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Courtney Martinez | | November 18, 2015

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81 Keenan Reynolds ran his way into the record books against SMU on Saturday and broke the record for most career rushing touchdowns. Reynolds scored his 78th career rushing touchdown on Navy’s first possession of the game with a 4-yard touchdown. Reynolds tied former Wisconsin back Montee Ball’s record of 77 two weeks ago against, but now has sole possession of the record with 81. Reynolds added three more touchdowns in Navy’s win over SMU to extend the record and finished with 137 rushing yards on 14 carries. So far in 2015, Reynolds has rushed for 17 touchdowns in nine games, which ties for second in FBS and only behind Derrick Henry's 19 touchdowns in 10 games.

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3 LSU suffered its second loss in a row with a stunning upset to Arkansas in Death Valley. It is only the third time under Les Miles that the Tigers have lost back-to-back games, dropping the record to 27-3 during Miles' tenure. The Razorbacks have been involved in all three streaks and have handed LSU its second loss after the Ole Miss game in 2008 and last year after the Alabama game. This year was also just the third time LSU has lost a night game in Tiger Stadium over the last two seasons.

6 Jake Rudock tossed a school-record six touchdowns in the Wolverines’ double overtime win against Indiana. Rudock is only the third player in Michigan history with more than 500 total yards in a game, joining Denard Robinson and Devin Gardner. The quarterback completed 33 of his 46 pass attempts and rushed for 64 yards. Four of Rudock’s six touchdowns were completed to Jehu Chesson, who tied the school record for most touchdown catches in a single game.

20 Houston overcame a 20-point deficit in the fourth quarter to defeat Memphis and keep its undefeated hopes alive. Entering Saturday, no team that trailed by at least 20 points in the fourth quarter had rallied to win this season, according to ESPN Stats and Info. The Cougars were also the last team to accomplish that large of a comeback in their bowl win last season against Pittsburgh. The game against Memphis is the third longest comeback in program history, just behind 24-point deficit in the Armed Forces Bowl and a 27-point deficit against Louisiana Tech back in 2011.

30 Ohio State set the FBS record for most consecutive conference wins on Saturday with its 30th straight win over a Big Ten opponent. The Buckeyes surpassed the previous record across all current conferences set by Florida State from 1992-95. Ohio State now holds five of the six longest conference winning streaks in Big Ten history. The team can set the school record for most consecutive wins when it hosts rival Michigan State. Much of the success during the current streak can be contributed Ezekiel Elliott, who recorded his 20th career game with at least 100 rushing yards. Elliott is now tied for second with Eddie George in that category.

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511 Ever since its loss against Texas, the Oklahoma Sooners’ offense hasn’t missed a beat. The Sooners combined for 511 total yards in their 44-34 win over Big 12 rival Baylor. It was the fifth consecutive game that Oklahoma has put up at least 500 yards of total offense. It’s no surprise much of this success can be attributed to the play of Sooners quarterback Baker Mayfield, who scored four touchdowns in the win. Mayfield now has seven games this season where he has combined for four touchdowns, which is tied with TCU’s Trevone Boykin for that mark in the nation.

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5 Deshaun Watson became the fifth Clemson quarterback to rush for 500-plus yards in a single season. ... 9 The Crimson Tide combined for nine sacks against Dak Prescott in their win over Mississippi State on Saturday. ... Washington State snapped nine game losing streak to ranked opponents. ... 9.1 Oregon averaged 9.1 points per play in the upset win over Stanford. ... 10 Iowa Hawkeyes are 10-0 for the first time in program history and can clinch their division against Purdue. ... 14 Sterling Shepard caught a career-best 14 passes against Baylor. ... 17 Oklahoma State erased a 17-point deficit for the second time this season with the comeback over Iowa State. ... 19 Utah and Arizona failed to score in the final 19 minutes of regulation. ... 125 The Tar Heels have scored program record 125 points over their last two outings. ... 242 Syracuse rushed for the most yards against Clemson this season with 242. ... 700 Arkansas and Florida both recorded their program's 700th win. ... 1,000 Iowa State RB Mike Warren became the first Cyclones' freshman to rush for 1,000 in a season with his 73 yards against Oklahoma State. ... 1914 North Carolina has won nine straight games for first time since 1914... 1987 Michigan has not lost a game to Indiana since Oct. 24, 1987.

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