1Southern Cal (2-0)Next: at Oregon St., Sept. 25.

Beat No. 5 Ohio St., 35-3

See story, right

2Georgia (3-0)Next: at No. 15 Arizona St., Sat.

Beat South Carolina, 14-7

At Columbia, S.C., Knowshon Moreno's sliding 4-yard touchdown run in the third quarter lifted the Bulldogs and Reshad Jones sealed the victory, intercepting South Carolina's Chris Smelley's pass with 13 seconds left inside the Georgia 10.

3Oklahoma (3-0)Next: vs. TCU, Sept. 27.

Beat Washington, 55-14

At Seattle, armed with Sam Bradford's six touchdowns, one on the ground, the Sooners made sure Pac-10 officials had no say in this one as the Huskies suffered their largest margin of defeat at home since 1929, when it lost 48-0 to Southern California.

4Florida (2-0)Next: at Tennessee, Sat.

Did not play

5Ohio St. (2-1)Next: vs. Troy, Sat.

Lost to No. 1 Southern Cal, 35-3

See story, right

6Missouri (3-0)Next: vs. Buffalo, Sat.

Beat Nevada, 69-17

At Columbia, Mo., Chase Daniel threw for 405 yards to set the school career passing record at 9,513 yards as the Tigers scored on their first 10 possessions.

7LSU (2-0)Next: at No. 9 Auburn, Sat.

Beat North Texas, 41-3

At Baton Rouge, La., Charles Scott ran for touchdowns of 39 and 43 yards, Trindon Holliday scored on a 92-yard punt return.

8Texas (2-0)Next: vs. Rice, Sat.

vs. Arkansas, postponed to Sept. 27

9Auburn (3-0)Next: vs. No. 7 LSU, Sat.

Beat Mississippi St., 3-2

See story, right

10Wisconsin (2-0)Next: at Michigan, Sept. 27.

at No. 21 Fresno St., late

11Alabama (3-0)Next: at Arkansas, Sat.

Beat Western Kentucky, 41-7

At Tuscaloosa, Ala., John Parker Wilson passed for 215 yards and two touchdowns, setting a school record for total offense and moving up to No. 2 in passing yards at Alabama while freshman Mark Ingram ran for two scores.

12Texas Tech (3-0)Next: vs. UMass, Sat.

Beat SMU, 43-7

At Lubbock, Texas, coming off his worst game in two years in last week's 35-19 win over Nevada, Graham Harrell threw for 418 yards and five touchdowns while the Mustangs threw five picks.

13Kansas (2-1)Next: vs. Sam Houston St., Sat.

Lost to No. 19 South Florida, 37-34, Friday

14East Carolina (3-0)Next: at N.C. St., Sat.

Beat Tulane, 28-24

At New Orleans, Patrick Pinkney threw a 24-yard touchdown pass to Jamar Bryant with 1:41 left and Pierre Bell intercepted a Green Wave pass with 28 seconds left as the Pirates overcame four turnovers.

15Arizona St. (2-1)Next: vs. No. 1 Georgia, Sat.

Lost to UNLV, 23-20, OT

At Tempe, Ariz., Kyle Watson nailed a 20-yard field goal in overtime.

16Oregon (3-0)Next: vs. Boise St., Sat.

Beat Purdue, 32-26, 2OT

At West Lafayette, Ind., LaGarrette Blount ran 3 yards for a touchdown in the second overtime as the Ducks overcame four turnovers and a 20-3 deficit early in the second quarter and Purdue's Chris Summers missed a 44-yard field goal as time expired in regulation.

17Penn St. (3-0)Next: vs. Temple, Sat.

Beat Syracuse, 55-13

At Syracuse, N.Y., the Nittany Lions outgained Syracuse 393-42 in the first half as Penn State has scored at least 35 points in the opening half of all three of its games for the first time since 1994.

18BYU (3-0)Next: vs. Wyoming, Sat.

Beat UCLA, 59-0

See story, D1

19South Florida (3-0)Next: at Fla. Int'l, Sat.

Beat No. 13 Kansas 37-34, Friday

20Wake Forest (2-0)Next: at Florida St., Sat.

Did not play

21Fresno St. (1-0)Next: at Toledo, Sat.

vs. No. 10 Wisconsin, late

22Utah (3-0)Next: at Air Force, Sat.

Beat Utah St., 58-10

See story, D1

23California (2-1)Next: vs. Colo. St., Sept. 27.

Lost to Maryland, 35-27

At College Park, Md., coming off a 10-point loss to Middle Tennessee St., the Terrapins took advantage of the sleepy Golden Bears as Da'Rel Scott ran for 87 yards and two touchdowns before leaving with a shoulder injury, but California pulled close with three touchdowns in the final seven minutes.

24Illinois (2-1)Next: at No. 17 Penn St., Sept. 27.

Beat Louisiana-Lafayette, 20-17

At Champaign, Ill., Daniel Dufrene had a career-high 126 yards rushing, but Ragin' Cajun quarterback Michael Desormeaux scored twice in the final six minutes and Garrett Edwards had to recover an onside kick with less than 20 seconds left to squelch the upset.

25West Virginia (1-1)Next: at Colo., Sept. 18.

Did not play