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OregonSt. 36, Colorado31 Oregon St Colorado

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Rutgers26,Michigan24 WestVirginia33,Kansas14 SOUTH Clemson 41, NCState0 Florida10,Tennessee9 GeorgiaTech28, Miami(Fla.) 17 Kentucky 45, SouthCarolina38 Louisiana34,GeorgiaState31 LouisianaTech55, UTEP3 Marshal56, l OldOominion14 MiddleTennessee37,Southern Miss.31 SouthAlabama47,Appalachian St.21 Virginia24,Pittsburgh19 VirginiaTech34, North Carolina17 UAB42,WesternKentucky39 MIDWEST Akron31,Eastern Michigan6 BowlingGreen36,Buffalo 35 CentralMichigan28, Ohio10 Indiana 49,NorthTexas24 Memphis41, Cincinnati 14 Miami(Ohio)42,UMass41 Northernglinois17, KentState14 Purdue 38, fflinois 27 Toledo20,W.Michigan19,0T SOUTHWE ST Arkansas State28,Louisiana-Monroe14 NewMexico21, UTSA9 Rice28,Hawaii14 TexasState35,Idaho30 FARWES T Air Force30, Navy21 ColoradoStatae42, Tulsa17 GeorgiaSouthern 36, NewMexico State28 SanJoseState33,UNLV10 OregonState36, Colorado31 BoiseState(3-2) atNevada (3-1),10:30 p.m. California(3-1)at Washington State (2-3), 10:30p.m.

uc sonOuSi e 00 in in By Ryan Thorburn The (Eugene) Register-Guard

No. 2 Oregon There's a good chance Ore- at No. 8 UCLA gon will be watching the inaugural College Football Playoff When:12:30 from the outside with its nose p.m., Oct.11 TV:Fox RacRD: KBND 1110-AM pressed against the window. It appears the Ducks have accepted an invitation to the

Pac-12 parity party instead. After Oregon's 31-24 loss to Arizona on Thursday night at Autzen Stadium, all six teams in the North Division have one conference loss. "That was, I think, some of

the trepidation early on in the whole College Football Playoff movement if there wasn't

that declaration really of Conference Champion A, B, C, D,"

Oregon coach Mark Helfrich said Friday. "It's up to somebody else, and as soon as your record isn't hyphen-zero, you lose the (conference). From that standpoint it's a little bit


frustrating, but we can't do


Saturday'sGames Cal Poly42,Southern Utah39 EasternWashington56, IdahoState53 Montana18,NorthOakota15 MontanaState59,SacramentoState56 NorthernColorado24, NorthernArizona17 PortlandState23, UCDavis14 Saturday,Oct.11 Cal PolyatWeber State, 1 p.m. EasternWashingtonat Southern Utah, 1p.m. PortlandStateat NorthDakota,1:30p.m. Sacramento State atNorthern Colorado,1:30 p.m. SimonFraseratIdahoState,2:30 p.m. MontanaStateat UCDavis,4 p.m.



AzusaPacific 27,Central Washington20 NorthAlabam a30,Western Oregon10 SimonFraser29,Dixie State19 HumboldState t 53, SouthDakotaMines0 Thursday,Oct.9 HumboldSt t ateat AzusaPacific, 6p.m. Saturday,Oct. 11 CentralWashington atSouth DakotaMines,1 p.m. Dixie StateatWestern Oregon, 1p.m. SimonFraseratIdahoState,2:30 p.m.

