, Week 6 is in full swing, with No. 17 TCU visiting No. 19 Kansas, as well as the Red River Showdown. Here are the top plays!,

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Week 6 of the college football season is upon us.

Opening the day, No. 4 Michigan is on the road to face Indiana on FOX Big Noon Kickoff, No. 17 TCU is visiting No. 19 Kansas in a heavyweight tilt on FS1, No. 25 LSU is hosting No. 8 Tennessee, and one of the biggest rivalries in all of sports is going down in Norman, OK, where the Sooners are hosting Texas in the Red River Showdown. 

Here are the top plays from Saturday’s Week 6 slate.

No. 4 Michigan vs. Indiana

Making early moves

Running back Blake Corum broke tackles and juked Indiana defenders to get Michigan to the 1-yard line. One play later, Corum finished the job to put the Wolverines up 7-0. 

Indiana evens it up

The Hoosiers moved methodically down the field before running back Josh Henderson hauled in an 11-yard receiving touchdown to tie the game up. 

Penalty or not?

Indiana appeared to take the lead on a short touchdown pass. However, it was called off well after the play ended due to an offensive pass interference because the receiver caught the ball beyond the line of scrimmage.

The Hoosiers settled for the field goal to even the game up, 10-10. 

No. 8 Tennessee vs. No. 25 LSU

The turnover and the TD

LSU fumbled the opening kickoff and Tennessee took advantage, as Jabari Small punched in a 1-yard score to go up 7-0.

No. 17 TCU vs. No. 19 Kansas

Coming up short

Kansas was just yards away from taking a 7-3 lead. But when Jalon Daniels tried to leap forward, he lost the ball and TCU took control from their 1-yard line.

Flipping it around

After getting the ball at its own 1-yard line, TCU drove all the way down to Kansas’ 1-yard line. Unlike the Jayhawks, the Horned Frogs completed their drive when Kendre Miller punched one in for the short score to give TCU a 10-0 lead. 

Texas vs. Oklahoma

Bijan with the big score

Texas running back Bijan Robinson put the Longhorns up 7-0 early in the Red River Showdown with the touchdown rush. 

Quinn Ewers doubles up

In his first game back from injury, the Texas QB has already thrown two touchdowns to help give the Longhorns a 21-0 laced in his first Red River Showdown.

Stay tuned for updates.

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