Update on the latest in sports:

T25 FOOTBALL-SCHEDULE

Tide turns on Bulldogs

UNDATED (AP) — Expect another major shift among the top four teams in Tuesday’s college football playoff ranking. The top team went down in defeat and the No. 3 squad in the ranking had to claw back from a 16-point deficit to beat an unranked opponent.

Mississippi State had been No. 1 in the CFP and The Associated Press college football poll when Blake Sims completed 19 of 31 passes for 211 yards and a touchdown to help fourth-ranked Alabama beat the Bulldogs 25-20. Sims helped the Crimson Tide kill precious minutes off the clock by converting a pair of third-and-long plays with runs and delivering on a third with an 8-yard pass to T.J. Yeldon.

Yeldon finished with 72 yards on 16 carries, while Amari Cooper caught eight passes for 88 yards and a score.

Dak Prescott was 27-of-48 passing for 290 yards and two touchdowns, and he ran 22 times for 82 yards. But he also threw an interception in the end zone with Mississippi State trailing 19-0.

The Tide are 9-1 overall and 6-1 in the SEC after entering the game No. 5 in the CFP. The Bulldogs are 9-1 overall, 5-1 in the conference.

Second-ranked Florida State ran its winning streak to 26 games despite trailing 23-7 in the second quarter. Dalvin Cook ran for two touchdowns, including the go-ahead score with 3:05 remaining in the Seminoles’ 30-26 comeback over the Hurricanes at Miami. Jameis (JAY’-mihs) Winston completed 25 of 42 passes for 304 yards for the 10-0 Seminoles, who are now one of just two unbeaten teams in FBS.

Elsewhere in the top-25:

— Aaron Green ran for 128 yards and two touchdowns, and Cameron Echols-Luper returned a punt 69 yards for another score as fifth-ranked TCU edged Kansas 34-30 to stay in playoff contention. Trevone Boykin added 330 yards passing and a touchdown for the 9-1 Horned Frogs.

— Sean Mannion’s 66-yard touchdown pass early in the fourth quarter gave Oregon State the lead, and Michael Doctor’s 35-yard interception return for a score with 1:38 left sealed the Beavers’ 35-27 win over No. 7 Arizona State. Mannion threw for 251 yards and two touchdowns as Oregon State (5-5, 2-5 Pac-12) snapped a four-game losing streak.

— Eighth-ranked Ohio State had a 17-point lead in the fourth quarter before holding off Minnesota 31-24. Freshman J.T. Barrett threw for 200 yards and three touchdowns and ran for an Ohio State quarterback-record 189 yards and another score as the Buckeyes upped their record to 9-1 and 6-0 in the Big Ten.

— Todd Gurley returned from a four-game suspension and returned a kickoff 105 yards the first time he touched the ball in Georgia’s 34-7 pounding of ninth-ranked Auburn. Gurley carried 29 times for 138 yards, and Nick Chubb rushed for 144 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries for the 16th-ranked Bulldogs.

— Melvin Gordon rushed for a major college-record 408 yards and four touchdowns to lead 22nd-ranked Wisconsin to a 59-24 rout of 11th-rated Nebraska. The Badgers overcame three early turnovers and a 17-3 deficit to improve to 8-2 overall.

— Jeremy Langford ran for 138 yards and two touchdowns to lead 12th-ranked Michigan State’s offense in a 37-15 win over Maryland. Riley Bullough scored on a 22-yard interception return for the 8-2 Spartans, who picked off three passes, allowed only 6 yards rushing and sacked Maryland quarterback C.J. Brown three times.

— Jack Mitchell kicked a 45-yard field goal with 19 seconds left in regulation before drilling a 41-yard kick in overtime to lift Northwestern past No. 15 Notre Dame 43-40. The Wildcats rushed for 263 yards and had 547 yards of total offense, both season highs.

— No. 17 Arizona escaped with a 27-26 win over Washington On Casey Skowron’s 47-yard field goal as time expired. Skowron also had an 18-yard touchdown run on a fake field goal for the 8-2 Wildcats.

— Jamal Golden and Chris Milton each returned interceptions for long touchdowns as No. 24 Georgia Tech beat 18th-ranked Clemson 28-6, allowing Florida State to clinch the ACC’s Atlantic Division title. Tigers quarterback Deshaun Watson suffered a knee injury in the first quarter and was replaced by Cole Stoudt, who was picked off three times.

