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No. 3 Penn St. 13, No. 10 Ohio St. 6

Pat Devlin replaced injured quarterback Daryll Clark in the fourth and led two scoring drives for the visiting Nittany Lions. "We weren't missing a beat at all," Penn State receiver Derrick Williams said. "We believed in him." Devlin capped the first by scoring on a sneak to put Penn State up 10-6. Later, he sneaked for a first down on a drive capped by Kevin Kelly's 35-yard field goal with 1:07 left. "Penn State played hard and didn't make a bunch of mistakes," Buckeyes coach Jim Tressel said.

No. 4 Oklahoma 58, Kansas State 35

Ryan Broyles' 68-yard punt return capped the visiting Sooners' 55-point first half, a school record. They blew a 28-7 lead but replaced it with a 55-28 lead. "It was like a video game," Broyles said.

No. 15 TCU 54, Wyoming 7

The host Frogs have outscored opponents 140-28 in a four-game win streak. There was no letdown after a 32-7 win over BYU. On its fourth play, Andy Dalton hit Jimmy Young for a 60-yard touchdown. "Coach made sure we forgot about BYU quickly," Young said.

No. 16 Missouri 58, Colorado 0

The host Tigers handed the Buffaloes their first shutout since Nov. 12, 1988. Coming off losses to Oklahoma State and Texas, they scored on six of seven series to lead 34-0 at halftime. "Those two weeks felt like two years," defensive tackle Jaron Baston said.

No. 18 BYU 42, UNLV 35

Andrew Rich intercepted a pass in the end zone on the final play for the host Cougars. The Rebels, who gained 463 yards, reached the BYU 14. Then came a sack and the interception. "Even though it took quite a while," BYU coach Bronco Mendenhall said, "eventually (the defense) did hold."

No. 20 Ball State 38, Eastern Michigan 16

Nate Davis caught a touchdown and threw two for the host Cardinals, whose 8-0 start is their best in 43 years. "(Davis is) a pretty doggone good athlete overall," Cardinals coach Brady Hoke said.

No. 25 Minnesota 17, Purdue 6

The visiting Gophers held the Boilermakers to 109 passing yards, their fewest in coach Joe Tiller's 12 seasons. "It's really different ... from last year," said safety Kyle Theret, a freshman on last season's 1-11 team. "We weren't even close to shutting down people to six points, no touchdowns."

Around the nation

Notre Dame 33, Wash. 7: James Aldridge ran for a career-high two touchdowns for the Irish. Washington and North Texas are the only winless I-A teams.

Michigan St. 35, Michigan 21: Javon Ringer ran for 194 yards and two scores in the Spartans' first win at Ann Arbor since 1990.

Indiana 21, N'western 19: The host Hoosiers recovered three fumbles and had two interceptions to end a five-game skid.

Wisconsin 27, Illinois 17:Dustin Sherer threw touchdowns of 47 and 8 yards to David Gilreath and ran for one for the host Badgers.