No. 2 Texas Tech 56, No. 8 Oklahoma State 20. Could Graham Harrell and Michael Crabtree actually split the Heisman? Harrell completed 40 passes for 456 yards and 6 TDs. Ten Red Raiders caught at least one pass, including Crabtree, who caught 8 passes for 89 yards and three TDs. The win should cement Tech's hold on the No. 2 spot through the regular season, provided they can win out. No. 4 Florida 42, Vanderbilt 14. So it looks like Florida and Alabama in the SEC title game. It's hard to think of an SEC team as a BCS Cinderella, but that's what Vanderbilt was before they dropped their fourth straight game last night. No. 24 Florida State 41, Clemson 27. The Dabo Swinney parade in Clemson may finally be running out of balloons. Somehow, a win for the Tigers would have put them within one game of the Atlantic Division lead. The win made the Seminoles bowl eligible for the 27th consecutive year. Cincinnati 26, West Virginia 23 (OT). The Bearcats blew a 13-point lead in the fourth quarter, but Kazeem Alli managed to score in OT after the Mountaineers could only muster a field goal. The win puts Cincy in a tie for first in the Big East. People give the Big Ten shit for having 11 teams, but there's no BCS conference with fewer teams in the "Big" East. Boston College 17, Notre Dame 0. The one time you can enjoy a win from Boston College.