Notre Dame 41, Florida State 38 OT
Jonathan Doerer hit a 41-yard field goal in overtime to lift the Irish to a win Sunday night in Tallahassee.
Florida State scored 18 unanswered points to evaporate a 38-20 Irish fourth quarter lead. New Irish quarterback Jack Coan, a transfer from Wisconsin, was 26-35 for 366 yards and four touchdowns in his Notre Dame debut. Michael Mayer had nine catches for 120 yards and a score.
Purdue 30, Oregon State 21
The Boilers won its home opener Saturday night in West Lafayette.
Jack Plummer threw for 313 yards and two touchdowns, both strikes going to Payne Durham, who had seven catches for 120 yards. Marian High School graduate Zander Horvath had 21 carries for 81 yards and a score. David Bell added eight catches for 134 yards.
Iowa 34, Indiana 6
Rough start in Iowa City for the Hoosiers, which trailed the entire way against the Hawkeyes.
Riley Moss had two pick-sixes for the Hawkeyes, which also limited the quarterback duo of Michael Penix Jr. and Jack Tuttle to 14-33 passing for 156 yards and three overall interceptions.
Ball State 31, Central Michigan 21
The Cardinals pulled away late to get a home win in Muncie.
The game was tied at 14 midway through the third quarter before Ball State rolled off 17 straight points, scoring 24 of its points overall in the second half. Justin Hall had eight catches for 137 yards and two touchdowns and Will Jones rushed for 93 yards and a score for the Cardinals.
Iowa State 16, Northern Iowa 10
The Cyclones needed its kicking game in order to hold off the Panthers in Ames.
The combination of Connor Assalley and Warsaw Community High School graduate Andrew Mevis hit all three of their field goals to lift the No. 7 Cyclones to the win. Mevis hit a 40-yarder at the end of the first half, giving State the lead for good at 13-10. Assalley was 2-2 with makes of 35 and 21 yards.
Missouri 34, Central Michigan 24
Harrison Mevis helped his Tigers to a win in Columbia.
The younger brother to Andrew Mevis nailed a 53-yard field goal to end the half to give Mizzou a 17-14 lead, and added another 44-yarder with just under a minute remaining to ice the win. Tyler Badie had 245 all-purpose yards – 205 rushing – and a touchdown to lead the Tiger offense.