NO.   FACTOID
(-1.3)

Average punt return yardage by Oregon opponents this season. No, seriously, the Ducks have had only three punts against them and have held foes to minus-4 total yards. Insane. 

2

Number of Oregon State defensive players who lead the nation in a statistical category. Sophomore lineman Scott Crichton paces the country with 1.6 sacks per game, posting 8.0 – all solo sacks – in his first five games while defensive back Jordan Poyer, who has four interceptions in the past two weeks, is first nationally with 1.0 picks per contest. 

3

Forced fumbles by Rutgers LB Khaseem Greene in a narrow win against Syracuse. Greene also had 14 tackles, 1.5 sacks and added an interception while helping the Scarlet Knights to a 6-0 record, their best start since 2006. 

4

Number of unbeaten FCS teams after the top-four teams in the country fell on Saturday. Lehigh leads the way along with Cal Poly, Tennessee State and Harvard which are now the only FCS squads with perfect records. 

5

Number of teams -- including two from the SEC -- with at least a plus-2 turnover margin through the first seven weeks of the season. Four of the teams – Alabama (6-0), Mississippi State (6-0), Rutgers (6-0) and Ohio (7-0) – are undefeated this season while the other – Louisiana Tech (5-1) – was on the wrong end of a video game-like 59-57 contest last weekend. 

6

Total number of non-offensive touchdowns scored by DIII Salve Regina’s Phil Terio after he returned a kickoff 93 yards last weekend. The sophomore defensive back already had a punt return for a TD and four interception returns for scores this fall – a NCAA record of its own – before getting SRC in the scoring column Saturday. 

7

Total points DIII Mount Union has allowed opponents this season. The Purple Raiders posted their fifth consecutive shutout this past weekend, and have now outscored opponents 310-7 through six games, including not giving up a single point for the past 313 minutes, 50 seconds of game time. 

9

DII Shippensburg QB Zach Zulli tied the PSAC single-game record with nine TD passes and set school single-game marks for completions (46), attempts (61) and yards (581; third-most in PSAC single-game history). His top receiver set school single-game marks with 18 catches, 288 yards receiving and five TDs. The reception and touchdown marks tied PSAC single-game records.

15

Combined touchdown passes thrown by Tennessee-Martin’s Derek Carr (7) and Murray State’s DJ McNeil (8) in a 66-59 MSU victory. Carr threw for 560 yards while McNeil had 537 yards through the air. 

16

Consecutive SEC games Mississippi lost before knocking off Auburn on Saturday. The Rebels hadn’t won in conference play since 2010 but came away with a 41-20 victory against the struggling Tigers. 

17

FCS Missouri State entered play last Saturday without having scored a single fourth-quarter point in its first six games this season. The Bears mustered just 283 yards of total offense against South Dakota, but 173 of that total came in the final quarter while scoring 17 points in the final five-and-a-half minutes to win its first game of the season. 

47

Career TD passes by FCS Eastern Kentucky’s T.J. Pryor. He broke the school record formerly held by Jim Guice and topped the previous career completions mark of 478 set by Josh Greco.  

47.7

Ridiculously high average per kickoff return by Kent State’s Dri Archer, who easily leads the nation. Archer has returned 11 kickoffs this season for 525 yards, including three that he’s taken back for touchdowns. Oh, and how’s this for a kicker: he had 222 rushing yards and threw a 24-yard TD pass last weekend in a 31-17 win against Army. Nuts; that’s just plain nuts.

72

Number of career touchdowns by Wisconsin’s Montee Ball, who passed Badger great Ron Dayne for the Big Ten career lead. Ball had 247 yards and three scores against Purdue to reach the mark, which stands third in NCAA history. 

75

Number of FBS teams that have fewer interceptions than Fresno State’s Phillip Thomas, who leads the country with six picks. Thomas has returned two for touchdowns and is second nationally with 0.86 interceptions per game. 

177

Rushing yards by Florida’s Jeff Driskel in a 31-17 victory against Vanderbilt. His mark set the Florida single-game rushing record by a quarterback. The previous record holder? Perhaps you’ve taken a picture in his famous pose: Tim Tebow.

319

Rushing yards by DIII Sul Ross State's Dominique Carson in a wild 70-65 win last weekend. The senior running back averaged 14.5 yards on each of his 22 carries, including a 70-yard jaunt. He added six touchdowns on the ground and had three catches for 99 yards and two more scores in the combined 135-point affair. 

402

Career points by Florida State place-kicker Dustin Hopkins, who broke the ACC all-time scoring mark Saturday when he had three field goals, including a season-long 51-yarder, and four extra points. Hopkins, who has 75 field goals now (five shy of the ACC record), is now fifth all-time in NCAA history for points.

499

Passing yards by Texas Tech QB Seth Doege, who helped the Red Raiders upset then-No. 5 West Virginia 49-14. He was 32 for 42 and had a six touchdowns through the air. 

4,216

Career rushing yards by DII Winona State running back Rayon Simmons, who set the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference (NCIS) all-time mark last weekend at Wayne State (Neb.) when he rushed for 94 yards on 25 carries, surpassing the previous mark set in 2003.