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College top 25

1 Oklahoma (3-0)

Beat Fresno State 52-28

At Norman, Jason White threw for 338 yards and four touchdowns and Renaldo Works ran for two more scores for Oklahoma. Next: UCLA, Saturday.

2 Miami (2-0)

Beat East Carolina 38-3

At Miami, Frank Gore ran for 134 yards and a touchdown to help Miami extend the nation's longest home winning streak to 24.Next: at Vanderbilt, Thursday.

3 Ohio State (3-0)

Beat No. 24 N. Carolina State 44-38 3OT

At Columbus, Craig Krenzel hit Michael Jenkins on a 7-yard scoring pass in the third overtime and No. 3 Ohio State made a goal-line stand to beat North Carolina State 44-38 on Saturday. Next: Bowling Green, Saturday.

4 Southern Cal. (2-0)

Beat Hawaii 61-32

At Los Angeles, Matt Leinart threw two touchdown passes and Southern California's defense held Hawaii's Timmy Chang in check until late in the game. Next: at California, Sept. 27.

5 Michigan (3-0)

Beat No. 15 Notre Dame 38-0

At Ann Arbor, Chris Perry ran for three touchdowns and caught another as Michigan dominated both lines and posted the most lopsided win in their storied rivalry with Notre Dame. Next: at Oregon, Saturday.

6 Texas (1-1)

Lost to Arkansas 38-28

At Austin, Matt Jones kept Arkansas rolling through the air and on the ground, making the Razorbacks' return to Texas a huge success with a victory over the Longhorns. Arkansas (2-0) beat its highest-ranked foe since 1999 and ended Texas' 20-game home winning streak.Next: at Rice, Saturday.

7 Kansas State (4-0)

Beat Massachusetts 38-7

At Manhattan, Darren Sproles ran for 152 yards and three touchdowns and backup quarterback Jeff Schwinn passed for 228 yards as Kansas State beat Massachusetts. Next: Marshall, Saturday.

8 Georgia (3-0)

Beat No. 25 South Carolina 31-7

At Atehns, Reggie Brown helped Georgia end its three-year touchdown drought against South Carolina, catching two short scoring passes and setting up another TD with a longer reception. Next: at No. 12 LSU, Saturday.

9 Virginia Tech (2-0)

Did not play. Next: Texas A&M, Thursday.

10 Florida State (3-0)

Beat Georgia Tech 14-13

At Tallahassee, Chris Rix shook off two interceptions to run for one touchdown and pass for another in the final 7:09 as Florida State rallied to beat Georgia Tech.Next: No. 17 Colorado, Saturday.

11 Pittsburgh (2-0)

Beat Ball State 42-21

At Pittsburgh, Brandon Miree ran for three touchdowns and Rod Rutherford threw for three, helping Pittsburgh withstand a sloppy, sluggish start and overwhelm Ball State. Next: at Toledo, Saturday.

12 LSU (3-0)

Beat Western Illionis 35-7

At Baton Rouge, Matt Mauck set career highs with 305 yards passing and four touchdowns for LSU. Next: No. 8 Georgia, Saturday.

13 Tennesee (1-0)

did not play Next: at No. 19 Florida, Saturday.

14 Wisconsin (2-1)

Lost to UNLV 23-5

(See story on D4)

Next: at Vanderbilt, Thursday.

15 Notre Dame (1-1)

Lost to No. 5 Michigan 38-0

(See No. 5 Michigan) Next: Michigan State, Saturday.

16 Arizona State (1-0)

vs. Utah State.

Late. Next: No. 23 Iowa, Saturday.

17 Colordado (2-1)

Lost to Washington State 47-26

At Boulder, Sammy Moore caught a 74-yard touchdown pass and returned a kickoff 97 yards for another score as Washington State used big plays to beat Colorado.Next: at No. 10 Florida State, Saturday.

18 Nebraska (2-0)

Beat Penn State 18-10

At Lincoln, Josh Davis ran for a career-high 179 yards and Jammal Lord added 100 for Nebraska. Next: at Southern Miss., Sept. 25.

19 Florida (1-0)

Beat Florida A&M 63-3

At Gainesville, DeShawn Wynn tied a school record with four touchdowns in Florida's last tuneup before the Southeastern Conference opener next week against Tennessee.Next: No. 13 Tennessee, Saturday.

20 Wake Forest (2-1)

Lost to Purdue 16-10

At Winston-Salem, Ben Jones kicked three field goals and Purdue held Wake Forest to 244 yards, spoiling the Demon Deacons' first game as a ranked team in more than a decade. Next: East Carolina, Saturday.

21 Washington (1-1)

Did not play. Next: Idaho, Saturday.

22 TCU (2-0)

Did not play Next: vs. Vanderbilt, Saturday.

23 Iowa (3-0)

Beat Iowa State 40-21

At Ames, Iowa scored 10 points off two blocks by Sean Considine and converted two turnovers into field goals. Next: vs. No. 16 Arizona State, Saturday.

24 North Carolina St.(1-2)

Lost to No. 3 Ohio State 44-38 3OT

(See No. 3 Ohio State). Next: vs. Texas Tech, Saturday.

25 South Carolina (2-1)

Lost to No. 8 Georgia 31-7

(See No. 8 Georgia). Next: vs. UAB, Saturdayii.