Mariota’s 7 TDs spark No. 2 Ducks to easy 57-16 win Mariota’s 7 TDs spark No. 2 Ducks to easy 57-16 win Miami players Kacy Rogers II, front left, Anthony Chickillo, back left, and Tracy Howard (3) tackle Georgia Tech player Zach Laskey (37) during the second half of an NCAA college football game in Miami Gardens, Fla., Saturday, Oct. 5, 2013. Miami won 45-30. (AP Photo/J Pat Carter) The Associated Press Oct. 08, 2013 Comments BOULDER, Colo. — Marcus Mariota threw five touchdown passes and ran for two scores as No. 2 Oregon brushed off some early trickery to rout Colorado 57-16 on Saturday. The Ducks’ sophomore connected for two touchdowns each with Josh Huff and Bralon Addison, and played only 2½ quarters. The Buffaloes had Folsom Field in a frenzy when they kept things tight early on, but the crowd didn’t like it when Colorado kept going for field goals while the Ducks were piling up the points. Oregon (5-0, 2-0 Pac-12) has scored at least 55 points in all of its games under first-year coach Mark Helfrich, a former offensive coordinator at Colorado, who took over when Chip Kelly left to coach the Philadelphia Eagles. Forcing a three-and-out after the opening onside kick, a 75-yard TD toss from receiver Paul Richardson on a double-reverse and a fourth-down stop had the 40-point-underdog Buffaloes (2-2, 0-2) up 10-8 early. No. 7 Louisville 30, Temple 7: In Philadelphia, Teddy Bridgewater threw for 348 yards and two touchdowns to keep Louisville undefeated with a win over winless Temple. Bridgewater made it look easy against the overwhelmed Owls (0-5, 0-2 American Athletic Conference). He threw for 228 yards in the first half to help the Cardinals roll to a 24-0 lead. The Cardinals (5-0, 1-0) lost a bid for their second straight shutout when Temple scored with 38 seconds left. Without one of his favorite targets, Bridgewater was still impressive, completing 25 of 35 passes. He threw a TD pass for the 17th straight game. No. 8 Florida State 63, No. 25 Maryland 0: In Tallahassee, Fla., eighth-ranked Florida State stayed undefeated in Atlantic Coast Conference play with a rout of Maryland. The Seminoles (5-0, 3-0) rode the arm of quarterback Jameis Winston. Winston completed 23-of-32 passes for 393 yards and five touchdowns. He’s now thrown for 1,441 yards, 17 touchdowns with two interceptions and a 73.3 completion percentage. Tight end Nick O’Leary had 55 yards receiving and two touchdowns and receiver Kelvin Benjamin added 60 yards and two touchdowns. Maryland (4-1, 0-1) never got anything going and was lost after quarterback C.J. Brown left the game with an injury in the second quarter. No. 11 Oklahoma 20, TCU 17: In Norman, Okla., Brennan Clay broke a 76-yard touchdown run late in the fourth quarter and Oklahoma held off TCU. Trey Millard had a touchdown run for the Sooners (5-0, 2-0 Big 12) and Michael Hunnicutt hit field goals of 39 and 32 yards. Oklahoma and Texas will meet next Saturday in the annual Red River Rivalry in Dallas with first place in the conference on the line. Oklahoma opened with seven straight defensive 3-and-outs, after finishing a 35-21 win at Notre Dame last Saturday with three. No. 14 Miami 45, Georgia Tech 30: In Miami Gardens, Fla., Stephen Morris threw for three touchdowns, Duke Johnson rushed for 184 yards and Miami remained unbeaten after shaking off a problematic opening quarter to beat Georgia Tech. Phillip Dorsett, Clive Walford and Allen Hurns caught scoring passes for Miami (5-0, 1-0 Atlantic Coast Conference), which scored 21 points in the final 7:15. Dallas Crawford ran for two scores in the fourth quarter, and Ladarius Gunter added a 30-yard interception return for another touchdown with 1:08 left. David Sims had two rushing touchdowns for Georgia Tech (3-2, 2-2). No. 19 Michigan 42, Minnesota 13: In Ann Arbor, Mich., Devin Gardner threw a 24-yard, go-ahead touchdown pass to Devin Funchess late in the first half and Michigan pulled away to rout Minnesota 42-13. The Wolverines (5-0, 1-0 Big Ten) relied on their running game to take pressure off the turnover-prone Gardner. He didn’t throw an interception for the first time since making his first start as a quarterback last year at Minnesota. No. 20 Texas Tech 54, Kansas 16: In Lawrence, Kan., freshman sensation Baker Mayfield passed for 368 yards but was helped off the field with an apparent leg injury in the third quarter of Texas Tech’s victory over Kansas. Mayfield, a true freshman walk-on who has started every game, was hurt at the end of the third quarter when tackled while passing. After falling behind in the first quarter 10-0, the unbeaten Red Raiders reeled off 54 straight points, going to 5-0 (2-0 Big 12) under first-year head coach Kliff Kingsbury for the first time since 2008. No. 21 Oklahoma State 33, Kansas State 29: In Stillwater, J.W. Walsh found Charlie Moore for a 6-yard touchdown pass with 4:16 left in the fourth quarter to help Oklahoma State rally for a win over Kansas State. Walsh finished 24-of-38 passing for 245 yards for the Cowboys, who narrowly avoided their second straight loss after a defeat at West Virginia. After falling behind 29-23 in the fourth quarter, Oklahoma State (4-1, 1-1 Big 12 Conference) drove 75 yards in six plays. Walsh was 4-of-5 passing on the drive, including the go-ahead touchdown pass to Moore. Daniel Sams accounted for 299 yards of total offense and three touchdowns for the Wildcats (2-3, 0-2), who lost their second straight game. Notre Dame 37, No. 22 Arizona State 34: In Arlington, Texas, Tommy Rees threw for 279 yards and three touchdowns, and Notre Dame made it 5 for 5 in the traveling Shamrock Series with a victory over Arizona State. Kyle Brindza kicked three second-half field goals, the go-ahead kick from 25 yards with 3:03 remaining. He tied a Notre Dame record with a 53-yarder that matched the longest in a college game at the $1.2 billion home of the Dallas Cowboys. Taylor Kelly threw for 356 yards and three scores for the Sun Devils (3-2), who missed on a chance to become the first team to beat Southern California and Notre Dame in consecutive weeks.