Rough week

A recap of Saturday's college football action: TCU, A&M get wins, but other Texas schools falter

Sam Ehlinger and the Texas Longhorns fell short against Oklahoma. Richard Rodriguez/Getty Images

Saturday NCAA Football Recap: Upsets for Top 10 Schools and Throughout Texas

Rough game day in Texas. Take a look back at the biggest upsets of the day:

Arizona State 13, Washington 7

The Sun Devils dominated the field with impenetrable defense. Missed field goals and a slow-moving offense kept the Huskies shut out until well into the fourth quarter.

LSU 27, Auburn 23

Strong second half defense and special teams plays made the way for LSU to iron out a major victory over Auburn in Saturday’s nail-biter game. Tough break for the Auburn Tigers who were off to a decent start early on.

TCU 26, Kansas State 6

The Horned Frogs were unstoppable in their win over Kansas State. Despite a 3-hour weather delay in Kansas, TCU pulled ahead early in the game, ending the first quarter with a 10-0 lead. The Wildcats got on the board with two field goals in the first and second quarters but still proved no match for the Horned Frogs.

Texas A&M 19, Florida 17

Daniel LaCamera kicked four field goals as the Aggies picked up a tough win on the road against Florida.

Oklahoma 29, Texas 24

The Sooners kept their playoff dreams alive after a narrow victory over Texas in the Red River Showdown.

West Virginia 46, Texas Tech 35

Quarterback Will Grier led his teammates to a show-stopping finish against the Red Raiders. Scoring four touchdowns in the second half, the Mountaineers earned their first victory over an AP Top 25 team in 10 tries since 2014.

Oklahoma State 59, Baylor 16

Oklahoma State took advantage of Baylor’s precipitous fall from last year in a display of pure offensive dominance. OSU Quarterback Mason Rudolph led his team to a school-record 747 yards in this spectacular win over Baylor.

Tulsa 45, Houston 17

Houston left stunned after a brutal defeat against Tulsa. Tough loss for the Cougars who held on until being shutout in the third quarter.


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