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How AP top 25 fared

1 Alabama (2-0) beat W. Kentucky, 35-0

AJ McCarron 4 TD passes

2 USC (2-0) beat Syracuse, 42-29

Robert Woods 200 all-purpose yards

3 LSU (2-0) beat Washington, 41-3

Alfred Blue 14 carries, 101 yards, 1 TD

4 Oregon (2-0) beat Fresno State, 42-25

Kenjon Barner 34 carries, 201 yards, 3 TDs

5 Oklahoma (2-0) beat Florida A&M, 69-13

Damie Williams 10 carries, 156 yards, 4 TDs

6 Florida St. (2-0) beat Savannah St., 55-0

Allowed only 28 total yards

7 Georgia (2-0) won at Missouri, 41-20

Down 20-17 in 3rd, Dawgs got final 24 points

8 Arkansas (1-1) lost to La.-Monroe, 34-31

QB Tyler Wilson knocked out of game

9 S. Carolina (2-0) beat E. Carolina 48-10

Dylan Thompson 21-for-37, 330 yards, 3 TDs

9 West Virginia (1-0) did not play

Vs. James Madison in Landover, Saturday

11 Michigan St. (2-0) beat C. Michigan, 41-7

Le'Veon Bell 2 rushing TDs

12 Clemson (2-0) beat Ball State, 52-27

DeAndre Hopkins 6 catches, 105, 3 TDs

13 Wisconsin (1-1) lost at Oregon St., 10-7

Montee Ball 15 carries, 61 yards

14 Ohio State (2-0) beat C. Florida, 31-16

Braxton Miller 3 rushing TDs, 1 passing

15 Va. Tech (2-0) beat Austin Peay, 42-7

Michael Holmes 2 rushing TDs

16 Nebraska (1-1) lost at UCLA, 36-30

Taylor Martinez 92-yard TD run

17 Texas (2-0) beat New Mexico, 45-0

David Ash 16-for-22, 221 yards, 2 TDs

18 Oklahoma State (1-0) at Arizona, late

Cowboys host La.-Lafayette next Saturday

19 Michigan (1-1) beat Air Force, 31-25

Denard Robison TD runs of 79, 58

20 TCU (1-0) beat Grambling, 56-0

Casey Pachall 9-for-9, 201 yards, 3 TDs

21 Kansas St. (2-0) beat Miami, Fla., 52-13

Collin Klein 3 rushing TDs, 1 passing TD

22 Notre Dame (2-0) beat Purdue, 20-17

Bennett Jackson 2 interceptions.

23 Louisville (2-0) beat Missouri St., 35-7

Teddy Bridgewater 30-for-39, 344, 2 TDs

24 Florida (2-0) beat Texas A&M, 20-17

Mike Gillislee 14 carries, 83 yards, 2 TDs

25 Stanford (1-0) vs. Duke, late

Cardinal hosts USC next Saturday

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