All anyone wanted to know heading into Week 7 was which first-round caliber quarterback was going to start for No. 4 Oklahoma. When the Sooners took the field against TCU, it was the true freshman Caleb Williams who emerged to put together one of the best starting debuts in recent memory.
Williams was nearly perfect, completing 18-of-23 passes for 295 yards and four touchdowns, adding 66 yards on the ground, including a 41-yard score, in a 52-31 win over the Horned Frogs. The performance moved Oklahoma to 7-0 with an opportunity to move up in the AP poll after No. 2 Iowa fell 24-7 to Purdue.
Elsewhere, No. 13 Ole Miss survived an upset bid from Tennessee with a late defensive stop to secure a 31-26 win. However, the game was delayed for nearly 20 minutes late in the fourth quarter after Tennessee fans began throwing debris on to the field in protest of a ball spot from SEC officials on a fourth-and-24 play.
No. 22 NC State scored 21 points in the third quarter to finish off a 33-7 road win over Boston College. while No. 5 Alabama took care of Mississippi State. And in a top-25 upset, Baylor beat No. 19 BYU 39-24.
CBS Sports was here every step of the way to update you with the latest scores, highlights and storylines throughout the night. All times Eastern
College football scores, schedule: Week 7
Auburn 38, No. 17 Arkansas 23 -- Takeaways, recap
LSU 49, No. 20 Florida 42 -- Recap
No. 10 Michigan State 20, Indiana 15 -- Recap
No. 12 Oklahoma State 32, No. 25 Texas 24 -- Takeaways, recap
No. 3 Cincinnati 56, UCF 21 -- Recap
Purdue 24, No. 2 Iowa 7 -- Takeaways, recap
No. 1 Georgia 30, No. 11 Kentucky 13 -- Takeaways, recap
Baylor 38, No. 19 BYU 24 -- Recap
No. 5 Alabama 49, Mississippi State 9 -- Takeaways, recap
No. 13 Ole Miss 31, Tennessee 26 -- Recap
No. 4 Oklahoma 52, TCU 31 -- Recap
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