How the AP Top 25 fared in Week 1:

No. 1 Oklahoma (1-0) defeated Tulsa 47-14
Dominique Whaley ran for 131 yards, four TDs as Sooners extended nation's longest home winning streak to 37.

No. 2 Alabama (1-0) defeated Kent State 48-7
Trent Richardson, replacing departed Heisman Trophy winner Mark Ingram, scored on three of 13 carries.

No. 3 Oregon (0-1) lost to No. 4 LSU 40-27
Oregon, which also lost to Auburn in the BCS title game, has consecutive losses for the first time since 2007.

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No. 4 LSU (1-0) defeated No. 3 Oregon 40-27
Tigers' Spencer Ware had 26 carries for 99 yards while Michael Ford had 14 runs for 98 yards and two TDs.

No. 5 Boise State (1-0) defeated No. 19 Georgia 35-21
In the past three seasons, the BCS-busting Broncos have started with wins vs. Oregon, Va. Tech and Georgia.

No. 6 Florida State (1-0) defeated Louisiana-Monroe 34-0
E.J. Manuel threw for 252 yards and two TDs; backup QB Clint Trickett threw a TD pass on his first college play.

No. 7 Stanford (1-0) defeated San Jose State 57-3
Andrew Luck was 17-of-26 for 171 yards and two TDs with completions to seven different receivers.

No. 8 Texas A&M (1-0) defeated SMU 46-14
The Aggies rushed for more than 212 yards with Christine Michael and Cyrus Gray scoring two touchdowns.

No. 9 Oklahoma State (1-0) defeated Louisiana-Lafayette 61-34
Joseph Randle rushed for 129 yards and two touchdowns, and Justin Blackmon had 144 yards receiving.

No. 10 Nebraska (1-0) defeated Chattanooga 40-7
Taylor Martinez ran for 135 yards, three TDs as Cornhuskers won 26th consecutive opener (longest active streak).

No. 11 Wisconsin (1-0) defeated UNLV 51-17
Playing his first game for the Badgers, Russell Wilson ran for a 46-yard touchdown and threw two TD passes.

No. 12 South Carolina (1-0) defeated East Carolina 56-37
Benched for the first quarter, Stephen Garcia was 7-of-15 for 110 yards and one TD and rushed for two others.

No. 13 Virginia Tech (1-0) defeated Appalachian State 66-13
Frank Beamer honored entering 25th season, then announced at halftime he's signed an extension through 2016.

No. 14 TCU (0-1) lost to Baylor 50-48
Robert Griffin was 21-of-27 for 359 yards, including 12 catches for 189 yards and two TDs by Kendall Wright.

No. 15 Arkansas (1-0) defeated Missouri State 51-7
Tyler Wilson threw two TDs to Jarius Wright. Missouri St. went three-and-out on its first four possessions.

No. 16 Notre Dame (0-1) lost to South Florida 23-20
USF's Kayvon Webster had 96-yard fumble return TD four minutes into game, which was twice disrupted by storms.

No. 17 Michigan State (1-0) defeated Youngstown State 28-6
Spartans' B.J. Cunningham caught nine passes for 130 yards, TD; tied for first on MSU career receptions list (148).

No. 18 Ohio State (1-0) defeated Akron 42-0
Every stat was lopsided in Ohio State's favor, including first downs (27-5), rushing yards (224-35) and sacks (5-0).

No. 19 Georgia (0-1) lost to No. 5 Boise State 35-21
BSU came in with an 0-4 record against SEC teams, including an ugly 48-13 loss at UGA's Sanford Stadium in '05.

No. 20 Mississippi State (1-0) defeated Memphis 59-14
Vick Ballard rushed for 166 yards and three TDs as the Bulldogs finished with a school-record 645 total yards.

No. 21 Missouri (1-0) defeated Miami (Ohio) 17-6
Mizzou hurt itself with 81 yards on nine penalties; short week ahead with the next game Friday night at Arizona State.

No. 22 Florida (1-0) defeated Florida Atlantic 41-3
Chris Rainey scored three different ways (receiving, run, blocked-punt return) as Gators opened Will Muschamp era.

No. 23 Auburn (1-0) defeated Utah State 42-38
Mike Dyer scored the game-winning TD with 30 seconds left as Tigers scored twice in the final 2:07 to escape.

No. 24 West Virginia (1-0) defeated Marshall 34-13
Geno Smith threw two first-half TDs before the game was called with 14:36 left to play because of lightning.

No. 25 Southern Cal (1-0) defeated Minnesota 19-17
Matt Barkley completed school-record 34 passes; Robert Woods caught school-record 17 passes with three TDs.

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