College Football Top 25 action
No. 25 Nebraska 35, Iowa State 17
Frantz Hardy caught two balls for 74 yards as the Cornhuskers beat the Cyclones for the 15th straight time in Memorial Stadium dating back to 1977.
No. 24 Cincinnati 52, San Diego State 23
Butler Benton and the Bearcats improved to 5-0 for the first time since 1954 and also won their eighth straight and sixth in a row under first-year coach Brian Kelly, who took over before their bowl game last season.
No. 23 Arizona State 41, Stanford 3
Omar Bolden returned an interception 29 yards for a touchdown as the Sun Devils improved to 5-0 for the first time since 1982.
Florida State 21, No. 22 Alabama 14
Antone Smith scored on a five-yard run as the Seminoles earned its first victory over Alabama as the schools met for the first time since 1974.
Illinois 27, No. 21 Penn State 20
Freshman Rejus Benn had two touchdowns, including a 90-yard kickoff return, as the Illini beat a ranked team for the first time since 2001.
No. 19 Hawaii 48, Idaho 20
Ryan Grice-Mullen (1) and Colt Brennan connected on a 13-yard touchdown to open the scoring as the Warriors improved to 5-0 -- and 2-0 in the Western Athletic Conference -- for the first time since 1981.
No. 17 Virginia Tech 17, North Carolina 10
Freshman quarterback Tyron Taylor scored on a 5-yard touchdown run and finished with 77 total yards of offense as the Hokies won their third straight.
No. 16 South Carolina 38, Mississippi State 21
Freshman quarterback Chris Smelley threw for 279 yards and two touchdowns on his 21st birthday as the Gamecocks improved to 4-1.
No. 15 Georgia 45, Ole Miss 17
Matthew Stafford threw for 150 yards and a touchdown, but it was Thomas Brown and the running game that did the heavy lifting in the win over Ole Miss.
No.14 Kentucky 45, Florida Atlantic 17
Andre Woodson's NCAA-record streak of passes without an interception ended at 325, but he threw for 301 yards and a career-high five touchdowns as the Wildcats rolled.
Georgia Tech 13, No. 13 Clemson 3
Tashard Choice ran for 145 yards and a touchdown as the Yellow Jackets snapped a two-game losing streak and avoided their first 0-3 start in league play since 1994.
No. 12 Boston College 24, UMass 14
Andre Calldender ran a career-high 32 times for 115 yards and two touchdowns to improve to 5-0 -- their best start since 1954.
Maryland 34, No. 10 Rutgers 24
Darrius Heyward-Bey (8), Joey Haynes and the Terrapins followed Cincinnati in 2006 and handed Rutgers a loss after the Scarlet Knights cracked the Top 10.
No. 9 Wisconsin 37, Michigan State 34
P.J. Hill ran for 155 yards and two touchdowns on 34 carries as the Badgers extended the nation's longest winning streak to 14 games.
No. 8 Ohio State 30, Minnesota 7
Chris Wells ran for 116 yards and two touchdowns as the Buckeyes improved their school record regular-season winning streak to 23 games.
Kansas State 41, No. 7 Texas 21
Josh Freeman and the Wildcats beat the Longhorns for the second straight year and handed Texas its worst home defeat in 10 years under coach Mack Brown.
No. 6 Cal 31, No. 11 Oregon 24
Justin Forsett ran for 105 yards and two touchdowns as the Golden Bears snapped a seven-game losing streak at Autzen Stadium.
No. 18 South Florida 21, No. 5 West Virginia 13
South Florida's defense stifled West Virginia's Steve Slaton, allowing the Heisman candidate 54 yards on the ground as the Bulls beat the Mountaineers for the second straight year.
Colorado 27, No. 3 Oklahoma 24
Kevin Eberhart hit a career-long 45-yard field goal as time expired as the Buffaloes earned their first win over a top-five team since Dec. 1, 2001.
No. 2 LSU 34, Tulane 9
Charles Scott ran for touchdowns of 35 and three yards as the Tigers rebounded from a slow start to roll over the Green Wave.
No. 1 USC 27, Washington 24
John David Booty threw for 236 yards and a touchdown as the Trojans survived a scare from Washington to win for the 60th time in 64 games.