South Bend, Ind. Ian Book ran 7 yards for a touchdown with 29 seconds left to cap an 18-play, 87-yard drive and give No. 16 Notre Dame a 21-20 victory over Virginia Tech on Saturday. The Fighting Irish (6-2) committed three turnovers deep in Virginia Tech territory, including a fumble at the goal line that Divine Deablo returned 98 yards to tie it at 14 with 9 seconds left in the first half. The Hokies (5-3) added a couple of field goals in the second half and the Irish missed one, leaving Notre Dame trailing by six with 3:19 remaining and the ball at its 13. Book led a methodical drive, converting two fourth downs, including a fourth-and-10 from the Tech 33 for 26 yards to Chase Claypool that gave the Irish first-and-goal from the 7. After two incomplete passes, Notre Dame caught Virginia Tech in a blitz. Book ran away from it and darted into the end zone. Jonathan Doerer booted through the PAT for the lead, Kyle Hamilton picked off a long pass by Quincy Patterson around midfield to end the Hokies' final possession and the Irish averted a two-game losing streak. Book passed for 341 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 50 on 13 carries. Patterson got the start for Virginia Tech at quarterback in place of Hendon Hooker, who had started the three previous victories but suffered a knee injury in Virginia Tech's 43-41 six-overtime victory over North Carolina two Saturdays ago. Patterson ran for 77 yards on 19 carries and completed 9 of 28 passes for 139 yards and an 8-yard touchdown strike to Damon Hazelton in the second quarter. Clemson 59, Wofford 14: Trevor Lawrence scored four touchdowns, Travis Etienne ran for 212 yards and two TDs and No. 4 Clemson won its 24th consecutive game, rolling over FCS opponent Wofford. Etienne, the reigning Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Year, had scoring runs of 47 and 86 yards in the first 15:12. Clemson (9-0) improved to 34-0 against FCS programs. It was the Tigers' sixth straight win over Wofford (5-3), which fell to 1-21 against FBS schools. Etienne became Clemson's first rusher with three 200-yard-plus games in his career. He also surpassed James Davis for Clemson's career record for rushing TDs with 48. Georgia 24, Florida 17: Jake Fromm picked apart No. 6 Florida's defense for the second straight year and No. 8 Georgia beat the Gators in the "World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party." Fromm completed 20 of 30 passes for 279 yards and two touchdowns, including a 52-yarder to an uncovered Lawrence Cager in the fourth quarter. Fromm also threw a TD pass in the first half, his fourth on third down in two years against the Gators. Cager had seven receptions for 132 yards, both career highs. D'Andre Swift added 86 yards rushing to help the Bulldogs (7-1, 4-1 Southeastern Conference) move a step closer to winning the SEC's Eastern Division for the third consecutive year. Oregon 56, USC 24: Justin Herbert passed for 225 yards and threw three touchdown passes to Juwan Johnson in the second half, and No. 7 Oregon recovered from a slow start to cruise to its eighth consecutive victory. Utah 33, Washington 28: Tyler Huntley threw for one touchdown and ran for another, Jaylon Johnson returned an interception 39 yards for a score and No. 9 Utah overcame an 11-point first-half deficit. The Utes (8-1, 5-1 Pac-12) kept alive their College Football Playoff hopes. Auburn 20, Mississippi 14: Bo Nix passed for a career-high 340 yards and had a 1-yard touchdown for No. 11 Auburn. The Tigers (7-2, 4-2 Southeastern Conference) mostly dominated on the stat sheet but struggled to put away the 19-point underdogs after repeated stalled drives and three missed field goals. Michigan 38, Maryland 7: Giles Jackson returned the opening kickoff 97 yards for a touchdown and No. 14 Michigan used freshman Zach Charbonnet's two first-half scoring runs to pull away. Memphis 54, SMU 48: Brady White threw for 350 yards and three touchdowns, Antonio Gibson had a school-record 386 all-purpose yards with three scores and No. 24 Memphis held off No. 15 SMU. Cincinnati 46, East Carolina 43: Sam Crosa kicked a 32-yard field goal as time expired to lift No. 17 Cincinnati past East Carolina. Kansas State 38, Kansas 10: Skylar Thompson ran for 127 yards and three touchdowns, Harry Trotter added 92 yards rushing and another score and No. 22 Kansas State romped over Kansas. Thompson also had 129 yards passing for the Wildcats (6-2, 3-2). Wake Forest 44, North Carolina State 10: Jamie Newman returned from injury to throw for three touchdowns and run for two more for No. 23 Wake Forest. Newman had missed a game and part of another with a shoulder injury. But Newman and the Demon Deacons (7-1, 3-1 ACC) got off to a dominating start that had this one wrapped up early.