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How the college football AP Top 10 fared

Brigham Young Cougars wide receiver Neil Pau’u (2) celebrates a touchdown with teammates.
Brigham Young Cougars wide receiver Neil Pau’u (2) celebrates a touchdown with teammates as BYU and Boise State play a college football game at Albertsons Stadium in Boise on Friday, Nov. 6, 2020. BYU won 51-17.
Scott G Winterton, Deseret News

All games are on Saturday unless otherwise noted. This story will be updated throughout the day.

Texas A&M 41, No. 1 Alabama 38: Seth Small made a 28-yard field goal as time expired and the Aggies upset the Crimson Tide. Texas A&M led by 10 after the first quarter and 14 at halftime before Alabama crept its way back in and ultimately took the lead with five minutes to play. The Aggies responded two minutes later to tie things up, however, and then got a stop on defense, setting up the game-winning drive. Zach Calzada went 21 of 31 for 285 yards passing with three touchdowns against one interception for Texas A&M.

No. 2 Georgia 34, No. 18 Auburn 10: The Bulldogs outscored the Tigers 24-0 in the second and fourth quarters, which was the difference in the final score. Stetson Bennett threw for two touchdowns and Zamir White ran for two more in the win.

No. 3 Iowa 23, No. 4 Penn State 20: In the marquee game of the week, Iowa used four interceptions to come back from an early deficit and get the win. The Hawkeyes outscored the Nittany Lions 10-0 in the fourth quarter. Spencer Petras finished with two touchdown passes in the win, including a 44-yarder with 6:26 to play that wound up being the game winner.

No. 5 Cincinnati 52, Temple 3 (Friday): Up 17-3 at halftime, Cincinnati outscored Temple 28-0 in the third quarter to break the game wide open. Desmond Ridder threw for 259 yards and three touchdowns while Jerome Ford rushed for 149 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Bearcats.

No. 6 Oklahoma 55, No. 21 Texas 48: Down 28-7 at the end of the first quarter and 41-30 entering the fourth, the Sooners rallied for the rivalry win in Dallas, scoring the game-winning touchdown inside of 10 seconds to play on a 33-yard run from Kennedy Brooks. He finished with 217 rushing yards and two touchdowns, while Caleb Williams added 212 passing yards and two touchdowns in replacement of preseason Heisman favorite Spencer Rattler.

No. 7 Ohio State 66, Maryland 17: Maryland scored the first three points of the day but then Ohio State scored the next 21 and cruised to the win. Buckeyes quarterback C.J. Stroud lit up the scoreboard, throwing for 406 yards and five touchdowns to lead the winning side.

No. 9 Michigan 32, Nebraska 29: In a back and forth game, Jake Moody made a 39-yard field goal with 1:24 to break a tie, and it ultimately gave the Wolverines the win. Cade McNamara threw for 255 yards, and Hassan Haskins and Blake Corum combined for 212 rushing yards and three touchdowns in the win.

Boise State 26, No. 10 BYU 17: BYU scored the first 10 points of the game but then Boise State scored the next 23 and sealed the deal in the fourth quarter as the Cougars committed four turnovers on the day.