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2012 TEXAS TECH FOOTBALL MEDIA SUPPLEMENT Texas Tech University Athletics Communications Third Edition, Summer 2012

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CREDITS EDITOR Blayne Beal EDITORIAL ASSISTANCE Scott Lacefield, Britton Drown, Mike Gustafson Chris Cook DESIGN/LAYOUT Blayne Beal PHOTOGRAPHY Michael Strong, Norvelle Kennedy, Office of Communications & Marketing PRINTING Copy Craft Printers 4413 82nd St. Lubbock, TX 79424 (806) 794-7752

TEXAS TECH ATHLETICS MISSION STATEMENT To Educate, Serve and Grow Fearless Champions

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TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION Table of Contents _____________________________________ 1 Athletics Style Guide/Social Media Principles____________________ 2 Texas Tech Athletics Communications/Media Information __________ 3-4 Opponent Directory ____________________________________ 4 Quick Facts ________________________________________ 5-6 Network Television Stadium Map ___________________________ 7 History of Texas Tech University ____________________________ 8 Texas Tech Traditions _________________________________ 9-10 University Administration ________________________________11 Director of Athletics/NCAA Faculty Representative ________________12 THE RED RAIDERS Preseason Depth Chart __________________________________14 Numerical Roster ___________________________________15-16 Alphabetical Roster __________________________________17-18 Player Biographies __________________________________19-66 2012 Signing Class __________________________________67-70 COACHES & STAFF Head Coach Tommy Tuberville ___________________________72-75 Offensive Coordinator Neal Brown __________________________76 Defensive Coordinator Art Kaufman _________________________77 Sonny Cumbie/John Lovett _______________________________78 Tommy Mainord/Robert Prunty ____________________________79 Chad Scott/Fred Tate ___________________________________80 Chris Thomsen/Joe Walker _______________________________81 Support Staff ________________________________________82 2011 SEASON REVIEW Season Results _______________________________________84 Offensive/Special Teams Individual Statistics__________________84-86 Defensive Individual Statistics _____________________________87 Game-By-Game Starters/Team Game-By-Game Statistics____________88 Game-By-Game Individual Statistics (Offense) ___________________89 Game-By-Game Individual Statistics (Defense) __________________90 Superlatives ________________________________________91 Longest Plays______________________________________92-93 Scoring Drives _____________________________________94-95 Preseason Honors/Postseason Honors/Tech’s Record When ___________96 Game Recaps _____________________________________ 97-102

HISTORY & RECORDS All-Americans ______________________________________ 104 All-Big 12 Conference ______________________________ 105-106 All-Southwest Conference _______________________________ 107 All-Border Conference _________________________________ 108 Academic All-Conference ____________________________ 109-110 National Awards _____________________________________ 111 Team Awards ____________________________________ 112-113 All-Star Games ___________________________________ 114-115 Red Raiders In The NFL ______________________________ 116-117 Red Raiders In The NFL Draft _____________________________ 118 Texas Tech Hall of Honor _____________________________ 119-120 Texas Tech Ring of Honor _______________________________ 121 Letterwinners ___________________________________ 122-128 All-Time Assistant Coaches ______________________________ 128 Head Coaches_______________________________________ 129 All-Time Series Records ________________________________ 130 Year-By-Year Results _______________________________ 131-137 National Polls ___________________________________ 138-139 Bowl History _______________________________________ 140 Bowl Records _______________________________________ 141 Passing___________________________________________ 142 Passing/Receiving ____________________________________ 143 Rushing __________________________________________ 144 Total Offense/All-Purpose _______________________________ 145 Scoring ___________________________________________ 146 Defense __________________________________________ 147 Kickoff Return ______________________________________ 148 Punting __________________________________________ 149 Team _________________________________________ 150-151 Stadium/Attendance __________________________________ 152

EDITOR’S NOTE In July 2012, Texas Tech lost one of its biggest fans. Ken Moore, Tech’s longtime operations supervisor passed away leaving behind a multitude of people who knew and loved him. He was a mentor, colleague and friend. For 21 years, Ken roamed the Texas Tech Football sidelines coordinating the communications system for the coaching staff. Often a very thankless job, Ken played a vital role in helping position the Red Raiders for a victory every Saturday during the fall. His love of this university reached beyond the football field as he was an avid supporter of every single Texas Tech team that took the field, the court or the pitch. He worked countless hours making sure that our student-athletes had the very best possible playing conditions and other teams were treated with warm West Texas hospitality when they visited. This wasn’t a job for Ken – it was a labor of love.

