Juaquin Iglesias (left) and Chris Brown combined for 126 yards and four TDs in the Sooners' landslide win, which forced a three-way tie in the Big 12 South (along with Texas and Texas Tech). Oklahoma travels to Oklahoma State next week.
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No. 3 Florida 70, The Citadel 19
Percy Harvin (125 total yards, 1 TD) and the highly ranked Gators made the most of their non-conference cupcake, hanging 70 on the Bulldogs. But the gauntlet starts up next week with Florida State, followed by an all-or-nothing clash with Alabama in the SEC championship on Dec. 6 in Atlanta.
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No. 7 Penn State 49, No. 17 Michigan State 18
With another landslide home win, the Nittany Lions have offiically booked a trip to Pasadena, by virtue of claiming a share of the Big Ten crown (with Ohio State). On the day, QB Daryll Clark threw for 341 yards and four TDs.
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No. 8 Utah 48, No. 16 BYU 24
Utah coach Kyle Whittingham tries to escape a Gatorade shower after his team put the finishing touches on a 12-0 regular season. Up next: A likely berth in a BCS bowl.
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No. 9 Boise State 41, Nevada 34
Austin Pettis hauled in nine catches for 126 yards and two TDs in Boise State's closer-than-expected 31-24 road win. Next up for the undefeated Broncos -- a date with Fresno State.
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No. 10 Ohio State 42, Michigan 7
In perhaps his final Michigan-Ohio State game, junior tailback Chris "Beanie" Wells ran for 134 yards (on just 15 carries) and one score in the Buckeyes' largest win over the Wolverines in 40 years.
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No. 14 Ball State 31, Central Michigan 24
Talk about a season that just keeps on giving. Nate Davis (4 TDs vs. CMU) and the undefeated Cardinals (11-0) have clinched the MAC West title, locked up a berth in the MAC championship and have an outside chance at a BCS game -- if only Ball State can close out the season with a win over Western Michigan next week.
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No. 15 TCU 44, Air Force 10
How dominant were Clint Gresham (54) and the TCU defense on Saturday? The Horned Frogs allowed only 161 total yards in their runaway home victory.
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Ole Miss 31, No. 18 LSU 13
Maybe the Rebels should've been the nationally ranked team on Saturday. Behind QB Jevan Snead (274 passing yards, 2 TDs), Ole Miss now boasts victories over Auburn, Florida and LSU this season.
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Georgia Tech 41, No. 18 Miami 23
Georgia Tech still requires some help to reach the ACC title game. But for now, Jonathan Dwyer (128 yards, 2 TDs) and the Yellow Jackets can boast a pair of wins over Miami and Florida State this season.
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No. 19 Cincinnati 28, No. 20 Pittsburgh 21
Whether nestled in the pocket or scrambling for his life, QB Tony Pike (309 passing yards, 3 TDs) had the right stuff to guide the Bearcats to a thrilling home win. Cincinnati, the Big East leader, only needs to beat Syracuse next week to win the conference and claim a spot in the Orange Bowl.
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No. 21 Oregon State 19, Arizona 17
It hardly came easy on Saturday for QB Sean Canfield (224 yards passing, 1 TD) and Oregon State, but the Beavers are now just one Pac-10 victory away from clinching a Rose Bowl berth on New Year's Day.
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Florida State 37, No. 22 Maryland 3
Carlton Jones and the Seminoles had no problem running over the beleaguered Terps on Saturday. But now, Florida State needs a Boston College loss next week -- against Maryland -- to land a spot in the ACC title game.
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N.C. State 41, No. 25 North Carolina 10
Are there really any upsets in the ACC this year, especially between bitter rivals? Dominique Ellis (one interception) couldn't help but jump for joy over the Wolfpack's surprisingly easy win on Tobacco Road.
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