Inside The Numbers: Week Two Of College Football

Ned DuttonCorrespondent ISeptember 8, 2008

Week Two of College Football is in the books, so here's a look at some numbers from the week that was...

0: The Big Ten did not have any teams lose in Week Two.

4: Oregon had four RBs who ran for over 50 yards against Utah State.

6: Texas only had six third downs (in the entire game) against UTEP.

9-0: Tim Tebow improved his record to 9-0 when throwing for more than 250 yards.

11: Rudy Carpenter threw for more than 300 yards for the 11th time in his career.

13.2: Yards per attempted pass for Tulsa QB David Johnson this season.

16: Before Thursday, it had been 16 years since Vanderbilt had won a game against a ranked opponent.

20 (140): Georgia has 20 penalties (for 140 yards) through only two games this season.

51: Wisconsin scored 51 unanswered points against Marshall.

68:49: East Carolina has had the ball for 68:49 through two games.

208: Rice WR James Casey had 208 receiving yards against Memphis.

304: Notre Dame has not lost in 304 days.

532.5: Illinois is averaging 532.5 yards per game through two games (532 against Missouri, 533 against Eastern Illinois).

$5,000: The most expensive tickets for the OSU/USC game are selling for $5,000 per ticket on StubHub.com

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