Top 25 action from Week 6
No. 1 LSU 41, No. 17 Florida 11
Gators safety Matt Elam, left, can't stop Tigers running back Spencer Ware from getting into the end zone for a first-half touchdown on Saturday, Oct. 8, 2011. Host LSU jumped to a 17-0 lead and cruised behind Ware's 109 rushing yards and two touchdowns.
No. 2 Alabama 34, Vanderbilt 0
The Crimson Tide's Trent Richardson (3) is pulled down by Commodores defensive back Andre Hal (23) and safety Javon Marshall (31). Richardson rushed for 107 yards and a touchdown in his fifth straight 100-yard game in the win for the home team.
No. 3 Oklahoma 55, No. 11 Texas 17
The Sooners' Ryan Broyles, left, evades Longhorns' safety Blake Gideon during the blowout win in the annual Red River Rivalry at Dallas. Broyles wound up with nine catches for 122 yards and a score, while QB Landry Jones went 31-for-50 for 367 yards and 3 touchdowns.
No. 5 Boise State 57, Fresno State 7
Broncos wide receiver Geraldo Boldewijn, right, catches one of his two touchdown passes against the host Bulldogs on Friday. Boldewijn was playing in his first game back from suspension.
No. 7 Stanford 48, Colorado 7
Quarterback Andrew Luck, center, threw for a season-high 370 yards and three touchdowns in leading the Cardinal to an easy victory over the Pac-12 newcomers from Boulder. Luck completed 26 of 33 passes as the home team extend the nation's longest winning streak to 13 games.
No. 8 Clemson 36, Boston College 14
Tigers quarterback Tajh Boyd is pursued by the Eagles' Luke Kuechly in a game that left the Clemson's season unsettled. Boyd passed for a touchdown and ran for another for the home team, but had to leave the field in the third quarter with a hip injury.
No. 9 Oregon 43, California 13
Ducks star running back LaMichael James is tended to by a team doctor after injuring his elbow in the fourth quarter the visiting Golden Bears on Thursday. James, the nation's leading rusher, ran for 239 yards and a touchdown before getting hurt.
No. 10 Arkansas 38, No. 15 Auburn 14
Quarterback Tyler Wilson (8) celebrates with teammates after the Razorbacks' victory over the visiting Tigers. Wilson completed 19 consecutive passes in the game, the third-longest streak in SEC history.
No. 12 Michigan 42, Northwestern 24
Wolverines tight end Steve Watson, right, celebrates with offensive lineman Taylor Lewan after catching a touchdown pass against the host Wildcats.
No. 14 Nebraska 34, Ohio State 27
Cornhuskers' running back Rex Burkhead, right, dives into the end zone for the eventual game-winning touchdown against the visiting Buckeyes. Nebraska earned its first Big Ten win by rallying from a 21-point second-half deficit, the biggest comeback in school history.
No. 19 Illinois 41, Indiana 20
Fighting Illini wide receiver A.J. Jenkins makes the catch over Hoosiers cornerback Lawrence Barnett on his way to a 6-catch, 182-yard, 2-touchdown receiving day for the visitors.
No. 20 Kansas St. 24, Missouri 17
Wildcats quarterback Collin Klein scores one of his three touchdowns on the day. John Hubert had 126 rushing yards as the home team is off to its first 5-0 start since 2000.
No. 21 Virginia Tech 38, Miami 35
Hokies quarterback Logan Thomas runs ahead of the Hurricanes' Sean Spence for the game-winning touchdown. Thomas went 23 for 25 for 310 yards passing and three touchdowns and also ran for two scores for the home team.
No. 22 Arizona State 35, Utah 14
Sun Devils safety Clint Floyd, left, intercepts a pass intended for Utes tight end Jake Murphy. Three Utah turnovers on consecutive possessions late in the third quarter and start of the fourth helped turn a close game into an easy win for the visitors.
No. 24 Texas A&M 45, Texas Tech 40
Aggies quarterback Ryan Tannehill, right, scores one of his two rushing touchdowns against the host Red Raiders.
No. 25 Baylor 49, Iowa State 26
Bears quarterback Robert Griffin III, right,looks for running room past Cyclones defensive end Willie Scott. Griffin picked up a season-high rushing 107 yards, and Terrance Ganaway also ran for a career-high 200 yards and three scores in the home team's win.