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4Duke’s Brandon Connette rushed for a career-high four TDs and threw for another in the Blue Devils’ 48-30 win against Miami (Fla.).
6North Carolina-Pembroke’s Luke Charles threw for school records of 433 yards and six touchdowns in the Braves’ 63-0 victory against Virginia-Lynchburg.
7Alabama defeated Mississippi State 20-7, the seventh consecutive game the Crimson Tide has held an opponent to 17 points or less. That is the longest active streak in the FBS.
20Illinois lost to Ohio State 60-35 for its 20th consecutive defeat in Big Ten games, the second-longest losing streak in conference history.  Northwestern lost 38 in a row from 1978-82.
27Kansas defeated West Virginia 31-19 to snap a 27-game Big 12 losing streak. James Sims rushed for 211 yards and three TDs for the Jayhawks.
40Florida State defeated Syracuse 59-8 to become the first ACC team to score at least 40 points in 10 consecutive games. The Seminoles are the first FBS team to score at least 59 points and allow 3 or fewer in consecutive games since they did it in 1988.
60Florida State tied a school record with six interceptions in its 59-3 win against Wake Forest. The Seminoles returned an INT and a fumble for touchdowns on consecutive plays and overall turned those turnovers into five TDs and a field goal as Florida State scored 30-plus points for the fifth consecutive time against the Demon Deacons.
62North Dakota State’s Brock Jensen threw four touchdown passes in the Bison’s 35-17 win against Youngstown State to become the school’s all-time leader in career TD passes with 62.
86Alabama head coach Nick Saban is now 9-4 in LSU-Alabama games (4-1 as head coach of LSU and 5-3 at Alabama).
97Clemson’s Tajh Boyd threw four touchdowns in the Tigers’ 55-31 victory against Georgia Tech to set an ACC record with 97 career TD passes. Rivers had 95 TD passes while at North Carolina State from 2000-03.
205Wisconsin’s James White rushed for a career-high 205 yards, including a school-record 93-yard touchdown run, in the Badgers’ 51-3 win against Indiana.
245Eastern Illinois’ Shepard Little rushed for 245 yards in the first quarter of the Panthers’ 52-14 win against Jacksonville State. He ran for three TDs and threw for another, all in the first quarter.
246Ohio State’s Carlos Hyde rushed for 246 yards in the Buckeyes’ 60-35 win against Illinois, tied with Archie Griffin for the third-most in school history. He scored four touchdowns.
339Boston College’s Andre Williams rushed for 339 yards in the Eagles’ 38-21 victory against NC State to set a school record and ACC single-game mark. He also set the ACC record for rushing yards in a season with 1,810.
405Cincinnati’s Brendon Kay threw for a career-high 405 yards and four TDs in the Bearcats’ 52-17 win against Rutgers.
465Heidelberg’s Cartel Brooks rushed for 465 yards to set an NCAA all-division record in a 42-14 win against Baldwin Wallace.
543Richmond’s Michael Strauss passed for 543 yards and five TDs, including the game-winner with four seconds left, in the Spiders’ 46-43 win against Delaware.
554Sacramento State’s Garrett Safron passed for 554 yards and four touchdowns in the Hornets’ 43-42 win against Portland State. He also ran for two touchdowns.
751Ole Miss set a school record with 751 yards of total offense in its 51-21 win against Troy. The previous record was 623 yards set in 1951 against Auburn.
1,264Abilene Christian and Prairie View combined for 1,264 yards of offense in the Wildcats’ 65-45 victory. Both quarterbacks – John David Barker of Abilene Christian and Jerry Lovelocke of Prairie View -- accounted for five touchdowns as 15 were scored in the game.
3,000Troy’s Corey Robinson passed for 258 yards in the Trojan’s 51-21 loss to Ole Miss to become just the fourth QB in NCAA history to pass for 3,000 yards in four consecutive seasons, joining Landry Jones, Kellen Moore and Timmy Chang.
4,012Eastern Illinois’ Jimmy Garoppolo threw for 169 yards in the Panthers’ 52-14 win against Jacksonville State to become the school’s single-season passing leader with 4,012 yards. He passed New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton for the mark.
16,432Tusculum’s Bo Cordell threw for 569 yards in a 49-42 victory against Mars Hill to set the Division II record for career total offense with 16,432 yards. He ranks fourth in total offense in NCAA all-division history.