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09/12/14 - Marquise WilliamsrJr/2016, North Carolina, 6-2, 215 (DS#20 QB)
North Carolina's offense alternated between sputtering and potent, its defense between porous and opportunistic. When things finally came together in one dramatic flurry, the No. 23 Tar Heels were finally on their way to a season-opening win. Marquise Williams accounted for four touchdowns while Jeff Schoettmer returned an interception for a score during their game-turning spurt, helping the Tar Heels beat Liberty 56-29 on Saturday night.

Schoettmer's 19-yard return came during a run of four touchdowns in fewer than 4 minutes, which jolted the Tar Heels out of a sluggish and mistake-prone performance in the season opener. "When we're rolling, man, we're a scary football team as you can see," Williams said. "As a football team, there's always going to be adversity in the game. It's how you're going to overcome it." Liberty led 22-21 with about 6 minutes left in the third quarter before Williams found Mack Hollins for a 33-yard scoring pass. - AP Sports

09/12/14 - Jacoby BrissettrJr/2016, North Carolina State, 6-3, 236 (DS#11 QB)
Jacoby Brissett had gone almost two years without playing in a regular season game. His return was worth the wait. Brissett threw for 291 yards and three second-half touchdowns to help North Carolina State beat Georgia Southern 24-23 on Saturday in the season opener for both teams. Brissett, a transfer from Florida who sat out last season because of NCAA transfer rules, shook off a slow start to throw touchdown passes on the Wolfpack's final two drives. He completed 14 of 16 passes for 136 yards on those possessions. "My adrenaline was pumping a little bit too much the first game back," Brissett said. "But the team stayed around me, and we came out and played and finished a great game." Brissett connected with Matt Dayes on a 35-yard touchdown pass down the right sideline for the go-ahead score with 1:37 left. Georgia Southern had one last chance, but Kevin Ellison's fourth-down pass from his own 28 fell incomplete with 1:02 left. - AP Sports

09/12/14 - Jahwan EdwardsSr/2015, Ball State, 5-10, 219 (DS#18 RB)
Jahwan Edwards rushed for 109 yards and a touchdown and Ozzie Mann threw for two more as Ball State defeated Colgate 30-10 on Saturday. Horactio Banks had 13 carries for 134 yards for the Cardinals (1-0). KeVonn Mabon finished with 11 receptions for 110 yards and a touchdown. Ball State led 13-0 early in the second quarter as Scott Secor kicked two field goals and Mann found Mabon for a 34-yard score in between.

Colgate (0-1) cut the deficit to six with a 4-yard touchdown run by James Travellin. Mann responded with a late 19-yard touchdown pass to Aaron Hepp, giving Ball State a 20-7 halftime lead. Edwards added some cushion for the Cardinals with a 4-yard score in the third quarter. Mann finished 20 of 32 for 203 yards with an interception. Colgate converted just 2 of 13 third downs while John Quazza had six catches for 92 yards. - AP Sports

09/12/14 - J.T. BarrettrFr/2018, Ohio State, 6-1, 222 (DS#5 QB)
There might come a time when Ohio State coach Urban Meyer expands his offensive playbook to include various long passes, reverses and bootlegs. Until his young quarterback gains confidence and his line grows up, the No. 5 Buckeyes will likely count on the kind of conservative game plan that proved good enough to beat Navy 34-17 Saturday. Redshirt freshman J.T. Barrett threw for 226 yards and two touchdowns in his college debut as Ohio State earned its 25th consecutive regular-season victory. "The best thing about this game," Meyer said, "is we won it and it's in our rearview mirror."

Elevated into a starting role after senior Braxton Miller injured his right shoulder two weeks ago, Barrett went 12 for 15 - including an 80-yard TD pass to Devin Smith that put the Buckeyes up 20-14 with 4:10 left in the third quarter. "I thought J.T. did OK," Meyer said. "He was good. I never felt he was rattled." Ohio State (1-0) managed only two field goals in the first half. Although Barrett threw an ill-advised interception, he wasn't entirely to blame for the poor showing. - AP Sports

09/12/14 - Justin ThomasrSo/2017, Georgia Tech, 5-11, 185 (DS#999 QB)
Quarterback Justin Thomas gave himself a mixed review in his first start for Georgia Tech. "In the first half I overthrew guys a little bit," he said. "In the second half I calmed down and the made the throws I was supposed to." Thomas had 353 yards of total offense and DeAndre Smelter caught two third-quarter touchdown passes in Georgia Tech's 38-19 victory over Wofford in both team's season opener on Saturday. Thomas went 11 of 15 for 282 yards and completed his last eight passes for 250 yards to help the Yellow Jackets hold off the pesky Terriers.

