16 Craziest College Football Stats from BCS Era

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16 Craziest College Football Stats from BCS Era
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Arizona State's Terrell Suggs in 2001.

Though the BCS scheme itself has been referred to as crazy, the 16 seasons it dominated college football resulted in some of the wildest stats in history.

The era paid witness to a dramatic rise in the popularity of the game, creating a financial windfall that raised the stakes for everyone with a hand in the pot.  This wave of opportunity coincided with an unprecedented offensive explosion, spurred on by the need to manipulate the BCS computers with style points.

It all added up to one of the most exciting periods in history, producing some record statistics.  Though there are hundreds of numbers worth revisiting, here is just one crazy stat from each of the 16 years of the BCS era.

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