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Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Images from Saturday's College Football's Top 10 Games











#10 Auburn quarterback Kodi Burns runs from Louisiana-Monroe defenders Greg James, on ground, Nate Brown, right and Alaric Coleman.
No. 24 Alabama 34, No. 9 Clemson 10
Alabama tight end Nick Walker celebrates after a field goal against Clemson.
No. 8 West Virginia 48, Villanova 21
West Virginia's Alric Arnett (82) and Tito Gonzales (83) celebrate Arnett's touchdown against Villanova during the first quarter Saturday.
No. 7 LSU 41, Appalachian State 13
The Tigers celebrated early and often as they kept Appalachian State from repeating the early season upset they sprang on Michigan last year. LSU served notice with a 31-point first half. Tigers' tailback Charles Scott rushed for 160 yards in the win.
No. 6 Missouri 52, No. 20 Illinois 42
Missouri quarterback Chase Daniel gets from an Illinois player.
No. 5 Florida 56, Hawaii 10
Florida scored on offense, defense and special teams in routing the Warriors. The Gators forced six turnovers and rushed for 255 yards offensively in the lopsided victory.
No. 4 Oklahoma 57, Chattanooga 2
Oklahoma wide receiver Quentin Chaney, center, celebrates a touchdown in front of Chattanooga's Chris Lewis-Harris.
No. 3 USC 52, Virginia 17
Southern California tailback Joe McKnight (4) heads to the end zone as Virginia's Mikell Simpson tries to make the stop in the first half Saturday.
No. 2 Ohio State 43, Youngstown State 0
The Buckeyes' defense held Youngstown State to only 74 total yards in steamrolling to a win. Ohio State QB Todd Boeckman threw for two TDs and tailback Chris Wells ran for 111 yards and a TD before leaving with an injury.
No. 1 Georgia 45, Georgia Southern 21
The Bulldogs racked up 535 yards, and Heisman Trophy candidate Knowshon Moreno scored three touchdowns on only eight carries as Georgia ran past their intrastate rival. Moreno was pulled out of the game after what appeared to be a hamstring injury, but he remained on the sidelines and it wasn't believed to be serious.

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