A statistical look at Saturday’s college football action:
1: Point margin that No. 10 Miami lost by at home against No. 23 Florida State. The Hurricanes missed a PAT in the fourth quarter.
1: Postponement for a Top 25 team due to Hurricane Matthew. No. 18 Florida will host LSU on Sunday.
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4: Games where both teams were ranked in the Top 25.
6: Houston’s rank before its 46-40 loss at unranked Navy.
6: Touchdown passes for Washington sophomore Jake Browning, a school record, in a 70-21 win at Oregon.
7: Top 25 teams to lose Saturday: No. 6 Houston, No. 9 Tennessee, No. 10 Miami, No. 15 Stanford, No. 16 Arkansas, No. 17 North Carolina and No. 21 Colorado. Three were to unranked teams, two to higher-ranked teams and two to lower-ranked teams.
9: Rushing touchdowns scored by Michigan in a 78-0 victory at Rutgers. Four different players had two each.
12: Consecutive losses for Washington to Oregon before Saturday’s 70-21 victory in Eugene, Ore. The Huskies are 6-0.
18: Receptions for East Carolina’s Zay Jones in a 38-22 loss at South Florida. Jones finished with 145 yards and a touchdown.
72: Consecutive PATs made by Miami’s Michael Badgley before having one blocked by Florida State.
78: Points scored by Michigan in a shutout victory at Rutgers.
224: Rushing yards for Kent State quarterback Nick Holley in a 44-20 win at Buffalo. Holley ran for more yards than any player Saturday, running backs included, and scored four times on the ground. His total led all Division I players.
232: Receiving yards for Oklahoma’s Dede Westbrook in a 45-40 victory over visiting Texas in the Red River Rivalry. His total led all Division I players.
504: Passing yards for Texas Tech’s Patrick Mahomes II in a 44-38 loss to host Kansas State. His total led all Division I players.
Compiled by Noel Harris