School football: Michigan beats Army in two OTs; Clemson tops Texas A&M

Jake Moody made a 43-yard field objective and No. 7 Michigan constrained and recouped a bumble to hang on for a 24-21 twofold additional time prevail upon Army on Saturday in Ann Arbor, Mich.

The Wolverines (2-0) didn't lead until the second additional period and would have lost toward the part of the bargain the Black Knights (1-1) if Cole Talley made a 50-yard kick that cruised just to one side of the goal line.
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It denoted the second continuous year the U.S. Military Academy almost beat a main 10 group without precedent for in excess of 50 years. The Black Knights pushed No. 5 Oklahoma into additional time out and about a year ago before losing 28-21. Armed force had won 10 out of a column since, a run that school football's best program scarcely ceased.

"The whole football match-up we committed errors upsettingly — punishments, and turnovers, and turnovers on downs," Michigan mentor Jim Harbaugh said. "The barrier was not in the best positions, however they played incredible."

In extra time at the calm Big House, Black Knights quarterback Kelvin Hopkins kept running for a thumbs up, six-yard touchdown and Michigan broadened the game with Zach Charbonnet's third touchdown. Hopkins was sacked and lost a bungle to part of the bargain the subsequent additional time.

Michigan turned the ball over on downs twice in the fourth, incorporating from the get-go in the quarter when Harbaugh could have kicked a thumbs up, 36-yard field objective.

The Black Knights seemed to have the more grounded and more astute group for a great part of the evening, running their triple choice offense successfully and committing less errors.
Armed force's Sandon McCoy scored on a one-yard touchdown in the opening quarter after Patterson lost a bobble on his first drive. The Wolverines replied with Charbonnet's two-yard touchdown on the following belonging to maneuver into a 7-all tie.

Michigan running back Ben VanSumeren lost a bumble and the Black Knights exploited, proceeding on Hopkins' one-yard TD run.

Hopkins tossed a less than ideal pass on third-and-five from the Michigan five-yard line and Lavert Hill captured it right off the bat in the second from last quarter. Michigan benefited as much as possible from the open door with the ball, topping a 12-play drive with Charbonnet's one-yard touchdown run and maneuvered into a 14-all tie.

at No. 1 Clemson 24, No. 12 Texas A&M 10: Trevor Lawrence tossed for one touchdown and kept running for another, and the Tigers (2-0) won their record-tying seventeenth straight game with a ruling triumph over the Aggies (1-1) in Clemson, S.C.

Texas A&M discussed an annoyed all week and figured to be the sternest test left for the protecting national victors. Rather, Clemson deliberately made plays, extended drives and forced A&M junior quarterback Kellen Mond into a terrible appearing.

The unequivocal success tied the Tigers' best-at any point keep running of achievement that traversed the 2014 and 2015 seasons. It likewise left a noteworthy inquiry in school football: Who can stop these folks?

Clemson will be a twofold digit most loved the remainder of the normal season in its go after a fifth straight Atlantic Coast Conference title and College Football Playoff billet.

at No. 2 Alabama 62, New Mexico State 10: Tua Tagovailoa go for three touchdowns and ran 25 yards for a fourth, all in the main half as the Crimson Tide (2-0) moved to a triumph over the Aggies (0-2).
Alabama was set for the races beginning with the game's first play, when Henry Ruggs III gathered a horizontal and dashed 75 yards for a touchdown. It didn't show signs of improvement for New Mexico State after that in sweltering conditions that added to a large number of void seats at Bryant-Denny Stadium.

Blood red Tide wide collector Jerry Jeudy tied the school record with three touchdown gets, covering 21, 23 and 19 yards. He got eight goes for 103 yards in his second in a row major game.

at No. 3 Georgia 63, Murray State 17: D'Andre Swift kept running for two touchdowns, Jake Fromm tossed for 166 yards and a score, and the Bullldogs loosened up in the subsequent quarter while in transit to a victory of the Racers of the Football Championship Subdivision.

With temperatures moving into the mid-90s, Georgia got off to a drowsy beginning and went to the second quarter tied at 7 in the wake of surrendering a long touchdown go to Murray State. In any case, the Bulldogs at long last ejected for a 35-point blast in the subsequent period.

