Florida State 37, The Citadel 12: Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston threw for 256 yards and two touchdowns for the host Seminoles (2-0).

No. 2 Alabama 41, Florida Atlantic 0: Blake Sims had 214 passing yards and Jake Coker threw for 202 to lead the host Crimson Tide (2-0).

no. 3 uregon 46, no. 7 Michigan State 21: Marcus Mariota threw for 318 yards and three touchdowns, including a pair to speedy redshirt freshman Devon Allen.

No. 4 Oklahoma 52, Tulsa 7: Sterling Shepard had a career-high 177 yards receiving to help the visiting sooners (2-0).

No. 5 Auburn 59, San Jose State 13: Cameron Artis-Payne ran for three touchdowns, all in the first half, and the host Tigers (2-0) showed a dominant ground game.

Virginia Tech 35, No. 8 Ohio State 21: Michael Brewer passed for two touchdowns and visiting Virginia Tech posted the upset.

No. 9 Texas A&M 73, Lamar 7: The game in College Station started 2 hours, 5 minutes late because of a lightning delay. No. 10 Baylor 70, Northwestern State 6: Backup quarterback Seth Russell threw for 438 yards and five touchdowns for the host Bears (2-0).

No. 11 UCLA 42, Memphis 35:

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NO. 14 Southern Cal 13, No. 13 Stanford 10: J.R. Tavai forced a fumble on Stanford's last procession to clinch the Trojans' (2-0) road win against thp flarrtinal 1-1

No. 15 Mississippi 41, Vanderbilt3: Bo Wallace threw for 320 yards and a touchdown for the host Rebels (2-0).

No. 16 Notre Dame 31, Michigan 0: Everett Golson threw three touchdown passes for the Fighting Irish (2-0).

No. 17 Arizona State 58, New Mexico 23: Taylor Kelly threw for two touchdowns and ran for another and D.J. Foster rushed for a career-high 216 yards for the visiting Sun Devils (2-0).

No. 18 Wisconsin 37, Western Illinois 3: Tanner McEvoy overcame a slow start to throw for three touchdowns and run for another for the host Badgers (1-1).

No. 19 Nebraska 31, McNeese State 24: Ameer Abdullah scored on a 58-yard pass with 20 seconds left to win the game for the host Huskers (2-0).

No. 20 Kansas State 32, Iowa State 28: Jake Waters ran for an 8-yard touchdown with 1:30 left to give KSU (2-0) the win.

No. 21 North Carolina 31, san Diego stste 27:

No. 21 South Carolina 33, East Carolina 23: Mike Davis ran for 101 yards and two Gamecocks (1-1).

No. 23 Clemson 73, South Carolina State 7: ColeStoudt threw for 302 yards and the host Tigers (1-1) scored their highest point total in 33 years.

No. 24 Missouri 49, Toledo 24: Maty Mauk threw for 325 yards and five touchdowns for the visiting Tigers (2-0).

No. 25 Louisville 66, Murray State 21: Louisville backup quarterback Reggie Bonnafon ran for two touchdowns and passed for another to lead the host Cardinals (2-0).

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