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Top 25 roundup

1 Florida (5-1)

Lost to No. 14 LSU 28-21. (See story on D3). Next: at No. 8 Auburn, Saturday.

2 Penn State (5-0)

Beat No. 7 Ohio State 31-27. (See story this page). Next: vs. Minnesota, Saturday.

3 Nebraska (5-0)

Beat Baylor 49-21.

At Waco, Texas, Ahman Green scored four touchdowns and rushed for 158 yards as Nebraska beat Baylor. Next: vs. Texas Tech, Saturday.

4 Florida State (5-0)

Beat Duke 51-27.

At Durham, N.C., Thad Busby ran for two touchdowns and threw for a score, and Florida State took advantage of second-half turnovers by Duke. Next: vs. No. 25 Georgia Tech, Saturday.

5 North Carolina (6-0)

Beat Wake Forest 30-12.

At Chapel Hill, N.C., North Carolina converted a Wake Forest fumble and a blocked punt into two quick third-quarter scores. Next: at North Carolina State, Saturday.

6 Michigan (5-0)

Beat Northwestern 23-6.

At Ann Arbor, Mich., Brian Griese threw two TD passes to Jerame Tuman and Michigan held an opponent without a touchdown for the fourth time in five games. Next: vs. No. 17 Iowa, Saturday.

7 Ohio State (5-1)

Lost to No. 2 Penn State 31-27. (See story this page). Next: vs. Indiana, Saturday.

8 Auburn (6-0)

Beat Louisiana Tech 49-13.

At Auburn, Ala., Dameyune Craig tied a school record with four TD passes and became the first Auburn quarterback to pass for more than 300 yards in four straight games. Next: vs. No. 1 Florida, Saturday.

9 Tennessee (4-1)

Beat No. 13 Georgia 38-13.

At Knoxville, Tenn., freshman Jamal Lewis gained 232 yards and Peyton Manning threw for 343 yards and four touchdowns to lead Tennessee over Georgia. Next: at Alabama, Saturday.

10 Washington (4-1)

Beat California 30-3.

At Berkeley, Calif., Rashaan Shehee ran for 123 yards and two scores and Washington held California without a touchdown. Next: at Arizona, Saturday.

11 Michigan State (5-0)

Beat Indiana 38-6.

At Bloomington, Ind., Sedrick Irvin rushed for a career-high 178 yards and two touchdowns as Michigan State routed Indiana. Next: at Northwestern, Saturday.

12 Washington State (5-0)

Did not play. Next: vs. California, Saturday.

13 Georgia (4-1)

Lost No. 9 Tennessee 38-13. (See above). Next: at Vanderbilt, Saturday.

14 LSU (5-1)

Beat No. 1 Florida 28-21. (See story on D3). Next: vs. Mississippi, Saturday.

15 Texas A&M (5-0)

Beat Iowa State 56-17.

At College Station, Texas, Sirr Parker scored on an 80-yard run and a 78-yard kickoff return as Texas A&M overwhelmed winless Iowa. Next: at No. 22 Kansas State, Saturday.

16 Stanford (4-1)

Lost to Arizona, 28-22.

At Tucson, Ariz., Ortege Jenkins threw three of his four touchdown passes in the first half as Arizona held on to upset Stanford. Next: vs. Arizona State, Saturday.

17 Iowa (4-1)

Did not play. Next: at No. 6 Michigan, Saturday.

18 UCLA (4-2)

Beat Oregon 39-31.

At Eugene, Ore., Jim McElroy came back from a first-quarter concussion to catch a 40-yard pass for the go-ahead touchdown in the third quarter. Next: vs. Oregon State, Saturday.

19 Air Force (7-0)

Beat Navy 10-7. (See WAC roundup this page). Next: vs. Fresno State, Saturday.

20 Oklahoma State (6-0)

Beat No. 24 Colorado 33-29.

At Stillwater, Okla., Tony Lindsay threw a 19-yard touchdown pass to tight end Alonzo Mayes with 1:56 left to give Oklahoma State a victory over No. 24 Colorado. Next: vs. Missouri, Oct. 25.

21 Brigham Young (3-1)

Lost to Rice 27-14 (see story on D1. Next: vs. Hawaii, Saturday.

22 Kansas State (4-1)

Beat Missouri 41-11.

At Manhattan, Kan., Michael Bishop rushed for 196 yards and two touchdowns as Kansas State rebounded from last week's loss to Nebraska. Next: vs. No. 15 Texas A&M, Saturday.

23 Virginia Tech (5-1)

Beat Boston College 17-7.

At Blacksburg, Va., Al Clark threw a 50-yard TD pass and scored on a 42-yard run as Virginia Tech beat Boston College. Next: at W. Virginia, Oct. 25.

24 Colorado (2-3)

Lost to No. 20 Oklahoma State 33-29. (See above). Next: vs. Kansas, Saturday.

25 Georgia Tech (4-1)

Beat North Carolina State 27-17.

At Atlanta, Joe Hamilton passed for a career-high 293 yards as Georgia Tech won its fourth straight. Next: at No. 4 Florida State, Saturday.