the notable and unranked
Navy's Reynolds scores five TDs
• NAVY 45, EAST CAROLINA 21: Quarterback Keenan Reynolds ran for five TDs and 142 yards as the host Midshipmen (2-0, 1-0) dominated the Pirates (1-2, 0-1) in their American Athletic Conference debut. Reynolds already owns the record for rushing TDs by a quarterback with 70 and is now fourth overall for the most by any player. He has scored three TDs or more in 13 games — the most in NCAA history.
• KANSAS STATE 39, LOUISIANA TECH 33 (3OT): Joe Hubener threw three TD passes, including a 31-yard strike to Kody Cook on third-and-16 in triple overtime, for the host Wildcats (3-0).
• Texas Tech 35, Arkansas 24: QB Patrick Mahomes finished 26 of 30 for 243 yards and accounted for three touchdowns as the Red Raiders (3-0) beat the host Razorbacks (1-2).
• QBS CONTINUE TO DROP: The season-long flurry of injuries to quarterbacks shows no signs of slowing down. Boston College's Darius Wade, Syracuse's Eric Dungey, Wake Forest's John Wolford and Cincinnati's Gunner Kiel all were knocked out of their games this week. Boston College said Wade would be out for the rest of the season because of an ankle injury he suffered Friday night in a 14-0 loss to No. 9 Florida State. For Syracuse, it marked the second time one of its quarterbacks has been lost to injury. Terrel Hunt had hurt his Achilles' tendon in Syracuse's opener, knocking him out for the rest of the season. This year already had featured season-ending injuries to Kansas State's Jesse Ertz, BYU's Taysom Hill and Notre Dame's Malik Zaire.
• Harvard 41, Rhode Island 10: The Crimson opened its 142nd season with its 15th consecutive victory, and its 11th in a row on the road.
• SOUTH DAKOTA 52, DRAKE 0: Trevor Bouma ran for 117 yards and three TDs as the host Coyotes (2-1) posted their first shutout victory since 2011.
• Jake Browning, QB, Washington: Threw for 368 yards, the most ever by a Huskies freshman, in a 31-17 win over Utah State.
• Trent Sherfield, WR, Vanderbilt: Had 16 catches for a school-record 240 yards in Vanderbilt's 47-7 win over Austin Peay.
• Johnny McCrary, QB, Vanderbilt: Broke a school record that had stood for 54 years by completing 84.8 percent of his passes (28-for-33).
• Alvin Kamara, RB, Tennessee: Became the first Volunteer in 40 years to score on a punt return and a run from scrimmage in the same game in a 55-10 victory over Western Carolina.
• Dak Prescott, QB, Mississippi State: Became the school's career leader in passing yards in a 62-13 win over Northwestern State. Prescott now holds 21 school records.