Antonio Pittman rushed for two touchdowns as Ohio State continued its dominance with a 44-0 win over Minnesota. THe 9-0 Buckeyes have won all their games this season by 17 points or more.
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(2) Michigan 17, Northwestern 3
Michigan's Willis Barringer (19) intercepted a pass in the end zone in front of Northwestern's Ross Lane to help secure the Wolverines' 17-3 win. Michigan's defense forced five Wildcat turnovers on the day.
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Oregon State 33, (3) USC 31
Sammie Stroughter's 70-yard punt return for a touchdown opened up a 30-10 third-quarter lead for Oregon State. The Beavers held on to snap USC's 38-game regular season win streak.
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(5) Texas 35, Texas Tech 31
Who needs Vince Young? Texas quarterback Colt McCoy rushed for 68 yards, to go along with 256 passing yards and four touchdowns, to rally the Longhorns past pesky Texas Tech.
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(7) Auburn 23, Ole Miss 17
Auburn running back Kenny Irons (23) had to grind it out against Charles Clark and the Ole Miss defense. The Rebels hung tough against the seventh-ranked Tigers, who needed two late field goals to secure the victory.
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(8) Tennessee 31, South Carolina 24
Tennessee wide receiver Robert Meachem hauled in five passes for 106 yards as the Vols overcame a four-point, fourth-quarter deficit to defeat South Carolina in Columbia.
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(9) Florida 21, Georgia 14
Florida wide receiver Andre Caldwell pulled double duty Saturday, scoring a touchdown rushing and receiving in the Gators' 21-14 win over rival Georgia in The Game Formerly Known As The World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party in Jacksonville.
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Virginia Tech 24, (10) Clemson 7
Virginia Tech linebacker Xavier Adibi (11) was tackled by Clemson wide receiver Tyler Grisham (13) Thursday in the Hokies' 24-7 upset of the Tigers.
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(11) Notre Dame 38, Navy 14
Brady Quinn gave his Heisman hopes a boost Saturday, throwing for three touchdowns and running for another as Notre Dame continued its dominance of Navy. The Irish have now won 43 consecutive games over the Midshipmen.
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(13) Arkansas 44, La. Monroe 10
Arkansas running back Felix Jones didn't need much time to make an impact Saturday, piling up 141 yards and a touchdown on only nine attempts as the Razorbacks blitzed Louisiana-Monroe.
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(17) Wisconsin 30, Illinois 24
Offensive lineman Andy Kemp (76) hoists teammate Luke Swan after the Wisconsin wide receiver caught a third-quarter touchdown pass in the Badgers' come-from-behind win over Illinois.
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(18) Boston College 41, Buffalo 0
Keeping an eye on the ball was a difficult task for Brandon Robinson and his Boston College teammates during the torrential downpour at Alumni Stadium. The rain hardly slowed the Eagles, though, in a rout of Buffalo.
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(19) Oklahoma 26, (23) Missouri 10
Oklahoma running back Allen Patrick was the workhorse for the Sooners, carrying the ball 36 times for 162 yards in a 26-10 win over Missouri.
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Oklahoma State 41, (20) Nebraska 29
Tierre Green and Nebraska couldn't quite grasp quarterback Bobby Reid and Oklahoma State Saturday. The Cowboys exploded for 21 points in the fourth quarter to upset the 20th-ranked COrnhuskers.
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(21) Georgia Tech 30, Miami 23
Georgia Tech wide receiver Calvin Johnson had a hat trick Saturday, catching a pass, throwing a pass and recording a carry in the Yellow Jackets' win over Miami.
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(22) Texas A&M 31, Baylor 21
Martellus Bennett and Texas A&M needed two late scores Saturday to put away Baylor in Waco, Texas. Bennett finished with 133 yards receiving and two touchdowns.
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(24) Wake Forest 24, North Carolina 17
More late heroics were needed in Chapel Hill, N.C., Saturday as Wake Forest overcame a fourth-quarter deficit to escape upset-minded North Carolina. Demon Deacon receiver Kenneth Moore's fourth-quarter TD reception ahead of UNC's Cooter Arnold secured the victory.
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(25) Oregon 55, Portland State 12
Wide receiver Jordan Kent and Oregon dropped a double-nickel on Division I-AA Portland State Saturday at Autzen Stadium in Eugene.
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