Best numbers from Week 13
From Stanford’s Ty Montgomery tying a school record to Wyoming's 793-yard output, these were the most eye-popping numbers from Week 13:
Stanford’s Ty Montgomery matched a school record with five touchdowns in the Cardinal’s 63-13 win against California. He scored the first four times he touched the ball.
Eastern Washington’s Vernon Adams threw five touchdown passes – including one with 31 seconds to play -- in the Eagles’ 42-41 win against Portland State to set the Big Sky record for TD passes with 46. He also set school records for passing yards (4,059) and total offense (4, 550).
Eastern Illinois’ Jimmy Garoppolo threw for 477 yards and six touchdowns in the Panthers’ 70-22 victory against Tennessee-Martin. Adam Drake had 225 receiving yards and three TDs and Jeff LePak has 196 yards and two TDs.
Navy’s Keenan Reynolds set an NCAA record by rushing for seven touchdowns in the Midshipmen’s 58-52, three overtime victory against San Jose State. Reynolds has 26 touchdowns on the year, one shy of tying the NCAA mark.
Fresno State’s Derek Carr threw for a school-record seven touchdowns in the Bulldogs’ 69-28 win against New Mexico. He passed for 527 yards.
Havard beat Yale 34-7 for its seventh consecutive win in The Game. The Crimson have won 12 of the past 13 games overall. Harvard’s Paul Stanton scored four touchdowns to tie a record in the 138-year history of the series.
Alabama defeated Chattanooga 49-0 for its 10th shutout of an opponent during the past three seasons, twice as many as the next-closest team in the span (Florida State).
Wisconsin defeated Minnesota 20-7 for its 10th consecutive win against the Gophers, the longest win streak by either team in the 123-game history of the rivalry.
Eastern Washington’s Cooper Kupp set an FCS record with a touchdown in his 12th consecutive game. He also caught a TD with 31 seconds left in what would be an Eagles’ 42-41 win against Portland State.
California lost to Stanford 63-13, marking its 14th consecutive game of allowing at least 30 points. That’s the longest streak by a power conference team.
Ohio State defeated Indiana 42-14 to win its 23rd consecutive game, a school record.
Miami (Fla.) turned four turnovers into 28 points in the Hurricanes’ 45-26 win against Virginia. Two of the turnovers led directly to touchdowns.
Baylor lost to Oklahoma State by 32 points, the third-largest margin of defeat by a top-four team in BCS history.
Washington’s Bishop Sankey ran for three touchdowns in the Huskies’ 69-27 win against Oregon State to match the school record for career rushing TDs with 34.
Alabama’s AJ McCarron won his 36th game to become the winningest quarterback in Crimson Tide history. Alabama defeated Chattanooga 49-0.
Baylor lost to No. 11 Oklahoma State 49-17, its 37th consecutive loss against AP-ranked opponents.
Texas A&M’s Johnny Manziel completed just 39 percent of his passes (16 of 41) in the Aggies’ 34-10 loss to LSU, the first time in his career that he did not complete at least 50 percent of his passes.
Boston College’s Nat Freese kicked a 52-yard field goal as time expired to give the Eagles a 29-26 victory against Maryland.
South Carolina defeated Coastal Carolina 70-10 for the most points scored in Steve Spurrier’s nine seasons as head coach. Connor Shaw became the winningest quarterback in Gamecocks history with 25.
North Carolina defeated Old Dominion 80-20 to set an all-time record for points. The Tar Heels also set records for touchdowns with 11 and total yards with 721.
Clemson’s Tajh Boyd threw five touchdown passes in the Tigers’ 52-6 win against The Citadel to give him 102 for his career.
Oklahoma defeated Kansas State 41-31 to give head coach Bob Stoops his 158th victory, the most in school history.
Oklahoma’s Brennan Clay rushed for a career-high 200 yards in the Sooners’ 41-31 win against Kansas State. He scored two touchdowns.
Western Kentucky’s Antonio Andrews ran for 204 yards in the Hilltoppers’ 38-7 win against Texas State. He scored three touchdowns.
Boston College’s Andre Williams rushed for 263 yards in the Eagles’ 29-26 win against Maryland. He became the 16th player in NCAA history to top 2,000 yards in a single season.
Kansas State’s Tyler Lockett had a school-record 278 yards receiving in the Wildcats’ 41-31 loss to Oklahoma. He also had a school-record 440 yards of total offense and scored three touchdowns.
Georgia Southern ran for 429 yards, all of the team’s offense, in its 26-20 win against Florida. It’s the most rushing yards the Gators have allowed since the 1996 Fiesta Bowl when Nebraska gained 524. The Eagles became the first team this season to beat an FBS team without completing a pass (0-for-3).
Washington State’s Connor Halliday passed for 488 yards in the Cougars’ 49-37 win again Utah. He threw for four touchdowns.
Washington had 530 yards rushing in its 69-27 win against Oregon State. The Huskies had three players rush for more than 140 yards: Bishop Sankey (179), Deontae Cooper (166) and Dwayne Washington (141).
Wyoming gained 793 total yards in its 59-56 overtime win against Hawaii, a Mountain West record and the second-most by a team in the NCAA this season. Quarterback Brett Smith accounted for a conference record 640 yards of total offense, the most by an individual player this season, and a school-record seven touchdowns. He’s the 10th player in FBS history with at least 400 passing yards (498) and 100 rushing yards (142) in a single game.