Stat Pack: Week 7 

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The number of unbeaten teams left in college football has dwindled down to 10. 

Last week, 13 programs remained undefeated going into Week 7. No. 9 Oregon, No. 18 USC and No. 21 Louisville all lost their matchups this past weekend. 

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Programs such as Air Force and Liberty maintain unblemished records, on the flip side. The Falcons entered the Associated Press Top 25 poll on Sunday at No. 22. 

Here are some of the top statistical performances from Week 7. 

Elic Ayomanor, Stanford 

Colorado entered its Week 7 game off a bounce-back victory over Arizona State, and this time the Buffaoes were tasked with facing a 1-4 Stanford squad. 

Stanford ultimately got the best of Colorado in double overtime on Friday night, defeating the Buffaloes 46-43 after coming back from a 29-0 deficit. 

Ayomanor played a large role in Stanford’s comeback efforts. The Cardinal receiver caught three touchdowns in the game, the first such game of his young career, as the freshman totaled 294 receiving yards. 

Ayomanor had nine of his 13 catches come in the fourth quarter or later. He converted five first downs in the latter part of the game during which he caught the game-winning touchdown on a 30-yarder from quarterback Ashton Daniels. 

Ayomanor’s 294 receiving yards led all receivers in Week 7. 

Jason Bean, Kansas 

This week’s lone quarterback in the Stat Pack is Bean, who suffered a defeat at Oklahoma State as the Jayhawks fell 39-32. 

Bean matched Oklahoma State quarterback Alan Bowman and completd 68% of his passes. Bean threw for 410 yards across 23 completions. 

Of those completions, five went for touchdowns. Bean had scoring throws of 49, 47, 44, 42 and 30 yards, showing he’s more than capable of having a dangerous deep ball. 

Bean fell 29 yards short of being this week’s leading passer, as that title went to TCU quarterback Jason Hoover in a 44-11 winning effort over BYU. 

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But Bean more than kept Kansas in the game against Oklahoma State, setting new career-highs in passing touchdowns and yards. His 205.7 passer rating is among the leaders this week. 

Daijun Edwards, Georgia 

Edwards had a career game for Georgia this week as the Bulldogs went on to defeat Vanderbilt on the road 37-20. 

Edwards rushed for a career-best 146 yards on 20 carries, averaging more than seven yards each time he touched the football. 

The Norman Park, Georgia, native also cashed in a 1-yard insurance touchdown with 3:13 left to play. It marked the fourth of the past five games that Edwards has had a rushing touchdown. 

The Bulldogs’ rushing effort on Saturday led to a season-best 291 rushing yards in the game. 

Will Reichard, Alabama 

Reichard made history on Saturday, becoming the all-time leading scorer in Southeastern Conference history. 

Reichard made his first extra point of the game with 58 seconds left on the clock in the first quarter. It moved him into first in the SEC’s history books with the 481st point of his career. 

The graduate from Hoover, Alabama, kicked three extra points and a 30-yard field goal in the 2-21 win over Arkansas. He’s now made 26-consecutive field goals dating back to last season. 

Reichard now has 485 points in his career, which are seventh-most in NCAA history.