13. Ohio State (5-0) 
The Buckeyes held the Michigan State rushing game in check in a 17-16 win over the Spartans.
US PRESSWIREDeAndre Hopkins had a school-record 197 receiving yards in a win over BC.
14. Clemson (4-1) 
DeAndre Hopkins had a school-record 197 receiving yards as the Tigers beat Boston College 45-31.
15. Oklahoma (2-1) 
Landry Jones and the Sooners were off this past week and will travel to Texas Tech on Saturday.
16. USC (3-1) 
The Trojans were off this past weekend and will travel to Utah on Thursday.
17. Oregon State (3-0) 
Sean Mannion threw for a career-high 433 yards and hit Connor Hamlett on a 9-yard pass with just over a minute remaining as the Beavers beat Arizona 38-35.
18. Stanford (3-1) 
The Cardinal were held to 235 total yards in a 17-13 loss to Washington.
19. Louisville (5-0) 
The Cardinals are off to their best start since 2006 after beating Southern Miss 21-17.
20. Nebraska (4-1) 
Taylor Martinez led four straight scoring drives in the second half to lead the Cornhuskers' comeback from a 17-point deficit in a 30-27 win over Wisconsin.
21. Rutgers (4-0) 
The Scarlet Knights were off this past weekend and will host UConn on Saturday.
22. Northwestern (5-0) 
The Wildcats set a school mark with 704 yards of total offense in a 44-29 victory over Indiana.
23. Cincinnati (3-0) [NR]
Munchie Legaux hit Damon Julian for a 39-yard touchdown pass with 13 seconds to play to lead the Bearcats past Virginia Tech 27-24.
24. Ohio (5-0) 
Beau Blankenship carried 43 times for 269 yards and three touchdowns to lead unbeaten Ohio to a 37-34 victory over UMass.
25. Louisiana Tech (4-0) [NR]
Colby Cameron threw for one touchdown and ran for another, and Louisiana Tech scored 34 straight points to rally from an early deficit and beat Virginia 44-38.
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