Week 4 of the college football season is loaded with must-see matchups around the country in the Pac-12, Big Ten and SEC, and we’ve got you covered with all of Saturday’s action!
Kicking things off, Cincinnati is playing host to No. FOX’s “Big noon Kickoff” will feature the 16th Oklahoma Sooners. Find all the action here.
Elsewhere, No. The Big House was the venue for Michigan’s 31-7 victory over Rutgers. The top-10 will play several more games, including No. 6 Ohio State, No. 7 Penn State, No. 9 Notre Dame, No. All eyes will be on the No. The 19th Colorado team will be without its two-way star
Travis Hunter who received an unwarranted roughness penalty in the first half of the matchup last week against the rival Colorado state. Hunter suffered a lacerated liver after taking a late shot to the chest that will reportedly keep him out for three to four weeks.Another huge matchup to keep an eye on is No. No. 15 Ole Miss vs. No. 13 Alabama, which dropped out of the top 10 of The Associated Press poll this week for the first time since 2015 — the last year the Rebels defeated the Tide.
Here are the top moments!
Rutgers at No. 2 Michigan
Rutgers was first on the board when QB Gavin Wimsatt linked up with receiver Christian Dremel, who turned the completion into a 69-yard score to give the Scarlet Knights an early lead, 7-0.
Rutgers QB Gavin Wimsatt connects with Christian Dremel on 69-yard TD
Michigan knotted things up late in the first quarter with a 2-yard score from star running back Blake Corum. Then, the Wolverines took a 14-7 lead into halftime after a dazzling 18-yard touchdown from wideout Samaj Morgan — his first collegiate score.
Michigan QB J.J. McCarthy finds Semaj Morgan for 18-yard TD
The Scarlet Knights went for it on fourth down, but Wimsatt’s pass was intercepted by Mike Sainristil, who took it all the way to the house for a 71-yard TD giving Michigan a 24-7 lead.
Mike Sainristil intercepts Gavin Wimsatt and takes it to the house
No. 4 Florida State at Clemson
Kalen Deloach tied it up late in the third quarter with a 56-yard fumble return TD after sacking QB Cade Klubnik.
No. 19 Colorado at No. 10 Oregon
(12:30 p.m. ET)19
(12:30 p.m. ET on FOX)22
(12:30 p.m. ET)15
Ole Miss Rebels
Alabama Crimson Tide
(4:30 p.m. ET on FOX)14
Oregon State Beavers
Washington State Cougars
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Ohio State Buckeyes
Notre Dame Fighting Irish
(4:30 p.m. ET)24
Penn State Nittany Lions
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