It's Week 4 in college football, which means conference play began for most teams throughout the country. The familiarity between league teams usually breeds close games and upsets and we've seen some of both on Saturday.
The biggest upset of the day was delivered by Kansas State, which shocked No. 6 Oklahoma 41-34 in Norman thanks to a massive day by quarterback Adrian Martinez.
Earlier in the day, Texas fell to Texas Tech on the road in an overtime stunner after star running back Bijan Robinson fumbled on the Longhorns' first play of the extra period. The Red Raiders seized the opportunity, kicking a field goal to beat their in-state rivals a few plays later.
In SEC play, No. 23 Texas A&M picked up a key win over No. 10 Arkansas, which lost in painful fashion as a potential go-ahead field goal attempt bounced off the top of the upright in the closing minutes.
Oregon, Texas A&M, Tennessee, Clemson and Michigan all eked out wins over conference foes elsewhere.
In non-conference action, Miami suffered what will likely end up being the most embarrassing loss of the day in getting throttled at home by Middle Tennessee.
What's happened so far:
That wraps up our coverage for Week 4. Good night everybody
No. 18 Washington 40, Stanford 22
No. 19 BYU 38, Wyoming 24
FINAL: No. 13 Utah 34, Arizona State 13
Jaren Hall's 68-yard bomb TD pass to Keanu Hill should just about wrap it up for BYU, which leads Wyoming 35-17 with about 5 minutes to play
Stanford loses a fumble for its third turnover of the game. Washington in control 33-15 in Seattle