Week 3 of the school soccer season is underway because the No. 6 Oklahoma Sooners are taking up a well-known rival within the Nebraska Cornhuskers (watch stay on FOX and the FOX Sports activities app).
Elsewhere, No. 17 Baylor is enjoying host to Texas Tech on FS1, adopted by No. 12 BYU battling No. 25 Oregon on FOX and No. 22 Penn State up in opposition to Auburn within the afternoon slate.
Later, No. 3 Ohio State hosts Toledo on FOX, whereas No. 13 Miami (FL) faces No. 24 Texas A&M in College Station. Closing issues out tonight, Fresno State hits the highway to tackle No. 7 USC on FOX.
Listed below are the highest performs from Saturday’s Week 3 slate.
No. 6 Oklahoma at Nebraska
Let the video games start!
Is there a greater entrance in all of school soccer than when the Cornhuskers take the sphere at Memorial Stadium? One phrase … electrical!
Ring. Ring. Who’s there?
It is Nebraska junior Trey Palmer, and he is acquired reservations for SIX. The junior large receiver ran an ideal route and Cornhuskers QB Casey Thompson put the biscuit within the basket to offer Nebraska a 7-0 lead.
Dillon Gabriel displaying off the wheels
Nebraska struck first, nevertheless it did not take lengthy for the Sooners to reply proper again. Gabriel stepped up within the pocket, saved it himself and took it 61 yards to the home.
Oklahoma wasted little time placing extra factors on the board after its first rating. The Sooners utilized a quick-tempo offense to exhaust Nebraska’s D and discover the top zone courtesy of a fairly dime type Gabriel to Jalil Farooq, who lifted a silencing finger to his mouth in celebration.
This is not the normal means we see groups rating touchdowns, however Oklahoma’s having itself a rare occasion on the highway. Gabriel threw a display screen cross to tight finish Brayden Willis, who then threw an ideal 24-yard strike to a large open Marcus Majors for the rating.
Double-coverage? Does not matter
OU took a 49-7 lead three minutes into the third quarter. Theo Wease went up among the many bushes to reel in a troublesome 15-yard snag, marking Gabriel’s second passing TD of the day.
Texas State at No. 17 Baylor
Proper up the GUT!
Baylor working again Richard Reece took the handoff and went proper up the center, untouched for a 14-yard rating to offer the Bears an early 7-0 lead.
Strolling the tightrope
Baylor doubled its lead early within the second quarter as working again Craig Williams took the handoff and turned on the jets, taking it 30 yards for the rating. Williams did a formidable down of staying in bounds as his run gave the Bears a 14-0 lead.
The place’s the ball?
Quarterback Blake Shapen prolonged the Bears’ lead after freezing the protection on an choice play, and sprinting 35 yards to the home. Baylor led 21-7 on the half.
Via the maze
Baylor’s Gavin Holmes acquired in on the motion within the second half, discovering pay grime by weaving by way of a sea of Bobcats after making the seize over the center. The rating gave the Bears a 28-7 benefit.
BEST OF THE REST
It was an attractive scene at Notre Dame Stadium forward of the workforce’s matchup in opposition to Cal.
Former Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o was noticeably emotional as he was honored forward of the sport throughout the pregame presentation to the colour guard.
Te’o starred at Notre Dame from 2009-12 earlier than having fun with an eight-year NFL enjoying profession.
Te’o addressed the house crowd earlier than kickoff. He obtained a roaring ovation from Irish followers.
No. 12 BYU at No. 25 Oregon (3:30 p.m. ET, FOX)
No. 22 Penn State at Auburn (3:30 p.m. ET)
Penn State Nittany Lions
Toldeo at No. 3 Ohio State (7 p.m. ET, FOX)
Ohio State Buckeyes
No. 11 Michigan State at Washington (7:30 p.m. ET)
Michigan State Spartans
No. 13 Miami (FL) at No. 24 Texas A&M (9 p.m. ET)
Miami (FL) Hurricanes
Texas A&M Aggies
Fresno State at No. 7 USC (10:30 p.m. ET on FOX)
Fresno State Bulldogs
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