November 13, 2011 in Sports

College football Saturday

Associated Press
 

Stars

Brandon Weeden, Oklahoma State, threw for 423 yards and five TDs to lead the No. 2 Cowboys over Texas Tech 66-6 for the first 10-0 start in school history.

Tajh Boyd, Clemson, threw for 343 yards and a pair of TDs to help the No. 9 Tigers rally for a 31-28 win over Wake Forest that clinched the ACC Atlantic Division title.

Kirk Cousins, Michigan State, threw for 260 yards and three TDs to lead the 13th-ranked Spartans to a 37-21 win over Iowa.

Aaron Murray, Georgia, threw for 224 yards and four TDs in the No. 14 Bulldogs’ 45-7 win over No. 24 Auburn.

• Dan Persa, Northwestern, threw for career highs of 372 yards and four TDs in a 28-6 win over Rice.

Geno Smith, West Virginia, threw for 372 yards and led a fourth-quarter touchdown drive that rallied the Mountaineers to a 24-21 victory over No. 23 Cincinnati.

Collin Klein, Kansas State, threw for a career-high 281 yards and scored on a sneak in the fourth overtime for his sixth touchdown of the game, giving the No. 17 Wildcats a dramatic 53-50 victory over Texas A&M.

Rodney Stewart, Colorado ran for 181 yards and three TDs and threw for another, helping the Buffaloes avoid their first winless season at 87-year-old Folsom Field with a 48-29 victory against Arizona.

Robert Griffin III, Baylor, threw for 312 yards and had three TD passes in a furious fourth-quarter comeback to help the Bears escape with a 31-30 victory when Kansas failed on a 2-point conversion in overtime.

John White, Utah, rushed for 167 yards and scored three TDs to lift the Utes to a 31-6 victory over UCLA.

Numbers

6 – Field goals by Appalachian State’s Drew Stewart in a win over Western Carolina, a school record.

9 – Straight years Utah has been bowl eligible.

22 – Years since Michigan State had beaten Iowa before a 37-21 victory in Iowa City.

27 – Touchdowns by Wisconsin’s Montee Ball this season to break the Big Ten record of 26 held by three others.

66 – Points allowed by Texas Tech in its 60-point loss to No. 3 Oklahoma State, most in school history.

93 – Receptions this season by Rutgers’ Mohamed Sanu, breaking the Big East record of 92 set by Larry Fitzgerald of Pittsburgh in 2003.

154 – Career catches by Arkansas’ Jarius Wright, breaking Anthony Eubanks’ school record by one.

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