Saturday saw some truly unfathomable statistical performances, so let's run down the list of the remarkable.
Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III had another fine effort in what is becoming a legitimate Heisman campaign. He threw for 338 yards and five touchdowns without an interception as No. 15 Baylor trounced Rice 56-31. Those in itself are impressive, but it's his season numbers that are amazing. For the year, Griffin has 13 touchdown passes and 12 incompletions. It's little wonder he leads the nation in passer rating at 236.2.
Hawaii's Bryan Moniz had only four touchdown passes through the first three games, which is very un-Hawaii-like. He remedied that in a hurry on Saturday, by throwing for 424 yards and seven touchdowns. In the first half. Yes...in a half. He did not see action in the second half of Hawaii's 56-14 win over UC Davis.
Before last weeks' 204-yard effort, Oregon's LaMichael James had only gained 121 yards in two games against FBS teams. He broke out of that slump with a school-record 288 yards against the lowly Arizona Wildcats, leading the way to the Ducks' 56-31 win.
Giving some love to our boys in uniform, Air Force destroyed Tennessee State 63-24, a notable feat in itself, but looking at the yardage numbers it's a wonder they didn't hit 100. The Falcons amassed 792 yards of total offense, including 592 yards rushing (Georgia Tech laughs at that figure).