College Sports

The Associated Press top 25 ROUNDUP

No. 1 Florida (2-0) beat Troy, 56-6.

Tim Tebow tied his career high with four touchdown passes and ran for another score to lead the Gators. He passed for 237 yards and ran for 71 yards.

No. 2 Texas (2-0) beat Wyoming, 41-10.

Texas overcame poor special teams play and a bad first half to secure its 15th straight non-conference win, tying a school record established in the 1940s.

No. 3 Southern Cal (2-0) beat No. 8 Ohio State, 18-5.

No. 4 Alabama (2-0) beat Florida International, 40-14.

Greg McElroy completed a school-record 14 straight passes, and Trent Richardson rushed for a pair of second-half touchdowns as Alabama pulled away.

No. 5 Oklahoma State (1-1) lost to Houston, 45-35.

Case Keenum threw for 366 yards and three TDs, and Bryce Beall caught the go-ahead 6-yard TD off a batted ball as Houston spoiled Oklahoma State's first game since 1985 as a Top 5 team.

No. 6 Mississippi (1-0) did not play.

No. 7 Penn State (2-0) beat Syracuse, 28-7.

Evan Royster ran for a TD and caught another, and Penn State contained Syracuse QB Greg Paulus, the former Duke basketball player (14 of 20, 105 yards, one TD and two interceptions).

No. 8 Ohio State (1-1) lost to No. 3 Southern Cal, 18-15.

No. 9 BYU (2-0) beat Tulane, 54-3.

Max Hall threw for 309 yards and two touchdowns, Bryan Kariya scored twice, and Brigham Young overcame a sluggish start after last week's big win over then-No. 3 Oklahoma.

No. 10 California (2-0) beat Eastern Washington, 59-7.

No. 11 LSU (2-0) beat Vanderbilt, 23-9.

Keiland Williams rushed for 72 yards and LSU’s only two touchdowns in a rain-soaked victory over scrappy Vanderbilt.

No. 12 Boise State (2-0) beat Miami (Ohio), 48-0.

No. 13 Oklahoma (1-1) beat Idaho State, 64-0.

No. 14 Virginia Tech (1-1) beat Marshall, 52-10.

Freshman Ryan Williams ran for 164 yards and three TDs, and Virginia Tech more than tripled its offensive production from last week's loss to Alabama.

No. 15 Georgia Tech (2-0) beat Clemson, 30-27, Thursday.

No. 16 TCU (1-0) beat Virginia, 30-14.

TCU held Virginia’s new spread offense to seven first downs, and the Horned Frogs breezed in their season opener.

No. 17 Utah (1-0) at San Jose State, late

No. 18 Notre Dame (1-1) lost to Michigan, 38-34.

Tate Forcier threw a 5-yard TD pass to Greg Mathews with 11 seconds to go, lifting Michigan to the upset. Forcier, a freshman, also had a 31-yard TD run during the fourth quarter. Jimmy Clausen threw three TD passes for the Irish.

No. 19 North Carolina (2-0) beat Connecticut, 12-10.

Connecticut’s Dan Ryan was called for holding in the end zone with 1:32 to play, giving UNC a safety and a comeback win after trailing 10-0 in the fourth quarter.

No. 20 Miami (1-0) did not play.

No. 21 Georgia (1-1) beat South Carolina, 41-37.

LB Rennie Curran broke up a fourth-down pass at the goal line with 27 seconds remaining as Georgia held on for a wild win.

No. 22 Nebraska (2-0) beat Arkansas State, 38-9.

Zac Lee passed for 340 yards and four touchdowns to lead Nebraska, which scored on five of its first six possessions.

No. 23 Cincinnati (2-0) beat Southeast Missouri, 70-3.

Cincinnati's Mardy Gilyard scored four TDs on a punt return, a run and two catches

No. 24 Kansas (2-0) beat UTEP, 34-7.

Jake Sharp ran for 104 yards and three touchdowns, and Todd Reesing passed for 260 yards to lead Kansas to the victory.

No. 25 Missouri (2-0) beat Bowling Green, 27-20.

Derrick Washington scored the go-ahead TD late in the fourth quarter, helping Missouri rally.