Michigan State quarterback Drew Stanton is facing a hefty dinner tab.

Stanton owes his offensive linemen a meal after setting a school record with 410 yards of total offense in yesterday's 51-17 win over No. 19 Minnesota in East Lansing, Mich.

"That's already planned," Stanton said of the upcoming dinner. "I'll get my piggy bank out, because I've got six hungry guys here."

The win kept bowl hopes alive for the resurgent Spartans (4-3, 3-1 Big Ten). The Golden Gophers (5-2, 2-2) have lost two straight.

Stanton passed for 308 yards and ran for 102 more. His yardage tops the previous school record of 393 set by Jeff Smoker against Fresno State in 2001.

Michigan State gained 407 yards in the first half, a school record, while taking a 31-10 lead. The Spartans finished with 636 yards of offense.

"We're putting up a lot of yards, and we've got good balance with the run and the pass," guard William Whitticker said.

The offense has clicked since Stanton entered the starting lineup four games ago. Stanton, a sophomore, was slowed early in the season because of a knee injury.

"He has all the confidence in the world, and we have the same in him on the field," center Chris Morris said.

The production came despite cold, rainy conditions with temperatures in the low forties at Spartan Stadium. The Spartans are 9-3 against ranked teams at home since 1998.

The Spartans rolled up 324 rushing yards. Jehuu Caulcrick had 94 yards and two touchdowns on 13 carries.

Stanton was 20 of 31 with three touchdowns, including two to tight end Eric Knott. Terry Love also caught a touchdown pass. Stanton threw two interceptions.

Minnesota couldn't get its running attack untracked, finishing with 102 yards. Laurence Maroney had 54 yards on 13 carries and Marion Barber III had 36 yards on eight carries.

Minnesota entered the game averaging 301 yards rushing per game, third-best in the nation behind Rice and Texas.

Minnesota quarterback Bryan Cupito was 11 of 33 for 211 yards, with two touchdowns and two interceptions.

"They took it to us, and it kind of turned into an embarrassment," Cupito said.

* IOWA 33, OHIO STATE 7: In Iowa City, Drew Tate passed for three touchdowns and ran for another to help the Hawkeyes saddle the 25th-ranked Buckeyes with their third straight loss.

Iowa (4-2, 2-1 Big Ten) held Ohio State to 27 yards rushing and 177 total yards in beating the Buckeyes for just the fourth time in 42 years.

Ohio State (3-3 overall) is 0-3 in the Big Ten for the first time since 1988 after its worst loss since a 46-20 setback to Illinois in 1999. Only a touchdown with 2 minutes 19 seconds remaining kept the Buckeyes from being shut out for the first time since 1993.

Tate finished 26 of 39 for 331 yards and no interceptions. After throwing for 340 yards against Michigan State in his previous game, Tate became just the third Iowa quarterback to top 300 in consecutive games.

Justin Zwick again was ineffective at quarterback for Ohio State, finishing 6 for 14 for 74 yards.

* OKLAHOMA 31, KANSAS ST. 21: Jason White threw for four touchdowns, two each to Travis Wilson and Mark Clayton, to lead the second-ranked Sooners past the Wildcats in Manhattan, Kan.

White finished 20 for 31 for 256 yards with one interception.

Adrian Peterson added 130 yards rushing -- 104 in the second half -- for Oklahoma (6-0, 3-0 Big 12). He is the only Oklahoma freshman to go over 100 yards in each of his first six games.

Kansas State, which beat Oklahoma, 35-7, for the Big 12 title a year ago, led three times but fell to 2-4 overall and 0-3 in the conference for the first time since 2001. Darren Sproles ran for just 34 yards but did tie Ell Roberson's Kansas State record for career touchdowns with first quarter score.

* CALIFORNIA 45, UCLA 28: Geoff McArthur caught two of Aaron Rodgers's career-high four touchdown passes, and the eighth-ranked Golden Bears (4-1, 2-1 Pacific-10) racked up 550 total yards against the visiting Bruins (4-2, 2-1).

J.J. Arrington ran for 205 yards and two scores for California. The game drew 69,898 fans, the largest Cal crowd for any game not featuring Stanford since 1991.

* FLORIDA 52, MIDDLE TENN. STATE 16: Chris Leak threw three touchdown passes, DeShawn Wynn scored three times and the No. 22 Gators rolled in Gainesville, Fla. Leak completed 17 of 22 passes for 316 yards for Florida (4-2).

* GEORGIA 33, VANDERBILT 3: David Greene passed for two touchdowns and ran for another, leading the No. 12 Bulldogs (5-1, 3-1 Southeastern Conference) in Athens, Ga. Georgia's freshman running backs both went over 100 yards, the first Bulldog pair to accomplish that feat in 12 years. Danny Ware rushed for 127 yards and Thomas Brown had 122, including a touchdown.

* AUBURN 38, ARKANSAS 20: Jason Campbell passed for a career-high 297 yards and three touchdowns to lead the No. 4 Tigers at home. With Campbell completing 17 of 19 passes, Auburn (7-0, 4-0 SEC) won its ninth straight game.

* TENNESSEE 21, MISSISSIPPI 17: Erik Ainge shook off a costly interception to hit Bret Smith with the winning touchdown with 6:58 to play for the 13th-ranked Volunteers in Oxford, Miss. Tennessee (5-1, 3-1 SEC) scored on its first two possessions but had to rally for its 11th straight victory over the Rebels (3-4, 2-2) after Bryan Brown intercepted an Ainge pass and returned it 34 yards for a score early in the fourth quarter.

It was the first meeting between the schools since 1997.

* TEXAS A&M 36, OKLAHOMA STATE 20: Reggie McNeal threw two touchdown passes and ran for two scores to help the 23rd-ranked Aggies knock off the No. 16 Cowboys in Stillwater, Okla. Texas A&M (5-1, 3-0 Big 12) bolted to a 20-0 lead as Oklahoma State (5-1, 2-1) committed costly penalties and turnovers.

* TEXAS 28, MISSOURI 20: Cedric Benson rushed for 150 yards and two touchdowns and the ninth-ranked Longhorns won in Austin. Texas (5-1, 2-1 Big 12) won despite more shaky play in the passing game as quarterbacks Vince Young and Chance Mock threw for just 58 yards and two interceptions. Missouri fell to 4-2, 2-1.

* MICHIGAN 30, ILLINOIS 19: Michael Hart rushed for 234 yards and the No. 14 Wolverines rallied from a halftime deficit to send the host Illini to their 12th consecutive Big Ten loss. Michigan (6-1, 4-0) won its fifth straight. Illinois fell to 3-4, 0-4.

* ALABAMA 27, SOUTHERN MISS. 3: Kenneth Darby rushed for 197 yards and scored two touchdowns as the Crimson Tide (5-2) knocked off the visiting No. 24 Golden Eagles (4-1) for its first win against a ranked opponent in nearly two years.

* BOISE STATE 45, TULSA 42: Antwaun Carter scored on a two-yard run with less than two minutes remaining, and Tyler Jones kicked a 46-yard field goal with three seconds left, rallying the No. 21 Broncos (6-0, 3-0 Western Athletic Conference) past the host Golden Hurricane (1-5, 0-2).

Kansas State's Jesse Tetuan (23) watches Wes Sims, left, and Mark Clayton celebrate Clayton's touchdown catch that put Oklahoma ahead to stay, 24-21.