Coach Paul Johnson wasn't surprised that Wofford, of the FCS Southern Conference, was a tough draw after watching film of the Terriers giving South Carolina and Clemson fits in recent years before losing. "The nature of the way they play, if you don't convert on third downs and score touchdowns, you might not get the ball back for seven or eight minutes," Johnson said. "What it does is put an unbelievable amount of pressure on you from a play-calling standpoint (because) it's hard to take chances sometimes." - AP Sports

09/12/14 - Brett HundleyrJr/2016, UCLA, 6-3, 227 (DS#2 QB)
Brett Hundley was all smiles, mostly because of his defense. Seventh-ranked UCLA scored three defensive touchdowns in the second quarter Saturday and Hundley led them on a critical second-half scoring drive as the Bruins escaped Virginia 28-20 in the opener for both teams. "Sometimes a game like this might be good to get our team understanding that every game we have to come with it," the quarterback said. "We have to understand what we train for and we have to do it. ... We have a lot of stuff to work on."

Hundley, widely regarded as one of the nation's top quarterbacks, was harassed all day by Virginia's pressure defense, which sacked him five times, and made the biggest play of the day for UCLA with his feet. It came on a 6-yard touchdown run late in the third quarter when safety Quin Blanding met him around the 3 yard-line, and Hundley overpowered him. "Great players made plays when they need to be made," Bruins coach Jim Mora Jr. said. - AP Sports

09/12/14 - Kwabena AsanterSr/2015, Monmouth (NJ), 5-10, 215 (DS#999 RB)
Kwabena Asante scored four touchdowns as Monmouth racked up its most points in a season opener to steamroll Delaware State 52-21 on Saturday. Asante became the first Big South player to score four TDs in a season opener. He had scoring runs of 7, 13 and 14 yards as well as an 18-yard TD pass from Brandon Hill. Asante rushed for 155 yards on 22 carries and had two catches for 27 yards; Hill completed 23 of 36 passes for 218 yards and two touchdowns. The Hawks, up 28-21 at halftime, broke away with a 21-point third quarter, beginning when Lavon Chaney returned the second-half kickoff 60 yards. Asante capped the six-play drive with his fourth TD, a 14-yard run. Monmouth held Delaware State to 29 yards rushing - just 1 in the first half. Gilbert Rivera was intercepted twice and the Hornets converted only 2 of 12 third downs. - AP Sports

09/12/14 - Jordan HowardSo/2017, UAB, 6-1, 228 (DS#44 RB)
Cody Clements passed for two touchdowns and ran for another, while Jordan Howard rushed for two more in helping the University of Alabama-Birmingham beat Troy University 48-10 on Saturday. UAB of the Conference USA-East, opened its 2014 season and the Bill Clark era by falling behind Troy 7-0, but the Blazers rattled off 24-straight points before halftime behind Clements' and Howard's efforts. "It's a good start. I'm definitely proud of these guys," Clark said of getting his first UAB win. "We know what kind of program Troy has, and we have a lot of respect for them."

Howard routinely shredded the Trojan defense en route to 74 first-half rushing yards and UAB's first score, a 2-yard touchdown run. Clements, making his first start for UAB, then sandwiched a 34-yard field goal by Ty Long with a pair of touchdown passes to Kennard Backman to put UAB up 24-7. Ryan Kay cut the UAB lead to 24-10 with a 47-yard Trojan field goal as time expired in the first half. - AP Sports

09/12/14 - John CrockettrSr/2015, North Dakota State, 6-0, 215 (DS#43 RB)
North Dakota State lost 12 starters and its head coach from a team that won a third straight FCS championship last season. It might not make any difference. One week into a new season, the Bison look just as efficient as ever under new coach Chris Klieman. John Crockett ran for 138 yards and three touchdowns, including an 80-yard burst that helped turn the game around, and North Dakota State beat Iowa State 34-14 on Saturday for its 25th straight victory. With their power running game and a sharp performance from quarterback Carson Wentz, the Bison rallied from a 14-0 deficit for their fifth consecutive victory against FBS competition. "We're not holding back on anyone," Wentz said. "We're going to keep this team rolling." Crockett charged through a hole in the middle of the line, cut to his right and sped 80 yards for his team's first touchdown early in the second quarter - the longest run of his career. That seemed to inspire the Bison, who seized control of the line of scrimmage and dominated from then on, outgaining Iowa State 503-253. - AP Sports

