Alabama defensive lineman Terrence Cody (62) blocks a 44-yard field goal by Tennessee kicker Daniel Lincoln on the game's final play. Cody also blocked a 43-yard field goal earlier in the quarter. The Tide's Mark Ingram rushed for 99 yards, but was kept out of the end zone for the first time this season. Leigh Tiffin's four field goals accounted for Alabama's scoring.
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No. 2 Florida 29, Mississippi State 19
Tim Tebow rushed for 88 yards and threw for 129 more, but the undefeated Gators still struggled to put away the 3-5 Bulldogs. Johnthan Banks returned two Tebow interceptions for touchdowns to lead the Mississippi State defense.
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No. 3 Texas 41, Missouri 7
Texas quarterback Colt McCoy sidesteps Missouri defenders en route to passing for 268 yards and three touchdowns. Undefeated Texas used five first-half touchdowns to take control. It was Mizzou's worst loss in the series since a 65-0 setback in 1932.
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No. 4 USC 42, Oregon State 36
Allen Bradford gets into the Oregon State secondary. The junior rushed for a career-high 147 yards and two touchdowns, and 6-1 Southern California avenged its only loss of last season. Sean Canfield passed for 329 yards and three touchdowns for the 4-3 Beavers, who shredded USC's vaunted defense for 482 yards.
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No. 5 Cincinnati 41, Louisville 10
Cincinnati quarterback Zach Collaros (left) made his first collegiate start a good one. The sophomore, who is playing for the injured Tony Pike, completed 15 of 17 passes for 253 yards and three touchdowns as the Bearcats rolled to 7-0.
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No. 6 Boise State 54, Hawaii 9
Hawaii running back Alex Green is brought down by the Boise State defense during the second quarter. The No. 6 Broncos built a 34-0 halftime lead and cruised to their seventh victory of the season.
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No. 7 Iowa 15, Michigan State 13
Michigan State's Jeremy Ware (right) sacks Iowa quarterback Ricky Stanzi during their Big Ten game in East Lansing, Mich. Stanzi connected with Marvin McNutt for a 7-yard touchdown pass as time expired as Iowa improved to 8-0 for the first time in school history.
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Clemson 40, No. 8 Miami 37 (OT)
C.J. Spiller (left) caught six passes for 105 yards and a score, added 76 rushing yards on 14 carries, and ran a second-quarter kickoff back 90 yards for another score as Clemson prevailed in overtime. Kyle Parker's third scoring pass proved decisive for the 4-3 Tigers, who dealt Miami's (5-2) ACC title hopes a serious blow.
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No. 9 LSU 31, Auburn 10
LSU linebacker Harry Coleman (24) causes quarterback Chris Todd to fumble during the first half. The Tigers defense held Todd to eight completions and 46 passing yards. Jordan Jefferson threw for a career-high 242 yards for LSU, which improved to 6-1.
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No. 10 TCU 38, No. 16 BYU 7
TCU's Matthew Tucker (left) picks up some tough yards against the BYU defense. Andy Dalton passed for 241 yards and three touchdowns as TCU won its eighth straight -- and posted its second straight rout of BYU.
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No. 11 Georgia Tech 34, Virginia 9
Georgia Tech's Anthony Allen (left) barrels his way into the Virginia secondary. Allen rushed for 103 yards and two touchdowns for the Yellow Jackets, who scored on an 18-play, 82-yard drive which took 10:47 off the second-half clock. Georgia Tech also broke an eight-game losing streak in Charlottesville.
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No. 12 Oregon 43, Washington 19
David Paulson (left) hangs on to complete a 32-yard play for Oregon, which took a 36-6 lead into the fourth quarter. LaMichael James rushed for 154 yards and two touchdowns and Jeremiah Masoli returned from a knee injury to run for two scores as Oregon extended its dominance of Washington to six straight -- longest in the history of the series. Each win has been by more than 20 points.
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No. 13 Penn State 35, Michigan 10
Penn State's Daryll Clark (left) threw three of his four touchdown passes to Graham Zug, helping the 7-1 Nittany Lions to their first victory at the Big House since 1996. Michigan (5-3) was limited to 140 passing yards.
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No. 14 Oklahoma State 34, Baylor 7
Baylor wide receiver David Gettis (left) and Oklahoma State's Victor Johnson (right) each have a leg up as they battle for the ball with Cowboy Andrew McGee during their Big 12 tussle in Waco, Texas. Zac Robinson completed 23 of 27 passes for 250 yards with a season-high three touchdowns and the Cowboys (6-1, 3-0 Big 12) stretched their winning streak to five games -- the last four without their top runner (Kendall Hunter) and top receiver (Dez Bryant) from a year ago.
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No. 17 Houston 38, SMU 15
Houston's Patrick Edwards (right) breaks away from the SMU defense to score on a 7-yard pass play. Edwards, a sophomore, caught nine passes for 122 yards as the 6-1 Cougars cruised to a victory in their first home game in almost a month.
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No. 18 Ohio State 38, Minnesota 7
Ohio State's Brandon Saine (right) runs over Minnesota's Simoni Lawrence early in their Big Ten game. Terrelle Pryor threw for 239 yards and rushed for 104 more as the Buckeyes, who amassed 509 yards of total offense, outscored the Gophers 31-7 in the second half.
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No. 19 Utah 23, Air Force 16 (OT)
Utah defensive tackle Dave Kruger (left) corrals Air Force quarterback Conner Dietz. The Utes limited the shifty Dietz to 98 rushing yards and 64 passing yards. Dietz was also stuffed on a key fourth-and-2 at the 7 during overtime as 6-1 Utah won its fourth straight.
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No. 20 Pittsburgh 41, South Florida 14
Pittsburgh's Brandon Lindsey (left) makes his presence felt by knocking down an Evan Landi pass. The Panthers limited the Bulls to seven completions for 90 yards and scored on five first-half possessions to improve to 7-1 for the first time since 1982 -- Dan Marino's senior season and the last time Pitt was ranked No. 1.
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Texas A&M 52, No. 21 Texas Tech 30
Texas A&M's Uzoma Nwachukwu outjumps Texas Tech's Jamar Wall for the ball in the second quarter of their Big 12 shootout. Nwachukwu caught four balls for 79 yards and Cyrus Gray rushed for 132 yards and three scores as A&M snapped a three-game losing streak by winning in Lubbock for the first time since 1993.
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No. 22 West Virginia 28, Connecticut 24
West Virginia's Noel Devine (center) races past head coach Bill Stewart (left) and by Connecticut's Jerome Junior to complete a 56-yard touchdown run with 2:10 left in the game. Devine rushed for 171 of his game-high 178 yards in the second half as the Mountaineers rallied to improve to 6-1.
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No. 23 South Carolina 14, Vanderbilt 10
South Carolina's D.L. Moore (right) keeps his eye on the ball while hauling in a 35-yard touchdown pass from Stephen Garcia at Williams-Brice Stadium. Garcia threw for 302 yards and two touchdowns as the Gamecocks handed the Commodores their sixth straight conference loss.
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No. 25 Oklahoma 35, No. 24 Kansas 13
Oklahoma's Chris Brown celebrates one of his three touchdowns (two rushing, one receiving). The Sooner defense limited Kansas -- the nation's second-leading offense -- to two field goals until late into the fourth quarter.
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