—Lamar Jackson, Louisville, accounted for 479 yards and seven TDs , helping the No. 3 Cardinals breeze past Marshall 59-28.
—Dalvin Cook, Florida State, rushed for a career-high 267 yards and two TDs, helping the 13th-ranked Seminoles rout previously unbeaten South Florida 55-35.
—Jerry Louie-McGee, Montana, had a school-record 21 catches for 155 yards and two TDs in a 42-41 loss to Cal Poly.
—D’Eriq King, Houston, caught a touchdown pass, threw for a TD and returned a kickoff for another score to help the No. 6 Cougars cruise to a 64-3 victory over Texas State.
—Amba Etta-Tawo, Syracuse, caught 12 passes for a school-record 270 yards and two TDs to help the Orange beat UConn 31-24.
—Joshua Dobbs, Tennessee, accounted for five second-half TDs and 399 yards overall, helping the No. 14 Vols overcome a 21-point deficit to beat No. 19 Florida 38-28.
—Jeremy McNichols, Boise, State, ran for 208 yards and scored four TDs in the Bronco’s 38-24 win over Oregon State.
—Drew Lock, Missouri, threw for 402 yards and a school record-tying five TD passes in a 79-0 rout of Delaware State.
— Nick Shafnisky, Lehigh, threw for 461 yards and four TDs in a 42-28 win over Princeton.
—Mitch Trubisky, North Carolina, threw for career highs of 453 yards and five TDs to lift the Tar Heels to a 37-36 victory over Pittsburgh.
WILD SEC FINISH
Gus Malzahn was ready to try anything to get a win for his Auburn Tigers.
Malzahn relinquished offensive play-calling duties. Following his daughters’ advice, he traded his usual game-day visor for a cap. And then, when the clock expired and LSU players were celebrating an apparent last-second win, the Auburn coach put all his faith in a ruling he couldn’t control.
Daniel Carlson kicked six field goals and Auburn beat No. 18 LSU 18-13 after officials ruled Danny Etling’s apparent last-gasp scoring pass came after time expired .
Etling rolled to his right and found D.J. Shark in the back of the end zone on a 15-yard pass, setting off a short-lived celebration by LSU players.
The celebration shifted to the Auburn sideline and the similarly dramatic turn in emotions.
Tennessee delivered the comeback this time, taking out 11 years’ worth of frustration on Florida in the process.
Joshua Dobbs accounted for five second-half touchdowns and No. 14 Tennessee erased a 21-point deficit to beat No. 19 Florida 38-28 and end their 11-game losing streak in the annual series.
It is Tennessee’s first win Florida since 2004. The Volunteers had lost to Florida by one point each of the last two years despite leading in the fourth quarter of both games.
Florida was so confident it would continue the streak that Gators cornerback Quincy Wilson boldly said this week that “nobody has ever seen a duck pull a truck. Florida Gators are going to win, simple as that.”
Tennessee silenced the Gators by reeling off 38 consecutive points.
Michigan quarterback Wilton Speight took a beating last week against Colorado. This week, he spent most of the day standing back and watching his teammates do all the work.
De’Veon Smith led an overwhelming ground game with 107 yards rushing and a touchdown and Karan Higdon ran for two scores and No. 4 Michigan routed Penn State 49-10 in both teams’ Big Ten opener.
Michigan (4-0, 1-0 Big Ten) finished with 326 yards rushing and scored six of its seven touchdowns on the ground. Five different backs scored on the ground.
15_Straight losses to FBS teams by Western Illinois before upsetting Northern Illinois 28-23.
31_Deficit by Tulsa before rallying for a 48-41 victory over Fresno State, the largest comeback in school history.
37_Years since Chattanooga opened a season 4-0 before this year .
47_Completions by Montana’s Brady Gustafson in a 42-41 loss to Cal Poly, breaking the school record.
79_Points in Missouri’s shutout of Delaware State, beating the school record by 10 points.
Compiled by AP College Football Writer John Marshall.