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Top 25 roundup

1 Southern Cal (5-0)

Beat No. 7 California 23-17

At Los Angeles, Calif., Southern California held California out of the end zone after a first-and-goal with less than two minutes left and held on to beat the Bears. Next: vs. No. 19 Arizona State, Saturday.

2 Oklahoma (5-0)

Beat No. 5 Texas 12-0

See story at right. Next: at Kansas State, Saturday.

3 Georgia (4-1)

Lost to No. 17 Tennessee 19-14

See story at right. Next: vs. Vanderbilt, Saturday.

4 Miami (4-0)

did not play. Next: vs. No. 20 Louisville.

5 Texas (4-1)

Lost to No. 2 Oklahoma 12-0

See story at right. Next: vs. Missouri, Saturday.

6 Auburn (6-0)

Beat Louisiana Tech 52-7

At Auburn, Ala., Jason Campbell passed for 201 yards and two touchdowns, including an Auburn-record 87-yarder to Silas Daniels. Next: vs. Arkansas, Saturday.

7 California (3-1)

Lost to No. 1 Southern Cal 23-17.

See No. 1 Southern Cal above. Next: vs. UCLA, Saturday.

8 Florida State (3-1)

Beat Syracuse 17-13

At Syracuse, N.Y., Leon Washington rushed for a career-high 164 yards and scored on runs of 21 and 45 yards in the second half to help Florida State rally. Next: vs. No. 10 Virginia, Saturday.

9 Purdue (5-0)

Beat Penn State 20-13

At State College, Pa., Taylor Stubblefield caught a 40-yard touchdown pass for Purdue and became the Big Ten's career receptions leader. Next: vs. No.15 Wisconsin, Saturday.

10 Virginia (5-0)

Beat Clemson 30-10, Thursday

At Charlottesville, Va., Virginia got 104 yards and two touchdowns from Alvin Pearman and shut down the Tigers after their opening drive to convincingly win 30-10 on Thursday night. Next: at No. 8 Florida State, Saturday.

11 Utah (5-0)

did not play. Next: vs. North Carolina, Saturday.

12 Florida (3-1)

Lost to No. 24 LSU 24-21

At Gainesville, Fla., Marcus Randall came off the bench and threw two touchdown passes, including a 10-yarder with 27 seconds to play. Next: vs. Middle Tennessee, Saturday.

13 Minnesota (5-1)

Lost to No. 14 Michigan 27-24

See story on D3. Next: at Michigan State, Saturday.

14 Michigan (5-1)

Beat No. 13 Minnesota 27-24

See story on D3. Next: at Illinois, Saturday.

15 Wisconsin (6-0)

Beat No. 18 Ohio State 24-13

At Columbus, Ohio, Wisconsin throttled Ohio State's offense, and Anthony Davis slashed for 168 yards and a touchdown for the Badgers. Next: at No. 9 Purdue, Saturday.

16 West Virginia (4-1)

did not play. Next: at Connecticut, Wednesday, Oct. 13.

17 Tennessee (4-1)

Beat No. 3 Georgia 19-14

See story at right. Next: at Mississippi, Saturday.

18 Ohio State (3-2)

Lost to No. 15 Wisconsin 24-13

See No. 15 Wisconsin above. Next: at Iowa, Saturday.

19 Arizona State (5-0)

did not play. Next: at No. 1 Southern Cal, Saturday.

20 Louisville (4-0)

did not play. Next: at No. 4 Miami, Thursday, Oct. 14.

21 Boise State (5-0)

did not play. Next: at Tulsa, Saturday.

22 Oklahoma State (5-0)

Beat Colorado 42-14

At Boulder, Colo., Vernand Morency ran for 165 yards and two touchdowns and Donovan Woods threw for three more scores for Oklahoma State. Next: vs. Texas A&M, Saturday.

23 Maryland (3-2)

Lost to Georgia Tech 20-7

At College Park, Md., Georgia Tech ended Maryland's 13-game home winning streak in stunning fashion, blanking the Terrapins through three quarters and forcing out ineffective quarterback Joel Statham. Next: vs. North Carolina State, Saturday.

24 LSU (3-2)

Beat No. 12 Florida 24-21

See No. 12 Florida above. Next: vs. Troy, Saturday, Oct. 23.

25 South Carolina (4-2)

Lost to Mississippi 31-28

At Columbia, S.C., Ethan Flatt found Bill Flowers in the corner of the end zone for a 29-yard touchdown pass with 1:05 left to lift Mississippi past South Carolina. Next: at Kentucky, Saturday.

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