RUSHING —OregonSt.: Ward12-102, Woods 13-69, Bolden2-18, Team3-(minus 7), Mannion 2-(minus15). Colorado: Adkins 813-79, Lindsay 5-29, TJones 5-18, Frazier1-0, Liufau4-(minus3). Division III PASSING — OregonSt.:Mannion27-37-0-278. NORTHWE ST Colorado: Liufau 32-49-1-308. RECEIVING —OregonSt.: Hamlet 6-52,Bolden Friday' s Game 6-38, Smith4-67, Jarmon3-41, Woods3-14, Ortiz 2-26, Mullaney 2-19, Villamin 1-21. Colorado: Willamette38,GeorgeFox6 Saturday'sGames Goodson 6-43,Spruce6-35,TJones5-38,McCulloch Pacific 29,Whitworth15 4-76, Fields 4-44,Bobo2-17, Lee2-12, Lindsay1-27, Puget Sound 38, Lewis & Clark7 Slavin 1-9,Adkins01-7. Linfield41,Pacific Lutheran14 Saturday,Oct. 11 Saturday'sGames WillametteatWhitworth,1 p.m. TOP 25 Pacific at Puget Sou nd,1 p.m. No.1FloridaState43,WakeForest 3 George FoxatLinfield, 1:30p.m. No.11 Mississippi23,No.3Alabama17 PacificLutheranatLewis & Clark, 2p.m. No. 25TCU37, No.4 Oklahoma33 No. 5Auburn 41, No.15LSU7 No.12MississippiState48,No.6TexasA&M31 NAIA No. 7Baylor28, Texas7 FRONTIER Utah30,No.8UCLA28 No. 9NotreDame17, No.14 Stanford14 Saturday'sGames No. 10MichiganState27, No.19Nebraska22 Carroll 31,MontanaWestern14 No.13Georgia44, Vanderbilt17 EasternOregon47, College of Idaho7 ArizonaState38,No.16SouthernCal34 Northwestern 20, No.17Wisconsin14 Saturday,Oct. 11 No. 20OhioState52, Maryland24 Rocky MountainatMontanaTech,noon No. 21OklahomaState37, lowaState20 MontanaState-Northernat College of Idaho, noon No. 22EastCarolina45, SMU24 Carroll atEasternOregon,1 p.m. No. 23KansasState45,TexasTech13 MontanaWesternatSouthern Oregon, 1p.m.


anything about that now."

Oregon has scored 62 points and allowed 62 points in conference play after a narrow road win at Washington

State (38-31) and the excru-

line have been a major issue then Marcus isn't Marcus as a since Jake Fisher went down freshman. "We're going to put the best against Wyoming two weeks a go. Marcus M ariota h a s been sacked 12 times in the

guy in the best situation, in

feared rushing attack hasn't


every phase, at every posilast two games, and the once- tion for the betterment of our

produced a 100-yard tailback Defensively, Don Pellum's in any of the five games. unit is leakier than Edward ciating defeat to emerging Offensive coordinator Scott Snowden. South Division contender Ar- Frost said Thursday night that Oregon gave up 495 yards izona (5-0, 2-0). Mariota was not 100 percent on 86 plays (5.8 per snap) and Over the last six Pac-12 healthy following the physi- 29 first downs, including 13 in games dating back to the No- cally punishing Sept. 20 game the third quarter when Arizovember 2013 collapse, Oregon in Pullman. The second-year na went on a 21-7 spurt. is 3-3. The trend is especially head coach would prefer his R edshirt f r eshman A n u troubling to a fan base that assistants and players refrain Solomon, making his first got used to dominance during from talking about injuries, Pac-12 road start in the 100th Chip Kelly's 33-3 cakewalk especially if their comments consecutive sellout at Autzen through the conference. can be interpreted as an Stadium, threw for 287 yards The players got a rare fall excuse. and a touchdown. Running "Everybody thinks that our backs Terris Jones-Grigsby Saturday off while the coaches work ahead on prepara- injury policy is hard or easy, and Nick Wilson combined tions for next week's game at depending on which way you for 207 yards and three touchNo. 8 UCLA. look at it. We believe 100 per- downs on the ground. "I think there's going to be cent in our guys, we believe The Ducks either didn't do a ton of movement nationally, 100 percent in our team," enough homework on Rich as well as in our conference," Helfrich said. "I know Frosty Rodriguez's scheme or froze Helfrich said. "This is a tough is trying to have the back of during the final exam. "Defensively, a lot of guys conference, as we've said for Marcus, but if we gave everya long time, coupled with the body that crutch at the begin- had eyes in two spots," Heltoughest path to that playoff." ning of their career, 'Hey, we frich said. " In t hat k i n d Oregon's struggles along need to wean you into this, we of game i t's a ssignment the injury-ravaged offensive need to wean you into that,' football."

