Case Keenum: 24/37, 534 yards, 9 TDs, 1 INT
vs Rice, 10/27/11
vs Rice, 10/27/11
Either someone on the coaching staff just plain didn't like Rice, or they were showing too many signs of clawing back into the game, because Keenum went berserk in the 2011 game, throwing for NINE touchdowns in the 73-34 win. In the process, the Houston QB broke the record for career touchdown passes by an FBS player, which he tied down at 155 by the end of the season.
Casey Brockman: 45/67, 600 yards, 7 TDs, 1 INT, 15-yard TD catch
vs Tennessee State, 9/17/11
Murray State's Brockman embarrassed Tennnessee State, chucking up an even 600 yards, good for the second-highest amount in all of the NCAA in 2011. On top of that, seven touchdown passes, and just for good measure, let his receivers spread the wealth when one of them tossed him a 15-yard touchdown of his own.
Chris Forcier: 12/16, 226 yards, 7 TDs, 58 yards rushing, 1 TD
vs Presbyterian, 9/24/11
Forcier was a touchdown-scoring machine for Furman on this day, somehow piling up seven of them on just twelve pass attempts, while also gutting the defense for 58 yards and another score on the ground. for a near-perfect game.
Travis Lane: 28/32, 389 yards, 7 TDs
vs N.C. Wesleyen, 9/10/11
D-III QB Travis Lane at Hampden-Sydney was an unstoppable force in this game, tossing for 389 yards and 7 TDs against only four incompletions on 32 total attempts.
Matthew Silva: 14/14, 234 yards, 5 TDs, 58 yards rushing, 1 TD
vs Nichols, 9/19/11
The freshman Silva did the impossible down in D-III Framingham State, throwing an actual perfect game; 14 of 14 passing, no incompletions, no sacks. Five of the passes went for touchdowns, he ran another in on the ground, stayed in to chip in six of the extra points, and may have helped sweep up the concession stand after the game.