NCAA: Wisconsin, LSU win big

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MADISON, Wis. - Wisconsin quarterback Russell Wilson threw for 166 yards and a touchdown, and added a rare touchdown pass reception, to lead the No.4-ranked Badgers to a 59-7 thrashing of Indiana in college football on Saturday.

Montee Ball rushed for 142 yards and three touchdowns while also delivering the 25-yard pass to Wilson. James White added 87 yards rushing and a touchdown, with Wilson also making 42 yards on the ground for Wisconsin, which improved its record to 6-0.

Wisconsin was playing without top wide receiver Nick Toon, who sat out with a left foot injury.

Stephen Houston had a 67-yard touchdown run for the struggling Hoosiers.

No. 1 Louisiana State 38, Tennessee 7

In Knoxville, Tennessee, Jarrett Lee threw two touchdown passes as Louisiana State crushed another Southeast Conference rival.

Spencer Ware caught one and ran for another score as LSU notched its seventh-straight double-digit win to open the season.

LSU again benefitted from being up against a backup quarterback, with Matt Simms standing in for injured Volunteers starter Tyler Bray. Simms was 6 of 20 for 128 yards and two interceptions.

No. 2 Alabama 52, Mississippi 7

In Oxford, Mississippi, Trent Richardson rushed for 183 yards and a career-high four touchdowns as the Crimson Tide notched its highest scoring SEC game since 1990.

Richardson put the Rebels away with an electric 76-yard run midway through the third quarter and now leads the nation with six straight 100-yard games. He's scored 16 touchdowns this season.

No. 3 Oklahoma 47, Kansas 17

In Lawrence, Kansas, Ryan Broyles became the college football's career receptions leader on a record-setting night for Oklahoma's All-America receiver.

Broyles finished with 13 catches for a school-record 217 yards, including a 57-yard touchdown grab midway through the second quarter. The catch broke former Purdue receiver Taylor Stubblefield's record of 316 receptions — Broyles finished the game with 326 in his career.

No. 5 Boise State 63, Colorado State 13

In Fort Collins, Colorado, Boise State routed Colorado State in their Mountain West Conference debut behind huge games from Kellen Moore, Doug Martin and Tyler Shoemaker.

Moore threw for 338 yards and four touchdowns on 26-of-30 passing, Martin ran 20 times for 200 yards and three scores, while Shoemaker caught nine passes for 180 yards and two TDs and added a 36-yard run on a fake punt that led to another score for the Broncos.

No. 6 Oklahoma State 38, No. 22 Texas 26

In Austin, Texas, Jeremy Smith ran for 140 yards and scored on two long touchdown runs as Oklahoma State won for the second straight season at Texas.

Smith went 30 and 74 yards for scores and Justin Gilbert returned the third quarter kickoff 100 yards for a touchdown. Gilbert tied the Oklahoma State school record for career kickoff TD returns with four.

Fozzy Whittaker had a 100-yard touchdown return on the ensuing kickoff for Texas, but the Longhorns never led and lost for the sixth time in their past 10 home games.

No. 7 Stanford 44, Washington State 14

In Pullman, Washington, Andrew Luck threw four touchdown passes, all in the second half, as Stanford extended the nation's longest winning streak to a school-record 14 games.

Stanford struggled against the Cougars defense before blowing the game open in the second half.

Luck completed 23 of 36 passes for 336 yards with one interception.

No. 8. Clemson 56, Maryland 45

In College Park, Maryland, Tajh Boyd threw four touchdown passes to help Clemson rally from an 18-point deficit to beat Maryland.

The Tigers trailed 28-10 late in the first half and 35-17 in the third quarter before storming back behind Boyd, who went 26 for 38 for 270 yards.

Sammy Watkins scored three touchdowns. He scored on an 89-yard kickoff return that put Clemson up 49-45 with 7:24 left. Watkins returned an earlier kickoff 70 yards, and his 345 all-purpose yards set a school record.

