>>Clemson Downs Wake
Artavis Scott scored the go-ahead touchdown early in the fourth quarter and No. 19 Clemson held off Wake Forest, 34-20, on Thursday night at BB&T Field.
Wake Forest totaled just 119 yards but gave the Tigers a scare by taking advantage of good field position due to several Clemson mistakes.
The Tigers' offense proved too much, though, as Scott and Wayne Gallman scored unanswered touchdowns over the final 11 minutes to give Clemson (7-2, 6-1 ACC) a sixth straight win.
Cole Stoudt got another start under center, even though Deshaun Watson was in uniform for the first time in over a month, and passed for 282 yards with three touchdowns and an interception.
Wake Forest's John Wolford completed just 11-of-29 passes for 88 yards but threw for two scores, both to tight end Cam Serigne.
The Demon Deacons (2-7, 0-5) remained winless in ACC play and have dropped 11 straight to ranked opponents.
>>Ohio State At Michigan State
(East Lansing, MI) -- The Big Ten's loan shot a spot in the college football playoffs will be largely played out in East Lansing tomorrow night. Number-eight Michigan State welcomes number-14 Ohio State to Spartan Stadium. Both teams are 7-and-1 overall and 4-and-0 in conference. Last season Michigan State beat Ohio State, 34-24, in the Big Ten Championship Game.
>>Utah Hosts Oregon
(Salt Lake City, UT) -- Number-17 Utah is in Pac-12 action tomorrow when fourth-ranked Oregon comes to Rice-Eccles Stadium. The 6-and-2 Utes are 3-and-2 in the conference and will be looking to bounce back from their loss to Arizona State. The Ducks sit at 8-and-1 and 5-and-1 after crushing Stanford.
>>UCLA At Washington
(Seattle, WA) -- Number-18 UCLA heads to Seattle to face Washington early tomorrow evening. With a 17-7 win over Arizona, the Bruins moved to 7-and-2 overall and 4-and-2 in the Pac-12. Washington is 6-and-3 and 2-and-3.