College Football Top 25 Action
No. 5 LSU 30, No. 18 Auburn 24
LSU's Demetrius Byrd hauls in the game-winning TD with 0:01 remaining, giving the Tigers a huge win that keeps alive national title hopes.
Pittsburgh 24, No. 23 Cincinnati 17
LaRod Stephens-Howling (pictured) and LeSean McCoy combined for 237 yards rushing in the Panthers' upset win over the Bearcats.
Alabama 41, No. 20 Tennessee 17
John Parker Wilson threw for a career-high 363 yards and three touchdowns in the Crimson Tide's blowout win over the 20th-ranked Vols.
No. 19 Texas 31, Baylor 10
The Longhorns earned their 10th consecutive victory over the Bears, but not without a struggle. Texas led by only a touchdown in the fourth quarter before getting two late scores.
No. 15 Kansas 19, Colorado 14
The Buffaloes' underrated defense contained a high-powered Jayhawks attack, but Kansas' defense forced three turnovers and stopped Colorado on downs twice in the fourth quarter to preserve the win.
No. 15 Missouri 41, No. 22 Texas Tech 10
The Tigers easily won this battle of two extremely high-powered offenses. Missouri's defense limited the Red Raiders to a single touchdown.
No. 13 USC 38, Notre Dame 0
After struggling in three straight Pac-10 games -- including a shocking loss to Stanford -- the Trojans got back on track with a trip to South Bend. USC QB Mark Sanchez had four touchdown passes.
UCLA 30, No. 10 Cal 21
One week after Oregon State ruined the Golden Bears' perfect season, UCLA handed Cal its second straight defeat. Alterraun Verner (pictured) put the game away by returning an interception 76 yards for a touchdown.
No. 9 West Virginia 38, Mississippi State 13
The Mountaineers jumped out to a 28-0 lead in the first quarter and never looked back. West Virginia QB Pat White threw a pair of TD passes and rushed for an additional score during the opening 15 minutes.
No. 14 Florida 45, No. 8 Kentucky 37
The Gators prevailed in a high-octane, SEC shootout. Heisman Trophy candidate Tim Tebow threw four touchdown passes and ran for an additional score.
Vanderbilt 17, No. 6 South Carolina 6
Steve Spurrier came into this game with a career mark of 14-0 against the Commodores, but that streak came to an end. Vandy handed the Gamecocks a second loss with a fabulous defensive effort.
No. 4 Oklahoma 17, Iowa State 7
The Cyclones held a 7-0 advantage at the half, but Chris Brown rushed for two second-half touchdowns in leading the Sooners to victory.
Rutgers 30, No. 2 South Florida 27
Ray Rice ran wild on South Florida for the third straight season. Rutgers' star running back carried the ball 39 times for 181 yards and the Scarlet Knights knocked off the second-ranked Bulls in front of a raucous crowd in Piscataway.
No. 1 Ohio State 24, Michigan State 17
The Buckeyes jumped out to a 24-0 lead, but the Spartans got back in the game by scoring two touchdowns off turnovers in the third quarter. Ohio State held off, though, improving to 8-0.
No. 7 Oregon 55, Washington 34
Jonathan Stewart had 252 yards rushing on 30 carries as the Ducks ran wild on the Huskies' defense.
Oklahoma State 41, No. 25 Kansas State 39
Kansas State's Jordy Nelson had 174 yards receiving and scored three TDs, but it wasn't enough as the Cowboys tallied the win on a last-second field goal.
No. 24 Michigan 27, Illinois 17
Michigan's Mario Manningham had nine catches for 109 yards and two scores to help offset the absence of running back Mike Hart.