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Virginia Tech RB David Wilson scored his only touchdown of the day against Miami (Fla.) in acrobatic fashion, leaping toward the pylon to give the Hokies a two touchdown lead just before halftime. Wilson and the Hokies were able to outlast the Hurricanes to pick up their first conference win of the season. (Credit: Cal Sport Media via AP Images)


Maine QB Warren Smith threw for 295 yards and two touchdowns as Maine outlasted James Madison in overtime by going for a two-point conversion to stun the Dukes on the road. The win was the Black Bears' third consecutive, including the second upset in a row. (Credit: AP Images)


Rex Burkhead's dive to the end zone completed the largest comeback in Nebraska history. Trailing by 21 in the second half at home against Ohio State, the Cornhuskers scored the final 28 points thanks in large part to Burkhead's 119 yards on the ground. (Credit: Getty Images)


LSU may have destroyed Florida 41-11 last Saturday, but Tigers' QB Jordan Jefferson was sandwhiched and tackled hard against the Gators. Jefferson finished with only seven yards rushing on four carries, but did throw a touchdown pass to help keep LSU's dreams of an undefeated season alive and well. (Credit: Getty Images)


Intimidating? A little bit. Here's what the players see while playing in Tuscaloosa at Bryant-Denny Stadium: a wall of Crimson. The 101,821 fans saw the Tide pitch a shutout against Vanderbilt 34-0 as QB A.J. McCarron had a career day by throwing four touchdown passes. (Credit: Getty Images)


It was Bill Snyder's 72nd birthday on Saturday. His present? Kansas State remained perfect this season, picking up a win against Missouri. Quarterback Collin Klein had a lot to do with it, as the junior may not have put up huge yardage numbers, but his three rushing touchdowns helped the Wildcats hold off the Tigers 24-17 (Credit: Getty Images)


No. 3 Montana State got all it could handle from Portland State on Saturday, hanging on for a 38-36 road win. Portland State quarterback Connor Kavanaugh attempted to run in a two-point conversion which would have tied the game late in the fourth quarter but was eaten up by the Bobcats' defense. (Credit: AP Images)


Winning ugly has become a staple of Penn State's 2011 season. The latest victim: Iowa. PSU's Nick Sukay intercepted a pass in the forth quarter while trying to avoid teammate  Malcolm Willis in the process. The turnover helped set up the only touchdown of the game, which put the game out of reach. (Credit: Getty Images)


Scoring a touchdown isn't always a walk in the park. Just ask New Hampshire wide receiver Justin Mello who made this touchdown catch despite the efforts of Villanova defensive back Jimmy Pitts during the second quarter of Saturday's game. The TD was one of five on the day for UNH, which blew out Nova 47-17. (Credit: AP Images)