Freshman Keola Antolin ran for 149 yards and three touchdowns as the Arizona handed Cal its second straight loss in Tucson as a ranked team.
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No. 23 Pitt 42, Navy 21
LeSean McCoy (center) ran for 156 yards and three touchdowns for the Panthers, who are 5-1 for the fourth time since 2000.
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Maryland 25, No. 21 Wake Forest 0
Josh Portis (left) and the Terrapins shut out the Demon Deacons for their fifth straight win over a Top 25 opponent and the third this season.
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No. 19 South Florida 45, Syracuse 13
Mike Ford (26) ran for 51 yards as the Bulls improved to 4-0 against the Orange since joining the Big East in 2005.
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Virginia 16, No. 18 North Carolina 13, OT
Cedric Peerman (37) scored from two yards out as the Cavaliers denied the Tar Heels their first victory at Virginia since Nov. 14, 1981.
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Boston College 28, No. 17 Virginia Tech 23
The Boston College defense limited Dyrell Roberts and the Virginia Tech offense to a season-low 240 yards in ending the Hokies' five-game winning streak.
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No. 15 Boise State 27, Hawaii 7
Austin Pettis caught a 16-yard touchdown pass as the Broncos won their 17th straight home game and improved to 6-0 on the season.
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No. 14 Utah 49, Colorado State 16
Backup quarterback Corbin Louks ran for 109 yards and two touchdowns as the Utes gained 549 yards of offense to move to 8-0.
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No. 13 LSU 24, South Carolina 17
Andrew Hatch and the Tigers overcame a 17-10 halftime deficit to end the Gamecocks' four-game winning streak.
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No. 12 Ohio State 45, No. 20 Michigan State 7
Terrelle Pryor (back) ran for 72 yards and a touchdown and threw for 116 yards and a TD to Brian Robiskie (80) in the Buckeyes' victory in East Lansing.
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No. 10 Georgia 24, No. 22 Vanderbilt 14
Bulldogs running back Knowshon Moreno (24) finished with 172 yards, his highest total of the season and the third highest of his career.
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TCU 32, No. 9 BYU 7
TCU jumped out to a 23-0 halftime lead in snapping BYU's nation-long 16-game winning streak and putting the Cougars' BCS dreams in serious jeopardy.
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No. 8 Oklahoma State 34, Baylor 6
Dez Bryant had a career-high 11 catches for 212 yards and two touchdowns as the Cowboys improved to 12-1 against Baylor since the formation of the Big 12 in 1996.
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No. 7 Texas Tech 43, Texas A&M 25
Michael Crabtree caught eight balls for 71 yards and two touchdowns for the 7-0 Red Raiders, who are off to their best start in 32 years.
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No. 6 USC 69, Washington State 0
C.J. Gable (top) ran for three of the Trojans 10 touchdowns against Washington State, which has been outscored 385-111 this season.
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No. 4 Oklahoma 45, No. 16 Kansas 31
Sam Bradford passed for an Oklahoma record 468 yards to go along with three touchdowns as the Sooners rebounded from last week's loss to Texas.
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No. 3 Penn State 46, Michigan 17
Jordan Norwood and the Nittany Lions overcame a 17-14 halftime deficit with 32 unanswered points to snap a nine-game losing skid against Michigan and stay unbeaten.
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No. 2 Alabama 24, Ole Miss 20
Marquis Maze (4) hauled in a 26-yard touchdown pass from John Parker Wilson in another close win for the Crimson Tide, who have won their past two games by a total of seven points.
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No. 1 Texas 56, Missouri 31
Colt McCoy was 29-of-32 passing for 337 yards and a touchdown and ran 11 times for 23 yards and two more scores as the Longhorns won a week after earning their first regular-season No. 1 ranking since 1984.
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