Saturday's Major College Football Scores

The Associated Press
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Listed below are Saturday's college football scores from around the country.
EAST
Albany (NY) 31, Bryant 14
Army 34, Boston College 31
Brown 17, Rhode Island 7
Dartmouth 34, Yale 14
Fordham 38, Georgetown 31
Harvard 45, Cornell 13
Holy Cross 13, Bucknell 6
Lehigh 35, Columbia 14
Maine 26, Delaware 3
Penn St. 39, Northwestern 28
Princeton 35, Lafayette 14
Richmond 28, Villanova 17


Rutgers 19, UConn 3


St. Francis (Pa.) 10, Robert Morris 3


Stony Brook 49, Charleston Southern 7


Temple 37, South Florida 28


Wagner 12, Sacred Heart 3


William & Mary 34, Penn 28


SOUTH
Alabama A&M 35, MVSU 0


Alabama St. 45, Texas Southern 0


Alcorn St. 20, Southern U. 17


Appalachian St. 35, Elon 23


Arkansas 24, Auburn 7


Bethune-Cookman 28, NC A&T 12


Boise St. 40, Southern Miss. 14


Clemson 47, Georgia Tech 31


Dayton 38, Davidson 3


Delaware St. 20, Norfolk St. 17


Duke 42, Virginia 17


Florida 14, LSU 6


Georgia Southern 45, W. Carolina 13


Howard 17, Florida A&M 10


Jacksonville 38, Morehead St. 17


Jacksonville St. 37, Tennessee Tech 28


James Madison 13, Towson 10


Liberty 42, Gardner-Webb 35


Louisiana Tech 58, UNLV 31


Louisiana-Lafayette 41, Tulane 13


Louisiana-Monroe 31, Middle Tennessee 17


Maryland 19, Wake Forest 14


Memphis 14, Rice 10


Mississippi St. 27, Kentucky 14


Morgan St. 45, Savannah St. 6


Murray St. 52, Austin Peay 14


NC Central 40, SC State 10


NC State 17, Florida St. 16


New Hampshire 44, Georgia St. 21


North Carolina 48, Virginia Tech 34


Northwestern St. 30, Lamar 23


Samford 38, The Citadel 7


South Carolina 35, Georgia 7


Tennessee St. 23, E. Kentucky 20


Texas A&M 30, Mississippi 27


Tulsa 45, Marshall 38


UAB 52, SE Louisiana 3


UT-Martin 51, E. Illinois 37


VMI 17, Presbyterian 7


Wofford 20, Furman 17


MIDWEST
Bowling Green 24, Akron 10


Butler 56, Valparaiso 17


Cincinnati 52, Miami (Ohio) 14


Drake 38, San Diego 10


Indiana St. 31, Missouri St. 17


Kansas St. 56, Kansas 16


Kent St. 41, E. Michigan 14


Michigan 44, Purdue 13


Michigan St. 31, Indiana 27


N. Dakota St. 48, Youngstown St. 7


N. Illinois 35, Ball St. 23


Notre Dame 41, Miami 3


Ohio 38, Buffalo 31


Ohio St. 63, Nebraska 38


S. Illinois 17, Illinois St. 0


Toledo 50, Cent. Michigan 35


Vanderbilt 19, Missouri 15


W. Illinois 24, South Dakota 17


W. Michigan 52, UMass 14


Wisconsin 31, Illinois 14


SOUTHWEST
Ark.-Pine Bluff 34, Jackson St. 24


Cent. Arkansas 34, Nicholls St. 14


Houston 44, North Texas 21


Iowa St. 37, TCU 23


Oklahoma 41, Texas Tech 20


Prairie View 31, Grambling St. 14


SMU 17, UTEP 0


Sam Houston St. 51, Stephen F. Austin 43


West Virginia 48, Texas 45


FAR WEST
California 43, UCLA 17


E. Washington 55, North Dakota 17


Fresno St. 28, Colorado St. 7


Idaho 26, New Mexico St. 18


Montana 40, N. Colorado 17


Montana St. 48, UC Davis 41


Navy 28, Air Force 21, OT


Nevada 35, Wyoming 28, OT


New Mexico 35, Texas St. 14


Oregon 52, Washington 21


Oregon St. 19, Washington St. 6


Portland St. 77, Idaho St. 10


Sacramento St. 27, S. Utah 22


San Diego St. 52, Hawaii 14


Stanford 54, Arizona 48, OT



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