By NOEY KUPCHAN
Houston's Case Keenum continues to garner plenty of national acclaim with each record he breaks at quarterback.
The Cougars' defense, however, is finally starting to receive some much-deserved attention.
Enjoying its highest ranking in more than 21 years, No. 8 Houston seeks a single-season school-record 12th consecutive victory as it visits Tulsa on Friday with a spot in the Conference USA title game on the line.
Keenum, the NCAA's career leader in passing yardage (17,855), total offense (18,771) and touchdown passes (145), broke the FBS record for completions (1,427) on Saturday, completing 30 of 45 passes for 318 yards and a TD in a 37-7 rout of SMU. He also tied former Hawaii quarterback Tim Chang's FBS record for career 300-yard passing games (36).
While Keenum appreciates the magnitude of breaking another record, he knows the Cougars (11-0, 7-0 Conference USA) find themselves in the midst of something bigger. Houston, which has never won 12 ga...