NCAA Week 7 Recap

Oct 15, 2022

Following a surprising Week 6 in the NCAA, our BET99 writing staff decided to tell you about the new week.

Did Alabama fall? Did the Aggies turn their season around?

That’s what we’re about to tell you in this NCAA Week 7 recap. Follow us to find out everything you need to know!

Tennessee 5249 Alabama

First loss of the season for the Crimson Tide (52-49) against the Volunteers!

Young, Alabama’s quarterback recorded 455 yards and 2 touchdowns in a great game.
Facing him, a formidable rival, Hooker, who scored 385 yards and 5 touchdowns!

Alabama led in the fourth quarter (49-42) thanks to a touchdown from Turner.

However, a Hyatt touchdown with four minutes left in the game tied the game (49-49) and then a McGrath field goal with a few seconds left in the game propelled the Volunteers to victory! (52-49)

Overall, Alabama is now 6-1 while Tennessee is 6-0 and remains undefeated!

Michigan 4117 Penn State

Wolverines win (41-17) against the Nittany Lions in this NCAA week 7!

Edwards scored 2 touchdowns for Michigan and his teammate McCarthy scored 145 yards.
On the Penn State side, quarterback Clifford recorded 120 yards, not enough to help his team win the game.

Penn State led in the second quarter but the third and fourth quarters sealed the score as the Wolverines went from touchdowns to field goals! Deserved win for Michigan

Overall, the Wolverines are 7-0 and the Nittany Lions are 5-1.

Utah 4342 USC

Utes win (43-42) on the wire against the Trojans!

Williams scores 385 yards and 5 touchdowns for USC while Rising scores 2 touchdowns and 415 yards for Utah!

The game was close but the Trojans often had the edge in scoring.
With only 43 seconds left in the game, Rising scored a touchdown for Utah and the Trojans took back the lead (43-42)!

A close win for Utah against USC.
The Utes are 5-2 and the Trojans are 6-1 going into week 8!

Other games from week 7

Please see below for the other top 25 results from this NCAA week 7:

Georgia 550 Vanderbilt

TCU 4340 Oklahoma State

Ole Miss 4834 Auburn

Syracuse 249 North Carolina State

Oklahoma 5242 Kansas

Texas 2421 Ohio State

Illinois 2614 Minnesota

South Georgia 4538 James Madison

Clemson 3428 Florida State

Kentucky 2717 Mississippi State