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.