EUGENE, Ore. — Jordan Williamson hit a 37-yard field goal in overtime and No. 14 Stanford upset No. 1 Oregon 17-14, denying the Ducks a chance to clinch the Pac-12 North and derailing their straight shot at the BCS championship game.
If both Stanford and Oregon finish with wins in their final games next weekend, both will finish with one conference loss, which means Stanford will win the head-to-head matchup and go to the Pac-12 championship game for a chance to play in the Rose Bowl.
NO. 6 OHIO STATE 21, WISCONSIN 14
In Madison, Wis., Carlos Hyde scored on a 2-yard run in overtime and the Buckeyes stayed perfect.
The Buckeyes (11-0, 7-0) clinched the Leaders Division title outright with the win. But they are ineligible for the postseason as part of their punishment for NCAA violations under former coach Jim Tressel.
NO. 13 OKLAHOMA 50, WEST VIRGINIA 49
In Morgantown, W.Va., Landry Jones threw six touchdown passes, including a 5-yarder to Kenny Stills with 24 seconds left, to lift Oklahoma to a wild win over West Virginia.
Jones finished with 554 passing yards to break his own school record.
NO. 16 NEBRASKA 38, MINNESOTA 14
In Lincoln, Neb., Taylor Martinez threw for 308 yards and two touchdowns to Kenny Bell while becoming Nebraska’s career passing leader.
The Cornhuskers (9-2, 6-1) can clinch the Legends Division title – and a berth in the conference championship game against Wisconsin on Dec. 1 – with a win at Iowa on Friday or a Michigan loss at Ohio State Saturday.
NO. 17 UCLA 38, NO. 21 SOUTHERN CAL 28
In Pasadena, Calif., Brett Hundley passed for 234 yards and a touchdown and rushed for two more scores as UCLA clinched the Pac-12 South title and snapped a five-game losing streak in the crosstown rivalry.
UTAH STATE 48, NO. 19 LOUISIANA TECH 41 (OT)
In Ruston, La., Kerwynn Williams scored on a 4-yard touchdown run to give Utah State a lead in overtime and the Aggies stopped Louisiana Tech on four plays to win and clinch at least a share of the Western Athletic Conference championship.
NO. 22 RUTGERS 10, CINCINNATI 3
In Cincinnati, Savon Huggins ran for a career-high 179 yards, and Rutgers’ defense had another shut-down showing and the Scarlet Knights stayed in control of the Big East.
NO. 23 MICHIGAN 42, IOWA 17
In Ann Arbor, Mich., Devin Gardner accounted for six touchdowns to help Michigan rout Iowa.
OKLAHOMA STATE 59, NO. 23 TEXAS TECH 21
In Stillwater, Okla., Isaiah Anderson had a career-best 174 yards receiving and caught three long touchdown passes from Clint Chelf in his final home game for Oklahoma State.
NO. 25 KENT STATE 31, BOWLING GREEN 24
In Bowling Green, Ohio, Dri Archer had two long touchdown runs and finished with 241 yards rushing, leading Kent State to its first Mid-American Conference title game.