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Underdog Bowling Green stuns Minnesota at homecoming, 14-10

Underdog Bowling Green stuns Minnesota at homecoming, 14-10

Quarterback Matt McDonald ran for a pair of scores, and two late interceptions by the Bowling Green defense sealed the win as the Falcons shocked heavily-favored Minnesota, 14-10, on homecomingBy TYLER MASON Associated PressSeptember 25, 2021, 8:39 PM• 4 min readShare to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this articleMINNEAPOLIS — Quarterback Matt McDonald ran for a pair of scores, and two late interceptions by the Bowling Green defense sealed the win as the Falcons shocked heavily-favored Minnesota, 14-10, on homecoming Saturday.The loss snapped Minnesota’s streak of 21 straight non-conference wins, the longest streak in the country entering Saturday’s game. The Gophers’ last non-conference loss was Sept. 3, 2015 against TCU.It also marked Minnesota’s first loss to a non-Power 5 conference opponent since losing to North Dakota State on Sept. 24, 2011.Bowling Green came to Minneapolis as 31-point underdogs but used a strong defensive effort to slow down the Golden Gopher offense. Minnesota’s fans booed their team at numerous points in the game, while Falcons players jumped on the field in celebration after the upset was complete.“I couldn’t be more happy for a group of kids that have really been through a lot,” said Bowling Green head coach Scott Loeffler. “We’ve got the 24-hour rule. We’re going to celebrate for 24 hours, and then we’re going to get back to the office.”The Gophers had the ball with a chance to take the lead late in the fourth quarter after Bowling Green failed to fall on a muffed punt by Minnesota’s Trey Potts. But one play after recovering the fumble, quarterback Tanner Morgan lofted a deep interception into the hands of Devin Taylor with 2:13 remaining. Morgan threw another pick with 17 seconds remaining.The Gophers’ passing game struggled all day against the Falcons. Morgan was just 5-of-13 for 59 yards.“I have to play way better,” said Morgan, who was also sacked four times Saturday.McDonald scored on runs of one and three yards. He was 19-of-35 for 170 yards through the air.Minnesota’s lone touchdown came on a 19-yard scramble by backup quarterback Cole Kramer.Saturday was Minnesota’s first loss to a MAC school since losing to Northern Illinois in 2010.NO GROUND GAME, NO PROBLEMBowling Green entered Saturday averaging a mere 53 rushing yards per game, second fewest in the country. The Falcons managed just 22 total rushing yards on 25 carries against Minnesota, with McDonald’s 18-yard run the only carry that went for more than seven yards. That run came at a key time, as it helped the Falcons convert on 4th-and-1 to extend their drive.QB CONUNDRUMAfter Morgan’s struggles Saturday, Fleck was asked if there was any chance Minnesota would make a switch at quarterback.“That hadn’t even crossed my mind at all,” Fleck said.THE TAKEAWAYBowling Green: This was a huge boost for a Bowling Green team that had lost two of its first three games. Few people gave the Falcons a chance in this one, especially after an impressive 30-0 win for Minnesota last weekend against Colorado. But the Falcons never trailed by more than three and took advantage of the Gophers’ mistakes. The ground game remains an issue, but the defense held its own against Minnesota.Minnesota: There were miscues galore for the Gophers in Saturday’s loss. Minnesota was stuffed on a 4th-and-1 attempt that led to a Bowling Green touchdown. Morgan lost a fumble after an 18-yard run. A roughing the kicker penalty on a Bowling Green punt in the fourth quarter gave the Falcons new life. Those types of mistakes can’t happen in a game where Minnesota was favored by more than 30 points.UP NEXTBowling Green: The Falcons take on Kent State on the road on Oct. 2.Minnesota: The Gophers head on the road to face Purdue on Oct. 2.———More AP college football: https://apnews.com/hub/college-football and https://twitter.com/AP—Top25.Sign up for the AP’s college football newsletter: https://apnews.com/cfbtop25

