A look at the top 10 performances by running backs from Week 10:
Week 10: Things we learned
10. Antonio Andrews, Western Kentucky
Key stats: Andrews ran for 110 yards on 22 carries for Western Kentucky, and picked up another 36 receiving.
The buzz: Another week, another 100-yard game for the Hilltoppers' senior in a 44-28 win over Georgia State. It was his eighth straight game over 100 yards.
9. James White, Wisconsin
Key stats: White ran 19 times for 132 yards and a pair of touchdowns to lead the Badgers' 28-9 win over Iowa. He averaged 6.9 yards per carry.
The buzz: The senior is on the small side for the NFL (5-foot-10, 197 pounds), but he has played big in 2013. The Iowa performance marked his fifth 100-yard game of the season.
8. Todd Gurley, Georgia
Key stats: Ran for 100 yards on 17 carries and a touchdown, plus 87 receiving yards and another score on three catches, in a 23-20 win over rival Florida.
The buzz: Gurley made a triumphant return from injury with some huge plays in the first half. It was Gurley's third 100-yard effort in five games this season, and a career high in receiving yards.
7. Ameer Abdullah, Nebraska
Key stats: Abdullah ran for 127 yards on 24 carries, plus 31 receiving yards, in a thrilling 27-24 win over Northwestern.
The buzz: How effective has Abdullah been for the Cornhuskers? This was his lowest rushing total in his last five games.
7. Ka'Deem Carey, Arizona
Key stats: On 32 carries, Carey rumbled for 152 yards for the Wildcats in a 33-28 win over Cal.
The buzz: Carey has played in seven games this season, and gone over the 100-yard mark in every one of them. His 32 carries served as his second-highest total of the season.
5. Mike Davis, South Carolina
Key stats: Davis ran for 128 yards on only 15 carries, and added two catches for another 26 yards for the Gamecocks.
4. Charles Sims, West Virginia
Key stats: Sims ran for 154 yards on 24 carries with a touchdown, and added 31 receiving yards, including a 13-yard touchdown catch.
The buzz: It was a breakout performance for a talented back who hadn't rushed for 100 yards since mid-September. Five straight opponents had held Sims to under 100 yards, three of those to 60 or less.
Week 10: Things we learned
3. Carlos Hyde, Ohio State
Key stats: Hyde needed just eight carries for 111 yards, an average of 13.9 yards per attempt.
The buzz: The lead backfield horse on one of the nation's few remaining undefeated teams is on a serious roll with four consecutive 100-yard games, all of them in Big Ten play.
2. Tre Mason, Auburn
Key stats:Mason ran for 168 yards and four touchdowns on 32 carries in a road win over Arkansas.
The buzz:The junior may be small by NFL standards, but he's playing big once again for AU this season. He's a good bet to cross the 1,000-yard mark next week at Tennessee.
1. Anthony LaCoste, Air Force
Key stats: LaCoste ran 23 times for 263 yards, the highest FBS total in the nation Saturday. He averaged 11.4 yards per carry and scored three touchdowns in a win over Army.
The buzz: For a player who had only been over 100 yards once previously all year, the buzz begins here for LaCoste. He doubled his season touchdown total in one day, and his 78-yard touchdown run was his longest of the season, entering the game, by 57 yards.