week 1 of college football The season kicks off with a special slate of games Thursday night.
Here are the top plays from Thursday night’s events as the first week kicks off.
Pennsylvania QB Sean Clifford He ran a third paw down in the second quarter, connecting with Wideout Mitchell Tinsley For a 12-yard drop to give the Nittany Lions the lead and their first TD of the season.
Sean Clifford Shows Coolness at TD Opening for Pennsylvania
Shawn Clifford sidestepped the pressure and threw an impressive touchdown for Mitchell Tinsley to help Penn State snatch an early 7-3 lead against Purdue.
Bordeaux King Doroy He ran straight through Penn State’s defense – his stiff arm and all – en route to the end zone, giving the Boilermakers a 10-7 lead early in the second quarter.
Back to back
The Nittany Lions came in with back-to-back TDs just before the break.
The king of the earth game
Purdue’s Doerue helped close the gap to 21-17 in the third quarter by running TD smoothly for 2 yards.
Minnesota was #1 on the board thanks to the star’s comeback Mohamed IbrahimWho returned this year for the sixth season with the Golden Gophers.
Meanwhile, in Minneapolis…
Ibrahim started the second quarter the same way he started the first – with a score. Then Minnesota Another one sneaked in Because the clock ended in the first half.
Just like that, Golden Gophers jumped by 24-0 in the first half.
Just how to draw it
WVU took the lead in the second quarter when Bryce Ford Wheaton Turned on the jets for 10 yards TD.
The WVU featured heavily in specials early in the third quarter, blocking Pitt’s kick, resulting in a short field and a quick scoring for the Mountaineers.
Pete responded with back-to-back results to close the third quarter. Or not, Daniel Carter I found the end zone easily after Huge gain From Jared Wayne. Then Pete regained the lead thanks Rodney Hammond.
Rise to the occasion
Daniels reached out to Ford-Wheaton again, this time for a 16-yard TD, followed by a take on himself. QB . infiltration On the next lead, the Panthers are good for a 31-24 lead early in the fourth quarter.
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John Paul Richardson reviews his sport at 45 yards TD
John Paul Richardson helped the Oklahoma State Cowboys score their first touchdown of the season, thanks to an impressive reception in the first quarter.
Central Michigan was quick to answer with a score of its own, early evening in the first quarter.
Oklahoma State’s defense featured heavily, safety force to raise the Cowboys 9-7 with less than a minute remaining in the opening frame.
With momentum on its part, Oklahoma State extended its lead to 16-7 as the first quarter drew to a close.
Spencer Sanders Extends Oklahoma State’s Lead
Spencer Sanders’ electric touchdown 17 yards gave the Oklahoma State Cowboys a 16-7 lead against the Michigan center.
When something happens to you, it can get tough
Sanders & Co. continued. Pour it on Chippewas as the second quarter begins.
Sanders calls Braydon Johnson for 13 yards TD
QB Spencer Sanders reaches out to Braydon Johnson for a 13-yard touchdown to lift Oklahoma State 23-7.
More of the same
On the next drive, Sanders came up with his second impulsive TD of the day. Just like that, it was a 30-point game, 37-7.
It didn’t take long for the state of Oklahoma to return the favor, however, as Dominic Richardson Punched to make it head 44-15 at the break.
Don’t slow down
The Cowboys sprinted into the second half where they left off. i found sanders Bryson Green In the corner of the end area for a quick result.
Spencer Sanders finds Bryson Green for 7 yards TD
QB Spencer Sanders of the Oklahoma State Cowboys participated in the game’s sixth touchdown, connecting with Bryson Green on a 7-yard TD pass.
CMU was quick to answer, like Galen McGowee He staggered on a tricky pass under pressure for TD Chippewas’ TD.
Find a foothold
Next, Central Michigan capped a three-game, 39-yard drive with another TD to close the gap, 51-28.
Back and forth
Too little, too late
Despite the loss, CMU had the last word on that word, as McGaughy finished things off with a 54-yard TD catch.
CMU’s Danielle Richardson connects with Jalen McGaughy for 54 yards TD
QB Daniel Richardson reaches out to Jalen McGaughy for 54 yards.
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