2012 SCHEDULE Date Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 24

Opponent Northwestern State at Texas State New Mexico OPEN at Iowa State Oklahoma West Virginia (HC) at TCU at Kansas State Texas Kansas at Oklahoma State vs. Baylor

Location Lubbock, Texas San Marcos, Texas Lubbock, Texas

Time TBA 6 p.m. TBA

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His love of this university and for the people that he worked alongside was unmatched. As a young professional, Ken was a constant and steady hand that provided countless hours of support so that I (and many others) could be successful. But aside from that, what mattered most to me was our friendship. I will miss those early morning hours on Sundays prior to the last baseball game of a weekend series where we would sip on coffee, eat a breakfast burrito and talk. The conversation always revolved around our beloved Red Raiders and branched out to other important topics in our lives – then always circled back to the Scarlet and Black. Ken spent a lot of hours away from his family during his time at Texas Tech. I hope they know how much he meant to our department and how his friendship blessed so many of us. This 2012 Media Supplement is dedicated to Ken’s memory. Guns Up my friend. I know you will be cheering us on from the best seats in the house. Blayne Beal Editor WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

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ATHLETICS STYLE GUIDE

SOCIAL MEDIA PRINCIPLES

OFFICIAL MARK The official mark is the Double T, shown here in the 1-color version. In 1994, Texas Tech University partnered with the Collegiate Licensing Company to manage the licensing program and to establish a foundation for promoting and protecting the use of the university trademarks. Texas Tech University has registered the names, logos and trademarks of the university with the U.S. Office of Patent and Trademarks (www.uspto.gov) and the State of Texas. Policies and procedures have been developed to license the use of the marks. The Assistant Athletic Director - External Operations along with the Collegiate Licensing Company (CLC) administers the licensing program.

Texas Tech Athletics strives to be a dynamic and innovative leader in the social media universe. We desire to make real time connections with you – our passionate and devoted fans. And just like our student-athletes and coaches, we want to be the very best. So we are inviting you into this home away from home and we encourage you to become part of the conversation. Engage with your fellow Red Raiders across all of our social platforms and help us spread our motto of “Fearless Champions” to the world. Provide us your feedback and let us know how we can help improve your fan experience. Remember, that in this house we are all family and families stick together. Help us Protect Our House!

The following marks are federally registered in the name of Texas Tech University and should be represented with a registration symbol (®): Verbiage - Texas Tech University; Logo - Three-dimensional Double T; Raider Red character; Wreck ‘em Tech; Raiderland The following marks are registered with the State of Texas in the name of Texas Tech University and should be represented with a TM: Verbiage: Texas Tech University, Red Raiders, Texas Tech Red Raiders, Lady Raiders, Texas Tech Lady Raiders and Red Raider Club Logos: Texas Tech University, Texas Tech, Texas Tech Red Raiders, Lady Raiders, Texas Tech University and face of masked rider, Double T and masked rider, One-dimensional Double T (old design), Three-dimensional Double T with Texas Tech Red Raiders, Three-dimensional Double T with Texas Tech Lady Raiders, Red Raiders with side view of masked rider on horse, Raiders Rojos with side view of masked rider on horse, Front view of masked rider on horse, Lil’ Red Raider with masked rider on horse, Texas Tech University System Seal, Texas Tech University Seal. For information relating to the licensing program: Paige Holland Associate Athletics Director - External Operations Director of Licensing (806) 742-1195 • paige.holland@ttu.edu COLORS The official colors of Texas Tech are scarlet (red) and black. PMS 485c | Process Black | Cool Gray 5 (accent color) NICKNAME The official nickname of Texas Tech is the Red Raiders. At no time is it appropriate to refer to any team as the Raiders. MASCOT The official mascot of Texas Tech is the Masked Rider. The Masked Rider, a worldwide symbol of the strength and prestige of Texas Tech University, was recently named by the Associated Press as the ninth-best mascot in college football. Raider Red was created from a drawing by the late Lubbock cartoonist Dirk West as an alternative to the Masked Rider and is a public relations mascot who shakes hands with the crowds at athletic events and poses for pictures.

