February 26, 2024

College football Week 13 live updates: XXX

Week 13 of the college football The season is in full swing and football fans can indulge themselves with a handful of iconic, legendary matches on Saturday.

Currently, a handful of ranked teams are in action, including No. 8 Alabama, No. 15 Arizona and No. 20 Oklahoma State. Later, No. 4 Washington, No. 5 Florida State and No. 19 Kansas State will take the field.

Previously, FOX Sports’ RJ Young presented a special Live Tailgate edition of ‘The number one college football show”, as no. 3 Michigan number 2 handed over State of Ohio the first loss of the season in a close battle between these Big Ten powerhouses. Summary of all the action here. Elsewhere, Heisman Trophy hopeful QB Jayden Daniels and No. 14 LSU took down Texas A&M.

These are the top moments!

No. 8 Alabama at Auburn

Early to the top

Alabama took care of business on the opening drive, marching the ball 69 yards down the field in eight plays, with Roydell Williams running into the end zone from a few yards out to give the Crimson Tide the early lead.

Getting one back

Auburn tied the game later in the first quarter when it quickly caught Alabama’s defense on the game’s third drive. Damari Alston ran into the end zone from a few meters away and made it 7-7.

An end around it that ends up in the end zone

Ja’Varrius Johnson took advantage of a big Auburn gain on the previous play by driving the end of the 12-yard into the end zone to give the Tigers a 14-10 lead.

Milroe about the money

Jalen Milroe let it rip right after Auburn took the lead, hitting Jermaine Burton on a deep pass for a 68-yard touchdown to give the Crimson Tide a 17-14 lead.

Open wide to take the lead!

Johnson found the end zone for the second time of the day for Auburn and hauled in a 27-yard grab from Payton Thorne to give the Tigers a 21-20 lead in the third quarter.

Oh no, Auburn!

Auburn was able to get a key third-down stop with less than five minutes left in the fourth quarter, forcing Alabama to give the ball back as the Tigers could have had a chance to run off some of the clock to walk. But Auburn muffed the kick at its own 32-yard line, leaving Alabama with the ball at that spot, 24-20.

No. 15 Arizona in the state of Arizona

I’m trying to catch up with Conyers

Arizona State’s offense was able to get the ball moving early with some trickery. Tight end Jalin Conyers ran out of the wildcat formation and picked up 39 yards on his run from midfield, setting the Sun Devils up for a touchdown two plays later and taking a 7-3 lead.

Cows rushing by

Jacob Cowing turned a routine reception over the middle into a big gain for Arizona, running for over 40 yards gain to get the Wildcats inside the 5-yard line and setting them up for a touchdown to make a 10-7 to take a lead.

McMillan makes them miss

Tetairoa McMillan took his turn to convert an ordinary catch over the middle into a big gain for Arizona in the second quarter. He caught a pass from Noah Fifita in the middle of traffic before running out and moving downfield for a 56-yard gain when he was pushed out of bounds at the 4-yard line. Arizona scored soon after to take a 17-7 lead.

Wiley with a bad stiff arm

Michael Wiley was added to the list of impressive plays by Arizona’s skill position players in the first half. But unlike his teammates at wide receiver, the running back was able to score when he threw a stiff-arm shot to an Arizona State defender to break away for a 22-yard touchdown to make it 24-7.

All of Arizona

Arizona continued its dominance in the first half in the second half. First, Tanner McLachlan helped the Wildcats capitalize on the interception they got to open the second half, converting a dump-off on a play-action pass into an eight-yard score, giving them a 45-yard lead yielded -7.

Later, McMillan was wide open to haul in his first touchdown grab of the day to give him 212 receiving yards midway through the third quarter, opening a 52-7 lead for Arizona.

BYU at No. 20, Oklahoma State

QB draws up six!

Jake Retzlaff did his part at quarterback keeper, rushing into the end zone from just a few yards away to give BYU a 7-6 lead in the first quarter.

I choose six

BYU welcomed Oklahoma State’s offense back to the field for the first drive of the second quarter by scoring a touchdown. Eddie Heckard read Alan Bowman well, intercepted his throw on a misread and easily ran into the end zone to give the Cougars a 14-6 lead.

It’s fake!

BYU continued to pile it on Oklahoma State in the first half, doing it in all three phases. In the closing minutes of the second quarter, the Cougars opted to go for a fake punt, finding success on the fourth-and-6 play when their punter threw a completion over the middle from their own 39-yard line. The play put the Cougars on the Cowboys’ 25-yard line, allowing them to kick a field and take a 24–6 lead while risking the Cowboys’ chances of reaching the Big 12 title game.

