Upset Alert Recap From The College Football & NFL Weekend

Collin Klein Heisman FavoriteOregon State was a 4.5-point underdog at Stanford. The Beavers led 23-14, before the Cardinal scored two fourth quarter touchdowns, rallying for a 27-23 victory. Freshman QB Kevin Hogan was making his first career start for Stanford.

Virginia was a one-point favorite at home against Miami. The Cavaliers connected on a 10-yard touchdown pass, with six seconds remaining in the game, stunning the Hurricanes 41-40.

Kansas State was a 7.5-point favorite in Fort Worth versus TCU. Heisman Trophy leader Collin Klein shook off a reported head injury and ran for two touchdowns, leading the Wildcats to a 23-0 lead, after three quarters. Kansas State won 23-10 and is now at the top spot in the BCS standings, with a 10-0 record.

New Orleans was a 2.5-point underdog at home versus Atlanta. Falcons QB Matt Ryan threw for 411 yards and three scores, but the Saints ended Atlanta's unbeaten season, with a 31-27 upset win, after building up a 28-17 lead. Surging New Orleans has now won four of their last five outings.

Seattle was a 6.5-point favorite at home against the Jets, crushing their guests 28-7. The Seahawks outgained the New Yorkers 363-185. Russell Wilson is getting better, while Mark Sanchez is getting worse; Sanchez completed only 9 of 22 for 124 yards. New York has won only 3 of their last 12 games, dating back to last season.

SEASON RECORD:     26-20-2