Pitt bounces back after upset, drills New Hampshire 77-7

Pitt bounces back after upset, drills New Hampshire 77-7

Kenny Pickett threw for 403 yards and five touchdowns and ran for another as Pittsburgh finished up nonconference play by drilling New Hampshire 77-7By WILL GRAVES AP Sports WriterSeptember 25, 2021, 8:37 PM• 4 min readShare to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this articlePITTSBURGH — Pat Narduzzi shrugged his shoulders and stated the obvious.“That’s what it’s supposed to look like,” the Pittsburgh coach said after watching the Panthers drill New Hampshire 77-7 on Saturday.Except last week during a stunning home loss to Western Michigan that brought his team’s solid start to a crashing halt, it didn’t. Given seven days to regroup, Pitt (3-1) wrapped up nonconference play with one of the greatest offensive displays in the program’s 117-year history.Kenny Pickett threw for 403 yards and five touchdowns and ran for another. Jordan Addison hauled in six passes for 179 yards and three scores and freshman running back Rodney Hammond ran for 100 yards and reached the end zone three times. The Panthers piled up a school-record 707 yards and had little trouble against the overmatched Wildcats (3-1). Pitt’s 77 points were the most by the Panthers since an 88-0 win over Westminster in 1926.“Coming off last week, I think everyone was (ticked) off and wanted to come in and get a win and get a win convincingly like that,” Pickett said. “I think (we built) some confidence going into conference play.”That hasn’t been an issue all season for the offense. Pickett already has 15 touchdown passes through four games, two more than he managed all of last season. His 1-yard touchdown plunge on the Panthers’ opening drive gave him 17 rushing touchdowns for his career, the most ever by a Pitt quarterback.Pickett completed 24 of 28 passes and led the Panthers to touchdowns on their eight possessions with him in the game.“It takes 11 (players),” Narduzzi said. “It’s not just Kenny all by himself. He’s got an offensive line that’s protecting him, giving him time to make those throws and he’s got guys making catches.”New Hampshire, ranked 22nd in the Football Championship Subdivision, saw any hopes of the school’s first win over a Power Five program in 15 years evaporate after falling behind by four touchdowns in the game’s first 14 minutes.The Wildcats allowed a safety on their opening possession and saw its second end by having Pitt’s Damarri Mathis step in front of a pass by Bret Edwards and return it 35 yards for a touchdown that made it 14-0 before the game was 5 minutes old.The scores were emblematic of a bounce-back performance by the Panthers. Pitt gave up 160 yards of offense a week after surrendering 516 to Western Michigan.“I haven’t lost faith in our defense,” Narduzzi said.Edwards spent most of the afternoon under heavy duress, completing 9 of 20 for 42 yards and a touchdown and an interception. Carlos Washington Jr. ran for 91 yards for the Wildcats, who received $425,000 to travel to Heinz Field.HONORING FUPitt held a moment of silence before the kickoff for noted orthopedic surgeon Dr. Freddy Fu, who died on Friday at age 70 following a bout with melanoma.Fu, a pioneer in sports medicine who became one of the most renowned surgeons — particularly for high-profile athletes — in the country, served as chair for the school’s the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and worked out of the UMPC Freddie Fu Sports Medicine Center.THE TAKEAWAYNew Hampshire: The real season for the Wildcats begins next week. While the program’s best start since 2009 came to a halt, New HampshirePitt: No score total could wipe out the defensive meltdown against Western Michigan. However, the Panthers wasted little time dominating an opponent it was expected to dominate.“One way or another it’s a launching pad,” Narduzzi said. “Regardless what we did today, it does not matter. It does not matter. We’re going to play Georgia Tech down in Atlanta again for the third year in a row, and we’ve got to be ready to go.”UP NEXTNew Hampshire: Host FCS power and Colonial Athletic Association rival James Madison next weekend.Pittsburgh: Pitt has won each of its last three meetings with the Yellow Jackets.———More AP college football: https://apnews.com/hub/college-football and https://twitter.com/AP—Top25. Sign up for the AP’s college football newsletter: https://apnews.com/cfbtop25

