>>Virginia Tech Upsets #7 Ohio State
(Columbus, OH) -- Virginia Tech rolled into Columbus and upended seventh-ranked Ohio State 35-21 to provide college football with its first major upset of the season. Donovan Riley took an interception 63 yards for a touchdown in the final minute to seal victory for the Hokies, who improved to 2-and-0. Michael Brewer threw for 199 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions in the win. J.T. Barrett was intercepted three times and finished with 211 yards passing and one TD for the Buckeyes. Barrett also ran for 70 yards and a score as OSU fell to 1-and-1.
>>Top Teams Unchanged In "USA Today" Poll
(Undated) -- The top-five college football teams remain unchanged in the latest "USA Today" Coaches Poll. Florida State, Alabama, Oklahoma, Oregon and Auburn make up the top teams in the nation. Georgia moved up from eighth to sixth while Baylor is up to seventh from the ninth spot. After a road loss to Oregon, Michigan State fell from sixth down to 13th. Texas A&M, LSU and USC round out of the top-ten while Notre Dame moved up to 11th after thrashing Michigan. Virginia Tech jumped into the polls at 19th after cruising past Ohio State on the road, though the Buckeyes remain one spot ahead of the Hokies. OSU fell from seventh to 18th.
>>USC's Haden Issues Apology
(Los Angeles, CA) -- USC athletic director Pat Haden is trying to make amends for his behavior during the Trojans win over Stanford on Saturday. Haden was caught on camera arguing with an official on the sideline. The AD released a statement through the school that stated "I apologized to Commissioner Scott, to the game officials, to Stanford and to the fans for any distraction I might have caused during Saturday's football game. In retrospect, I should not have approached the game officials. I should have waited until after the game and gone through the appropriate channels. In the best interests of our team and our coaches, I will stay off the sidelines for our next games." The 2-and-0 Trojans are at Boston College on Saturday.