College Football Top 25
(12) Notre Dame 31, Stanford 10
Jeff Samardzija had seven catches for 50 yards including this 8-yard TD grab in the first quarter.
(4) West Virginia 42, Mississippi St. 14
The Mountaineers, who have won 30 of their last 34 regular-season games, extended the nation's second-longest win streak to 12 games with an easy victory over the Bulldogs.
(5) Florida 23, (9) LSU 10
Gators cornerback Ryan Smith makes an interception during the second quarter.
NC State 24, (17) Florida State 20
Daniel Evans (right), who completed 13-of-22 passes for 190 yards including three touchdowns, celebrates after the Wolfpack's huge win over the Seminoles.
(19) Iowa 47, Purdue 17
Damian Sims, in his first career start, rushed for a career-high 155 yards and two TDs to help the Hawkeyes bounce back after last week's loss to Ohio State.
(7) Texas 28, (14) Oklahoma 10
Despite 109 yards and this second-quarter touchdown from Adrian Peterson, the Sooners couldn't slow the Longhorns' offense.
(8) Louisville 44, Midd. Tennessee 17
Hunter Cantwell threw for a career-high 340 yards and three touchdowns, while showing poise after the Blue Raiders rattled him early.
(1) Ohio State 35, Bowling Green 7
Bowling Green had little success slowing Troy Smith, who rushed for 54 yards and threw for 189 yards and three touchdowns.
Arkansas 27, (2) Auburn 10
Auburn's Anthony Campbell can only sit and watch after his Tigers were stunned by Arkansas, which entered as 15-point underdogs and left with the SEC West lead.
(15) Clemson 27, Wake Forest 17
Clemson running back C.J. Spiller breaks free for a 72-yard go-ahead touchdown run to help the Tigers rally from a 14-point deficit and walk out of Winston-Salem with a hard-fought victory.
(3) USC 26, Washington 20
Dwayne Jarrett just misses making a TD grab, while the Huskies just missed pulling off a big upset of the third-ranked Trojans at the Coliseum.
(18) Georgia Tech 27, Maryland 23
Georgia Tech's Tashard Choice ran all over the Terps' defense -- to the tune of 138 yards and two touchdowns.
(6) Michigan 31, Michigan St. 13
Behind 211 yards on the ground, the Wolverines kept their national championship aspirations flourishing and retained the Paul Bunyan Trophy.
(23) Missouri 38, Texas Tech 21
Led by their defense that forced four Texas Tech turnovers, the Tigers have started 6-0 for the first time in 33 years.
(16) Cal 45, (11) Oregon 24
Nate Longshore passed for 189 yards and three touchdowns in Cal's fifth win since its season-opening loss at Tennessee.
(22) Nebraska 28, Iowa State 14
Sophomore Matt Slauson and the rest of the offensive line had something to smile about, as the Huskers racked up 251 rushing yards.
(13) Tennessee 51, (10) Georgia 33
Despite surrendering 33 points, The Vols' defense came up big in the second half with two interceptions and a fumble recovery.
(20) Boise State 55, Louisiana Tech 14
The Broncos fell behind 7-0 early after fumbling away the opening kickoff, but roared back with 31 straight points before halftime.