13. Georgia (6-1) 
The Bulldogs used Aaron Murray’s 427 passing yards to slip by Kentucky 29-24.
14. Louisville (7-0) 
Teddy Bridgewater threw an 11-yard touchdown pass to Eli Rogers with 1:35 left, and the undefeated Cardinals edged South Florida 27-25 for their best start since 2006.
US PRESSWIREGary Nova and the Scarlet Knights remained unbeaten.
15. Rutgers (7-0) 
Gary Nova and the Scarlet Knights rallied past Temple in the second half for a 35-10 win.
16. Mississippi State (7-0) 
Tyler Russell threw three touchdown passes to help the Bulldogs pull away from Middle Tennessee.
17. South Carolina (6-2) 
The Gamecocks never looked ready to play in a road loss at Florida.
18. Stanford (5-2) 
Stepfan Taylor rushed for 189 yards and a touchdown to lead the Cardinal over California 21-3 for their third Big Game win in row.
19. Ohio (7-0) 
The Bobcats were off this weekend and will play Miami (OH) next week.
20. Boise State (6-1) 
Senior cornerbacks Jamar Taylor and Jerrell Gavins shut down UNLV’s receivers, accounting for two turnovers in a 32-7 rout.
21. Texas Tech (6-1) [NR]
The Red Raiders used Seth Doege’s career-best seven touchdown passes to top TCU 56-53 in the first league meeting between the teams since 1995.
22. Texas A&M (5-2) 
The Aggies could not get much offense going in the second half in their loss to LSU.
23. Michigan (5-2) 
The Wolverines slipped by Michigan State after hitting a last-minute field goal.
24. Northern Illinois (7-1) [NR]
Jordan Lynch threw two touchdown passes and rushed for two more as the Huskies routed Akron 37-7.
25. Louisiana Tech (6-1) [NR]
The Bulldogs amassed 839 yards of total offense en route to a 70-28 victory against Idaho.
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