Missouri wants to score on every possession. Against Nevada, the No. 6 Tigers almost did in Columbia, Mo.

Chase Daniel threw for 405 yards to set the school career passing record and Missouri scored on its first 10 possessions in a 69-17 win Saturday over Nevada.

Daniel threw for four TDs and was 23-for-28 to take Missouri (3-0) to seven touchdowns and a field goal before exiting in the third quarter.

(10) WISCONSIN 13, (21) FRESNO ST. 10: At Fresno, Calif., P.J. Hill and Wisconsin spoiled the biggest game in Bulldog Stadium history. Hill ran for 112 yards and Allan Evridge threw a touchdown pass before leaving with an injury to help the Badgers beat Fresno State.

OREGON STATE 45, HAWAII 7: At Corvallis, Ore., Jacquizz Rodgers ran for 110 yards and two touchdowns and Oregon State defeated Hawaii. Lyle Moevao completed of 20 of 34 passes for 268 yards and three scores for the Beavers (1-2).

SAN JOSE STATE 28, SAN DIEGO STATE 10: At San Jose, Calif., Kyle Reed scored three touchdowns and completed his first 12 passes as San Jose State defeated San Diego State. Yonus Davis rushed for 143 yards and a touchdown as the Spartans (2-1) won at home for the 14th time in 16 games.

BOISE STATE 20, BOWLING GREEN 7: At Boise, Idaho, Ian Johnson rushed for 97 yards, scored two touchdowns and the Boise State defense did the rest en route to a victory over Bowling Green. The Broncos held the Falcons scoreless until the fourth quarter, then put the game away in the final minutes by forcing another costly Falcons turnover.

NEBRASKA 38, NEW MEXICO STATE 7: At Lincoln, Neb., Joe Ganz threw a touchdown pass, ran for a score and caught a TD pass, and Marlon Lucky helped revive Nebraska's rushing attack with 103 yards, leading the Cornhuskers (3-0) to a win over New Mexico State. Ganz became the third player in program history to score three different ways in a game.