09/12/14 - Frankie WilliamsrJr/2016, Purdue, 5-09, 189 (DS#59 CB)
Frankie Williams produced three big plays - an interception return and two punt returns - to set up 17 points and Purdue snapped a 12-game losing streak against FBS competition Saturday with a 43-34 victory over Western Michigan. Jarvion Franklin's two touchdown runs gave the Broncos a 14-10 second-quarter lead, but the Boilermakers, 1-11 in 2013, scored the first half's final 13 points and never trailed again in the season opener. Purdue had not beaten an FBS opponent since defeating Indiana on Nov. 24, 2012.

Williams' 56-yard interception return in the second quarter set up quarterback Danny Etling's 4-yard touchdown run that gave the Boilermakers the lead for good, 20-14 with 5:16 remaining in the first half, ending an overall losing streak of 10 games. Williams' 27-yard punt return set up a 44-yard Paul Griggs field goal that extended the Purdue lead to 23-14 at halftime. His 36-yard punt return in the third period set up Etling's 8-yard touchdown pass to tight end Gabe Holmes, pushing the Boilermakers' advantage to 37-21. - AP Sports

09/12/14 - Tevin ColemanJr/2016, Indiana, 6-0, 210 (DS#8 RB)
After just one quarter, it was clear that Indiana Hoosiers coach Kevin Wilson has more confidence than ever in the Indiana running game. And by halftime, Hoosiers quarterback Nate Sudfeld had made so many handoffs it was strange to see him drop back to pass. Indiana rode Tevin Coleman, who rushed for a career-high 247 yards, and D'Angelo Roberts to an impressive 28-10 home win over Indiana State on Saturday. The IU backfield duo combined for 376 yards and three touchdowns on 47 carries.

Whether the Hoosiers were playing it safe because the field was wet after a rain storm delayed the start of the game 50 minutes or Wilson used the season-opener against the Football Championship Subdivision Sycamores to not reveal much of the Indiana playbook to opponents, the offensive game plan might have seemed bland on the surface. Either way, the Hoosiers are off and running. After a breakout season a year ago in which he ran for 958 yards and scored 12 touchdowns, Coleman on Saturday asserted himself early. He helped the Hoosiers grab an early hold on the contest by capping off Indiana's first drive of the game with a 13-yard touchdown run. - AP Sports

09/12/14 - Jacoby BrissettrJr/2016, North Carolina State, 6-3, 236 (DS#11 QB)
Jacoby Brissett threw for 291 yards and three second-half touchdowns to help North Carolina State beat Georgia Southern 24-23 on Saturday in the season opener for both teams. Brissett connected with Matt Dayes on a 35-yard touchdown pass down the right sideline for the go-ahead score with 1:37 left. Georgia Southern had one last chance, but Kevin Ellison's fourth-down pass from his own 28 fell incomplete with 1:02 left. Bra'Lon Cherry caught two touchdown passes for N.C. State, which trailed 17-3 at halftime and 20-10 in the fourth quarter. Ellison passed for 184 yards and rushed for 116 more to lead the Eagles. Matt Breida had a 61-yard touchdown run for Georgia Southern. It was the first game as a member of the Football Bowl Subdivision for the Eagles, who won six national championships in the Football Championship Subdivision before joining the Sun Belt Conference. - AP Sports

09/12/14 - Christian HackenbergSo/2017, Penn State, 6-4, 234 (DS#2 QB)
Penn State won a thrilling season opener with a 36-yard field goal as time expired to defeat the University of Central Florida 26-24 in front of a raucous 55,000-strong crowd in Ireland. Behind second-half replacement quarterback Justin Holman, the Knights appeared to have scored their own unlikely come-from-behind victory when Holman's 6-yard touchdown run with 1:13 left put UCF up 24-23. But Christian Hackenberg capping a 32-for-47, 454-yard performance coolly directed a seven-play drive to set up Sam Ficken's fourth successful field goal as Penn State players stormed the field in joy.

