Helmet Stickers: Week 14

Posted by ESPN.com's Graham Watson

Ian Johnson, RB, Boise State: Rushed for 128 yards, his first 100-yard game of the season, and scored two touchdowns to tie the WAC record of 57 rushing touchdowns set by Marshall Faulk at San Diego State from 1991-93.

Colin Kaepernick, QB, Nevada: Threw for a season-high 397 yards on 24-of-42 passing with four touchdowns (tying a career high) to help Nevada rallied from a 31-14 deficit to win, 35-31, against Louisiana Tech.

James Casey, TE, Rice: Had a career day by catching three touchdown passes, scoring another on a 1-yard rush and throwing a 3-yard touchdown pass for the Owls. His 104 catches this season are a single-season conference record.

Andy Schmitt, QB, E. Mich: Broke the NCAA record (all divisions) for completions by completing 58-of-80 for 516 yards, five touchdowns and one interception. He also had a rushing touchdown.

Utah State defense: Held New Mexico State to minus-7 rushing yards and 156 yards of total offense. New Mexico State converted just 2 of 12 third down attempts.

Morgan Williams, RB, Toledo: Had 153 rushing yards, which accounted for almost all of Toledo's 196 yards of total offense in a 38-10 loss to Bowling Green in the final game of the season.

UAB defense: Recorded its first shutout in a Conference USA game in school history with a 15-0 victory over UCF.

Julian Edleman, QB, Kent State: Had 281 yards of total offense, including 167 rushing to help the Golden Flashes to a 24-21 upset win over Buffalo.

Willie Geter, RB, Bowling Green: Had 12 carries for 160 yards, including a 70-yard touchdown in a 38-10 win over Toledo.

Navy defense: Held Northern Illinois to 251 total yards and no points to notch the Midshipmen's first shutout since 2004.

Eugene Jarvis, RB, Kent State: Had 150 yards and a touchdown for his fourth 100-yard game of the season and second-best rushing performance of the year.

Chris Garrett, RB, Ohio: Rushed 23 times for 222 yards and two touchdowns. Prior to that game, Garrett had not rushed for more than 62 yards in a game this season.

Naaman Roosevelt, WR, Buffalo: Had 8 receptions for 124 yards to break Drew Haddad's single-season records in receptions (86) and receiving yards with 1,196.

Tyler Jones, WR, E. Mich: Tied the NCAA Division I record for receptions with 23 for 170 yards in a 56-52 win over Central Michigan.

James Starks, RB, Buffalo: Rushed for 136 yards on 24 carries with one touchdown to break Buffalo's all-time single-season rushing record. He now has 1,226 yards.

Brandon Simmons, RB, East Carolina: Had 27 carries for 111 yards and three touchdown, he also caught a touchdown in a 53-21 win over UTEP.

Ball State: Completed a perfect regular season with a win over Western Michigan to earn its best overall record, first MAC West title and first berth in the MAC Championship Game.

Boise State: Completed its third undefeated regular-season campaign in the past five seasons and took back the WAC, which was a goal for the Broncos at the start of the season.