BC beats Mizzou 41-34 in OT on Flowers catch, Sebastian INT

BC beats Mizzou 41-34 in OT on Flowers catch, Sebastian INT

Denis Grosel hit Zay Flowers from 10 yards out in overtime to give Boston College a 41-34 victory over MissouriBy JIMMY GOLEN AP Sports WriterSeptember 25, 2021, 8:25 PM• 3 min readShare to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this articleBOSTON — Denis Grosel hit Zay Flowers from 10 yards out in overtime, and Brandon Sebastian’s interception sealed the victory on Saturday as Boston College recovered after blowing two fourth-quarter leads to beat Missouri 41-34.BC fans stormed the field to celebrate the win in the first-ever meeting between the schools and the Eagles’ first 4-0 start since Matt Ryan led them to eight straight victories to start the 2007 season.Travis Levy scored from 5-yards out to give BC a 34-31 lead with 25 seconds to play in regulation, bouncing off one defender at the 1 and scampering in. But Connor Bazelak led the Tigers (2-2) to the Eagles’ 39 and Harrison Mevis barely cleared the crossbar with a 56-yard field goal as time expired to send the game into overtime.BC had the ball first and picked up one first down on a third-down pass to Levy. After Levy was stopped for a loss of 1, Grosel found Flowers open on the left side of the end zone. Missouri’s Connor Bazelak went for the end zone on the first play, but Sebastian leaped in front of the receiver at the goal line and came down with the ball to finish it.Pat Garwo ran for 175 yards and two touchdowns, including a 67-yard score in the first quarter. Grosel, a walk-on who took over as starter when Notre Dame transfer Phil Jurkovec injured his wrist in Week 2, threw for 175 yards and two scores; he also ran for 35 yards to help BC convert on 11 of 17 third-down attempts and both times it went for it on fourth.Bazelak completed 30 of 41 passes for 303 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions. Tyler Badie ran for 72 yards and two scores, and Tauskie Dove caught three passes for 89 yards.BC led 27-17 to start the fourth quarter, but Missouri went ahead 31-27 on Badie’s second TD, an 8-yard run. BC started at its own 40 after the Tigers committed a personal foul on the kickoff — which went for a touchback anyway.Grosel led them on a 15-play scoring drive that ate 5:53 off the clock and left the Tigers just 25 seconds. Bazelak completed a 19-yard pass to Barrett Banister and a 12-yarder to Keke Chism before the Tigers called their final timeout at the BC 44 with 6 seconds left.With Doug Flutie in the crowd — he posed for pictures with fans in front of the “Hail Flutie” statue outside Alumni Stadium after the game — Missouri opted against the Hail Mary and threw a short out to Banister to put the ball at the 39 with 3 seconds left..THE TAKEAWAYMissouri: Coach Eliah Drinkwitz raised eyebrows when he said he would have rather faced a regional rival in the Tigers’ recruiting area than schlep out to Boston. With the loss, he can be sure he won’t end his signing drought in the state of Massachusetts.Boston College: The Eagles won their first three games against non-Power Five schools by a combined score of 124-31. With a win over the first Southeastern Conference school to visit Chestnut Hill since 1987, they have one that means something.UP NEXTMissouri: Hosts Tennessee on Oct. 2.Boston College: Visits No. 9 Clemson in their Atlantic Coast Conference opener.———More AP college football: https://apnews.com/hub/college-football and https://twitter.com/AP—Top25. Sign up for the AP’s college football newsletter: https://apnews.com/cfbtop25

