It's a bird. It's a plane. No, it's Tide running back extraordinaire Glen Coffee flying through the Vols' defense, to the tune of 82 combined yards and one touchdown. Next up for Alabama -- a likely breather with Arkansas State.
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No. 3 Penn State 13, No. 10 Ohio State 6
Maybe, just maybe Lydell Sargeant and the 9-0 Nittany Lions are mortal locks for the BCS title game after knocking off the Buckeyes. Penn State has just Iowa, Indiana and Michigan State left on the Big Ten schedule.
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No. 4 Oklahoma 58, Kansas State 35
Sam Bradford was 13-for-32 for 255 yards and three scores in the Sooners' win. The 40 percent completion percentage was the lowest of his Oklahoma career.
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No. 5 Florida 63, Kentucky 5
Heisman winner Tim Tebow (15) ran for two touchdowns and threw for two more as the Gators extended their winning streak over Kentucky to 22 games.
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No. 6 USC 17, Arizona 10
The offense wasn't working, so the Trojans turned to their defense to hold down the Wildcats, who had averaged 40.4 points per game, ninth in the nation.
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No. 8 Texas Tech 63, No. 19 Kansas 21
Graham Harrell passed for 386 yards and five touchdowns for the Red Raiders, who scored on eight of their nine possessions.
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No. 9 Georgia 52, No. 11 LSU 38
Who could've envisioned the Bulldogs hanging a half-hundred on LSU at Death Valley? But that's exactly what happened, thanks to QB Matt Stafford (249 yards, 2 TDs) and freshman WR A.J. Green (89 yards, 1 TD). Next up for Georgia: A date with No. 5 Florida.
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No. 13 Boise State 33, San Jose State 16
Ian Johnson (41) ran for 66 yards and two touchdowns, giving him a school record 51 in his career, as the Broncos moved to 7-0 on the season.
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No. 15 TCU 54, Wyoming 7
The high-flying Horned Frogs amassed 444 yards of offense against the Cowboys on Saturday ... and receiver Jimmy Young (with ball) was responsible for more than half the ouptut -- hauling in five catches for 226 yards and three TDs.
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No. 16 Missouri 58, Colorado 0
So much for the Tigers being stuck in neutral. QB Chase Daniel was at the forefront of the offense's revitalization, throwing for 302 yards and five TDs against the overmatched Buffaloes.
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Rutgers 54, No. 17 Pitt 34
What was the greatest singular suprise: The fact that Rutgers, 2-5 entering Saturday's clash, would pound Pitt by 20 in the Steel City? ... that the usually anemic Scarlet Knights would amass 54 points in one game? ... or that QB Mike Teel would throw for six touchdowns in victory? Nevertheless, things are suddenly looking up for Rutgers in the Big East.
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No. 18 BYU 42, UNLV 35
On paper, it looked like a mismatch. But the Cougars, perhaps still stinging from their blowout loss to TCU last week, needed all of QB Max Hall's talent and smarts to pull off the last-gasp win. On the day, Hall threw for 245 yards and four TDs.
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No. 20 Ball State 38, Eastern Michigan 16
Briggs Orsbon caught a touchdown pass and threw another as the Cardinals improved to 8-0, their best start since 1965.
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Virginia 24, No. 21 Georgia Tech 17
Let the good times roll in Charlottesville! Behind the great running of Cedric Peerman (173 yards, 1 TD on Saturday), Virgina eked out its fourth straight win and seized control of the ACC's Coastal Division. But it's going to be a tough finish for UVa, which has Miami, Wake Forest, Clemson and Virginia Tech left on the docket.
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North Carolina 45, No. 23 Boston College 24
Hakeem Nicks (right) had three second-quarter touchdown receptions and ran for another TD in the fourth as the Tar Heels knocked off Boston College.
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No. 24 Florida State 30, Virginia Tech 20
Leave it to the enigmatic Seminoles to register only 248 yards of total offense ... and yet score 30 points, while winning in going-away fashion. Receiver Taiwan Easterling had the play of the day, hauling in this acrobatic 4-yard scoring catch.
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No. 25 Minnesota 17, Purdue 6
Golden Gophers quarterback Adam Weber passed for 212 yards and ran for 60, totaling two touchdowns as surprising Minnesota moved to 7-1.
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