Week 3 College Football Live
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The usually effusive Barkley somber, lots of short answers in press conference. "They played better than us."— Stewart Mandel (@slmandel) September 16, 2012
Results from week 3's biggest games:
Fighting Irish fans have to be pumped on the Top 25 win. Plenty to celebrate for Notre Dame.
Notre Dame gets a BIG win at Michigan State.
Game of the day goes to USC-Stanford. Every series felt like do or die.
Matt Barkley falls to 0-4 in his career against Stanford ... he's 17-6 career against all other Pac-12 opponents— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) September 16, 2012
Heisman candidate Matt Barkley is now 0-for-his life against Stanford. The Cardinal have won the last four matchups.
Pandemonium in Palo Alto! The fans are on the field! The fans are on the field!
UPSET CITY! No. 20 Stanford stuns No. 2 USC in Palo Alto.
Stanford with ANOTHER sack on 3rd and 33! This time it was Chase Thomas. 4th and 40...
Barkley goes down! Stanford delivers a huge sack and USC takes their final timeout.
Law... Of... Gus!!!— Bill Simmons (@sportsguy33) September 16, 2012
Call overturned! USC has life. Down 7 with 1:22 to go. Trojans on their own 35-yard line.
Barkley's toss ruled INCOMPLETE on 4th & 10! Play is under review. This one could easily be overturned and have USC back on track.
USC's national title hopes are on the line.... 4th and the game here for Trojans.
BIG incompletion for Stanford. USC gets the ball back with 2:44 to go in the game on their own 11-yard line.
Notre Dame marches into the red zone.
Stanford has outgained USC in the second half, 205-62.— Bruce Feldman (@BFeldmanCBS) September 16, 2012
The 2-point conversion play that gave Western Kentucky the 32-31 win over Kentucky in OT.
Texas up 21 at the Grove.
Yo Matt Barkley. You want to win a Heisman? Less iPhone apps, more TD drives. Like, right now.— Chip Patterson (@cnpatterson3) September 16, 2012
Championship chase shakeup alert: USC down 7 at the Farm. Stanford D stepping up big. And those TEs still tough to stop.— Chris Fowler (@cbfowler) September 16, 2012
TOUCHDOWN Stanford! Nunes finds his TE Zach Ertz on a double move for the 37-yard go-ahead score.
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