Oklahoma wasn't the only Top Ten team to suffer a setback. Here's who won the week and who lost it.
Winner: Kyle Kempt: The Senior quarterback for Iowa State had himself a big game, going 18 for 24 while throwing for 343 yards and three touchdowns. Kempt led the rally that was capped off by a 25-yard touchdown pass to Allen Lazard, leading Iowa State past #3 Oklahoma, 38-31.
Winner: Miami's Last-Minute Heroics: With rival Florida State scoring with 1:24 left in the game to lead, 20-17, Miami needed a fast response. They came up with a 23-yard catch at the hands of Darrell Langham from Malik Rosier with six seconds left as #13 Miami kept their playoff hopes alive.
Winner: Extra Football!!: Seven overtimes worth, to be exact. The game between Western Michigan and Buffalo went back and forth until the Broncos got a field goal in the seventh overtime and stopped Buffalo to win, 71-68.
Loser: Michigan Wolverines: The #8 Wolverines were given opportunity after opportunity to take the lead against their rival, Michigan State. Instead, they committed five turnovers and couldn't muster anything on offense as they lost, 14-10.
Loser: Eddy Pineiro: It seems that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers aren't the only team with kicker problems. The Gators kicker missed a potential game-tying PAT that would eventually lead to Florida losing, 17-16.
Loser: Big 12: Their golden team, the Sooners, fell on Saturday. Their next option in the quest for a playoff spot is #8 TCU, who doesn't have as good of a playoff resume as Oklahoma will have if the Sooners run the table in their last four games.
Other Winners: Texas, NC State's Front Four, Michigan State
Other Losers: Mother Nature in the UCF-Cincinnati game, UCONN's defense, Miami (Ohio)
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