Top 25 action: Week 5
No. 1 Alabama 31, No. 7 Florida 6
Hauling in one of three interceptions for the host Crimson Tide, C.J. Mosley, center, returned a pick 35 yards in the third quarter.
No. 2 Ohio State 24, Illinois 13
Quarterback Terrelle Pryor overcame an injury to his left quadriceps to help his the visiting Buckeyes prevail.
No. 3 Boise State 59, New Mexico State 0
The Broncos' Doug Martin, center, gets hit on this play, but ran for 94 yards and a touchdown and added another touchdown on a 28-yard catch in a victory over the host Aggies.
No. 5 TCU 27, Colorado State 0
Wide receiver Jimmy Young, right, caught a 39-yard touchdown pass in the Horned Frogs' victory over the host Rams.
No. 8 Oklahoma 28, No. 21 Texas 20
Tight end James Hanna, right, was one of four Sooners to score touchdowns against the Longhorns at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas.
No. 4 Oregon 52, No. 9 Stanford 31
Running back LaMichael James helped spark the Ducks' comeback with 257 rushing yards and three touchdowns against the visiting Cardinal.
No. 10 Auburn 52, Louisiana-Monroe 3
Michael Dyer (5) was one of eight different players to score touchdowns for the host Tigers.
No. 24 Michigan State 34, No. 11 Wisconsin 24
Quarterback Kirk Cousins completed 20 of 29 passes for 269 yards and three touchdowns as the host Spartans won their Big Ten opener.
No. 12 LSU 16, Tennessee 14
Defensive end Chris Walker (84) and his Volunteer teammates were stunned when a last-second penalty cost them a chance to upset the host Tigers.
No. 16 Miami 30, Clemson 21
The Hurricanes' Leonard Hankerson (85) caught touchdown passes of 22, 65 and 7 yards to help beat the host Tigers.
No. 17 Iowa 24, No. 22 Penn State 3
Hawkeyes' defensive tackle Christian Ballard, right, sacks Nittany Lions' quarterback Robert Bolden during the home team's victory.
Washington 32, No. 18 USC 31
Devin Aguilar, right, scored one of the visiting Huskies three touchdowns against the host Trojans.
No. 19 Michigan 42, Indiana 35
Quarterback Denard Robinson threw for 277 yards and three touchdowns and ran for 217 yards in the visting Wolverines' victory.
Virginia Tech 41, No. 23 North Carolina State 30
Wolf Pack wide receiver Owen Spencer, left, had six catches for 145 yards, but was held out of the end zone by Hokies safety Antone Exum.
No. 25 Nevada 44, UNLV 26
Quarterback Colin Kaepernick runs for a gain during the visiting Wolf Pack's victory.