For the second straight week, top-ranked Alabama proved it didn't need Heisman Trophy winner Mark Ingram to win. Trent Richardson and the Tide rolled over Penn State, as the team's supersub running back rushed 22 times for 144 yards and a touchdown.
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Despite four Jacory Harris interceptions, Miami kept it interesting right until the end. Ultimately, Dan Herron (1), Terrelle Pryor and the Ohio State offense did enough to secure the win on a rainy day in Columbus.
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In a 62-point outburst, the Horned Frogs recorded their 15th straight victory at home with a win over the Golden Eagles, who are now 0-26 all-time against FBS teams. Six different TCU players rushed for touchdowns in the win.
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Texas scored early and often, easily defeating an inferior Wyoming team. Sophomore quarterback Garrett Gilbert doesn't have Longhorn fans forgetting about Colt McCoy yet, but did complete 22 of 35 passes for 222 yards and a touchdown.
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Nebraska freshman quarterback Taylor Martinez only passed for 106 yards, but he ran for 157 more and two scores in a 38-point outing for the 'Huskers.
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After trailing 13-3 in the second quarter, Oregon rattled off 45 unanswered points -- including an amazing 72-yard touchdown run by LaMichael James -- to win at Tennessee. James, returning from a one-game suspension, finished with 134 of Oregon's 245 rushing yards.
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Florida again struggled on offense, but its defense forced four B.J. Daniels interceptions and capitalized on the Bulls' mistakes.
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Iowa scored on four of its first five possessions, including a touchdown pass to Marvin McNutt (right). But it wasn't all bad for Iowa State: With less than two minutes left, the Cyclones scored their first touchdown on Iowa since 2006.
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Well, so much for worrying about Oklahoma. Landry Jones passed for 380 yards and four scores and the Sooners D suffocated a vaunted Florida State attack, holding Christian Ponder to 113 yards, two picks and no touchdowns.
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Much like in their season opener, the Badgers looked sloppy at times against San Jose State. But they still managed 401 total yards of offense and secured the win.
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Virginia Tech is 0-2. After falling to Boise State in a nationally televised Week 1 showdown, the Hokies were upset by quarterback Drew Dudzik and FCS team James Madison.
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Ryan Mallett completed 28 of 43 passes for 400 yards and two touchdowns as the Razorbacks came on strong in the second half and beat Louisiana Monroe handedly on Saturday. Arkansas struggled to move the ball and led only 7-0 at the break, but turned it on in the final two quarters to finish off its opponent.
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Quarterback Josh Nesbitt closed the gap in the final minutes, but Georgia Tech couldn't quite handle a rebuilding Kansas team that lost 6-3 to North Dakota State in the opener.
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Matt Barkley (202 passing yards, 2 TDs) and the Men of Troy did just enough to eke out a home victory over an ACC also-ran on Saturday. But a win is a win is a win for USC (2-0), which travels to Minnesota next week before opening up Pac-10 play on Sept. 25 against Washington State.
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Stevan Ridley scored on a 65-yard touchdown and ran for 144 of his career-high 159 yards in the second half as the Tigers never trailed in defeating Vanderbilt on Saturday night.
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Make it 19 straight at home for Utah. Shaky Smithson atoned for muffing two punts in the opener by catching a touchdown pass and scoring again on a return in the third quarter. The good news for UNLV: Utah will be in the Pac-10 this time next year.
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Auburn's offense was the story in the opener, but Nick Fairley and the Tigers showed they can also win with defense by holding Mississippi State to 14 points in a Week 2 win.
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True freshman running back Marcus Lattimore was an absolute beast for South Carolina, scoring twice and rushing for 182 yards. Georgia, playing without star wideout A.J. Green, couldn't keep pace with its SEC East rival, and fell 17-6.
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The Mountaineers trailed Marshall by 15 points in the fourth quarter, but quarterback Geno Smith rallied the troops and forced overtime, where a field goal allowed West Virginia to escape the upset.
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No love was lost Saturday between these Pac-10 foes on Saturday. Stanford sophomore quarterback Andrew Luck highlighted a big day with two touchdown passes and the Cardinal defense did the rest in this 35-point romp.
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