The weekly running back rankings are quickly turning into The LaMichael James Show.
Considering he's only played in seven games, that he leads all running backs in rushing yards and touchdowns is even more impressive.
In Oregon's 72-0 win over New Mexico in the season opener, a game James was suspended for, his backup Kenjon Barner had 207 total yards and five touchdowns—a feat you have to assume James could have matched.
He exploded for another outstanding performance against USC in Week 9, but he wasn't the only back to go off for a big day.
Here are the power rankings for the top 25 running backs heading into Week 10.