Top 25 roundup: No. 21 Texas A&M topples No. 4 Florida

Seth Small scored a 26-yard field goal when time ran out to give Texas A&M No. 21 a 41-38 comeback win over Florida No. 4 on Saturday in College Station, Texas .
The Aggies (2-1) secured their first win against a top five Associated Press team in coach Jimbo Fisher's three-year tenure. The Gators' lone giveaway (2-1) - a mistake that left Malik Davis running back - cost them the game.
The Texas A&M running game proved the difference as the Aggies had 205 rushing yards total on the ground, led by Isaiah Spillers 174 yards and two touchdowns to 27 carry. Texas A&M senior quarterback Kellen Mond completed 25 of 35 passes for 338 yards and three touchdowns while Texas A&M hit a total of 543 yards on offense.
Florida's offense had no problem moving the ball during the game. Quarterback Kyle Trask completed 23 of 32 passes for 312 yards and four continuous touchdowns.
No. 1 Clemson 42, No. 7 Miami 17
Trevor Lawrence passed for 292 yards and three touchdowns and ran for a fourth as the Host Tigers defeated the Hurricanes.
Clemson went 4-0 in the overall standings and 3-0 in the Atlantic Coast Conference, while Miami (3-1, 2-1) suffered their first loss of the season. The win marked Clemson's 25th straight home win, extending the nation's longest active home winning streak.
Lawrence made 29 of 41 passes, and Travis Etienne, who ran back, had 17 runs for 149 yards and two touchdowns, including a 72-yarder with 7:56 in the third quarter that gave Clemson some breathing space, 28-10.
No. 2 Alabama 63, Ole Miss 48
Najee Harris rushed for 206 yards and a school record of five touchdowns, and Mac Jones passed for two when the Crimson Tide defeated the Rebels in an SEC shootout in Oxford, Miss.
The Crimson Tide (3-0) won 723 yards and the Rebels (1-2) had 647 for the most combined yards in an SEC game.
Jones completed 28 of 32 passes for 417 yards. One of his touchdown passes went to DeVonta Smith, who had 164 yards on 13 catches and also ran for a touchdown. Matt Corral completed 21 of 28 passes for 365 yards and two touchdowns for the rebels, who kept pace into the final minutes.
No. 3 Georgia 44, No. 14 Tennessee 21
Stetson Bennett threw for two touchdowns and ran for another to lift the Bulldogs to a win over the Volunteers in a Southeastern Conference competition in Athens, Ga.
Georgia (3-0, 3-0) allowed only 71 yards and four first defeats after half-time, which made up a 21:17 half-time deficit with 27 unanswered points. The Bulldogs kept the volunteers (2-1, 2-1) down to minus 1 yard in 27 rushes.
Bennett completed 16 of 27 passes for 238 yards without a break. Volunteer quarterback Jarrett Guarantano made 23 of 36 passes for 215 yards with one interception. He was released five times.
# 5 Notre Dame 42, Florida State 26
Ian Book tossed two touchdown passes and rushed another, Kyren Williams added two quick touchdowns, and the Fighting Irish battled for a victory over the Seminoles in South Bend, Ind.
Chris Tyree also hurried with a touchdown for Notre Dame (3-0, 2-0 ACC), which won its 21st home game in a row. It's the longest home winning streak for the Fighting Irish since they won 28 straight wins from 1942 to 1950.
Jordan Travis completed 13 of 24 passes for 204 yards and a touchdown on his first start for Florida State (1-3, 0-3). Travis was the third quarterback to start for the Seminoles this season. The book ended with 201 yards while 16 of 25 throws were being performed, but the Fighting Irish Ground Game made all the difference. Notre Dame ended up with 42 transfers for 353 yards, an average of 8.4 yards per attempt.
No. 8 North Carolina 56, No. 19 Virginia Tech 45
Michael Carter rushed for 214 yards and two touchdowns and the tar heels caused 656 yards of attack in a win over the Hokies at the Atlantic Coast Conference in Chapel Hill, N.C.
