Nov 19, 2023

Sunday Sports Headlines and Scores presented by Barton Community College

Posted Nov 19, 2023 12:36 PM

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — Will Howard threw two touchdown passes and ran for the go-ahead score, and No. 23 Kansas State took advantage of two special teams blunders by rival Kansas for a 31-27 win. It was the Wildcats' 15th consecutive victory in the Sunflower Showdown. They kept alive their chances of defending their Big 12 title in part by turning a blocked extra point into a 2-point return and a muffed punt into the go-ahead touchdown in the fourth quarter. Devin Neal ran for 138 yards and three touchdowns for the Jayhawks, who started former walk-on Cole Ballard at quarterback because of injuries.

AMES, Iowa (AP) — Quinn Ewers passed for 281 yards and two touchdowns and No. 7 Texas pulled away from Iowa State for a 26-16 victory. The win keeps the Longhorns alone atop the Big 12 standings and moves them closer to the conference championship game. Ewers completed 23 of 33 passes and C.J. Baxter rushed for 117 yards, helping Texas extend its winning streak to five after an Oct. 7 loss to Oklahoma. Rocco Becht threw for 323 yards and two touchdowns for Iowa State but the Cyclones netted only 9 yards rushing and averaged less than a half-yard per carry.

PROVO, Utah (AP) — No. 14 Oklahoma forced three turnovers and scored 21 points off those takeaways to edge BYU 31-24 on Saturday. Dillon Gabriel threw for 191 yards and a pair of touchdowns in the first half to lead Oklahoma. Gabriel did not play in the second half after suffering an upper body injury just before halftime. Gavin Sawchuk led the Sooners on the ground with 107 yards and scored the go-ahead fourth quarter touchdown. Oklahoma (9-2, 6-2 Big 12, no. 14 in CFP) kept its hopes for reaching the Big 12 championship game alive. Aidan Robbins ran for a season-high 182 yards to lead BYU. Jake Retzlaff threw for 173 yards and two touchdowns, but he also had a pair of fumbles and an interception for the Cougars (5-6, 2-6 Big 12).

HOUSTON (AP) — Alan Bowman threw for 348 yards and two touchdowns and No. 24 Oklahoma State kept its hopes of reaching the Big 12 Championship game alive with a 43-30 win over Houston. Ollie Gordon II rushed for 164 yards and three second half touchdowns for the Cowboys. Brennan Presley caught a career-high 15 passes for 189 yards for Oklahoma State. His 15 catches were the second most in a game in Oklahoma State history. Oklahoma State entered the day in a four-way tie for second place in the conference.,

LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) — Tahj Brooks ran for a career-high 182 yards while powering a game-clinching drive after E’Maurion Banks blocked a potential tying extra-point kick, and Texas Tech rallied for a 24-23 victory over UCF. Behren Morton threw for two touchdowns in the home finale as the Red Raiders won their third consecutive game in a battle for bowl eligibility. The Knights are making their Big 12 debut and will have to win at home against Houston next weekend to secure an eighth consecutive season of bowl eligibility. UCF couldn't hold a 14-0 lead.

FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — Josh Hoover threw for 412 yards with two touchdowns to tight end Jared Wiley, Emani Bailey had two long TD runs and TCU snapped a three-game losing streak with a 42-17 victory over instate rival Baylor. Wiley was wide open for catch-and-run scores of 81 and 28 yards for the 5-6 Horned Frogs. He had seven catches for 178 yards. Hoover completed 24 of 29 passes for his fourth game with at least 300 yards in five starts since taking over for injured Chandler Morris. Hoover also had his first rushing touchdown. Baylor lost its fourth game in a row to drop to 3-8.

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) — Freshman Jahiem White rushed for a season-high 204 yards, Garrett Greene ran for a career-high 154 and the pair combined for five touchdowns in West Virginia's 42-21 win over Cincinnati. West Virginia turned a matchup of two of the Big 12's top rushing teams into a one-sided affair early. The Mountaineers' seven wins are the most in a season under fifth-year coach Neal Brown. West Virginia piled up 424 yards on the ground. Greene had three touchdown runs and threw a 75-yard scoring pass to White, who also had a short TD run.

CORVALLIS, Ore. (AP) — Michael Penix Jr. threw for two touchdowns and ran for another, and No. 5 Washington remained undefeated and clinched a spot in the Pac-12 championship game with a 22-20 victory over No. 10 Oregon State on Saturday. It was the final Pac-12 game at Reser Stadium as the conference currently stands. The Pac-12 collapsed over the summer, leaving Oregon State and Washington State as the lone remaining teams. Rome Odunze caught seven passes for 106 yards and two touchdowns for the Huskies, who have won 18 straight games.