City reasserts title credentials as rivals drop points

City reasserts title credentials as rivals drop points

Manchester City reasserted its Premier League title credentials on a day all of its big rivals dropped pointsByThe Associated PressSeptember 25, 2021, 8:23 PM• 3 min readShare to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this articleLONDON — Manchester City reasserted its Premier League title credentials on a day all of its big rivals dropped points.City delivered a statement performance in a 1-0 win at Stamford Bridge on Saturday to move second in the league standings, level on points with Chelsea and Manchester United, which missed a late penalty in a 1-0 loss at home to Aston Villa.Pep Guardiola’s side is above its two rivals on goal difference and also cut the gap to Liverpool to one point after the league leader drew 3-3 at Brentford.“Today the guys were outstanding,” Guardiola said. “At this stadium and against this opponent, to do what we have done makes me so proud.”Gabriel Jesus scored the winning goal in the 53rd minute of a surprisingly one-sided match between two title contenders. A shot on the turn deflected off the heel of Chelsea midfielder Jorginho and squirmed into the bottom corner, with goalkeeper Edouard Mendy rooted to the spotChelsea had beaten City in their last three meetings — most recently in the Champions League final in May — but was outplayed at Stamford Bridge, not even registering a shot on target.Chelsea had been anointed by increasing numbers as the title favorite after a strong start to the season. But the way City dominated possession and reduced Chelsea to mostly long balls showed that Guardiola’s team, the defending champion, might still be the team to beat.City regularly picked off Chelsea on the break and only a goal-line clearance by Thiago Silva, who came on for the injured Reece James in the first half, prevented Jesus adding a second.“They made us underperform,” Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel said. “And it was deserved.”PENALTY MISSBruno Fernandes missed an injury-time penalty as teammate Cristiano Ronaldo looked on in United’s first loss of the Premier League season.Villa defender Kortney Hause was the hero for the visitors after he flicked a header past goalkeeper David De Gea off a corner in the 88th minute for his team’s first victory over United since 2009.But Hause was then whistled for a handball to set up the dramatic spot kick as United tried to rescue a point at Old Trafford.Fernandes, who had converted a penalty in all three of his prior Premier League appearances against Villa, adjusted the ball as Ronaldo stood nearby and then blasted it high over the crossbar.SALAH CENTURYMohamed Salah scored his 100th Premier League goal for Liverpool but it was not enough to beat Brentford, which twice pegged the Reds back.But Liverpool will be relieved at having preserved the top flight’s only remaining unbeaten record after Ivan Toney had what would have been a late winner ruled out for offside.Vibrant Brentford led thanks to Ethan Pinnock and, following goals from Diogo Jota and Salah, levelled through Vitaly Janelt. Then, when Curtis Jones smashed Liverpool ahead again, Bees sub Yoane Wissa came up with another equalizer.Everton moved to within a point of its city rival after beating Norwich 2-0. Norwich has zero points from its opening six matches.Burnley and Leeds are also in the relegation zone. Burnley drew 2-2 at Leicester, while Leeds lost 2-1 at home to West Ham. Newcastle is still chasing its first league win this season after it drew 1-1 at Watford.———More AP soccer: https://apnews.com/hub/soccer and https://twitter.com/AP—Sports

No. 17 Coastal Carolina wins 53-3; UMass' 15th straight loss

No. 17 Coastal Carolina wins 53-3; UMass' 15th straight loss

Grayson McCall threw for two touchdowns and ran for a third as No. 17 Coastal Carolina scored on eight of its nine possessions for a 53-3 victory over UMassBy PETE IACOBELLI AP Sports WriterSeptember 25, 2021, 8:21 PM• 3 min readShare to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this articleCONWAY, S.C. — Grayson McCall threw for two touchdowns and ran for a third, and No. 17 Coastal Carolina scored on eight of nine possessions and sent UMass to a 15th straight loss in a 53-3 victory Saturday.The Chanticleers started 4-0 for the second straight season and have won 15 of their past 16 games the past two years. They also cranked things up after a subpar offensive showing in 28-25 win at Buffalo last week.McCall was again at the center of things. He opened the scoring with a 3-yard TD run and added scoring passes of 25 yards to Isaiah Likely and a 23 yards to Javion Heiligh. By then Coastal Carolina led 36-0 and the only drama left was whether the defense could claim its first shutout since a 51-0 win over Georgia State last season.The Minutemen (0-4) broke through with 8:23 left on Cameron Carson’s 35-yard field goal. UMass, a Bowl Subdivision independent, hasn’t won since topping Akron 37-28 in September 2019.Coastal Carolina had little trouble igniting its offense, especially with the help from Minutemen special teams.A high snap on a UMass punt led to a block as George Georgeopoulos tried to kick it away as he scrambled. That set up McCall’s scoring run.His team down 20-0, Georgeopoulos couldn’t get a handle on a snap deep in his end zone that went out of bounds for a Coastal safety.In all, the Chanticleers scored on all five of their first-half possessions for a 36-0 lead at the break. They added two touchdowns and a field goal the next three times they had the ball. The run ended on the UMass 2 when Coastal Carolina knelt down with 25 seconds left and the clock ran out.McCall finished 10 of 14 for 162 yards, taking a seat for the second half. Heiligh caught five passes for 118 yards. It was his fifth time in the pass six games surpassing 100 yards receiving.THE TAKEAWAYUMass: The Minutemen continued their struggles in their FBS journey and showed how far they have to travel to compete with a ranked Group of Five opponent. UMass couldn’t match up in any phase of the game with costly mistakes on offense, defense and special teams.Coastal Carolina: The Chanticleers shook off a so-so performance last week with a dominant outing heading into Sun Belt Conference play next week. McCall and the offense were efficient and effective, even without leading rusher Shermari Jones out with turf toe.UP NEXTUMass returns home to play Toledo on Oct. 2.Coastal Carolina opens Sun Belt Conference play at home against Louisiana-Monroe on Oct. 2.———More AP college football: https://apnews.com/hub/college-football and https://twitter.com/AP—Top25. Sign up for the AP’s college football newsletter: https://apnews.com/cfbtop25

