Deonte Thompson caught two balls for 39 yards, including a 33-yard touchdown as the Gators steamrolled the Trojans leading into next weekend's SEC opener.
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No. 2 Texas 41, Wyoming 10
After a slow start, Longhorns QB Colt McCoy (337 yards passing, 3 TDs; 44 yards rushing, 1 TD) rallied his club to 28 unanswered points in the second half.
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No. 3 USC 18, No. 8 Ohio State 15
USC tailback Stafon Johnson totaled 52 yards and two touchdowns -- including the game-winning score with 1:05 left.
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No. 4 Alabama 40, Florida International 14
Quarterback Greg McElroy passed for 241 yards and one touchdown in just his second career start with Alabama, which tallied 516 yards against FIU.
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Houston 45, No. 5 Oklahoma State 35
Justin Johnson and the Cougars are riding high from Houston's stunning win over OSU at new Boone Pickens Stadium. UH amassed 512 yards and scored 21 fourth-quarter points to secure the upset.
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No. 7 Penn State 28, Syracuse 7
Sean Lee (top) and the Nittany Lions overwhelmed Greg Paulus and the Orange, limiting them to 200 total yards.
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No. 9 BYU 54, Tulane 3
The Cougars defense limited the Green Wave to just nine first downs, 37 yards rushing and 162 total yards at the Superdome.
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No. 10 California 59, Eastern Washington 7
Heisman candidate (and perhaps college football's fastest man) Jahvid Best racked up 163 total yards and two touchdowns in Saturday's victory, marking the Golden Bears' second straight week of 50-plus points.
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No. 12 Boise State 48, Miami (Ohio) 0
The offense may get all the publicity, but the defense (including Jeron Johnson, right) is driving this year's Broncos, who yielded only 14 first downs and 194 yards on Saturday.
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No. 13 Oklahoma 64, Idaho State 0
Despite getting tripped up here, Sooners receiver Ryan Broyles was an unstoppable force on Saturday, registering seven catches for 155 yards and three touchdowns.
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No. 14 Virginia Tech 52, Marshall 10
Redshirt freshman Ryan Williams ran for 164 yards and three touchdowns as the Hokies rebounded from their loss to Alabama by routing the Thundering Herd.
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No. 15 Georgia Tech 30, Clemson 27
Anthony Allen ran five times for 127 yards, including this 82-yard touchdown as the Yellow Jackets held off the Tigers.
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No. 16 TCU 30, Virginia 14
The Horned Frogs proffered a commanding 30-0 lead at Charlottesville on the strength of a defense that allowed just seven first downs and 177 yards.
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No. 17 Utah 24, San Jose State 14
The Utes rolled up nearly 500 yards of total offense on Saturday, led by receiver Jereme Brooks' five catches for 98 yards and one touchdown. Next up for Utah: A road clash with Oregon.
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Michigan 38, No. 18 Notre Dame 34
Freshman QB Tate Forcier and coach Rich Rodriguez can celebrate Michigan's first signature win since the 2008 Capital One Bowl (beating Florida). Against the Irish, Forcier accounted for 340 yards and three scores, including the game-winning TD pass with 11 seconds left.
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No. 19 North Carolina 12, Connecticut 10
Connecticut's Dan Ryan was called for holding in the end zone, giving Bruce Carter (54), Marvin Austin (9), Michael McAdoo and the Tar Heels the win in East Hartford.
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No. 21 Georgia 41, South Carolina 37
Georgia super sophomore pulled down six catches for 86 yards and one TD -- all team highs. The Dawgs escaped their first 0-2 start since 1996.
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No. 22 Nebraska 38, Arkansas State 8
Zac Lee completed 27 of 35 passes to 11 different receivers in throwing for 340 yards and four touchdowns in the Cornhuskers' win.
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No. 23 Cincinnati 70, Southwest Missouri State 3
Tony Pike (left) and Marshawn Gilyard combined for 342 yards and five touchdowns on Saturday. The Bearcats' 70 points was the largest output of any Top 25 team in Week 2.
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No. 24 Kansas 34, UTEP 7
Dezmon Briscoe pulled down eight catches for 154 yards -- both team highs -- in the Jayhawks' road win at El Paso. Next up for Kansas: A home date with ACC foe Duke.
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No. 25 Missouri 27, Bowling Green 20
For three quarters and trailing 20-6, Missouri's quest to remain in the Top 25 seemed fruitless. But Tigers QB Blaine Gabbert (184 total yards, 2 TDs) engineered three scoring drives to solidify his team's come-from-behind victory.
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