The excellent Ollie

Ollie Gordon finally reached the end zone on Oklahoma State’s first drive of the second half on Saturday, rushing for a two-yard score to cut BYU’s lead to 24-13.

Gordon goes for more

The star-rushing Oklahoma State running back picked up his second touchdown of the game in the opening minutes of the fourth quarter, stretching for a two-yard touchdown to cut BYU’s lead to 24-21.

Washington State at number 4 Washington

On the 1-yard line? Just give it toh Johnson

Dillon Johnson added another touchdown early in Saturday’s rivalry game, rushing for a score and his 12th touchdown of the season to give Washington a 7-0 lead.

Dillon Johnson punches in a one-yard touchdown to give Washington the lead over Washington State

Ward works one in six

It didn’t take long for Washington State to respond to Washington’s touchdown as Cam Ward threw a 21-yard touchdown pass over the middle to Josh Kelly to tie the game.

Washington State’s Cameron Ward finds Josh Kelly for a 21-yard touchdown to tie the game against Washington

Washington State's Cameron Ward finds Josh Kelly for a 21-yard touchdown to tie the game against Washington

Odunze is open

Michael Penix finally found the end zone in the later stages of the first half, finding a wide-open Rome Odunze down the field for a 40-yard touchdown pass, giving him a 14–7 lead.

Michael Penix Jr. from Washington throws a DEEP 40-yard TD to Rome Odunze against Washington State

Michael Penix Jr.  from Washington throws a DEEP 40-yard TD to Rome Odunze against Washington State

Williams looks to make a touchdown grab

Kyle Williams perfectly followed Ward’s fade pass to the front corner of the end zone, got underneath and kept the necessary feet to set up a score with just seconds remaining in the half to tie the game .

Washington State’s Kyle Williams makes a GORGEOUS catch on a 25-yard receiving TD to tie the game against Washington

Washington State's Kyle Williams makes a GORGEOUS catch on a 25-yard receiving TD to tie the game against Washington

I’ll take that

Washington State continued to contain Washington’s high-powered offense early in the second half when Jaden Hicks won a jump ball off a pass from Penix, putting the Cougars in a good spot.

Stay tuned for live updates!

No. 14 LSU 42, Texas A&M 30

Comes in coupling

LSU RB Logan Diggs got his seventh rushing touchdown of the season to help LSU take a 7-0 lead midway through the first quarter, capping a nine-play, 60-yard drive with a short run to the end zone.

However, Texas A&M quickly evened things out. The Aggies found themselves in a third-and-long situation as they started the second quarter and used their reliable wideout Ainias Smith to get them into the red zone. To finish the drive, QB Jaylen Henderson gave a quick handoff to Le’Veon Moss for a two-yard run to the end zone.

Touchdown!

Texas A&M took a 17-14 lead before halftime when Henderson found TE Jake Johnson for his fourth touchdown of the season.

Big man TD!

After a 33-yard dart from Henderson to wideout Jahdae Walker put the Aggies in scoring position to get started in the second half, they took a 10-point lead in the third quarter with a 1-yard touchdown from the left guard. Mark Nabo Jr.

Picked!

After a score of 1 meter from LSU RB Josh Williams made it a 24-21 game, the Tigers defense got its first takeaway of the day with an interception by Greg Penn III at their own 39-yard line, leaving them well prepared to start the fourth quarter to start.

What a catch!

With the momentum on their side, the Tigers cashed in on back-to-back scores to extend their lead, 35-24.

First came LSU wideout Brian Thomas Jr. with a high-flying 23-yard touchdown grab…

… followed by Malik Nabers grabbing a 21-yard touchdown of his own with an equally acrobatic catch on the Tigers’ next drive.

Unstoppable!

Texas A&M closed the gap somewhat, 35-30, when TE Max Wright broke every tackle en route to the end zone for a dazzling 51-yard touchdown midway through the fourth quarter.

It’s a wrap

In the end, it wasn’t enough to spark a comeback, and LSU added another score for good measure when wideout Kyren Lacy once again hauled in a beautiful pass from Daniels in the end zone for a 15-yard touchdown that secured the home win.

Shortly:

No. 5 Florida State in Florida (7 p.m. ET)

5

Florida State Seminoles

F.S.U

Florida Gators

FLA

The state of Iowa is ranked number 19 in the state of Kansas (8 p.m. ET, FOX and the FOX Sports app)

Cyclones in the state of Iowa

IOWAST

19

Wildcats from the state of Kansas

K-STATE

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