Hackenberg ran 8 yards for a first down on a 4th-down play in Penn State's own half of the field during the final drive. Saturday's win was the first for new Penn State coach James Franklin, who declared his pride in a team that wasn't rattled by the Knights' go-ahead TD. "There was only a minute or so left in the game, and I looked across the sideline and there wasn't doubt in anybody's eye. Everybody believed. They believed in Hack. They believed in Ficken," said Franklin, who bear-hugged and lifted up his kicker moments after victory. - AP Sports

09/12/14 - Braylon HeardrJr/2016, Kentucky, 5-11, 198 (DS#22 RB)
Braylon Heard's first-half touchdown runs of 73 and 43 yards spurred Kentucky to a season-opening, 59-14 rout of Tennessee-Martin on Saturday. Quarterback Patrick Towles added a TD passing and running in his first career start for Kentucky, which outgained the Skyhawks 656-398. The Wildcats' sophomore threw for 377 yards, but Kentucky's tailbacks set the tone by flying through huge holes and scoring virtually untouched. Especially Heard, the junior transfer whose yardage came on those two carries. The scores propelled Kentucky to a 35-0 halftime lead and the Wildcats never looked back. Mikel Horton also scored twice and Jojo Kemp added a TD run for Kentucky. Khalil Henderson returned a third-quarter fumble 89 yards for a score. The game's final 4 minutes were hushed after a Kentucky cheerleader was injured in a fall. She gave a thumbs-up while being carted off the field, but no further details were immediately available. - AP Sports

09/12/14 - John CrockettrSr/2015, North Dakota State, 6-0, 215 (DS#43 RB)
John Crockett ran for 138 yards and three touchdowns and FCS power North Dakota State opened the season with its 25th straight victory, beating Iowa State 34-14 on Saturday. The Bison lost 12 starters and their head coach after winning their third straight FCS championship last season, but they looked just as efficient as ever under new coach Chris Klieman, rallying from a 14-0 deficit for their fifth consecutive victory against FBS competition. Crockett charged through a hole in the middle of the line and sped 80 yards for his team's first touchdown early in the second quarter the longest run of his career and the Bison dominated from then on. Carson Wentz, the backup quarterback the last two seasons, showed impressive poise as he picked apart an inexperienced Iowa State defense and finished 18 of 28 for 204 yards with no interceptions. - AP Sports

09/12/14 - Jake RudockrJr/2016, Iowa, 6-3, 208 (DS#14 QB)
Jake Rudock threw for 250 yards and two touchdowns and Iowa hung to beat Northern Iowa 31-23 on Saturday. Kevonte Martin-Manley added eight catches for the Hawkeyes (1-0), who survived despite allowing 203 yards receiving to Panthers running back David Johnson. Iowa moved ahead by eight with 6:50 left on a 12-yard touchdown reception from Rudock to Damond Powell. Greg Mabin's late interception sealed the win for the Hawkeyes. Sawyer Kollmorgen had 380 yards passing for the Panthers (0-1), who fell to 1-16 against the rival Hawkeyes. The Panthers finished with a staggering 16 penalties for 128 yards. Iowa opened the second half with a slim 17-13 lead and in need of a boost on offense. - AP Sports

09/12/14 - Wes LuntrSo/2017, Illinois, 6-4, 215 (DS#5 QB)
It took a while but new quarterback Wes Lunt delivered a come-from-behind 28-17 win Saturday for Illinois over Youngstown State in a season opener. Lunt threw three late touchdowns for Illinois. The second was a 15-yarder to running back Josh Ferguson that put Illinois up for good 21-17. Lunt finished the day 24 of 38 for 285 yards and four touchdowns. He used nine different receivers. Lunt's highly anticipated debut after his transfer from Oklahoma State started slowly. The Illini had seven first downs by halftime and clung to a 7-6 lead. The Penguins took a 17-14 lead with 10:57 left in the game on a 2-yard Brian Ruiz touchdown and a 2-point conversion by quarterback Dante Nania. Ruiz finished with 32 carries for 116 yards and one touchdown. Nania was 11 of 24 for 177 yards. - AP Sports

