Brigham Young 24, 6 Wisconsin 21
Squally Canada ran for 118 yards and two touchdowns, and Brigham Young handed over error-prone Wisconsin his first nonconference home loss since 2003, the No. 6 Badgers due to his move offense on Saturday.
The Cougars (2-1) also played a trick game when receiver Aleva Hifo scored in the second quarter for a 31-yard touchdown pass to Moroni Laulu-Pututau.
Wisconsin (2: 1) had one last chance to avoid a fuss with a drive that started with his own 8 with 3 minutes 55 seconds. But the 41-second field goal attempt by normally reliable senior kicker Rafael Gaglianone on a 41-second draw remained far left.
Brigham Young's last win over a top-10 team was in 2009, a 14-13 win over third-placed Oklahoma.
"We just wanted to win the line of scrimmage and be physical," said coach Kilani Sitake.
The 41-game Badgers Nonconference winning series – the longest active in Division I – ended. Your college football playoff is probably hoping too.
"Win as a team, and everyone can have their share equally at a loss," said Wisconsin coach Paul Chryst.
The Badgers stuttered through the air most of the day.
Alex Hornibrook was 18 out of 28 for 190 yards, throwing an interception deep in Wisconsin territory on the opening run in the second half. Canada scored its second touchdown of the day in the next series.
12 Louisiana State 22, 7 Auburn 21
Cole Tracy (Cole Tracy) entered a 42-yard field goal on the final game, No. 12 Louisiana State (Louisiana State) a victory on the road over the No. 7 Auburn in their Opening Southern Conference.
Joe Burrow led L.S. (3-0) In the last minutes the field with clutch games and two pass interference calls against Auburn (2-1). That set Tracy's field goal. It has a wild fourth quarter in a rivalry that has spawned many of them.
Burrow held against Auburn's Jarrett Stidham. He completed 15 of 34 passes for 249 yards, with Justin Jefferson winning 97 yards on five catches. Stidham was 16 of 28 for 198 yards and a touchdown, but threw two interceptions. JaTarvious Whitlow ran for 104 yards on 22 vehicles.
2 Clemson 38, Georgia South 7
A week full of worries in Clemson over the upcoming Tropical Storm Florence ended with a Tigers victory over Georgia Southern in front of a full home crowd that shook off fears of the storm. Travis Etienne ran for 162 yards and two touchdowns for the No. 2 Tigers (3-0), and Trevor Lawrence threw for 194 yards, including a 57-yard score to fellow countryman Justyn Ross, in their first meeting with Georgia Southern ( 2-1) of the Sun Belt Conference.
Clemson was the only major conference program in Carolinas and Virginia played at home on Saturday even though the university officials had postponed the game until noon instead of 15:30 as planned. Beginning.
1 Alabama 62, Mississippi 7
Tua Tagovailoa threw for 191 yards and two touchdowns, Jerry Jeudy scored two scoring passes, and No. 1 Alabama (3-0, 1-0 Southeastern Conference) interred hosts Mississippi (2-1, 0-1).
Alabama gave a touchdown on the team's first game SEC opener and then scored the next 62 points. The Tide's offensive had 516 yards and was so effective that the left-wing Tagovailoa's evening was over in the middle of the second quarter.
3 Georgia 49, Middle Tennessee 7
Jake Fromm threw three touchdown passes, and Elijah Holyfield ran for 100 yards, each playing just for the first half, as No. 3 Georgia (3-0), playing at home, overwhelmed Middle Tennessee (1-2).
Jeremiah Holloman caught three passes for 90 yards, including a 11-yard 11-yard scoring pass from Fromm in the first quarter. Holloman was one of five Georgia Wide receivers combined for six touchdowns.
5 Oklahoma 37, Iowa State 27
Kyler Murray threw for 348 yards and three touchdowns, and No. 5 Oklahoma hosted Iowa State in the Big 12 opener for both teams.
Marquise Brown had received 191 yards and a touchdown for the Sooners (3-0, 1-0), which extended the country's longest road win to 17 games while revenging a home loss to the hurricanes a year ago.
Iowa State (0-2, 0-1) did not make it easy for the Sooners to part with a 14-point halftime deficit to make it late in the third quarter 34-27.
8 Notre Dame 22, Vanderbilt 17
Security Jalen Elliott knocked the ball off Vanderbilt retinue Kalija Lipscomb with 1:07, Notre Dame a fourth-stop, and the No. 8 Irishman (3-0) held home for a win over the Commodores.
Kyle Shurmur threw for 326 yards and a touchdown for Vanderbilt (2-1), rallying his team back from a 16-3 halftime deficit.
