A statistical snapshot of the week that was in college football…
.886 — Percentage of plays that have been rushing attempts for Navy (537 of 606) in 2015, the highest in the FBS.
.9 — Yards per carry South Carolina averaged on 23 carries in a 24-14 loss to Florida.
2 — Number of players who caught passes for Northern Illinois in its Thursday night win over Buffalo. Aregeros Turner hauled in a career-high nine passes for 49 yards, while Kenny Golladay totaled six receptions for 141 yards and a pair of touchdowns.
6 — School-record passing touchdowns for Jake Rudock in Michigan’s double-overtime win over Indiana. Four of those went to Jehu Chesson, which tied a school record as well.
7 — Career punt returns for touchdowns by North Carolina’s Ryan Switzer, one off the FBS record of eight held by Oklahoma’s Antonio Perkins and Texas Tech’s Wes Welker.
13 — Players who were credited with at least one carry in Navy’s 55-14 win over SMU.
15 — Consecutive 100-yard rushing games for Ohio State’s Ezekiel Elliott, the top such streak in the country.
21 — Teams that have multiple national championships and produced at least one Heisman winner: Alabama, Army, Auburn, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, LSU, Miami (Fla.), Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Penn State, Pittsburgh, SMU, TCU, Texas, Texas A&M and USC.
23 — Consecutive games in which TCU has scored a first-quarter touchdown. It’s the second-longest streak the last 20 years, behind only Stanford’s 25 straight from 2009-11.
28 — Consecutive regular season conference games in which Ohio State has scored at least 20 points, the longest active streak among Power Five schools. Georgia Tech and TCU are next at 20 straight.
28 — Interceptions Maryland has thrown this season. The next closest is Charlotte with 21.
31 — Including the Week 11 matchup with Virginia Tech, the number of Thursday night ESPN games Georgia Tech has appeared in, the most of any FBS team. 23 of those games were played at Bobby Dodd Stadium, also the most at this level. Tech’s opponent this past Thursday, Virginia Tech, is next at 30 total appearances.
32 — Wins for Stanford’s Kevin Hogan and Michigan State’s Connor Cook, the most of any active FBS quarterbacks. Wisconsin’s Joel Stave and Navy’s Keenan Reynolds are next with 29 each.
55 — Different mascot headgears Lee Corso has donned making his selections on ESPN‘s College GameDay show after picking Baylor to beat Oklahoma.
78— MAC head-coaching wins for Ohio’s Frank Solich, moving him past Bowling Green’s Doyt Perry‘s 77 from 1955-64 and into fourth place on the conference’s all-time list. Next up is the 79 by Marshall’s Bob Pruett (1997-03).
98 — Yards on a touchdown run by Josh Adams against Wake Forest, the longest play from scrimmage in Notre Dame history
134 — Touchdowns allowed by the Alabama defense since 2009, the fewest in the FBS. Florida is next with 174, followed by LSU’s 179.
227 — Games Memphis has gone without returning a kickoff for a touchdown. The last one came in November of 1996 against Tennessee.
230 — Rushing yards for Marlon Mack in USF’s upset of Temple that made the Bulls bowl-eligible. Mack averaged 11 yards on his 21 carries.
238 — Rushing yards for Jordan Howard in Indiana’s loss to Michigan.
244 — Career-high rushing yards for Appalachian State’s Jalin Moore. The freshman came into the win over Idaho with 203 career yards to his credit.
248 — Career-high rushing yards for Texas Tech’s DeAndre Washington in a 15-point win over Kansas State. Washington’s previous best was 188 in a Week 4 loss to TCU.
271 — Career-high passing yards for Karson Roberts in a win over Utah State, the most by an Air Force quarterback since 1989 (Dee Dowis, 306 vs. Notre Dame). This was the first time Roberts had passed for 200 or more yards; his previous career-high was 156, set just last weekend.
281 — Career-high receiving yards for Boise State’s Thomas Sperbeck in the loss to New Mexico.
292 — Combined rushing yards for Chase Price (152) and Donnel Pumphrey (140) in San Diego State’s 38-3 win over Wyoming.
402 — Career points for UCLA kicker Ka’imi Fairbairn, breaking the Pac-12 record of 390 set by fellow Bruin kicker John Lee from 1982-85.
405 — Career-high passing yards for Jake Browning in Washington’s come-from-ahead loss to Arizona State. The true freshman also tossed a career-high three interceptions.
453 — Season-high passing yards for Cal’s Jared Goff. The junior also tossed a career-high six touchdowns in the 54-24 win over Oregon State.
461 — Career-high yards of total offense (361 passing, 105 rushing) for Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson in the win over Syracuse.
471 — Career-high passing yards for Nick Arbuckle in Georgia State’s 41-19 win over Texas State. It’s the second time this season and fifth in his career he’s gone over 400 yards in a single game.
493 — Points through nine games for Baylor, the third-best nine-game stretch to a start a season behind only 2013 Baylor (551) and 1944 Army (504).
501 — Passing yards by three Southern Miss players (Nick Mullens, 386; Tyler Matthews, 109; Tyler Sarrazin, 6) in a 65-10 win over Rice. The three also combined for seven touchdowns, with Mullens tossing five of them.
503 — Career-high passing yards for Brett Rypien in Boise State’s loss to New Mexico. The true freshman had set his career-high the previous week with 469.
761 — Combined passing yards for Cincinnati’s Gunner Kiel (386) and Tulsa’s Dane Evans (375) in the Bearcats’ 49-38 win.
1,311 — Games played by Rutgers in its history, the most of any FBS program.
1916 — The last season Arkansas scored 50-plus points in back-to-back-to-back games, a streak that was ended by LSU Saturday.
1980 — The last time North Carolina started 6-0 in ACC play prior to this season.