Did you know: Week 6

Time for a collection of facts and stats from ESPN Stats & Info, as well as various sports information departments around the Big 12.

  • Dan Hawkins-coached teams are 40-1 with at least 200 rushing yards. The only loss came to Kansas State in 2006.

  • Colorado has topped the 200-yard mark on the ground in each of its past two games.

  • Colorado called running plays 39 percent of the time in 2009.

  • So far in 2010, the Buffs have called run plays on 59 percent of the team's snaps.

  • Missouri is averaging a comical 10 yards per carry in the first quarter of games this year, a period in which it has outscored opponents 45-10.

  • Texas A&M and Arkansas played every year from 1934-1991, until the Hogs split for the muddier wallows of the SEC.

  • The Aggies rush defense ranks third nationally and has allowed just one run of longer than 20 yards, a 32-yarder by Florida International.

  • After using a record 18 freshmen in 2009, Texas A&M has employed the services of just nine this season.

  • Friday night's game at Louisiana-Lafayette will mark just the second time since 1975 that Oklahoma State has played its first road game on Oct. 8 or later.

  • Oklahoma State now plays three of four games on the road, and five of its next seven.

  • Joe DeForest, OSU’s associate head coach, special teams coordinator and safeties coach, is a Ragin' Cajun alum headed back to his alma mater.

  • Oklahoma State already has 20 pass plays of longer than 20 yards.

  • Texas Tech quarterback Taylor Potts has more pass attempts per game than any quarterback in college football, with an average of 46 per outing.

  • Baylor is 4-1 for the first time since 2005.

  • Kendall Wright still has had a reception in 29 consecutive games.

  • Texas A&M's 14 turnovers so far this season are more than all but four teams in college football.