End of 4th Quarter
- Birmingham, AL
Michael Vice 24 Yd pass from Liam Welch (Zach Williams Kick)
5 plays, 79 yards, 1:21
Montrell Washington 62 Yd Punt Return (Zach Williams Kick)
3 plays, -6 yards, 2:54
Zach Williams 24 Yd Field Goal
16 plays, 57 yards, 3:58
Justin Oden 10 Yd pass from Davis Shanley (Hayden Olsen Kick)
8 plays, 75 yards, 5:03
David Gist 3 Yd Run (Hayden Olsen Kick)
11 plays, 75 yards, 5:35
A.J. Toney 8 Yd pass from Liam Welch (Zach Williams Kick)
12 plays, 69 yards, 3:02
DeMarcus Ware 10 Yd Run (Zach Williams Kick)
3 plays, 56 yards, 0:50
Ty King 7 Yd pass from Liam Welch (Zach Williams Kick)
5 plays, 75 yards, 1:26
Jay Stanton 1 Yd Run (Zach Williams Kick)
2 plays, 2 yards, 0:26
Jai'Rus Creamer 11 Yd pass from Liam Welch (Zach Williams Kick)
10 plays, 43 yards, 4:03
Scenes from Saquon Barkley's Penn State homecoming
Former Penn State football legend Saquon Barkley returned to Happy Valley for their "White out" game -- and he was very busy.
Kansas State uses rushing attack to beat Nevada 38-17
— Will Howard pushed into the end zone on a 1-yard touchdown run to cap a 21-point fourth quarter, which sealed a 38-17 victory for Kansas State over Nevada on Saturday.
Oklahoma's Lincoln Riley, angling for field position vs. Nebraska, 'might have been the first coach in history' to challenge his own team's INT
Referring to Oklahoma CB D.J. Graham's one-handed interception on fourth down at the Sooner 3-yard line in Saturday's win over Nebraska, Lincoln Riley said he "might have been the first coach in history to challenge a play we got an interception on."
Will Howard wraps up Kansas State's win with another TD
Will Howard crosses goal-line for 1-yard rushing touchdown
College football today: Week 3 updates, highlights, biggest moments and more
Here are the best moments on and off the field from college football's Week 3.
Jarret Doege, West Virginia Mountaineers notch upset in front of sellout crowd, hold off No. 15 Virginia Tech Hokies
Jarret Doege threw two touchdown passes in front of a sold-out crowd, and West Virginia survived No. 15 Virginia Tech's furious rally en route to a 27-21 victory on Saturday.