Louisiana-Lafayette 17, Kansas State 15
Lafayette, La. — Tyler Albrecht hit a 48-yard field goal with 32 seconds left to lift Louisiana-Lafayette a victory over Kansas State.
It was Albrecht’s first collegiate field-goal attempt.
The Ragin’ Cajuns (2-0) trailed, 15-14, before driving from their 33 to the Kansas State 30 to set up the game-winner and give Louisiana-Lafayette its first win over a BCS conference member since 1996.
No. 2 Texas 41, Wyoming 10
Laramie, Wyo. — Colt McCoy warmed up after a shaky start, and Texas overcame poor special-teams play and a bad first half to beat Wyoming on a cold and breezy Saturday.
The victory was the Longhorns’ 15th straight nonconference win, tying a school record established in the 1940s.
Houston 45, No. 5 Oklahoma State 35
Stillwater, Okla. — Case Keenum threw for 366 yards and three touchdowns, and Bryce Beall caught the go-ahead six-yard pass off a batted ball as Houston stunned Oklahoma State.
The Cougars gave second-year coach Kevin Sumlin his first marquee win with the program’s first victory over a Top 5 team since an upset of third-ranked Texas in 1984.
No. 22 Nebraska 38, Arkansas State 9
Lincoln, Neb. — Zac Lee passed for 340 yards and four touchdowns, and Nebraska warmed up for next week’s trip to Virginia Tech.
Nebraska scored on five of its first six possessions, ending any hopes the Red Wolves had of pulling the upset.
No. 13 Oklahoma 64, Idaho State 0
Norman, Okla. — Freshman quarterback Landry Jones threw three touchdown passes in his first career start, and Oklahoma routed Idaho State.
Jones, replacing Sam Bradford, found a favorite target in Ryan Broyles, who caught scoring passes of 24, 51 and 11 yards and finished with seven catches for 155 yards.
No. 25 Missouri 27, Bowling Green 20
Columbia, Mo. — Blaine Gabbert threw two second-half touchdown passes, and Derrick Washington scored the go-ahead TD late in the fourth quarter, helping Missouri rally from a dud start.
Washington had 120 yards on 23 carries for the Tigers.
Texas Tech 55, Rice 10
Lubbock, Texas — Taylor Potts threw seven touchdowns to lead Texas Tech past Rice.
He threw TD passes of 5, 7, 8, 11, 27, 34 and 30 yards as Texas Tech moved to 2-0. Potts completed 36 of 57 passes for 456 yards and threw to 13 different receivers.
Iowa 35, Iowa State 3
Ames, Iowa — Ricky Stanzi threw a career-high four touchdown passes, and Iowa forced six turnovers in beating Iowa State, the Hawkeyes’ first victory on their rivals’ field in six years.
Tyler Sash tied a school record by making three of Iowa’s five interceptions. Iowa State’s Austen Arnaud threw four interceptions.