TEXAS 12 MISSISSIPPI 7
Ole Miss made too many mistakes, Texas' jackrabbit backfield was too fast andits light line just good enough as the Longhorns hung on to win a thriller.
ALABAMA 10 ARKANSAS 3
Scoring early and relying heavily on its swarming defense, Alabama smothered adramatic late-game bid for a tie and kept its No. 1 national rating intact.
LSU 25 COLORADO 7
Never in serious trouble, gang-tackling LSU forced Colorado into numerouserrors, used key runs by Wendell Harris to control the ball for most of thegame.
MINNESOTA 21 UCLA 3
Deftly directed by Quarterback Sandy Stephens, the powerful Gophers poundedover and through scrappy UCLA to atone for last year's upset by Washington.
PENN STATE 30 GEORGIA TECH 15
Calling a beautiful game, Galen Hall passed for three touchdowns, then reliedon State's fast, hard defense to stop Tech's excellent running and passingattacks.
VILLANOVA 17 WICHITA 9
A spirited line and an outsize backfield led by 230-pound Billy Joe were toomuch for the favored Kansans, whose air game never did get off the ground.