Mark Ingram ran for a career-high 140 yards and two touchdowns to lead Alabama past mistake-prone Kentucky.
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No. 4 LSU 20, No. 18 Georgia 13
Charles Scott scored on a 33-yard run with 46 seconds remaining to cap a wild finish that gave LSU the win against 18th-ranked Georgia.
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No. 5 Boise State 34, UC Davis 16
Kellen Moore threw for 285 yards and three touchdowns, including a pair to Austin Pettis, to lead Boise State to a victory over UC Davis.
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No. 6 Virginia Tech 34, Duke 26
Tyrod Taylor threw two long touchdown passes and sixth-ranked Virginia Tech dodged a letdown and beat Duke on Saturday.
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No. 7 USC 30, No 24 California 3
Taylor Mays (bottom) and a dominating USC defense overshadowed any offensive deficiencies for the Trojans and overwhelmed Jahvid Best (top) and the California offense.
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No. 17 Miami 21, No. 8 Oklahoma 20
With Oklahoma's reigning Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback watching from the sideline, still out with a right shoulder injury, Miami (3-1) scored 21 straight points to take control. Jacory Harris and the Hurricanes found the right combination for their biggest win in years.
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No. 9 Ohio St. 33, Indiana 14
Terrelle Pryor threw three touchdown passes and rushed for another score in the victory over Indiana.He finished 16 of 27 for 159 yards and rushed 16 times for 63 yards.
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No. 10 Cincinnati 37, Miami (Ohio) 13
Jacob Ramsey ran for 103 yards and three touchdowns in Cincinnati's pass-oriented offense Saturday, and the Bearcats broke open a close game in the fourth quarter for a victory over Miami (Ohio).
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No. 11 TCU 39, SMU 14
Jeremy Kerley returned a punt 71 yards for the go-ahead touchdown and 11th-ranked TCU overcame three first-half turnovers to avoid another letdown against SMU, beating the Mustangs Saturday night.
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UTEP 58, No. 12 Houston 41
UTEP running back Donald Buckram ran for a career high 262 yards and four touchdowns as the Miners upset Houston.
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No. 13 Iowa 24, Arkansas State 21
Marvin McNutt caught two touchdown passes and Iowa slipped past Arkansas State to give the Hawkeyes their best start since 1995.
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No. 15 Penn State 35, Illinois 17
The Nittany Lions battered the Illini with 338 yards rushing on a wet, windy, 50-degree day. Running backs Stephfon Green (left) and Evan Royster each topped 100 yards - Green with 120 yards on 13 carries and Royster with 17 rushes for 105.
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No. 16 Oregon 52, Washington State 6
Jeremiah Masoli threw for 116 yards and a touchdown and ran for another score before sitting out the second half in No. 16 Oregon's 52-6 victory over Washington State on Saturday night.
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No. 20 BYU 35, Utah State 17
Max Hall threw three touchdown passes and Harvey Unga (left) ran for 118 yards and a score in No. 20 BYU's victory over Utah State on Friday night.
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No. 21 Mississippi 23, Vanderbilt 7
Jevan Snead passed for three touchdowns to overcome his three interceptions as Mississippi bounced back Saturday night with a win over Vanderbilt. Snead finished 19 of 34 for 237 yards.
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Michigan State 26, No. 22 Michigan 20
Larry Caper's overtime TD run gave Michigan State its first consecutive victories over Michigan since 1967.
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No. 25 Georgia Tech 42, Mississippi State 31
Georgia Tech back Roddy Jones stumbles into the end zone for a second quarter five-yard touchdown run against Mississippi State. Georgia Tech converted three Mississippi State turnovers into touchdowns for the win.
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