Chad Henne threw two touchdowns and Jerome Jackson's one-yard dive in overtime lifted Michigan to a 23-20 victory over host Iowa, giving Coach Lloyd Carr his 100th career victory and snapping the Hawkeyes' 22-game home winning streak.

The win also gave the Wolverines (5-3, 3-2 Big Ten) back-to-back wins for the first time this season -- the longest it has taken them to win two straight in any season since 1967 -- and kept Michigan's Big Ten title hopes alive.

Iowa (5-3, 3-2) scored first in overtime when Kyle Schlicher kicked a 28-yard field goal, his second of the game. Schlicher's first kick, a 32-yarder with two seconds left in regulation, sent the game into overtime.

* SOUTH CAROLINA 35, VANDERBILT 28: Sidney Rice's third touchdown catch -- a three-yard reception with 1 minute 41 seconds to go -- lifted the Gamecocks (4-3, 2-3 Southeastern Conference) and made Coach Steve Spurrier a perfect 13-0 in his career against the Commodores.

Vanderbilt (4-4, 2-3) drove to the Gamecocks 30-yard line with 20 seconds to go. But Jay Cutler, who finished with a career-high 339 yards passing, threw four straight incompletions and the Commodores lost their sixth straight to South Carolina.

* WAKE FOREST 27, N.C. STATE 19: Josh Gattis and Alphonso Smith returned interceptions for touchdowns to lead the Demon Deacons at home. In the last two weeks, the Wake Forest defense has forced eight turnovers, three of them for scores. The turnovers yesterday helped the Demon Deacons (3-5, 2-3 ACC) snap a two-game losing streak.

* OKLAHOMA 37, BAYLOR 30: In Norman, Okla., Rhett Bomar threw a 21-yard touchdown pass to Juaquin Iglesias in the second overtime to maintain the Sooners' perfect record in the series. The win moved the Sooners (4-3, 3-1 Big 12) above .500 for the first time this season and continued an undefeated streak against Baylor (4-3, 1-3), which has lost all 15 games against Oklahoma in a series dating from 1901.

* STANFORD 45, ARIZONA STATE 35: Trent Edwards passed for career highs of 303 yards and three touchdowns, and the Cardinal scored 38 consecutive points in Coach Walt Harris's first home victory. Mark Bradford caught nine passes for 185 yards, including two touchdown passes in the second quarter while Stanford (4-2, 3-1 Pacific-10) pulled away from the Sun Devils (3-4, 1-3) for its third straight win.

* ARMY 20, AKRON 0: Carlton Jones ran for 162 yards to pass legendary Glenn Davis on the Black Knights' career rushing list and visiting Army snapped an 11-game losing streak. The senior running back carried a career-high 38 times, scored two touchdowns and moved into second place with 3,065 yards rushing at West Point, behind only Mike Mayweather (4,299 yards from 1987 to '90).

* MISSOURI 41, NEBRASKA 24: Brad Smith set a school record with 480 yards of total offense, ran for three scores and threw for another, as the Tigers (5-2, 3-1 Big 12) squandered an 18-point first-quarter lead but hung on to win at home. Smith had 246 yards rushing on 28 carries and was 21 for 36 for 234 yards passing for Missouri.

* TEXAS A&M 30, KANSAS STATE 28: Reggie McNeal ran for 119 yards and one touchdown and threw for another score, and the Aggies held on to win in Manhattan, Kan. McNeal ran 26 yards for a touchdown on A&M's first official snap.

He put the Aggies up 23-8 with a five-yard pass to Chad Schroeder late in the third quarter, before Kansas State mounted a comeback that ultimately fell short.

* PITTSBURGH 34, SYRACUSE 17: In Pittsburgh, Tyler Palko ran for two touchdowns and threw for another in the Panthers' second comeback victory in as many games.

A week after falling behind South Florida by 10 points before winning, 31-17, Pitt (4-4, 3-1 Big East) trailed 17-7 in a turnover-filled first half before scoring 27 consecutive points.

* IOWA STATE 37, OKLAHOMA STATE 10: Bret Meyer passed for one touchdown and scored another to help the Cyclones win in Ames, Iowa. Bret Culbertson kicked three field goals for Iowa State (4-3, 1-3 Big 12), which cured most of its turnover problems and shut down the Cowboys after falling behind 10-7 in the first quarter.

* HOUSTON 28, MISSISSIPPI STATE 16: Jackie Battle ran for two touchdowns and the Cougars (4-3) won on the road despite a school-record 257 yards rushing from the Bulldogs' Jerious Norwood.

* CLEMSON 37, TEMPLE 7: Charlie Whitehurst threw for 307 yards and two touchdowns, and Reggie Merriweather ran for 108 yards and another score to lead the Tigers (4-3) at home.

* LOUISVILLE 46, CINCINNATI 22: Brian Brohm led the Cardinals (5-2, 1-2 Big East) on a 98-yard touchdown drive after a goal-line stand, sparking Louisville in Cincinnati.

* MISSISSIPPI 13, KENTUCKY 7: Micheal Spurlock passed for 198 yards and a touchdown to lead the Rebels (3-4, 1-3 SEC) in Oxford, Miss.

* RUTGERS 26, CONNECTICUT 24: The Scarlet Knights (5-2, 3-1 Big East) snapped a three-game losing streak to the host Huskies behind running back Ray Rice, who rushed for a career-high 217 yards.

* COLORADO STATE 39, WYOMING 31: Justin Holland threw for a career-high 419 yards and four touchdowns to lead the Rams (4-3) at home.

* COLORADO 44, KANSAS 13: Joel Klatt threw four touchdown passes to become the Buffalos' all-time leader in the category, leading Colorado (5-2, 3-1 Big 12) at home.