David Ubben Here's this week's collection of tidbits and obscure stats, courtesy of ESPN Stats & Information and various sports information departments across the Big 12. Thanks again to all of you. Nebraska quarterback Taylor Martinez is the nation's leader in passing efficiency away from home. He has a rating of 204.9 on the road compared to 119.0 at home. He's thrown seven touchdowns to no interceptions on the road versus two touchdowns and four interceptions in home games. In road games, he's completing 72.2 percent of third-down passes, versus 48.6 percent at home. When Nebraska has thrown to receiver Niles Paul on third down, it's resulted in a completion on 81.3 percent of attempts, versus 48.1 percent for the rest of the team. Nebraska has won eight consecutive road games. Oklahoma State receiver Justin Blackmon has at least 100 yards and a touchdown in nine consecutive games this year. The national record is 11, set by Aaron Turner of Pacific in 1991. Martinez needs just 43 rushing yards to become the third quarterback all-time to rush for 1,000 yards and throw for 1,000 more as a freshman. Missouri's Brad Smith and Kent State's Josh Cribbs are the only two others to accomplish the feat. Nebraska has played in College Station just three times prior to Saturday. Landry Jones has never played against Baylor. Oklahoma's 33-7 win in Norman was the only game last year Sam Bradford started and finished. Oklahoma opponents average 2.65 yards a punt return, which ranks No. 2 nationally. Texas A&M running back Cyrus Gray is the first Texas A&M running back to top 100 yard in four consecutive games since 1993. No Aggies back has done it five consecutive games since Darren Lewis in 1990. The last time Texas A&M didn't throw a touchdown pass was a 2008 loss to Arkansas State, a streak of 34 games. With a win over Iowa State, Missouri could earn the program's third nine-win season in four years, but it would be just the sixth in the history of the program. A win would also make the 2010 senior class the all-time leaders in wins for any class ever at Missouri, with 39. Baylor is 5-70 all-time against South opponents, but swept its North slate this year with a 3-0 record to improve to 13-32 against the division. The Bears have come within single digits of Oklahoma just three times in 19 games. Last season was the first six-win conference season ever for Oklahoma State. A win over Kansas on Saturday would be the second. With 121 yards last week, receiver Paul Richardson became the first freshman in Colorado history with two 100-yard games. Kansas State's season closes with three road games, the second of which is Saturday in the conference season finale against Colorado. Texas receiver Mike Davis set a school record for freshmen with 43 catches after last week's game. Texas Tech and Weber State have never met. Originally posted by ESPN.com - Big 12 Blog Click here to view the article.