Rutgers stretched its scoring streak to 96 straight games but lost to Princeton; Oklahoma, beating North Carolina easily, scored in its 107th game in a row.
Texas, one-point winner in four of its last eight victories, blocked another conversion to beat Tulane 7-6 with a special play which shoots two backs through—one to decoy blocker, the other to slip by and block kick.
Biggest Saturday crowd was the 82,153 who watched Ohio State open home season by crushing Nebraska; this was a record crowd for a Buckeye home opener, too.
Odds on Rose Bowl contender Oregon State lengthened when Sam Wesley, star back, was ruled ineligible; he had previously enrolled at Lincoln (Mo.) University.
Ronnie Knox, the peripatetic quarterback, telling his story in Collier's, said he's fed up with big-time college football; that if his baby brother Montgomery, 21 months old, decided to play college ball, he would help send him to Harvard.