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Baylor 45 Washington State 17

Baylor's freshman quarterback ran for a school-record 217 yards and two touchdowns on only 11 carries and the Bears beat Washington State 45-17 in a game played a day earlier than scheduled because of Hurricane Ike.

Maryland 35 California 27

Maryland scored touchdowns on its first three possessions Saturday en route to a stunning 35-27 upset of No. 23 California. The Golden Bears didn't reach the end zone until the closing minutes, and by then it was far too late.

BYU 59 UCLA 0

Max Hall tied a school record with seven touchdown passes and the 18th-ranked Cougars handed UCLA its worst loss in nearly 80 years, overwhelming the Bruins 59-0 Saturday.

Oregon 32 Purdue 26

LaGarrette Blount ran 3 yards for a touchdown in the second overtime to give No. 16 Oregon a come-from-behind 32-26 win over Purdue on Saturday. Blount led a 306-yard rushing effort with 132 yards and two TDs as Oregon gained 500-plus yards of total offense for the second straight week and seventh time dating back to 2007.

TCU 31 Stanford 14

Ryan Christian scored the go-ahead touchdown and Steven Coleman made a key interception to help TCU beat Stanford 31-14 Saturday in a game moved up six hours because of Hurricane Ike.

Oregon State 45 Hawaii 7

Jacquizz Rodgers ran for 110 yards and two touchdowns and Oregon State defeated Hawaii 45-7 on Saturday. Lyle Moevao completed of 20 of 34 passes for 268 yards and three scores for the Beavers

USC 35 Ohio State 3

Mark Sanchez threw four touchdown passes, Joe McNight rushed for 105 yards on 12 carries, and the top-ranked Trojans crushed No. 5 Ohio State 35-3 Saturday night in a matchup of two of college football's most successful programs.

New Mexico 36 Arizona 28

Rodney Ferguson,ran for 158 yards and two touchdowns and freshman James Aho tied a school record with five field goals to help New Mexico beat Arizona 36-28 on Saturday night.

UNLV 23  Arizona State 20

Malo Taumua blocked a field goal to lift UNLV to a 23-20 overtime upset of No. 15 Arizona State on Saturday night. Taumua's block on a 35-yard field goal attempt by Thomas Weber came after Kyle Watson kicked a 20-yard field goal on the Rebels' overtime possession.The loss took the luster off Arizona State's game against No. 2 Georgia next week.