John Parker Wilson scored on a 1-yard sneak in overtime to clinch Alabama's spot in the Southeastern Conference championship game. Chales Scott (32) ran for 92 tough yards and two TDs for LSU.
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No. 2 Texas Tech 56, No. 8 Oklahoma St. 20
Texas Tech's big guns put up Nintendo-esque numbers. Graham Harrell (6) completed 40-of-50 passes for 454 yards and six touchdowns, three to star wideout Michael Crabtree (far left). Next up after the bye week: No. 6 Oklahoma.
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No. 5 Texas 45, Baylor 21
Colt McCoy passed for 300 yards and five touchdowns as the Longhorns bounced back from last week's loss to Texas Tech.
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Iowa 24, No. 3 Penn St. 23
Shonn Green rushed for 117 yards and two touchdowns, and Daniel Murray hit this 31-yard field goal with one second left. Iowa's rally stunned Penn State and all but ended their BCS title hopes.
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No. 4 Florida 42, Vanderbilt 14
It was the Tim Tebow show in Nashville. The 2007 Heisman-winner threw for 172 yards and three touchdowns and ran for 87 yards and two more scores in a runaway victory.
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No. 6 Oklahoma 66, Texas A & M 28
Chris Brown ran for three scores and Sam Bradford threw touchdown passes to four different receivers as the Sooners rolled. They have scored 231 points in four games since losing to Texas.
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No. 7 USC 17, California 3
First California wide receiver Nyan Boateng lost his helmet, then his team lost the game. Mark Sanchez passed for 238 yards and two touchdowns, and the USC defense held Cal to 165 total yards.
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No. 9 Boise St. 49, Utah St. 14
Boise State rolled up 563 total yards and held the Aggies to 44 yards rushing and forced six turnovers in a dominant performance.
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No. 10 Utah 13, No. 11 TCU 10
Utah's Freddie Brown scores the game-winning TD with only 48 seconds left in the game as Utah rallied past TCU to remain undefeated.
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No. 12 Ohio St. 45, Northwestern 10
Freshman phenom Terrelle Pryor (2) showed the savvy of a veteran, throwing for three touchdowns and turning several jams into big plays. It was Ohio State's fourth straight win over Northwestern.
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No. 13 Missouri 41, Kansas St. 24
Jeremy Maclin caught eight passes for 118 yards and two TDs, including this 42-yard catch-and-run as Missouri cruised. Maclin added another 84 yards rushing, and Heisman candidate Chase Daniel threw for 271 yards and two scores for the Tigers.
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No. 14 Georgia 42, Kentucky 38
Knowshon Moreno ran for 123 yards and three scores as Georgia survived a major scare from Kentucky. Matthew Stafford threw the go-ahead touchdown to A.J. Green with 1:54 remaining.
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No. 16 Ball State 45, N. Illinois 14
Nate Davis escapes a defender against Northern Illinois. The talented quarterback threw four touchdown passes and ran for another as Ball State stayed perfect.
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No. 17 BYU 41, San Diego St. 12
Austin Collie (left) had his eighth straight 100-yard receiving game and Max Hall threw three touchdown passes for BYU. The Cougars stayed alive in their quest for a third straight Mountain West Conference title.
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No. 18 Michigan St. 21, Purdue 7
Javon Ringer ran for 121 yards and two touchdowns as Michigan State stayed alive in the Big Ten title chase. They next face Penn State on Nov. 22.
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No. 19 North Carolina 28, No. 22 Georgia Tech 7
Ryan Houston (left) ran for a pair of fourth-quarter touchdowns and Cam Sexton tossed two more to help the Tar Heels clinch their first winning season in seven years.
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Cincinnati 26, No. 20 West Virginia 23 (OT)
Mardy Gilyard (1) returned the opening kick off for a touchdown, but West Virginia stormed back late to force OT. Tony Pike tossed a 2-yard touchdown to Kazeem Alli to finish the upset in Morgantown.
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Virginia Tech 23, No. 23 Maryland 13
Virginia Tech receiver Jarrett Boykin pulls in one of his three catches in the Hokies' key Thursday night win over Maryland.
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No. 24 Florida St. 41, Clemson 27
Christian Ponder threw for 151 yards and one touchdown as Florida State improved to 7-2. The Seminoles remain in contention for the ACC title.
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No. 25 Pittsburgh 41, Louisville 7
Pitt turned four of Louisville's five turnovers into scores -- including this 18-yard interception return for a TD by Scott McKillop -- while clinching their first winning season under Dave Wannstedt.
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