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Hawaii hires Rolovich as head coach

Nevada offensive coordinator Nick Rolovich was named as Hawaii's new head coach, replacing Norm Chow, who was fired after going 10-36 in four seasons. Rolovich played QB for Hawaii in 2000-1 and was an assistant there from 2008-11 before joining Nevada in 2012.

No. 19 TCU struggling on offense in rain

This is the second straight week with multiple 1st-half turnovers for No. 19 TCU. In the first 10 games of the season they only had a total of one turnover. The offense also has a season-low yardage total in the 1st half with 148. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

No. 7 Baylor's offense halted in heavy rain

The torrential rain has slowed the offenses of No. 7 Baylor and No. 19 TCU. The Bears have just 188 yards in the first half, which is the lowest of the season. They also have 3 turnovers. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

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Former Hawaii quarterback and Nevada offensive coordinator Nick Rolovich named Hawaii head coach.

Brandon Chatmon ESPN Staff Writer 

Neither offense is operating efficiently as Baylor and TCU are tied at 14 early in the 2nd quarter. The two teams are 0 of 9 on third down combined. Baylor is 0 of 5 while TCU is 0 of 4 on third down conversion attempts. The rainy, windy weather is slowing down the explosiveness of both units.

Carraway takes fumble back for TCU TD

TCU's Josh Carraway scooped up the fumble and took it 56 yards to tie the score with No. 7 Baylor at 14. (Live on ESPN/WatchESPN)


How did Reilly hold on to this catch?

Somehow Nebraska's Brandon Reilly hauled in this catch with his hands, legs and feet against No. 4 Iowa.


TCU grabs INT, leads after one quarter

Chris Johnson threw it deep to Corey Coleman, but he was picked off by Nick Orr. No. 19 TCU leads No. 7 Baylor 14-7 at the end of the 1st quarter. (Live on ESPN/WatchESPN)


Brandon Chatmon ESPN Staff Writer 

TCU QB Trevone Boykin returned to action on Friday night, starting against Baylor after missing the last 7 quarters for TCU. Boykin looked outstanding to open the game, showing no ill effects from his ankle injury, starting 4 of 6 for 81 yards and one touchdown in rainy conditions.

TCU misses Josh Doctson but..

Emanuel Porter did his best to alleviate the pain with this ridiculous catch against Baylor (Live on ESPN/WatchESPN).


No. 7 Baylor takes lead against No. 19 TCU

No. 7 Baylor has kept on chugging, scoring on a 7-play drive that took 1:27. Johnny Jefferson's 44-yard run set up another Devin Chafin plunge (Live on ESPN/WatchESPN).


Boykin ties things up with pretty pass TD

No. 19 TCU can score the ball, too. Here, Boykin threw a perfect pass to Jarrison Stewart for a 25-yard TD (Live on ESPN/WatchESPN).


Chafin goes over the top for the score

Devin Chafin just got the ball over the goal line on the 4th down run. No. 7 Baylor leads No. 19 TCU 7-0 early. (Live on ESPN/WatchESPN)


No. 17 Oregon wins high-scoring affair

Vernon Adams Jr. threw for 363 yards and three touchdowns in No. 17 Oregon's 52-42 victory over Oregon State.


Miles: I didn't suggest it'd be my last game

LSU coach Les Miles told SEC Network's Maria Taylor he "had no suggestion that this was going to be my last game in Tiger Stadium." Reports surfaced earlier that Miles suggested to his Gridiron Club that Saturday's game would be his last with LSU.


Watch: Tulsa vs. Tulane

Tulsa, attempting to become bowl eligible for the first time since 2012, has won nine of the 11 all-time meetings against Tulane -- but both losses have come on the road. The past 10 meetings have all come since 2005 with the Golden Hurricane going 9-1 over that span. Live on ESPNU/WatchESPN

Watch: (7) Baylor vs. (19) TCU

With Baylor's Jarrett Stidham out the rest of the season with a broken ankle, one-time third-stringer Chris Johnson will be the starting QB. Johnson was the fifth-ranked dual-threat QB in the class of 2013, ranked between Tennessee's Joshua Dobbs and Notre Dame's Malik Zaire. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

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Washington steamrolls Washington St.

Washington became bowl-eligible after routing No. 20 Washington State in the Apple Cup 45-10.


Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz: "I'm not sure what to say, because I've never been around a team that's 12-0."