2-16: After UCLA got smashed 49-21 by Oklahoma, this is the record Chip Kelly has had as a head coach since being fired by the Eagles with one game left in the 2015 season.

Kelly went 2-14 in his one season leading the San Francisco 49ers in 2016 and after sitting out the 2017 season, UCLA won a fight with the University of Florida to get Kelly back to the sidelines in 2018.

The Bruins lost their opener to Cincinnati.

The biggest number, however, is the $19.5 million, paid in part by the Eagles, 49ers and Bruins, Kelly has guaranteed even if he doesn't add to those two victories.

2 + 195 = 12: The math equation for the kick-off return touchdowns South Florida freshman Terrence Horne had in the Bulls' victory over Georgia Tech.

After returning the opening kickoff for 34 yards, Horne took the one after a score by Tech 98 yards for a score.

Ga. Tech scored a touchdown and then Horne took a kick from Yellow Jackets kicker 97 yards to the house for another six points.

For the game, Horne had five kick returns for 264 yards. He also caught a touchdown pass giving him three scores on seven total touches.

Kansas running back Pooka Williams Jr. carries the ball against Central Michigan during an NCAA college football game Saturday, Sept. 8, 2018, in Mount Pleasant, Mich. (Jim Lahde/The Morning Sun via AP)
Kansas running back Pooka Williams Jr. carries the ball against Central Michigan during an NCAA college football game Saturday, Sept. 8, 2018, in Mount Pleasant, Mich. (Jim Lahde/The Morning Sun via AP)

3,283: The number of days it had been since Kansas University had won a road football game before winning at Central Michigan on Saturday.

The Jayhawks won at Texas El Paso on Sept. 12, 2009 and then put up goose eggs in 46 streak road games – an NCAA record across all divisions of football. Oh, yeah, they also lot three neutral site games with Missouri.

Last season, Kansas took the inglorious record from Western (Colo.) State, which lost 44 straight road games between 1926 and 1936.

106: The record number of overall times Alabama has been placed at the top of the Associated Press Top 25.

After beating Arkansas State and receiving 54 first-place to remain No.1 when the AP Poll was released on Sunday, the Crimson Tide broke out of a tie with Ohio State to stand alone with the most top-rankings in the poll that started in 1936.

Alabama reached No.1 for the first time under head coach Nick Saban on Nov. 2, 2008, the day after beating Arkansas State. Saban's Alabama teams have been No. 1 for at least part of every season since 2008, and 75 times overall.