Five rushing touchdowns in a single game deserves at least a shoutout. That's what Boston College running back Andre Williams did Saturday against Army. Williams rushed 30 times for an incredible 263 yards and five scores against the Black Knights. It was the second time this season Williams topped the 200-yard rushing mark in a single contest. On the year, the senior running back has run 133 times for 768 yards and seven scores. Despite his appearance as a workhorse back, Williams averages a robust 5.8 yards per tote. Surprisingly, Williams does not lead the nation in rushing. In fact, he isn't even second. Antonio Andrews of Western Kentucky and David Fluellen of Toledo both have more than 800 yards on the ground this season. Nevertheless, Williams is an obvious stud for the Eagles.
Let's look at the rest of the pigskin action in this edition of the College Football Barometer.
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