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Gators go down

October 15, 2006


— That merciless Southeastern Conference claimed another victim: No. 2 Florida.

No. 11 Auburn scored on a blocked punt, a last-play fumble and a safety to beat the Gators, 27-17, on Saturday night and leave the conference without an unbeaten team.

No. 1 Ohio State 38, Michigan State 7

East Lansing, Mich. - Troy Smith threw for 234 yards and two touchdowns to boost his Heisman Trophy resume.

No. 3 USC 28, Arizona State 21

Los Angeles - Tailback Chauncey Washington did most of the work on a late TD drive that lifted the Trojans.

No. 4 Michigan 17, Penn State 10

State College, Pa. - Adrian Arrington and Mike Hart each scored touchdowns as the Wolverines stayed unbeaten.

No. 5 West Virginia 41, Syracuse 17

Morgantown, W.Va. - Quarterback Pat White ran for 247 yards and four touchdowns for the Mountaineers.

No. 7 Louisville 23, Cincinnati 17

Louisville, Ky. - Brian Brohm threw for 324 yards and a touchdown in his first game in nearly a month.

No. 10 California 21, Washington State 3

Pullman, Wash. - Marshawn Lynch ran for 152 yards and two touchdowns for the Golden Bears.

No. 14 LSU 49, Kentucky 0

Baton Rouge, La. - Dwayne Bowe caught three touchdown passes to move into second place on the Tigers' career list.

Indiana 31, No. 15 Iowa 28

Bloomington, Ind. - James Hardy caught three TD passes in the Hoosiers' upset victory.

Vanderbilt 24, No. 16 Georgia 22

Athens, Ga. - Bryant Hahnfeldt kicked a 33-yard field goal with two seconds remaining.

No. 17 Arkansas 63, SE Missouri St. 7

Fayetteville, Ark. - Darren McFadden ran 52 yards for a touchdown on the Razorbacks' first offensive play.

No. 18 Oregon 30, UCLA 20

Eugene, Ore. - Dennis Dixon threw for 144 yards and two touchdowns for the Ducks.

No. 24 Rutgers 34, Navy 0

Annapolis, Md. - Mike Teel threw three touchdown passes for the Scarlet Knights.

No. 25 Wisconsin 48, Minnesota 12

Madison, Wis. - John Stocco threw four touchdown passes, and P.J. Hill ran for two scores for the Badgers.


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