Jared Zabransky completed 16-of-28 passes for 275 yards and three touchdowns to help the Broncos stay undefeated and claim their 48th win in their 50 games on their home blue turf.
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(23) Nebraska 56, Troy 0
Held to 211 yards last week, the Huskers blew past that total early in the second quarter on their way to a season-high 597.
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(21) Cal 49, (22) Arizona State 21
The Sun Devils' defense had no real answer for Cal's Marshawn Lynch, who ripped off 124 yards on 17 carries to help the Golden Bears to a third straight impressive victory after opening the season with a loss to Tennessee.
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N.C. State 17, (20) Boston College 15
Wolfpack receiver John Dunlap, who had four catches for 79 yards, hauls in the winning touchdown against BC.
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(19) Clemson 52, North Carolina 7
The Tigers, who held the Tar Heels to 150 total yards, ended with 324 yards on the ground, the first time they cracked the 300-yard rushing mark since a 59-31 win over Duke in 2001.
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(18) Florida State 55, Rice 7
The Seminoles had reason to celebrate, racking up 500 total yards of offense (287 rushing), while limiting the Owls to 241 yards.
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(17) Oklahoma 59, Middle Tenn. 0
Adrian Peterson had 128 yards rushing and three touchdowns to help the Sooners hand Middle Tennesse its largest margin of defeat since moving to Division I-A in 1999.
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(15) Tennessee 33, Marshall 7
Tailback Montario Hardesty had one of three rushing touchdowns for the Volunteers, who shookoff last week's loss to Florida.
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(14) Iowa 24, Illinois 7
The Hawkeyes stayed undefeated with three touchdowns late in the second quarter, handing the Illini their 10th straight Big Ten defeat. Next up for Iowa: top-ranked Ohio State.
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(12) Notre Dame 40, Michigan State 37
Jeff Samardzija had two touchdowns to help the Irish rally from a 16-point fourth-quarter deficit.
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(11) Virginia Tech 29, Cincinnati 13
Virginia Tech's Justin Harper had two catches for 64 yards including this 47-yard TD grab.
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(10) LSU 49, Tulane 7
The Tigers' top-ranked defense held Tulane to just 15 first downs and 221 total yards. The Green Wave have not beaten LSU since 1982.
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(9) Georgia 14, Colorado 13
Thanks to a fourth-quarter rally, Kregg Lumpkin and the Bulldogs were able to jump past the winless Buffs.
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(8) Louisville 24, Kansas State 6
The Cardinals' defense came up huge Saturday, limiting Kansas State to just 13 first downs, while handing the Wildcats their first loss of the season.
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(7) Texas 37, Iowa State 14
The Longhorns set a Big 12 record with their 16th straight league victory, breaking the mark of 15 set by Kansas State in 1997-98. Texas hasn't lost a Big 12 contest at home since 1999.
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(6) Michigan 27, Wisconsin 13
Mike Hart breaks away from the Badgers' defense to score a five-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter.
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(5) Florida 26, Kentucky 7
The Wildcats had their hands full trying to slow Gators wide receiver Dallas Baker, who had seven catches for 148 yards.
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(4) West Virginia 27, East Carolina 10
Mountaineers wide receiver Darius Reynaud breaks free for a 60-yard touchdown run during the fourth quarter.
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(3) USC 20, Arizona 3
Dwayne Jarrett scored a third-quarter touchdown to help the Trojans extend their Pac-10 record winning streak to 24 games, while setting a record with their 12th straight conference road win.
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(2) Auburn 38, Buffalo 7
Tigers running back Ben Tate, who had 114 yards on just seven carries, breaks free on a 42-yard touchdown run.
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(1) Ohio State 28, (24) Penn State 6
No one was going to catch Buckeyes cornerback Antonio Smith during this 55-yard interception return in the fourth quarter.
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