National College Football Roundup: November 20, 2022 |

TEMPE, Ariz. — Damien Martinez rushed for 137 yards and two touchdowns in No. 25 Oregon State’s 31-7 win over Arizona State on Saturday.

The Beavers (8-3, 5-3 Pac-12) won for the second time since 1972 at ASU; They were 1-19 going against the Sun Devils going into the game.

The Sun Devils (3-8, 2-6) played their last home game of the season, falling to 2-6 under interim coach Shaun Aguano, who replaced Herm Edwards on Sept. 20.

The Beavers dominated especially in the second half. They had 28 first downs to Arizona State’s 13.

Oregon State quarterback Ben Gulbrandson threw a touchdown pass and was 15 of 21 for 188 yards passing. His 8-yard touchdown streak on a quarterback draw for third and his goal made it 28-7 for Oregon State in the third quarter with 10 seconds remaining.

Arizona State dropped 67 yards in seven games, sparked by Xazavian Valladay’s 39-yard rush. Valladay ran 11 yards 1:53 to play in the first half to make it 7-7. Valladay finished with 109 yards in 13 carries.

But Gulbrandson connected with tight end Jack Velling for a 21-yard touchdown with 1:06 in the first half to give Oregon State a 14-7 lead. The 75-yard drive took 45 seconds and four plays, two of them to a wide-open velling.

No. 1 Georgia 16

Kentucky 6

LEXINGTON, Kentucky — Kenny McIntosh rushed for a career-best 143 yards, including a crucial 9-yard score late in the third quarter, and Georgia held Kentucky’s rally in the fourth quarter for its second straight unbeaten season in the Southeastern Conference.

#3 Michigan 19

Illinois 17

ANN ARBOR, Michigan — Jake Moody made a 35-yard field goal nine seconds from time and propelled Michigan to a win over Illinois.

No. 4 TCU 29

Bayer 28

WACO, Texas— Griffin Kell hit a 40-yard field goal on the last play of the game, and TCU scored nine points in the Finals 2:07 to avoid a potential playoff loss.

No. 8 Alabama 34

Austin Peay 0

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Alabama produced breakout performances from Jase McClellan and Jermaine Burton against an overwhelmed FCS team.

navy 17

No. 17 Central Florida 14

ORLANDO, Fla. — Fullback Daba Fofana ran for 114 yards and Navy defeated UCF without completing a pass.

No. 18 Notre Dame 44

Boston College 0

SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Cornerback Benjamin Morrison had three interceptions, the Notre Dame defense forced two fumbles and the Fighting Irish scored with their first eight possessions to beat Boston College.

No. 19 Kansas St. 48

West Virginia 31

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Will Howard threw two touchdown passes and ran for another score, Cincere Mason returned an interception for a TD, and Kansas State moved closer to a Big 12 championship game spot with a win over West Virginia.

No. 20 Florida St. 49

Louisiana-Lafayette 17

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Jordan Travis and Treshaun Ward each had two touchdown carries in the first half, and Florida State rushed for 251 yards and led Louisiana.

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