BYU 24, Central Florida 17: Cody Hoffman returned a kickoff 93 yards for a touchdown and BYU forced three turnovers.
Today's top televised games
Notre Dame at Pittsburgh (noon, Ch. 7): Pitt has beaten Maine but lost to Iowa after an opening week win over Buffalo.
North Carolina at No. 25 Georgia Tech (noon, ESPN): Georgia Tech leads the country in scoring offense.
Eastern Michigan at Penn State (noon, ESPN2): It's a matchup of two 2-1 teams. The Nittany Lions last week had to rally in the fourth quarter to get by Temple.
Georgia at Mississippi (noon, MSG): Georgia finally got its first win last week, thumping Coastal Carolina. Neither team here wants to go to 1-3.
Toledo at Syracuse (noon, SNY, TWC13): Toledo is coming off losses to powerful Ohio State and Boise State.
No. 14 Arkansas at No. 3 Alabama (3:30 p.m., Ch. 4): Alabama has a great defense, while Arkansas has a top offense. The Razorbacks led last year's game by two touchdowns before losing.
No. 11 Florida State at No. 21 Clemson (3:30 p.m., ESPN): Clemson is coming off a win over Auburn. The Tigers and the Seminoles figured to content for an ACC Atlantic Division title.
No. 7 Oklahoma State at No. 8 Texas A&M (3:30 p.m., Ch. 7): Last year's matchup was one of the best games of the season, and it also had conference title implications. There's plenty at stake in this one as well.
No. 15 Florida at Kentucky (7 p.m., ESPN): The Gators have won 24 in a row in the series, and they are expected to make it 25 tonight. Kentucky has had trouble moving the ball.
Vanderbilt at No. 12 South Carolina (7 p.m., ESPN2): South Carolina hasn't played particularly well so far this season.
No. 2 LSU at No. 16 West Virginia (8 p.m., Ch. 7): The Tigers have played like national championship contenders so far; a trip to Morgantown is a good measuring stick for them.
Missouri at No. 1 Oklahoma (8 p.m., FX): Oklahoma was on top of the BCS rankings last year when it lost to a fired-up Missouri team.
No. 23 USC at Arizona State (10:15 p.m., ESPN): Arizona State has lost 11 in a row to Southern California, which beat Syracuse last week.
Erie CC at Nassau CC (noon): ECC looks to follow up last Saturday's triumph at Alfred State with another in the quest to even its record at 2-2. Nassau is 2-1 having played each of its first three games on the road, including last week's loss at Navy Prep.
Buffalo State at Montclair State (1 p.m.): The Bengals are looking to carry the momentum of last week's record-setting triumph over Western Connecticut State into this key New Jersey Athletic Conference clash aginst the nation's 14th-ranked team, according to D3football.com rankings.
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Compiled from News and wire service reports.