The Associated Press

EAST LANSING, Mich. — Eno Benjamin reached the ball to the goal line for a 1-yard touchdown run with 50 seconds remaining, and Arizona State beat No. 18 Michigan State 10-7 on Saturday after the Spartans had a tying field goal negated for having too many men on the field.

Matt Coghlin’s 42-yard kick appeared to have tied it with six seconds remaining, but a replay showed too many men on the field for Michigan State, which had rushed the field goal team on in a disorganized fashion.

Coghlin had to try again from farther back, and he hooked the kick left for his third miss of the day.

Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio missed a chance to take over sole possession of first place on the school’s career victories list. He remains tied with Duffy Daugherty at 109.

Arizona State (3-0) drove 75 yards in 11 plays at the end, against a Michigan State defense that had been stifling all day.

Quarterback Jayden Daniels ran 15 yards for a first down on fourth-and-13 from the Michigan State 28, and Benjamin’s touchdown put the Sun Devils ahead. That play also was reviewed, and Benjamin had just barely extended the ball far enough to score.

“We’re still young. We’ve got a lot of improving to do,” Sun Devils coach Herm Edwards said. “You’re not going to win many games 10-7.”

The Spartans blew a fourth-quarter lead against Arizona State for a second straight year. The Sun Devils won 16-13 last season.

Also Saturday:


No. 5 Oklahoma 48, UCLA 14: PASADENA, Calif. — Jalen Hurts racked up 439 scrimmage yards, became the first Oklahoma quarterback to pass for 200 yards and rush for 100 in the first half and directed the Sooners to scores on their first six drives. UCLA drops to 0-3 for the second straight lead and has lost 12 of 15 games under second-year coach Chip Kelly.

No. 11 Utah 31, Idaho St. 0: SALT LAKE CITY — Tyler Huntley threw for 282 yards and three touchdowns, and Zach Moss ran for 106 yards and another score in Utah’s victory over Idaho State.

No. 17 UCF 45, Stanford 27: ORLANDO, Fla. — Freshman Dillon Gabriel threw for 347 yards and four touchdowns in his second college start, leading UCF past Stanford. UCF has won 25 consecutive regular-season games.

No. 23 Washington 52, Hawaii 20: SEATTLE — Jacob Eason threw a 47-yard touchdown pass to Hunter Bryant on the third play of the game and added two more and Washington rebounded from a loss to beat Hawaii.

BYU 30, No. 24 Southern Cal 27: PROVO, Utah — Dayan Ghanwoloku intercepted a tipped pass in overtime after Jake Oldroyd kicked a 43-yard field to give BYU the lead, and the Cougars beat Southern California for their second straight OT victory over a traditional power program.

Air Force 30, Colorado 23: BOULDER, Colo. — Kadin Remsberg scored on a 25-yard run to start overtime and Air Force beat Colorado after squandering a 13-point lead in the fourth quarter.

California 23, North Texas 17: BERKELEY, Calif. — Chase Garbers passed for one touchdown after using his legs to get California’s offense going, Greg Thomas kicked three field goals and the Golden Bears beat North Texas.

Arizona 28, Texas Tech 14: TUCSON, Ariz. — Khalil Tate accounted for 314 yards and two touchdowns, Gary Brightwell capped a late 99-yard drive with his second touchdown run and Arizona grinded out a win over Texas Tech.

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No. 3 Georgia 55, Arkansas St. 0: ATHENS, Ga. — Jake Fromm threw for 279 yards and three touchdowns before taking the rest of the day off, and Georgia’s defense turned in a dominating performance. With thousands of Georgia fans wearing pink instead of red to honor Arkansas State coach Blake Anderson’s wife, Wendy, who died last month from breast cancer, the Bulldogs scored on six of seven possessions in the first half.