Javonte Williams, Dyami Brown and Dazz Newsome also scored two touchdowns apiece for the Tar Heels (3-0, 3-0 ACC). Williams rushed 20 runs for 169 yards and Sam Howell completed 18 of 23 passes for 257 yards and three touchdowns.
Hokies starter Braxton Burmeister completed 7 of 15 passes for 79 yards and added 51 rushing yards before making way for Hendon Hooker. Virginia Tech, who ran back Khalil Herbert, who came in as the nation's leading rusher, ran 18 runs long 138 yards.
No. 13 Auburn 30, Arkansas 28
Anders Carlson scored a 39-yard field goal seven seconds from time, and hosts Tigers survived four touchdown passes from Feleipe Franks to defeat the Razorbacks.
Tiger's quarterback Bo Nix passed for 187 yards and a touchdown and also scored a quick touchdown. Freshman tank Bigsby rushed for 146 yards while Anthony Schwartz caught 10 passes for 100 yards and a touchdown for Auburn (2-1).
Franks passed for 318 yards while De'Vion Warren caught five passes for 95 yards and two touchdowns for Arkansas (1-2).
No. 15 BYU 27, UTSA 20
Zach Wilson threw two touchdown passes and ran for another, leading the Cougars to a win over the Roadrunners in Provo, Utah.
The Roadrunners made it interesting by keeping the highest-scoring Cougars at the lowest level of the season and doing a rally in the fourth quarter. But BYU was able to hold out and remain unbeaten at 4-0.
The Cougars held the nation's leading rusher, UTSA's STSere McCormick, with eleven runs to 42 yards. But backup quarterback Lowell Narcisse, a second-quarter substitute, threw 229 yards and two points when the Roadrunners hit back (3-2) in the fourth quarter.
Missouri 45, No. 17 LSU 41
Connor Bazelak went past for 406 yards and four touchdowns, and Missouri took advantage of a last-minute stand to piss off LSU in a Southeastern Conference game in Columbia, Missouri.
Bazelak threw Chance Luper a 69-yard close to set up a 5-yard touchdown pass for Niko Hea and give Missouri (1-2, 1-2 SEC) the victory points at 5:18.
The LSU (1-2, 1-2) drove to a first-and-goal on 1, but won no yards on two rushes and threw two incompleteness, with the ball being turned back to downs 16 seconds before the end. Myles Brennan completed 29 of 48 passes for 430 yards and four touchdowns for the LSU, who did not convert any of their 10 third-down opportunities.
Oklahoma 53, No. 22 Texas 45 (4 OT)
Tre Brown intercepted Sam Ehlinger's pass in the end zone in the fourth overtime to help the Sooners to a wild quadruple overtime win over the Longhorns at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas.
Ehlinger had raised the Longhorns late and made two touchdown runs in the last five minutes of regulation. He was superb in the overtime for the most part until the Sooners' dormant defenses finally made major stops in the third and fourth overtime.
After neither team scored a goal in the third overtime, Drake Stoops caught a 25-yard touchdown pass and Spencer Rattler found Theo Wease for the two-point conversion to push the Longhorns' back against the wall.
No. 24 Iowa State 31, Texas Tech 15
Brock Purdy threw two touchdown passes, Breece Hall rushed to score two, and the Cyclones defense put the brackets on the Red Raiders' strong offensive in a win in Ames, Iowa.
Purdy made 32 of 43 attempts to pass for 302 yards. He had no interception. He split his completions among 11 different receivers, led by Xavier Hutchinson's nine receivers for 77 yards. Hall, the Big 12's lead rusher, who started on Saturday, won 135 yards in 27 runs.
Texas Tech (1-3, 0-3) went into the game averaging 512 yards and finished ninth in the nation but only rallied 270 against the Cyclones.
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