1st & 10 at DUKE 38
TEAM run for a loss of 3 yards to the Duke 41
- Durham, NC 27708
- Line: ND -7.0
- Over/Under: 50
Book throws 4 TDs in blowout win vs. Duke
Notre Dame strikes first with 18-yard TD reception to Finke
Duke's Carter comes up with unlikely INT off a player's helmet
Young hauls in 29-yard TD for Duke
Book connects with Claypool for 2nd touchdown
Chris Finke 18 Yd pass from Ian Book (Jonathan Doerer Kick)
10 plays, 85 yards, 3:11
Chase Claypool 7 Yd pass from Ian Book (Jonathan Doerer Kick)
5 plays, 65 yards, 1:49
C'Bo Flemister 2 Yd Run (Jonathan Doerer Kick)
5 plays, 72 yards, 2:02
Aaron Young 29 Yd pass from Quentin Harris (AJ Reed Kick)
2 plays, 39 yards, 0:22
Chris Finke 6 Yd pass from Ian Book (Jonathan Doerer Kick)
8 plays, 70 yards, 3:28
Jonathan Doerer 34 Yd Field Goal
7 plays, 59 yards, 2:57
George Takacs 2 Yd pass from Ian Book (Jonathan Doerer Kick)
4 plays, 13 yards, 1:31
Houston-SMU football game postponed for second time this season
Saturday's Houston-SMU game, originally to be played on Nov. 21 but called off for COVID-19 issues within the Cougars' program, has now been canceled due to coronavirus issues within the Mustangs' program.
Michigan Wolverines cancel football game vs. Maryland, pause activities
Michigan will go without a home win for the first time in school history after Saturday's game against Maryland was canceled due to a rise in COVID-19 cases.
Southern Miss hiring Tulane O-coordinator Will Hall
Southern Miss is hiring Tulane offensive coordinator Will Hall as its next coach.
Cancellations, upsets and the Pillow Fight of the Week make The Bottom 10 all about the Big Ten
The Big Ten had a lot of issues this past week, dealing with everything from canceled games to gripes about clapping on the sideline.
College football conference power rankings
Who were the movers and shakers in this week's college football conference power rankings?
Re-ranking college football's 2019 recruiting class
Derek Stingley Jr. was the No. 18 prospect coming out of high school. Sam Howell was No. 120. Where does the Class of 2019 rank now?