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Cyler Miles threw for 154 yards and three touchdowns, while Jeff Lindquist added two touchdowns on the ground, as the Washington Huskies knocked off the Georgia State Panthers, 45-14, in a non- conference battle at Husky Stadium.

Having felt the pangs of losing an embarrassing home game to what was believed to be a lesser opponent last year, the Temple Owls wanted to play as complete a game as they could on Saturday to set the table for play in the American Athletic Conference.

The Big Ten built its reputation over the years as a conference that favored the ground game on offense, but Minnesota took it to the extreme on Saturday.

Missouri needed one more stop and couldn't get it.

North Carolina spent the past two weeks trying to improve its tackling in hopes of slowing the East Carolina offense that rolled to big numbers in last year's lopsided win.

Bryan Bailey had 267 yards passing and threw two of his three touchdown passes in the fourth quarter to push Hampton past Division II Miles College 34-30 Saturday night.

Travis Wilson threw for 172 yards and a touchdown, helping the Utah Utes knock off the Michigan Wolverines, 26-10, in non-conference play at Michigan Stadium.

Illinois combined two touchdowns and 190 yards rushing from Jason Ferguson with the kind of desperate, second-half comeback the Illini have relied on all season to escape Texas State on Saturday, 42-35.

John Russ threw three touchdown passes and ran for another, and Mercer beat Ave Maria of the NAIA 42-21 on Saturday night.

The Washington Huskies needed a second half surge to overcome a 14-point halftime deficit to earn a 45-14 victory over Georgia State on Saturday afternoon.

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