USC receiver Ronald Johnson escapes a pair of Washington State defenders in USC's dominating victory on Saturday.
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No. 2 LSU 28, South Carolina 16
Trindon Holliday finished with a career-high 73 yards rushing, including a 33-yard touchdown in LSU's victory.
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No. 3 Florida 30, Ole Miss 24
Tim Tebow set a school record for quarterbacks with 166 yards rushing and accounted for four touchdowns as the Gators held off a late rally from Ole Miss.
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No. 4 Oklahoma 62, Tulsa 21
Malcom Kelly had three catches for 48 yards to help Oklahoma score at least 50 points for the fourth straight game.
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No. 5 West Virginia 48, East Carolina 7
Steve Slaton rushed for 110 yards and a score to match the West Virginia record for career touchdowns. It was Slaton's 42nd career rushing TD, tying the school record shared by Ira Rodgers and Avon Cobourne.
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No. 6 California 45, Arizona 27
DeSean Jackson, who had three catches for 39 yards, tries to outrun Arizona's Cam Nelson.
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No. 7 Texas 58, Rice 14
The Longhorns raced out to a 41-0 lead, kicked off by this 17-yard touchdown grab by Quan Cosby.
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No. 8 Ohio State 58, Northwestern 7
Ohio State's Anderson Russell forces a fumble on Northwestern quarterback C.J. Bacher. The ball was scooped up by Vernon Gholston, who rumbled in for a touchdown and a 28-0 lead.
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No. 9 Wisconsin 17, Iowa 13
Wisconsin extended its winning streak to 13 games -- the longest active streak in major college football and carried off the Heartland Trophy, which goes to the winner of the annual Iowa-Wisconsin football game. Heartland Trophy
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Michigan 14, No. 10 Penn State 9
Freshman quarterback Ryan Mallett, starting for the injured Chad Henne, was 16-of-29 for 170 yards with an interception and he scored the first TD of the game on a 10-yard run.
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No. 13 Oregon 55, Stanford 31
In addition to this rushing touchdown, Dennis Dixon threw four touchdown passes as Oregon moved to 4-0 for the second straight season.
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No. 14 Boston College 37, Army 17
Andre Callender had nine carries for 87 yards, including a 66-yard touchdown scamper.
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No. 15 Clemson 42, N.C. State 20
James Davis had a season-high 166 yards with a 3-yard touchdown catch and a 1-yard scoring run as Clemson ran for 340 yards, its most in an Atlantic Coast Conference game since 2000.
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No. 22 Georgia 26, No. 16 Alabama 23 (OT)
Georgia's Mikey Henderson hauls in the game-winning 25-yard touchdown pass from Matthew Stafford in overtime.
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No. 17 Virginia Tech 44, William & Mary 3
Kenny Lewis Jr. scored a touchdown on an 8-yard run to give Virginia Tech a 27-0 lead at the end of the first quarter.
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Syracuse 38, No. 18 Louisville 35
Facing third-and-5 at the Louisville 17 early in the fourth quarter, Syracuse QB Andrew Robinson found Mike Williams (pictured) underneath. Williams slipped between two Louisville defenders and sprinted into the end zone to put the game out of reach.
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No. 19 Hawaii 66, Charleston Southern 10
Hawaii quarterback Tyler Graunke, playing in place of injured starter Colt Brennan, threw for 285 yards and three touchdowns over the Football Championship Subdivision Bucs.
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Miami 34, No. 20 Texas A&M 17
Miami tight end Chris Zellner (88) celebrates after giving the Hurricanes a 31-0 lead late in the third quarter.
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No. 21 Kentucky 42, Arkansas 29
Rafael Little celebrates after scoring Kentucky's first touchdown on a 14-yard run.
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No. 23 South Florida 37, North Carolina 10
Amarri Jackson was one of 10 South Florida players with a reception, including this 12-yard diving touchdown.
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No. 25 Missouri 38, Illinois State 17
Jeremy Maclin, a redshirt freshman, had a 64-yard punt return, becoming the first Missouri player in 32 years to return two punts for touchdowns in a season.
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No. 24 Nebraska 41, Ball State 40
Maurice Purify had six catches for 122 yards and pulled in the game-winning, 11-yard touchdown with 3:13 left in the game.
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