Week 5 of College football The season is in full swing on Saturday with a few shuffles already on the books!
Elsewhere, the number 14 Ole Miss 13th straight win at home after knocking out 7th place Kentucky, Purdue drop 21 Minnesota in Minneapolis, and TCU pulled out a big disappointment about the number 18 Oklahoma in Texas.
Currently, there is a confrontation on FOX between 9th place Oklahoma State and number 16 Baylorwhile the number 2 Alabama 20 . dial Arkansas. Then the number 5 Clemson battle number 10 NC State in an important thing ACC tilt (7:30 p.m. ET).
Here are the top plays from Saturday’s action-packed Week 5 blocker!
Back and forth
The Razorbacks hit big sales in the red area early in the first quarter against Alabama.
Alabama wide Kobe Prentice delivered a 47-yard catch and run to give the Crimson Tide an early lead.
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Wolverines Receiver Ronnie Bell did a 16-yard run to put Michigan early in this competition.
Michigan scored two more goals in the second quarter to extend its 13-0 lead going into the break.
Ronnie Bell wraps up an impressive opening for Wolverines
Ronnie Bell reversed course and finished off an impressive opening that gave the Michigan Wolverines a 7-0 lead over the Iowa Hawkeyes.
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JJ McCarthy found Donovan Edwards in the back of the end area
QB JJ McCarthy found RB Donovan Edwards in the back end of the field to give the Michigan Wolverines a 20-0 lead against the Iowa Hawkeyes.
Iowa is coming
Hawkeyes avoided being closed at home after Kaleb Johnson dash into the back yard in a quick 2-yard dash.
However, that wasn’t enough to spark a comeback as the 4th-placed Wolverines went for an easy win.
Kaleb Johnson puts Iowa on the table versus Michigan
Iowa RB Kaleb Johnson goes to the end area to get the Hawkeyes on the chessboard.
Ole Miss RB Zach Evans forced through the Wildcats defense to give the Rebels an early lead, 7-0.
Into the house!
Ole Miss’ running back was shown in the first quarter. Freshman Quinshon Judkins shot 48 yards for a touch, leading 14-0 after a miss at the Kentucky field.
Barion Brown put Kentucky in, ending the first quarter with an 85-yard warm-up second leg. Big profits have given the Wildcats a big place in the arena, and they score in next play to close the gap, 14-6.
One point game
After The rebels have gained safety and scoring yet another goal in the second quarter, the Wildcats cut their deficit to 19-12 with a quick touchdown pass from Will Levis arrive Tayvion Robinson right before recess.
In the third quarter, Levis found tight ends Jordan Dingle for a score of 17 yards for an even score.
Ole Miss scored another fourth-half goal to take the lead, but Kentucky plunged down the field immediately. Brown sent the Wildcats into the red zone with less than a minute to spare, but the rebels’ defense was forced to change again to seal victory.
No. 14 Miss Seal Ole upset wins against No. 7 Kentucky
The Rebels defeated the Wildcats after Ole Miss’s Jared Ivey defeated the force and Tavius Robinson recovered.
Wisconsin soon took the lead over Illinois, thanks to a miraculous catch on the return run Isaac Guerendo.
Graham Mertz teams up with Isaac Guerendo for the 21-yard TD
Wisconsin Badgers QB Graham Mertz completed a 21-yard pass to Isaac Guerendo for a touchdown. The Badgers lead Illinois Fighting Illini 7-0.
Tommy Devito punches in QB sneaks to tie Wisconsin
Illinois was tied 7-7 with Michigan after Tommy Devito punched in a QB sneak hit.
On a roll
DeVito punches in confrontation point to put Illinois in double digits. Meanwhile, the special team unit performed brilliantly in the third quarter by recovering a game at Wisconsin fumbling in the red zone.
Go Go go!
Chase Brown extended Illinois’ lead with a 49-foot monster touchdown midway through the third round, and Fighting Illini went on to win the road.
Chase Brown out of TD for 49 yards
Illinois led Wisconsin 31-10 after Chase Brown ran for a 49-yard touchdown.
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TCU got off to a dream start in 18th place Oklahoma, taking a 17-point lead in the first quarter over the Sooners. QB Max Duggan showed his speed on the 67-yard point after tossing two previous TDs.
TCU continued to dominate and lead by 31 points at the start of the second half. Sooners QB Dillon Gabriel exit the game on Saturday after joining a big blow from TCU support service provider Jamoi Hodgewho have been excluded for targeting.
Horned Frog will end the match, 55-24.
Unranked Purdue ran 160 yards down the road to beat PJ Fleck’s 21st-ranked Golden Gophers, which was sealed with a fourth-round interception.
State No. 10 NC at No. 5 Clemson (7:30 p.m. ET)
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