It was 26-0 at the half, 33-zip after 36 minutes. Army (3-5) couldn't get past Temple's 43 on its first nine possessions. Army quarterback Angel Santiago left with an ankle injury in the second quarter. Temple (1-6) forced four turnovers, including its first two interceptions, which more than doubled its season total.
Terry Baggett, after rushing for an Academy-record 304 yards a week earlier, had 24 on seven carries.
Temple true freshman P.J. Walker, in his second start, threw for 203 yards. Jalen Fitzpatrick had a scoring catch for the third straight game. He also became Temple's first 100-yard receiver in 3 years. And Nate D. Smith returned a fumble 19 yards for its first defensive TD since 2010.
This was the final non-AAC game for the Owls, who are on the road the next two weeks starting at SMU (2-4), which just won at 1-5 Memphis, 34-29.
New Hampshire 29, Villanova 28
The Wildcats (4-3, 3-1 CAA), who were ranked 12th in FCS, still haven't won in Durham since 2003. None was rougher than this. One week after winning at No. 3 Towson, they lost for the first time in five games when No. 25 UNH (3-3, 2-1) scored on a 4-yard run with 14 seconds left and then got a two-point conversion run. The other Wildcats had failed on a two-point conversion pass to tie after getting their second TD midway through the third quarter. They also missed a PAT with 5 minutes left that would have put them ahead by eight.
The visitors had taken the lead on two John Robertson runs in less than a minute - a 2-yarder on fourth-and-2 at 1:55 and, 46 seconds later following a three-and-out, a 42-yarder. But UNH, after being helped by a 15-yard penalty on the kickoff, went 50 yards in seven plays. All were passes until Sean Goldrich's TD on a QB keeper. Chris Setian went up the middle for the winning points.
Robertson, who's gone 32-for-35 the last two games, ran for 256 yards, the second-most on the Main Line behind Brian Westbrook's 287 against Hofstra in 2001.
Now the Wildcats host Maine (6-1, 3-0), their fourth straight ranked opponent.
Penn 21, Columbia 7
The Quakers (3-2, 2-0 Ivy) still haven't lost in this series since 1996. The host Lions still haven't won this season. But they did score first. By halftime it was 14-7. Penn scored again early in the fourth quarter.
For the 17th straight year, Columbia can't finish with a winning record.
Billy Ragone and Ryan Becker both threw a TD pass. Spencer Kulcsar and Kyle Wilcox each rushed for over 70 yards. The Lions had 118 yards, 33 on the ground.
The Quakers next get Yale (3-2, 1-1), the only Ivy team to beat them a year ago, at Franklin Field.
The ACC showdown turned into a beatdown. Death Valley has never been so humiliated. Florida State looked like the best team in the country and quarterback Jameis Winston looked like the next freshman Heisman Trophy winner.
It was that thorough.
The only good news for Clemson was, about half of the other teams in the top 10 also lost. Of course, those four (LSU, Texas A&M, Louisville and UCLA) lost by a combined 24, or 13 less than the Tigers did all by themselves. And two of them at least were on the road. Oh well. It sure was fun while it lasted.
In two weeks the ACC gets the spotlight again when Miami goes to FSU.
Shake it up
Three unbeatens and three once-beatens took a hit. As did three others ranked between 15 and 22. There's going to be weeks like that. That's why "Fraud five'' exists. Feels kind of like a playoff. And it isn't even November.
Did you notice? *
Notre Dame beat Southern Cal at home (14-10) for the first time in 12 years. Yet it hardly dented the radar outside South Bend. Guess a year can make that much difference.
* Oregon's Marcus Mariota, who has yet to throw an interception, did have his first two turnovers (fumbles) in a 62-38 win over Washington State. Washington State's Connor Halliday threw 89 times in that game, breaking the FBS record of 83 set by Purdue's Drew Brees in 1998. He completed 58 for 557 yards and four TDs with as many picks.
* Michigan's Jeremy Gallon had a Big Ten-record 369 receiving yards (343 in three quarters) in a 63-47 win over Indiana, while Devin Gardner had a Wolverine-high 548 yards offense.
* Tennessee had lost 19 straight to ranked opponents before beating South Carolina.
* Missouri beat ranked opponents back-to-back for the first time in 41 years.
* Vanderbilt beat Georgia at home for the first time in 22 years, and a ranked opponent for the first time in 5.
* BYU ran 115 plays in a 47-46 win over Houston.
* Baylor has matched its school-record 10-game winning streak, set in 1936-37.
* Missouri became the first SEC team in 14 games to score at least 21 against Florida.
* Fresno State (6-0) is off to its best start since 2001, when quarterback Derek Carr's brother David was the QB.
* Jordan Lynch, of Northern Illinois, rushed for 316 yards, an FBS record for a QB, in a 38-17 win over Central Michigan. NIU's Stacey Robinson had set the record against Fresno in 1990.
* Arkansas lost to Alabama by the same score (52-0) for the second straight year. Last week the Hogs lost to South Carolina, 52-7.