0 — Lost fumbles for UNLV in eight games this season, the only FBS team that can make that claim. At the opposite end of the spectrum is Eastern Michigan, which has lost 14 in 2014.
0 — Games UCF has lost in American Athletic Conference play, vs. 11 wins. The Knights are the only AAC team to have never lost a game in that conference’s brief history.
2 — Times this season, in seven games, SMU has scored more than six points in a single game, including the 48-10 loss to Memphis. The winless Mustangs are averaging exactly seven points per game,with a high-water mark of 24 in Week 6.
2-5 — Whatever it means, that’s the record of teams the next game after playing Navy this season. Rutgers and Temple are the only ones to avoid “The Curse of the Middies” in 2014.
3.07 — Yards per play Maryland averaged in its ugly 52-7 loss to Wisconsin.
4 — 200-yard rushing games for Nebraska’s Ameer Abdullah this season; no other back at the FBS level has more than two. The running back also totaled a school-record 341 all-purpose yards (225 rushing, 26 receiving, 90 on kickoff returns) in NU’s 42-24 win over Rutgers (previous record: 321 for Roy Helu Jr. vs. Missouri in 2010).
4 — Quarterbacks Vanderbilt has started this season, the only school that has had to reach that deep into its depth chart at the position. Utah State will hit that mark in Week 10 as the Aggies lost their third starter of the year to injury, while SMU could very well reach the same number the same week.
4.6 — Number of receptions per game East Carolina’s Justin Hardy needs to average over the next five contests to break the FBS record of 349 career receptions set by Oklahoma’s Ryan Broyles. Hardy is averaging 8.7 catches per game in 2014 and 7.6 for his career.
5 — First-quarter lost fumbles by Pittsburgh, tying the one-quarter FBS record set by East Carolina (1980) and San Diego State (1982). Pitt finished with six lost fumbles — on seven total fumbles — in its 56-28 loss to Georgia Tech.
7 — Games in which Dak Prescott has thrown for 200-plus yards to start the season, the first Mississippi State player to accomplish that feat in the football program’s 115-year history.
10-0 — Stanford’s record under David Shaw coming off a loss.
11.2 — Yards per carry for true freshman Mike Boone as he rushed for a career-high 212 yards in Cincinnati’s 34-17 win over USF Friday night.
13 — Different players who caught passes in TCU’s 82-27 evisceration of Texas Tech. No player caught more than four passes.
15.6 — Yards per completion Blake Frohnapfel averaged in throwing for 438 yards and five touchdowns in UMass’ 42-35 loss to Toledo.