With QB Coan out, No. 12 Irish beat No. 18 Badgers 41-13

With QB Coan out, No. 12 Irish beat No. 18 Badgers 41-13

Chris Tyree returned a kickoff 96 yards for a touchdown and Drew Pyne threw a touchdown pass in the fourth quarter in relief of an injured Jack Coan as No. 12 Notre Dame beat No. 18 Wisconsin 41-13 at Soldier FieldBy RALPH D. RUSSO AP College Football WriterSeptember 25, 2021, 8:12 PM• 4 min readShare to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this articleCHICAGO — Chris Tyree returned a kickoff 96 yards for a touchdown and Drew Pyne threw a touchdown pass in the fourth quarter in relief of an injured Jack Coan, helping No. 12 Notre Dame beat No. 18 Wisconsin 41-13 on Saturday at Soldier Field.Brian Kelly became the winningest coach in Notre Dame history with victory No. 105, surpassing Knute Rockne in his 12th season with the Irish (4-0).Graham Mertz threw four interceptions for Wisconsin (1-2), including two that were returned for touchdowns in the final 2:30 to blow the game open.Coan, a Wisconsin transfer, left with an apparent left leg injury in the third quarter with the game tied at 10.Pyne lost a fumble on his second possession, leading to a field goal by the Badgers, but otherwise the redshirt freshman was solid, going 6 for 8 for 81 yards.Coan played 22 games for Wisconsin over three seasons and was the starter for the 2019 team that reached the Big Ten championship game. He broke his foot in the runup to the abbreviated Big Ten season last year and Mertz claimed the starting job.A highly rated 2019 recruit, Mertz had some ups and downs in 2020, but Coan could see where things were headed and transferred to Notre Dame.The Irish were in need of an experienced quarterback as they replaced Ian Book and Coan has turned out to be a solid fit.Playing behind an offensive line that has used four left tackles so far this season, Coan completed 15 of 29 passes for 158 yards and a touchdown. He was sacked five times.He limped off the field, favoring his left leg, midway through the third quarter and went to the injury tent, and then the locker room.Pyne was blindsided by Rodas Johnson on his fumble. Jack Sanborn recovered the ball for Wisconsin at the Notre Dame 39.The Badgers stalled in red zone, and Collin Larsh kicked a 27-yard field goal to put Wisconsin up 13-10 with 14:14 left in the fourth quarter.The lead lasted 13 seconds. Tyree took the kickoff at the 4, found a seam to the left and turned on the speed. The sophomore outraced the Badgers for the touchdown that put the Irish up 17-13.Notre Dame got a strip sack by Jayson Ademilola on Wisconsin’s next possession, and Isaiah Foskey recovered on the Badgers 46.The Irish capitalized behind Pyne, who completed four straight passes, including a 16-yard slant to Kevin Austin for a touchdown that made it 24-13 with 9:34 left.Pyne celebrated his first career touchdown pass with a Conor McGregor-style strut, and he also pumped his fist.THE TAKEAWAYNotre Dame: Freshman Tosh Baker started at left tackle and struggled mightily, giving way at times to Joe Alt, another freshman. The Irish offensive line has had a hard time replacing four players currently on NFL rosters and now has allowed 20 sacks in four games. They allowed 25 in 12 games last season when they reached the playoff.Wisconsin: Mertz threw his first touchdown pass of the season, but was otherwise ineffective. The sophomore isn’t Wisconsin’s only problem on offense, but he is most definitely one of them.Mertz threw a Pick-6 that Jack Kiser returned 69 yards with 2:13 left, and another to Drew White (48 yards) with 54 seconds left.NEXT UPNotre Dame: The Irish host No. 8 Cincinnati in a huge game for the Bearcats’ playoff hopes.Wisconsin: The Badgers return to Camp Randall to face No. 19 Michigan.———Follow Ralph D. Russo at https://twitter.com/ralphDrussoAP and listen at http://www.appodcasts.com———

