There are just 5 unbeaten groups left in Division 1-A football and Penn State isn’t one of them. The 5 wonderful records have a place with Alabama (10-0), Texas Tech (10-0), Boise State (9-0), Utah (10-0) and Ball State (9-0).

Joe Paterno’s Nittany Lions went to 9-0 and moved to No. 3 in the AP Top 25 Poll prior to going on an outing to Iowa Saturday (11-8-08) and losing to the Hawkeyes 24-23 on a 31-yard field objective with a subsequent left. Visit :- 7m

Daniel Murray, who had not made a field objective since Iowa’s season opener and had lost his employment to a green bean, at last got another opportunity. Murray had taken care of the opening shot obligations however when it came to breezy game conditions and a requirement for experience, mentor Kirk Ferentz tapped Murray.

Murray bored it down the center and Iowa’s freezing fans went crazy, flooding the field in wild fervor. It happened on the grounds that Penn State blew an important lead in the fourth quarter. Iowa won the last quarter 10-0. The Hawkeyes were supported by Shonn Greene’s 117 yards surging and 2 scores, and Ricky Stanzi’s 15-of-25 passing for 171 yards.

The triumph was Iowa’s greatest in years, and its first against a Top 5 group since 1990. The Hawkeyes improved their record to 6-4, getting bowl qualified. The Hawkeyes’ 4 misfortunes this year have been by an aggregate of 12 focuses. A week ago they lost to Illinois on a 46-yard field objective with 24 seconds left. This week was their chance to win with a very late field objective.

Penn State’s opportunity to contend in the public title game vanished. The kiss of death for Penn State was the way that Iowa was an unranked group, and Penn State was playing out and about. The Nittany Lions new objectives will be a Big Ten title and a Rose Bowl billet on New Year’s Day.

Unexpectedly this season, all AP Top 25 Poll groups played, with 17 of the 25 groups winning and 5 tremendous triumphs among the victors that played other positioned groups. They included:

No. 1 Alabama out and about over No. 15 LSU in extra time, 27-21, with star quarterback John Parker Wilson scoring on a 1-yard sneak. The Crimson Tide got an opportunity to dominate the match in guideline play yet a 29-yard field objective endeavor by Leigh Tiffin was low and impeded.

LSU had the principal break in additional time yet offered away even a chance at a field objective when Jarrett Lee threw his fourth interference and was taken out for the third time in the game by Alabama’s Rashad Johnson, who tied a school record all the while. The Tide nixed another field objective have a go at, having just missed twice, and Wilson scored on the sneak to give Alabama a spot in the SEC title game.

No. 2 Texas Tech at home over No. 8 Oklahoma State, 56-20, as the Red Raiders scored scores on 7 back to back belongings.

No. 7 Southern Cal at home over No. 21 California, 17-3, in a marvelous presentation of guard. The success was the sixth in a row for the Trojans who have outscored their rivals 231-23 since losing 27-21 as 25-point top choices at Oregon State. That is the Trojans, continually losing a game to an unranked group, evidently they get up late in Hollywood.

No. 10 Utah at home over No. 11 Texas Christian in a squeaker, 13-10. Utah had gone 9-0 and moved to No. 10 by playing probably the most fragile timetable west of the Mississippi River. The Utes are in the Mountain West Conference, and had they not played TCU they would not have confronted one quality group worth discussing; they actually face BYU in their last game.

No. 19 North Carolina at home over No. 22 Georgia Tech, 28-7, scoring 3 scores in the fourth quarter.

Twelve other Top 25 groups won against positioned rivals, including:

No. 4 Florida out and about over Vanderbilt, 42-14, as Tim Tebow tossed for 3 scores and ran for 2 more. The Gators secured the SEC Eastern Division Title and will confront SEC Western Division Title holder Alabama for the SEC Championship.

No. 5 Texas at home over Baylor, 45-21, as Longhorn Colt McCoy tossed for 5 TDs and 300 yards. No. 6 Oklahoma out and about over Texas A&M in a simple defeat, 66-28. No. 9 Boise State at home over Utah State, 49-14, as Kellen Moore tossed for 362 yards and 2 TDs. No. 12 Ohio State out and about over Northwestern, 45-10, as Terrelle Prior tossed for 3 scores and Chris “Beanie” Wells included 2 more the