Nail-biter in Eugene ends with Oregon winning on a walk-off field goal, 37-35, over Washington State. Hugh drives by both teams in the final minute, but the Ducks had the ball last. Running back CJ Verdell had a career night with 257 yards rushing and three touchdowns. Ducks headed to USC next week.
While there were a few convincing wins in Week 9 of the college football season, there was also some very tightly-contested, potentially landscape-changing action on the schedule. The day kicked off with the College Football Playoff race being shaken up yet again as No. 5 Oklahoma fell at the hands of Kansas State on the road in Manhattan. In recent weeks, two top five teams have gone down with Georgia losing to South Carolina and now Oklahoma coughing one up to the Wildcats.
In addition, No. 2 LSU faced one of its toughest tests of the season against No. 9 Auburn at home in Death Valley. While LSU controlled most of the game, a late touchdown pass from Auburn's Bo Nix cut the lead down to just three points. However, the Tigers were able to recover the onside kick and run out the clock. Meanwhile, No. 1 Alabama, No. 3 Ohio State, No. 4 Clemson all cruised to easy wins while No. 18 Michigan handled its business -- shockingly -- against No. 8 Notre Dame at home.
There was a lot to cover on Saturday. CBS Sports was here every step of the way to update you with the latest scores, highlights and storylines throughout the day.
College football schedule, scores -- key Week 9 games
No. 3 Ohio State 38, No. 13 Wisconsin 7 --
Upset -- Kansas State 48, No. 5 Oklahoma 41 --
No. 2 LSU 23, No. 9 Auburn 20 --
No. 6 Penn State 28, Michigan State 7 -- Box score
No. 1 Alabama 48, Arkansas 7 -- Box score
No. 4 Clemson 59, Boston College 7 -- Box score
No. 19 Michigan 45, No. 8 Notre Dame 14 --
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