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NCAA.com | November 11, 2013

Top Performers: Week 11

Colorado State 38, Nevada 17 Box Score
Kapri Bibbs had a record-breaking day, rushing for 312 yards and four touchdowns, both school records, as Colorado State defeated Nevada 38-17. It was Bibb's fifth game of the season scoring at least three rushing touchdowns, and he leads the nation with 19 rushing touchdowns. His 312 yards broke the previous standard by two yards. Bibbs tied his career-best with a 59-yard TD run that gave the Rams a 24-17 lead to end the third quarter. In the fourth quarter, Bibbs rushed for a 1-yard score. He then added 85-yard TD run, now the longest of his career.

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Duke 38, NC State 20 BOX SCORE
Duke's DeVon Edwards became the first Bowl Subdivision player to score three non-offensive touchdowns in the same game in more than a decade. The redshirt freshman returned a kickoff 100 yards in the third quarter, then returned two interceptions for scores on consecutive throws late in the Blue Devils' 38-20 win against NC State on Saturday. The last FBS player to score three non-offensive touchdowns in the same game was Oklahoma's Antonio Perkins, who returned three punts for scores against UCLA in September 2003. Edwards returned the first interception 25 yards for the score with 3:21 left, then followed with a 45-yarder for a second touchdown 16 seconds later.

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USC 62, California 28 Box Score
Nelson Agholor had two of Southern California's NCAA-record tying three punt returns for touchdowns and Javorius Allen scored three times to help the Trojans beat California for the 10th consecutive time. Agholor started the scoring for USC with a 75-yard return and added a 93-yarder late in the second quarter. Agholor joined Mike Garrett as the only USC players with two punt-return touchdowns in a single game. Garrett set his record in 1965 at California.

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