Week 5 of the college football season features a host of good matchups, including a pair of big-time matchups on FOX.
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But those are not the only big games we’re keeping an eye on this week.
Here are the key stats to know for the marquee matchups in Week 5.
No. 4 Michigan (4-0) at Iowa (3-1)
Noon ET on FOX and the FOX Sports app
43-15-4: Michigan’s all-time record in this series, including a 42-3 victory in the Big Ten Championship Game last season.
31: Michigan has been ranked in 31 straight weeks, including 15 straight weeks in the top 10.
234.3: Michigan averages 234.3 yards per game on the ground, ninth in the nation.
7.47: Wolverines running back Blake Corum is averaging 7.47 yards per carry, third in FBS.
5-3: Iowa is 5-3 vs. top-five teams under coach Kirk Ferentz, including 5-1 in its last six.
23: Iowa’s defense has allowed just 23 points in its first four games of the season — the fewest points it’s allowed in the past 66 years.
5.8: Iowa leads the nation in scoring defense, giving up 5.8 PPG.
1978: The last time Kentucky won at Ole Miss. This is the first time since 1958 that both teams have been ranked when they met.
9: Kentucky is seeking a ninth straight win, which would be its longest winning streak since 1977 (and third-longest streak in school history).
15.0: Kentucky QB Will Levis leads the SEC in passing yards per completion, at 15.0. He’s also third in passing efficiency (174.0) and in passing touchdowns (10).
12: Ole Miss has won 12 straight home games, the longest such streak since 1960-1964.
0.50: Ole Miss leads the SEC and is No. 6 nationally in sacks allowed per game.
No. 9 Oklahoma State (3-0) at No. 16 Baylor (3-1)
3:30 p.m. ET on FOX and the FOX Sports app
22-19: Oklahoma State leads the all-time series, 22-19, but Baylor has won six of the last nine.
10: The Cowboys have now reached the top 10 of the AP poll at some point in 11 of the past 15 seasons.
6-1: Oklahoma State has only lost one of its last seven games against a ranked opponent.
36: Cowboys coach Mike Gundy’s 36 career wins vs. AP Top 25 opponents trails only Nick Saban and Dabo Swinney among active coaches at their current schools.
30: Baylor has held 18 straight opponents under 30 points.
9: The Bears have won nine straight at home and are 11-2 there under Dave Aranda.
93: Baylor has won 93 games since 2011, the second-most among FBS teams in Texas. (Texas A&M has 95).
14: Alabama leads the all-time series only 22-8, but has won 14 straight, including 42-35 at home last season.
52-3: This is Nick Saban’s record at Alabama in the month of October. He is also 14-1 in SEC road openers since he arrived in 2007, with the lone loss coming at Ole Miss in 2014.
18.6%: The Crimson Tide lead the SEC and rank second nationally in third-down conversion defense.
2007: Arkansas has not beaten a top-five team since topping No. 1 LSU in 2007.
13-4: The Hogs have won 13 of 17 games when scoring first under coach Sam Pittman.
20: Arkansas leads the country in sacks with 20, four more than the next closest team.
30-8-1: Florida State has dominated the series all-time, though Wake has won the last two.
171: Wake Forest has scored 171 points through four games, a team record.
30: Wake Forest is the only program in the ACC to average at least 30.0 per game in each of the last five seasons, the fourth-longest streak in ACC history.
2015: That’s the last time Florida State started a season 5-0.
1.25: The Seminoles are allowing an average of 1.25 sacks per game, second-lowest in the ACC.
165.8: Florida State’s defense ranks first in the ACC and 16th in the country in passing defense, holding opponents to an average of 165.8 yards per game through the air.
10-2: Michigan State leads the all-time series 10-2, including four straight wins.
6.1: Michigan State’s average of 6.1 yards per play is just eight in the Big Ten.
43.3%: The Spartans are allowing opponents to convert 43.3% of third downs, the second-highest in the Big Ten.
12: The Spartans are tied for the Big Ten lead in sacks.
4: With only four takeaways on the season, Maryland ranks behind only Ohio State (three) among Big Ten teams.
6: The Terps have won six straight against unranked teams.
93.3%: Maryland has scored on 15 of 16 red-zone drives this season.
6-5: West Virginia has a slight edge in the all-time series, thanks to a 31-23 victory last season.
110: No Big 12 team has allowed more points this season than West Virginia.
.492: The Mountaineers are No. 21 nationally in third-down conversions (.492) and No. 5 in fourth-down conversions (.900).
2: Texas has only two takeaways this season, tied for the fewest in the Big 12.
33.3%: The Longhorns have only converted a third of their third downs, trailing only Kansas State (32.2%) among Big 12 teams.
141.5: Texas running back Bijan Robinson leads the Big 12 in all-purpose yards (141.5 YPG). He also leads the conference in rushing touchdowns (seven), total touchdowns (eight), scoring (12.0 PPG) and total points scored (36).
59-29-1: Clemson has dominated the all-time series, including 15 wins in the last 17 meetings dating back to 2004.
2002: That’s the last time the Wolfpack won at Clemson. That’s also the last time they were ranked in the top 10 of the AP poll.
+97: N.C. State’s point differential is the best in the ACC.
55-1: Clemson is an FBS-best 55-1 at home in the College Football Playoff era (since 2014). That includes 36 straight wins, the nation’s longest home win streak.
11-6: Clemson is 11-6 against AP Top 10 teams in the College Football Playoff era, with all six losses coming to College Football Playoff participants.
42-7: This is Clemson’s record in night games since 2015.
23-14: USC leads the all-time series and has won five of the last seven meetings.
22.8: ASU’s 22.8 PPG average is the second-worst in the Pac-12. The Sun Devils are also converting just 28.3% of their third downs, also second-worst in the Pac-12.
294: The Devils have the most penalty yards in the Pac-12 through four weeks.
0: USC is the only team in the country to not turn the ball over yet this season. The Trojans also lead the FBS in forcing 14 turnovers. No other Pac-12 team has more than eight.
40+: The Trojans have five passes of at least 40 yards this season, tied for the most in the Pac-12.
42.3: USC is second in the Pac-12, 17th in FBS at 42.3 PPG.
28.8%: USC’s third-down defense ranks No. 2 in the Pac-12.
Stanford (1-2) at No. 13 Oregon (3-1)
8 p.m. on FS1
50-34-1: Stanford leads the all-time series, and has won six of the last nine meetings.
4-4: Under David Shaw, Stanford is 4-4 against the Ducks when they are ranked.
17: David Shaw has led his Cardinal to 17 wins over top 15 opponents, including six on the road.
-10: Stanford is struggling in the turnover margin department this season.
77: Only Alabama (87) Clemson (86) and Ohio State (85) have more home wins since 2009 than Oregon.
29: The 29 fourth-quarter points Oregon scored at Washington State last week are its most fourth-quarter points since at least 1971.
8: The Ducks have won eight straight against unranked teams.
0: Oregon is the only FBS team yet to allow a sack this season.
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