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Oklahoma tops Texas in 4-OT thriller; Texas A&M edges Florida: College football Top 25 roundup

Spencer Rattler threw a 25-yard scoring pass to Drake Stoops in the fourth overtime, and Oklahoma survived a late rally from No. 22 Texas in regulation for a 53-45 victory Saturday as a most unusual version of the Red River rivalry ended with familiar dose of drama in Dallas.

Rattler’s successful completion on the required 2-point conversion didn’t matter when Sam Ehlinger’s pass was intercepted in the end zone by Tre Brown to end just the second Big 12 game to go four OTs.

Because of the pandemic, the crowd was limited to 24,000 in the 93,000-seat Cotton Bowl, with the surrounding Texas state fair shut down for the first time since World War II. On the field, it was the first time since 1999 neither team was in the Top 20.

Ehlinger threw two touchdown passes in the final 3:28 of regulation after what appeared to be a game-sealing interception by Woodi Washington in the end zone with the Sooners leading 31-17 with five minutes remaining.

After tossing a 2-yard score to Keaontay Ingram with 14 seconds left in regulation, Ehlinger opened overtime with his third rushing TD, from 3 yards.

Rattler answered with a an 11-yard touchdown pass to Austin Stogner, then plunged over from the half-yard line on fourth down after his initial scoring run was overturned over review to start the second OT.

Ehlinger’s career-best fourth touchdown run forced the third overtime, but the Longhorns (2-2, 1-2 Big 12) couldn’t avoid a second straight loss.

The Sooners (2-2, 1-2) had a chance to win in the third overtime, but Gabe Brkic’s 31-yard field goal attempt was wide left after Perrion Winfrey blocked Cameron Dicker’s 33-yard try to start the extra period.

Rattler was replaced by sophomore Tanner Mordecai in the second quarter after throwing an interception and losing a fumble. He returned to start the second half.

Rattler was 23 of 35 with three touchdowns, and T.J. Pedger ran for 131 yards and two scores.

Ehlinger threw for 285 yards and three TDs and ran for a career-high 112 yards to with the four touchdowns.

NO. 21 TEXAS A&M 41, NO. 4 FLORIDA 38

Isaiah Spiller ran for 174 yards and two touchdowns and host Texas A&M beat Florida on Seth Small’s 26-yard field goal as time expired.

Spiller helped get the Aggies (2-1, 2-1 Southeastern Conference) get into position for Small’s decisive kick, giving Jimbo Fisher his first win over a top-five team since taking over as Texas A&M coach.

Kellen Mond threw a 51-yard pass to Caleb Chapman for a tying TD with about 4½ minutes to go. The Gators were driving when Buddy Johnson forced a fumble by Malik Davis, and it was recovered by DeMarvin Leal to set up the field goal.

Mond passed for 338 yards and three touchdowns. Kyle Trask had 312 yards passing and four TDs for Gators (2-1, 2-1).

NO. 8 NORTH CAROLINA 56, NO. 19 VIRGINIA 45

Michael Carter ran for a career-high 214 yards and two

Ann Arbor-area prep football roundup: Dexter QB Colin Parachek has career game, Milan finds identity vs. Huron

ANN ARBOR – It was a successful night of high school football for most of the Ann Arbor area teams in action Friday night.

Multiple teams came away with convincing victories in Week 4 of the season.

Checkout the roundup below to see how local teams fared Friday night.

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Ann Arbor Pioneer at Skyline High School football

Skyline’s Will Eliason (3) reaches for a long pass during Ann Arbor Skyline’s game against Ann Arbor Pioneer at Skyline High School in Ann Arbor on Friday, Sept. 25, 2020.

Ann Arbor Skyline falls late at Tecumseh

Skyline needed to make one more play to pull out the win but came up short Friday night.

The Eagles game-winning field goal attempt was blocked as time expired as they fell to Tecumseh 22-21.

Skyline led 21-14 heading into the fourth quarter but a late touchdown and 2-point conversion by Tecumseh put the Indians ahead before blocking Skyline’s field goal.

Jordan Wilson led the way for the Eagles with a touchdown run and a receiving score and Marvin Cleveland added a 3-yard rushing score for Skyline.

The Eagles now sit at 1-3 on the season and will have another tough battle on their hands next week at Saline.

Tecumseh picked up its first win to move to 1-2 and will travel to Chelsea next Friday.

Chelsea rallies against Pinckney to stay unbeaten

It was nearly a shocking outcome Friday night, but Chelsea righted the ship just in time.

The Bulldogs scored three touchdowns in the fourth quarter to take down Pinckney and move to 4-0 on the season.

Read about Chelsea’s comeback win here.

Chelsea vs. Dexter football season opener

Dexter fans gather in the stands during Chelsea’s season opener against Dexter at Chelsea High School on Friday, Sept. 18, 2020.

Dexter runs away from Lincoln behind stellar game from Colin Parachek

The past three games Dexter has faced Ypsilanti Lincoln, its offense has managed to put on a show.

For the third year in a row, the Dreadnaughts scored more than 40 points against Lincoln for their third win in a row over the Railsplitters, this time 49-19 at home, led by star senior quarterback Colin Parachek.

The Dreadnaughts wasted little time getting going as Parachek found the end zone on a short run to put them ahead 7-0 in the first quarter.

Lincoln answered with a touchdown, but it was all Dexter from there as it answered with four more scores to take a 35-6 lead into halftime.

Parachek had another outstanding performance as he completed 27-of-33 passes for 384 yards and five touchdowns and rushed for another score.

Cole Cabana hauled in eight catches for 70 yards and a TD and Cal Bavineau caught seven passes for 101 yards and a TD and Brennan Parachek and Ty Rychener each caught TD passes.

Dexter improved to 2-2 overall and 2-1 in the Southeastern Conference White and will next host Jackson.

Lincoln dropped to 2-2