2. Reaching the plateau. Thirty-nine players rushed for 100 yards, led by Purdue's Ralph Bolden with 234 (the only guy with more than 200). Nineteen players passed for 300 yards, led by Toledo's Aaron Opelt with 423 (ironically, Bolden and Purdue beat Opelt and Toledo). Thirty-four players had 100 yards in receptions, led by Notre Dame's Michael Floyd with 189. And 41 players made 10 tackles, led by UTEP safety Da'Mon Cromartie-Smith with 18.
3. Louisville needs help on third downs. Louisville was 1-for-9 on third-down conversions in its 30-10 victory over Indiana State, a Football Championship Subdivision team that has won once in the past four seasons. Utah State went 0-for-12 in its loss to Utah; the Aggies are the only team that played that failed to convert a third down.
4. Who needs to throw? Army had eight passing yards in its 27-14 victory at Eastern Michigan. The Black Knights were 2-for-5 passing; they ran for 300 yards.
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