Tim Tebow (right) accounted for two touchdowns and Caleb Sturgis kicked two field goals as the Gators (9-0, 7-0) extended their winning streak to 19 games overall -- and their streak against Vandy (2-8, 0-6) to 19 games.
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No. 2 Texas 35, Central Florida 3
Cody Johnson tumbles into the end zone for his second touchdown as Texas shook off a slow start. Jordan Shipley set a UT record with 273 yards receiving, including an 88-yard touchdown, and Colt McCoy threw for 470 yards -- just short of running backs coach Major Applewhite's school-record 473 yards in the 2001 Holiday Bowl.
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No. 3 Alabama 24, No. 9 LSU 13
Mark Ingram (left) gained 106 of his 144 yards after the half to continue a strong campaign for Heisman Trophy consideration and help Alabama to a second straight trip to the SEC championship game. Julio Jones caught a 73-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter and Leigh Tiffin booted a 40-yard field goal with 3:04 left to seal the victory.
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No. 4 Cincinnati 47, Connecticut 45
Mardy Gilyard (right) caught 12 passes for 172 yards as Cincinnati matched the best start in its history. Zach Collaros threw for 480 yards and a touchdown as the 9-0 Bearcats kept themselves in the conversation of national title contenders. Sophomore Jordan Todman rushed for 162 yards and four touchdowns for the 4-5 Huskies.
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No. 5 Boise State 45, Louisiana Tech 35
Sophomore Kellen Moore threw for 354 yards Friday and three touchdowns, and Boise State remained unbeaten and in contention for a BCS bid. Junior Jeremy Avery rushed for 146 yards and a touchdown for the Broncos.
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No. 6 TCU 55, San Diego State 12
Andy Dalton (center) threw two touchdown passes and ran for two more as TCU won its 11th straight to remain in the chase for a BCS bowl berth. The Horned Frogs ' defense, ranked first in the country in total defense, produced four turnovers that led to 13 points.
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Stanford 51, No. 7 Oregon 42
Toby Gerhart (center) ran for a school-record 223 yards and three scores, Andrew Luck threw for two touchdowns and the Cardinal snapped a six-game losing streak to the Ducks for their all-important sixth win of the season. The loss cost the Ducks any shot at a berth in the Bowl Championship Series title game.
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Northwestern 17, No. 8 Iowa 10
Northwestern's Marshall Thomas (center) celebrates after he recovered an Iowa fumble for a touchdown. The Wildcats, who snapped the Hawks' 13-game winning streak, notched their first win over a top-10 opponent since knocking off then-No. 6 Ohio State 33-27 in overtime in 2004. Iowa played without starting quarterback Ricky Stanzi after he sustained an apparent ankle injury early in the second quarter.
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No. 10 Georgia Tech 30, Wake Forest 27 (OT)
Josh Nesbitt scored the game-winner in overtime to power the Yellow Jackets, who converted a gutsy fourth-down gamble to escape the Demon Deacons' upset bid. Georgia Tech would clinch a spot in the ACC title game with a win at Duke next Saturday.
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No. 15 Ohio State 24, No. 11 Penn State 7
Terrelle Pryor threw for two touchdowns and ran for another in his return to his home state as the Buckeyes secured a tie for the Big Ten conference lead. Ohio State (8-2, 5-1) held Penn State (8-2, 4-2) to 201 total yards and nine first downs.
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No. 12 USC 14, Arizona State 9
Joe McKnight (left) and Allen Bradford combined for 145 yards to help Southern California rebound from the worst loss in the Pete Carroll era. The victory kept the Trojans in the hunt for an eighth straight Bowl Championship Series berth. Will Harris returned an interception 55 yards for a score, Matt Barkley threw a 75-yard pass to Damian Williams for another score to account for the Trojans' scoring.
