College Football Top 25 Action
No. 24 Kentucky 27, Vanderbilt 20
The Wildcats kept themselves alive in the SEC East race by holding off the pesky Commodores. Kentucky QB Andre Woodson finished with 222 yards passing and a touchdown.
No. 23 Virginia 48, Miami 0
In the Hurricanes' final game at the Orange Bowl, the Cavaliers rampaged their way to a surprisingly one-sided victory. Virginia QB Jameel Sewell completed 19 of 24 passes for 279 yards and a touchdown.
No. 22 Tennessee 34, Arkansas 13
The Vols -- who control their own destiny in the SEC East race -- whipped the Hogs with a well-balanced attack. Tennessee held Arkansas' vaunted running game in check, giving up 127 yards on the ground.
Mississippi State 17, No. 21 Alabama 12
The Bulldogs became bowl eligible for the first time since 2000 with this upset victory. Mississippi State's Anthony Johnson (pictured) made the game's biggest play, returning an interception 100 yards for a touchdown.
No. 20 Clemson 44, Wake Forest 10
Known for their explosive running game, the Tigers actually lambasted the Demon Deacons through the air. Clemson QB Cullen Harper (right) threw for 266 yards and three touchdowns.
No. 19 Boise State 52, Utah State 0
The Broncos won their eighth straight game and dropped the Aggies to 0-10. Boise State QB Taylor Tharp completed 26 of 29 passes for 283 yards and two touchdowns.
No. 17 Florida 51, South Carolina 31
The Gamecocks' defense had trouble all night trying to slow Tim Tebow, who accounted for all seven of Florida's touchdowns.
Cincinnati 27, No. 16 Connecticut 3
The Huskies suffered their first Big East loss of the season. Cincinnati dominated UConn in total yardage 420-204. Cincy's Ben Mauk (pictured) threw for three touchdowns and ran for an additional score.
No. 15 Texas 59, Texas Tech 43
The Longhorns scored 24 fourth-quarter points to hold off the high-flying Red Raiders. Texas QB Colt McCoy passed for four touchdowns and ran for two more.
Wisconsin 37, No. 13 Michigan 21
Wisconsin snapped Michigan's eight-game winning streak one week before the Wolverines' clash with Ohio State. Badgers QB Tyler Donovan (pictured) passed for 245 yards and a touchdown and ran for an additional 49 yards and a score.
No. 12 USC 24, No. 24 Cal 17
The Trojans stayed in the Rose Bowl hunt behind Chauncey Washington's career-high 220 rushing yards.
No. 11 Virginia Tech 40, Florida State 21
Hokies coach Frank Beamer earned his first win ever against Florida State. Virginia Tech QB Tyrod Taylor returned from injury by throwing for two touchdowns and running for another.
No. 10 Georgia 45, No. 18 Auburn 20
Wearing black jerseys for the first time in school history, the Bulldogs scored the game's final 28 points to earn the victory. Georgia freshman Knowshon Moreno eclipsed 100 yards rushing for the fourth straight game.
No. 9 Arizona State 24, UCLA 20
The Sun Devils won in the Rose Bowl for the first time since 1996. Los Angeles native Rudy Carpenter paced the Arizona State offense, throwing for 200 yards and a touchdown.
Maryland 42, No. 8 Boston College 35
Boston College's top-ranked rushing defense (58 yards per game) surrendered a season-high 135 yards against the Terps.
No. 7 Missouri 40, Texas A&M 26
The Tigers reached nine victories for the first time since 1949. As usual, Missouri QB Chase Daniel led the charge, throwing for 352 yards and three touchdowns.
No. 6 West Virginia 38, Louisville 31
The Cardinals erased a 17-point, third-quarter deficit, tying the game at 31. But Mountaineers QB Pat White (pictured) scrambled for a 50-yard touchdown with 1:36 remaining to seal West Virginia's eighth victory.
No. 5 Kansas 43, Oklahoma State 28
Todd Reesing completed 27 of 40 passes for 308 yards and three touchdowns to help Kansas move to 10-0 for the first time since 1899.
No. 4 Oklahoma 52, Baylor 21
The Sooners improved to 17-0 all-time against the Bears. Oklahoma freshman RB DeMarco Murray (pictured) scored four touchdowns, including one on a 91-yard kickoff return.
No. 2 LSU 58, Louisiana Tech 10
LSU, which improved to 17-1 against Louisiana Tech, rolled up 595 total yards against the Bulldogs' defense.
Illinois 28, No. 1 Ohio State 21
The Fighting Illini handed the Buckeyes their first conference loss in 21 games. Illinois QB Juice Williams tore apart Ohio State's vaunted defense, throwing four touchdown passes.