1 Ohio State (3-0)
Beat Missouri 35-14At Columbus, Ohio, Michael Wiley rushed for a career-best 209 yards and two TDs as Ohio State rolled past Missouri after trailing 14-13 at halftime. Next: vs. No. 8 Penn State, Oct. 3
2 Florida (2-1)
Lost to No. 6 Tennessee 20-17 in OT. (See story on this page). Next: vs. Kentucky, Saturday.
3 Nebraska (3-0)
Did not play. Next: vs. No. 9 Washington, Saturday.
4 UCLA (2-0)
Beat Houston 42-24.
At Houston, Jermaine Lewis ran for four touchdowns and Cade McNown threw a 61-yard TD pass to Brian Poli-Dixon as UCLA won its school-record 12th in a row. Next: at Miami, Saturday.
5 Kansas State (3-0)
Beat Texas 48-7.
At Manhattan, Kan., David Allen's 93-yard punt return keyed a 28-point second-quarter outburst and Kansas State held Ricky Williams to 43 yards. Next: vs. Northeast Louisiana, Saturday.
6 Tennessee (2-0)
Beat Florida 20-17 in OT. (See above). Next: vs. Houston, Saturday.
7 LSU (2-0)
Beat Auburn 31-19.
At Auburn, Ala., Herb Tyler threw a 6-yard touchdown pass to Kyle Kipps with 5:27 left and LSU capitalized on four Auburn turnovers. Next: vs. Idaho, Saturday.
8 Penn State (3-0)
Beat Pittsburgh 20-13.
At Pittsburgh, Kevin Thompson threw a 60-yard scoring pass to Chafie Fields in the third quarter to help Penn State beat the Panthers. Next: at No. 1 Ohio State, Saturday.
9 Washington (2-0)
Beat BYU 20-10. (See story on Page D1). Next: at No. 3 Nebraska, Saturday.
10 Virginia (3-0)
Beat Clemson 20-18.
At Charlottesville, Va., Todd Braverman kicked a 30-yard field goal with 49 seconds left to lift Virginia over Clemson. Next: at Duke, Saturday.
11 Florida State (1-1)
Beat Duke 62-13.
At Tallahassee, Fla., Florida State rebounded from last week's loss to N.C. State by routing Duke.
Chris Weinke, who was intercepted six times by N.C. State, threw three TD passes and Laveranues Coles scored on a 97-yard kickoff return for Florida State. Jeff Chaney, Travis Minor and Peter Warrick each scored two touchdowns for the Seminoles. Next: vs. No. 18 USC, Saturday.
12 Georgia (3-0)
Beat Wyoming 16-9. (See WAC Roundup on Page D3). Next: at No. 7 LSU, Oct. 3.
13 Syracuse (2-1)
Beat Rutgers 70-14.
At Syracuse, N.Y., Rob Konrad ran for three touchdowns and Donovan McNabb tied the Big East career record for TD passes as the Orangemen ran up the second-highest point total in their history. Next: at No. 20 North Carolina State, Oct. 1.
14 Wisconsin (3-0)
Beat UNLV 52-7. (See WAC Roundup on Page D3). Next: vs. Northwestern, Saturday.
15 Colorado (3-0)
Beat Utah State 25-6. (See story on Page D4). Next: vs. Baylor, Saturday.
16 Arizona (2-0)
vs. Iowa (Late). Next: vs. San Diego State, Thursday.
17 Texas A&M (2-1)
Beat Southern Mississippi 24-6.
At Hattiesburg, Miss., Dante Hall scored two TDs for Texas A&M even though he didn't start because of back spasms. Next: vs. North Texas, Saturday.
18 USC (2-0)
vs. Oregon State (Late). Next: at No. 11 Florida State, Saturday.
19 West Virginia (1-1)
Beat Maryland 42-20.
At Morgantown, W.Va., Marc Bulger passed for 293 yards and three touchdowns and Amos Zereoue rushed for 135 yards and two scores to lead West Virginia over Maryland. Next: vs. Tulsa, Saturday.
20 North Carolina State (2-1)
Lost to Baylor (33-30).
At Waco, Texas, Baylor's James Calvin blocked Kent Passingham's 39-yard field goal attempt with four seconds left to shock the Wolfpack a week after N.C. State shocked then-No. 2 Florida State 24-7.
N.C. State trailed Baylor 26-0 at halftime before rallying. Jamie Barnette completed two fourth-down passes on the final drive to get the Wolfpack in position to force overtime, but Passingham's field goal attempt was blocked. Next: vs. No. 13 Syracuse, Oct. 1.
21 Missouri (2-1)
Lost to No. 1 Ohio State 35-14. (See above). Next: vs. Northwestern State, Oct. 3.
22 Oregon (3-0)
Beat San Jose State 58-3. (See WAC Roundup on Page D3). Next: vs. Stanford, Saturday.
23 Notre Dame (1-1)
Did not play. Next: vs. Purdue, Saturday.
24 Alabama (2-0)
Did not play. Next: at Arkansas, Saturday.
25 Mississippi State (2-0)
Lost to Oklahoma St. 42-23.
At Stillwater, Okla., Tony Lindsay ran for two touchdowns and threw for 201 yards as Oklahoma State beat Mississippi State Thursday. Next: at South Carolina, Saturday.