Larry Johnson, Penn State, ran for 327 yards, a career-high four TDs and shattered the 31-year-old school career rushing record with 1,736 yards, leading No. 16 Penn State to a 58-25 victory over Indiana.
Kliff Kingsbury, Texas Tech, completed 38 of 60 passes for 473 yards and six TDs as the Red Raiders knocked No. 4 Texas out of the national title chase with a 42-38 win.
J.R. Taylor, Eastern Illinois, set a school record with 308 yards rushing and four TDs as Eastern Illinois routed Florida Atlantic, 47-6. Taylor also set the school record with his 50th career TD.
Brad Banks, Iowa, threw for two TDs and ran for two more as No. 6 Iowa clinched at least a share of the Big Ten title with a 45-21 victory over Minnesota.
Michael Turner, Northern Illinois, ran for 225 yards and tied a Mid-American Conference record with five TDs as the Huskies remained unbeaten in the conference with a 49-21 win over Eastern Michigan.
Jason Johnson and Bobby Wade, Arizona. Wade passed for a school-record 492 yards and threw four TD passes as the Wildcats snapped a six-game losing streak with a 52-41 victory over California. Wade caught 11 of Johnson's passes for a career-high 222 yards receiving.
Kentucky's Derek Abney set an NCAA record with his sixth kick return for a TD this season, a 95-yard runback of a kickoff against Vanderbilt. Abney has returned two kickoffs and -- tying an NCAA record -- four punts for scores. Abney also set two Southeastern Conference records with Saturday's return: most kick returns for a TD in a season and a career (seven).
Ian Smart ran for four TDs to set the NCAA all-division career record with 94 as C.W. Post defeated Pace, 35-16. Smart, who gained 176 yards on 23 carries for the Division II Pioneers, bettered the previous record of 92 touchdowns, set by R.J. Bowers of Division III Grove City (Pa.) from 1997 to 2000. Smart has 6,508 yards rushing, fourth-best all-time in Division II and seventh-best in all NCAA competition. With a 40-yard TD run in the third quarter, he also broke the all-division scoring record with 564 points, two more than Bowers.
Following a 49-13 loss to No. 11 Kansas State, Nebraska (7-5, 3-4 Big 12) is assured of its first nonwinning conference record since its 3-4 Big Eight mark in 1968. The Cornhuskers' five regular-season losses already are the most since the 1961 team went 3-6-1, and Saturday's loss dropped their road record against ranked teams to 1-7 under coach Frank Solich.
Mount Union won its 38th consecutive game and clinched its 11th consecutive Ohio Conference title with a 62-0 rout of Wilmington. The Purple Raiders now prepare for the NCAA Division III playoffs. They have won five of the last six national championships. The Purple Raiders have won their last 76 OAC games and 84 regular-season games, and they have lost just one of their last 92 games.