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Big 12 did you know: Week 7

Time for another round of fun facts about Saturday's games, courtesy of ESPN Stats & Info, as well as various sports information departments around the Big 12.

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  • Kansas State (Collin Klein, John Hubert) and Texas A&M (Cyrus Gray, Christine Michael) are two of just five teams with two rushers in the national top 50.

  • Landry Jones' 1,236 first-half passing yards this season are the most in the FBS.

  • Oklahoma and Texas are a combined 25-0 under Mack Brown and Bob Stoops in the week following the Red River Rivalry.

  • In that stretch of 12 games for Oklahoma, the Sooners have beaten Kansas four times. Oklahoma averages a 39-14 victory in the 12 games.

  • In home attendance percentage, five Big 12 teams rank in the national top 15 with percentages over 100. Texas A&M (104.79) leads the group, which also includes Texas, Oklahoma, Texas Tech and Iowa State. Kansas State has filled 99.30 percent of its seats this season.

  • Last year, East Carolina gave up 572 points to set the all-time record for scoring defense futility. Kansas is on track to give up 592 points this season.

  • Oklahoma State has never beaten Texas in consecutive meetings.

  • Oklahoma's 10-game winning streak is the second-longest in college football. (Stanford, 13 games)

  • Oklahoma receiver Ryan Broyles needs four receptions to break Purdue receiver Taylor Stubblefield's NCAA career record of 316 receptions, set in 2004.

  • True freshman Malcolm Brown has led Texas in rushing in every game this year.

  • This year was just the second time (2004) in Big 12 history that every Big 12 team finished nonconference play with a winning record.

  • Three Big 12 teams will earn bowl eligibility with a win on Saturday: Kansas State, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State.

  • Kansas State leads the nation in time of possession (35:57) and has won the stat in each of its five games this season.

  • Baylor had 37 first downs against Iowa State last week, a school record.

  • Kansas State is last in the Big 12 in total offense.

  • Iowa State receiver Darius Reynolds' 178 receiving yards last week were the most by a Cyclone since Todd Blythe had 214 against Texas A&M in 2005.

  • Oklahoma State's seven-game road winning streak is the nation's third-longest and the second-longest in school history.

  • Missouri has won nine consecutive games at home, the third-longest streak in school history.

  • Kansas scored 26 touchdowns last season, but has 24 through five games this year.

  • Kansas State hasn't beaten Texas Tech since 2000.

  • Jordan Webb's 316 yards last week marked the first 300-yard game by a Jayhawks quarterback since Todd Reesing threw for 498 yards against Missouri in 2009.

  • Last week, Oklahoma State set school records with 35 first-quarter points and a 56-point first half. The Cowboys hadn't scored 70 points since beating Southern Illinois 70-7 in 1973.

  • Texas hasn't given up a touchdown in the first quarter this season.

  • This weekend is Missouri's 100th Homecoming game.

  • Last week's victory over Texas was Bob Stoops' 43rd over a ranked team, which matched Barry Switzer's school record.

  • Missouri tight end Michael Egnew only had eight catches this season before catching eight passes in last week's loss to Kansas State.