AUBURN, Ala. (AP) — Georgia's ground game was stifled by Auburn as the 10th-ranked Tigers rolled to a 40-17 pounding of the No. 2 Bulldogs. Nick Chubb, Sony Michel and the SEC's top ground game was held 46 yards, 233 below their season average. Meanwhile, Kerryon Johnson ran for 167 yards and caught a 55-yard touchdown pass from Jarrett Stidham to help the Tigers send Georgia to its first loss.

MIAMI (AP) — Seventh-ranked Miami clobbered No. 3 Notre Dame as Malik Rosier threw for a TD and ran for a score in the Hurricanes' 41-8 thrashing of the Irish. Travis Homer rushed for 146 yards for the 9-0 Hurricanes, who forced four turnovers for the fourth consecutive week, and dealt the Irish their second-worst loss in the history of the Miami-Notre Dame series. The outcome also puts Miami in the ACC title game against Clemson.

STARKVILLE, Miss. (AP) — Top-ranked Alabama barely avoided an upset as Jalen Hurts hit DeVonta Smith for a 26-yard touchdown pass with 25 seconds remaining in a 31-24 win at No. 18 Mississippi State. The Bulldogs went ahead 24-17 early in the fourth quarter on Jace Christmann's 25-yard field goal, but Alabama responded to tie it when Damien Harris ran for a 14-yard score with 9:49 left. Alabama is 10-0 following its 10th straight win over Mississippi State.

UNDATED (AP) — Travis Etienne rushed for 97 yards and two touchdowns as fourth-ranked Clemson whipped Florida State 31-14 to wrap up a spot in the ACC title game. Fifth-ranked Oklahoma should climb up the College Football Playoff rankings after Baker Mayfield's three scoring strikes led a convincing 38-20 victory over No. 8 TCU. Sixth-ranked Wisconsin clinched a berth in the Big Ten championship game as receiver Kendric Pryor scored twice to help the Badgers overcome four turnovers in a 38-14 victory against No. 25 Iowa.

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The UCLA basketball team headed back to Los Angeles without three players arrested on shoplifting charges in China, according to a report. A person with knowledge of the situation tells The Associated Press that freshmen LiAngelo Ball, Jalen Hill and Cody Riley were to remain in Hangzhou, China, while the rest of the team was due back Saturday night. ESPN originally had the names of the three players, who were questioned by police about allegedly stealing from a Louis Vuitton store next to the team's hotel in Hangzhou last week.