Home Health and Sports Notre Dame Records victory over Florida State

Notre Dame Records victory over Florida State

Notre Dame pulled out a 41-38 overtime victory over Florida State late Sunday night.

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — over Florida State No. 9 Notre Dame pulled out a 41-38 overtime victory late Sunday night.

Notre Dame quarterback Jack Coan completed 26-of-35 passes for 366 yards and four touchdowns.Jonathan Doerer’s 41-yard field goal in overtime won it.

Playing a road game on its home field, No. 2 OKLAHOMA 40, TULANE 35: Spencer Rattler passed for 304 yards and a touchdown and No. 2 Oklahoma, narrowly avoided a shocking upset by holding on for a victory over Tulane.

No. 1 Alabama opened its season with a rout of Miami behind four touchdown passes from Bryce Young in his first college start. Looking very much like a team capable of making another run at a national title, with a 94-yard touchdown pass to Jameson Williams early in the third quarter. The sophomore from Southern California completed 27 of 38 for 344 yards, hooking up with Cameron Latu on a pair of scoring plays and burying the Hurricanes. NO. 1 ALABAMA 44, NO. 14 MIAMI 14.

NO. 5 GEORGIA 10, NO. 3 CLEMSON 3: The Bulldogs held the Tigers to 2 yards rushing and sacked D.J. Uiagalelei seven times to position themselves for a run at the College Football Playoffs. Christopher Smith returned an interception 74 yards for a touchdown and Georgia turned in a defensive effort for the ages, toppling Clemson.

MONTANA 13, NO. 20 WASHINGTON 7: Montana quarterback Cam Humphrey scored on a 4-yard run early in the fourth quarter, and the Grizzlies added a short field goal with 2:54 left to take a six-point lead. Montana became the first FCS team to upset a ranked FBS team in five years, shocking Washington.

NO. 6 TEXAS A&M 41, KENT STATE 10: Devon Achane added two scores to Texas A&M beat Kent State, Leon O’Neal Jr. had two interceptions, returning the second one 85 yards for a touchdown.

NO. 7 IOWA STATE 16, NORTHERN IOWA 10: Iowa State staved off upset-minded Northern Iowa to avoid becoming the just the second top-10 team to lose to a team from Division I’s second-tier. Datrone Young had a big interception with 2:05 left in the fourth quarter.

NO. 11 OREGON 31, FRESNO STATE 24: with 2:57 left and Oregon beat Fresno State, Anthony Brown scored on a 30-yard quarterback keeper.

NO. 13 FLORIDA 35, FLORIDA ATLANTIC 14: Two interceptions in Florida’s victory over Florida Atlantic, Emory Jones’ first career start included a touchdown pass.

NO. 15 SOUTHERN CAL 30, SAN JOSE STATE 7: Greg Johnson returned a late interception 37 yards for a touchdown, Drake London caught a career-high 12 passes for 137 yards and Southern California pulled away to beat San Jose State.

UCLA 38, NO. 16 LSU 26: Zach Charbonnet added 117 rushing yards and a score and UCLA beat LSU. Dorian Thompson-Robinson threw for 260 yards and three touchdowns.

NO. 18 CINCINNATI 49, MIAMI OF OHIO 14: Cincinnati beat Miami of Ohio, Desmond Ridder was 20 of 25 for 295 yards and four touchdowns.

NO. 18 IOWA 34, NO. 17 INDIANA 6: Iowa intercepted three of Michael Penix, Jr.’s passes and had a fourth wiped out by a roughing-the-passer call. Riley Moss returned two first-half interceptions for touchdowns and Iowa beat Indiana.

NO. 21 TEXAS 38, NO. 23 LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE 18: Leading Texas past Louisiana-Lafayette in coach Steve Sarkisian’s Longhorns debut, Bijan Robinson scored twice and Hudson Card threw two touchdown passes in his first career start.

MARYLAND 30, WEST VIRGINIA 24: With his brother Tua on the sideline watching, Tagovailoa threw touchdown passes of 66 yards to Dontay Demus, 18 yards to Chigoziem Okonkwo — and then a 60-yarder to Rakim Jarrett in the fourth quarter that gave the Terrapins (1-0) a 30-21 lead. Taulia Tagovailoa threw for 332 yards and three touchdowns, Maryland topped turnover-prone West Virginia.

Michael bringing a sharp sense of humor and unchallenged sports andfitness knowledge to the desk. The California native is also an unabashed fan of her hometown teams, namely the the Los Angeles Lakers and Bruins of UCLA (where she also attended college). Email: [email protected]

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here