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Aztecs running back Rashaad Penny isn't a finalist for the Doak Walker Award, despite being the NCAA's leading rusher -- something SDSU's offensive coordinator deemed "a disgrace." Penny has 1,824 yards and 17 rushing touchdowns.
Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer
What a night for San Diego State's Rashaad Penny, who broke Marshall Faulk's single-game all-purpose yards record with 429 against Nevada. Penny had 222 rush yards and scored on both a kickoff and punt return. He's the second FBS player in the last 10 years to record a rush TD, kick return TD and punt return TD in the same game (Missouri's Marcus Murphy did against Florida in 2014).
Rashaad Penny had a San Diego State-record 429 all-purpose yards and scored four touchdowns to help San Diego State beat Nevada 42-23 on Saturday night.
Rush leaders are neck and neck
Bryce Love and Rashaad Penny have been nothing short of outstanding for their respective teams, but when it comes to who trumps the other, Love leads in rushing by just 20 yards this season. The race is close, and don't count out Jonathan Taylor just yet either.
Penny paces rushing leaders
Rashaad Penny has proven to be a capable replacement for Donnel Pumphrey in the San Diego State backfield by leading the nation in rushing. Heisman candidate Bryce Love remains in striking distance, despite missing a game due to injury.
Sooners' offense was Week 10's best
By virtue of hanging 62 on its Bedlam rival Saturday in Stillwater, Oklahoma rated as the most efficient offense in ESPN's FPI for the weekend, edging several other teams that scored in bunches.
Rashaad Penny ran for 234 yards and three touchdowns and San Diego State had 648 total yards -- including a school-record 554 rushing -- to help the Aztecs cruise to a 52-7 win over San Jose State on Saturday night.
Field catching up to Love
Entering Week 10, Stanford RB Bryce Love leads the nation on the ground despite missing last week's matchup vs. Oregon State. After Week 9's 253-yard game, San Diego State's Rashaad Penny trails Love by only 19 yards. Meanwhile, Notre Dame's Josh Adams is now slotted at No. 5 after his 202 yards against NC State.