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ICYMI: Ezekiel Elliott's insane second half

The Ohio State RB had three touchdowns in the second half of Ohio State's 34-27 win over Indiana, including a 55-yard run, a 65-yard run and this electrifying 75-yard run.


Serviceman surprises family in Gainesville

A serviceman surprised his family ahead of the Florida-Ole Miss game. Their reaction was priceless.


Top 10 teams stumble on Saturday

  • Florida upset No.3-ranked Ole Miss.
  • Clemson beat No. 6 Notre Dame.
  • Arizona State beat No. 7 UCLA.
  • Alabama beat No. 8 Georgia.
  • Meanwhile, top-ranked Ohio State escaped when Indiana's last pass was incomplete in the end zone and No.2-ranked Michigan State survived a scare from Purdue.
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Clemson kicker levels the boom

On the opening kickoff of the second half, Clemson kicker Ammon Lakip lowered his shoulder and forced a fumble. He'll put this on his highlight reel.


ICYMI: Florida upsets Ole Miss in The Swamp

The No. 25 Gators had upset on their mind as No. 3 Ole Miss went into The Swamp as a contender and left with a lopsided 38-10 loss as Florida QB Will Grier threw for 271 yards and 4 TDs.


ASU linemen rumble, tumble for TD

Arizona State RB Kalen Ballage had plenty of help getting this ball 23 yards and into the end zone, including being shoved along by his teammates and UCLA players.


Don't leave me hangin', ref!

That's exactly what happened, though, as Baylor WR Corey Coleman couldn't get a high-five after his second TD of the game.


Ref, DB in collision with a surprise ending

Utah State CB Jalen Davis was going for an interception when he collided with the back judge, but it was the referee who walked away seemingly unharmed.


Dalvin Cook could not be stopped

The FSU running back busted through a tackle and took it 94 yards to the house for the third-longest rushing touchdown in Seminoles history.


Washington State fake punt goes wrong

The Cougars looked like they might pick up a first down on this trick play. But then the punter got popped, the ball came loose, and Cal went the other way for a touchdown.


GameDay's Best Signs

The rain and the mud didn't prevent fans from making a party out of Clemson's fourth time hosting College GameDay. Our favorites


Selfie time for LaDainian Tomlinson

The TCU alum made a game-time decision for his family to pose for a tongues-out selfie at Saturday's TCU vs. Texas matchup.


Josh Doctson's ridiculous TD grab

Josh Doctson makes highlight-reel grabs every week, but this one ranks among the best, as he went way up and got his feet in bounds. This was just one of TCU's six touchdowns in a 50-7 win over Texas.


Tar Heels get tricky for go-ahead TD

North Carolina dialed up a reverse pass, and WR Quinshad Davis threw it to QB Marquise Williams for a 37-yard TD in UNC's 38-31 win over Georgia Tech.


Legally blind player plays in a D-I game

Tulane long snapper Aaron Golub became the first legally blind person to play in a D-I game when he snapped on an extra point after the Green Wave's final touchdown in a 45-31 victory over Central Florida.


Plenty of points in Texas Tech-Baylor

If you like offense, then this recap of Red Raiders vs. Bears should be right up your alley. Baylor got the win 63-35.


Jalen Brown gets first TD

Good time to score for the Oregon freshman as Taylor Alie rolled out and found Brown in the open field as he scored to give Oregon a 38-24 lead over Colorado in the fourth quarter on ESPN.


Colorado makes it a 1-possession game

Sefo Liufau took the ball the remaining 7 yards for a score, completing a 9-play, 45-yard drive. Oregon still has a 31-24 lead in the fourth quarter on ESPN.


Stanford steamrolls Arizona

No. 18 Stanford improved to 4-1 on the season with a 55-17 victory over Arizona.


Stanford dominates Arizona in win

The Cardinal scored seven touchdowns, including this one from RB Barry Sanders -- no not that one, but his son -- in No. 18 Stanford's 55-17 win over Arizona.


Stanford adds another touchdown

Keller Chryst made a "beautifully thrown" TD pass to Rollins Stallworth to continue Stanford's dominance over Arizona by making it 55-17 in the fourth quarter.


The 2-point conversion that sunk Notre Dame

Down two with 7 seconds left, the Fighting Irish couldn't get the two-point try against Clemson, and it was what clinched the 24-22 upset of the No. 6 team in the nation.