He carried eight times for 35 yards.
Ohio State will send a contingent of 14 to Indianapolis, double the total of any other Big Ten team.
South Florida coach Willie Taggart will add former NFL quarterback Shaun King to his coaching staff, according to a source, as co-offensive coordinator Danny Hope resigned.
Myles Gaskin and the Huskies offense took off at the end of 2015, and with most of the starting O-line back, the good times should continue for Gaskin.
Quarterback will be a major focus as the Pac-12 turns its focus to 2016, with new starters popping up all over a league that has turnover throughout.
The Cavaliers' class ranks 60th nationally and 12th in the ACC, ahead of only Syracuse and Boston College. But they addressed several needs.
The Vols needed to find some immediate help in the secondary, and they brough in a group of top prospects who will compete for immediate playing time.