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Jason Gesser threw for a career-high 432 yards and four touchdowns as Washington State beat California, 51-20.

Robert Kent passed for five touchdowns and ran for two more as Jackson State defeated Mississippi Valley State, 66-36.

Rocky Butler threw for 215 yards and four touchdowns and ran for 127 yards and another score as Hofstra outlasted Maine, 51-44.

Brian St. Pierre was 19 of 25 for 247 yards and four touchdowns and William Green rushed for 178 yards and added two TDs as Boston College defeated Navy, 38-21.

Anthony Davis ran for 200 yards, and Wendell Bryant had 4 1/2 sacks as Wisconsin beat Penn State, 18-6.

B.J. Askew scored three touchdowns, ran for a career-high 112 yards and caught five passes for 66 yards as No. 20 Michigan beat Western Michigan, 38-21.

David Carr passed for 314 yards and three touchdowns as No. 11 Fresno State beat Tulsa, 37-18.

Bruce Perry rushed for a career-high 276 yards, scoring on runs of 50 and 80 yards, as Maryland beat Wake Forest, 27-20.

Rex Grossman threw for 302 yards and four touchdowns as No. 2 Florida beat Kentucky, 44-10.

Brad Lewis completed 27 of 34 passes -- both career highs -- for 286 yards and two TDs in West Virginia's 34-14 victory over Kent State.


Florida State committed five turnovers as North Carolina, 0-3 and a 17-point underdog, used a 34-point second half to stun the No. 6 Seminoles 41-9. It was just Florida State's third ACC loss in nine-plus seasons -- a span of 74 games. North Carolina beat its highest-ranked team since a 7-6 victory over No. 6 Duke in 1960. The loss was Florida State's worst since a 52-20 drubbing by Florida in the 1997 Sugar Bowl, and worst in the regular season since a 59-27 defeat by Auburn in 1985.


Michigan State offensive lineman Paul Harker was released from a South Bend, Ind., hospital Sunday, a day after he collapsed during the Spartans' victory over Notre Dame. The 6-foot-3, 303-pound junior returned to the Michigan State campus with his parents, the university said. Harker was kept overnight for observation and released from St. Joseph Regional Medical Center after all test results were normal, said Michigan State head trainer Jeff Monroe. He will be indefinitely sidelined until further tests can be done, Monroe said.

Superb in defeat

Western Michigan quarterback Jeff Welsh was 36 of 58 for 374 yards with two touchdown passes and a touchdown run in a 38-21 loss to Michigan. Welsh's completions and attempts broke school records.


No. 13 Washington scored on a kickoff return, blocked field goal and punt return to build a 24-3 lead in the second quarter on its way to a 53-3 rout of Idaho. . . . Josh Scobey ran for four touchdowns, one short of the team record, and No. 12 Kansas State rolled up a 50-0 halftime lead en route to a 64-0 victory over New Mexico State.

Strong finish

Bryson Spinner's 1-yard touchdown pass to Billy McMullen with a second left gave Virginia a 26-24 victory over No. 19 Clemson.

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