—Josh Rosen, UCLA, passed for 351 yards and three TDs in a stellar debut, leading the No. 13 Bruins to a 34-16 victory over Virginia.
—William Likely, Maryland, set a Big Ten record with 233 yards in punt returns and scored a TD in the Terrapins' 50-21 victory over Richmond.
—Jared Goff, California, threw for 309 yards and three TDs in one half to help the Bears beat Grambling State 73-14.
—Brandon Allen, Arkansas, threw for 308 yards and four TDs in the No. 18 Razorbacks' 48-13 win over UTEP.
—Qadree Ollison, Pittsburgh, ran for 207 yards and a touchdown after James Conner suffered a minor knee injury in the Panthers' 45-37 victory over Youngstown State. His total was a school record for a debut.
—Nick Stevens, Colorado State, threw for 289 yards and five TDs in his first career start, helping the Rams roll past Savannah State 65-13,
—Ray Lawry, Old Dominion, ran for 223 yards and four TDs in a 38-34 win over Eastern Michigan.
The first Saturday of the college football, as it usually is, was filled with upsets.
Early in the day, South Dakota State survived a frantic rally by Kansas to beat the Jayhawks 41-38 in Lawrence. The Jayhawks had a chance to set up a tying field goal in the closing seconds, but quarterback Montell Cozart botched a spike to stop the clock.
Portland State, another FCS school, pulled off an upset in the Northwest, taking down Washington State 24-17 in Pullman. The Pac-12 was on the wrong side of an upset again when Northwestern knocked off No. 21 Stanford 16-6.
Temple also beat Penn State for the first time in 74 years with a 27-10 victory over the Nittany Lions.
BIG WIN, BIG LOSS
BYU pulled off a thrilling victory by beating Nebraska 33-28 with a Hail Mary on the game's final play.
The good news came with some bad: quarterback Taysom Hill is out for the season with a broken leg.
Hill missed a few snaps in the first half and was hurt again in the fourth quarter with his team trailing 28-24. He was replaced by freshman backup Tanner Mangum, who heaved a 42-yard touchdown pass to Mitch Mathews on the final play of the game.
The Huskers lost their season opener for the first time since 1985, ending the nation's longest streak.
15_games Portland State needed before beating Pac-12 team. The Vikings knocked off Washington State 24-17.
22_Career touchdown receptions by Rutgers' Leonte Carroo after he hauled down three against Norfolk St.
55_Years since Illinois led 28-0 after the first quarter before doing it against Kent State.
76_Points scored by Ole Miss against UT Martin, most since 1935.
CLEMSON'S RECEIVER HURT
The school said Williams was standing up at a hospital, where he was taken for tests.
Williams was down behind the end zone for several minutes, surrounded by trainers, medical personnel and coaches, including head coach Dabo Swinney. Williams was then strapped to backboard and lifted onto a cart. After his teammates came to offer support, Williams lifted up his right arm in a gesture to the cheering crowd.