Published on NewsOK Modified: September 27, 2014 at 10:31 pm •  Published: September 27, 2014
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STARS

—Todd Gurley, Georgia, ran for a career-high 208 yards and two TDs to help the No. 12 Bulldogs bounce back from an early 10-0 deficit and hold off gritty Tennessee 35-32.

—Jared Goff, California, threw for 449 yards and seven TDs in 59-56 double-overtime win over Colorado,

—Sefo Liufau, Colorado, threw for 449 yards and seven TDs in a 59-56 double-overtime loss to California.

—Deshaun Watson, Clemson, threw for 435 yards and set a school record with six TD passes in his first start to lead the Tigers to a 50-35 win over North Carolina.

—Jameis Winston, Florida State, threw for 365 yards and four TDs in his return from a suspension, helping the top-ranked Seminoles rally from 17 down to beat North Carolina State 56-41.

—J.T. Barrett, Ohio State, passed for 330 yards and four TDs to lead the No. 22 Buckeyes past Cincinnati 50-28.

—Tyler Varga, Yale, ran for 185 yards and five TDs, including from 3 yards out in overtime in a 49-43 upset of Army in the renewal of a rivalry that dates back 121 years.

—Mike Nebrich, Fordham, passed for 315 yards with four TDs and ran for another in a 45-16 win over Holy Cross.

—James Knapke, Bowling Green, threw for 443 yards and three TDs in a 47-42 win over Massachusetts.

—Trevone Boykin, TCU, accounted for six touchdowns and 347 yards as the Horned Frogs smothered struggling SMU 56-0.

—Brandon Doughty, Western Kentucky, completed 38 of 54 passes for 387 yards with a pair touchdowns in a 36-27 victory over Navy.

—Khairi Dickson, St. Francis (Pa.), ran 10 times for 157 yards and three TDs in an 80-0 rout of Virginia University of Lynchburg.

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AGGIE RALLY

Kenny Hill and No. 6 Texas A&M provided quite a late thrill.

After throwing two long touchdown passes in the fourth quarter, Hill hit Malcome Kennedy for a 25-yard score on the first play of overtime for the undefeated Aggies in a 35-28 victory over Arkansas.

Johnny Manziel was on hand with the NFL's Cleveland Browns on a bye week, and the 2012 Heisman Trophy winner got to see his Aggies improve to 5-0 for the first time since 2001. He also provided plenty of encouragement for Hill, who was 21 for 41 for 386 yards and four touchdowns.

The Aggies trailed 28-14 before Hill hit Edward Pope for an 86-yard pass when defensive back Jared Collins fell down and left the receiver running all alone. Hill then found Josh Reynolds for a tying 59-yard TD with 2:08 left, only two plays after Arkansas missed a field goal.

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