6th week of college football season is in full swing and we’ve got you covered from start to finish.

Opening of the day, No. 4 Michigan survived IndianaNo. 17 TCU won a thriller on the road over #19 Kansas and number 8 Tennessee led by #25 LDU. Elsewhere, one of college football’s biggest rivalries — the Red River showdown — turned ugly Texas went on the road and dominated Oklahoma.

Afternoon No. 11 Utah dropped to 18th place UCLA and number 7 Oklahoma State barely escaped Texas Tech.

Closing Things, #6 USC accepts Washington State in Los Angeles on FOX.

Here are the best plays from Saturday’s Week 6.

Washington State vs. No. 6 USC

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#18 UCLA 42, #11 Utah 32

Side splash

Bruins QB Dorian Thompson-Robinson made his way into the end zone to give UCLA an early lead over Utah, 7-0.

Dorian Thompson-Robinson heads to the pylon for the first score

Dorian Thompson-Robinson starts the scoring between UCLA and Utah.

Double trouble

After scoring on the ground, Thompson-Robinson threw a 7-yard touchdown to Jake Bobo increase the Bruins’ lead.

Jake Bobo scores a touchdown to extend UCLA’s lead to 14-3

QB Dorian Thompson-Robinson finds Jake Bobb for a 7-yard touchdown.

The cliff makes a move

Utah got into the game right before halftime, making it a four-point game late in the first half.

Tavion Thomas’ touchdown capping an eight-yard, 84-yard drive

Utah Utes RB Tavion Thomas had an eight-play, 84-yard touchdown run to cut the UCLA Bruins’ lead to 14-10.


Thompson-Robinson scored his third touchdown of the day to keep the Bruins’ lead…

Dorian Thompson-Robinson hits Cam Brown on a slant route

Dorian Thompson-Robinson hits Cam Brown to extend UCLA’s lead to two points.

… but Utah was never far behind. Utes QB Cameron Rebellion made a one-possession play late in the third quarter after finding the end zone himself and then successfully converting for two points.

Cameron Rising cut Utah’s deficit to three points

Utah QB Cameron Rising takes the QB keeper into the end zone and converts for two points to cut the deficit to three against UCLA.

Wild finish

Three more touchdowns were scored on the next three consecutive drives, but things turned around when Utah fumbled early in the fourth quarter. UCLA was able to get the ball back and score, leading to a double-digit lead. That’s how the Bruins were able to get the win at home.

UCLA picks up the fumble to go up 42-25

The Bruins picked up the fumble and took it to the 1-yard line, where Zach Charbonnet ran it in for the game-tying score.

#7 Oklahoma State 41, Texas Tech 31

A click early

Texas Tech started things off with a bang when QB Beren Morton is related to the width Gerrand Bradley for a 27-yard field goal on the Red Raiders’ opening drive.

Texas Tech takes an early 7-0 lead after Buren Morton finds Jerond Bradley for a 27-yard TD

The Texas Tech Red Raiders took a 7-0 lead after Beren Morton connected with Jerrand Bradley on a 27-yard TD pass.


The Cowboys were able to tie things up on the next drive thanks to the QB Spencer Sanders‘ 32 yards.

Spencer Sanders connects with Bryson Green for a 32-yard TD

Oklahoma State tied with Texas Tech after a 32-yard TD run by Bryson Green.

Ground game

Oklahoma State took a 14-7 lead after Sanders’ 14-yard field goal late in the first quarter.

Spencer Sanders takes it 14 yards to the house

Oklahoma State took a 14-7 lead on a 14-yard field goal by Spencer Sanders.

Neck and neck

The Red Raiders started the second quarter the same way they started the game – scoring a goal.

That’s how Texas Tech got back in the driver’s seat, 21-17.

QB Beren Morton completes a 5-yard TD pass to Xavier White

Texas Tech takes a 21-17 lead over Oklahoma State thanks to Xavier White.

Don’t quit

Both teams continued to fight in the second half. Texas Tech SaRadoric Thompson scored one for the Red Raiders in the third quarter to take the lead briefly.

Earlier, Oklahoma State scored 18 unanswered points to secure the victory, 41-31.

SaRadoric Thompson finds a hole in the defense and scores 2 yards

SaRodorick Thompson’s fancy footwork gave Texas Tech a 31-23 lead.

No. 4 Michigan 31, Indiana 10

Early moves

Michigan’s star running back Blake Corum broke tackles and threw Indiana defenders to drive the Wolverines to the 1-yard line. One play later, Corum finished the job and put his team up 7-0.

Blake Corum runs it in for a 1-yard touchdown

Blake Korum’s 1-yard score gives Michigan a 7-0 lead over Indiana.

The game is a draw

The Hoosiers methodically moved down the field earlier Josh Henderson kicked an 11-yarder to tie things up.

Connor Bazelak connects with Josh Henderson for an 11-yard TD

Connor Bazelak completed a wonderful 11-yard TD pass to Josh Henderson.


