NCAA Week 5 Recap

Oct 3, 2022

After some big matchups in Week 4 that delighted fans across the country, NCAA Week 5 seems to have delivered as well.

How did Texas A&M do? Did Oregon win again?

Answer below, follow us to find out!

Mississippi State 4224 Texas A&M

Big win for the Bulldogs (42-24) against the Aggies

Rogers recorded 329 yards and 3 touchdowns in an incredible game for him!
Rogers was a big part of the Bulldogs’ victory along with teammates Johnson and Thomas!
On the Aggies side, Johnson scored 1 touchdown and 203 yards while Achane scored 111 yards! Not enough to defeat the opponents on the night!

Overall, Mississippi State is 4-1 and Texas A&M is 3-2!

Wake Forest 3121 Florida State

Wake Forest’s 31-21 victory over Florida State!

The Demon Deacons turned the game around in the second quater (14-0)
Down, the Seminoles tried to react with touchdowns from Pittman and Wilson, in vain!
On the Wake Forest side, Dennis put the show on the line by scoring a field goal with 3 minutes to go. Deamon Deacons win!

Overall, Wake Forest and Florida State are both 4-1 going into week 6!

Alabama 4926 Arkansas

Crushing win (49-26) for Alabama over Arkansas
Excellent game from Gibbs for the Crimson Tide with 2 touchdowns and 206 yards! Same for his teammate Young, author of a touchdown and 173 yards!

Opposite them, in the Razorbacks, Sanders, Jackson and Jefferson scored a touchdown each but it was too little as the intensity and the tactical power of Alabama were high!
The fourth quarter was too much for the Razorbacks with 3 touchdowns scored by their opponents. (49-26)

Arkansas will have to bounce back quickly to stay competitive in their tough SEC schedule.
Overall, Alabama is 5-0 and remains undefeated on the year.
Arkansas is 3-2.

Other results

Check out the other top 25 NCAA results in week 5 below:

BYU 3826 Utah State

UCLA 4032 Washington

Alabama 4926 Arkansas

Ohio State 4910 Rutgers

Ole Miss 2219 Kentucky

Oklahoma State 3625 Baylor

Penn State 177 Northwestern

Utah 4216 Oregon State

TCU 5524 Oklahoma

Purdue 2010 Minnesota

Kansas State 3728 Texas Tech

Georgia 2622 Missouri

Clemson 3020 North Carolina State

USC 4225 Arizona State

Georgia Tech 2621 Pittsburgh