Week five in college football saw a number of surprising results and even some huge upsets, led by the stunning road win turn in by Troy. It also saw a pair of running backs from Stanford and Georgia turn in history-making performances for their respective schools.

Troy stuns LSU

At halftime, No. 25 LSU was trailing Troy, a Sun Belt team, 10-0. It was the first time LSU had been trailing at halftime to a non-conference team at home since November 14th, 2009. LSU would end up losing to Troy 24-21 due to an impressive performance by running back Jordan Chunn who had 191 yards and one touchdown.

This was Troy's first win ranked opp since defeating No.17 Missouri 24-14 in 2004. The loss ended LSU's 49-game nonconference home winning streak that goes back to 2000. That year they lost to UAB 13-10.

Tennesse gets embarrassed at home

Coming off of a last second hail mary loss to Florida and then barely beating UMass at home, Tennesse faced a difficult test against No.7 Georgia.

The game ended with the Volunteers getting annihilated 41-0. It was the first time in 23 years that they were shutout, with the last time coming in a 31-0 loss against Florida.

This was also the team's 4th-largest loss in the AP poll era (1936). Head coach Butch Jones now has three of their six worst losses in the AP poll era.

It was also Tennessee's worst home loss since Vanderbilt defeated them 45-0 in 1905.

Meanwhile, Georgia's senior running Nick Chubb had 16 carries for 109 rushing yards. This was Chubb's 20th straight game with at least 100 rushing yards, tying Herschel Walker as the only running back's in school history to so.

Stanford's Bryce Love makes history

Stanford defeated Arizona State yesterday 34-24 to get back to having a winning record on the season (3-2) following a disappointing start to the year. Junior running back Bryce Love was the catalyst behind their offense once again, putting on a historical performance that will go down in the record books.

Love produced a school record 301 rushing yards on 25 carries and also added a touchdown. It was also his seventh consecutive 100-yard rushing game, tied for the second-longest streak in school history.

He also became only the third player since 2004 to reach 1,000 rushing yards through his team's first five games.

Love has 98 carries for 1,088 yards and 8 touchdowns, averaging 11.1 yards per carry. There have also only been three FBS players, Garrett Wolfe (1,181), Marcus Allen (1,136) and Byron Hanspard (1,112), that had more rushing yards through five games.