Week 4 Football Recaps

Ohio State 54, UNLV 21:  J.T. Barrett threw touchdown passes to five different receivers in the first half, and Ohio State cruised to a 54-21 win over Nevada-Las Vegas on Saturday. Barrett was barely slowed by an outgunned UNLV defense, completing 12 of 17 passes for 209 yards before handing the game over to backup Dwayne Haskins near the end of the first half. The big half for Barrett moved him into second place behind Art Schlichter for all-time passing yards at Ohio State. FULL RECAP

Indiana 52, Georgia Southern 17:  Morgan Ellison found Indiana's starting tailback spotlight; J-Shun Harris entered team record books; and the Hoosiers dominated from the start in a 52-17 victory over Georgia Southern on Saturday. Ellison, a freshman making his first college start, ran for 186 yards on 25 carries. He's IU's 11th true freshman to rush for more than 100 yards in a game. Harris returned a first-quarter punt 70 yards for a touchdown. It was the second straight game he scored on a punt return. That tied IU's single-season record. Rob Turner was the other Hoosier to return punts for a TD in consecutive games. He did it in 1990. FULL RECAP

Michigan 28, Purdue 10:  Chris Evans ran for two touchdowns in the second half and backup quarterback John O'Korn rallied Michigan from a halftime deficit Saturday to a 28-10 victory at Purdue. Evans finished with 14 carries for 97 yards for the Wolverines (4-0, 1-0 Big Ten). O'Korn was forced into action when starting quarterback Wilton Speight left late in the first quarter with an undisclosed injury, and the former Houston starter came up every bit as big as the Wolverines' defense in the second half. He finished 18 of 26 for 270 yards with one touchdown and one interception after throwing only one pass in Michigan's first three games. FULL RECAP

Nebraska 27, Rutgers 17:  Rutgers' Kiy Hester intercepted Tanner Lee early in the second half and ran 33 yards to the end zone to give the Scarlet Knights a three-point lead. When Lee trotted onto the field for the next series against the Scarlet Knights, he got booed, and the Cornhuskers went three-and-out. But coach Mike Riley stuck with Lee for the possession after that, and the transfer from Tulane completed 6 of 8 passes during a 97-yard drive that produced the go-ahead touchdown in a 27-17 win. FULL RECAP

UCF 38, Maryland 10:  Maryland wide receiver DJ Moore hauled in eight receptions for 83 yards and a touchdown, but Maryland (2-1) suffered its first loss of the season, falling to UCF, 38-10, at Capital One Field at Maryland Stadium on Saturday afternoon. The touchdown grab was Moore's 13th career receiving touchdown, moving him into a tie for 5th all-time at Maryland. Moore's big day wasn't enough as UCF (2-0) racked up 428 yards in total offense, including 250 rushing yards. FULL RECAP

Penn State 21, Iowa 19: It was happening like it had so often in the past. A once-sluggish Iowa team had come to life in the fourth quarter at home under the lights, and another top-five opponent was set to go down. Trace McSorley, Juwan Johnson and the resilient Nittany Lions flipped the script, scoring on the game's final play to survive a wild Big Ten opener. Johnson caught a seven-yard TD pass as time expired and Penn State rallied to stun Iowa 21-19 Saturday night. Saquon Barkley had 211 yards rushing and 94 yards receiving for the Nittany Lions (4-0, 1-0), who outgained Iowa 579-273. FULL RECAP

Notre Dame 38, Michigan State 18: Brandon Wimbush threw for a touchdown and ran for one, and Notre Dame defeated Michigan State 38-18 on Saturday night. The Spartans outgained the Irish but fell well behind thanks to three first-half turnovers. Julian Love returned an interception 59 yards for a touchdown in the first quarter to put Notre Dame up 14-0, and Michigan State's LJ Scott fumbled near the goal line, taking a likely touchdown away from the Spartans. Notre Dame's Dexter Williams caught a touchdown pass and ran for a TD, and Deon McIntosh added a scoring run for the Irish (3-1). FULL RECAP