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Florida State, Alabama remain 1-2 in AP poll
Florida State is No. 1 in The Associated Press college football poll, followed by Alabama, Oregon and Mississippi State. The top four teams were unchanged for the first time since late September.
Edwards: Oregon now with best chance
Oregon now No. 1; Baylor No. 4 but needs help to make playoff
New Hampshire, N. Dakota St. top 2 FCS seeds
North Dakota State will begin its quest for its fourth straight FCS national championship as the No. 2 overall seed in the playoffs.
Winston says contact with ref unintentional
Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher and quarterback Jameis Winston said there was nothing malicious about the contact between Winston and an official in the third quarter of the Seminoles' 20-17 win against Boston College.
Mariota's 4 TDs fuel Ducks' rout of Colorado
Marcus Mariota threw for 323 yards and three touchdowns and ran for 73 yards and another score in perhaps his last game at Autzen Stadium and No. 2 Oregon beat Colorado 44-10 on Saturday.
Henry, Sims lead Alabama past W. Carolina
Derrick Henry rushed for two touchdowns and scored a third on a catch, all in the first half, to lead Alabama to a 48-14 victory over Western Carolina on Saturday.
Sooners' Perine (427 yards) bests Gordon
One week after Melvin Gordon rushed for 408 yards, Oklahoma true freshman Samaje Perine eclipsed Gordon's mark with 427 yards Saturday against Kansas.
UCLA rolls past USC behind Hundley's 4 TDs
Brett Hundley passed for 326 yards and 3 touchdowns and rushed for another score, leading No. 9 UCLA past No. 19 USC 38-20 on Saturday night for the Bruins' third straight victory in the annual crosstown showdown.
No. 4 Miss. State bounces back, slams Vandy
Dak Prescott threw three touchdown passes and ran for another to lead No. 4 Mississippi State over Vanderbilt 51-0 on Saturday night.
FSU's Fisher: Doesn't matter how team wins
Following Florida State's narrow 20-17 win over Boston College and yet another frenzied fourth quarter in a season that has been defined by them, FSU coach Jimbo Fisher said it doesn't matter how his team wins -- only that it continues to find a way.