The Eagles were off last week. Next: Thursday, at Virginia Tech.
Cullen Harper threw for 273 yards and matched a school record with five TD passes as the Tigers dismantled visiting Central Michigan 70-14. The Chippewas led 7-0 early, but after that, it was all Clemson. The Tigers had 656 total yards and led 35-7 at halftime before adding four TDs in the third quarter. Next: Saturday, at Maryland.
The Blue Devils were off last weekend.
Next: Saturday, at Florida State.
Five turnovers doomed the Seminoles in a 37-29 loss to visiting Miami. The Hurricanes scored twice in the final 1:15 to gain the victory. QB Xavier Lee was 14 of 32 with two picks and no TDs, but did score on a run. That was FSU's lone offensive TD. Gary Cismesia kicked five field goals, and the other TD came on an interception return.
Next: Saturday, vs. Duke.
Backup TB Rashaun Grant, playing because of a first-quarter injury to Tashard Choice, ran for 119 yards and a TD as the host Yellow Jackets rolled past Army 34-10. Backup TBs Jonathan Dwyer and Jamaal Evans also ran for touchdowns for the Yellow Jackets, who had 510 total yards - including 292 on the ground.
Next: Nov. 1, vs. Virginia Tech.
The Terps couldn't make a 14-3 second-quarter lead stand up, losing 18-17 to visiting Virginia. The winning TD came with 16 seconds left and capped a 90-yard drive that took more than seven minutes. The Terps had not lost to Virginia at home since 1999. Lance Ball and Keon Lattimore each had TD runs for Maryland.
Next: Saturday, vs. Clemson.
The Hurricanes scored two TDs in an 11-second span late in the game to beat host Florida State 37-29. Miami overcame four turnovers to win. Backup QNB Kirby Freeman connected with TE Dedrick Epps on a 13-yard TD pass with 1:15 left for a 30-29 lead; the TD pass finished off a seven-play, 83-yard drive that took just 1:30. Then, 11 seconds later, LB Colin McCarthy returned a fumble 27 yards for a TD to seal the victory. Next: Nov. 3, vs. NC State.
The Tar Heels were off last week.
Next: Saturday, at Wake Forest.
Daniel Evans threw for 335 yards and three touchdowns as the Wolfpack built a 21-point first-half lead en route to a 34-20 victory over host East Carolina. The victory snapped NCSU's 12-game losing streak to Division I-A schools. NCSU built a 21-0 lead, then saw ECU cut it to 21-20 before Evans directed back-to-back scoring drives to put the game away for good.
Next: Saturday, vs. Virginia.
Sophomore TB Mikell Simpson ran 16 times for 119 yards and two TDs, and he also caught 13 passes for 152 yards as the Cavaliers edged host Maryland 18-17. Simpson, who had been listed third on the depth chart, scored the winning TD on a 1-yard run with 16 seconds left, capping a 90-yard drive. It was the Cavs' seventh consecutive victory, which ties a school single-season record (1914, 1949 and 1990). Next: Saturday, at NC State.
The Hokies were off last week. Next: Thursday, vs. Boston College.
The Demon Deacons won their fifth in a row after a 0-2 start, beating host Navy 44-24. Wake converted three Navy turnovers into 17 points. WR Kenneth Moore had 15 catches for 181 yards and two TDs. It was Moore's second 15-catch game of the season. Josh Adams ran for 131 yards and another TD.
Next: Saturday, vs. North Carolina.