Beavers ContInued from 01 Sean Mannion, bouncing back from a rough outing in last week's loss at Southern California, completed 27 of

37 for 278 yards and his lone touchdown pass came in the fourth quarter to help Oregon

State (4-1, 1-1 Pac-12) fend off Colorado (2-4, 0-3). Storm Woods, complement-

ing Ward, added 69 yards rushing and a score for the Beavers, who averted back-to-

back conference road losses for the first time since 2003. "We were expecting a battle

and as you saw, it was right down to the last possession," Mannion said. "I think it was

good that we could come right out after a tough, tough loss and handle a road game, handle the environment and handle a tough opponent and Photos by Brennan Linsrey I The Associated Press really play well." Oregon State's Caleb SmIth catches a pass that Ie just out of the reach of Colorado'e Addison GilSefo Liufau completed 32 liam eurIng Saturday's game in Boulder, Colorado. The Beavers won 36-31. of 49 for 308 yards and two touchdowns, both t o T y ler

Vikingshold off UCDavis

McCulloch. But with Colorado facing a fourth down at the Oregon State 40 in the

Ole MissupsetsAlabama OXFORD, Miss. — Bo Wallace threw for 251 yards and three touchdowns, including

No. 7 Baylor 28, Texas 7: AUSTIN, Texas — Shock Linwood ran for 148 yards and the clinching touchdown.

two in the fourth quarter, and No. 10 Michigan State 27, No. 11 Mississippi rallied from No. 19 Nebraska 22: EAST a fourth-quarter deficit to LANSING, Mich. — Michigan stun No. 3 Alabama 23-17 on Saturday. The Rebels trailed 17-10 mid-

State's Trae Waynes inter-

cepted Tommy Armstrong's pass with 30 seconds remainway through the fourth quar- ing as the Spartans held off a ter, but pulled even on Wal19-point Nebraska rally. lace's 34-yard touchdown pass No. 13 GeorgIa 44, VanderbIlt 17: ATHENS, Ga. — Hutremaining. Ole Miss took a 23- son Mason threw two touch-

to Vince Sanders with 5:29

17 lead on Wallace's 10-yard down passes to Chris Conley, touchdown throw t o J aylen and Todd Gurley ran for 163 Walton with 2:54 remaining. yards for Georgia.

Alabama had a chance to win, but Senquez Golson inter-

Northwestern 20, No.17 WIsconsIn 14: EVANSTON, Ill.


Godwin Igwebuike had three in the end zone with 37 seconds interceptions and Justin Jackremaining. son ran for 162 yards to lead Also on Saturday: Northwestern. No. 1 Florida State 43, Wake No. 20 Ohio State 52, Marycepted a pass from Blake Sims

Forest 3: TALLAHASSEE, Fla.

land 24: COLLEGE PARK,

— Roberto Aguayo kicked a Md. — J.T. Barrett completed career-high five field goals, and 18 of 23 passes for 267 yards the Florida State defense held and four touchdowns and ran Wake Forestto 126 offensive


fau, with two Oregon State

MCDonagh ranfor two touchdowns andJonathan Gonzales kicked three field goals as Portland State beat UCDavis 23-14on Saturday night. MCDonagh finished

defenders in his face, threw incomplete. The Beavers took


The Associated Press

last couple of minutes, Liu-

over and Mannion took a knee three times to run out the final

moments. It was another tough loss

for Colorado, which endured a wrenching 59-56 double-over-

with19-of-37 for194

yards passing for the Vikings). NateTagoran for 106 yards on 26carries.

time loss at Cal last week. The

Buffaloes have lost five consecutive conference games.

Portland State led 17-0 at the break on Mc-

"I feel like we're ready to

break through," Colorado coach Mike MacIntyre said. Oregon State's Steven Nelson tackles Colorado's Deayeean RIppy. "It looks better. It feels better.

