Additional highlights from some of Saturday’s games:

Harris wakes up Owls

Former Boston College standout Montel Harris’s two touchdowns led Temple to a 37-28 victory over South Florida (2-4, 0-2) as the Owls (2-2, 1-0) had a successful return to the Big East. Temple was kicked out of the conference in 2004. ‘‘This is a great win for our program, it’s an emotional win,’’ Temple coach Steve Addazio said. Harris, who transferred from BC, had a season-best 133 yards on 24 carries.

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Robinson stands out

Denard Robinson bounced back from a dismal effort against Notre Dame to rush for 235 yards and lead visiting Michigan (3-2, 1-0 Big Ten) to a 44-13 rout of Purdue. Robinson moved into fifth place on Michigan’s career rushing list, fourth on the school’s career passing list, and broke the Big Ten’s career rushing record among quarterbacks.

Navy recovers in OT

Navy won a wild one, 28-21, over host Air Force in overtime, giving the Midshipmen a leg up in regaining the Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy from the Falcons. Right guard Jake Zuzek recovered quarterback Keenan Reynolds’s fumbled snap in the end zone to win it for Navy (2-3).

Arkansas breaks through

Arkansas (2-4, 1-2 SEC) forced five turnovers and racked up eight sacks to roll past host Auburn, 24-7, and snap a four-game skid. The Razorbacks had been blasted by a combined 110-10 in their first two league games.

Archer was on target

Dri Archer did it all for Kent State (4-1, 3-0 Mid-American), scoring three touchdowns — one rushing, one receiving, and one on a kickoff return — to spark a 41-14 rout of Eastern Michigan in Ypsilanti, Mich.