College Football Week 6 live updates: Oklahoma State-Texas, LSU-Missouri and more


Week 6 college football The season is about to begin and fans are in for a treat on Saturday!

Let’s get started, No. 4 Ohio State University Hosting Maryland On Fox’s “Kick-off at noon“Follow the action here.

Elsewhere, Red River showdown between No. 12 teams Oklahoma and No. 3 Texas The Cotton Bowl is in full swing in Dallas, and the all-important SEC tilt between No. 21 Missouri and No. 23 LSU is taking place in Columbia, Missouri.

A handful of the top 25 teams will then compete, including the No. 1 GeorgiaNo. 10 Notre Dame, No. 11 AlabamaNo. 13 washington stateNo. 20 kentucky No. 25 Louisville and others.

Here are the best moments!

12th Oklahoma with third place Texas

pick up

Texas quarterback Quinn Ewers made a critical error early and was picked off by Sooners defensive back Gentry Williams, who put Oklahoma State on the line red zone.

Soon, the Sooners took advantage of the turnover and scored a touchdown to take a 7-0 lead.

blocked punt

The Longhorns’ special teams came to the rescue after another costly interception. Defensive back Kitan Crawford blocked a punt on fourth down and teammate Malik Muhammad recovered the ball to tie the game.

The Longhorns rallied in the second quarter when Ewers found tight end Gunnar Helms for a 22-yard touchdown, giving Texas their first lead of the day, 14-10. .

Tavi’s Two

Tawee Walker scored his second score of the day on a 1-yard touchdown run in the third quarter to help Oklahoma lead Texas 27-10.

short pause

RB Jonathon Brooks committed to rushing and reached the 1,000-yard career milestone.

Unfortunately, Texas couldn’t score on the drive as the Sooners defense came up big on the fourth down.

tying the knot in dallas

Brooks found the end zone midway through the fourth quarter, tying the game at 27.

all the way down to the wires

Brooks led the team in going 4-of-4 and hit Nate Anderson in the end zone for his first touchdown pass of the day with less than a minute left in the game.

The Clippers lead 34-30.

LSU 49 No. 23, Missouri 39 No. 21

touchdowns and then some

In the game against the Tigers, Missouri opened the scoring with an 18-yard touchdown run by wide receiver Theo Wease Jr.

Missouri managed to score two points and take an early 8-0 lead.

Strong ground game

LSU running back Logan Diggs scores his team’s first score of the day 1 yard rushing score.

He was later joined by Cody Schrader of the University of Missouri. He was unstoppable on his way to the end zone and scored 21 yards to give the home team a 15-7 lead.

Find the rhythm

Missouri tight end Brett Norfleet scored his first career touchdown in the second quarter as the Tigers extended their lead to 22-7.

He will accept it!

Missouri quarterback Brady Cook is picked off by LSU’s Harold Perkins Jr. in the second quarter and Jayden Daniels leads off with a 3-yard touchdown pass to Mason Taylor The team slightly narrowed the gap 22-17. .

On target

Daniels’ 42-yard catch with wide receiver Brian Thomas Jr. gave LSU a 27-25 lead to start the second half.

Schrader running

Schrader rushed for 52 yards to get the Tigers into the red zone. The RB was the go-to guy throughout the offense and he scored another touchdown late in the third quarter to put the team up by 5 points.

Come back with revenge

Daniels returned to the game after being stunned with a rushing touchdown early in the fourth quarter.

The quarterback fought his way into the end zone and the Bengals scored two points to take a 35-32 lead.

hat trick

Schrader hit a three-pointer on the day and rushed for a touchdown in the fourth quarter to put the Tigers back in front.

Earlier, wide receiver Luther Burden III had a 42-yard catch to set up the Tigers’ scoring drive.

back to the top

LSU regained the lead with a 29-yard touchdown pass from Daniels to Malik Nabors.

Choose 6!

LSU safety Major Burns beat Cook with a wild interception and carried the ball into the end zone with less than a minute left in the fourth quarter, LSU Lead by 10 points.

Please stay tuned for updates!


Number 13 washington state exist UCLA (3 p.m. ET)


washington state cougars

Washington State University

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number 11 Alabama exist Texas A&M University (3:30 p.m. ET)


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Texas A&M University


University of Central Florida exist Kansas (4 p.m. ET, FOX and FOX Sports app)

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University of Central Florida

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number 20 kentucky Ranked first Georgia (7 p.m. ET)


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University of Georgia

No. 10 Notre Dame vs. No. 25 Louisville (7:30 p.m. ET)


Notre Dame Fighting Irish



Louisville Cardinals


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