Michigan looked poised to take a 13-10 lead, but the Wolverines missed a chip shot the field goal attempt was blocked keep the number equal. Michigan then returned the favor to keep the score at halftime.

Wolverines take the lead

In a choke hold for most of the game, Michigan took a 17-10 lead JJ McCarthy associated with Cornelius Johnson on a 29-yard touchdown pass. The play ended with a 98-yard touchdown pass for the Wolverines.

JJ McCarthy connects with Cornelius Johnson for a 29-yard TD

JJ McCarthy found Cornelius Johnson down the sideline for a 29-yard touchdown that gave Michigan a 17-10 lead over Indiana in the third quarter.


Having made a couple of impressive catches earlier in the trip, Luke Schoonmaker capped it off with a 9-yard touchdown catch to put the Wolverines up 24-10. It was a lead Michigan never relinquished en route to victory.

JJ McCarthy finds Luke Schoonmaker for a 9-yard TD

Luke Schoonmaker extends Michigan’s lead with a 9-yard touchdown run.

No. 17 TCU 38, No. 19 Kansas 31

Short is suitable

Kansas was just a few yards away from taking a 7-3 lead, but Jaylon Daniels lost the ball when he tried to jump forward and TCU took control at its own 1-yard line.

TCU drove all the way to the Kansas 1-yard line. Unlike the Jayhawks, the Horned Frogs completed their road trip when Kendre Miller scored one on a shortstop to give TCU a 10-0 lead.

Kendre Miller finds a hole for the first TD of the game

Kendre Miller gives the TCU Horned Frods the lead over the Kansas Jayhawks.

Hawking Horned Frogs

Despite being down 10 points, the Jayhawks rallied to tie the score early in the third quarter.

Kansas backup QB Jason Bean throws a TD to Mason Fairchild

Backup QB Jason Bean completes the opening kickoff of the second half with a TD pass to Mason Fairchild for the Kansas Jayhawks against the TCU Horned Frogs.

Come on!

Jason Beanthe scrum helped Luke Grimm wide open in the back of the end zone to not only grab the touchdown, but give the Jayhawks a 17-10 lead in the third quarter.

Luke Grimm finds himself wide open for a TD

Luke Grimm’s touchdown gives Kansas a 17-10 lead over TCU.

Strikes back

Darius Davis turned the screen away Max Dagan for a 51-yard touchdown to tie the score.

Darius Davis tied the game at 17-17 for TCU

Darius Davis is on the edge of the sideline and shows a burst of speed to tie the game against the Kansas Jayhawks at 17-17 for the TCU Horned Frogs with a 51-yard touchdown run.

Jayhawks hit back

Bean scored his third touchdown of the game when he connected with Quentin Skinner in the back corner of the end zone to tie the game at 24.

Jason Bean throws for his third TD of the quarter

Kansas Jayhawks backup QB Jason Bean throws his third TD of the quarter, this time to Quentin Skinner, to tie the game at 24 against the TCU Horned Frogs.

Wild third quarter

Tay Barber took off for a touchdown grab by Duggan to give TCU the lead back, 31-24. Both teams scored 21 points in the third quarter after combining for just 13 points in the first half.

Kansas DB’s Tay Barber Moses makes incredible touchdown catch to put TCU up 31-24

Kansas Jayhawks DB Tay Barber Moses for an incredible touchdown catch that put the TCU Horned Frogs up 31-24.

Stay in!

Anyway, Skinner was able to make a foot to complete the landing to tie the score at 31.

The Horned Frogs fought back immediately after the Jayhawks tied the score and took a 38-31 lead on Duggan’s touchdown pass to Quentin Johnstonwho fought his way through the penalty spot to complete the takeover.

Max Duggan flips Quentin Johnson on a perfect fade

Max Duggan gave the lead back to Quentin Johnson on a perfect run.

Texas 49, Oklahoma 0

Big score

Bijan Robinson gave the Longhorns a 7-0 lead early in the Red River Showdown with this strong touchdown.

Quinn Ewers is doubled

In his first game back from injury, the Texans QB has already thrown for two touchdowns to help the Longhorns to a 21-0 win in his first Red River game.

An ugly day for the Ranniks

A cheating attempt by Oklahoma hurt the Sooners. Running back Eric GrayA jump pass led to an interception by the Longhorns.

When it rains, it pours

Ewers threw for three touchdowns in the first half to give Texas a 28-0 lead. It was more similar in the second half. The meet was anything but Saturday when the Longhorns pulled off an easy shutout.

#8 Tennessee 40, #25 LSU 13

Turnover and TD

LSU fumbled the first down and Tennessee took advantage Jabari Maly scored a 1-yard run to make it 7-0.

Air out!

Tennessee extended its lead to 20-0 when Hendon Hooker launched a 45-yard dime to Jalene Hyatt.

Target practice

LSU finally got on the board right before halftime, cutting Tennessee’s lead to 13, but it didn’t take long for the Vols to respond. Hooker and Hyatt combined again to open the second half as Tennessee extended its lead to 30-7 and easily won on the road.

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