Stat Pack: Week 11 

There were some major college football tilts in Week 11. 

Headlined by a pair of top-10 showdowns, the Week 11 slate produced key moments that will factor into conference championship variables over the next two weeks. 

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No. 2 Georgia throttled No. 9 Ole Miss 52-17 and held the Rebels to three points in the second half. Quarterback Carson Beck had 306 passing yards and two touchdowns while running back Kendall Milton had 127 rushing yards and two scores. 

Earlier in the day, No. 3 Michigan beat No. 10 Penn State 24-15 in a defensive affair. The Wolverines rushed for 227 yards, the most allowed by the Nittany Lions this season. 

Here are some of the top statistical performances from Week 11. 

RJ Harvey, UCF 

The Knights pulled off one of the more surprising upsets of the week in their 45-3 blowout of No. 15 Oklahoma State. 

RJ Harvey had a huge role in UCF’s surprise win, rushing for 206 yards on 24 carries. He averaged 8.6 yards per rush. 

Harvey’s longest run came on a 92-yard dash where he ended up in the end zone. It was one of three rushing touchdowns on the day for the Orlando, Florida, native. 

Harvey is this week’s second-leading rusher. 

Damien Martinez, Oregon State 

Oregon State also enjoyed a blowout victory of its own, defeating Stanford 62-17. 

Martinez made the most of his opportunities. The sophomore had four rushing touchdowns, a career-high. 

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Across the football field Martinez could be found carrying the rock. He had 146 rushing yards on 15 carries, averaging nearly 10 yards per run on the day. 

John Paddock, Illinois 

The Fighting Illini got the win in historic fashion over Indiana. 

Illinois beat the Hoosiers in overtime 48-45 as both teams recorded over 451 yards of offense. The Fighting Illini recorded 662 yards themselves and over 500 came through the air, the most for the program since 1980. 

Paddock made his first start for Illinois on Saturday, and he etched his name into the history books. He passed for 507 yards and four touchdowns, and his passing yardage total is a stadium record and second-most in program history. 

Paddock’s final touchdown came in overtime, connecting with receiver Isaiah Williams from 21 yards out to help seal the win — and cap a historic offensive showing. 

Cody Schrader, Missouri 

In one of four ranked matchups last weekend, No. 14 Missouri took down No. 13 Tennessee 36-7. 

Running back Cody Schrader recorded the second-most yards from scrimmage in program history, totaling 321 yards. 

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Schrader had 205 rushing yards and 116 receiving yards, leading his team in both categories. He became the first Tiger to have at least 90 receiving and 90 rushing yards, and he achieved it in the first half. 

Schrader’s longest run came on a 35-yard dash, one of his 35 carries. He had five catches, and his longest went for 43 yards. 

Schrader also added a 7-yard rushing touchdown on the day. He’s the only player in Southeastern Conference history to have at least 200 rushing yards and 100 receiving yards in the same game.