College football scores: Top 25 schedule, stats, TV info for Week 8 – USA TODAY

  • October 23, 2022

College football’s biggest teams continue their 2022 seasons during Saturday’s Week 8 action. Here’s a rundown of the day. 
Briefly: Ohio State quarterback C.J. Stroud threw for 286 yards and four touchdowns and the defense sacked Iowa’s quarterbacks five times, forced six turnovers and held the Hawkeyes to offense to 158 yards.
One highlight to know: Nice hurdle by Ohio State tight end Cade Stover.
🚨 TE Hurdle 🚨@OhioStateFB pic.twitter.com/amIZC2nxqJ
Briefly: Heisman hopeful Hendon Hooker threw for 276 yards and three touchdown leading the Volunteers to victory over an overmatched Tennessee-Martin from the Championship Subdivision. The Volunteers had 696 yards of total offense
One highlight to know: Prentice Fant works the trickeration to perfection on a 66-yard pass to Jalin Hyatt for the touchdown.
🗣 “𝑂ℎ 𝑎𝑛𝑑 𝐻𝐸 𝐶𝐴𝑁 𝑃𝐴𝑆𝑆‼️”@Vol_Football x 📺 @SECNetwork pic.twitter.com/fHYqILxDkt
Briefly: It’s wasn’t pretty but Clemson earned its 38th consecutive home victory with a comeback defeat of Syracuse. The Tigers trailed 21-10 in the third quarter and replaced quarterback D.J. Uiagalelei with freshman Cade Klubnik. They responded with two touchdown drives including the go-ahead carry by Will Shipley, who finished with 172 yards and two scores. R.J. Mickens intercepted Garrett Schrader in the final minute to secure the victory.
One highlight to watch: Shipley breaks free for the go-ahead touchdown in the fourth quarter.
Good vision/patience by Will Shipley to find daylight and take it the distance! He’s rebounded well after the fumble.

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Briefly: Bryce Young passed for 249 yards and two touchdowns and Alabama’s defense continued its domination of Mississippi State. The Crimson Tide rebounded from their first loss of the season at Tennessee. Alabama defenders got a measure of redemption after giving up more points than any Alabama team since 1907.
One highlight to watch: Young buys time and finds JoJo Earle for the game’s first touchdown.
No hurry at all from Young as he dials up a 31-yard touchdown to JoJo Earle.

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Briefly: Jayden Daniels ran for three touchdowns and passed for two scores, and LSU roared back from an early two-touchdown deficit to hand Mississippi its first loss this season. The performance gave the dynamic Daniels the LSU record for touchdowns rushing in a season by a quarterback with nine. 
One highlight to watch: Daniels runs for his third touchdown of the game to lock up the win. 
5 TOTAL TDS FOR JAYDEN DANIELS 😤

QB1 was putting on a SHOW in LSU’s upset over No. 7 Ole Miss pic.twitter.com/1ilIe1vXJB
Kickoff: 8 p.m.
TV: FS1
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What to know: Kansas State QB Adrian Martinez is one of only two FBS quarterbacks with a minimum of 100 passing attempts who has yet to throw an interception. And K-State is the only team that has not been picked off once. Having All-America running back Deuce Vaughn in the same backfield has helped deflect some of the attention from Martinez, which in turn has benefited both players. Vaughn is second in the Big 12 in rushing with 110.2 yards per game and Martinez is fifth at 91.0 with nine touchdowns. Martinez has completed 62.3% of his passes for 900 yards and four scores. — Arne Green, Topeka Capital-Journal
Briefly: Bo Nix threw for 278 yards and five touchdowns and Oregon handed UCLA its first loss of the season. The win extended Oregon’s winning streak at Autzen Stadium to 23 games, matching a school record. It is the third-best active home streak in the nation. The Ducks have won six in a row since a season-opening loss to Georgia and are the lone remaining undefeated team in Pac-12 conference play.
One highlight to watch: Nix finds Troy Franklin open deep for a long touchdown in the first half.
Air it out, @BoNix10

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Briefly: Spencer Sanders threw for 391 yards and hit Bryson Green with the game-winning touchdown pass with just over three minutes left, and Oklahoma State rallied past Texas. Green’s 41-yard touchdown came when he caught the ball on a slant, broke out of D’Shawn Jamison’s grasp just inside the 35 and made a move on Jerrin Thompson to break into the open field. The Cowboys intercepted quarterback Quinn Ewers on the final two possessions by the Longhorns after the score by Green to seal the victory.
One highlight to watch: Green sheds the Texas defense to make the game-winning score.
Briefly: Sam Hartman threw five touchdown passes and ran for another score to lead Wake Forest past Boston College. The Demon Deacons looked crisp in their third consecutive victory. All of Hartman’s touchdown throws – including two to both Taylor Morin and Jahmal Banks – were to receivers already in the end zone. He completed 25 of 40 passes for 313 yards.
One highlight to watch: Hartman finds Jahmal Banks for his fifth touchdown pass of the game.
Jahmal Banks GROWN MAN TD catch! 😤

His 2nd on the day and the SIXTH total TD for Hartman! 🎩@WakeFB | #ACCFootball

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Briefly: Sean Clifford threw four touchdown passes as Penn State bounced from its first loss with an emphatic home win. After a slow start, Clifford threw darts over the middle to tight ends Tyler Warren and Theo Johnson on back-to-back possessions in the second quarter to put the Nittany Lions ahead for good. Nick Singleton added two touchdown runs and Paker Washington and Mitchell Tinsley caught scoring passes in the second half.
One highlight to watch: Penn State starts second half with a leaping touchdown catch by Washington.
PARKER WASHINGTON FLOATED TO THE BALL 😱 pic.twitter.com/yozSmEI2xE
Briefly: Ryan Coe kicked a school-record five field goals, including a season-long 52-yarder, and Cincinnati broke up a game-tying two-point play in the closing minutes to hold off SMU for its sixth consecutive win. Tyler Lavine scored on a 1-yard plunge with 1:57 pulled the Mustangs within two, but Preston Stone’s 2-point conversion pass intended for Roderick Daniels Jr. was incomplete and the Bearcats earned their sixth consecutive win.
One highlight to watch: Charles McClellan breaks free for a 76-yard touchdown.
CINCINNATI!! CHARLES MCCLELLAND 76 YARDS TO THE HOUSE! pic.twitter.com/Rtm3uY6x3N
Briefly: Tulane scored the game’s first 35 points and cruised to is fifth consecutive victory and stayed unbeaten in American Athletic play. Tyjae Spears had 125 yards rushing and one touchdown.

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