Auburn 16, 10. South Carolina 13
The Tigers and Game Cocks exchanged scores in the first quarter, but a 1-yard run by Michael Dyer gave Auburn a 9-6 Halftime lead. Marcus Lattimore’s 15-yard run gave South Carolina the lead back, but for the most part he was pretty ineffective only rushing for 66 yards. With a minute and a half left in the game, Auburn drove down the field and completed the upset with a 9-yard pass from Barrett Trotter to Philip Lutzenkirchen. Stephen Garcia earned his self a seat next week after throwing 2 interceptions in the loss. South Carolina hosts Kentucky this week.
7. Wisconsin 48, 8. Nebraska 17
The Corn Huskers got a very rude introduction to the Big Ten Saturday Night in Madison. The combination of Russell Wilson and Montee Ball destroyed Nebraska to the tune of 486 total yards. Wilson continued to be effective through the air throwing for 255 yards and 2 touchdowns, while Ball ran for 151 yards and 4 scores. The Badgers have the week off before hosting Indiana next week, and Nebraska hosts Ohio State in prime time.
6. Stanford 45, UCLA 19
The Bruins were just another stepping stone on the path to the Heisman for Andrew Luck. He threw for 227 yards and 2 touchdowns in a rout of UCLA. The Cardinals will host Colorado this week.
5. Oklahoma State
4. Boise State 30, Nevada 10
The Wolf Pack did a tremendous job to contain Kellen Moore but the Broncos still found a way to win. Moore only threw for 142 yards but found the end zone twice. While the passing game struggled, Doug Martin demolished Nevada for 126 yards and 2 touchdowns. The Broncos travel to Fresno State for a Friday night affair this week.
3. Alabama 38, Florida 10
Gator was on the menu at the Trent Richardson Show this week. He ran for 181 yards and 2 touchdowns as Florida was blown away by the Crimson Tide. The Alabama defense suffocated the Gator offense, allowing 15 rushing yards and forcing two turnovers. Alabama hosts Vanderbilt this week.
2. Oklahoma 62, Ball State 6
The Cardinals defense was decimated by Landry Jones and Ryan Broyles Saturday night. Jones threw for 425 yards and connected with Ryan Broyles for 2 scores. The Sooners will be tested this weekend as they battle Texas in the Red River Rivalry.
1. LSU 35, Kentucky 7
The Tigers manhandled Kentucky for 348 yards, in a game that was 28-0 at halftime. Jordan Jefferson returned from his suspension with a 1-yard touchdown run to get LSU on the board. Lee threw for 169 yards and the combination of Alfred Blue and Terrence Magee ran for 110 yards and 2 touchdowns. The Tigers host Florida this week in Death Valley.