The Associated Press
--Johnny Manziel, Texas A&M, threw for 426 yards and three TDs and ran for another score in less than three quarters to give the No. 7 Aggies a 65-28 win over Sam Houston State.
--Teddy Bridgewater, Louisville, threw for 397 yards and four TDs to help the No. 8 Cardinals rout Eastern Kentucky 44-7.
--Aaron Murray, Georgia, threw for 309 yards and four TDs to lead the 11th-ranked Bulldogs over No. 6 South Carolina 41-30.
--Lache Seastrunk, Baylor, ran for 150 yards and three TDs in the No. 23 Bears' 70-13 rout over Buffalo.
--De'Anthony Thomas, Oregon, ran for 124 yards and three TDs, helping the second-ranked Ducks start fast and manhandle Virginia 59-10.
--Devin Gardner, Michigan, threw four TD passes, including a victory-sealing connection to Drew Dileo with 4:18 left, leading the No. 17 Wolverines to a 41-30 win over No. 14 Notre Dame.
--Joe Southwick, Boise State, threw five TD passes in a little over a half as the Broncos pounded overmatched Tennessee-Martin 63-14.
--Zach Mettenberger, LSU, passed for school-record five TDs to help the ninth-ranked Tigers overwhelm UAB 56-17.
--Jared Goff, California, passed for 485 yards and two TDs to give coach Sonny Dykes his first win at Cal while leading the Golden Bears to a 37-30 win over Portland State.
--J.W. Walsh, Oklahoma State, completed his first 10 passes threw for 326 yards and four TDs in the No. 13 Cowboys' 56-35 win over UTSA.
--C.J. Brown, Maryland, threw for two TDs and ran for two more in a 47-10 rout of Old Dominion.
--Sean Mannion, Oregon State, threw for 372 yards and four TDs and the Beavers rebounded from a stunning loss in their season opener with a 33-14 victory over Hawaii.
--Travis Wilson, Utah, had two long TD runs and threw for three more scores, all in the first half, in the Utes' 70-7 win over Weber State.
--Shilique Calhoun, Michigan State, scored on a fumble return and an interception return in a 21-6 victory over South Florida.
--Nathan Scheelhaase, Illinois, passed for 312 yards and four TDs to lead the Illini to a surprise 45-17 win over Cincinnati.
--Zach Zenner, South Dakota State, tied a school record with 295 yards rushing and had a career-high four TDs in a 35-28 win over North Dakota.
--Ross Metheny, South Alabama, threw for 290 yards, ran for another 75 and accounted for four first-half TDs in a 41-39 win over Tulane.
--Vernon Adams, Eastern Washington, threw for 298 and had four of his five TD passes in the first quarter in a 43-14 win over Western Oregon
--Chuckie Keeton, Utah State, matched his own school record five TD passes and threw for 360 yards in a 52-20 rout over Air Force.
--Eric Kordenbrock, VMI, passed for a school-record four TDs in a 34-27 win over Glenville State.
--Billy VandeMerkt, St. Joseph's, threw for 404 yards four TDs in a 34-31 victory over Valparaiso.
--Matt Johnson, Charlotte, threw for five TDs in a 47-7 victory over Chowan.
--Steward Butler, Marshall, ran for 151 yards and three TDs on nine carries in a 55-0 rout over Gardner-Webb
As Miami began to celebrate its biggest win in years, Hurricanes coach Al Golden threw his right arm skyward and sprinted over to the Florida sideline for the traditional postgame handshake.
He offered congratulations.
He probably could have offered thanks.
Stephen Morris threw two first-quarter touchdown passes to put Miami ahead, and Florida gave the ball away on four red-zone trips to make sure the Hurricanes stayed there. Miami knocked off the 12th-ranked Gators 21-16, almost certainly ensuring that the Hurricanes -- dogged for the last 26 months by a still-unresolved NCAA probe -- will return to the AP Top 25 for the first time since 2010.
Duke Johnson added a 2-yard touchdown run and a 21-9 lead with 3:29 left for Miami (2-0), which has won four straight dating to last season, the longest such streak for the Hurricanes since 2008.
Johnny Football and the rest of No. 7 Texas A&M's offense look as if they're ready for next week's rematch with top-ranked Alabama.
The defense might be a different story.
Johnny Manziel threw for 426 yards and three touchdowns and ran for another score in less than three quarters in Texas A&M's 65-28 win over Sam Houston State.
The Heisman Trophy winner played about a quarter more than he did last week when he sat out the first half serving a suspension for what the school called an "inadvertent" violation of NCAA rules involving signing autographs.