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No. 13 Houston 46, Tulsa 45
Matt Hogan kicked a 51-yard field goal as time expired to lift Houston, finishing off another thrilling comeback led by quarterback Case Keenum (left), who cmpleted 40 of 60 passes for 522 yards and three touchdowns -- his second straight game with more than 500 passing yards.
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No. 14 Pittsburgh 37, Syracuse 10
Tight end Dorin Dickerson celebrates his 14-yard scoring catch -- his 10th of the season -- as Pittsburgh extended its best start to a season since 1982 with an easy Big East win. Dion Lewis ran for 110 yards and a touchdown for the freshman's sixth 100-yard game for the Panthers, who play host to Notre Dame next week.
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No. 16 Miami 52, Virginia 17
Marcus Robinson (right) helped the Miami defense make life difficult for Virginia quarterback Marc Verica, who completed 11 passes for 75 yards. Graig Cooper rushed for a career-best 152 yards and a touchdown and Damien Berry ran for a pair of second-half scores for 7-2 Miami.
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No. 17 Utah 45, New Mexico 14
Jereme Brooks races untouched to the end zone to complete a 69-yard scoring play as the Utes coasted. Jordan Wynn passed for 297 yards and two touchdowns in his first college start and Eddie Wide set a school record with his sixth straight 100-yard rushing game as Utah set up a first-place showdown next week at No. 6 TCU.
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No. 18 Oklahoma State 34, Iowa State 8
Ugo Chinasa (No. 91) and Jeremiah Price (No. 97) led a strong defensive effort as Oklahoma State limited Iowa State to 54 rushing yards and 13 first downs. Senior Keith Toston rushed for 207 yards and three touchdowns for the Cowboys, who next host Texas Tech and Colorado.
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Navy 23, No. 19 Notre Dame 21
Vince Murray (left) rushed for 158 yards and a touchdown as Navy improved to 7-3 by stunning the Fighting Irish for the second straight time at Notre Dame Stadium. Jimmy Clausen threw for 453 yards and two scores, but Notre Dame (6-3) effectively lost any hope for a Bowl Championship Series berth.
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Nebraska 10, No. 20 Oklahoma 3
Roy Helu (left) goes vertical for extra yardage. He did plenty while on the ground, too -- finishing with 138 yards on 20 carries. Matt O'Hanlon had three of Nebraska's five interceptions against Landry Jones and the Cornhuskers squeezed enough production out of their struggling offense to upset Oklahoma.
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No. 21 Arizona 48, Washington State 7
Keola Antolin (No. 2) collected one of three rushing touchdowns as 6-2 Arizona cruised to a Pac-10 win. Travis Cobb returned the opening kickoff 95 yards for a touchdown and William Wright added an 86-yard punt return for another score as the Wildcats -- the only team in the conference never to play in the Rose Bowl -- stayed in the thick of the Pac-10 race.
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No. 22 Virginia Tech 16, East Carolina 3
Ryan Williams ran for a season-high 179 yards Thursday as the Hokies avoided their first three-game losing streak in six years. The freshman cracked the 1,000-yard plateau as Virginia Tech improved to 6-3.
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Oregon State 31, No. 23 California 14
Sean Canfield threw for 342 yards and two touchdowns and ran for a score to lead 6-3 Oregon State. The Golden Bears, who had won three straight to get back in the Top 25 for the first time following a four-week absence, lost their fifth straight at home to the Beavers -- and this one made Oregon State bowl eligible.
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No. 24 Wisconsin 31, Indiana 28
Freshman Montee Ball (center) and sophomore John Clay combined for 249 rushing yards and three touchdowns as Wisconsin (7-2 overall, 4-2 in the Big Ten) used its power game to grind out another win. The loss was another big blow to Indiana's (4-6) fading bowl hopes.
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No. 25 BYU 52, Wyoming 0
Harvey Unga (right) rushed for 85 yards and two scores as Brigham Young handed Wyoming its most lopsided loss since 1985. Max Hall threw for 312 yards and four touchdowns in just over two quarters as the Cougars won their sixth straight over the Cowboys.
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