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SOCIAL MEDIA PRINCIPLES RANSPARENT – We commit to having an open discussion about Texas Tech Athletics. In turn, we ask that you be respectful, be open, exercise good judgment and be PASSIONATE! The world of social media operates just like the real one, so be sure to make the Golden Rule (treat others as you would like to be treated) your guide when joining in on the conversation. We encourage discussion and debate as long as it falls under mutual respect, and we also ask that you stay on topic as off topic comments only lead to confusion. Texas Tech Athletics has followers of all ages and backgrounds, so help us maintain an environment that is positive, respectful, and inclusive for ALL fans and followers of Texas Tech Athletics. Please remember that our student-athletes are amateurs (most are in the age bracket of 18-23) and are not paid professionals – so please don’t judge them as such. Most importantly, show us your passion for Texas Tech Athletics and help others join in on the conversation by leading them to our social channels.

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NGAGING – Be Social! That’s the number one request that we have because we want to hear from you. Your thoughts and opinions matter and we are providing the tools so that you can engage and communicate with us directly. Our social channels are meant for all fans and they are devoted to constructing a sense of community amongst us.

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OMPLIANT – Texas Tech Athletics will abide by the governing rules of the NCAA, Big 12 Conference and Texas Tech University. There are some topics (i.e. recruiting, gambling etc.) that we are not allowed to comment on and will not be allowed on our social channels.

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ELPFUL – Texas Tech Athletics staff members will be available to answer questions and take your feedback. We will make every reasonable effort to respond to all inquiries in a timely manner. Our goal is to keep you informed about all 17 intercollegiate sports at Texas Tech and the many events that surround them. We also pledge to be good listeners and will take your feedback into consideration when making decisions. No one is perfect and we are sure that we will make a misstep in our efforts to engage with the social web, but we will be sure to learn from our mistakes. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT Posts on any Texas Tech social channel containing profanity, hate speech, and offensive or vulgar language will be deleted. Personal attacks on other users, TTU coaches, studentathletes, administrators and staff members are prohibited. Posts involving prospective student-athletes (recruits) or current student-athletes in any sport will be removed. Posts or comments concerning gambling, betting, odds, or wagering on any sport at any competition level (e.g. college, professional) will be removed. Posts containing offsubject, commercial/political or fund raising solicitations, spam, or copyright/trademark infringement will be deleted. Some users will deliberately post inappropriate or offensive comments on social channels in order to elicit responses from other users. Such comments will be removed and these users banned from that particular social channel. TTU Athletics reserves the right, at our discretion, to remove any post or to revoke a user’s privilege to post to our social channels. Comments posted by others on this page do not reflect the opinions of TTU Athletics or its employees.

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TEXAS TECH ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS WWW.TEXASTECH.COM/MEDIA INFORMATION

Blayne Beal Associate AD

Travis Cram Trenten Hilburn Scott Lacefield Britton Drown Associate Director Associate Director Associate Director Assistant Director

Matt Dowdy Sheila Tucker Assistant Director Admin. Asst.

CONTACT INFORMATION Blayne Beal (Primary Football Contact, Men’s Golf) Associate Athletics Director Office _____________________ (806) 742-2770 Cell ______________________ (806) 790-7924 Email __________________ blayne.beal@ttu.edu Twitter ______________________ @BlayneBeal Travis Cram (Women’s Basketball, Multimedia) Associate Director/Director of Multimedia Office _____________________ (806) 742-2770 Cell ______________________ (806) 392-8805 Email ___________________travis.cram@ttu.edu Twitter ______________________ @TravisCram Trenten Hilburn (Men’s Basketball, Men’s & Women’s Tennis) Associate Director Office _____________________ (806) 742-2770 Cell ______________________ (806) 392-3543 Email ________________ trenten.hilburn@ttu.edu Twitter ________________________@THilburn Scott Lacefield (Secondary Football Contact, Baseball) Associate Director Office _____________________ (806) 742-2770 Cell ______________________ (817) 691-3786 Email _________________ scott.lacefield@ttu.edu Twitter ____________________ @ScottLacefield Britton Drown (Secondary Football Contact, Track, Soccer) Assistant Director Office _____________________ (806) 742-2770 Cell ______________________ (972) 679-5094 Email _________________ britton.drown@ttu.edu Twitter _____________________ @B_DrownTTU Matt Dowdy (Volleyball, Softball, Women’s Golf) Assistant Director Office _____________________ (806) 742-2770 Cell ______________________ (806) 928-5190 Email _______________ matthew.dowdy@ttu.edu Twitter _____________________@Matt_Dowdy Sheila Tucker (Office Manager, Reservations) Administrative Assistant Office _____________________ (806) 742-2770 Email __________________sheila.tucker@ttu.edu

