Week 10 of the 2023 college football season is here, and we’ve got you covered with all of Saturday’s must-see moments!
Elsewhere in the early window, top-ranked Ohio State took down Big Ten foe Rutgers, No. 10 Ole Miss survived Texas A&M in an all-important SEC West tilt and No. 15 Notre Dame suffered a road upset at the hands of unranked Clemson.
A handful of ranked teams are currently in action, including No. 11 Penn State, No. 2 Georgia vs. No. 12 Mizzou, No. 9 Oklahoma vs. No. 22 Oklahoma State. Later, No. 5 Washington, No. 20 USC, No. 14 LSU and No. 8 Alabama take the field.
Here are the top moments!
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Ole Miss was first on the board with a 9-yard score from star running back Quinshon Judkins midway through the first quarter that was set up by a beautiful 39-yard connection between QB Jaxson Dart and wideout Tre Harris.
Judkins continued to put in some serious work to give the Rebels good field position. His 18-yard pickup early in the second quarter set up another Dart-Harris score — that you have to see to believe — to boost the Rebels’ lead, 14-0.
Texas A&M got on the board in the second quarter when Ole Miss’ field-goal attempt was blocked and returned 68 yards.
The Rebels fired back with a score of their own, as Dart found Jordan Watkins for a dazzling 29-yard touchdown.
All for nothing
Dart found Harris for 40-yard gain and a massive first down midway through the third quarter. That set up a perfect opportunity for Judkins’ fancy footwork to extend Ole Miss’ lead, 28-14.
Knocking on the door
Texas A&M found a rhythm in the third quarter, as QB Johnson connected with his brother Jake Johnson for a 28-yard TD.
For the win!
The Aggies added two fourth-quarter scores to bring things down to the wire, but it all came down to the final seconds when Texas A&M attempted what would have been the game-tying field goal to send things to overtime.
Instead, the Rebels came away with the win after getting a hand on the kick and denying the Aggies.
Buckeyes tight end Gee Scott Jr. had an impressive over-the-shoulder grab in the end zone to start things off for Ohio State, which took an early 7-0 lead.
On fourth-and-1 from its own 43-yard line, Rutgers opted to go for it — picking up 45 yards in the process that resulted in a field goal to close the gap slightly, 7-3.
Ohio State QB Kyle McCord was intercepted late in the second quarter by Rutgers linebacker Mohamed Toure, who was run out bounds at the 46-yard line. Rutgers capitalized on the turnover with a field goal and took a 9-7 halftime lead.
Get up there!
Rutgers fired back with a score of its own, but Ohio State had all the momentum in the second half.
Henderson grabbed a huge 65-yard gain for the Buckeyes, setting up the ensuing score. Marvin Harrison Jr. grabbed a touchdown after leaping for a pass in the end zone to push the Buckeyes ahead by 12 and help seal the win.
Going, going, gone!
Clemson RB Phil Mafah got his seventh rushing score of the year, taking the ball 41 yards to the house to give the Tigers their first score of the day and a 7-3 lead.
Hartman showed off his speed, rushing for a 26-yard touchdown late in the third quarter to cut Clemson’s lead, 31-23, but it wasn’t enough to spark a comeback, and the Fighting Irish picked up their third loss on the season.
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