Tim Tebow ran 18 times for 37 yards in his first game back from a concussion. He also completed 11 of 15 passes, including a 24-yard scoring toss to Riley Cooper as the Gators ran their record to 6-0.
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No. 2 Texas 38, Colorado 14
Jordan Shipley made 11 receptions for 147 yards, including a 39-yard TD catch, and returned a punt 74 yards for another score as the Longhorns improved to 5-0.
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No. 3 Alabama 22, Mississippi 3
Mark Ingram carried the ball 28 times for 175 yards, including this 36-yard touchdown scamper on a day when Alabama's only other points came on five field goals by Leigh Tiffin.
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No. 5 Virgina Tech 48, Boston College 14
The Hokies ended a three-game losing streak to Boston College as Ryan Williams (pictured) ran for 159 yards and a touchdown while Tyrod Taylor threw a pair of TD passes.
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No. 9 Ohio State 31, Wisconsin 13
Chris Maragos scored on this nine-yard run to tie Saturday's game at 7-7. The Buckeyes only allowed two field goals thereafter in handing the Badgers their first loss.
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No. 10 TCU 20, Air Force 17
Linebacker Harrison McWilliams (33) and defensive back Chris Thomas (34) jacked up TCU running back Ed Wesley on this play, but the Falcons fell short in their upset bid. TCU is now 4-0.
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No. 11 Miami 48, Florida A&M 16
In its first game this season against an unranked opponent, Miami had six players score a touchdown and 12 catch at least one pass. Jacory Harris connected on 16 of his 24 attempts for 217 yards and two touchdowns in just two quarters of work.
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No 12 Iowa 30, Michigan 28
Iowa's Brandon Wegher leaps over Michigan defenders Kenny Demens, Ryan Van Bergen (53) and Donovan Warren (6) while scoring a touchdown during the second quarter. The Hawkeyes are 6-0 and have won 10 consecutive games, dating to last season.
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No. 13 Oregon 24, UCLA 10
Kenjon Barner erased a 3-0 deficit by returning the opening kickoff of the second half for 100 yards, and Oregon went on to score 21 consecutive points to improve to 5-1. Barner also had a 48-yard run on one of his four carries from scrimmage.
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No. 14 Penn State 52, Eastern Illinois 3
Highly touted freshman backup quarterback Kevin Newsome got on the field in the second half of the Nittany Lions 49-point victory. Though he fumbled on this play, he did score on a nine-yard run as Penn State enjoyed its highest point total since a 55-13 blowout of Syracuse in September 2008.
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No. 15 Oklahoma State 36, Texas A&M 31
Zac Robinson scored on a three-yard run and completed touchdown passes of 27 and 51 yards completed as the Cowboys won on the road at Kyle Field for only the second time since 1983.
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No. 16 Kansas 41, Iowa State 36
Dezmon Briscoe caught two of four touchdown passes thrown by Kansas quarterback Todd Reesing, who finished with 442 yards for the undefeated Jayhawks. Briscoe had 12 catches for 186 yards on the day while teammate Kerry Meier had 16 catches for 142 yards and two TDs.
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Arkansas 44, No. 17 Auburn 23
Auburn cornerback Walter McFadden makes an interception over Cobi Hamilton on a day when very little else went the Tigers way. Arkansas led 27-3 at the half and held off a late challenge to hand Auburn its first loss.
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No. 18 BYU 59, UNLV 21
Luke Ashworth was one of nine Cougars who caught a pass in BYU's 28-point win over the Rebels. Harvey Unga had three TD runs and quarterback Max Hall fired two scoring passes.
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No. 19 Oklahoma 33, Baylor 7
In his first game back since spraining the AC joint in his right, throwing shoulder, Heisman Trophy winner Sam Bradford completed 26 of 49 passes for 389 yards and one touchdown. The Sooners play their annual grudge match against Texas this weekend.
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No 21 Nebraska 27, No. 24 Missouri 12
Nebraska overcame a 12-0 deficit by mounting the biggest fourth-quarter road comeback in school history, helped in part by this Dejon Gomes interception that set up a touchdown.
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No. 22 Georgia Tech 49, Florida State 44
Jonathan Dwyer (pictured) scored twice for the 5-1 Yellow Jackets and Josh Nesbitt had three touchdowns, keeping the heat on losing Florida State coach Bobby Bowden.
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No. 25 South Carolina 28, Kentucky 26
C.C. Whitlock breaks up a pass during a narrow victory over Kentucky that wasn't secured until defensive end Cliff Matthews knocked down a potential tying two-point conversion pass in the closing minutes. The win gave South Carolina a 5-1 record heading into its weekend showdown against undefeated Alabama.
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