College football stats: Best numbers from Week 10
5 Five undefeated teams saw their perfect records come to an end throughout Week 10. It started with Toledo's loss to Northern Illinois on Tuesday and didn’t stop there. Alabama rolled over LSU, Oklahoma State dominated TCU, Navy ran over Memphis and Nebraska stunned Michigan State with a controversial touchdown all on Saturday. The Horned Frogs (16), Tigers (15) and Spartans (12) had the second, third and fourth longest active FBS winning streaks respectively before their losses. Ohio State still holds the longest active winning streak at 22 games. Only six unbeaten teams are left heading into the final weeks of the season, with two [Baylor and Oklahoma State] having to face each other on Nov. 21.
6 Louisiana Tech’s Kenneth Dixon rushed for six touchdowns in the team’s 56-13 conference win over North Texas. Dixon set the new single-game record for Conference USA. He carried the football 22 times for 195 yards with an 8.9 yards per carry average and his longest touchdown went 55 yards. Dixon is now tied with Baylor WR Corey Coleman for the most points scored in 2015 and also tied Derrick Henry’s mark for most touchdowns rushing.
28 Will Fuller passed Jeff Samardzija and Golden Tate on Notre Dame's career touchdown receptions list with his three touchdowns in the Irish's 42-30 win against Pittsburgh. Fuller, who now has 28 career touchdowns, only trails Michael Floyd’s 38 TDs on list. Fuller also joins Samardzija and Tate as the only receivers to have multiple three-touchdown games in their careers. It was also the ninth 100-yard game for Fuller, who finished with 152 yards, and he ties Samardzija and Derrick Mayes for fourth in school history with the most 100-yard games.
31 Leonard Fournette finally met his match with Alabama’s defensive front seven, as he posted just 31 yards rushing. It was the first time this season Fournette, who has averaged 193.1 yards per game, failed to rush for at least 150 yards in a game. The Crimson Tide has allowed only 11 players to rush for more than 100 yards in a single game during Nick Saban's tenure and a nation-best 16 players dating back to 2005.
36.8 Wide receiver James Washington provided a huge contribution in Oklahoma State's win over TCU. Washington caught five passes against TCU for 184 yards, which averaged 36.8 yards per a reception. All three of his touchdowns went for at least 45 yards with receptions of 74, 50 and 48 yards. Washington completed his third straight game with at least 100 receiving yards and had the most yards for a wide receiver against TCU this season.
524 North Carolina’s Marquise Williams seemed unstoppable in the first half against rival Duke and put up record numbers for the Tar Heels on Saturday. The quarterback racked up 404 passing yards and three touchdowns of 49 yards or more through the first two quarters. Williams is the first quarterback with 400 or more passing yards in the first half since Purdue's Kyle Orton threw for over 400 yards against Indiana in 2004, according to ESPN Stats and Info. Williams would finish the game with five touchdowns and became the first ACC player to have over 500 yards of total offense in a game [524 yards]. Williams also set the school record for career touchdowns and single-game passing yards.
3 Arkansas tied the school record for most consecutive games scoring at least 50 points. ... 5 Temple has won five games on the road in a single-season for the first time in program history. ... 9 Clemson is 9-0 for first time since the program won the championship in 1981. ... 10 Florida won a game in which it scored less than 10 points for the first time since 1968. ... 14 Derrick Henry tied Tim Tebow's SEC streak for most consecutive games with a rushing touchdown. ... 17 Nebraska extended its streak to 17 straight wins in night games at Memorial Stadium. The Cornhuskers have lost only five night games at home. ... 24 WKU QB Brandon Doughty threw for a touchdown in his 24th straight game, tying TCU's Trevone Boykin for longest active streak in FBS. ... 29 Ohio State tied the mark set by Florida State from 1992-95 with its 29 straight conference win on Saturday. ... 74 Ralph Webb’s 74-yard touchdown was the longest for Vanderbilt since 2012. 100 Dak Prescott scored his 100th career touchdown, becoming the sixth SEC quarterback and third under Dan Mullen to reach the 100 mark ... 1,000 Corey Coleman surpassed the 1,000 receiving yards mark and is the first Baylor receiver to have multiple seasons of at least 1,000 yards. ...
Absolutely phenomenal performance from Brandon Allen tonight. Gutsy. pic.twitter.com/6jIhvaQ19v— Razorback Football (@RazorbackFB) November 8, 2015
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