Tim Tebow accounted for three touchdowns and Brandon Spikes returned an interception for a score as top-ranked Florida moved another step closer to perfection.
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No. 2 Alabama 45, Chattanooga 0
Heisman contender Mark Ingram ran for 102 yards and TDs of 25 and 40 yards in the first 20 minutes, and the Crimson Tide cruised to an easy win.
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No. 3 Texas 51, Kansas 20
Colt McCoy (left) set an NCAA record with his 43rd career victory as a starter, passing for 396 yards as Texas wrapped up the Big 12 South title.
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No. 4 TCU 45, Wyoming 10
Matthew Tucker and Joseph Turner each ran for two touchdowns to lift TCU (11-0) to its best start in 71 years.
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No. 6 Boise St. 52, Utah St. 21
Doug Martin (left) ran for four touchdowns and Jeremy Avery ran for two more and both topped 100 yards rushing to help the sixth-ranked Broncos remained unbeaten and in BCS contention.
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No. 9 Ohio St. 21, Michigan 10
Freshman quarterback Tate Forcier threw four interceptions and fumbled in his end zone, and No. 9 Ohio State took advantage to beat Michigan 21-10 Saturday for its sixth straight win in the series. Dan Herron (left) rushed for 97 yards, and added a receiving TD on this 12-yard screen pass.
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Ole Miss 25, No. 10 LSU 23
Dexter McCluster (left, with ball) ran for 148 yards and passed for a touchdown, and Mississippi survived a last-ditch drive to pull out the win.
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No. 11 Oregon 44, Arizona 41 (2OT)
In the game of the day, Jeremiah Masoli tied it with a touchdown pass to Ed Dickson with six seconds left, then won it with a 1-yard run in the second overtime as Oregon defeated Arizona and took a big step toward the Pac-10 title.
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No. 12 Oklahoma St. 31, Colorado 28
Third-string quarterback Brandon Weeden threw for 168 yards and two touchdowns in the second half, leading the Cowboys back from an 11-point deficit. Keith Toston (5) ran for 172 yards and one touchdown.
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No. 13 Penn St. 42, Michigan St. 14
Daryll Clark passed for 310 yards and four touchdowns and moved into first place in the school's record book with 23 TD passes in a season and 42 in a career.
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Cal 34, No. 14 Stanford 28
Shane Vereen (left) ran for a career-high 193 yards and three touchdowns on 42 carries and Mike Mohamed intercepted a pass from Andrew Luck at the 3 with less than 2 minutes left as California spoiled No. 14 Stanford's Rose Bowl hopes.
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No. 15 Iowa 12, Minnesota 0
With a bronze pig on the line, No. 15 Iowa put a new twist on winning ugly -- this time by taking a game that featured more punts than points. The victory gave the Hawkeyes double-digit victories for the first time since 2004, along with Floyd of Rosedale - the pig trophy awarded to the winner of the border rivalry.
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No. 16 Virginia Tech 38, N.C. State 10
Ryan Williams (left) ran for 120 yards and four touchdowns and helped make sure Virginia Tech would send its 21 seniors out of Lane Stadium with a win one last time.
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Northwestern 33, No. 17 Wisconsin 31
Mike Kafka hit Andrew Brewer with two first-half touchdown passes and Brian Peters and Jordan Mabin made key defensive plays late as Northwestern pulled the upset.
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No. 18 Clemson 34, Virginia 21
C.J. Spiller scored a touchdown Saturday in his final game at Death Valley and Tigers wrapped up their first trip to the Atlantic Coast Conference title game.
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No. 19 BYU 38, Air Force 21
Max Hall threw for five touchdowns and set a BYU record with his 30th career win. Harvey Unga (left) became BYU's all-time rushing leader with 67 yards, giving him 3,268 in his career.
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No. 20 Oregon St. 42, Washington St. 10
Sean Canfield (left) threw for 231 yards and two touchdowns, and No. 20 Oregon State beat Washington State 42-10 on Saturday to keep its Rose Bowl hopes alive.
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No. 21 Miami 34, Duke 16
Jacory Harris threw for 348 yards and two touchdowns, Darryl Sharpton capped his final home game with a 73-yard interception return for a score, and No. 21 Miami staved off a Duke. Graig Cooper (left) chipped in 42 yards on the ground.
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No. 23 Utah 38, San Diego St. 7
Eddie Wide (left) rushed for 84 yards and two touchdowns and No. 23 Utah scored all its points in the first half and coasted from there.
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No. 24 Houston 55, Memphis 14
Case Keenum (left) threw for 405 yards and five touchdowns in just more than two quarters as Houston had no trouble with Memphis.
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Syracuse 31, No. 25 Rutgers 13
Greg Paulus had 142 yards passing and Syracuse earned its first conference victory of the season with an upset over Rutgers.
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