Week 8 Top 25 Slideshow
No. 1 LSU 45, No. 19 Auburn 10
LSU wide receiver Rueben Randle, right, scores one of his two second quarter touchdowns on a 42-yard reception as Auburn defensive back Robenson Therezie, left, and defensive back Demetruce McNeal pursue for the losing Tigers on Oct. 22, 2011.
No. 2 Alabama 37, Tennessee 6
Alabama running back Trent Richardson scored two touchdowns as the Crimson Tide scored on its first five possessions after halftime to turn a tie game with the rival Volunteers into a blowout. Richardson finished with 77 yards, leaving him tied with Shaun Alexander for the school mark of six straight 100-yard rushing games.
Texas Tech 41, No. 3 Oklahoma 38
Texas Tech wide receiver Alex Torres scores a touchdown on a pass from Seth Doege, who led the Red Raiders to the stunning upset. Doege completed 32 of 51 passes for 423 yards and four touchdowns.
No. 15 Michigan State 37, No. 4 Wisconsin 31
The ball goes up for grabs and into the arms of Michigan State's Keith Nichol, right, after being tipped on a pass on the game's final play. Nichol's 44-yard desperation touchdown catch from Kirk Cousins gave the Spartans the win.
No. 6 Oklahoma State 45, Missouri 24
Oklahoma State quarterback Brandon Weeden threw for 338 yards and 3 touchdowns to lead the undefeated Cowboys to a rout of Big 12 foe Missouri on the road.
No. 7 Stanford 65, No. 22 Washington 21
Wide receiver Drew Terrell catches a touchdown pass in front of Washington safety Justin Glenn, but Stanford's running game made the difference. Stepfan Taylor, Tyler Gaffney and Anthony Wilkerson powered the Cardinal to a school-record 446 yards rushing to extend the nation's longest winning streak to 15 games.
No. 8 Clemson 59, North Carolina 38
Clemson's Martavis Bryant hauls in a touchdown over North Carolina cornerback Charles Brown in the first half of a high scoring victory. Bryan was one of five Tigers to catch a TD pass from Clemson QB Tajh Boyd, who tossed for 367 yards and five scores.
No. 9 Oregon 45, Colorado 2
Oregon tight end David Paulson catches a touchdown pass against overmanned Colorado. The Ducks jumped to a 29-0 first-quarter lead despite the absence of star QB Darron Thomas and RB LaMichael James due to injuries.
No. 10 Arkansas 29, Mississippi 24
Arkansas running back Dennis Johnson watches as his fumble rolls away as Mississippi defensive tackle Justin Smith holds on to him in the third quarter. Despite the turnover, the Razorbacks held on for a tight victory behind 160 yards rushing and a TD for Johnson.
Syracuse 49, No. 11 West Virginia 23
West Virginia's Bruce Irvin looks on near the end of a blowout loss to the unranked Orange at Syracuse, in a game the high-powered Mountaineers never led Friday.
No. 12 Kansas State 59, Kansas 21
Kansas State quarterback Collin Klein, center, celebrates one of his three first half touchdowns with teammates, left to right, Curry Sexton and Braden Wilson during the Wildcats win over in-state rival Kansas.
No. 13 Nebraska 41, Minnesota 14
Nebraska quarterback Taylor Martinez runs for eight yards as Minnesota defensive back Kyle Henderson looks to make the tackle. The Huskers, behind Rex Burkhead's 117 yards and a touchdown, racked up 346 yards on the ground.
No. 17 Texas A&M 33, Iowa State 17
Texas A&M quarterback Ryan Tannehill threw for 263 yards and two pivotal touchdowns late in the second quarter as the Aggies held off Iowa State for their third straight Big 12 win.
No. 21 Houston 63, Marshall 28
Houston quarterback Case Keenum became the Football Bowl Subdivision's career leader in total offense, throwing for 376 yards and tying his career high with six touchdown passes in Houston's rout of Marshall.
Purdue 21, No. 23 Illinois 14
Illinois quarterback Nathan Scheelhaase, right, is tackled by Purdue linebacker Dwayne Beckford, left, and Joe Holland, center, during a loss to the Boilermakers. Scheelhaase was held to 217 yards and no touchdowns in the Fighting Illini's second straight loss.