— Virginia Tech scored all of its points off turnovers in a 17-16 win against 19th-ranked Duke. Michael Brewer threw for two touchdowns to help the Hokies drop the Blue Devils to 8-2.

— Jonathan Williams and Alex Collins ran for touchdowns as Arkansas stunned LSU 17-0, ending the Razorbacks’ 17-game SEC losing streak. Arkansas’ last conference shutout was against South Carolina 12 years ago.

— No. 21 Marshall remains one of two undefeated FBS teams after Rakeem Cato threw for four touchdowns and Devon Johnson ran for 199 yards and a score in a 41-14 pounding of Rice. The Thundering Herd improved to 10-0 for the first time in 15 years and ended the Owls’ six-game winning streak.

— Travis Wilson threw a 3-yard touchdown pass to Kenneth Scott in the second overtime to send No. 25 Utah to a 20-17 win over Stanford. Kaelin Clay caught a 25-yard TD pass on the first play of overtime, but the Cardinal came back with the tying score before the Utes snapped a two-game skid and sent Stanford to its second consecutive loss.

NBA

Four straight wins for Cavs

UNDATED (AP) — The Cleveland Cavaliers have looked like a cohesive unit since losing three of their first four games.

LeBron James scored 32 points and the Cavs drained their first 11 3-point attempts in their fourth straight win, a 127-94 drubbing of Atlanta. The Cavaliers became the first team in NBA history to go 9-for-9 or better from behind the arc in a quarter, with James hitting three of those shots. James already had 11 points a little more than 3 1/2 minutes into the game.

Kyrie Irving was among six Cavaliers to score in double figures, finishing with 20 points.

In other NBA action:

— Memphis is a league-best 9-1 after Marc Gasol (gah-SAHL’) dropped in 23 points and Zach Randolph contributed 17 points and 22 rebounds to the Grizzlies’ 95-88 win against Detroit.

— Klay Thompson hit four of Golden State’s 11 3-pointers while scoring a team-high 21 points in a 112-87 romp over Charlotte.

— DeAndre Jordan was a presence inside for the Los Angeles Clippers, scoring 12 points and grabbing 18 rebounds in a 120-107 victory against Phoenix.

— Damian Lillard had 28 points, 10 assists and five rebounds as Portland picked up its fourth straight win, 97-87 versus Brooklyn.

— Sacramento ended San Antonio’s three-game winning streak by beating the Spurs 94-91 behind DeMarcus Cousins’ 25 points and 10 boards.

— DeMar DeRozan scored 27 points and Jonas Valanciunas (YOH’-nahs val-an-CHOO’-nuhs) set season highs with 17 points and 14 rebounds to lead Toronto’s sixth victory in seven games, 111-93 over Utah.

— Monta (MAHN’-tay) Ellis scored a season-high 30 points and Tyson Chandler chipped in 12 points and 16 boards as Dallas dealt Minnesota its fifth straight loss, 131-117.

— A.J. Price, Luis Scola and Solomon Hill scored 21 points apiece in Indiana’s 99-90 win at Chicago. The Pacers were on a 2-7 skid before sending the Bulls to their second loss in eight games.

— Washington is 7-2 after Nene (nay-NAY’) and reserve Kris Humphries scored 16 points apiece and John Wall had 15 points and 10 assists in a 98-83 triumph over Orlando.

MLB-CANO

All-Star second baseman injured

SEATTLE (AP) — Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano (kan-OH’) has broken a toe during the Major League Baseball All-Stars tour of Japan. The team says that Cano will not need a cast and the injury will heal with rest. He will likely be able to resume baseball activities in mid-December.

Cano was hit by a pitch on the right foot in the seventh inning of a 4-0 loss in Tokyo in which the MLB players were no-hit by four pitchers.

NFL-CHIEFS

Report: New deal for Bailey

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Chiefs and Allen Bailey have agreed to a four-year, $25 million contract extension that could keep the defensive end playing in Kansas City through the 2018 season. A person familiar with the deal tells The Associated Press that the former third-round pick is guaranteed $15 million and will receive a $10 million signing bonus. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the Chiefs did not announce the terms of the extension.

T25 BASKETBALL-SCHEDULE

Duke, Michigan win laughers

UNDATED (AP) — Duke and Michigan were the only top-25 teams in basketball action on Saturday.

