MIAMI — Mark Walton saved the Hurricanes against Florida Atlantic last year. He was even better in the rematch. Walton rushed for career highs of 155 yards and four touchdowns, and No. 25 Miami shook off a slow start to beat Florida Atlantic 38-10 Saturday night. He ran for three touchdowns against FAU a year ago. This time he became the sixth back in Miami history to rush for four in a game. "I'm not a stats guy," Walton said. "It's great for me. Great for me to be the sixth or whatever. I'm not big on stats. I just go out there and play, and my ability showed" Saturday night.Walton scored on runs of 7, 3, 16 and 30 yards. He was suspended for much of the offseason after a drunken driving arrest, a charge that was dropped, and said he has had a chip on his shoulder since returning. "He just plays with a lot of passion and heart," said Miami quarterback Brad Kaaya, who completed 17 of 31 passes for 191 yards for the Hurricanes and was picked off twice. "He shows up every day and gets after it." Miami set a school record with 108 points in the season's first two games, breaking the mark of 104 set in 1998 and matched in 2002. "I just want to score enough to win, truthfully," said Miami coach Mark Richt, who is the 10th coach to win his first two games on the Hurricanes sideline. "I like when there's not a whole lot of drama." Greg Howell rushed for 75 yards and a touchdown for FAU. Jason Driskel completed 18 of 36 passes for 167 yards for the Owls, who punted on their first seven possessions. Kalib Woods caught nine balls for 121 yards. "We came here to win. We didn't accomplish the mission we came here to accomplish," FAU coach Charlie Partridge said. "The good news is these are all very fixable things for a very young football team — a very young, talented football team." NO. 2 CLEMSON 30, TROY 24: Deshaun Watson passed for three touchdowns, and the host Tigers overcame a host of mistakes to hold off the pesky Trojans. Clemson was out of synch on offense and failed to break away until the fourth quarter. Watson hit beefy defensive lineman Christian Wilkins for a 1-yard score in the Tigers' jumbo goal-line package, then connected with Tampa Bay Tech alumnus Deon Cain on a 23-yard TD pass for a 27-10 lead. Troy rallied with two touchdowns in the last five minutes, the second with 44 seconds left. But Cain grabbed the onside kick, and Clemson ran out the clock. PITT 42, PENN ST. 39: James Conner ran for 117 yards and a touchdown and caught another score, and cornerback Ryan Lewis intercepted Nittany Lions quarterback Trace McSorley in the end zone with just more than a minute to play, lifting the host Panthers in the first game between the longtime rivals in 16 years.Fullback George Aston ran for two scores for Pitt, which nearly let a 21-point lead slip away only to hold on late when Lewis stepped in front of an underthrown pass by McSorley as most of the 69,983 fans, the largest crowd to watch a sporting event in Pittsburgh, erupted."I was just reading the quarterback the whole time," said Lewis, a fifth-year senior. "I saw it in the air and took it."Saquon Barkley almost singlehandedly brought the Nittany Lions back from a 28-7 deficit. The sophomore running back totaled five touchdowns (four rushing, one receiving), the most by a Penn State player since Ki-Jana Carter did it against Michigan State in 1994. BC 26, UMASS 7: Patrick Towles threw back-to-back touchdowns to Jeff Smith (Clearwater Central Catholic), and Mike Knoll hit two field goals for the visiting Eagles. Towles completed 12 of 22 passes for 191 yards for Boston College and ran 12 times for 70 yards. GA. TECH 35, MERCER 10: Justin Thomas ran for a touchdown and backup quarterback Matthew Jordan had a couple of short scores for the host Yellow Jackets, who overcame an early 7-0 deficit against a Southern Conference school playing its first game against a Division I-A opponent. WAKE FOREST 24, DUKE 14: Freshman Cade Carney rushed for three touchdowns for the visiting Demon Deacons. Carney rushed for 108 yards while becoming the program's first freshman with a three-touchdown game since Chris Barclay against Purdue in 2002. UNC 48, ILLINOIS 23: Mitch Trubisky completed 19 of 24 for 265 yards and two touchdowns and ran for two scores for the visiting Tar Heels.