College Football Top 25 Action
No. 25 Tennessee 33, Mississippi State 21
Arian Foster ran for 139 yards and a touchdown as the Volunteers earned their third straight win and the fourth in their last five games.
No. 24 Georgia 20, Vanderbilt 17
Knowshon Moreno ran for 157 yards as Georgia ended a six-game skid against SEC East opponents.
No. 23 Texas 56, Iowa State 3
Colt McCoy (12) threw four touchdown passes and ran for another as the Longhorns ripped the Cyclones to pick up their first Big 12 victory of the season.
No. 22 Auburn 9, Arkansas 7
Rodgeriqus Smith and the Tigers won for the fourth straight time and the second in a row off a game-winning kick from Wes Byrum.
Wake Forest 24, No. 21 Florida State 21
Riley Skinner threw for 215 yards and two touchdowns in leading the Demon Deacons past the Seminoles for the second straight season.
No. 20 Kansas 58, Baylor 10
Jake Sharp (1) rushed for 110 yards and a touchdown as the Jayhawks improved to 6-0 for the first time since 1995.
Penn State 38, No. 19 Wisconsin 7
Lydell Sargeant and Penn State handed Kyle Jefferson and the Badgers their second straight loss after winning 14 in a row.
Iowa 10, No. 18 Illinois 6
Harold Dalton and the Hawkeyes defense held Illinois 24 points below its season average in ending at five-game winning streak by the Illini.
No. 16 Hawaii 42, San Jose State 35 (OT)
Although he finished with four interceptions, QB Colt Brennan racked up 545 yards passing and guided the undefeated Warriors to a thrilling comeback win. Hawaii rallied 14 points in the final four minutes of regulation to tie the game before winning in overtime.
Louisville 28, No. 15 Cincinnati 24
Brian Brohm threw for 350 yards and three touchdowns as the Cardinals won their fifth straight over the previously unbeaten Bearcats.
No. 14 Arizona State 44, Washington 20
Chris McGaha caught five balls for 73 yards as the Sun Devils ended the day as the Pac-10's last remaining undefeated team.
No. 12 Virginia Tech 43, Duke 14
Sean Glennon (7) threw for 258 yards and two touchdowns in relief of injured starter Tyrod Taylor as the Hokies beat Duke for the seventh straight time.
No. 10 USC 20, Arizona 13
Chauncey Washington ran for 54 yards, including an 18-yard touchdown, for the Trojans, who had to rally to beat the Wildcats.
No. 9 Oregon 50, Washington State 7
Oregon quarterback Dennis Dixon (holding ball) threw for 287 yards and three touchdowns and ran for another score as the Ducks cruised in Eugene.
No. 7 South Carolina 21, North Carolina 15
Mike Davis and the Gamecocks defended their first top 10 ranking since 2001 and gave coach Steve Spurrier his fourth straight win over the Tar Heels.
No. 6 Oklahoma 41, Missouri 31
Malcom Kelly caught five balls for 58 yards as the Sooners handed Missouri its first loss and kept the Tigers winless in Norman since 1966.
No. 5 South Florida 64, Central Florida 12
Matt Grothe threw for two touchdowns and ran for two more as the Bulls won playing at home for the first time since climbing into the top 10.
No. 4 Boston College 27, Notre Dame 14
Matt Ryan passed for 290 yards and a pair of touchdowns as Boston College earned its fifth straight win over Notre Dame and improved to 7-0 for the first time since 1942.
No. 3 Ohio State 48, Kent State 3
Chris Wells ran for a touchdown as the Buckeyes extended their regular-season winning streak to 25 games.
Oregon State 31, No. 2 Cal 28
The Beavers ended Cal's bid at becoming No. 1 in making the Golden Bears the 10th team ranked in the Top 10 to lose to an unranked team this season.
No. 17 Kentucky 43, No. 1 LSU 37 3OT
Andre Woodson threw for 250 yards and three touchdowns, including a 7-yard strike to Steve Johnson in the third overtime, as the Wildcats beat a No. 1 ranked team for the first time in 43 years.