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Carson Beck threw for 298 yards and three touchdowns to lead No. 1 Georgia over No. 21 Tennessee 38-10. Dillon Bell caught five passes for 90 yards and a touchdown, and also threw an 18-yard TD pass to Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint for the Bulldogs (10-0, 8-0 Southeastern Conference). Rosemy-Jacksaint caught seven passes for 91 yards and two TDs. Georgia became the first team to go unbeaten in the SEC three years in a row since the league went to an eight-game schedule in 1992.

COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — Blake Corum scored twice in the first half, Mike Sainristil intercepted two passes, and No. 2 Michigan became the first college football program to win 1,000 games, beating Maryland 31-24. The Wolverines played again without suspended coach Jim Harbaugh, who will also be away from the sideline for next weekend’s showdown against No. 3 Ohio State. Maryland rallied from a 23-3 second-quarter deficit and several chances to take the lead. Taulia Tagovailoa was called for intentional grounding in the end zone late in the fourth quarter and the safety helped Michigan seal it.

HARRISONBURG, Va. (AP) — Kaedin Robinson barely broke the goal line with the football before it squirted out of his hands, scoring the winning touchdown in overtime as Appalachian State beat previously unbeaten and 18th-ranked James Madison 26-23. James Madison jumped ahead in overtime when Camden Wise booted a 25-yard field goal, giving the Dukes a 23-20 lead. But on third down from the 8 yard line, Appalachian State’s Joey Aguilar tossed a strike to Robinson, who made the catch at the 5 and broke two tackles before stepping on the goal line for the winning TD just before losing the ball. The loss ended James Madison 13-game winning streak.

UNDATED (AP) — This season college football fans have been told it’s Ohio against the World, Michigan vs. Everybody, Oregon vs. Them, etc. etc. With just two weeks before College Football Playoff selection Sunday, it is actually Georgia against the field. A week after toying with Mississippi at home in what was a top-10 matchup on paper only, the Bulldogs tore up No. 21 Tennessee on the road Saturday for their 28th straight victory. With the playoff approaching, there are nine teams that can consider themselves contenders. Only a few of them would even have a shot to beat the Bulldogs.

UNDATED (AP) — Even before Joe Burrow’s season-ending wrist injury was announced, the Cincinnati Bengals already were facing a challenging road in trying to get back to the playoffs for a third straight season. Without Burrow, that might be too big of a hill to climb. Thursday night’s 34-20 loss to the Baltimore Ravens evened the Bengals' record at 5-5. When Jake Browning walks into the complex on Monday to begin preparations for the Nov. 26 game against Pittsburgh, it will be for a team that is only one game out of wild-card spot. However, the Bengals are an AFC-worst 1-5 in conference games and are winless in their three division matchups. Cincinnati’s six remaining opponents — it plays the Steelers twice — are .500 or better.



Final (5)Washington 22 (10)Oregon St. 20

Final (19)Arizona 42 (16)Utah 18

Final (1)Georgia 38 (21)Tennessee 10

Final (9)Louisville 38 Miami 31

Final (17)Tulane 24 FAU 8

Final (8)Alabama 66 Chattanooga 10

Final (2)Michigan 31 Maryland 24

Final (14)Oklahoma 31 BYU 24

Final (12)Penn St. 27 Rutgers 6

Final (13)Mississippi 35 Louisiana-Monroe 3

Final (25)Liberty 49 Umass 25

Final Appalachian St. 26 (18)James Madison 23

Final Clemson 31 (22)North Carolina 20

Final (20)Notre Dame 45 Wake Forest 7

Final (24)Oklahoma St. 43 Houston 30

Final (3)Ohio St. 37 Minnesota 3

Final (6)Oregon 49 Arizona St. 13

Final (4)Florida St. 58 North Alabama 13

Final (23)Kansas St. 31 Kansas 27

Final (11)Missouri 33 Florida 31

Final (15)LSU 56 Georgia St. 14

Final (7)Texas 26 Iowa St. 16


Final (8)Creighton 82 Texas Southern 50

Final Bryant 61 (10)FAU 52


Final New York 122 Charlotte 108

Final Minnesota 121 New Orleans 120

Final Milwaukee 132 Dallas 125

Final Chicago 102 Miami 97

Final Memphis 120 San Antonio 108

Final OT Oklahoma City 130 Golden State 123


Final SO Ottawa 2 Minnesota 1

Final OT Philadelphia 4 Vegas 3

Final Nashville 4 Chicago 2

Final Tampa Bay 6 Edmonton 4

Final Carolina 4 Pittsburgh 2

Final N-Y Rangers 5 New Jersey 3

Final Winnipeg 5 Arizona 2

Final Boston 5 Montreal 2

Final SO N-Y Islanders 5 Calgary 4

Final Washington 4 Columbus 3

Final Colorado 6 Dallas 3

Final Seattle 4 Vancouver 3

Final Los Angeles 5 St. Louis 1