No. 9 Oregon 41, No. 18 Arizona State 27

In Eugene, Oregon, Darron Thomas threw for 187 yards and two touchdowns before he left with left leg injury and Oregon survived his absence.

It was the second straight game that the Ducks have lost a key player to injury. Running back LaMichael James dislocated his elbow in Oregon's last outing, a 43-15 win over California.

Kenjon Barner, who started in place of James, ran for 171 yards and a touchdown, while De'Anthony Thomas ran for 73 yards and two scores for Oregon.

Virginia 24, No. 12 Georgia Tech 21

In Charlottesville, Virginia, Perry Jones ran for 149 of Virginia's 272 yards on the ground as the Cavaliers beat Georgia Tech at its own game.

The Cavaliers sealed the victory by holding onto the ball for the final 6 minutes, making five first downs to get inside the Yellow Jackets' 5-yard line.

Georgia Tech, off to its best start since 1966, came in with one of the nation's top offenses but was held to just two pass completions and a season-low 296 yards.

No. 15 South Carolina 14, Mississippi State 12

In Starkville, Mississippi, Alshon Jeffrey caught a 4-yard touchdown pass from Connor Shaw with 3:50 left in the fourth quarter for the Gamecocks.

In his third career start, Shaw otherwise struggled for South Carolina, completing 21 of 31 passes for 160 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions.

Ohio State 17, No. 16 Illinois 7

In Champaign, Illinois, Daniel Herron, who hadn't played since the Sugar Bowl in January because of suspensions, ran for 114 yards and a touchdown in his return to Ohio State.

With youngster Braxton Miller at quarterback, the struggling offense of Ohio State counted on Herron against Illinois. The Buckeyes didn't complete a pass until Miller hit Jake Stoneburner for a fourth-quarter touchdown and a 17-0 lead.

No. 17 Kansas State 41, Texas Tech 34

In Lubbock, Texas, Collin Klein ran for three touchdowns and threw for another as Kansas State came from behind to edge Texas Tech and stay unbeaten.

Klein ran for 110 yards on 23 carries, scoring on three short runs and hitting Chris Harper for a 3-yard TD pass on the Wildcats first drive of the third quarter.

Tyler Lockett returned a kickoff 100 yards early in the second quarter for the Wildcats, who are undefeated after six games for the first time since 2000.

No. 19 Virginia Tech 38, Wake Forest 17

In Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Logan Thomas rushed for two touchdowns and passed for two more to lead Virginia Tech over Wake Forest.

Thomas finished 17 of 32 for 280 yards with scoring passes of 20 yards to Jarrett Boykin and 30 yards to Marcus Davis, and added scoring runs of 1 and 3 yards for the Hokies.

They shook off an early 10-point deficit and took command by reeling off four touchdowns in an 11-minute, 7-second span.

No. 21 Texas A&M 55, No. 20 Baylor 28

In College Station, Texas, Ryan Tannehill threw for 415 yards and a career-high six touchdown passes to lead Texas A&M past Baylor.

Ryan Swope caught four scores for the Aggies.

Baylor lost despite Robert Griffin III throwing for a school-record 430 yards and three touchdowns. Griffin is the third quarterback this season to set a school record against the Aggies' worst-in-the-nation pass defense.

No. 23 Michigan State 28, No. 11 Michigan 14

In East Lancing, Michigan, Keshawn Martin scored twice in the third quarter on similar lunges to the end zone, and Michigan State beat Michigan for the fourth straight year.

The Spartans equaled their longest winning streak over their in-state rivals.

The Wolverines lost for the first time under coach Brady Hoke.

No. 24 Auburn 17, Florida 6

In Auburn, Alabama, Onterio McCalebb opened the fourth quarter with a 14-yard touchdown run and Auburn held on beat Florida in a game that featured seven quarterbacks.

Two teams that have combined to win three of the last five national titles with creative offenses, turned to backup QBs in the second half in search of some offensive life.