Fromm and the vast majority of the starters had the option to take the remainder of a vacation day, allowing Georgia to give a portion of its young prospects their first broad playing time.

at No. 5 Ohio State 42, Cincinnati 0: Justin Fields go for two touchdowns and kept running for two additional scores as the Buckeyes shut out the Bearcats. J.K. Dobbins scrambled for 141 yards and two touchdowns — all in the principal half — as Ohio State (2-0) destroyed Cincinnati in Luke Fickell's arrival to Ohio Stadium. The third-year Bearcats mentor played at Ohio State and afterward went through years on the other sideline as an associate, and interval mentor in 2011.

The Bearcats (1-1) came in with certainty following an opening week prevail upon UCLA, however their odds of beating Ohio State without precedent for a long time started to scatter when Justin Fields hastened up for the center for a seven-yard touchdown keep running on the Buckeyes' second drive of the game. By halftime it was 28-0.
The Ohio State guard held down Cincinnati and shut the entryway with a blocked field objective, a capture and bumble for a touchback on the three events the Bearcats compromised. The Buckeyes sacked quarterback Desmond Ritter multiple times.

at No. 17 Wisconsin 61, Central Michigan 0: Jonathan Taylor scrambled for three touchdowns and got another, Quintez Cephus scored his initial two touchdowns of the period, and the Badgers traveled past the Chippewas.

While Wisconsin (2-0) had 599 yards of all out offense, Central Michigan (1-1) oversaw only 58 yards and three first downs. Chippewas quarterback Quinten Dormady finished five of 12 goes for 36 yards and was picked off by Badgers linebacker Jack Sanborn.

Cephus completed with six gatherings for 130 yards — both profession highs — and tied a lifelong high with his two scores.

The lesser wide collector did not play a year ago in the wake of being removed from school following rape charges. He was vindicated by a jury a month ago, restored by school authorities and was administered scholastically qualified for a week ago's opener at South Florida. Cephus had three gets for 39 yards in the Badgers' 49-0 triumph a week ago.

Taylor had 102 yards on the ground, outperforming the 100-yard hurrying imprint for the 24th time in 29 profession games.

at No. 20 Iowa 30, Rutgers 0: Nate Stanley tossed for 236 yards and three touchdowns as the Hawkeyes won their Big Ten opener. New Jersey local Ihmir Smith-Marsette got two touchdown goes for Iowa (2-0, 1-0 Big Ten), which permitted only 14 points in two games in front of one week from now's contention standoff at No. 25 Iowa State.

Stanley discovered Smith-Marsette and Tyrone Tracy for first-half touchdowns to enable Iowa to take a 20-0 lead at the break. Stanley at that point associated with Smith-Marsette from 23 yards out to make it 27-0. Smith-Marsette completed with 113 yards accepting.

Iowa's barrier covered Rutgers (1-1, 0-1), which scored 48 points in its opener over UMass. The Scarlet Knights increased only 125 yards, punted multiple times and turned it more than multiple times.

at Maryland 63, No. 21 Syracuse 20: Josh Jackson tossed for 296 yards and three touchdowns to stay another productive hostile execution by the Terrapins, who scored 42 first-half focuses in a shockingly unbalanced game.

Anthony McFarland Jr. kept running for two scores and got a six-yard TD go from Jackson during a shining first half in which the Terrapins amassed 397 yards and fabricated an important lead against an Orange group (1-1) falling off a season-opening shutout of Liberty.

In the wake of beating Howard 79-0 in their first game under mentor Michael Locksley, the Terrapins (2-0) thought of a great reprise against a profoundly respected adversary.

The 63 points were the most ever by Maryland against a positioned adversary. Despite the fact that Locksley facilitated up after a 64-yard touchdown kept running by Javon Leake from the get-go in the second from last quarter, the Terrapins completed with 650 yards. This denotes the first run through throughout the entire existence of the program that Maryland has scored in any event 56 in progressive games.

In different games Saturday:

— Kenny Pickett go for a profession high 321 yards, including a 74-yard touchdown to Maurice Ffrench, to lead Pittsburgh to a 20-10 win over visiting Ohio. Pickett finished 26 of 37 passes.

— Kelly Bryant tossed three touchdown passes, Missouri held modifying West Virginia to 171 yards of complete offense, and the Tigers moved to a 38-7 triumph in their home opener.

— Malik Knowles had 99 getting yards and two touchdown gets and Skylar Thompson tossed for 151 yards and a couple of touchdowns as Kansas State beat visiting Bowling Green 52-0.

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