Colt McCoy threw for 277 yards, including 122 to Quan Cosby, as the Longhorns came from behind to defeat the No. 1 Sooners. Next up for the new No. 1 Longhorns: Missouri.
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No. 17 Oklahoma State 28, No. 3 Missouri 23
Zac Robinson outplayed Heisman hopeful Chase Daniel, throwing for a pair of scores as Oklahoma State upset Missouri.
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No. 11 Florida 51, No. 4 LSU 21
LSU's Charles Scott was held to just 35 yards on the ground as the Tigers suffered their most lopsided loss since 2002. Tim Tebow threw for three touchdowns and ran for another as the Gators thumped the defending national champions.
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No. 6 Penn St. 48, Wisconsin 7
Darryl Clark and the Nittany Lions dismantled the Badgers' defense, and moved to 7-0 for the first time since 1999. Penn State added four touchdowns on the ground and another on a punt return.
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No. 7 Texas Tech 37, Nebraska 31 (OT)
Nebraska quarterback Joe Ganz was trying to throw the ball out of bounds. Instead, he threw it right to Texas Tech defensive back Jamar Wall. The overtime interception ended a huge Cornhuskers comeback, and preserved the Red Raiders' win.
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No. 8 USC 28, Arizona St. 0
USC running back Joe McNight helped his team win against Arizona State by running 143 yards. The Trojans also blocked two field goal attempts and returned an interception for a touchdown.
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No. 9 BYU 21, New Mexico 3
BYU extended the nation's longest winning streak to 16-games thanks to Austin Collie's 170 yards receiving. It was the Cougars lowest-scoring game of the season.
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No. 10 Georgia 26, Tennessee 14
A week after Georgia's crushing loss to Alabama, Knowshon Moreno ran for 101 yards as the Dawgs put Phil Fulmer on the hot seat in Tennessee. Matthew Stafford added 310 yards and a touchdown.
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No. 12 Ohio St. 16, Purdue 3
Malcolm Jenkins blocked a punt and Etienne Sabino returning it 20 yards for a touchdown as the Buckeyes special teams and defense lead the way to a 16-3 victory over Purdue.
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Mississippi St. 17, No. 13 Vanderbilt 14
Mississippi State held quarterback Chris Nickson to 3 of 10 passing for 15 yards and, more importantly, didn't allow any runner to surpass 15 total yards in the game.
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No. 14 Utah 40, Wyoming 7
Defensive back Sean Smith returned an interception 25 yards for a touchdown four minutes into the game as Utah's defense and special teams scored three of the team's five touchdowns against Wyoming.
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No. 15 Boise St. 24, Southern Miss 7
Southern Miss (2-4) came in as the nation's No. 17 offense, averaging 457 yards a game, but Boise State (5-0) stymied the Golden Eagles, holding them to 278 total yards and coming up with a handful of stops that helped an offense that only scored in a furious second quarter.
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No. 16 Kansas 30, Colorado 14
On a career-high 31 carries, Kansas tailback Jake Sharp ran for 118 yards and scored three touchdowns in a 30-14 victory over Colorado.
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Arkansas 25, No. 20 Auburn 22
Arkansas' Michael Smith rushed for 176 yards on 35 carries and scored the go-ahead touchdown on a 63-yard run in the fourth quarter. The beleaguered Razorbacks defense then mounted two late defensive stops to preserve a 25-22 win over the Tigers.
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No. 21 Wake Forest 12, Clemson 7
Riley Skinner threw a 7-yard scoring pass to D.J. Boldin with 5:28 left to lead No. 21 Wake Forest past Clemson 12-7 on Thursday night. He completed 22 of 34 passes for 186 yards, added 74 more yards rushing and led the decisive 15-play, 78-yard drive in the fourth quarter for the Demon Deacons.
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No. 22 North Carolina 29, Notre Dame 24
Hakeem Nicks had nine catches for 141 yards to help the No. 22 Tar Heels beat the Fighting Irish 29-24.
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No. 23 Michigan St. 37, Northwestern 20
Javon Ringer rushed for 124 yards and two touchdowns as the Spartans cruised past previously unbeaten Northwestern.
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No. 25 Ball St. 24, Western Kentucky 7
Corey Sykes, MiQuale Lewis and Nate Davis rushed for 200 yards as Ball State won its first ever game as a top 25 team. Eastern Michigan is up next for the Cardinals.
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