In the Game of the Year to this point, Michael Crabtree (left) pulled in a stunning 28-yard touchdown with 1 second remaining to send the home crowd into a frenzy. Fans stormed the field, resulting in double personal foul penalities on the final kickoff, but Texas was unable to pull off a miracle return to steal the win.
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No. 2 Alabama 35, Arkansas St. 0
Freshman Mark Ingram ran for 113 yards and two touchdowns, and Glen Coffee (left) rumbled for 56 yards and a score as the Crimson Tide rolled their record to 9-0.
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No. 5 Florida 49, No. 8 Georgia 10
Florida had to wait a year to avenge the infamous "bulldog stomp," but got its payback in a huge way. Tim Tebow threw for two scores and ran for three more as the Gators beat the Bulldogs for the 16th time in the last 19 series meetings.
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No. 4 Oklahoma 62, Nebraska 28
Sam Bradford threw for 305 yards and five touchdowns as the Sooners raced to a 28-0 lead in the first 4 1/2 minutes and never looked back. Oklahoma had never scored more than 55 points in 83 previous meetings with Nebraska dating back to 1912.
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No. 7 USC 56, Washington 0
C.J. Gable (left) gained 108 yards on 10 carries and scored twice in the rout. The Trojans had 18 first downs and 325 yards of total offense in the first half, compared to two first downs and 35 yards for the Huskies. USC emptied its bench in the second half.
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Oklahoma St. 59, Iowa St. 17
Dez Bryant (1) had possibly the biggest Saturday in America, hauling in nine catches for 171 yards and four touchdowns in the Cowboys romp. The sophomore is only two touchdowns shy of matching the single-season school record of 17, set by Rashaun Woods in 2002.
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No. 11 Boise St. 49, New Mexico St. 0
Jeremy Childs (left) hauled in a pair of touchdown passes from Kellen Moore as Boise State moved to 8-0 on the season. Boise's defense racked up six sacks and held New Mexico State to 150 total yards.
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No. 14 Missouri 31, Baylor 28
Jeff Wolfert kicked a 34-yard field goal with 2:31 remaining to help Missouri stave off an upset. Heisman contender Chase Daniel threw for 318 yards and three touchdowns for Mizzou.
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No. 15 LSU 35, Tulane 10
Charles Scott rushed 12 times for 114 yards and this 6-yard touchdown to lead LSU to an easy win. Tulane finished with 10 first downs and 158 yards of total offense.
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Georgia Tech 31, Florida St. 28
Jonathan Dwyer (left) ran for 145 yards and two touchdown as Georgia Tech beat Florida State for the first time since 1975. Marcus Sims fumbled in the end zone in the final minute to end any hope of a Florida State comeback.
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No. 17 BYU 45, Colorado St. 42
Dennis Pitta caught two fourth quarter touchdowns, including a 17-yarder with 22 seconds remaining for BYU. It was the second straight week BYU came back in the fourth quarter to win the game. Gartrell Johnson (left) ran for 102 tough yards and a score for Colorado State.
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Arkansas 30, No. 19 Tulsa 23
Arkansas jumped out to a 17-0 lead but had to hold on to end Tulsa's dream of an unbeaten season. Cornerback Isaac Madison (shown at right) intercepted this fourth-quarter pass to help shut down the Golden Hurricane, who had been averaging 57 points per game.
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Northwestern 24, No. 20 Minnesota 17
Mike Kafka ran Northwestern's spread-option offense to perfection, racing through the Golden Gophers defense for 217 yards -- a school record for a quarterback. The Gophers punted seven times, had five penalties and rushed for only 68 yards on the day.
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No. 22 Michigan St. 25, Wisconsin 24
Javon Ringer (left) ran for two touchdowns and Brett Swenson kicked a 44-yard field goal with 7 seconds left to give the Spartans a comeback win in East Lansing, Mich.
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California 26, No. 23 Oregon 16
Shane Vereen (left) ran for a 2-yard touchdown with 8:57 to play, and Nate Longshore stepped in for the injured Kevin Riley and passed for 136 yards. Ducks' quarterback Jeremiah Masoli threw for just 44 yards as rain fell steadily throughout the game.
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Cincinnati 24, No. 24 South Florida 10
In just his second game since returning from a broken non-throwing arm, Tony Pike threw for 281 yards and two scores. John Goebel ran for 71 yards and this 2-yard touchdown plunge to help power the Bearcats to a Thursday night victory.
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No. 10 Utah 13, New Mexico 10
Jereme Brooks lateralled to Brent Casteel (right) for the Utes' only touchdown as they stayed undefeated.
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No. 12 TCU 44, UNLV 14
Stephen Hodge (right) and the Horned Frogs held UNLV to 175 yards in moving to 9-1 before their showdown with unbeaten Utah.
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