CREDENTIAL REQUESTS Please direct all credential requests to the online credential portal located at www.texastech.com. Confirmation of your request will be made upon review by Blayne Beal. Credentials are limited to members of the working media who are assigned to cover Texas Tech Football. Please note that Texas Tech Athletics does not grant credential requests to freelance photographers. Credentials must be requested on-line by 5 p.m. of Wednesday each game week. All requests made game week will be held for pickup until 5 p.m. Friday at the Athletics Communications Office in Room 117 in the south end of Jones AT&T Stadium. Credentials not picked up by 5 p.m. Friday will be available at the Jones AT&T Stadium Will Call window on Saturday. Will Call opens three hours prior to kickoff. MEDIA HOTEL The Baymont Inn & Suites will serve as the media hotel for the 2012 season. Texas Tech has negotiated a rate of $99 per night for football season and $69 per night for basketball/baseball. Please call or email Sheila Tucker to make reservations. ROAD CREDENTIAL REQUESTS Please direct all credential requests for Texas Tech’s road games to the host school’s media relations/communications director. Please note that most schools request that you fill out on an on-line application in order to be considered for credentials. TEXAS STATE (Sept. 8) Rick Poulter rpoulter@txstate.edu (512) 245-2966 www.txstatebobcats.com IOWA STATE (Sept. 29) Tom Kroeschell tkroesch@iastate.edu (515) 294-3372 www.cyclones.com TCU (Oct. 20) Mark Cohen m.cohen@tcu.edu (817) 257-5394 www.gofrogs.com

OKLAHOMA STATE (Nov. 17) Gavin Lang gavin.lang@okstate.edu (405) 744-3875 www.okstate.com BAYLOR (Nov. 24 - Cowboys Stadium) Blayne Beal blayne.beal@ttu.edu (806) 790-7924 www.texastech.com PHOTOGRAPHERS Photo credentials and photo vests are to be properly displayed at all times and are good for press box access at all times. Photographers must stay behind the dotted line that surrounds the field and are not permitted in the team bench areas. Photo vests are distributed on game day in the press box. PRESS FACILITIES The Jones AT&T Stadium Press Box is equipped with both ethernet lines and wireless capabilities. For wireless access, contact a member of the Texas Tech Athletics Communications staff on game day. The press box has seating for 108 working members of the press and a dedicated photo workroom for up to 10 photographers. PARKING Media parking for the 2012 season will be located at the Texas Tech Greenhouse and the Texas Tech International Cultural Center. Media shuttles will transport credentialed members of the media from those parking areas to Jones AT&T Stadium. Please follow the instructions located on the back of your parking pass for access to each of these parking areas. MONDAY MEDIA LUNCHEON During the season, Texas Tech Head Coach Tommy Tuberville will hold a weekly media luncheon inside the football training facility, located next to Jones AT&T Stadium. The event will be held each Monday morning at 11 a.m. beginning on August 27 and running through Nov. 19. Coach Tuberville will be joined by requested players who are able to attend the event when class schedules do not conflict. Please submit your requested players for each Monday’s media luncheon by 2 p.m. on the preceding Sunday. Transcripts of each news conference will be available on the athletics web site (www.texastech.com) on Monday afternoon.

