1Georgia (1-0)Next: vs. C. Michigan, Sat.
Beat Georgia Southern, 45-21
At Athens, Ga., Matthew Stafford threw for a career-high 275 yards with two touchdowns and Knowshon Moreno ran for three touchdowns.
2Ohio St. (1-0)Next: vs. Ohio, Sat.
Beat Youngstown St., 43-0
At Columbus, Ohio, Chris "Beanie" Wells ran for 111 yards, including a 43-yard touchdown run before leaving with a foot injury in the third quarter.
3So. Cal (1-0)Next: vs. No. 2 Ohio St., Sept. 13.
Beat Virginia, 52-7
At Charlottesville, Va., Mark Sanchez threw three touchdown passes just more than three weeks removed from a dislocated kneecap that kept him out of practice until this week.
4Oklahoma (1-0)Next: vs. Cincinnati, Sat.
Beat Chattanooga, 57-2
At Norman, Okla., the Sooners converted their first seven possessions into touchdowns and led 50-0 before a thunderstorm caused a lightning delay that extended halftime by 1 hour and 12 minutes.
5Florida (1-0)Next: vs. Miami, Sat.
Beat Hawaii, 56-10
At Gainesville, Fla., the Gators exploded with 56 points in a span of 26 1/2 minutes including Brandon James returning a punt 74 yards for a score.
6Missouri (1-0)Next: vs. SE Missouri Sat.
Beat No. 20 Illinois, 52-42
At St. Louis, Jeremy Maclin had a 99-yard kickoff return and 45-yard punt return before leaving in the fourth quarter with an ankle injury.
7LSU (1-0)Next: vs. Troy, Sat.
Beat Appalachian St., 41-13
See story, right.
8West Virginia (1-0)Next: at E. Carolina, Sat.
Beat Villanova, 48-21
At Morgantown, W.Va., Pat White set career highs with five touchdown passes and 208 passing yards to break Marc Bulger's school career record for total offense.
9Clemson (0-1)Next: vs. The Citadel, Sat.
Lost to No. 24 Alabama, 34-10
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10Auburn (1-0)Next: vs. Southern Miss, Sat.
Beat Louisiana-Monroe, 34-0
At Auburn, Ala., Robert Dunn added a 66-yard punt return for a TD in the first quarter ending the nation's longest drought of 144 games, and 12 years streak without scoring on a punt return.
11Texas (1-0)Next: at UTEP, Sat.
Beat Florida Atlantic, 52-10
At Austin, Texas, Colt McCoy passed for three touchdowns and ran for another in a game that got testy at times when the Owls popped McCoy for three late hits.
12Texas Tech (1-0)Next: at Nevada, Sat.
Beat Eastern Washington, 49-24
At Lubbock, Texas, Graham Harrell threw for 536 yards and two touchdowns and also ran for another score.
13Wisconsin (1-0)Next: vs. Marshall, Sat.
Beat Akron, 38-17
At Madison, Wis., P.J. Hill rambled for 108 yards and a touchdown in the first quarter, on his way to 210 yards and two scores for the day.
14Kansas (1-0)Next: vs. Louisiana Tech, Sat.
Beat Florida International, 40-10
At Lawrence, Kan., Todd Reesing threw three touchdown passes to Dezmon Briscoe as the Jayhawks rolled before a record-breaking home crowd.
15Arizona St. (1-0)Next: vs. Stanford, Sat.
Beat Northern Arizona, 30-13
At Tempe, Ariz., Rudy Carpenter threw for 388 yards.
16BYU (1-0)Next: at Washington, Sat.
Beat Northern Iowa, 41-17
See story, D1.
17Virginia Tech (0-1)Next: vs. Furman, Sat.
Lost to East Carolina, 27-22
At Charlotte, N.C., T.J. Lee blocked a punt and returned it 27 yards for a touchdown with 1:52 left as the Pirates gave the Hokies a taste of their own medicine.
18Tennessee (0-0)Next: vs. UAB, Sept. 13.
At UCLA, Monday
19South Florida (1-0)Next: at UCF, Sat.
Beat Tennessee-Martin, 56-7
At Tampa, Fla., Matt Grothe threw for two first-half touchdowns and the Bulls scored on their first four possessions.
20Illinois (0-1)Next: vs. Eastern Illinois, Sat.
Lost to No. 6 Missouri, 52-42
At St. Louis, Juice Williams was 28-for-42 for 456 yards for the Illini.
21Oregon (1-0)Next: vs. Utah St., Sat.
Beat Washington, 44-10
At Eugene, Ore., Jeremiah Masoli threw two touchdowns.
22Penn St. (1-0)Next: vs. Oregon St., Sat.
Beat Coastal Carolina, 66-10
At State College, Pa., Derrick Williams had an 89-yard kickoff return.
23Wake Forest (1-0)Next: vs. Ole Miss, Sat.
Beat Baylor, 41-13, Thursday
24Alabama (1-0)Next: vs. Tulane, Sat.
Beat No. 9 Clemson 34-10
See story, right
25Pittsburgh (0-1)Next: vs. Buffalo, Sat.
Lost to Bowling Green, 27-17
At Pittsburgh, Bowling Green rallied from a 14-0 deficit.