All games Saturday unless otherwise specified. All times MST.

No. 1 Alabama 55, LSU 17: The Crimson Tide led 21-0 at the end of the first quarter and didn’t look back, cruising to the victory. Mac Jones threw for 385 yards and four touchdowns for Alabama.

No. 2 Notre Dame 45, Syracuse 21: The Fighting Irish gained separation in the second quarter and got the win. Ian Book connected with Javon McKinley for three touchdowns in the victory.

No. 3 Clemson 45, Virginia Tech 10: Up by just a touchdown at halftime, the Tigers won the second half 28-0 to get the win. Trevor Lawrence accounted for three touchdowns in the victory, one passing and two on the ground.

No. 4 Ohio State 52, Michigan State 12: The Buckeyes returned to action and blew past the Spartans, building a 28-0 halftime lead as quarterback Justin Fields accounted for four touchdowns — two passing, two rushing.

No. 5 Texas A&M 31, Auburn 20: The Aggies played a brilliant fourth quarter to rally past the Tigers. Texas A&M scored the go-ahead with 13:31 to play, then outscored Auburn 17-0 in the final period.

No. 6 Florida 31, Tennessee 19: Kyle Trask threw for 433 yards and four touchdowns as the Gators got the victory.

No. 8 Georgia (6-2) vs. Vanderbilt (0-8), POSTPONED

No. 9 Iowa State 42, West Virginia 6: Brock Purdy threw for 247 yards and three touchdowns and added a rushing score as the Cyclones cruised past the Mountaineers and clinched a spot in the Big 12 title game.

No. 10 Miami 48, Duke 0: The Hurricanes led 21-0 at intermission and cruised to the win in the second half. D’Eriq King threw for three touchdowns and ran for another to lead the way.

No. 11 Oklahoma 27, Baylor 14: The Sooners stayed at an arm’s length throughout and ultimately got the victory. Spencer Rattler threw two touchdown passes for Oklahoma.

No. 12 Indiana 14, No. 16 Wisconsin 6: In a Big Ten showdown, the Hoosier defense was stout and Jack Tuttle threw two touchdown passes as Indiana got the win.

No. 18 Coastal Carolina 22, No. 13 BYU 17: The Chanticleers stopped the Cougars just short of the end zone as time expired to get the win.

No. 14 Northwestern (5-1) at Minnesota (2-3), CANCELED

TCU 29, No. 15 Oklahoma State 22: Another Big 12 ranked team fell, as the Horned Frogs rallied from down 16-7 at halftime for the upset. TCU scored a pair of third-quarter touchdowns, then Max Duggan hit Derius Davis for a 71-yard score with 7:56 to play for the game-winner. The Horned Frogs got a late interception in the end zone to thwart a promising Oklahoma State drive, then hold on fourth down after a TCU turnover.

No. 17 North Carolina 49, Western Carolina 9: The Tar Heels easily beat the FCS Catamounts, building a 42-3 halftime before cruising in the second half.

No. 19 Iowa 35, Illinois 21: Trailing 14-13 at halftime, the Hawkeyes scored three touchdowns to take control before the Fighting Illini added one late. Iowa’s Spencer Petras threw three touchdown passes in the win.

No. 20 USC 38, Washington State 13: Amon-Ra St. Brown and Kedon Slovis connected four times for touchdowns in the first quarter — Slovis threw five touchdowns in the game — as the Trojans stayed unbeaten by rolling past the visiting Cougars.

Rice 20, No. 21 Marshall 0: The Owls knocked off the previously unbeaten Thundering Herd, as Rice forced Marshall into five turnovers. The Owls scored their final touchdown on a pick-six in the third quarter, making it a three-score game.

Stanford 31, No. 22 Washington 26: The Cardinal led 14-0 at the end of the first quarter and 24-3 at halftime before the Huskies mounted a late comeback attempt, but it was too little too late. Austin Jones rushed for two scores to lead Stanford.

Cal 21, No. 23 Oregon 17: The Golden Bears took the lead in the third quarter and then hung on for the upset win as both teams went scoreless in the fourth frame. Chase Garbers punched a touchdown in early and then connected with Nikko Remigio from 28 yards out for the decisive score.

No. 24 Tulsa 19, Navy 6: In a game that saw just one touchdown and six field goals, the Golden Hurricane defense was stout in the win.

No. 25 Louisiana 24, Appalachian State 21: The Ragin’ Cajuns survived a wild finish that featured an intentional safety — because of long-snapping issues — and a missed field goal from Appalachian State. Louisiana took a 24-10 lead into the fourth quarter after a 15-point third.

Bye: No. 7 Cincinnati