KANSAS STATE (Oct. 27) Kenny Lannou klannou@k-state.edu (785) 532-7977 www.k-statesports.com

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TUBERVILLE AVAILABILITY Sunday: By phone Monday: Big 12 Conference Call, weekly media luncheon and by special request Tuesday: Following practice Wednesday: Following practice Thursday: No availability Friday: No availability Saturday: Postgame BIG 12 CONFERENCE CALL In addition to his weekly news conference, Tommy Tuberville is available on the Big 12 Conference weekly teleconference at 10:50 a.m. on Mondays. Contact Joni Lehmann in the league office for access to the teleconference (469/524-1007). Order of Coaches 9:50 a.m. – Mack Brown, Texas 10:00 a.m. – Charlie Weis, Kansas 10:10 a.m. – Bob Stoops, Oklahoma 10:20 a.m. – Mike Gundy, Oklahoma State 10:30 a.m. – Bill Snyder, Kansas State 10:40 a.m. – Dana Holgorsen, West Virginia 10:50 a.m. – Tommy Tuberville, Texas Tech 11:00 a.m. – Art Briles, Baylor 11:10 a.m. – Paul Rhoads, Iowa State 11:20 a.m. – Gary Patterson, TCU The call will be available live and archived on www.Big12Sports.com. A replay will also be provided for 48 hours, beginning at 4 p.m. CT on Mondays at 866-243-0021. PLAYER/COACH AVAILABILITY Players will be available on Monday’s (by request) during the weekly media luncheon and on Tuesday afternoon following practice. For Tuesday’s post-practice interviews, please submit a list of players to Blayne Beal by 1 p.m. each Tuesday afternoon. Phone interviews will be conducted following Tuesday’s practice session. Offensive coordinator Neal Brown and defensive coordinator Art Kaufman will be available to the media following practice on Sunday only. Assistant coaches will not be made available. TEXAS TECH PRACTICE SCHEDULE The team will practice each day except for Monday and interviews will follow at the conclusion of practice. All practices are closed with the exception of the first 15 minutes on Tuesday and Wednesday for B-Roll footage only. Sunday – TBA (Coordinators Only) Monday - No Practice (Tuberville & Requested Players) Tuesday - 3:45 p.m. (Tuberville & Players) Wednesday - 3:45 p.m. (Tuberville) Thursday - 3:45 p.m. (No Availability) VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS/NEWS CONFERENCES Video from news conferences and games will be available to the media via FTP. Broadcast quality video footage (game highlights, post-practice interviews, post-game interviews, etc) are available at www.ttumedia.com. Please contact the athletics communications office for login instructions. WEEKLY RELEASE Texas Tech’s weekly release and stat package, which includes notes and depth charts, is available each Sunday online at texastech.com.

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PHOTO REQUESTS Please submit your requests to Blayne Beal. WWW.TEXASTECH.COM This is the official web site of the Texas Tech Athletics Department. Texas Tech football releases as well as a wide variety of athletics department information can be found in our online space. SOCIAL MEDIA Texas Tech athletics offers numerous ways to follow Red Raider football through social media channels. Twitter: @TechAthletics: News and information on all 17 intercollegiate sports at Texas Tech, including football @TechGameDay: Score updates as well as photo and video features on Saturdays @TTuberville: Head Coach Tommy Tuberville @BlayneBeal: Associate AD/Communications (Football) Blayne Beal @RedRaiderRules: Know the rules when it comes to NCAA and Big 12 Conference compliance Facebook Fan Pages: Texas Tech Athletics Department The Official Tommy Tuberville Fan Page For the media: Live video streaming of any Texas Tech Athletics event, including news conferences, on any social media platform is strictly prohibited. Violations of this policy will lead to a revocation of credentials. USE OF AUDIO/VIDEO Any media entity collecting any sort of “video or audio materials” (film, traditional video or audio, digital video or audio, photos, etc.) from Texas Tech University Athletics game events or press conference/media events may use that material only for traditional television newscasts, Webbased or print coverage, or other electronic transmission as approved by the University in writing, with a limitation of up to three (3) minutes in length from any single event. Such media entity may not offer any live video, audio or other coverage of the event without the advance, written permission of Texas Tech University Athletics. This policy includes all games, matches and events involving any of Texas Tech’s athletic programs. It includes all media events -- press conferences, pre/post-practice interviews and pre/post-game interviews. An exception would be a one-on one interview arranged through the Texas Tech Athletics Communications office with a Texas Tech, coach, athlete or administrator. NCAA SPECIAL NOTICE Texas Tech is on NCAA probation for two years (January 7, 2011 through January 6, 2013) as the result of impermissible text messaging sent by former members and members of the staffs in the sports of football, men’s golf, and women’s softball during the time period August 2007 to February 2009. Penalties were self-imposed by Texas Tech and included recruiting restrictions and scholarship reductions. All self-imposed penalties have been served.

