Curtis Brown ran for 124 yards and became the leading rusher in BYU history as the Cougars celebrated their first MWC title since 2001 and a berth in the Las Vegas Bowl.
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(22) Tennessee 39, Vanderbilt 10
LaMarcus Coker ran for 126 yards and two touchdowns, including this one capped off by a flip into the end zone.
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(20) Boston College 38, (21) Maryland 16
DeJuan Tribble caps off his 42-yard interception return for a touchdown as he helped Boston College stay in the ACC championship picture.
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(18) Georgia Tech 49, Duke 21
Calvin Johnson hauled in two first-half touchdowns before getting a rest in the second half of Georgia Tech's blowout.
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(16) Oklahoma 36, Baylor 10
Third-string freshman tailback Chris Brown ran 24 times for 169 yards and a score to help the Sooners win their sixth in a row.
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(15) Auburn 22, Alabama 15
Kenny Irons had 85 yards and a touchdown as Auburn won its fifth straight Iron Bowl, the first time the Tigers have won five in a row since 1958.
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(19) Virginia Tech 27, (14) Wake Forest 6
Eddie Royal and Sean Glennon celebrate after the pair connected on a 49-yard touchdown in the first quarter of the Hokies' win.
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(13) Boise State 49, Utah State 10
The Broncos, who have now won 51 of their last 53 games on the blue turf in Boise, remained unbeaten to stay in the hunt for a BCS bid.
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(12) Wisconsin 35, Buffalo 3
Paul Hubbard opened the scoring for Wisconsin with a 26-yard catch as the Badgers secured their first 11-win regular season in school history.
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(10) Louisville 31, South Florida 8
Louisville receiver Gary Barnidge had five catches for 112 yards as the Cardinals bounced back from their loss to Rutgers.
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(9) LSU 23, Mississippi 20 (OT)
Justin Vincent and the Tigers had to overcome a 20-7 deficit and a blocked PAT in regulation before escaping Ole Miss in overtime.
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(8) West Virginia 45, Pittsburgh 27
Steve Slaton hauls in one of his two touchdowns as the Mountaineers improved to 9-1 on the season.
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Cincinnati 30, (7) Rutgers 11
Playing as a Top 10 team for the first time in their 137-year history, Kenny Britt and the Scarlet Knights let a shot at a perfect season slip away.
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(6) Notre Dame 41, Army 9
Defensive end Victor Abiamiri helped the Irish win in their green jerseys for the first time since 1985, when Notre Dame came out in the first half wearing blue against USC and at halftime switched to green in a 37-3 victory.
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(5) Arkansas 28, Mississippi State 14
Arkansas rode its defense to its 10th win, an SEC Western Division title and a spot in the conference title game against No. 3 Florida on Dec. 2 in Atlanta.
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(4) USC 23, (17) Cal 9
Freshman C.J. Gable had his best game ever for the Trojans, tallying 125 total yards as USC pulled away from the Bears in the second half.
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(3) Florida 62, W. Carolina 0
Freshman Tim Tebow ran for two touchdowns and threw for two more as Florida scored touchdowns on nine of its first 10 possessions against the I-AA opponent.
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(1) Ohio State 42, (2) Michigan 39
Antonio Pittman broke off a touchdown run of 56 yards in the third quarter as Ohio State finished its regular season unbeaten.
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