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Not Top 10: Snap Goes Over Punter For Safety
Tulane's snap flies over punter Peter Picerelli's head for a loss of 12 yards awarding Duke a safety in the first quarter.
Corso's Pick: Clemson-FSU
Lee Corso enlists Ethan Fisher to help make a prediction for Clemson at Florida State.
Melvin Gordon Sheds Defenders On 50-Yd TD Run
Melvin Gordon takes it 50 yards to the house for a tremendous touchdown.