College Football Top 25
(25) Penn State 37, Youngstown State 3
The Nittany Lions' defense held I-AA Youngstown State to 184 yards, including just 41 in the first half.
(23) Boston College 30, BYU 23 (2OT)
BC's Tony Gonzalez hauls in the winning touchdown in the second overtime as BYU's Justin Robinson looks on.
(22) Arizona State 21, Colorado 3
ASU wide receiver Nate Kimbrough is knocked off his feet as the Sun Devils stayed unbeaten while keeping CU winless.
(21) Cal 42, Portland State 16
Justin Forsett tumbles into the end zone for the TD in the Golden Bears' win over their I-AA opponent.
(20) TCU 12, (24) Texas Tech 3
Jeff Ballard was 13-of-23 for only 101 yards but ran nine times for 66 yards, improving to 11-0 in his starts at TCU.
(16) Iowa 27, Iowa State 17
Kyle Schlicher, who iced the win with a 44-yard field goal with 42 seconds left, and the Hawkeyes celebrate with the Cy-Hawk Trophy.
(18) Oregon 34, (15) Oklahoma 33
Jonathan Stewart had 23 carries for 144 yards and a touchdown as the Ducks rallied at Autzen Stadium.
(14) Virginia Tech 36, Duke 0
Kenny Lewis Jr. dives for the end zone to cap off the scoring in the Hokies' shutout.
(12) Louisville 31, (17) Miami 7
Mario Urrutia holds off Miami's Lovon Ponder on a 56-yard touchdown catch that gave the Cardinals a lead they would not relinquish.
(10) Georgia 34, UAB 0
Matthew Stafford won his debut as starting quarterback as Georgia's defense put up its second straight shutout.
Clemson 27, (9) Florida State 20
Clemson's James Davis had 19 carries for 89 yards and two touchdowns, including the game-clinching score with eight seconds left.
(8) Texas 52, Rice 7
Jamaal Charles ran for 109 yards and a touchdown on just nine attempts as the 'Horns cruised past the Owls, who have lost 19 of their last 20.
(7) Florida 21, (13) Tennessee 20
Jemalle Cornelius gave the Gators an early 7-0 lead, but they had to rally in the fourth quarter to beat the Vols at Neyland Stadium.
(5) West Virginia 45, Maryland 24
West Virginia quarterback Pat White ran for 85 yards and a touchdown as the Mountaineers rolled.
(4) USC 28, (19) Nebraska 10
Wide receiver Steve Smith (center) is congratulated by receivers Fred Davis (left) and Chris McFoy after Smith hauled in one of John David Booty's three touchdown passes.
(3) Auburn 7, (6) LSU 3
Kenny Irons had 70 yards rushing on 25 carries, but it was Auburn's defense that stole the show on Saturday.
(11) Michigan 47, (2) Notre Dame 21
Brady Quinn's Heisman campaign took a hit Saturday, as the Wolverines picked off the Irish QB three times and forced a fumble.
(1) Ohio State 37, Cincinnati 7
Antonio Pittman had 155 yards rushing and a touchdown as the Buckeyes overcame a slow start.