Daniels plays quarter as No. 2 Georgia dominates Vandy 62-0

Daniels plays quarter as No. 2 Georgia dominates Vandy 62-0

JT Daniels threw for 121 yards and two touchdowns playing only the first quarter as No. 2 Georgia dominated Vanderbilt 62-0 Saturday in the Bulldogs’ biggest win in a series that started in 1893By TERESA M. WALKER AP Sports WriterSeptember 25, 2021, 8:05 PM• 4 min readShare to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this articleNASHVILLE, Tenn. — JT Daniels threw for 121 yards and two touchdowns playing only the first quarter as No. 2 Georgia dominated Vanderbilt 62-0 Saturday in the Bulldogs’ biggest win in a series that started in 1893.This game was effectively over when Georgia (4-0, 2-0 Southeastern Conference) led 35-0 after the first quarter. The Bulldogs started three of four drives in Vandy territory. They recovered a fumble on a kickoff to set up one TD, then Christopher Smith intercepted a pass to set up a second TD less than 30 seconds later.“We talked about starting fast and playing to our standard, and I thought they did that,” Georgia coach Kirby Smart said.Bulldogs’ fans turned this into their home away from Sanford Stadium with Georgia red even in seats behind the Vanderbilt bench. They got to watch the Bulldogs post their first shutout this season, forcing Vandy three-and-out nine times.Georgia nearly had more points than Vandy managed yards, outgaining the Commodores 524-77 no matter how deep Smart substituted.“We say nobody in our end zone,” Georgia linebacker Nolan Smith said. “That’s the standard, that follows for everybody.”Vanderbilt (1-3, 0-1) lost its fourth straight to Georgia and its 14th straight SEC game, a skid that could be longer if COVID issues hadn’t forced Vandy to cancel its visit on Georgia’s Senior Day last season. A program that won in Athens in 2016 showed how much rebuilding first-year coach Clark Lea faces.“We came out flat, we turned the ball over, we made mistakes especially in the special teams area,” Lea said. “And look. It doesn’t matter who you play against. You’re setting yourself up for disappointment. For me, this isn’t about them. It’s about us. It’s about how we perform.”Tight end Brock Bowers started the scoring with a 12-yard run on an end around with 11:21 left in the opening quarter. Daniels threw a pass to Bowers, who finished off a 25-yard TD. Zamir White scored two plays after James Ziglor fumbled the kickoff, and Daniels hit Ladd McConkey for a 12-yard TD after the interception.Georgia actually had to drive 71 yards on its final scoring drive of the first quarter, and Ladd McConkey ran 24 yards for the TD.Smart pulled Daniels, who is now 7-0 as a starter, after the first quarter. Stetson Bennett finally drove the Bulldogs to points on his third drive with Jack Podlesny kicking a 31-yard field goal just before halftime for a 38-0 lead.“It was a situation we felt like we could get Stetson some reps, and things kept rolling,” Smart said of the early substitution at quarterback.THE TAKEAWAYGeorgia: Smart was able to smother Vanderbilt almost literally. Bennett finished with 151 yards and a TD as the backup quarterback. Nine different Bulldogs had at least one rush, while nine different Bulldogs caught at least one pass. … Bowers became the first Bulldogs’ player to run for a TD and catch a TD pass in the same game since Todd Gurley did it against Florida in 2013. He later caught a 29-yard pass from Bennett in the third quarter for his third TD of the game.Vanderbilt: The Commodores did have some moments in a game where they didn’t get their first first down until 2:23 remained in the first quarter. The defense turned Georgia over on downs late in the first half, stopping James Cook for no gain on fourth-and-1 at the Vandy 3. Ethan Barr got the interception off a breakup by Jaylen Mahoney.POLL IMPLICATIONSGeorgia did nothing to hurt its spot in the Top 25, though the Bulldogs’ scout team might have offered a better scrimmage.UP NEXTGeorgia hosts Arkansas in another early kickoff next Saturday.Vanderbilt hosts UConn next Saturday in its last non-conference game of the season.———More AP college football: https://apnews.com/hub/college-football and https://twitter.com/AP—Top25. Sign up for the AP’s college football newsletter: https://apnews.com/cfbtop25

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