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Scott, No. 25 Ole Miss roll over Texas 44-23
JIM VERTUNO, AP Sports Writer
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Jeff Scott ran for 164 yards and a touchdown and also scored on a 73-yard punt return, helping No. 25 Mississippi roll over reeling Texas 44-23 on Saturday night.
Bo Wallace passed for two touchdowns and ran another for the Rebels (3-0), who led 14-0 midway through the first quarter before Texas scored 23 straight points.
The Rebels rallied when Andrew Ritter kicked a 52-yard field goal on the last play of the first half and Wallace directed consecutive touchdown drives in the third quarter. Scott eluded six tacklers on a weaving, cross-field touchdown return that put the Rebels ahead 37-23 late in the third.
Texas, which gave up 550 yards rushing a week earlier in a loss to BYU, surrendered 274 on the ground to Ole Miss.
Case McCoy started at quarterback for Texas (1-2) in place of injured David Ash. McCoy passed for 196 yards and one touchdown.
Denker, Carey lead Arizona past UTSA 38-13
BOB BAUM, AP Sports Writer
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — B.J. Denker ran for two touchdowns and passed for another, leading Arizona past outmatched UTSA 38-13 Saturday night.
Denker, the senior who won the offseason competition to succeed Matt Scott at quarterback, had TD runs of 35 and 1 yards and threw 13 yards to Samajie Grant for another score.
Ka'Deem Carey carried 27 times for 128 yards, including touchdown runs of 4 and 7 yards. Denker had 10 rushes for 90 yards and completed 14 of 21 passes for 158 yards with no interceptions.
Arizona improved to 3-0 against a soft early schedule, beating Northern Arizona, UNLV and UTSA by a combined 131-26.
Eric Soza completed 30 of 46 passes for 277 yards with one interception for the Roadrunners (1-2). He also fumbled the ball away.
UTSA, formerly known best as Texas-San Antonio, is in just its third season of college football.
Bama outscores Aggies
UNDATED (AP) — Top-ranked Alabama went into College Station this afternoon and immediately handed No. 6 Texas A&M a 14-0 lead. The Crimson Tide took over the game after that, scoring 35 consecutive points to avenge their only loss of last season.
AJ McCarron threw for four touchdowns and the Crimson Tide gained 568 total yards in a 49-42 triumph at No. 6 Texas A&M. The Tide spotted the Aggies a 14-0 lead but found themselves ahead 35-14 after Vinnie Sunseri returned a Johnny Manziel (man-ZEHL') interception 73 yards for a TD early in the second half.
The interception was one of few mistakes made by Manziel, who threw for a career-high 464 yards and five TDs. The reigning Heisman Trophy winner also ran for 98 yards on 14 carries.
Incarnate Word gets record 69-0 blowout of Texas College
SAN ANTONIO (AP) — In a record-setting performance, the University of the Incarnate Word rolled over visiting Texas College on Saturday night, 69-0 at Benson Stadium for football program's first win as a member of NCAA Division One.
The Cardinals (1-1) scored a touchdown on eight of their first 10 possessions en route to a school-record 69 points while also posting the first shutout in school history. Senior fullback Matt Bass led the scoring with three touchdowns, two rushing and one receiving. UIW racked up 525 total yards of offense and held the NAIA Steers (0-2) to just 71 total yards.
Incarnate Word only began its football program in 2009, and is seeking its first winning season. The school made headlines last month when it hired Heisman Trophy-winning former University of Texas star Ricky Williams as an assistant coach.
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