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NO. 22 TEXAS A&M 59, NO. 23 LOUISIANA TECH 57  BOXSCORE
In one of the wildest games of the year, Texas A&M needed every one of QB Johnny Manziel's 576 total offense yards as it barely hung on for a two-point win against Louisiana Tech. Manziel, a freshman, broke the SEC single-game total offense record for the second time in three weeks by passing for nearly 400 yards and rushing 19 times for 181 more, including a 72-yarder. 
C-A-I YDS TD RUSH TD
Week 7 24-40-1 395 3 181 3
Season 128-190-3 1,680 14 676 10
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NO. 20 RUTGERS 23, SYRACUSE 15  BOXSCORE
Behind LB Khaseem Greene's 14 tackles, Rutgers held off Syracuse to remain undefeated at 6-0 and continue its best start to a season since 2006. He cemented his spot as Week 7's top defender by many media outlets by adding 1.5 sacks and forcing three fumbles. Oh, and as if he wasn't busy enough, he also intercepted a pass. 
S-A-TT SACK-YDS INT-YDS FF
Week 7 9-5-14 1.5-13 1-25 3
Season 38-25-63 3.5-27 2-58  4
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NO. 12 FLORIDA STATE 51, BOSTON COLLEGE 7  BOXSCORE
Dustin Hopkins became the ACC's all-time scoring leader as he pushed through three field goals, including a season-long 51-yarder, and added six extra points in the Seminoles' romp against Boston College. Hopkins now has 402 career points to rank fifth in NCAA history. His 75 field goals are just five shy of the ACC career mark by Maryland's Nick Novak, who also held the previous scoring record at 393 points.
FG-FGA LONG XP PTS
Week 7 3-3 51 6-6 15
Season 12-15 51 40-41 76