Best numbers from Week 14
Furman’s Jarius Hollman had two non-offensive touchdowns in the Paladins’ 30-20 win against South Carolina State in the FCS playoffs. He scored on a 90-yard punt return and a 34-yard interception return.
Stanford’s Wayne Lyons intercepted two passes late in the fourth quarter in the Cardinal’s 27-20 win against Notre Dame. The INTs came on the Irish’s final two drives.
Baylor had three interceptions in its 41-38 win against TCU. The Bears returned two of the picks for touchdowns and intercepted the other in the end zone in the closing seconds.
Mississippi State beat Mississippi 17-10 in overtime to become bowl eligible for the fourth consecutive season, the longest streak in school history.
Alabama missed four field goals in its 34-28 loss to Auburn, the most field goals missed by an FBS team this season.
South Carolina defeated Clemson 31-17 for its fifth consecutive win against the Tigers and longest winning streak in the rivalry series.
Iowa State’s Grant Rohach accounted for five touchdowns -- four passing, one rushing -- in the Cyclone’s 52-44 three-overtime victory against West Virginia. He threw for a season-high 331 yards.
Maryland’s C.J. Brown accounted for five touchdowns -- three rushing, two passing -- in the Terrapins’ 41-21 win against NC State. Brown rushed for a season-high 138 yards and passed for 259 yards.
Southern Mississippi’s Nick Mullens accounted for six touchdowns -- a career-high five passing, one rushing -- in the Golden Eagles’ 62-27 win against UAB. He had three TD passes and a TD run in the third quarter to turn an eight-point deficit into a 20-point lead.
Indiana’s Tre Roberson threw a career-high six touchdown passes in the Hoosiers’ 56-36 win against Purdue. He passed for 273 yards and rushed for a career-high 154 yards.
UNLV’s Caleb Herring accounted for six touchdowns -- a school-record-tying five passing, one rushing -- in the Rebels’ 45-19 victory against San Diego State. Devante Davis caught four TDs, tying for most in a single game. He has 14 TDs in 2013, a school record.
St. Cloud State’s Phillip Klaphake accounted for six touchdowns -- four throwing, two rushing -- to lead the Huskies to a 54-48 victory against Minnesota State-Mankato in the Division II playoffs. He finished the game with 329 yards passing and 144 yards rushing.
Duke defeated North Carolina 27-25 for its 10th win of the season. The Blue Devils have won 10 games in a season for the first time in school history.
Troy’s Jordan Chunn scored two touchdowns in the Trojans’ 42-28 win against Texas State to set a school record for TDs by a freshman. He now has 14 on the season.
UCLA beat Southern California 35-14. The 21-point margin of victory is the Bruins’ largest against its crosstown rival since 1970.
Northern Illinois beat Western Michigan 33-14 to extend the nation’s longest active home winning streak to 26 games.
Colorado State’s Kapri Bibbs scored three touchdowns in the Rams’ 58-13 win against Air Force to give him 28 on the season, which leads all FBS players. It was his seventh game with three or more touchdowns, an FBS record.
Florida State has outscored opponents by 43.8 points per game this season, the largest by any team in the past 10 years. The FBS single-season record in 52.1 points set by Army in 1944.
Vanderbilt’s Jordan Matthews had 11 catches for 125 yards in the Commodores’ 23-21 win against Wake Forest, giving him 107 receptions this season to become the first SEC receiver to top 100 catches.
Auburn’s Tre Mason rushed for 164 yards in the Tigers’ 34-28 win against Alabama, the second-most against the Crimson Tide under head coach Nick Saban (Darren McFadden rushed for 195 yards in 2007).
Oregon’s Josh Huff had nine catches for 186 yards in the Ducks’ 36-35 victory against Oregon State. Huff caught three touchdown passes, including the game-winner with 29 seconds left.
Central Michigan’s Zurlon Tipton ran for 216 yards and four touchdowns in the Chippewas’ 42-10 win against Eastern Michigan.
Kansas State’s John Hubert ran for a career-high 220 yards in the Wildcats’ 31-10 victory against Kansas. He scored one touchdown.
Ohio State’s Carlos Hyde rushed for 226 yards in the Buckeyes’ 42-41 win against Michigan, the most ever by an Ohio State player against the Wolverines. He is the first Buckeye with two games of at least 225 yards rushing in a season.
UNLV’s Nolan Kohorst kicked six extra points and one field goal in the Rebels’ 45-19 win against San Diego State to become the school’s all-time leading scorer with 245 career points.
South Dakota State’s Zach Zenner rushed for 249 yards in the Jackrabbits’ 26-7 win against Northern Arizona in the FCS playoffs. He scored two touchdowns.
North Texas’ Brandin Byrd ran for 251 yards in the Mean Green’s 42-10 victory against Tulsa. He scored three touchdowns.
Boise State’s Jay Ajayi accounted for 252 yards -- 147 rushing, 105 receiving -- in the Broncos’ 45-17 win against New Mexico. He scored two touchdowns.
Fresno State’s Davante Adams caught 13 passes for 264 yards in the Bulldogs’ 62-52 loss to San Jose State. He scored three of QB Derek Carr's six touchdown passes. Carr threw for 519 yards.
Northern Illinois’ Jordan Lynch rushed for 321 yards in the Huskies’ 33-14 victory against Western Michigan. Lynch broke his single-game FBS rushing record for quarterbacks he set earlier this season.
Ball State’s Keith Wenning passed for 445 yards and six touchdowns in the Cardinals’ 55-14 victory against Miami (Ohio). Three players eclipsed 125 yards receiving: Jordan Williams (161), Willie snead (133) and Jamill Smith (127).
San Jose State’s David Fales threw for a school-record 547 yards and six touchdowns -- and ran for another score -- in the Spartans’ 62-52 victory against Fresno State. Three San Jose State players had more than 145 yards receiving: Tyler Winston (164), Kyle Nunn (160) and Chandler Jones (146).
Washington’s Bishop Sankey rushed for 200 yards in the Huskies’ 27-17 win against Washington State to become the school’s single-season rushing leader with 1,775 yards. He also set a school record with his 35th career rushing TD.