College Football Top 25
No. 25 Texas Tech 35, SMU 3
Shannon Woods (right) ran for 103 yards in the Red Raiders' win.
No. 24 Arizona State 35, Northern Arizona 14
Rudy Burgess (3) had seven receptions for 112 yards for the Sun Devils.
No. 23 Tennessee 35, No. 9 Cal 18
The Volunteers held Hesiman candidate Marshawn Lynch (10) to 75 yards rushing in pulling the upset.
No. 22 TCU 17, Baylor 7
Aaron Brown (right) caught four passes for 107 yards, including this 84-yard TD reception as the Horned Frogs won their 11th straight.
No. 21 Oregon 48, Stanford 10
Jeremiah Johnson (right) ran 10 times for 79 yards as the Ducks accounted for 298 yards on the ground.
No. 20 Nebraska 49, Louisiana Tech 10
Cody Glenn ran for 88 yards and a touchdown as the Cornhuskers torched Louisiana Tech for 584 total yards.
No. 19 Penn State 34, Akron 16
Tony Hunt, who ran for 1,000 yards last year, managed just 36 yards on the ground, but did find the end zone in the Nittany Lions' win.
No. 18 Clemson 54, Florida Atlantic 6
Chris Russell (left) and Sergio Gilliam (right) were part of a Clemson defense that helped the Tigers to a 24-0 halftime lead.
No. 17 Virginia Tech 38, Northeastern 0
Eddie Royal caught two balls for eight yards in the Hokies' win before spraining his right toe on a reverse.
No. 16 Iowa 41, Montana 7
Albert Young ran for 93 yards and a touchdown and caught four balls for 55 yards and a score in the Hawkeyes' rout.
No. 15 Georgia 48, Western Kentucky 12
Mikey Henderson (27) dropped the ball one step from a touchdown on a punt return, but made up for it later with a 67-yard return for the Bulldogs.
No. 14 Michigan 27, Vanderbilt 7
Kevin Grady (3) ran for 30 yards as the Wolverines totaled 246 yards on the ground against the Commodores.
No. 13 Louisville 59, Kentucky 28
Michael Bush (19) rumbled for 128 yards on 17 carries, including this 48-yard TD run, before breaking his leg in the third quarter.
No. 10 Oklahoma 24, UAB 17
Adrian Peterson (28) rumbled for 139 yards and a touchdown on 24 carries and had one reception for 69 yards and a score as the Sooners dodged another season-opening defeat.
No. 8 LSU 45, UL-Lafayette 3
Early Doucet (9) had three receptions for 33 yards and a score as the Tigers piled up 469 total yards in the blowout.
No. 7 Florida 34, Southern Miss 7
Freshman quarterback Tim Tebow (15) had one rushing attempt for one yard and a touchdown in the Gators' win.
No. 6 USC 50, Arkansas 14
Fili Moala (75) and the Trojans defense harassed quarterback Robert Johnson (18) and the Razorbacks.
No. 5 West Virginia 42, Marshall 10
Steve Slaton, who had 140 rushing yards at the half, totaled 203 yards and two touchdowns on 33 carries.
No. 4 Auburn 40, Washington State 14
Kenny Irons (23) ran for 183 yards, including a 58-yard touchdown scamper to open the third quarter, and had three receptions for 40 yards.
No. 3 Texas 56, North Texas 7
Selvin Young rushed for 44 yards and a touchdown and added three catches for 26 yards as the Longhorns won their 21st straight game.
No. 2 Notre Dame 14, Georiga Tech 10
Brady Quinn threw for 246 yards and added a five-yard touchdown run as the Irish survived a trip to Georgia Tech's Bobby Dodd Stadium.
No. 1 Ohio State 35, Northern Illinois 12
Ted Ginn Jr. (7) had four catches for 123 yards for an offense that rang up 488 total yards. He also returned two punts for 44 yards and two kickoffs for 25 more yards.