NEW YORK (PIX11) — Week 6 of College Football was mostly status quo: All active top 10 teams won, and only three ranked teams lost to unranked opponents.
Unfortunately, Rutgers also maintained their status quo in home conference games. In front of a sold-out “Blackout” crowd at SHI Stadium, the Scarlet Knights squandered a 13-0 lead to fall 14-13 to Nebraska. Rutgers has now lost 21 consecutive Big 10 games at home.
Buffalo, however, continues to roll through conference play. They routed Bowling Green 38-7 to remain perfect on the season in the MAC.
In the Ivy League, Columbia defeated FCS Wagner 28-7 behind a three-touchdown night by quarterback Joe Green. The Seahawks fall to 0-5 on the year, while the Lions improve to 3-1.
Fordham continues to ram through the FCS, defeating Lehigh 40-28. Tim DeMorat continued his excellent year with a four-touchdown night.
In their Bye Week, the Syracuse Orange moved up four spots in the AP Poll to 18. They host number 15 NC State this weekend in a ranked ACC Showdown.
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