1 Southern Cal (4-0)
did not play. Next: vs. No. 10 California, Saturday.
2 Oklahoma (4-0)
Beat Texas Tech 28-13
At Norman, Jason White threw three touchdown passes to break Oklahoma's career mark and Adrian Peterson added 146 rushing yards and a touchdown run. Next: vs. No. 5 Texas, Saturday.
3 Georgia (4-0)
Beat No. 13 LSU 45-16
See story on D3. Next: vs. No. 10 Tennesse, Saturday.
4 Miami (4-0)
Beat Georgia Tech 27-3
At Atlanta, Brock Berlin threw three touchdown passes, and Frank Gore ran for 115 yards in Miami's first Atlantic Coast Conference road game.Next: at No. 22 Louisville, Thrusday, Oct. 14.
5 Texas (4-0)
Beat Baylor 44-14
At Austin, Cedric Benson ran for 188 yards and three touchdowns, and Vince Young passed for two scores for Texas. Next: at No. 2 Oklahoma, Saturday.
6 West Virginia (4-1)
Lost to Virginia Tech 14-44
At Blacksburg, Brandon Pace kicked four field goals to atone for a late miss last week, and Virginia Tech played superb defense to beat West Virginia. Next: at Connecticut, Wednesday, Oct. 13.
7 Ohio State (3-0)
Lost to Northwestern 33-27 OT
At Evanston, Noah Herron scored on a 2-yard run in overtime and had two other touchdowns, and Northwestern backed up its pregame trash talk with a 33-27 upset victory over No. 7 Ohio State on Saturday night. Next: vs. No. 20 Wisconsin, Saturday.
8 Auburn (5-0)
Beat No. 10 Tennesse 34-10
At Knoxville, Jason Campbell threw for 252 yards and two touchdowns, and eighth-ranked Auburn stamped itself as national title contenders by overwhelming No. 10 Tennessee 34-10 on Saturday night.. Next: vs. Lousisana Tech, Saturday.
9 Florida State (3-1)
Beat North Carolina 38-16
At Tallahassee, Wyatt Sexton threw three touchdown passes in his starting debut, and Leon Washington ran for 153 yards and a touchdown for Florida State. Next: at Syracuse, Saturday.
10 (tie) California (3-0)
Beat Oregon State 49-7
At Corvallis, Chase Lyman had five catches for a career-high 176 yards and three touchdowns, and Aaron Rodgers completed 12 of 16 passes for 140 yards and three scores for California. Next: at No. 1 Sourhtern Cal, Saturday.
10 (tie) Tennesee (3-1)
Lost to No.8 Auburn 10-34
See No. 8 Auburn. Next: at No. 3 Georgia, Saturday.
12 Virginia (4-0)
did not play. Next: vs. Clemson, Thursday, Oct. 7.
13 LSU (3-2)
Lost to No. 3 Georgia 45-16
See story on this page. Next: at No. 16 Florida, Saturday.
14 Utah (5-0)
Beat New Mexico 28-7
At Albuquerque, Quarterback Alex Smith ran for two touchdowns and Steve Savoy caught 11 passes for 150 yards in Utah's 28-7 victory over New Mexico on Friday night. Next: vs. North Carolina, Saturday, Oct. 16.
15 Purdue (4-0)
Beat Notre Dame 41-16
See story on this page. Next: at Penn State, Saturday.
16 Florida (3-1)
Beat Arkansas 45-30
At Gainesville, Chris Leak threw for a career-high 322 yards and three touchdowns, and Florida held off another late rally. Next: vs. No. 13 LSU, Saturday.
17 Fresno State (3-1)
Lost to Louisana Tech 21-28
At Ruston, Ryan Moats scored his fourth touchdown with less than 3:20 left and finished with in 236 yards rushing for Louisiana Tech. Next: vs. UTEP, Saturday.
18 Minnesota (4-0)
Beat Penn State 16-7
At Minneapolis, Laurence Maroney ran for 144 yards and a touchdown and No. 18 Minnesota overcame Penn State's scrappy defense. Next: at No. 19 Michigan, Saturday.
19 Michigan (4-1)
Beat Indiana 35-14
At Bloomington, Chad Henne threw for 316 yards and three touchdowns, and Leon Hart returned a punt 76 yards for a score for Michigan. Next: at Vanderbilt, Thursday.
20 Wisconsin (5-0)
Beat Illinois 24-7
At Madison, Anthony Davis ran for 213 yards and three touchdowns in his first action in a month and Wisconsin held its fifth straight opponent to a touchdown or less, a feat it last achieved in 1951. Next: at No. 7 Ohio State, Saturday.
21 Arizona State (4-0)
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22 Louisville (4-0)
Beat East Carolina 59-7
At Louisville, Eric Shelton tied a Louisville record with five rushing touchdowns and finished with 129 yards for Louisville. Next: at No. 4 Miami, Thursday, Oct. 14.
23 Boise State (4-0)
Beat SMU 38-20
At Boise, Jared Zabransky threw for 190 yards and two touchdowns to help Boise State extend the longest winning streak in the nation to 16 games. Next: at Tulsa, Saturday, Oct. 16.
24 Maryland (3-1)
did not play. Next: vs. Georgia Tech, Saturday.
25 Oklahoma State (4-0)
Beat Iowa State 36-7
At Stillwater, Vernand Morency ran for 143 yards and two touchdowns and Jason Ricks kicked three field goals for Oklahoma State. Next: at Colorado, Saturday.