Wednesday, October 19, 2011
Big 12 by the numbers: Week 8
By ESPN.com staff
Here's the story of the Big 12 this week, as told by calculators.
2: Teams in the national top seven in total offense that are not members of the Big 12. (Oregon, Houston).
326: Career catches for Oklahoma receiver Ryan Broyles, 10 more than any player in NCAA history.
263: Career catches for Houston receiver Tyron Carrier, the closest active player to Broyles.
249: Career catches for Baylor receiver Kendall Wright, No. 3 on the active list.
27: Penalties for Oklahoma in six games, seven fewer than any other team in the Big 12.
31: Plays from scrimmage longer than 10 yards for Missouri running back Henry Josey, the most of any player in the Big 12.
3: Sacks allowed by Oklahoma and Texas A&M, the fewest in the Big 12 and third-fewest nationally.
17: Sacks allowed by Texas, the most in the Big 12.
434: Rushing yards allowed by Texas A&M, the fewest in the Big 12 and fifth-fewest nationally.
581: Rushing yards allowed in six games by Kansas State, the second-fewest in the Big 12.
3,008: Rushing yards allowed in 13 games by Kansas State in 2010, the most in FBS.
48: Tackles for loss by Oklahoma and Missouri, tied for the most in the Big 12.
12: Fumbles forced by Texas Tech, three more than any other team in the Big 12.
35.4: Third-down conversion percentage by Missouri, the lowest in the Big 12.
1: Field goal missed by Oklahoma this season.
14: Field goals made by Oklahoma this season, the second-most in the FBS.