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September 16, 2007|From the Associated Press

at No. 3 Oklahoma 54, Utah State 3: Sam Bradford threw for 255 yards and three touchdowns in another efficient performance, and the Sooners (3-0) notched their third blowout of the season with a rout of the Aggies (0-3) at Norman.

at No. 25 Texas A&M 54, Louisiana Monroe 14: Stephen McGee threw for 237 yards and a touchdown and Jorvorskie Lane had two short scoring runs to lead the Aggies (3-0) over the Warhawks (0-3) at College Station.

at Iowa State 15, Iowa 13: Bret Culbertson tied a school record with five field goals, the final one a 28-yarder with one second left, and the Cyclones (1-2) upset the Hawkeyes (2-1) at Ames for Coach Gene Chizik's first win.

Florida State 16, at Colorado 6: Gary Ciemesia kicked three field goals to lead the Seminoles (2-1) over the Buffaloes (1-2) at Boulder. Colorado avoided its first shutout since 1988 by scoring on a fourth-and-10 play with 3:40 left.

at Missouri 52, Western Michigan 24: Jeremy Maclin racked up 275 total yards and scored two touchdowns to lead the Tigers (3-0) over the Broncos (0-3) at Columbia. Daniel saw his streak of consecutive passes without an interception end at 254.

Texas Tech 59, at Rice 24: Graham Harrell threw a personal-best six touchdown passes, three to freshman Michael Crabtree, and the Red Raiders (3-0) scored 35 unanswered points in a victory over the Owls (0-3) at Houston.

at Baylor 34, Texas State 27: Blake Szymanski threw for 411 yards and five touchdowns to lead the Bears (2-1) over the Bobcats (1-2) at Waco, Texas.

at Kansas 45, Toledo 13: Todd Reesing threw for 313 yards and four touchdowns, raising his three-game total to 831 yards and 10 scores, and the Jayhawks (3-0) routed the Rockets (0-3) at Lawrence.

at Kansas State 61, Missouri State 10: Jordy Nelson set single-game school records with 15 receptions for 209 yards, catching one touchdown pass and throwing another to lead the Wildcats (2-1) over the Bears (2-1) at Manhattan.

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