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Western Michigan returns kick for TD

Western Michigan's Darius Phillips returned a kickoff 100 yards for a TD to even it up at 7-7 vs. Michigan State on ESPNU. The last team to run a kickoff back for a touchdown vs. Michigan State was Notre Dame in 2011.

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Cuse QB Terrel Hunt hurt

Terrel Hunt got hurt on this 2-yard run and the Orange put freshman Eric Dungey in the game. The Orange lead Rhode Island 7-0.

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Michigan State's first TD of season

After an interception got the Spartans the ball, Madre London ran 24 yards for a touchdown -- and the kick was good -- to put Michigan State up 7-0 over Western Michigan on ESPNU.

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SMU evens things up vs. Baylor

The Mustangs scored just 12 points in its first four games last season but they have 14 points in just under 8 minutes so far today. Things are even at 14 on ESPN.

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Pass interception leads to touchdown

Montae Nicholson intercepted Western Michigan's Zach Terrell's pass, and the Spartans would score a touchdown shortly after.

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No. 4 Baylor scores yet again

Seth Russell dives into the end zone as the Bears score again and take a 14-7 lead against SMU. The game is still in the first five minutes of play on ESPN.

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Who will step up for Michigan State?

With the graduation of Jeremy Langford and Nick Hill, Michigan State lost 64% of its total rushes and 70% of yards from last season. Only one returning RB (Delton Williams) has more than 50 carries in his career. Live on ESPNU/WatchESPN

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Darius Phillips' big return to start game

Western Michigan's Darius Phillips returned the kickoff 72 yards in the first play of the season against Michigan State (5).

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SMU answers Baylor quickly

The Bears aren't the only ones who can score quickly, as the Mustangs answered a quick score with a TD off a long 46-yard pass. and the game is even at 7.

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Baylor scores in first minute

The No. 4 team in the land didn't give SMU even a minute to settle in. It took the Bears only 50 seconds and 4 plays to go 75 yards and score a touchdown. The game is on ESPN.

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Watch: (4) Baylor at SMU on ESPN

Baylor has 11 straight wins against SMU. History doesn't favor SMU snapping the Bears' streak. The last time SMU beat a team ranked in the top five of the AP poll was in 1980 when the Mustangs defeated No. 2 Texas. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

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Watch: (5) MSU vs. W. Michigan

Michigan State has won nine straight series meetings, and it has won at least 11 games in four of the last five seasons -- will the Spartans get their first of 2015-16 tonight? Live on ESPNU/WatchESPN

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Baylor turns to QB Seth Russell

Russell replaced Bryce Petty as Baylor’s quarterback. He saw action in eight games last year, compiling an impressive 81.3 QBR with eight TDs and only one interception. Is he starting the season on the right foot? Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

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A bobbling football? No problem

Lenoir-Rhyne University DB Cliff Barrett intercepted a pass ... while falling down ... while the ball was twirling end over end. Someone check his gloves for duct tape.

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15 minutes until kickoff. The Bears are ready to #SicSMU.

Player delivers Jadeveon Clowney-like hit

Montana State LB Mac Bignell decleats a Fort Lewis running back with a vicious hit in the second quarter.

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Nick Arbuckle's sweet pass to Bateman

Georgia State QB Nick Arbuckle threw it 24 yards to Taz Bateman in the end zone to cut into Charlotte's lead 23-13.

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Bobby Baker recovers another turnover

Charlotte QB Matt Johnson fumbled the ball, and Georgia State's Bobby Baker -- who already had two picks -- recovered it late in the third quarter. The 49ers lead 23-13 in the fourth quarter on ESPNU.

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Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Suspended Baylor star defensive end Shawn Oakman dancing and cheering on his teammates during stretching. Oakman out tonight for team rules violation, will make his season debut next week against Lamar.

Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer 

One newcomer to keep an eye on for Baylor's season opener against SMU: QB Jarrett Stidham. The true freshman was impressive enough in fall camp that Baylor coaches gave him the No. 2 job and moved fellow backup Chris Johnson to receiver. That means Stidham, ESPN's No. 37 overall ranked recruit for 2015, will get lots of second-half snaps in Baylor's blowout victories. Tonight's game could be the first of many.