OPPONENT DIRECTORY NORTHWESTERN STATE Saturday, Sept. 1 Jones A&T Stadium, Lubbock Doug Ireland ________________ireland@nsula.edu Office/Cell ________ (318) 357-6747/(318) 471-2086 TEXAS STATE Saturday, Sept. 8 Bobcat Stadium, San Marcos Rick Poulter ______________ rpoulter@txstate.edu Office/Cell ________ (512) 245-2966/(512) 738-0697 NEW MEXICO Saturday, Sept. 15 Jones AT&T Stadium, Lubbock Greg Archuleta ______________ garchsr@unm.edu Office/Cell ________ (505) 925-5520/(505) 440-3366 IOWA STATE Saturday, Sept. 29 Jack Trice Stadium, Ames Tom Kroeschell ____________ tkroesch@iastate.edu Office/Cell _________(515) 294-3372/(515)460-5834 OKLAHOMA Saturday, October 6 Jones AT&T Stadium, Lubbock Pete Moris __________________ pmoris@ou.edu Office _____________________ (405) 325-7008 WEST VIRGINIA Saturday, October 13 Jones AT&T Stadium, Lubbock Mike Montoro ________ mike.montoro@mail.wvu.edu Office/Cell ________ (304) 293-2821/(304) 276-2605 TCU Saturday, October 20 Amon G. Carter Stadium, Fort Worth Mark Cohen ________________ m.cohen@tcu.edu Office/Cell ________ (817) 257-5394/(817) 343-2017 KANSAS STATE Saturday, October 27 Bill Snyder Family Stadium, Manhattan Kenny Lannou _____________ klannou@k-state.edu Office/Cell ________ (785) 532-7977/(785) 587-7867 TEXAS Saturday, November 3 Jones AT&T Stadium, Lubbock John Bianco ______ john.bianco@athletics.utexas.edu Office/Cell ________ (512) 471-1346/(512) 748-9315 KANSAS Saturday, November 10 Jones AT&T Stadium, Lubbock Katy Lonergan __________________katyl@ku.edu Office/Cell ________ (785) 864-7314/(785) 691-7026 OKLAHOMA STATE Saturday, November 17 Boone Pickens Stadium, Stillwater Gavin Lang _____________ gavin.lang@okstate.edu Office/Cell ________ (405) 744-3875/(405) 612-9274 BAYLOR Saturday, November 24 Cowboys Stadium, Arlington Heath Nielsen _________ heath_nielsen@baylor.edu Office/Cell ________ (254) 710-3538/(254) 709-4237 AT&T COTTON BOWL MEDIA SERVICES Assists with the Texas Tech vs. Baylor Game Saturday, Nov. 24, Cowboys Stadium Charlie Fiss ___________ charlie@attcottonbowl.com Office/Cell ________ (817) 892-4800/(214) 549-8165

