How the AP Top 25 fared

November 15, 2009

Florida (10-0) won 24-14 at South CarolinaGators finished 1st 8-0 SEC season since Steve Spurrier's '96 national champs.

Next game: vs. Florida International, SaturdayTexas (10-0) won 47-14 at BaylorLonghorns led 40-0 at half for 9th straight 10-win year, 2nd to FSU's 14 ('87-00).

Next game: vs. Kansas, SaturdayAlabama (10-0) won 31-3 at Mississippi StateGreg McElroy threw 2 long TD passes, Mark Barron made 5th, 6th INTs of season.

Next game: vs. Chattanooga, SaturdayTCU (10-0) won 55-28 vs. No. 16 UtahHorned Frogs got 3 TDs in 2 1/2 -minute span of 2nd quarter for 12th straight win.

Next game: at Wyoming, SaturdayCincinnati (10-0) won 24-21 vs. West Virginia, FridayBearcats only FBS team not to lose a fumble before losing one vs. Mountaineers.

Next game: vs. Illinois, Nov. 27Boise State (10-0) won 63-25 vs. IdahoKellen Moore threw for 5 TDs, 4 to Austin Pettis; Titus Young had 100-yard KOR.

Next game: at Utah State, FridayGeorgia Tech (10-1) won 49-10 at DukeQB Josh Nesbitt accounted for 3 TDs as Yellow Jackets clinched ACC Coastal.

Next game: vs. Georgia, Nov. 28Pittsburgh (9-1) won 27-22 vs. Notre DameJonathan Baldwin had 2 spectacular catches as Panthers led by 18, then held on.

Next game: at West Virginia, Nov. 27LSU (8-2) won 24-16 vs. Louisiana TechKeiland Williams ran for 116 yards, 2 TDs to avoid 1st loss to Bulldogs since 1904.

Next game: at Mississippi, SaturdayOhio State (9-2) won 27-24 (OT) vs. No. 15 IowaDevin Barclay's 39-yard FG put Buckeyes in Rose Bowl for 1st time in 13 seasons.

Next game: at Michigan, SaturdayUSC (7-3) lost 55-21 vs. No. 25 StanfordMargin of defeat was Trojans' biggest since 51-0 loss to Notre Dame in 1966.

Next game: vs. UCLA, Nov. 28Miami (7-3) lost 33-24 at North CarolinaHeels scored TDs on 2 of Kendric Burney's 3 INTs; Casey Barth kicked 4 FGs.

Next game: vs. Duke, SaturdayHouston (8-2) lost 37-32 at Central FloridaKnights had ball for 39:30, held Cougars to 423 yards - 155 below their average.

Next game: vs. Memphis, SaturdayOregon (7-2) vs. Arizona State, lateRB LaGarrette Blount eligible to play for 1st time since suspension after opener.

Next game: at No. 18 Arizona, SaturdayIowa (9-2) lost 27-24 (OT) at No. 10 Ohio StateJames Vandenberg threw 3 INTs in 1st college start, including on 4th down in OT.

Next game: vs. Minnesota, SaturdayUtah (8-2) lost 55-28 at No. 4 TCUEddie Wide held to 25 yards on 14 carries after 6 straight 100-yard games.

Next game: vs. San Diego State, SaturdayOklahoma State (8-2) won 24-17 vs. Texas TechCowboys rushed for 207 yards, controlled ball for 22 minutes after halftime.

Next game: vs. Colorado, ThursdayArizona (6-3) lost 24-16 at CaliforniaNick Foles' illegal forward pass at Bears' 25 thwarted potential go-ahead drive.

Next game: vs. No. 14 Oregon, SaturdayPenn State (9-2) won 31-20 vs. IndianaNavorro Bowman had 73-yard INT return for TD to help overcome 4 1st-half TOs.

Next game: at Michigan State, SaturdayVirginia Tech (7-3) won 36-9 at MarylandHokies have outscored Terrapins 142-37 in 4 victories since joining ACC in 2004.

Next game: vs. N.C. State, SaturdayWisconsin (8-2) won 45-24 vs. MichiganScott Tolzien threw for 4 TDs, ran for 1; Badgers scored most ever vs. Wolverines.

Next game: at Northwestern, SaturdayBYU (8-2) won 24-19 at New MexicoMax Hall matched Ty Detmer's school record with 29th win; Cougars 6-0 on road.

Next game: vs. Air Force, SaturdaySouth Florida (6-3) lost 31-0 at Rutgers, ThursdayBulls had 4 turnovers, allowed 7 sacks in program's 1st regular-season shutout.

Next game: vs. Louisville, SaturdayClemson (7-3) won 43-23 at N.C. StateTigers scored 38-plus for 5th straight game; 1 win from clinching ACC Atlantic.

Next game: vs. Virginia, SaturdayStanford (7-3) won 55-21 at No. 11 USCRichard Sherman's 42-yard INT return part of 27-point 4th quarter for Cardinal.

Next game: vs. California, Saturday

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