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STARS

_ Denard Robinson, Michigan, capped a 502-yard performance with a 2-yard touchdown run with 27 seconds left to give the Wolverines a 28-24 victory against Notre Dame. Robinson ran for 258 yards.

_ Trent Richardson, Alabama, ran for 144 yards in place of injured Heisman Trophy winner Mark Ingram to lead No. 1 Alabama to a 24-3 win over No. 18 Penn State.

_ Marcus Lattimore, South Carolina, carried 37 times for 182 yards and two touchdowns and the No. 24 Gamecocks beat No. 22 Georgia 17-6.

_ Backup Tanner Price, Wake Forest, threw three touchdown passes and ran for another to lead the Demon Deacons to a wild 54-48 victory against Duke.

_ Drew Dudzik, James Madison, ran for two touchdowns and threw for another and the Dukes upset No. 13 Virginia Tech 21-16.

_ Dante Warren passed for 352 yards and three touchdowns for South Dakota and scampered for a 25-yard score on fourth-and-1 midway through the fourth quarter to seal a 41-38 victory over Minnesota.

_ Landry Jones, Oklahoma, was 30 for 40 for 380 yards _ 321 yards in the first half _ and the 10th-ranked Sooners beat No. 17 Florida State 47-17.

_ Devin Barclay, Ohio State, tied a school record with five field goals as the second-ranked Buckeyes defeated No. 12 Miami 36-24.

FCS UPSETS

James Madison became just the second FCS or I-AA team to beat a ranked major college team when the Dukes beat Virginia Tech 21-16 in Blacksburg. The loss comes six days after the Hokies lost a heartbreaker to Boise State. The first I-AA team to beat a ranked I-A? That would be Appalachian State, which famously beat No. 5 Michigan 34-32 in 2007. The last time Virginia Tech lost to a I-AA team was 1985, when Richmond beat the Hokies 24-14 at Lane Stadium.

Other FCS teams to beat FBS teams Saturday were South Dakota, which upset Minnesota 41-38, and Gardner-Webb, which defeated Akron 38-37 in overtime. Last week, Jacksonville State stunned Mississippi and North Dakota State beat Kansas.

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