Tony Jones Jr. finished with 118 yards on 17 wears for Notre Dame.
24 Oklahoma State 44, 17 Boise State 21
Taylor Cornelius ran for two touchdowns, passing for one more and helping No. 24 Oklahoma State beat No. 17 Boise State (2-1). Justice Hill ran for 123 yards and a touchdown, and Tylan Wallace had five catches for 105 yards for the host Cowboys (3-0). It was one of the most important nonconference victories in Mike Gundy's 14-year tenure as coach.
Boise State's Brett Rypien held 380 yards and three touchdowns, but was fired seven times and put under pressure all day. Oklahoma State held the Broncos to 34 yards rushing to 31 attempts.
11 Penn State 63, Kent State 10
Quarterback Trace McSorley accounted for five touchdowns in No. 11 Penn State Routers by visiting Kent State (1-2). McSorley became the career ladder of the Nittany Lions in rushing touchdowns from a quarterback and only the second Penn State quarterback for 1,000 career yards.
A senior and a Heisman Trophy hopeful, he completed 11 of 22 passes for 229 yards with an interception and ran for three touchdowns for the Nittany Lions (3-0), who led at 28-10 at halftime. McSorley outperformed Daryl Clark's 22 Rushing Scores and leads the program at 24.
9 Stanford 30, U.C. Davis 10
K. J. Costello overcame a difficult start and threw two touchdown passes to J. J. Arcega-Whiteside, and the No. 9 Stanford (3-0) defeated U-C. Davis (2-1), a football championship subdivision team.
16 Mississippi State 56, La-Lafayette 10
Nick Fitzgerald accounted for 350 yards offensive and six touchdowns, leading No. 16 Mississippi State (3-0) to a win over visiting Louisiana-Lafayette (1-1).
19 Michigan 45, South Methodist 20
Shea Patterson threw three touchdown passes to Donovan Peoples-Jones, helped move No. 19 Michigan (2-1) home and beat Southern Methodist (0-3). Peoples-Jones' three touchdowns were equal to the total amount received by Michigan receivers last season.
20 Oregon 35, San Jose State 22
Justin Herbert threw for 309 yards and three touchdowns, and No. 20 Oregon (3-0) beat San Jose State (0-3) in the duck finals nonconference Tuneup before opening the Pacific 12 season with Stanford next week ,
21 Miami 49, Toledo 24
Malik Rosier threw for two touchdowns and ran for three more, and No. 21 Miami (2-1) outnumbered host Toledo (1-1).
■ Josh Bean threw for 128 yards and a touchdown, and Columbia (1-0) beat hosts Central Connecticut (1-2), 41-24. Dante Miller ran for 93 yards and a result for the Lions in their season opener. Ty Lenhart ran for two touchdowns, and Chris Alleyne kicked two field goals.
■ Kelvin Hopkins hurried for two touchdowns in the first half and a career high of 110 yards as the host army (2-1) beat previously undefeated Hawaii (3-1), 28-21. Hopkins completed 6 of 10 passes for 162 yards, becoming the first Army quarterback in 30 games, running 100 yards and passing 100 yards.
■ David Pindell threw for 308 yards and four touchdowns and ran for 137 yards and two more scores, while Connecticut (1-2) in Rhode Island (2-1), 56-49.
■ Tommy DeVito scored on a 3-yard run and hit Ravian Pierce with a 3-yard score and Syracuse (3-0, 1: 0 Atlantic Coast Conference) overcame the failure of its Eric Dungey home base and beat Florida State (1-1, 1-1). 2, 0-2), 30-7, in the oppressive heat of the Carrier Dome. Dungey was injured late in the second quarter on a late strike on the helmet and did not return.
■ Jordan Gowins ran 160 yards and one score, Donald Liotine ran 75 yards for a touchdown, and Stony Brook (2-1) closed host offensive Fordham (0-3) and capitalized on sales for a 28-6 win.
■ Derek Ng kicked a 45-yard field goal in overtime when Holy Cross (1-2) battled their first win of the season, 31-28, against Yale (0-1).
■ The freshman quarterback Tucker Rovig threw for 310 yards and three touchdowns, Montana State (2-1) to a 47-24 win over the visit Wagner (1-2).
■ Pat Kehoe threw for a touchdown and ran for another, led Delaware (2-1) to a 27-10 home win over Cornell (0-1).
■ John Lovett teamed with Jesper Horsted for two touchdowns and ran for two more, and Charlie Volker had two touchdown runs, all in the first half, when Princeton (1-0) joined his 150th season with a 50-7 win Butler opened (2-1).
Game summaries from The Associated Press