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Associated Press top 25 ROUNDUP

No. 1 Florida (4-0) beats Kentucky, 4l-7.

The Gators won, but also lost quarterback Tim Tebow to an apparent head and neck injury. Tebow, who had run for 123 yards and two touchdowns and passed for 103 yards and a score, was taken by ambulance to a hospital after a hard sack in the third quarter.

No. 2 Texas (3-0) beats UTEP, 64-7.

Colt McCoy and the Longhorns got off to a fast start, rolling to a 47-7 lead by halftime. McCoy passed for 286 yards and three touchdowns.

No. 3 Alabama (4-0) beats Arkansas, 35-7.

Greg McElroy passed for a career-high 291 yards and three touchdowns, and the Crimson Tide opened Southeastern Conference play with an easy win.

No. 4 Mississippi (2-1) lost to South Carolina, 16-10, Thursday.

No. 5 Penn State (4-0) loses to Iowa, 21-10.

Adrian Clayborn returned a block punt for a touchdown, and the Hawkeyes scored a second straight upset of the Nittany Lions.

No. 6 California loses to Oregon, 42-3.

No. 7 LSU (4-0) beats Mississippi State, 30-26.

The Tigers stuffed the Bulldogs at the goal line in the final two minutes to preserve its 10th straight victory against MSU.

No. 8 Boise State (4-0) beats Bowling Green, 49-14.

Kellen Moore was nearly flawless, throwing for 247 yards and two touchdowns, and the Broncos’ first six scoring drives took no more than four plays each in beating the Falcons.

No. 9 Miami (2-1) loses to No. 11 Virginia Tech, 31-7.

In a downpour, the Hokies harassed Hurricanes’ quarterback Jacory Harris all day – including a sack and fumble on the fifth play that led to a Tech touchdown.

No. 10 Oklahoma (2-1) did not play.

No. 12 Southern California (2-1) vs. Washington State, late.

No. 13 Ohio State (3-1) beats Illinois, 30-0.

Dan Herron had two scores, and the Buckeyes got a second straight shutout for the first time in 13 years, in their Big Ten opener.

No. 14 Cincinnati (4-0) beats Fresno State, 28-20.

Tony Pike threw three touchdown passes, and the Bearcats held on against a Fresno State team that rushed for 290 yards.

No. 15 TCU (3-0) beats Clemson, 14-10.

Andy Dalton threw two scoring passes, and the Horned Frogs – who trailed 10-7 entering the fourth quarter – held the Tigers to 125 yards in the second half.

No. 16 Oklahoma State (3-1) beats Grambling State, 56-6.

All-America receiver Dez Bryant and all-Big 12 tailback Kendall Hunter watched from the sideline as the Cowboys roughed up the FCS Tigers.

No. 17 Houston (2-0) vs. Texas Tech, late.

No. 18 Florida State (2-2) loses to South Florida, 17-7.

Bulls redshirt freshman B.J. Daniels ran for 126 yards and threw two touchdown passes against the Seminoles, who lost four fumbles.

No. 19 BYU (3-1) beat Colorado State, 42-23.

The Cougars converted two interceptions and a blocked punt into scores in their Mountain West Conference opener.

No. 20 Kansas (4-0) beats Southern Mississippi, 35-28.

Todd Reesing threw for 331 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Jayhawks past the Eagles.

No. 21 Georgia (3-1) beats Arizona State, 20-17.

No. 22 North Carolina (3-1) loses to Georgia Tech, 24-7.

Quarterback Josh Nesbitt ran for two touchdowns, and the Yellow Jackets’ new 4-3 defense held the Tar Heels to 154 yards .

No. 23 Michigan (4-0) beats Indiana, 36-33.

Tate Forcier’s 26-yard pass to Martavious Odoms with 2:29 left lifted the Wolverines in the Big Ten opener for both schools.

No. 24 Washington (2-2) loses to Stanford, 34-14.

No. 25 Nebraska (3-1) beats Louisiana-Lafayette, 55-0.

The Cornhuskers scored on their first five possessions against the Ragin’ Cajuns.

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