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NO. 14 OKLAHOMA 51, NO. 22 OKLAHOMA STATE 48 (OT)  BOXSCORE
After the first overtime game in the Bedlam rivalry and a wild celebration on Owen Field, it all settled in for Landry Jones: 46 of 71 – both school records – for 500 yards, three touchdowns and an interception. … What a way to go out. Jones’ three TDs and Brennan Clay’s 18-yard TD run in OT lifted the 14th-ranked Sooners to a 51-48 win against No. 22 Oklahoma State in the Bedlam rivalry on Saturday. “No better way,” Jones said. “God blessed me so much [Saturday night] to be able to go out like this. There’s no better way to go out.”
C-A YDS TD INT
Week 13 46-71 500 3 1
Season 467-310 3,745 27 9
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NO. 13 SOUTH CAROLINA 27, NO. 12 CLEMSON 17  BOXSCORE
“I don’t know how it feels to lose to Clemson,” South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney said before the game. “I’m not going to know how it feels either, because we are not going to lose to them as long as I am here.” If Clowney keeps playing like this, that’s just one more season. The star sophomore had 4 1/2 sacks in the 13th-ranked Gamecocks’ 27-17 win against No. 12 Clemson on Saturday, South Carolina's fourth consecutive victory in the rivalry for the first time in 58 years. It also gave Steve Spurrier the school wins record at South Carolina, joining the late Paul “Bear” Bryant as the only coaches with that distinction at two SEC schools. Spurrier’s won 65 games in eight seasons, surpassing Rex Enright for most victories by a South Carolina coach.
S-A-TT TFL-YDS QBH PBU
Week 13 6-1-7 4.5-24 1 0
Season 37-13-50 19.5-102 5 2
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NO. 1 NOTRE DAME 22, USC 13  BOXSCORE
Kyle Brindza kicked five field goals as top-ranked Notre Dame secured the chance to play for the national title with a 22-13 victory against USC on Saturday night. The Irish (12-0) completed their first perfect regular season since 1988, earning a trip to Miami on Jan. 7 to play for the storied program's first national championship in 24 years -- but it wasn’t without a tense fourth-quarter series. For four consecutive plays in the waning minutes, Notre Dame’s defense was backed up to its 1 with its perfect season in peril. And on four consecutive plays, USC got nothing. “Well, that’s who we are,” Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly said. “It’s been our defense all year. Our offense is able to manage enough points.” On Saturday night, it was Brindza who bailed out the offense, scoring 16 points while hitting five of six field-goal attempts (including a season-best 52-yarder) and booting a PAT.
FG M-A PAT M-A LONG PTS
Week 13 5-6 1-1 52 16
Season 23-31 26-27 52 95