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How the college football AP Top 25 fared: No. 4 Notre Dame knocks off No. 1 Clemson in double OT

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Notre Dame running back Kyren Williams (23) fends off Clemson Tigers safety Nolan Turner (24) on his way to a touchdown during the first quarter of an NCAA college football game Saturday, Nov. 7, 2020, in South Bend, Ind.

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Here’s a look at this week’s college football games featuring teams ranked in the Associated Press Top 25. Scores will be updated throughout the day on Friday and Saturday as games are completed.

No. 4 Notre Dame 47, No. 1 Clemson 40: The Fighting Irish scored in the final minute of regulation in a back-and-forth game to force overtime. Notre Dame got the upper hand in double overtime, scoring on a 3-yard Kyren Williams run — his third score of the night — then forced a turnover on downs on Clemson’s possession to pull off the upset win.

No. 3 Ohio State 49, Rutgers 27: The Buckeyes stayed perfect (3-0) by building a 35-3 halftime lead, as quarterback Justin Fields threw for 314 yards and accounted for six touchdowns.

No. 8 Florida 44, No. 5 Georgia 28: The Gators pulled away in the second quarter and got the win in the Top 10 matchup. Kyle Trask threw for 474 yards and four touchdowns in the victory.

No. 6 Cincinnati 38, Houston 10: In what was seen as a potentially tough task for the Bearcats, they passed it with flying colors, as they led throughout.

No. 7 Texas A&M 48, South Carolina 3: The Aggies overwhelmed the Gamecocks from the start behind a 224-yard, four touchdown passing day from Kellen Mond.

No. 9 BYU 51, No. 21 Boise State 17: The Cougars improved to 8-0 on the year, as Zach Wilson completed 21 of 27 passes for 359 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another score in the blowout victory over a ranked opponent.

Purdue (2-0) at No. 10 Wisconsin (1-0), CANCELED

No. 11 Miami 44, N.C. State 41: The Hurricanes (6-1) rallied in the fourth quarter for the win, behind a big performance from D’Eriq King — 430 passing yards and five touchdowns, to go with 105 rushing yards.

No. 12 Oregon 35, Stanford 14: The Ducks opened their 2020 season with a victory, scoring a pair of third-quarter touchdowns to break open a close game.

No. 13 Indiana 38, No. 23 Michigan 21: The Hoosiers used a strong second quarter to pull away from the Wolverines. Michael Penix Jr. threw for 342 yards and three touchdowns in the win.

No. 14 Oklahoma State 20, Kansas State 18: In a close game throughout, the Cowboys went ahead with 6:32 to play. The Wildcats scored a touchdown with 2:08 to go but failed on their 2-point conversion attempt.

No. 15 Coastal Carolina 23, South Alabama 6: The Chanticleers scored a pair of first-quarter touchdowns, then used a stout defensive effort to keep South Alabama from trying to rally as Coastal Carolina stayed unbeaten (7-0).

No. 16 Marshall 51, UMass 10: The Thundering Herd steadily increased its lead throughout the game and got the sizable win.

No. 17 Iowa State 38, Baylor 31: The Cyclones overcame an early 14-0 deficit to rally past the Bears. Iowa State, which got three touchdowns from Breece Hall, scored four straight touchdowns in the second half to take control.

No. 18 SMU 47, Temple 23: The Mustangs led by just four entering the fourth quarter but dominated the final frame to get the win.

No. 19 Oklahoma 62, Kansas 3: The Sooners scored 31 points in each half to cruise past the lowly Jayhawks.

No. 20 USC 28, Arizona State 27: The Trojans trailed for a good chunk of the day but scored two touchdowns over the course of just 92 seconds late in the fourth quarter to grab the victory.

No. 22 Texas 17, West Virginia 13: The Longhorns did just enough to get the win in a low-scoring affair. Longhorns quarterback Sam Ehlinger threw for two touchdowns.

No. 25 Liberty 38, Virginia Tech 35: Alex Barbir made a 51-yard field goal with a second remaining to give the Flames the win over the Power Five Hokies.

BYES: No. 2 Alabama (6-0), No. 24 Auburn (4-2)