College Football Week 9 Best Play: Kansas State passes by Oklahoma State.

Nine weeks of college football season kick off with more to come. Undefeated No. 2 Ohio State is No. The day started with an impressive win over 13 Penn State, and Oklahoma had a tough fight. Victory over Iowa State. Later, the 22nd Kansas State cruised with an impressive victory over the 9th Oklahoma State, with a Pac-12 slope between FS1 between 8th Oregon and Cal in Berkeley, CA. To close the night, 19th Kentucky is a strong Face off against SEC enemy Tennessee No. 3 (7pm ET) followed by a classic intrastate rivalry matchup between Michigan State University and Michigan No. 4 (7:30pm ET). Here are some popular plays on Saturday Week 9 Slate. No. 22 Kansas State 48, No. 9 Oklahoma State 0The well-to-do K-State took the first possession, running 77 yards in nine games. Will Howard unlocked the rocket to Kade Warner in the lower left for the Wildcats’ early TD. 2’s up! Deuce Vaughn plays OK State’s defense against the Wildcats’ next possession, Deuce K-states up 14. Moves the screen to the end zone Warner receives a screen pass to the end zone and 41 yards in the second quarter, giving the Wildcats a lead 28-0. The Double Deuce K-State running back scored the second touchdown of the game. Just before the first half, the Wildcats started the break with a 35-0 lead. K-State is still scoring. The Wildcats extended the lead 48-0 early in the fourth quarter when DJ Giddens ran to score from 9 yards. No. 8 Oregon 42, Cal 24 Nix for 6!Oregon QB Bo Nix has been playing the best football of his college life until recently. It was just right for him to record his game’s first TD. Bo Nix executed it for a 4-yard touchdown, giving Oregon a 7-3 lead. At 7-3 leads. Bo againOregon’s quarterback maintained his ball for the second rushing touchdown of the day and the 10th rushing TD of the season, giving Ducks a 14-10 lead. Bucky Ducky Touchdown Nix linked a short pass with Bucky Irving. The receiver changed to this goal. Oregon’s Noah Whittington made it easy to see when he switched his short yard reception to a 30-yard touchdown to extend the Ducks’ lead to 28-10. Bo-trickNix did as much damage with his legs as he did with his arms. He rushed for the third touchdown of the day early in the fourth quarter, helping the Ducks lead 35-10. Carl’s back? Monroe Young’s touchdown catch narrowed Oregon’s lead to 35-17 midway through the fourth quarter. No. 2 Ohio State 44, No. 13 Penn State 31Make it look easy CJ Stroud and Marvin Harrison Jr. have become one of America’s best QB-WR duos. The duo tied for a 37-yard pass play from Buckeyes’ first possession. OSU attacked the Ohio’s defense first, beating Penn State QB Sean Clifford second in the first quarter. This set RB Miyan Williams’ 4 yard touchdown run, giving the Buckeyes a 10-0 lead. Put it in the drive. Parker Washington of Penn State has a fast WR screen at home on 58 yards catch and run. The big score led Penn State to 10-7 in the second quarter. Happy in the Valley Nittany Lions felt the home crowd go wild in the middle of the second quarter as they opened the scoring. Clifford linked up with KeAndre Lambert-Smith and raised a TD from 23 yards to 14-10. On the defensive side, Penn State held strong with the Buckeyes at the end of the first half and timed out into halftime with a 14-13 lead Williams was limited in the second half after an injury in the first half, but Ohio has a lot of tough runners. TreVeyon Henderson carved his name into the TD column early in the fourth quarter to put OSU back in the lead with a 41-yard camper. OSU followed Henderson’s rush minutes later and scored again from a penny 24 yards from Stroud to Cade Stover. .CJ Stroud connects with Cade Stover in a 24-yard TD. CJ Stroud connects with Cade Stover at 24 yards TD. Because the Ohio State Buckeyes increased the lead to 30-21. Following a field goal from Two For TreVeyon Penn State, the Buckeyes got the ball back and got to work immediately. Henderson took the handoff and cruised for a 7-yard touchdown run. The score is led by Ohio State University 36-24, followed by TreVeyon Henderson’s 7-yard rushing TD TD by Ohio State University 36-24. Have a good day! Before this play, JT Tuimoloau had a tip pass leading to a sack, forced dumble, INT, INT and 2 fumble recovery. He decorated his amazing day cake with another intercept. This time I took it back in the opposite direction for TD to dominate the game. Ohio State expands the lead after JT Tuimoloau removes Sean Clifford. The Ohio State Buckeyes led Penn State 44-24 after JT Tuimoloau picked Sean Clifford and took him to the horseshoe for TD. A former top-ranked recruit, Tuimolau was the first FBS player of the century to record two interceptions, two hilts, a forced dumble and a fumble recovery in the same game. Oklahoma 27, Iowa State 13Made ya look!41-yard FG in the first quarter Lined up for what seemed to be another transition from the early two-yard line. But OU had other plans. Schmit waltzed into the end zone after a clever fake gave him an open lane to the pylon. TD led OU 10-3 in the second quarter. Open Open! I can’t explain how Jalil Farooq got this for free behind Iowa State’s defense, but there is video evidence that it happened. Farooq snatched 41 yards from Dillon Gabriel, leading Oklahoma 20-6. Cyclone Watch! Cyclones climbed to under 7 in 12 plays, a 53-yard drive. Hunter Dekkers completed a 15-yard pass to Jaylin Noel, making it 20-13. Miami beat Virginia 14-12 without a single touchdown in four overtime games. area . The highlight TD catch gave the Bulldogs a 21-0 lead. Coming-up: No. 19 Kentucky at No. 3 Tennessee (7pm ET) 19 Kentucky Wildcats UK +10.5 +300 o63 3 Tennessee Volunteers TENN -10.5 -455 u63 Michigan State at No. 4 Michigan (7:30 PM ET) MSU Michigan State +2 MSU +700 o55 4 Michigan Wolverines MICH -22.5 -1667 u55 Get more from College Football Follow your favorites for information on games, news and more.
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