It's just gut-wrenching when you lose like we've lost." Defensive lineman Timo-

thy Coleman broke through

Donagh's two scores and a field goal by Gonzales. — The Associated Press

Nextup Utah

Colorado cut the deficit to

30-24 on Will Oliver's 44-yard field goal with 10:52 left to play but Mannion responded by leading another scoring drive

at Oregon State to sack Mannion for a 9-yard loss to the Colorado 29-yard When: line and the Buffaloes' defense 7 p.m., Oct. 16 that Ward finished off with his KICE 940-AM, second scoring run. forced two more incomple- TV:FS1 Radio: KRCO 690-AM, 96.9-FM tions beforeTrevor Romaine The Buffaloes weren't came on to kick his third field through, though. They pulled goal, a 47-yarder that put the within five with three minutes Beavers back in front 23-21 his interception of a Mannion left on Liufau's 17-yard scoring w ith 6:47 remaining in t he pass and gave the Beavers a pass to McCulloch. third quarter. first down at the 34-yard line. Down 14-0 early, ColoraOregon State extended the Three runs advanced the ball do fought back to take a 21-

tion midway through the first quarter led to a Beavers'

touchdown, got the Buffaloes back into the game with a 31yard scoring pass to McCulloch. The lanky wide receiver shook off a tackle by safety Justin Strong at the 20 and

bolted untouched down the left sideline for the score pulling the Buffaloes to 14-7.

The Beavers got a pair of 4-yard touchdown runs to go lead with a drive that included to the 24, where Mannion 20 halftime lead when Tony up early, the first by Ward. a key third-down conversion lofted a scoring pass to Caleb Jones bulled his way into the The other, by Woods, came on a Ward run. It was also Smith. Smith out-jumped two end zone from a yard out with on the heels of linebacker D.J. kept alive by a pass interfer- Buffaloes defenders to make 43 secondsleftin the second Alexander's interception of ence penalty on Colorado's the catch before tumbling into quarter. Liufau and 25-yard return to Ken Crawley that negated the endzone. Liufau, whose intercep- Colorado's 8.

16 times for 71 yards and a

score for Ohio State. yards, including 40 rushing. No. 25TCU 37, No.40klahoNo. 21 Oklahoma State 37, ma 33: FORT WORTH, Texas — Paul Dawson returned

lowa State 20: STILLWATER, Okla. — Desmond Roland ran

an interception 41 yards for a for 95 yards and two touchtouchdown and TCU made a downs and 7yreek Hill rehuge fourth-and-1 stop with turneda kickoff97 yardsfora just over 3 minutes left. touchdown for Oklahoma State. No. 5 Auburn 41, IvIo. 15 LSU IvIo. 22 East Carolina 45, SMU 7: AUBURN, Al a. — Nick


M arshall passed for207 yards

Shane Carden threw for 410

and two touchdowns and ran

yards and four t ouchdowns for 119 and two more scores to to help East Carolina win its

lead Auburn past LSU. American Athletic debut. No. 12 Mississippi State IvIo. 23 KansasState 45, Texas 48, No. 6 T exas A&M 31: Tech 13: MANHATTAN, Kan. STARKVILLE, Miss. — Mis- — Jake Waters threw for 290 sissippi State's Dak Prescott yards and four touchdowns

threw two touchdown passes and ran for 105 yards and anand added three TD runs. otherscoreforKansas State.


Stanford allows late TD, loses toNotre Dame The Associated Press S OUTH BEND, I n d . Everett Golson threw a 23-

urday to beat No. 14 Stanford 17-14.

Koyack was alone in the yard touchdown pass to Ben corner and Golson almost

Also on Saturday: Utah 30, No. 8 UCLA 28: L OS ANGELES — U C L A

Bercovici as time expired, and Arizona State scored three TDs in the final 3:53.

had two chances to make the California 60, Washington game-winning field goal, but State 59: PULLMAN, Wash. end zone with 61 seconds left Koyack caught the pass as he both missed in the loss. — A missed 19-yard field goal as No. 9 Notre Dame over- fell out of bounds and safety ArIzona State 38, No. 16USC by Washington State with came two turnovers and two Jordan Richards dove to try to 34: LOS ANGELES — Jael- seconds remaining allowed bungled snaps on field goal break it up on Notre Dame's en Strong caught a 46-yard California to hang on for the attempts on a cold, rainy Sat- last chance on fourth-and-ll. touchdown pass from Mike high-scoring victory. Koyack in the corner of the

didn't find him in time. But

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