-Ka'Deem Carey, Arizona, ran for 206 yards and four TDs while becoming the school's all-time leading rusher to help the Wildcats shock No. 5 Oregon 42-16.
-Derek Carr, Fresno State, threw for 527 yards and a school-record seven TDs in his final regular-season home game to help the No. 15 Bulldogs clinch a spot in the Mountain West title game with a 69-28 victory over New Mexico.
-Davante Adams, Fresno State, had nine catches for 246 yards and four TDs in the Bulldogs' 69-28 win over New Mexico.
-Tajh Boyd, Clemson, threw for five touchdowns and 288 yards in the final home game of his career as the No. 7 Tigers beat The Citadel 52-6.
-Jameis Winston, Florida State, threw for 225 yards and four TDs as the No. 2 Seminoles broke a school record for points in a game in an 80-14 victory against Idaho.
-Andre Williams, Boston College, rushed for 263 yards to become the 16th player in NCAA history to rush for 2,000 yards in a season in the Eagles' 29-26 comeback victory over Maryland.
-Marquise Williams, North Carolina, accounted for a school-record 469 yards and threw five first-half touchdown passes and T.J. Logan scored four touchdowns in a record-setting 80-20 victory over Old Dominion.
-Connor Halliday, Washington State, threw for 488 yards and four TDs as the Cougars beat Utah 49-37 to become bowl eligible for the first time since 2006.
-Brett Smith, Wyoming, accounted for 640 yards and threw for a school-record seven TDs in a 59-56 overtime win over Hawaii.
-Jimmy Garoppolo, Eastern Illinois, threw for 477 yards and six TDs in a 70-22 rout over Tennessee-Martin.
-DaMarcus James, Jacksonville State, rushed for 206 yards and scored three TDs in the first half in a 42-34 victory Saturday over Southeast Missouri State.
-Paul Stanton, Harvard, scored four TDs to tie a record in the 138-year history of The Game, and the Crimson beat Yale 34-7 for their seventh consecutive victory against their longtime rivals.
-Jeff Matthews, Cornell, threw for 467 yards and four TDs and ran for a fifth score in a 42-41 win over Penn.
-Mike Nebrich, Fordham, threw for 395 yards and five TDs in a 56-19 victory over Colgate.
JOHNNY FOOTBALL STRUGGLES
Terrence Magee piled up rushing yards the old fashioned way. Johnny Manziel couldn't keep up.
Magee rushed for a career-high 149 yards, LSU's defense pulled the plug on Johnny Football and Texas A&M's video-game offense, and the No. 18 Tigers energized Death Valley with a commanding 34-10 victory.
What was likely Manziel's only visit to Tiger Stadium was among the worst outings of his otherwise brilliant career. He passed for 224 yards and a TD, but completed only 16 of 41, was sacked twice and intercepted twice as the Aggies' road winning streak ended at 10.
Two weeks ago, LSU's young defense appeared ground down in the second half of a 38-17 loss at Alabama, begging the question of how vulnerable the unit might be against A&M's SEC-leading offense, which came in averaging a whopping 578 yards and 49.2 points per game.
Instead, the Tigers became the first to shut out Manziel in a first quarter since September of 2012, and ended A&M's 13-game streak of scoring 40 or more points.
20-Games in the Big Ten losing streak ended by Illinois with its 20-16 win over Purdue.
25-Career wins by South Carolina's Connor Shaw, moving past Todd Ellis' school mark set from 1986-89.
36-Career wins by No. 1 Alabama's AJ McCarron, breaking the school record set Jay Barker.
Florida's disappointing season got even worse.
Kevin Ellison ran for two touchdowns, Jerick McKinnon had a huge score late and Georgia Southern stunned Florida 26-20 Saturday in what will go down as the worst loss in school history.
No lower-division team had ever beaten the Gators, who won their previous seven games against Football Championship Subdivision teams by an average of 45 points.
So this was a shocker, even though Florida (4-7) has lost seven in a row and secured its first losing season since 1979.
Georgia Southern (7-4) ran for 429 yards and didn't complete a pass all afternoon.
Georgia Southern's players rushed the field and celebrated wildly after it was over. They stopped long enough to pose for a team picture on the field, and then the party really started.
Another school record belongs to this Duke team - and at least part of a division title does, too.
The 25th-ranked Blue Devils want it all to themselves.
Anthony Boone threw three touchdown passes and Duke claimed a share of the ACC's Coastal Division title by beating Wake Forest 28-21 for its school-record-tying ninth victory.
Win once more - against hated rival North Carolina, no less - and they won't have to share the title.
If the Blue Devils (9-2, 5-2) beat the Tar Heels next week, they'll play No. 2 Florida State in the league title game in Charlotte with a BCS berth on the line.