09/12/14 - Devin GardnerrSr/2015, Michigan, 6-4, 218 (DS#6 QB)
Devin Gardner threw three touchdown passes to Devin Funchess in the first half and Michigan went on to rout Appalachian State 52-14 in the season opener on Saturday, seven years after being on the losing end of perhaps the biggest upset in college football history. The Wolverines coasted to victory after Gardner threw TD passes to Funchess on their first two drives, and connected with him for a third score late in the first half to give them a 21-0 lead. The Mountaineers matched Michigan's game-opening TD the first time they had the ball in 2007 and in a closely contested game, they became the first second-tier program to beat a Top 25 team after blocking a field goal as time expired. There wasn't much drama in the rematch. Next week, though, might be suspenseful when the Wolverines go to Notre Dame. The prime-time game will be the last scheduled matchup between the rivals because the Fighting Irish opted out of the last three games of their contract. - AP Sports

09/12/14 - James ConnerSo/2017, Pittsburgh, 6-2, 230 (DS#2 FB)
James Conner rushed for 153 yards and four first-half touchdowns as Pittsburgh ripped Delaware 62-0 on Saturday. Conner scored on runs of 7, 8, 1 and 19 yards as the Panthers opened the season with a victory for the first time under third-year coach Paul Chryst. Pitt pushed the overmatched Blue Hens around, outgaining Delaware 501-64 to post the program's first shutout in nine years. Chad Voytik completed 12 of 15 passes for 92 yards and two touchdowns in his first start, including a 12-yard strike to sophomore wide receiver Tyler Boyd that gave the Panthers a 14-0 first-quarter lead. Boyd, who set school freshman records for receptions and receiving yards last fall, left in the second quarter with a dislocated finger in his left hand. Pitt will need Boyd if it wants to make noise in the ACC's wide-open Coastal Division. His presence was hardly required on a day the Panthers dominated Delaware from the first snap to the last. - AP Sports

09/12/14 - Anu SolomonrFr/2018, Arizona, 6-2, 198 (DS#12 QB)
Arizona ran over Nevada-Las Vegas in a rout last season. The Rebels loaded up to prevent that from happening, so the Wildcats went to the air and beat them with a record-setting performance. Anu Solomon threw for 425 yards and four touchdowns in his first career start, and Arizona broke a 45-year-old school record with 787 total yards in a season-opening 58-13 rout over UNLV Friday night. "If they're going to load up in the box, you need to be able to take some shots down the field," Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez said. "We didn't hit them, but we hit some." More than some, thanks to Solomon. The redshirt freshman shook off some early-game miscues with a series of big plays to break the school freshman record for passing yards, highlighted by a 92-yard touchdown pass to Austin Hill on the first play of the second half. Terris Jones-Grigsby laid the groundwork, running for 124 yards and a touchdown in Arizona's first game in three years without two-time All-American Ka'Deem Carey. - AP Sports

09/12/14 - Dee HartrJr/2016, Colorado State, 5-09, 187 (DS#999 RB)
Dee Hart always envisioned a game where he tore up the field as a standout in the backfield. Only, he pictured it taking place in Tuscaloosa, Alabama not Denver. And wearing a Crimson uniform, not white with green. Doesn't take away from the moment. Hart, a transfer from Alabama, rushed for 139 yards and two touchdowns in his Colorado State debut to help the Rams rally for a 31-17 win over Colorado on Friday night. "(Alabama) had a lot of great running backs," said Hart, a graduate student who arrived at Colorado State's doorstep this fall. "I wanted to go somewhere where I could show what I could do." He wasn't the only one finding room to run. His teammate, Treyous Jarrells finished with 121 yards, giving the Rams two 100-yard running backs in a game for the first time since 1996. "Me and Dee have been talking about this (a one-two punch) in camp," Jarrells said. "We're going to make it happen this year."

After Colorado State trailed most of the game, Garrett Grayson put the Rams on top for good with a 16-yard TD pass to Rashard Higgins early in the fourth quarter. Hart extended the lead minutes later with a 3-yard rush as the Rams beat the Buffs for a second time in three seasons. Sefo Liufau threw for 241 yards and a pair of touchdowns to Nelson Spruce for Colorado. - AP Sports

