Ohio State-Indiana, Oregon-Washington: Week 11 in Numbers

No. 2 Ohio State will look to improve to 10-0 on Saturday when Indiana hosts the FOX Big Noon Kickoff.

The Buckeyes are trying to remain one of two undefeated teams in the Big Ten (No. 3 Michigan) as they appear destined for a Nov. 26 showdown against the Wolverines that will have massive repercussions in the college football playoffs.

There are other big matchups coming Saturday that will impact the hunt for one of college football’s four playoff teams, including No. 4 TCU to No. 18 Texas and No. 25 Washington to No. 6 Oregon.

Here are the key stats for the Week 11 Marquee Matchups.


Indiana (3-6) ranked No. 2 in Ohio State (9-0)
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10: Ohio State is on a 10-game winning streak dating back to the 2022 Rose Bowl win over Utah. The Buckeyes have also beaten Indiana 26 straight times and lead the all-time streak 76-12-5.

70: The Buckeyes have scored 20 or more points in 70 straight games, an FBS record.

28.2: Indiana’s Jaylin Lucas currently leads the Big Ten with 28.2 yards per kickoff return and is ranked #6 in FBS.

1: Indiana full-back Dasan McCullough ties among true rookies in tackles for loss or no gain and ranks #3 in sacks and defensive stops (solo tackle or sack that led to an offensive miss) per Football Focus.

5: Indiana running back Josh Henderson has had at least a touchdown in five of Indiana’s last eight games. He’s rushed for three and caught three passing touchdowns

Indiana Hoosiers



Ohio state horse chestnuts


#9 Alabama (7-2) at No. 11 Ole Fraulein (8-1)
3:30 p.m. ET

57-10-2: Alabama own a huge all-time advantage, including a 10-3 mark at Oxford. The Tide has beaten the rebels six times in a row.

240: Alabama was ranked for 240 consecutive weeks in the AP poll, the longest active streak in esports. It’s more than double of second-place Georgia’s 93-week streak.

144.4: Alabama running back Jahmyr Gibbs averages 144.4 yards per game, which ranks third in the SEC and ninth nationally.

153.26: This is Alabama quarterback Bryce Young’s NCAA passer rating in 11 career games against ranked teams.

1: Ole Miss running back Quinshon Judkins leads all freshmen nationwide in both rushing touchdowns (13) and rushing yards (1,036).

5: Ole Miss ranks in the top-5 in rushing yards (2,407), yards per game (267.4), and attempts (430).

7: Ole Miss has conceded just seven sacks this season, the fourth-least in FBS.


Alabama Crimson Tide



Ole Miss Rebels


Maryland (6-3) at No. 14 Pennsylvania (7-2)
3:30 p.m. ET on FOX and the FOX Sports App

.822: That’s Penn State’s (37-8) home win ratio since 2016, the ninth-best home record among the Power 5 teams for that span.

8th: Penn State running backs Kaytron Allen and Nicholas Singleton each have eight rushing touchdowns this season, a PSU record for freshmen.

1.101: Penn State QB Sean Clifford has totaled 1,101 passing yards in three games against Maryland. He’s also just 16 yards from overtaking Trace McSorley as the all-time PSU leader.

53.7%: Penn State has held opponents with a 53.7% completion rate, good for eighth in the country and third among Power 5 teams.

4: Maryland ranks fourth in the Big Ten for scoring (31.4 PPG), total offense (425.4 YPG), and passing offense (260.7).

6.17: Maryland RB Roman Hemby is second in the league in yards per carry (6.17) and sixth in rushing yards per game (83.0).

26: Maryland defenseman Jakorian Bennett leads FBS in passes defended since the start of the 2021 season with 26 (16 in 2021, 10 in 2022) and has the most career passes defended per game of any active FBS player (1.17).

Maryland Turtles



Penn State Nittany Lions

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No. 25 Washington (7-2) at No. 6 Oregon (8-1)
7 p.m. ET on FOX and the FOX Sports App

60-48-5: Washington leads in this all-time series, but Oregon has won 20 of the last 26 and has a 22-13-2 advantage in Eugene.

1: Washington quarterback Michael Penix Jr. enters the No. 1 spot in the nation in passing yards and passing yards per game this week. The Huskies also lead the nation overall in passing offense, ranking 10th in overall offense and 14th in scoring offense.

4: Washington is fourth in the nation in sacks allowed, 19th in sacks.

40: Oregon has 40+ points in eight straight games and won five straight 15+ point games, both the nation’s longest active streaks.

24: With a win, Oregon would set a program record for consecutive home wins with 24.

36: Oregon quarterback Bo Nix leads all FBS players with 36 total touchdowns (22 pass, 13 rush, one receive). He also leads the nation in percentage of completion (73.3%), red zone completion (54) and red zone passyard (346).


Washington Huskies



Oregon ducks


No. 4 TCU (9-0) at No. 18 Texas (6-3)
7:30 p.m. ET

4: One of only four undefeated teams nationally, TCU sits alone at the top of the Big 12 standings with a 6-0 conference record. The Horned Frogs are 9-0 for the first time since 2010 when they won the Rose Bowl 13-0.

9-0: TCU’s Sonny Dykes is the first head football coach in Big 12 history to go 9-0 in his freshman season.

3: TCU is only the third team since 1960 (Stanford, 2012; Iowa, 1960) to win four consecutive games against ranked opponents in a calendar month.

64-27-1: Texas dominated this series. This is the first matchup between these teams since 2007 to both rank in the AP Top 25.

1.129: Texas running back Bijan Robinson has been one of the top performers in FBS this season, ranking fifth in rushing yards (1,129) and all-purpose yards (160.33 YPG).

1: Robinson is the only FBS player with 800+ rushing yards (1,129) and 250 receiving yards (314).


TCU Horned Frogs



Texas longhorns


Arizona (3-6) at No. 12 UCLA (8-1)
10:30 p.m. ET on FOX and the FOX Sports App

27-17-2: UCLA leads the all-time series. The Bruins have won eight straight home games, their longest winning streak since winning ten straight games in the 2005–06 season.

.762: UCLA’s overall win percentage for the last two seasons of .762 (16-5) is behind only Oregon (.783, 18-5) among Pac-12 schools at this stretch.

5: The Bruins won five straight games in November, a streak stretching back to the final November game of the truncated 2020 season.

137.7: UCLA running back Zach Charbonnet leads the Pac-12 in rushing yards per game.

2010: This is the last time Arizona has defeated UCLA in Los Angeles. Arizona is 4-16-2 all-time against UCLA in LA

27: Arizona TE Tanner McLachlan’s 27 receptions this season ranks fourth most by a tight finish in a single season in program history. Another will draw him level with Rob Gronkowski (2007) in third place.

312.6: Arizona QB Jayden de Laura is currently ranked seventh nationally with an average of 312.6 passing yards per game. He also needs seven passing TDs to break Arizona’s single-season record.

Arizona wildcats



UCLA Bruins


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