1 LSU (6-1)Next: vs. No. 22 Auburn, Sat.

Lost to No. 17 Kentucky 43-37 (3OT)

2 California (5-1)Next: at UCLA, Sat.

Lost to Oregon St. 31-28

3 Ohio St. (7-0)Next: vs. Michigan St., Sat.

Beat Kent St. 48-3

At Columbus, Ohio, Brian Hartline returned a punt a school-record 90 yards and Donald Washington brought back an interception 70 yards.

4 Boston C. (7-0)Next: at No. 12 Va. Tech, Oct. 25.

Beat Notre Dame 27-14

At South Bend, Ind., Matt Ryan threw for 291 yards and two touchdowns and Andre Callender scored three times.

5 South Florida (6-0)Next: at Rutgers, Thur.

Beat UCF 64-12

At Tampa, Fla., George Selvie compiled three more tackles for losses, giving him a school single-season record 20 1/2 in six games, with one sack, bringing his total to 11 1/2, and also forced a fumble that led to Matt Grothe's first TD.

6 Oklahoma (6-1)Next: at Iowa St., Sat.

Beat No. 11 Missouri 41-31

7 South Carolina (6-1)Next: vs. Vanderbilt, Sat.

Beat North Carolina 21-15

At Chapel Hill, N.C., Chris Smelley threw a career-high three touchdown passes in the first half and the Gamecocks withstood a late rally as Kenny McKinley deflected Tar Heel QB T.J. Yates' last pass at the 1-yard line.

8 West Virginia (5-1)Next: vs. Miss. St., Sat.

Did not play

9 Oregon (5-1)Next: at Washington, Sat.

Beat Washington St. 53-7

At Eugene, Ore., Dennis Dixon threw for 287 yards and three touchdowns and handed Washington State its fourth straight loss.

10 Southern Cal (5-1)Next: at Notre Dame, Sat.

Beat Arizona 20-13

At Los Angeles, Mark Sanchez threw a 25-yard scoring pass to Fred Davis with 10:47 remaining on the first play after Joe McKnight electrified the crowd with a 45-yard punt return, giving the Trojans a 17-13 lead.

11 Missouri (5-1)Next: vs. Texas Tech, Sat.

Lost to No. 6 Oklahoma 41-31

12 Va. Tech (6-1)Next: vs. No. 4 B.C., Oct. 25.

Beat Duke 43-14

At Durham, N.C., Sean Glennon threw for 258 yards and two touchdowns in relief of injured Tyrod Taylor as the Blue Devils have lost seven straight to the Hokies.

13 Florida (4-2)Next: at No. 17 Kentucky, Sat.

Did not play

14 Arizona St. (7-0)Next: vs. No. 2 Cal, Oct. 27.

Beat Washington 44-20

At Tempe, Ariz., the Sun Devils stormed back behind a 76-yard touchdown run by Keegan Herring.

15 Cincinnati (6-1)Next: at Pittsburgh, Sat.

Lost to Louisville 28-24

16 Hawaii (7-0)Next: vs. NMSU, Oct. 27.

Beat San Jose St. 42-35 (OT), Friday

17 Kentucky (6-1)Next: vs. No. 13 Florida, Sat.

Beat No. 1 LSU 43-37 (3OT)

18 Illinois (5-2)Next: vs. Michigan, Sat.

Lost to Iowa 10-6

19 Wisconsin (5-2)Next: vs. N. Illinois, Sat.

Lost to Penn St. 38-7

At State College, Pa., P.J. Hill had 19 carries and ran for a touchdown but was held to 75 yards rushing on the afternoon, 50 below his season average, and he fumbled on the Wisconsin 16 after being hit by defensive end Josh Gaines on the first play.

20 Kansas (6-0)Next: at Colorado, Sat.

Beat Baylor 58-10

At Lawrence, Kan., Todd Reesing threw two touchdown passes as Kansas earned its first 6-0 record since the 1995 team started 7-0 and avenged one of its most embarrassing losses of 2006, when the Bears came back from an 18-point deficit.

21 Florida St. (4-2)Next: vs. Miami, Sat.

Lost to Wake Forest 24-21, Thursday

22 Auburn (4-2)Next: at No. 1 LSU, Sat.

Beat Arkansas 9-7

At Fayetteville, Ark., Wes Byrum kicked his second game-winning field goal in three weeks, this one from 20 yards with 21 seconds remaining.

23 Texas (5-2)Next: at Baylor, Sat.

Beat Iowa St. 56-3

At Ames, Iowa, Colt McCoy threw four touchdown passes and ran for another as the Longhorns bounced back from their first 0-2 conference start in 51 years.

24 Georgia (5-2)Next: vs. No. 13 Florida, Oct. 27.

Beat Vanderbilt 20-17

At Nashville, Tenn., Brandon Coutu kicked a 37-yard field goal as time expired to help the Bulldogs overcome a 10-point halftime deficit.

25 Tennessee (5-2)Next: at Alabama, Sat.

Beat Mississippi St. 33-21

At Starkville, Miss., Eric Ainge threw for 259 yards and two touchdown passes and Lucas Taylor had career highs of 11 catches for 186 yards.