LSU makes case for No. 1 with blowout of No. 16 West Virginia

Second-ranked LSU pulled away from No. 16 West Virginia for a 47-21 victory Saturday, the Tigers' third decisive win away from home this season.

The Tigers' defense allowed 463 passing to Geno Smith, but also forced four turnovers and got a 99-yard kickoff return for a touchdown from Morris Claiborne.

No. 1 Oklahoma 38, Missouri 28

At Norman, Okla., Landry Jones threw for 448 yards and three touchdowns to Ryan Broyles, leading Oklahoma back from a rare home deficit.

No. 3 Alabama 38,No. 14 Arkansas 14

At Tuscalossa, Ala., the Crimson Tide scored on special teams, defense and using the old-fashioned power run to emphatically win the SEC West showdown.

No. 4 Boise State 41, Tulsa 21

At Boise, Idaho, Kellen Moore tossed four touchdown passes, a pair to Tyler Shoemaker, in less than 21/2; quarters and Jerrell Givens had two interceptions for Boise State.

No. 6 Wisconsin 59,South Dakota 10

At Madison, Wis., Nick Toon had a career-high 155 yards receiving and two touchdowns in Wisconsin's final tune-up for Nebraska at Camp Randall next week.

No. 7 Oklahoma St. 30,No. 8 Texas A&M 29

At College Station, Texas, Brandon Weeden threw for a school-record 438 yards and two scores and Justin Blackmon and Josh Cooper combined for 244 yards receiving as Oklahoma State rallied for a win.

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