Through the first five weeks of the college football season, Utah State is allowing 346.8 yards per game, which ranks second in the Mountain West and 30th nationally.

The Aggies also rank third in the conference and 36th nationally in passing defense (202.2 ypg), third in the MW and 52nd nationally in scoring defense (23.8 ppg), sixth in the MW and 53rd in the nation in rushing defense (144.6 ypg), sixth in the MW and 60th nationally in sacks per game (2.2) and seventh in the conference and 93rd in the nation in passing efficiency defense (140.9).

Utah State has recorded 33 tackles for loss in its first five games and that average of 6.6 TFLs per game ranks third in the Mountain West and 33rd nationally.

The Aggies have converted 35-of-83 third downs on the season, and that percentage of .422 ranks fourth in the Mountain West and 51st nationally. Last year, USU converted 35.8 percent (66-184) of its third downs.

Offensively, Utah State ranks fourth in the Mountain West and 72nd nationally in completion percentage (.589), fourth in the conference and 77th in the nation in passing offense (219.8 ypg), 10th in the MW in total offense (377.4 ypg), 10th in the MW in sacks allowed (3.0 pg), 10th in the conference in passing efficiency (114.2), 11th in the MW in rushing offense (157.6 ypg) and 11th in the MW in scoring offense (23.2 ppg).

The Aggies have committed 34 penalties for 258 yards this season, and that average of 51.6 penalty yards per game ranks fourth in the Mountain West and 52nd in the nation.

Utah State is allowing just 18.64 yards per kickoff return to rank third in the Mountain West and 32nd nationally. The Aggies also rank third in the MW and 53rd in the nation in punt returns (9.4 ypr).

With its six takeaways and four turnovers this season, Utah State ranks fourth in the Mountain West and 39th nationally in turnover margin (+0.40). USU also ranks third in the conference and 14th nationally with its four turnovers offensively, and second in the MW and sixth nationally with its one fumble thus far this year.

Redshirt junior BS Dallin Leavitt ranks tied for second in the Mountain West and tied for 23rd nationally in interceptions (0.50 pg) and 16th in the conference in tackles (7.2 pg). Sophomore FS Jontrell Rocquemore ranks tied for fourth in the MW and tied for 34th nationally in interceptions (0.40 pg).

Senior DE Siua Taufa ranks tied for third in the MW and tied for 34th in the nation in fumbles recovered (0.20 pg), while senior WR Andrew Rodriguez ranks third in the MW and 45th nationally in punt returns (9.4 ypr). Junior QB Kent Myers ranks first in the MW and 27th in the nation in completions per game (21.0), second in the MW and 57th nationally in total offense (248.6 ypg), third in the MW and 69th nationally in completion percentage (.597), fourth in the conference and 61st in the nation in passing (217.4 ypg), eighth in the MW and 99th nationally in passing efficiency (115.6) and 10th in the MW with four passing touchdowns.

Senior RB Devante Mays ranks tied for 10th in the MW and tied for 94th in the nation in rushing touchdowns with three. Sophomore WR Ron’quavion Tarver ranks tied for sixth in the MW in receptions (4.2 pg). Junior RB Tonny Lindsey, Jr. ranks tied for 10th in the MW and tied for 94th nationally with three rushing touchdowns.

Freshman WR Rayshad Lewis ranks tied for ninth in the MW in receptions (3.8 pg). Redshirt senior LB Anthony Williams ranks tied for 12th in the MW in tackles (7.4 pg). Senior LB Brock Carmen ranks tied for 28th in the MW in tackles (6.0 pg).

Senior FS Devin Centers ranks tied for 34th in the MW in tackles (5.8 pg). Junior LB Alex Huerta ranks tied for 39th in the MW in tackles (5.4 pg). Senior LB Leki Uasike ranks tied for 43rd in the MW in tackles (5.2 pg).

Junior PK Brock Warren ranks tied for fifth in the conference and tied for 51st nationally in field goals per game (1.20) and tied for sixth in the MW and tied for 47th in the nation in field goal percentage (.750).

The Aggies (2-3, 0-2 Mountain West) return to action on Saturday, Oct. 8, when they hit the road for the second-straight week to take on Colorado State (2-3, 0-1) at Hughes Stadium. The game is slated to kick off at 8 p.m., and can be seen on CBS Sports Network.