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Buckeyes Roll Over Irish, 29-16
OSU's Pepe Pearson Ohio State's Dimitrious Stanley returned the opening kickoff 85 yards to the Notre Dame 13 yard-line and the Buckeyes rolled on from there convincingly beating the fifth-ranked Fighting Irish, 29-16 in South Bend. Pepe Pearson (pictured) ran for 165 yards and scored two touchdowns to lead Ohio State.



Hokies Win Streak Ends At 13
Syracuse's Donovan McNabb Tebucky Jones scored on a 23-yard run and Phil Nash returned a blocked punt for a score to key a 17-point, second-quarter run Saturday as Syracuse beat Virginia Tech 52-21 and ended the Hokies' 13-game winning streak. Syracuse quarterback Donovan McNabb (pictured) rebounded after two sub-par performances and completed 8 of 12 passes for 123 yards.



Penn State Holds Off Badgers, 23-20
Penn State's Curtis Enis Brett Conway's 25-yard field goal with 1:23 remaining lifted No. 3 Penn State past Wisconsin 23-20 Saturday as the Nittany Lions became the sixth school to win 700 games. Wisconsin placekicker John Hall's 58-yard field goal went wide as time expired. Wisconsin was the only team Penn State had not beaten since joining the Big 10 in 1993.



No. 1 Gators Rout Wildcats
Florida's Fred Weary Gets an INT The only thing Florida's defense didn't do was score a touchdown Saturday. Other than that, the No. 1 Gators dominated Kentucky in every aspect of the game, including the final score, 65-0. Florida's defense overwhelmed Kentucky Q.B. Tim Couch and Jacquez Green returned two punts for touchdowns Saturday to lead Florida. They kept the Wildcats from crossing midfield until the fourth quarter.



Nebraska Rebounds With 65-9 Win
Nebraska, coming off its first loss in over two years, returned to national championship form by defeating Colorado State 65-9 in Lincoln, Nebraska. Quarterback Scott Frost passed for two touchdowns and ran for another as the Huskers became the fifth major college to earn 700 victories. Ahman Green became the first Nebraska running back to rush for 100 yards this season, rolling up 163 yards on 22 carries.





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