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How the College Football Playoff Top 25 fared: LSU knocks off No. 6 Florida, Utah upsets No. 21 Colorado

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LSU’s Cade York (36) celebrates after kicking a field goal against Florida in the final minute of an NCAA college football game Saturday, Dec. 12, 2020, in Gainesville, Fla. LSU won 37-34.

John Raoux, Associated Press

All games Saturday. All times MST.

No. 1 Alabama 52, Arkansas 3: The Crimson Tide broke the game open in the second quarter and came away with the convincing win. Brian Robinson Jr. punched in three touchdowns to lead the way.

No. 4 Ohio State (5-0) vs. Michigan (2-4), CANCELED

No. 5 Texas A&M (7-1) vs. Ole Miss (4-4), POSTPONED

LSU 37, No. 6 Florida 34: Cade York made a 57-yard field goal with 23 seconds left and the defending national champions who have struggled this season knocked off a Florida team that still had College Football Playoff hopes. Max Johnson threw for 239 yards and three touchdowns for the Tigers.

No. 8 Cincinnati (8-0) at No. 24 Tulsa (6-1), CANCELED

No. 9 Georgia 49, No. 25 Missouri 14: The Bulldogs got an early lead and then broke things open in the third quarter to run away with victory. JT Daniels threw for 299 yards and three touchdowns in the win.

No. 17 North Carolina 62, No. 10 Miami 26: The Tar Heels opened up a big lead early and cruised to the win. Michael Carter and Javonte Williams combined for 544 yards and five touchdowns on the ground to lead North Carolina.

No. 11 Oklahoma (7-2) at West Virginia (5-4), CANCELED

No. 12 Indiana (6-1) vs. Purdue (2-4), CANCELED

No. 13 Coastal Carolina 42, Troy 38: Down by three with just 1:20 left after Troy scored, Coastal Carolina went 75 yards for a touchdown in just 45 seconds to rally and the Trojans could not respond as the Chanticleers preserved their perfect season. Grayson McCall threw for 338 yards and three touchdowns for Coastal in the win.

No. 14 Northwestern 28, Illinois 10: Down 3-0 at the end of the first quarter, the Wildcats did all of their damage in the second and third frames using a balanced attack and held the Fighting Illini scoreless in that time to get the win.

No. 15 USC 43, UCLA 38: In a wild final minute, UCLA took the lead on a field goal with 52 seconds left, but USC scored a touchdown with 16 seconds remaining to retake the advantage, and the Bruins couldn’t respond. Kedon Slovis threw for 344 yards and five touchdowns in the win, including that game-winner.

No. 16 Iowa 28, Wisconsin 7: Iowa scored in each quarter and its defense held the Badgers to just one touchdown in the win. Spencer Petras and Ihmir Smith-Marsette connected for two touchdowns.

No. 18 BYU 28, San Diego State 14: In a tight game most of the way, BYU finally got some separation partway through the fourth quarter and got the win. Cougar quarterback Zach Wilson threw for 310 yards and three touchdowns to lead the way.

No. 20 Texas (6-3) at Kansas (0-9), CANCELED

Utah 38, No. 21 Colorado 21: A Utah team that has struggled mightily to close out games this season got the upset victory by outscoring the Buffaloes 14-0 in the fourth quarter. Up by six with just under five minutes to play, the Utes stopped a Colorado fourth down and then Ty Jordan took the first play of ensuing drive 66 yards to the house to all but seal the deal. Jordan finished the day with 147 yards on 17 carries with two touchdowns for Utah.

No. 22 Oklahoma State 42, Baylor 3: Oklahoma State scored the first 35 points of the game and cruised to the win. Spencer Sanders and Dillon Stoner connected for three touchdowns and Dominic Richardson scored the other three on the ground.

Byes: No. 2 Notre Dame, No. 3 Clemson, No. 7 Iowa State, No. 19 Louisiana, No. 23 NC State