Week 7 Top 25 Slideshow
No. 1 LSU 38, Tennessee 7
Spencer Ware scores one of his two touchdowns in the visiting Tigers' rout of the Volunteeers on Saturday, Oct. 15, 2011. LSU QB Jarrett Lee threw two touchdown passes in the Tigers' seventh straight double-digit victory margin.
No. 2 Alabama 52, Mississippi 7
Crimson Tide RB Trent Richardson scores one of his career-best four touchdowns in the easy win over the host Rebels. Richardson, who leads the nation with six straight 100-yard games, ran for a career-high183 yards as the Alabama defense smothered foundering Mississippi.
No. 3 Oklahoma 47, Kansas 17
Sooners All-American WR Ryan Broyles became the NCAA's career receptions leader on a record-setting night, Landry Jones threw for 363 yards and three scores and the Oklahoma rolled to an easy victory over the host Jayhawks.
No. 4 Wisconsin 59, Indiana 7
The Badgers' Montee Ball runs for a 35-yard touchdown in the second quarter against the visiting Hoosiers. Ball had 142 yards and 3 TDs on the day.
No. 7 Stanford 44, Washington State 14
QB Andrew Luck threw two third-quarter touchdown passes to Levine Toilolo as the Cardinal beat the host Cougars to extend the nation's longest winning streak to a school-record 14 consecutive games. Luck completed 23 of 36 passes for 336 yards and four touchdowns with one interception.
No. 8 Clemson 56, Maryland 45
Tigers WR Sammy Watkins, left, falls into the end zone for a touchdown in front of Terrapins DB Dexter McDougle in the high-scoring affair. Clemson's Tajh Boyd threw four touchdown passes, freshman Sammy Watkins scored three TDs and the visitors rallied from an 18-point deficit to remain unbeaten.
No. 9 Oregon 41, No. 18 Arizona State 27
The Ducks' Kenjon Barner had a breakout game against the visiting Sun Devils as a substitute for LaMichael James, rushing for 159 yards and a touchdown on 30 carries.
No. 23 Michigan State 28, No. 11 Michigan 14
Edwin Baker dives into the end zone during the host Spartans' win over their state rival. Baker had 26 carries for 167 yards.
No. 15 South Carolina 14, Mississippi State 12
Gamecocks tailback Marcus Lattimore, left, evades a tackle from Bulldogs linebacker Brandon Wilson, center, to score a second-quarter touchdown. The win was costly for the visitors as Lattimore was lost for the rest of the season with a knee injury.
Ohio State 17, No. 16 Illinois 7
The Fighting Illini's Jason Ford moves to recover his own fumble as he is hit by the Buckeyes' John Simon. The Ohio State defense forced three turnovers, two of which the offense converted into touchdowns, in the vistior team's upset win.
No. 17 Kansas State 41, Texas Tech 34
Wildcats QB Collin Klein ran for three touchdowns and threw for another as the surprising visitors came from behind to beat the Red Raiders. Klein ran for 110 yards on 23 carries, scoring on three short runs and hitting Chris Harper for a 3-yard TD pass.
No. 21 Texas A&M 55, No. 20 Baylor 28
The Aggies' Cyrus Gray has some running room against the visiting Bears. There was plenty of room to roam all day for Texas A&M, which compiled 681 yards of offense.
No. 24 Auburn 17, Florida 6
Tigers WR DeAngelo Benton, center, catches a touchdown pass as Gators linebacker Jelani Jenkins, left, and safety Joshua Shaw defend. Host Auburn won a defensive battle that saw seven players take snaps at quarterback.