You guys seemed to enjoy these last week, so here's this week's version of a handful of tidbits to be mindful of as you watch Saturday's games across the conference.
Just the facts, ma'am.
Last season, Landry Jones completed 31.1 percent (29-93) of his passes beyond 15 yards.
Of that set of 93 passes, he threw two touchdowns and four interceptions (15-of-64) to receivers other than Ryan Broyles. When he threw to Broyles, he completed 14-of-29 passes for six touchdowns and one interception.
Taylor Martinez's 127 rushing yards last week were the most ever by a freshman quarterback at Nebraska, and came on just seven carries.
Nebraska and Idaho have never met.
This is Oklahoma State running back Kendall Hunter's third career game against Troy. In the first two, he combined for 294 yards on 40 carries.
Last week's 65-point output by the Cowboys was just the third time Oklahoma State has topped 60 points since 1988.
Texas A&M receiver Jeff Fuller has 18 touchdown receptions entering this week's game against Louisiana Tech, one shy of the school record.
Missouri receiver T.J. Moe was targeted 14 times in Saturday's win against Illinois. He finished with 13 receptions.
Baylor stopped a three-game home losing streak with last week's 34-7 win against Sam Houston State in front of a home crowd of 42,821, the third-largest for a season opener in school history.
Colorado's ticket allotment (4,000) for Saturday's game at Cal sold out nearly a month before the game. The future Pac-10 members have about 23,000 alumni in California.
Colorado's three interceptions last week were the first time the Buffaloes had recorded that many since 2007, against Nebraska.
Last week was just the second time three running backs had rushed for over 200 yards in the same week. The last time was 1998.
Kansas State's 313 rushing yards against UCLA last week were the most in a single game for the Wildcats since 2004. Daniel Thomas accounted for 234 of those.
Texas is 31-3 in its past 34 games in the season's opening month. The only losses came to Kansas State in 2007, Ohio State in 2006 and Arkansas in 2003.
Kansas and Georgia Tech haven't met since 1948, when Georgia Tech won 20-14, in the Jayhawks' first bowl game, the Orange Bowl.
Iowa leads the all-time series with Iowa State 38-19. The Hawkeyes will be the second of Iowa State's eight opponents in 2010 who played in bowl games after the 2009 season.
Georgia Tech has never played a game against Big 12 competition since the birth of the conference.
Nebraska has allowed fewer than 20 points in nine consecutive games, dating back to last season. It is the nation's longest streak.
Bobby Bowden's first-ever game against a ranked team came in 1976--against No. 4 Oklahoma. The Seminoles lost Bowden's third-ever, 24-9.
Saturday is Jimbo Fisher's first game against a ranked team, and his second game as Florida State coach.
Oklahoma is 0-6 in its last six games against teams who finished the season ranked in the final AP poll, dating back to a win over Missouri in the 2008 Big 12 championship. The Sooners were 0-5 against ranked teams last season.