With seven ranked teams losing Saturday, The Associated Press' weekly college football poll was scrambled Sunday.
Stanford was the highest ranked team to lose, 27-21 at Utah. The Cardinal fell from fifth to 13th after becoming the first top-10 team to lose to an unranked team this year.
The top four was unchanged -- Alabama, Oregon, Clemson and Ohio State. Florida State, which plays Saturday at Clemson, moved up to No. 5.
The SEC set a record for most schools in the poll with eight -- Alabama, No. 6 LSU, No. 7 Texas A&M, No. 11 South Carolina, No. 14 Missouri, No. 15 Georgia, No. 22 Florida and No. 24 Auburn.
Jeremy Lin, whose parents emigrated from Taiwan to the U.S. in the 1970s, had 17 points to help Houston beat Indiana 107-98 in an exhibition game played before a sellout crowd of 13,686 in Taipei.
Sebastian Vettel won the Japanese Grand Prix but will have to wait to seal a fourth straight Formula One title as nearest rival Fernando Alonso placed fourth. Vettel led a Red Bull one-two ahead of teammate Mark Webber by 7.1 seconds at the 3.608-mile Suzuka circuit.
Kalif Alhassan scored late in the first half, and Portland (13-5-14) held on for a 1-0 victory over visiting Seattle (15-11-6), denying the Sounders a chance to clinch a playoff berth. The Timbers took over first in the Western Conference, while Seattle fell to third.
John Velazquez broke Pat Day's career earnings record for jockeys. Velazquez placed second in the ninth race aboard Bit Bustin at Belmont Park (N.Y.). Bit Bustin earned $15,400, lifting Velazquez's total to $297,922,320. Day retired in 2005 with $297,914,839.
Novak Djokovic outlasted Juan Martin del Potro 6-1, 3-6, 7-6 (3) in the Shanghai Masters final. The Serb completed a back-to-back sweep of titles at the China Open in Beijing and the Shanghai Masters for the second straight year. He's won seven titles overall in China.
Lexi Thompson won the LPGA Malaysia by four shots, the 18-year-old's second tour title. She finished at 19-under 265 at the Kuala Lumpur course. Shanshan Feng (67) was second.
Dennis Kimetto broke the course record in winning the Chicago Marathon, and Rita Jeptoo was the women's winner in the first major marathon in the U.S. since the Boston bombings in April. Kimetto finished 26.2 miles in 2:03:45, while Jeptoo was timed in 2:19:57.