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SOCIAL MEDIA DIRECTORY Facebook _______________________ www.facebook.com/techathletics ______________________www.facebook.com/coachtuberville Twitter ______________________ @TechAthletics (covers all 17 sports) _____________@TechGameDay (in-game updates for all 17 sports) ___________________@Blayne Beal (Associate AD/Football SID) ____________________________ @TTuberville (head coach) ________________________ @KirbyHocutt (athletics director) __________________ @CoachNealBrown (offensive coordinator) ____________________@CoachChadScott (runningbacks coach) __________________@SonnyCumbieTTU (inside receivers coach) YouTube ________________________ www.youtube.com/techathletics TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY Location _______________________________________ Lubbock, Texas Founded _____________________________________________ 1923 Enrollment __________________________________________ 31,637 Chancellor ________________________________________ Kent Hance President _______________________________________Dr. Guy Bailey Faculty Athletics Representative _______________________ Brian Shannon NCAA Affiliation ______________________________________ Divison I Athletics Conference _________________________ Big 12 (Charter Member) Nickname ________________________________________ Red Raiders Official Mascot _________________________ Masked Rider (horse and rider) Unofficial Mascot _________________________ Raider Red (cartoon figure) Colors________________________ Scarlet (PMS 485c) & Black (Process Black) Stadium (capacity) _______________________ Jones AT&T Stadium (60,454) Stadium Luxury Suites _____________________________________ 84 Stadium Club Seats _____________________________________ 1,644 Stadium Surface ____________________________FieldTurf (installed 2006) Band _______________________ Goin’ Band From Raiderland (400 members) TEAM INFORMATION 2011 Record/Big 12 Finish_______________________ 5-7, 2-7 (Big12)/Ninth Offensive Scheme ______________________________________Spread Defensive Scheme ________________________________________ 4-3 Lettermen Returning ______________________________________ 49 Lettermen Lost__________________________________________ 24 Offensive Starters Returning __________________________________ 9 (Waddle, Gallington, McDaniel, Doege, Stephens, Marquez/Douglas, Ward, Torres, Moore) Offensive Starters Lost ______________________________________ 2 (Edwards, Keown) Defensive Starters Returning __________________________________ 9 (Hyder, Mackey, Cobb/Dees, Eguavoen/Hubert, Phillips/Neboh/Mays, Johnson, Davis, Bullitt, Porter) Defensive Starters Lost______________________________________ 2 (Smith, Langley) First Year of Football _____________________________________ 1925 All-Time Record ____________________________524-405-32 (86 Seasons) All-Time Conference Record _____________________________247-198-10 Conference Championships ___________________________________ 2 Big 12 Division Championships (Last) ____________________1 (South-2008) Bowl Appearances (Record) _____________________________ 34 (12-22)

COACHING STAFF Head Coach ___________________________________ Tommy Tuberville First Year At Tech/Record ______________________ 2010/8-5 Record At Tech ______________________ 13-12 (Two Seasons) Big 12 Record _______________________ 5-12 (Two Seasons) Career Record ______________________ 123-72 (16 Seasons) Record At Auburn _____________________ 85-40 (10 Seasons) Record at Ole Miss ___________________ 25-20 (Four Seasons) SEC Record _________________________ 64-49 (14 Seasons) Bowl Games As Head Coach _______ 11 (last was TicketCity in 2010) Offensive Coordinator _______________________ Neal Brown (Third Season) Defensive Coordinator _______________________Art Kaufman (First Season) Assistant Coach: Inside Receivers ______________ Sonny Cumbie (Third Season) Assistant Coach: Defensive Backs ________________ John Lovett (First Season) Assistant Coach: Outside Receivers ____________ Tommy Mainord (Third Season) Assistant Coach: Outside Linebackers/Ends ________ Robert Prunty (Third Season) Assistant Coach: Running Backs _________________ Chad Scott (Third Season) Assistant Coach: Defensive Line ___________________ Fred Tate (First Season) Assistant Coach: Offensive Line ________________Chris Thomsen (First Season) Head Strength & Conditioning Coach: _____________ Joe Walker (Third Season) Graduate Assistant: Offense __________________ Justin Keown (First Season) Graduate Assistant: Offense ___________________Kevin Kilmer (First Season) Graduate Assistant: Defense _________________ Carlos Alvarado (First Season) Graduate Assistant: Defense ___________________ Jeff Howard (First Season) Graduate Assistant: Administration_______________ Kevin Oliver (First Season) SUPPORT STAFF Assistant AD/Football _________________________________ Andy Lutz Director of Operations ______________________________ Tommy McVay Director of Athletics Training/Head Football Trainer ___________Arnold Gamber Assistant Athletic Trainer _____________________________Steve Pincock Assistant Athletic Trainer ___________________________ Bryan Schneider Director of Pro & Player Relations _________________________ Jim Nichols Director of High School Relations/Weight Room Asst. _____________ Don Dunn Director of Player Development/Weight Room Asst. ______________ Scott Parr Chaplin_______________________________________________TBA Assistant Strength Coach ____________________________ Orlando Smith Assistant Strength Coach __________________________ Gur Minder Thind Assistant Strength Coach _____________________________ Aaron Uzzell Head Football Equipment Manager ________________________ Zane Perry Assistant Equipment Manager _________________________ Benny Conger Assistant Equipment Manager _______________________ Jordan Seawright Coordinator of Sports Broadcasting _______________________Jeremy Smith Administrative Assistant/Head Coach ___________________ Kirstie Sherman Administrative Assistant/Recruiting ______________________ Jennie Bailey Administrative Assistant/Business ____________________ Laura Vandergriff Administrative Assistant______________________________ Amy Tressler ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATION Director of Athletics_________________________________ Kirby Hocutt Deputy Athletics Director _______________________________ Joe Parker Senior Associate AD/Development & External Operations _________ Steve Uryasz Senior Associate AD/Business & Financial Operations __________ Bobby Gleason Senior Associate AD/Sport Administration/SWA ________________ Judi Henry Associate AD/Academic Support _________________________Felicia Martin Associate AD/Compliance __________________________ Jennifer Brashear Associate AD/Communications ___________________________ Blayne Beal Associate AD/Facility & Event Management________________________TBA Associate AD/Marketing & Promotions _____________________Paige Holland Associate AD/Red Raider Club __________________________ Amy McBride Associate AD/Ticket Operations ___________________________ Erik Book Director of Sports Broadcasting _______________________ David Hougland Senior Director/Institutional Advancement__________________ Andrea Tirey Assistant AD/Compliance ____________________________ Kurt Hunsaker Assistant AD/Academics _____________________________ Rodney Lackey Assistant AD/Special Projects ___________________________Marsha Sharp

