Make all the "Texas is back" jokes you want.
On Saturday, the Longhorns earned some major bragging rights with a huge 34-24 win over Alabama in Tuscaloosa.
Texas quarterback Quinn Ewers threw for 349 yards and three touchdowns as he led the offense to big play after big play in the second half. The Crimson Tide simply couldn't keep up.
Earlier in the day, all eyes were on the Buffs again Coach Prime's crew delivered. After a slow start, Colorado found its rhythm offensively in the second half and ran away with things against Nebraska. Meanwhile, Utah barely survived a tough road matchup at Baylor in a dramatic finish.
In another intriguing non-conference matchup, Miami pulled off an eye-opening 48-33 win over No. 23 Texas A&M in a game where Hurricanes QB Tyler Van Dyke threw for 374 yards and five touchdowns.
And No. 20 Ole Miss used a big second-half surge to pull away from No. 24 Tulane for an impressive road win.
Outside of Texas, the biggest notable upset among Power Five teams was Washington State's 31-22 win over No. 19 Wisconsin. It sent fans charging onto the field in Pullman.
And Cal converts that turnover into a Jadyn Ott TD run.
It's a turnover fest in Berkeley. Auburn has lost two fumbles. Cal has lost one. Midway through 2nd quarter
The Cougars may not know what conference they're playing in next year, but this team is playing some ball.
Mississippi scored a TD on its first OT possession. Arizona looked like it has pulled off a miraculous 4th down conversion to keep its possession alive. Alas, Wildcats QB Jayden de Laura was ruled short.
After blowing an early 28-point lead, Rice still pulls the upset over Houston in double OT.
Hail Mary pass into the end zone is picked off. Oregon hangs on for the road win.
Meanwhile in Lubbock, Oregon takes a late lead with a field goal and then extends the lead with a pick-6. Final seconds ticking down.