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College Football Upset, Saturday, October 10, 2020: unranked Oklahoma beats archrival #22 Texas in Four overtimes, 53-45

October 10, 2020


DALLAS – Spencer Rattler had quite the first experience in a most unusual version of the Red River rivalry.

WR Drake Stoops, son of former Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops, caught game-winning TD pass

The Oklahoma freshman threw a 25-yard scoring pass to Drake Stoops in the fourth overtime and the Sooners survived a late rally from No. 22 Texas in regulation for a 53-45 victory Saturday.

Rattler sat most of the second quarter in favor of Tanner Mordecai after an interception and a fumble, but came back with two of his three scoring passes in overtime as the Sooners (2-2, 1-2 Big 12) bounced back from their first back-to-back losses in the regular season since 1999.

The dramatic ending was quite familiar.

Sam Ehlinger, who had a career-high four rushing touchdowns, threw two TD passes in the final 3:28 of regulation after what appeared to be a game-sealing interception by Woodi Washington in the end zone with the Sooners leading 31-17 with five minutes remaining.

But Ehlinger’s pass was intercepted in end zone by Tre Brown after Rattler’s toss to former OU coach Bob Stoops’ son, leaving the senior with a 1-4 record against his biggest rival, including a loss in the 2018 Big 12 championship game.

The Longhorns (2-2, 1-2) also left themselves little hope of playing for a Big 12 title, much less being part of the College Football Playoff conversation.

“We showed the football team we are there at the end when we stay out of our own way, without penalties, a lot of different things, mistakes that are self-inflicted,” said Ehlinger, who threw 53 passes and had 23 carries for a career-high 112 yards. “It’s unfortunate. We’ve got to get better.”

Rattler was 23 of 35 for 209 yards, and T.J. Pledger rushed for 131 yards and two touchdowns.

Ehlinger threw for 287 yards, while his top three running backs — Ingram, Bijan Robinson and Roschon Johnson — combined for just 11 carries and 29 yards.



College Football Upset, Saturday, October 10, 2020: Eliah Drinkwitz wins first game in Missouri’s 45-41 win over #17 LSU


Missouri head coach Eliah Drinkwitz

Missouri QB Connor Bazelak














Bazelak is the hero with four touchdowns to lead Tigers to upset win, defense makes huge goal-line stand


COLUMBIA, Mo. – Mizzou Football knocked off No. 17/16 LSU in a wild shootout, 45-41, Saturday afternoon at Memorial Stadium as head coach Eliah Drinkwitz secured his first victory at the school in dramatic fashion. Mizzou (1-2) used an epic goal-line stop at the 1-yard line to down the defending National Champions in the final seconds. In a game that was originally slated to be played in Baton Rouge, La., and moved to Columbia due to Hurricane Delta, Mizzou ripped off 586 total yards of offense, including 406 through the air in RS freshman QB Connor Bazelak’s second career start.

Mizzou’s defense limited LSU to 49 total rushing yards as the Tigers (1-2) in Black and Gold overcame three turnovers to claim the heavyweight bout and beat a defending national champion for the first time since edging No. 5 Notre Dame on Sept. 9, 1978. Mizzou’s 45 points marked the most scored against LSU in regulation since Florida in 2008.

Mizzou senior RB Larry Rountree III ran for 119 yards on 18 attempts, becoming just the fourth Tiger ever to rush for 3,000 career yards, and just the third running back.

Bazelak was brilliant in his first start of the season, connecting on 29-of-34 passes for 406 yards and four touchdowns, doing so down three starting wideouts. He completed 15 consecutive passes at one point.





AP Top 25 College Football Poll for Week 7


1 Clemson (59) 1,546 1 4-0
2 Alabama (2) 1,463 2 3-0
3 Georgia (1) 1,430 3 3-0
4 Notre Dame 1,317 5 3-0
5 North Carolina 1,190 8 3-0
6 Ohio State 1,152 6 0-0
7 Oklahoma State 1,069 10 3-0
8 Cincinnati 971 11 3-0
9 Penn State 970 9 0-0
10 Florida 904 4 2-1
11 Texas A&M 883 21 2-1
12 Oregon 817 12 0-0
13 Miami (Fla.) 789 7 3-1
14 BYU 708 15 2-1
15 Auburn 702 13 4-0
16 Wisconsin 633 16 0-0
17 SMU 522 18 4-0
18 Tennessee 463 14 2-1
19 Michigan 417 20 0-0
20 Iowa State 405 24 3-1
21 Louisiana 342 23 3-0
22 Kansas State 302 NR 3-1
23 Virginia Tech 199 19 2-1
24 Minnesota 177 25 0-0
25 Southern Cal 124 NR 0-0

Others receiving votes: Marshall 106, North Carolina State 87, Oklahoma 71, Tulsa 62, UCF 57, Boston College 43, Coastal Carolina 38, UAB 29, Utah 29, Iowa 28, West Virginia 25, Army 21, Memphis 12, Air Force 12, Ole Miss 6, Arizona State 6, Texas 5, Houston 5, LSU 5, Washington 4, Missouri 2, TCU 2, Virginia 2, Louisiana Tech 2, Indiana 1



NCAA College Football Schedule for Saturday, October 17, 2020

Matchup Time (ET) TV/Mobile
Navy at East Carolina 12:00pm ESPN2
Texas State at South Alabama 12:00pm ESPNU
USF at Temple 12:00pm ESPN+
1 Clemson at Georgia Tech 12:00pm ABC
Liberty at Syracuse 12:00pm RSN/ESPN3
Pitt at 13 Miami (FL) 12:00pm ACCN
Kansas at West Virginia 12:00pm FOX
14 Auburn at South Carolina 12:00pm ESPN
Kentucky at 18 Tennessee 12:00pm SECN
WKU at UAB 1:30pm Stadium
Army at UTSA 1:30pm CBSSN
Louisville at 4 Notre Dame 2:30pm NBC
UCF at Memphis 3:30pm ABC
Ole Miss at Arkansas 3:30pm SECN
Eastern Kentucky at Troy 3:30pm ESPN3
Duke at NC State 3:30pm RSN/ESPN3
Virginia at Wake Forest 4:00pm ACCN
11 Texas A&M at Mississippi State 4:00pm ESPN
UMass at Georgia Southern 4:00pm ESPN2
North Texas at Middle Tennessee 5:00pm Stadium
Marshall at Louisiana Tech 6:00pm CBSSN
5 North Carolina at Florida State 7:30pm ABC
Boston College at 23 Virginia Tech 8:00pm ACCN
3 Georgia at 2 Alabama 8:00pm CBS



Saturday, October 17, 2020 College Football Games cancelled due to COVID-19

Oklahoma State at Baylor Oct. 17 Dec. 12
Vanderbilt at Missouri Oct. 17 Dec. 12
LSU at Florida Oct. 17 Dec. 12
Cincinnati at Tulsa Oct. 17 Dec. 5
FIU at Charlotte Oct. 17 TBD
Southern Miss at UTEP Oct. 17 TBD
Missouri at Florida Oct. 24 Oct. 31



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