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0

Number of touchdowns by Georgia Tech against BYU. The Cougars (5-4) recovered from a three-point loss at No. 5 Notre Dame the week before by holding Georgia Tech's triple-option attack without a rushing TD for the first time in two years and without an offensive score for the first time since 2008.

1

Number of teams in the country with four wins against AP top-25 squads this fall. Notre Dame became the only team to do it – including two wins on the road against top-10 teams -- after it dismantled Oklahoma at home, handing coach Bob Stoops only his fifth loss in 84 home contests. 

2

Amazingly, the number of 100-yard kickoff returns by Utah’s Reggie Dunn in a rout of California. Dunn had one previous 100-yard return and is believed to be only the second player in FBS history to have three 100-yard kickoff returns in a career. 

3

Number of 200-plus-yard single-game receivers during FBS action last weekend. USC’s Marqise Lee had 345 yards for the most in FBS this season, while Arizona’s Austin Hill had 259 in the same game for the winning team. Sammy Watkins started the Week of the Receiver with a Clemson school-record 202 yards on Thursday night despite not starting the game after being 3 minutes late to a team meeting. 

5.0

Total sacks by Western Kentucky’s Quanterus Smith on Saturday, the highest mark in the nation this fall. All five of his sacks against FIU were of the solo variety. 

5

Number of previously undefeated teams that lost for the first time during Week 9, led by then-No. 3 Florida and then-No. 7 Oregon State

7

Number of passes defended (6 pass breakups, 1 interception) by Minnesota’s Michael Carter as the Golden Gophers stopped Purdue last weekend. Carter had just eight total passes defended in UM’s first seven games combined before shutting down the Boilermakers. 

8

Consecutive losses this season by Southern Miss as the only FBS qualifying team without a victory this year. Massachusetts is also 0-8 this year, but is reclassifying from FCS and not eligible for postseason. 

20

Number of consecutive passes Logan Hallock completed to start his collegiate career, passing for two touchdowns in Appalachian State’s 38-27 victory against Western Carolina on Saturday.

21

Number of crowds for an FBS game this season to exceed 100,000 fans in attendance, including the 107,818 on hand for the Penn State-Ohio State game Saturday. 

24

Consecutive wins Division III Mount Union owns in the series against Heidelberg after a 33-14 victory Saturday. The Student Princes scored first, snapping a streak of six consecutive shutouts by the Purple Raider defense, but still have yet to beat MUC since 1988. 

46

Consecutive losses by Duke against AP ranked teams after falling at Florida State on Saturday. The last time the Blue Devils, who are already bowl eligible this season, beat a ranked team was 1994 against Virginia.  

48

Consecutive wins by Boise State in the month of October. The last time the Broncos lost in the month was the first weekend of October 2001 when they fell to Rice, a span of almost 12 seasons.  

81

Number of career field goals for Florida State’s Dustin Hopkins, who broke the ACC record. He added a career-best 56-yarder – the fourth-longest in FBS action this year – in the Noles win against Duke. 

102

Offensive plays by Iowa State, which is not known as a prolific offense, against Baylor on Saturday. The Cyclones ran the fourth-highest amount of plays in a game this season, while posting 557 yards against the nation’s worst defense. 

345

Total receiving yards by Southern California’s Marqise Lee, the fifth-highest single-game total in FBS history. Lee’s total came on 16 catches while helping QB Matt Barkley to a career-best 493 passing yards despite the Trojans losing 38-35 to Arizona. 

512

Rushing yards as a team by Navy in a white-washing of East Carolina on Saturday. The total was the second-highest in FBS this season, trailing only Army’s 516-yard performance against Boston College, and topping Navy’s previous season high of 402 yards against VMI.

666

Total offense yards in one game by DII East Stroudsburg redshirt freshman QB Matt Soltes, who had the 10th-most yards of total offense in college football history, most yards of total offense in Division II this season (fourth-most in college football overall) and most yards of total offense by a freshman in college football history against LIU Post. Soltes was 26 for 42 for 535 yards and five touchdowns passing, and ran for 131 yards on 12 carries to break the PSAC record.

1,714

Combined total offense yards between Division III Hardin-Simmons and Sul Ross State, the most total offense yards in a single game in any division of college football ever. Hardin-Simmons set the division record with 914 yards of total offense in an 86-42 victory Saturday. 

14,031

Total offense yards by Oklahoma’s Landry Jones, the highest active total in the FBS. He crossed the 14,000-yard barrier Saturday with 356 yards through the air against Notre Dame, but was held without a passing touchdown for the first time this year and only eighth time in 46 games.