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Big 12: No. 2 Texas cruises over Central Florida

Jordan Shipley sets school record with 273 receiving yards in a 35-3 win.

November 08, 2009|Associated Press

at No. 2 Texas 35, Central Florida 3: Jordan Shipley set a Texas record with 273 yards receiving, including an 88-yard touchdown, and the Longhorns shook off a slow start. The sixth-year senior broke the previous best of 242 yards set in 1987 by Tony Jones. Colt McCoy passed for 470 yards with two touchdowns.

No. 18 Oklahoma State 34, Iowa State 8: Keith Toston ran for a career-high 206 yards and three touchdowns, Zac Robinson threw a touchdown pass and the Cowboys bounced back from their drubbing by Texas.

at Nebraska 10, No. 20 Oklahoma 3: Matt O'Hanlon had three of his team's five interceptions against Landry Jones, and the Cornhuskers squeezed enough production out of their struggling offense to upset the Sooners.

at Kansas State 17, Kansas 10: Daniel Thomas ran for 185 yards and a touchdown, and the Wildcats harassed Todd Reesing into three turnovers to remain in control of the Big 12 North.

at Colorado 35, Texas A&M 34: Patrick Devenny's one-handed touchdown reception from 22 yards out tied it and Aric Goodman's point-after try put the Buffaloes ahead with 2:04 left.

Baylor 40, at Missouri 32: Freshman Nick Florence passed for a school-record 427 yards and three touchdowns and ran for a fourth as the Bears ended a 13-game conference road losing streak. Missouri's Blaine Gabbert passed for the second-highest total in school history, going 30 for 51 for 468 yards.

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