Week 9 Top 25 Slideshow
No. 3 Oklahoma State 59, Baylor 24
Cowboys safety Marelle Martin, center, celebrates with fans following the home team's rout of the Bears on Saturday, Oct. 29, 2011.
No. 4 Stanford 56, No. 20 USC 48, 3OT
Cardinal quarterback Andrew Luck, right, celebrates his team's thrilling victory over the host Trojans with Chase Thomas.
Georgia Tech 31, No. 6 Clemson 17
Tigers running back Mike Bellamy, left, and quarterback Tajh Boyd sit on the bench in the final moments of their team's upset loss to the host Yellow Jackets.
No. 7 Oregon 43, Washington State 28
Oregon quarterback Bryan Bennett avoids the diving tackle of Washington State's Deone Bucannon. Bennett replaced starter Darron Thomas in the second half with the Beavers up, 15-10. Oregon true freshman De'Anthony Thomas had a 45-yard scoring pass from Bennett and returned a kickoff 93 yards for another touchdown.
No. 8 Arkansas 31, Vanderbilt 28
Jerico Nelson of Arkansas fumbles as he dives over Vanderbilt's Jordan Rogers while advancing a fumble. Zach Hocker kicked a 42-yard field goal with 6:53 left, and Arkansas rallied from 14 points down to win. This was the third time this season the Razorbacks have trailed by double digits.
No. 13 Nebraska 24, No. 9 Michigan State 3
Michigan State linebacker Marcus Rush reaches for running back Rex Burkhead in the Huskers' win. Burkhead finished with 130 rushing yards and three touchdowns in Nebraska's second win in 17 games against a top-10 opponent.
No. 11 Oklahoma 58, No. 10 Kansas State 17
Oklahoma's Jaz Reynolds pulls in a pass against Allen Chapman (left) and Tysyn Hartman. Oklahoma quarterback Landry Jones threw for a school-record 505 yards and five touchdowns, while his All-American wide receiver Ryan Broyles caught 14 passes for 171 yards and a score.
Ohio State 33, No. 12 Wisconsin 29
The Buckeyes' Devin Smith (15) celebrates his game-winning 40-yard touchdown catch with 20 seconds left against the visiting Badgers.
No. 14 South Carolina 14, Tennessee 3
Gamecocks quarterback Connor Shaw dives for a touchdown during the visiting team's victory over the Volunteers.
Missouri 38, No. 16 Texas A&M 31, OT
T.J. Moe (right) and Andrew Jones of Missouri celebrate an overtime victory against Texas A&M. Missouri quarterback James Franklin threw two touchdown passes, including the game-winner to Marcus Lucas, and ran for two more.
No. 17 Michigan 36, Purdue 14
Fitzgerald Toussaint tries to get around the tackle of Purdue's Joe Holland. Michigan won, 36-14, as Toussaint ran for a career-high 170 yards and two touchdowns.
No. 18 Houston 73, Rice 34
Cougars QB Case Keeum holds up the game ball after the home team's rout to regain the 'Bayou Bucket' on Thursday. Keenum threw for 534 yards and 9 TDs, with WR Patrick Edwards accounting for 318 receiving yards and 5 scores. Keenum also set the FBS record for career TD passes with 139 and counting, passing Texas Tech's Graham Harrell.
Iowa State 41, No. 19 Texas Tech 7
Red Raiders quarterback Seth Doege dives for a touchdown over the Cyclones' Durrell Givens. The score, however, would be the only one for the home team in a stunning loss one week after Texas Tech knocked off then-No. 3 Oklahoma.
No. 22 Georgia 24, Florida 20
Georgia's Bacarri Rambo breaks up a pass intended for Florida's Jordan Reed. Georgia, which has now won six straight, beat the Gators for just the fourth time in 22 tries.