The MAC is the only conference with four teams with at least eight victories: Northern Illinois (9-1), Kent State (8-1), Ohio (8-1) and No. 23-ranked Toledo (8-1). It’s the first time since the final poll of 2001 that the Rockets have been ranked.
ACC losses in November for Virginia Tech — all against Miami (Fla.). The Hokies are now 25-3 in ACC games played in November after losing to the Canes for just the third time in the past 10 meetings.
Teams that picked up their second win of the year on Saturday: Army, Auburn, Buffalo, Florida Internationl, Alabama-Birmingham, UNLV and Wyoming.
Boise State trailed San Diego State 21-13 with 12:20 remaining in the fourth quarter Saturday, which marked the first time the Broncos had trailed by more than seven points since the 2007 Hawaii Bowl.
Personal foul penalties between No. 22 Louisiana Tech and Texas-San Antonio, including two on La. Tech coach Sonny Dykes.
Valparaiso ended its 19-game road losing streak with a 41-21 win at Campbell, as Jake Hutson ran for a career-high 248 yards and three TDs.
Points scored by Tennessee-Martin’s Quentin Sims and Jacksonville State’s Alan Bonner … in the same game. Both WRs had five TD catches as the Skyhawks outdueled the Gamecocks 49-47.
Minnesota-Duluth routed Mary 53-14 en route to its 39th consecutive NSIC home triumph, a run which dates to the the 2000 season.
Arkansas’ single-season receptions record, now held by Cobi Hamilton, who had 11 catches for 177 yards, eclipsing Jarius Wright’s mark of 66 catches. Hamilton has 69 catches for 1,077 yards — only 40 yards short of Wright’s school single-season record.
Years since Florida A&M failed to score an offensive touchdown before losing 16-3 to North Carolina A&T. The last time it happened to FAMU was 1938 — when MGM released its film version of Charles Dickens’s A Christmas Carol.
Kansas State scored two non-offensive TDs (kickoff and INT returns) against Oklahoma State. Since 1990, the Wildcats have scored 87 non-offensive TDs, the most in the nation during that span.
UW-Oshkosh has posted a nine-win season for the first time in the program’s 118 years. The Titans ran their winning streak to 11 while clinching the WIAC title outright.
Oklahoma’s Bob Stoops is now tied with Hall of Famer Bud Wilkinson for second on the all-time OU victory list behind Barry Switer (157).
Consecutive games in which Colorado had scored at Folsom Field before No. 15 Stanford blanked the Buffs 48-0. It was CU’s first home shutout loss since Nov. 15, 1986, against Oklahoma.
Single-game school-record yards rushing by Oregon’s Kenjon Barner — plus five TDs — during the second-ranked Ducks’ landmark offensive performance in a 62-51 victory against No. 18 Southern California.
DIII season-best kickoff return yards, on eight attempts including two TDs — both for 94 yards, by Worcester State’s Graham Asum in a 65-21 loss to Framingham State.
Nation-leading yards per game averaged by Big 12 teams — as well as 32.6 points per game, led by Kansas State’s conference-best 44.3 ppg.
St. Anselm QB Andrew Murphy became the fourth DII player to amass 600 yards in total offense as the Hawks defeated Seton Hill 52-45. Murphy finished with 612 yards passing and 12 yards rushing.
Tennessee’s Tyler Bray set career highs with 530 yards passing and five TDs to help the Vols outlast Troy 55-48 in a game that featured 1,439 combined yards in total offense — most in Tennessee history.
Army stopped a 13-game skid in service academy games and beat an archrival (Air Force) it had defeated just once in the previous 15 games. Most importantly, Army stayed in the hunt for its first Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy since 1996.
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