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Fournette adds to LSU's lead late

Leonard Fournette is up to 150 yards on the ground and found the end zone for the first time tonight on this rush that made it 19-7 on SEC Network.


Frank Beamer takes 'The Dab' to next level

After winning his second to last game as head coach at Virginia Tech, Frank Beamer showed off his dance moves.


Fournette breaks LSU's rushing record

Leonard Fournette set the Tigers single-season rushing record when he surpassed Charles Alexander's mark of 1,686 yards that had stood since 1977. Live on SECN & WatchESPN

Stanford's McCaffrey is Mr. 3,000

Christian McCaffrey joined Barry Sanders (1988) and Antonio Andrews (2012) as the only players in FBS history with 3,000 all-purpose yards in a single season.

Cook's cutback cooks Gators defense

Dalvin Cook goes for 32 yards with a few nifty moves to pick up the first down. The Seminoles are looking to add to their 13-0 lead on ESPN.


Seminoles chop Gators' FG attempt

Austin Hardin's 37-yard field goal was blocked by DeMarcus Walker to keep No. 12 Florida scoreless with 14:03 left in the fourth on ESPN.


Incredible grab by Southern Miss

Southern Mississippi WR Mike Thomas channeled his inner Odell Beckham Jr. while making a leaping touchdown catch in the end zone.


Oklahoma's Bob Stoops a happy camper

The head coach doesn't have much to complain about with a 44-20 lead over No. 11 Oklahoma State at the half: "Everything's been solid. Run game. Pass game. Offensively taking care of the ball."


Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

After three quarters FSU leads Florida 13-0 but is getting out-gained 200-158 and Florida has 14 first downs to FSU's 6. What a weird game with such marginal QB play

Watch: Air Force vs. New Mexico

Air Force has won six of the eight meetings in the series since Troy Calhoun took over as head coach in 2007, but both those losses came on the road, including a 45-37 shootout two years ago. Live on ESPNU/WatchESPN

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Irish freshman takes off on 62-yard TD run

Notre Dame RB Josh Adams finds the open lane and rushes 62 yards for a third-quarter TD vs. Stanford. The Fighting Irish trail 35-29 early in the fourth quarter.


David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Stanford-Notre Dame is set for another classic finish. This rivalry has seen plenty of those over the past 6 years. The Cardinal lead 35-29 behind Kevin Hogan's 266.8 QB rating, while the Irish have countered by averaging 11.3 yards per play. The first one to blink here will lose.

Temple rolls UConn for 10th victory

With a 27-3 win at home, the Owls earned their first 10-win season since 1979 and now look ahead to their matchup with Houston in the American Athletic Conference title game. Box score

Mississippi St. sticking around vs. Ole Miss

Dak Prescott hits Malik Dear for a 13-yard TD, and the Bulldogs now trail the Rebels 38-20 with 9:38 left in the fourth quarter on ESPN.


FSU hits 51-yarder to take 13-0 lead

Roberto Aguayo needed some help from the left upright but the FSU kicker gets the long FG to go with 5:21 left in the third quarter on ESPN.


Back and forth they go in Stanford

Josh Adams made it five lead changes in the past 12 minutes when he broke off a 62-yard TD rush to put Notre Dame back on top 29-28. The Fighting Irish's three touchdowns have all come on plays longer than 60 yards. Follow live

Guice goes 50 yards for LSU's first TD

Derrius Guice came to play in the second half. After opening the third quarter with a 74-yard return, LSU's RB finds the rail, makes a couple guys miss and outruns the Texas A&M defense for the score to give the Tigers a 13-7 lead with 7:13 left in the third quarter on the SEC Network.


Sooners score 27 points in second quarter

Samaje Perine scampers for a 25-yard TD run to push the Sooners' lead to 41-17 with 4:14 left in the second quarter. Perine has 2 TDs to go along with 115 yards on 8 carries on ABC.


Vandals WR makes nifty one-handed grab

Idaho WR Deon Watson made a great, one-handed catch for a 31-yard gain that led to the game-winning touchdown against Texas State.


Cowboys show life to answer Sooners

One play. 72 yards. That's all Oklahoma State needed to cut No. 3 Oklahoma's lead to 34-17 with 6:41 left in the first half on ABC. J.W. Walsh made the throw and James Washington did the rest.