Big 12 did you know: Week 6

Time for another round of fun facts from across the Big 12.

These come courtesy of our top-notch ESPN Stats and Info department, as well as various sports information departments around the Big 12.

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  • Oklahoma quarterback Landry Jones completes just less than 66 percent of his passes inside the pocket. Outside the pocket, he completes just more than 51 percent, throwing interceptions on 5.4 percent of his passes, compared to 2.0 inside the pocket.

  • This season, Jones has completed 74 percent of his passes inside the pocket, compared to 36 percent outside the pocket. Two of his five interceptions have come outside the pocket, and none of his 10 touchdowns.

  • Jones is completing 84.2 percent of his passes out of the pistol formation and has a passer rating of 224.2 in the formation.

  • Texas Tech and Houston are the only teams in the nation without a loss that remain unranked.

  • Missouri's 517 yards per game ranks 11th nationally in total offense. That puts them sixth in the Big 12.

  • Oklahoma State hasn't started 5-0 in consecutive seasons since 1944-45.

  • Last season, Texas completed 23 percent of its passes of longer than 25 yards; that number also includes a 2-of-7 mark with Garrett Gilbert this season. Since Gilbert was benched, Case McCoy, David Ash and John Harris have combined to complete 6 of 7 passes longer than 25 yards.

  • On third downs, Gilbert was 2-of-11 this season, while Ash and McCoy are 13-of-20 with nine first downs.

  • Texas RB Malcolm Brown is averaging 6.4 yards per carry when running outside the tackles, and six of his 23 attempts have gone for longer than 10 yards.

  • Baylor's 28 scoring drives this season average 1:48 in total game time elapsed.

  • Five of the nation's 15 undefeated teams are in the Big 12, the most of any conference. Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas State, Texas Tech and Oklahoma State are a combined 20-0.

  • Texas is 6-0 in the past two seasons when it wins the turnover battle.

  • Texas lead the Red River Rivalry with an all-time record of 59-41-5.

  • Kansas scored 26 touchdowns in 2010. This season, it has 20 through four games.

  • Oklahoma is ranked No. 1 by the coaches and No. 3 by the media. The last time a team had sole possession of the No. 1 ranking in one poll and was No. 3 in the other? Week 5 of the 1997 season. It's the fourth time in 30 years a team has dropped from No. 1 to No. 3 without losing.

  • Oklahoma State has won six of the past seven meetings with Kansas, but all seven have been decided by double digits.

  • Five of the past seven years, the winner of the Red River Rivalry has won the Big 12. Saturday will be the fifth time since 2000 that the two have met as unbeatens.

  • The Big 12's 27-3 mark (.900) in now-completed nonconference play is the best among all conferences since 1996, topping the SEC's mark of 30-4 in 1997.

  • Baylor is the only team in the nation averaging at least 300 yards passing and 200 yards rushing this season.

  • Christine Michael's 230 rushing yards last week against Arkansas were third-most in school history and the most by any Aggies back since 1990.

  • Kansas' 239 rushing yards against Texas Tech last week were its most since the Jayhawks racked up 280 against Kansas State in 2008.

  • Texas A&M hasn't forced at turnover in 15 quarters, dating back to two first-quarter interceptions against SMU in the season opener on Sept. 4.

  • Missouri has beaten Kansas State 60 times, the most wins over a single opponent in school history.

  • If Kansas State beats Missouri on Saturday, the Wildcats will be 5-0 for the first time since 2000.

  • Kansas linebacker Steven Johnson is the Big 12's leading tackler, with 43 stops. That ranks 38th nationally.

  • Last week's 201 receiving yards by Kendall Wright were a single-game school record.

  • Texas has forced at least two turnovers in every game this season.

  • Iowa State has forced five turnovers, lost six fumbles and thrown seven interceptions.