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I didn’t know what to title this post other than pretty much exactly what it is: a melting pot of weird, awesome OSU stats from this weekend.

This is the first time OSU has ever been 10-0.

They also own the nation’s longest winning streak at 11 (tied with LSU).

Yesterday was the worst loss in Texas Tech history.

Brandon Weeden has more pass yards right now than South Carolina, Tennessee, Florida, Auburn, Ole Miss, Louisville, NC State, Kansas, and Iowa State have TOTAL yards.

Brandon Weeden is 21-2 as a starter and he’s never lost on the road.

Oklahoma State has played 40 quarters of football this year, and scored in 38 of them (via @jdubs88). Cue every team in the Big 10 shaking its head (besides Wisconsin).

Joseph Randle has more rushing TDs than 95 of the 120 D1 teams.

The 637 yards OSU put up yesterday were the second most this season. They put up 666 against Louisiana.

Justin Blackmon has more receiving yards than Ohio State (possibly my favorite stat of the season).

With his 109-yard game against Tech, Herschel Sims now has more 100-yard games as a freshman than Keith Toston, Tatum Bell, Joseph Randle, Seymore Shaw, and as many as Kendall Hunter. A little bit of a skewed stat, but intriguing nonetheless.

For the first time in history OSU had a 400-yard passer, 100-yard rusher, and two 100-yard receivers in the same game.

As far as I can tell, Joseph Randle stands alone in second place for most total TD in a single season with 23 (21 rush and 2 receiving). Obviously Barry had 39 in 1988 and I believe Blackmon had 22 last year and Terry Miller had 21 in 1976.

This season Oklahoma State has outscored its opponent 301-94 in the first half (via @hannahDsmith).

Your top three NCAA rush TD leaders right now:

Collin Klein – 24
Montee Ball – 23
Joseph Randle – 21

But Randle has 16 fewer carries than Ball and 72 fewer than Klein.

Blackmon is now tied with Patrick Edwards (Houston) for most receiving TD in the country with 14.

OSU now has 18 scoring drives that have lasted less than 1 minute, they had 14 all of last year (via @glang1).

Not OSU-related, but Boise St. hadn’t lost at home since 2001.

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