The Ole Miss Rebels and their vaunted Landshark defense forced a turnover for a 30th straight game in their 34-3 win over Tennessee in Oxford on Saturday. The streak dates back to the 2012 season and is the second-longest active streak among FBS teams.

Here are some other streaks from around the SEC that were extended or ended this weekend:

Alabama: The Crimson Tide scored in its 176th straight game in its 59-0 of Texas A&M Saturday, extending the longest streak in school history.

Florida: The Gators rushed for at least 100 yards as a team for the sixth straight game to begin the season despite losing by 29 to Missouri on Saturday.

Georgia: Linebacker Amarlo Herrera started his 37th straight game for the Bulldogs, and center David Andrews made his 34th straight start in Georgia’s win over Arkansas. Freshman tailback Nick Chubb made his second straight start and rushed for at least 100 yards for the second straight week.

LSU: LSU won its sixth game of the season with Saturday’s 41-3 victory over Kentucky, earning bowl eligibility for the 15th straight year. The Tigers also won their 12th straight game when they have a tailback rush for 100 yards.

Missouri: Missouri recorded its eighth straight road victory in its 42-13 win over Florida Saturday.

South Carolina: The Gamecocks won their 17th straight non-conference game and 35th straight game against a team from outside the power conferences with its 41-10 over Furman on Saturday. Place kicker Elliott Fry also converted his 11th and 12th consecutive field goal attempts in the win.

Texas A&M: Freshman wideout Speedy Noil recorded more than 100 all-purpose yards for the third straight game in A&M’s embarrassing loss to Alabama. The loss to the Tide marked the Aggies third straight defeat, their longest losing streak since 2011.

And outside the SEC, defending national champion Florida State extended the nation’s best win streak to 23 games with a thrilling 31-27 win over Notre Dame Saturday night.