Oct. 10: Top 25 action from around the country
No. 1 Florida 13, No. 4 LSU 3
Making his return since missing two weeks with a concussion, Tim Tebow threw for 132 yards, one touchdown and one interception as the Gators won a low-scoring battle.
No. 2 Texas 38, Colorado 14
Special teams play and defense keyed the Longhorns' victory. In addition to Earl Thomas' 92-yard interception return for a touchdown and Ben Wells' score after returning a blocked punt, Jordan Shipley returned a punt for another score. Shipley (pictured) also had a touchdown on one of his 11 receptions for 147 yards.
No. 3 Alabama 22, No. 20 Mississippi 3
The Crimson Tide had no trouble winning on the road, especially since Rebels quarterback Jevan Snead (top) matched a career-high with four interceptions. He completed just 11-of-34 passes for 140 yards.
No. 5 Virginia Tech 48, Boston College 14
Running back Ryan Williams, center, evaded Boston College defenders to the tune of 159 yards and one touchdown on 18 carries in the Hokies' rout.
No. 9 Ohio State 31, Wisconsin 13
Turnovers killed Wisconsin's chances at an upset against, as Kurt Coleman (pictured) returned a pick 96 yards for a touchdown and teammate Jermale Hines ran in for a 32-yard score after a third-quarter interception.
No. 10 TCU 20, Air Force 17
Air Force linebacker Harrison McWilliams, left, and defensive back Chris Thomas, right, brought down TCU running back Ed Wesley, but the Falcons couldn't beat the Horned Frogs.
No. 11 Miami 48, Florida A&M 16
Hurricanes quarterback Jacory Harris completed 16 of 24 passes for 217 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions in the blowout.
No. 12 Iowa 30, Michigan 28
Iowa's Brett Greenwood, left, picked off a Michigan pass in the fourth quarter, one of five Wolverines' turnovers on the day.
No. 13 Oregon 24, UCLA 10
Scampering 100 yards down the field after receiving the kickoff to open the second half, Kenjon Barner, right, got No. 13 Oregon on the board. Those were the first points of 21 straight for the Ducks.
No. 14 Penn State 53, Eastern Illinois 3
Completing 13 of 19 passes for 234 yards and three touchdowns, quarterback Daryll Clark (No. 17) spearheaded a blowout. Clark also started the scoring with his one-yard touchdown run here.
No. 15 Oklahoma State 36, Texas A&M 31
Beau Johnson's two touchdowns helped the Cowboys win on the road. Oklahoma State was competing without two of their biggest playmakers: All-American receiver Dez Bryant and Kendall Hunter, the Big 12's leading rusher last season.
No. 16 Kansas 41, Iowa State 36
Wide receiver Kerry Meier set two school records -- career receptions and single-game receptions (16) in the Jayhawks' close victory. The teammate with whom he had previously shared the single-game mark, Dezmon Briscoe, had 12 catches for 186 yards and two touchdowns in the win, while Meier had 142 receiving yards and two TDs.
Arkansas 44, No. 17 Auburn 23
Michael Smith (bottom) rushed for 145 yards and a touchdown in the Razorbacks' upset win.