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  • A wild week in college football proved to be another huge one for Lamar Jackson, the clear favorite to win the 2016 Heisman Trophy.Jackson posted another gaudy stat line despite throwing the ball just 17 times in Louisville’s 52-7 win at Boston College on Saturday.MORE: His numbers on the day: 12 for 17 pa sing for 231 yards and fourtouchdowns, and15 carries for 185 yards and three TDs. Jackson did turn the ball over twice one interception and a fumble but when your team scores seven touchdowns and you account for all of them, these things tend to be forgiven.On the third play of the game, Jackson ran for a 69-yard score, and he addeda 53-yard scoring run in the second half. With Jackson’s third touchdown pa s of the game, the Cardinals opened a 28-0 lead on the second play of the second quarter.BENDER: Jackson was sidelined with cramps in his forearm for Louisville’s final two po se sions of the first half, something that doesn’t seem to causecoachBobby Petrino too much stre s.“I think he should be good,” Petrino said. "He looked pretty good in the second half."Elijah Hood, North Carolina, RBThe North Carolina junior had a first quarter to remember, carrying the ball seven times for 114 and two touchdowns, one for 36yards, against Georgia Tech.The only peoplewho didnt seem to notice were the Tar Heels’ coaching staff, as Hood didnt get the ball once in the second quarter.So Elijah Hood had seven carries for 114 yards at the end of the first quarter and now has 7 carries for 114 yards at halftime?Umm… Doug Stevens (@doug321) Did Elijah Hood have a carry in the second quarter? Jeremy Vernon (@jbo_vernon) UNC coach Larry Fedora didn’t keep his big back on ice for too much longer, though. On the Tar Heels’ first drive of the second half, Hood had back-to-back carries of 11 and 15 yardsto set up a first-and-goal, and on second down, he scored on a 2-yard run. After the PAT, North Carolina was up 34-20 and went on to win48-20.Hood finished with 12 carries for 168 yards and three touchdowns.It is is the second three-touchdown game of his North Carolina career.Nick Weiler, North Carolina, KKickers typically don’t get much love in our weekly top performers, but Hood’s teammate Nick Weiler deserves it. Weiler made two field goals against Georgia Tech, one for 50 yards. It was his third succe sful kick this season of 50-plus yards, tying Dan Orners UNC record.MORE : This seasonmay not be the last we see of the senior.Nick Weiler is kicking his way into a shot at the NFL next season … Three 50 yarders is no fluke … .and that one was against the wind Brett Friedlander (@BFriedACC) D’Onta Foreman, Texas, RBThe 6-1, 250-pound junior posted career highs of 341 yards and three touchdowns on 33 carries as Texas outlasted Texas Tech 45-37. He scored from 4, 38 and 74 yards out for his 11th, 12th and 13thTDs of the season. Foreman ran for 250 yards in last week’s win against previously unbeaten Baylor.Someone had himself a day… Longhorn Network (@LonghornNetwork) All honor and praise be to the most higher GOD, it wouldn’t be po sible without him 33 D’Onta Foreman #IDM (@D33_foreman) Luke Falk, Washington State, QBWashington State rolled to a 69-7 win over Arizona, and Falk was practically perfect. He completed 32 of 35 pa ses for 311 yards and four touchdowns before giving way to backup Tyler Hilinski, who threw for 163 yards and two touchdowns of his own. Falk now has 29 touchdown pa ses this season for the 25th-ranked Cougars.Luke Falk (): 32-of-35 (91.4 pct) pa sing- only FBS QB w/ completion percentage greater than 90 pct this season (min. 20 pa ses) ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) Devin Singletary, Florida Atlantic, RBSingletary, nicknamed Motor, erupted in a 42-25 win over Rice with 252 rushing yards and three touchdowns on 23 carries. Prior to Saturday, the freshman averaged 36.9 rushing yards per game.Slide to the left.Slide to the right.Take it back now ya’ll.Motor’s 66 yard TD! FAU Football (@FAU_Football) Nick Fitzgerald, Mi si sippi State, QBThe Bulldogs pulled off a 35-28 upset win over No. 4 Texas A&M, and Fitzgerald was the stud for Dan Mullen. The sophomore pa sed for 209 yards, rushed for 182 and scored four total touchdowns. He has at least one pa sing touchdown and two rushing touchdowns in each of his last four games… QB Nick Fitzgerald is in contention for a with his 4 TD vs. Texas A&M. Who else deserves one on CFB Final? ESPN CollegeFootball (@ESPNCFB) Rawleigh Williams, Arkansas, RBArkansas looked fresh off a bye week in a 31-10 upset over No. 11 Florida. The Gators had no answer for Williams out of the backfield. The sophomore from Dallas carried the ball 26 times for 148 yards and two touchdowns.The icing on the cake! Rawleigh Williams III dashes 41 yards for a TD. SEConCBS (@SEConCBS) Wilton Speight, Michigan, QBNo. 3 Michigan continues to put the pre sure on Ohio State after a 59-3 win over Maryland. Speight threw for a career-high 362 yards and two touchdowns and his first rushing touchdown of the season. The junior from Richmond, Va., has accounted for 16 touchdowns for the undefeated Wolverines.BENDER: Wilton Speight avoids the rush and hits Jehu Che son in the end zone right before half! Michigan Football (@ChatWolverines) Skyler Howard, West Virginia, QBWest Virginia rebounded Saturday with a 48-21 win over Kansas, and Howard was in the middle of everything. The Mountaineers QB threw for 260 yards, ran for 64 and accounted for five touchdowns. Ranked 20th in the country, West Virginia is making a case as the best team in the Big 12.Curtis Samuel, Ohio State, RBIn a 62-3 Ohio State thrashing of No. 10 Nebraska, Samuel hauled in two of J.T. Barretts four touchdown pa ses and finished the night with eight catches for 137 yards. Its the backs second game this season with more than 135 yards receiving and multiple touchdown receptions.MORE: ICYMI: You’re kind of good at football 's Curtis Samuel.More video Ohio State on BTN (@OhioStateOnBTN)

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