09/12/14 - Riley DixonSr/2015, Syracuse, 6-5, 219 (DS#15 P)
Punter Riley Dixon threw a 1-yard touchdown pass to Kendall Moore on a fake field goal in the second overtime, and Syracuse stopped a 2-point try to beat Villanova 27-26 on Friday night. "I'm an athlete. I'm a competitor," said Dixon, who attended nearby Christian Brothers Academy. "It was pure joy when it went into Kendall's hands. I'm living the dream." Villanova's John Robertson connected with tailback Gary Underwood for a 9-yard touchdown strike to pull the Wildcats within one in sweltering conditions in the Carrier Dome. Villanova coach Andy Talley went for the victory with the 2-point conversion attempt, and defensive end Robert Welch stopped Robertson at the 4. "Syracuse is a great team," Robertson said. We played up to them. We played our hearts out and can use this as a learning experience." The teams traded field goals in the first overtime. Villanova's Chris Gough kicked a 25-yard field goal to tie it at 17 with 7:14 left in the fourth quarter, then missed a 25-yarder with 12 seconds left in regulation in the opener for both teams. Syracuse quarterback Terrel Hunt was ejected for punching linebacker Dillon Lucas after a 6-yard gain late in the first half. - AP Sports

09/12/14 - Brandon DoughtyrSr/2015, Western Kentucky, 6-3, 210 (DS#69 QB)
Brandon Doughty threw for a school-record 569 yards and six touchdowns to help Western Kentucky beat Bowling Green State 59-31 on Friday night in the head coaching debuts of Jeff Brohm and Dino Babers. Brohm's Hilltoppers had a school-record 702 total yards against the defending MAC champions. "Everything went extremely well. We wanted to take care of the quarterback and get completions for him and get him confidence," Brohm said. "(Doughty) also made scrambles and good plays outside the pocket. He definitely has improved his play." The Hilltoppers broke five school records in their first win as members of Conference USA.

"It was one of those games where everything seemed to go right," Brohm said. "Our receivers made tremendous plays with the ball and you couldn't have wrote the script any better. It's a great start, but it's one of 12 games. It's a great way to start the season." Along with Doughty's single-game yards, completions and touchdown marks, the 59 points were a FBS school record for most points. "I thought we played Hilltopper football and what we're supposed to be about this year," Doughty said. "We really stressed the game plan this week and we came out and executed." - AP Sports

09/12/14 - Taysom HillJr/2016, BYU, 6-2, 221 (DS#21 QB)
The UConn Huskies finished a lot better than they started in their opening loss to BYU. It was easy to do. UConn ran only one offensive play and was down 14-0 less than 10 minutes into its 35-10 loss Friday night. "They responded, battled, fought hard," coach Bob Diaco said. "From where I was standing, it looked like they were locked in and nobody gave up." The Huskies had no answer for BYU quarterback Taysom Hill. Hill threw three touchdown passes and ran for two, completing 28 of 36 passes to nine receivers without an interception. He went 17 of 20 to lead the Cougars to a 28-7 halftime advantage, and was BYU's leading rusher with 97 yards on 12 carries. "He was resilient and methodical and 28 points in the first half was ideal and that was something I was hoping to see," BYU coach Bronco Mendenhall said.

The Huskies gave up 513 yards of offense and 329 of that came before intermission. Last year, Hill ran for more than 1,300 yards and passed for just under 3,000. He capped the Cougars' opening 15-play, 75-yard drive with a 7-yard touchdown run. He then found Mitch Mathews wide open over the middle from 26 yards out, after tailback Max DeLorenzo fumbled on the Huskies' first offensive play. - AP Sports

09/12/14 - David Glasco IIrSr/2015, Texas-San Antonio, 5-10, 205 (DS#85 RB)
David Glasco II scored two first-half touchdowns to help Texas-San Antonio beat Houston 27-7 in the season opener for both teams Friday night. Glasco, who ran for 81 yards on 25 carries, scored on a 3-yard run in the first quarter after Houston punter Dylan Seibert lost 42 yards, then fumbled, setting up UTSA at the 3. Glasco added a 2-yard touchdown run in the second quarter. Jarveon Williams' 11-yard touchdown run capped a 13-play, 60-yard drive in the third quarter, and Sean Ianno kicked a 26-yard field goal after Bennett Okotcha intercepted John O'Korn's pass in Houston territory. O'Korn threw four interceptions and finished 22 of 44 for 215 yards. Ianno added a 30-yard field goal in the fourth quarter. Houston got on the board with 1:04 left on Ryan Jackson's 2-yard run. Texas-San Antonio held Houston to minus-27 yards rushing. - AP Sports

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