Florida's Carlos Dunlap (left) forces Arkansas' Dennis Johnson to fumble in the first half. After Alex Tejada yanked a 38-yard field goal with 3:08 remaining which would have given the Hogs the lead, Caleb Sturgis' 27-yard field goal with :09 left proved decisive.
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No. 2 Alabama 20, No. 22 South Carolina 6
Alabama's Mark Ingram (22) shredded the South Carolina defense for 246 yards and a touchdown on 24 carries. The Crimson Tide led 13-6 after three quarters before Ingram's 4-yard scoring run put the game away.
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No. 3 Texas 16, No. 20 Oklahoma 13
Oklahoma quarterback Sam Bradford reacts after being sacked by Texas cornerback Aaron Williams in the first half. Bradford, who didn't return to the game, reinjured the sprained shoulder he first hurt against BYU in the opener. The 104th edition of the Red River Rivalry was one of the ugliest, with the teams combining for eight turnovers and only a single touchdown. Hunter Lawrence's early fourth quarter, 32-yard field goal was the difference.
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No. 19 Georgia Tech 28, No. 4 Virginia Tech 23
Georgia Tech completed only 1 of 7 passes, but Demaryius Thomas made his presence felt, outleaping Virgina Tech's Rashad Carmichael for a 51-yard completion. Quarterback Josh Nesbitt contributed far more with his legs, rushing for 122 yards and three touchdowns, as the Yellow Jackets handed the Hokies their second loss this season in Atlanta.
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Doug Martin (left) collected 112 yards on 23 carries in his second 100-yard game since moving back to offense after Boise State lost running back D.J. Harper to a knee injury. The Broncos held off a late rally in one of the last road tests standing between them and another trip to the BCS.
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No. 6 USC 34, No. 25 Notre Dame 27
USC's Anthony McCoy (center) breaks into the Notre Dame secondary. The tight end caught five passes for 153 yards -- Damian Williams added 108 receving yards -- as the Trojans notched their eighth straight win over the Irish, which trailed 34-14 before rallying in the fourth quarter.
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Purdue 26, No. 7 Ohio State 18
Terrelle Pryor (left) threw two interceptions and lost two fumbles as Ohio State failed to tie the Big Ten record of 17 straight conference road wins. Pryor, who threw for 221 yards, was held to 34 yards on 21 carries. It was Purdue's first win over a ranked team since 2003 and its first win over the Buckeyes since 2004.
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No. 8 Cincinnati 34, No. 21 South Florida 17
Quaterback Zach Collaros (right) came off the bench to rush for 132 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Bearcats in a matchup of Top 25 teams. Collaros, who entered the game after starter Tony Pike sprained his left wrist, rushed for a 75-yard touchdown three plays after entering the game.
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No. 9 Miami (Fla.) 27, Central Florida 7
Miami tight end Dedrick Epps (left) proved hard to tackle. And the Hurricanes, behind Jacory Harris' 293 passing yards, proved hard to beat. The 'Canes (5-1) scored in each quarter to pull away from the Knights (3-3).
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No. 11 Iowa 20, Wisconsin 10
Trey Stross holds onto a Ricky Stanzi pass despite the best efforts of UW's Niles Brinkley. Iowa, which trailed at halftime, became just the second Big Ten team to win at Wisconsin and at Penn State in the same season (Michigan has done it twice).
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No. 12 TCU 44, Colorado State 6
TCU's Tejay Johnson (right) sticks Colorado State running back DeAngelo Wilkinson. The Horned Frogs (6-0) held the Rams to 71 rushing yards. They took control in the second half, scoring touchdowns on their first four drives after halftime.
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No. 14 Penn State 20, Minnesota 0
Penn State's Josh Hull (No. 43), with the help of teammate Navorro Bowman (No. 11), fights to hold onto the ball after intercepting a pass intended for Minnesota tight end Nick Tow-Arnett. The Nittany Lions, which held the Gophers to seven first downs and 138 total yards, held a foe without a first-half touchdown for the seventh straight game.
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Texas Tech 31, No. 15 Nebraska 10
Texas Tech's Daniel Howard (left) celebrates as he gets past Nebraska quarterback Zac Lee to complete an 82-yard fumble return for a touchdown. The Red Raiders, who led 24-3 at the half, were held to to 259 yards -- 263 under their average -- but still posted their first win in four road games since last October.
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No. 16 Oklahoma State 35, Missouri 17
Oklahoma State quarterback Zac Robinson produced 266 yards (227 passing) of total offense against Mizzou, while tallying one TD pass. The 5-1 Cowboys have a date with Baylor next week before No. 3 Texas visits Stillwater on Halloween.
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Colorado 37, No. 17 Kansas 34
Colorado wide receiver Markques Simas (right) hauls in a pass for a 36-yard gain. Colorado scored 24 second-quarter points to help offset Todd Reesing's 404 passing yards and further muddle the Big 12 North standings.
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No. 18 BYU 38, San Diego State 28
Andrew George hauls in a 19-yard scoring pass to increase BYU's lead. George caught four passes for 95 yards and a touchdown for the Cougars, who defeated the Aztecs for the eighth time in the last nine games.
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No. 23 Houston 44, Tulane 16
Houston's Jamal Robinson (32) and Tyrell Graham put the clamps on Tulane's Jeremy Williams. The Cougars broke a close game open by outscoring the Green Wave 20-0 in the third quarter. Case Keenum completed 30 of 43 passes for a season-low 334 yards as Houston improved to 5-1.
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No. 24 Utah 35, UNLV 15
The aptly named Eddie Wide bursts through a gigantic hole, on his way to 119 total yards (111 rushing) and one touchdown against the Rebels. Next week, Utah tangles with MWC foe Air Force.
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