Stat Pack: Week 6 

There are 13 unbeaten teams remaining in college football. 

More than a half dozen programs that entered Saturday with unblemished records suffered their first losses of the season, including then-No. 3 Texas and then-No. 10 Notre Dame.

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Because of the upset losses, No. 5 Oklahoma jumped seven spots in the latest Associated Press Top 25 Poll after defeating the Longhorns 34-30 in the Red River Rivalry. 

The Fighting Irish suffered their second loss of the season to No. 14 Louisville. The Cardinals outgained Notre Dame 330 yards to 298 on their way to a seventh-straight win. 

Here are some of the top statistical performances from Week 6. 

Jermaine Burton, Alabama 

Burton more than doubled his season output in just one game against Texas A&M on Saturday. 

As the Crimson Tide rolled to a 26-20 win over the Aggies, Burton lit up the stat sheet on the receiving end of things. He finished with 197 receiving yards across nine catches including two touchdowns. 

Burton and Alabama quarterback Jalen Milroe connected twice in the third quarter for a pair of touchdowns. Both catches came within 20 yards, as Burton caught a 15-yarder and a 19-yard score in the third frame. 

Burton’s first catch of the game went for big yardage as he hauled in a 45-yard reception midway through the first quarter. 

His longest catch of the outing was a 46-yarder in the third quarter. 

Burton’s 197 receiving yards tied his career high, as did his two receiving touchdowns. 

Dequan Finn, Toledo 

The first of three quarterbacks in this week’s Stat Pack dominated the game on the ground and through the air.

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Finn, a notable dual-threat quarterback from the Rockets, ran for 197 yards in the game against UMass. 

It set Toledo’s single-game record for rushing yards by a quarterback. 

That wasn’t all for Finn in his historic day, as his rushing totals helped him break the program record for career rushing yards by a quarterback with 1,690. He also added a rushing touchdown. 

Through the air, Finn tossed a pair of touchdowns. He fired strikes of 20 and 8 yards both to receiver Jerjuan Newton. 

Finn finished with 139 passing yards across a 65% completion. 

Drake Maye, North Carolina 

Entering the season among the Heisman Trophy favorites and a projected top NFL Draft pick, Maye had one of his best performances of the season on Saturday. 

The junior North Carolina quarterback accounted for four touchdowns including three passing. 

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Maye delivered a pair of touchdown passes in the second quarter, finding receivers Bryson Nesbit and John Copenhaver on throws of 23 and 1 yards, respectively. 

Maye’s big day through the air saw him top 400 passing yards for the third time in his career. He tallied 442 yards across 70% completion, finishing six yards shy of his career high. 

E.J. Warner, Temple 

Warner is the only member of this week’s Stat Pack to suffer a loss to his opponent, and he did all he could to help the Owls keep up with UTSA. 

Warner passed for 472 yards and five touchdowns, the third time in his career that he’s topped 470 passing yards. His five scoring throws also ties his career best. 

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Warner’s third game of more than 400 passing yards breaks the career record at Temple. 

Falling 49-34 to the Roadrunners, Warner also set the program record for passing attempts in a single game with 65. He finished with 65% completion. 

Warner had touchdown throws of 33, 31, 13, 7 and 2 yards.