Freshman Justise Winslow scored 18 points as the fourth-ranked Blue Devils ripped Fairfield 109-59 in the second game of the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic. Preseason All-American Jahlil Okafor and Quinn Cook each scored 17 points, Duke shot 65 percent and used a 30-10 run to pull away.

The 24th-rated Wolverines got 20 points, nine assists and eight rebounds from Caris LeVert in a 92-68 victory over Division II Hillsdale. The Wolverines raised their 2014 Big Ten championship banner before the game, then fell behind 15-6 before taking over.

NHL-SCHEDULE

Habs, Bolts win…Kings outlast Ducks

UNDATED (AP) — The Montreal Canadiens continue to top the NHL’s Eastern Conference by a point over Tampa Bay.

P.A. Parenteau (PAR’-ehn-toh) and Dale Weise (wees) each scored twice as the Canadiens doubled up Philadelphia 6-3. Alex Galchenyuk (gahl-CHEHN’-yuhk) had three assists and Carey Price turned back 26 shots to help the Canadiens pick up their fifth straight win.

Valtteri Filppula (val-TEHR’-ee FIHL’-puh-luh) and Ryan Callahan each had a goal and an assist as the Lightning cooled off the New York Islanders 5-2. The Isles carried a five-game winning streak and led 2-1 until Filppula and Cedric Paquette tallied 1:43 apart late in the first period.

Elsewhere on ice:

— Jarret Stoll scored his first goal of the season on a power play 2:19 into overtime to lift Los Angeles past Anaheim 3-2.

— Jaden Schwartz, Patrik Berglund and David Backes (BAK’-ehs) each had a goal and an assist as the St. Louis Blues downed Washington 4-1 for their 10th victory in 11 games.

— Evgeni Malkin had a goal and an assist before Sidney Crosby and Brandon Sutter provided shootout goals to give Pittsburgh a 3-2 win over the New York Rangers.

— Erik Johnson and Matt Duchene (doo-SHAYN’) scored in the last 7 1/2 minutes of Colorado’s 3-2 comeback win against New Jersey.

— Sergei Bobrovsky (boh-BRAHF’-skee) stopped 36 shots as Columbus nipped San Jose 2-1, giving the Blue Jackets back-to-back wins since a nine-game losing streak.

— Seth Griffith and Patrice Bergeron (BEHR’-zhur-ahn) scored first-period goals to back Tuukka (TOO’-kah) Rask’s 33 saves in Boston’s 2-1 triumph over Carolina.

— Buffalo had dropped five straight and eight of nine before Matt Moulson and Tyler Ennis each collected a goal and two assists to lead the Sabres’ 6-2 rout of Toronto.

— Craig Smith scored with 2:02 remaining to give Nashville a 2-1 win over Winnipeg.

— Minnesota beat Dallas 2-1 on Mikael Granlund’s goal 40 seconds into the third period.

— Third-period goals by Markus Grandlund, Josh Jooris and Lance Bouma sent Calgary past Ottawa 4-2.

NFL-TEXANS

Houston loses Foster

HOUSTON (AP) — Houston running back Arian Foster will miss Sunday’s game against the Browns with a groin injury. Foster missed practice this week with the injury and was listed as questionable on Friday before the Texans announced that he would miss the game.

Foster, who is second in the NFL with 822 yards rushing, was injured Nov. 2 against the Eagles before Houston’s bye week. This will be the second game he’s missed this season after sitting out in Week 3 with a hamstring injury.

GOLF-OHL CLASSIC

Bohn moves in front

PLAYA DEL CARMEN, Mexico (AP) — Jason Bohn will start the fourth round of the PGA’s OHL Classic in Mexico with a one shot lead over Shawn Stefani. Bohn shot a 4-under 67 on a rainy day in Mexico to take the lead. He could have had a bigger lead but a bogey on the 18th hole cost him.

LPGA-LORENA OCHOA INVITATIONAL

Kim remains on top

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Christina Kim shot a 4-under 68 in the third round of the Lorena Ochoa (lohr-AY’-nah oh-CHOH’-uh) LPGA tournament to increase her lead to five strokes. A stroke ahead after each of the first two rounds, Kim stands 14-under. She birdied two of the first three holes and pulled away with birdies on Nos. 10, 13 and 17. She won the last of her two LPGA Tour titles in 2005.