1 Ohio State (2-0)
Beat Toledo 49-0.At Columbus, Ohio, Joe Germaine threw three TD passes and Michael Wiley ran for a career-high 151 yards and two scores. Next: vs. No. 25 Missouri, Saturday.
2 Florida State (1-1)
Lost to North Carolina State 24-7.
Torry Holt, who caught five TD passes against the Seminoles last season in a 48-35 loss, burned Florida State again. He scored on a 68-yard punt return and a 63-yard pass from Jamie Barnette as the Wolfpack handed the Seminoles just their second ACC loss in 49 games since joining the league in 1992. Next: vs. Duke Saturday.
3 Florida (2-0)
Beat Northeast Louisiana 42-10.
At Gainesville, Fla., Jesse Palmer threw for 292 yards and four touchdowns. Next: vs. No. 8 Tennessee, Saturday.
4 Nebraska (3-0)
Beat California 24-3.
At Berkeley, Calif., Eric Crouch ran for two touchdowns and Monte Christo threw a 5-yard scoring pass to Shevin Wiggins in the late going for the 'Huskers. Next: vs. No. 11 Washington, Sept. 26.
5 Kansas State (2-0)
Beat Northern Illinois 73-7.
At Manhattan, Kan., Michael Bishop ran for two touchdowns and passed for two as Kansas State scored a school-record 73 points and extended Northern Illinois' losing streak to 20 games. Next: vs. No. 23, Texas, Saturday.
6 UCLA (1-0)
Beat No. 23 Texas 49-31
At Pasadena, Calif., Cade McNown passed for 339 yards and three TDs as UCLA pounded Texas for the second straight year. Next: vs. Houstonn, Saturday.
7 LSU (0-0)
Beat Arkansas State 42-6.
At Baton Rouge, La., Kevin Faulk gained 266 all-purpose yards and scored three touchdowns in the Tigers' victory over Arkansas State. Next: vs. Auburn, Saturday.
8 Tennessee (1-0)
Did not play.
Next: vs. No. 3 Florida, Saturday.
9 Penn State (2-0)
Beat Bowling Green 48-3.
Next: at Pittsburgh, Saturday.
10 Notre Dame (1-1)
Lost to Michigan State 45-23.
At East Lansing, Mich., Bill Burke threw three first-half touchdown passes as previously winless Michigan State rocked Notre Dame. Next: vs. Purdue, Sept. 26.
11 Washington (1-0)
Did not play. Next: vs. Brigham Young, Saturday.
12 Virginia (2-0)
Beat Maryland 31-19.
At Charlottesville, Va., Aaron Brooks threw for 225 yards and two touchdowns and Thomas Jones had a 21-yard TD run in the fourth quarter. Next: vs. Clemson, Saturday.
13 Michigan (0-2)
Lost to No. 19 Syracuse 38-28.
At Ann Arbor, Mich., Donovan McNabb passed for three TDs and ran for one as Syracuse dropped Michigan to 0-2 for only the second time since 1959. Next: vs. Eastern Michigan, Saturday.
14 Arizona State (0-2)
Lost to Brigham Young 26-6 (See story on D1.) Next: vs. North Texas, Saturday.
15 Georgia (2-0)
Beat South Carlina 17-3.
At Columbia, S.C., freshman Quincy Carter ran for two TDs to lead Georgia (2-0, 1-0 SEC) over South Carolina (1-1, 0-1). Next: vs. Wyoming, Saturday.
16 Colorado (2-0)
Beat Fresno State 29-21.
At Boulder, Colo., Mike Moschetti threw a 25-yard TD pass to Javon Green early in the fourth quarter and Colorado preserved the win with a last-minute goal-line stand. Next: vs. Utah State, Saturday.
17 Wisconsin (2-0)
Beat Ohio U. 45-0.
At Madison, Wis., Ron Dayne returned to Wisconsin's lineup and rushed for 111 yards and three TDs as the Badgers routed Ohio. Next: vs. UNLV, Saturday.
18 Texas A&M (1-1)
Beat Louisiana Tech 28-7.
At College Station, Tex., fullback D'Andre Hardeman scored three touchdowns and Texas A&M's quick defense shut down Louisiana Tech's passing game at soggy Kyle Field. Next: at Southern Missippi, Saturday.
19 Syracuse (1-1)
Beat No. 13 Michigan 38-28. (See above). Next: vs. Rutgers, Saturday.
20 West Virginia (0-1)
Did not play. Next: vs. Maryland, Saturday.
21 Arizona (2-0)
Beat Stanford 31-14.
At Stanford, Calif., Kelvin Eafon ran for two touchdowns and Trung Canidate rushed for 110 yards as Arizona beat Stanford.
Next: vs. Iowa, Saturday.
22 Southern California (2-0)
Beat San Diego State, 35-6.
Next: vs. Oregon State, Saturday.
23 Texas (1-1)
Lost to No. 6 UCLA 49-31.
(see above) Next: at No. 5 Kansas State, Saturday.
24 Oregon (2-0)
Beat Texas-El Paso 33-26.
At El Paso, Texas, Herman Ho-Ching scored three fourth-quarter touchdowns and No. 24 Oregon struggled from behind to beat Texas-El Paso 33-26 on Saturday night.
Next: vs. San Jose State, Saturday.
25 Missouri (2-0)
Beat Kansas 41-23.
At Columbia, Mo., Devin West ran for a school-record 319 yards as Missouri defeated Kansas. Next: at No. 1 Ohio State, Saturday.