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PHONE DIRECTORY Athletics Department _____________________________ Athletics Ticket Office______________________________ Football Training Facility ___________________________ Athletics Communications __________________________ Jones AT&T Stadium Press Box ________________________ Blayne Beal Office (Direct) __________________________ Blayne Beal Cell _________________________________

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ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS/FOOTBALL CONTACTS Associate Athletics Director (Primary) ______________________ Blayne Beal Office ______________________________ (806) 742-2762 Cell ________________________________ (806) 790-7924 Email____________________________ blayne.beal@ttu.edu Associate Director (Secondary) _________________________ Scott Lacefield Office ______________________________ (806) 742-2770 Cell ________________________________ (817) 691-3786 Email___________________________ scott.lacefield@ttu.edu Assistant Director (Secondary) _________________________ Britton Drown Office ______________________________ (806) 742-2770 Cell ________________________________ (972) 679-5094 Email___________________________britton.drown@ttu.edu Director of Sports Broadcasting (Video) __________________ David Hougland Office ______________________________ (806) 742-7492 Cell ________________________________ (806) 535-5177 Email__________________________david.hougland@ttu.edu LEARFIELD SPORTS (TEXAS TECH SPORTS NETWORK) General Manager ____________________________________Rick Leach Office ______________________________ (806) 744-6888 Email_________________ rleach@redraidersportsproperties.com Play-By-Play Announcer ______________________________ Brian Jensen Cell ________________________________ (972) 897-8388 Email________________________ redraiderradioguy@aol.com Color Analyst ______________________________________ John Harris Cell ________________________________ (806) 789-5176 Email___________________________ john.harris1@bms.com Sidelines __________________________________________Chris Level Cell ________________________________ (806) 789-9444 Email_________________________level@redraidersports.com Engineer __________________________________________Steve Pitts Cell ________________________________ (806) 790-3800 Email___________________________ spittz@suddenlink.net DIRECTIONS Location Jones AT&T Stadium is located on the Texas Tech campus near the intersection of Marsha Sharp Freeway and University Avenue. GPS Address________________________ 2526 6th Street, Lubbock, TX 79409 From Lubbock International Airport: Take I-27 south to downtown, take Marsha Sharp Freeway exit and head west (right turn). The stadium will be on the left. From US Highway 84: Follow US 84 to I-27 and head north (right turn). Take Marsha Sharp Freeway exit and head West (left turn) The stadium will be on the left. From US Highway 82: US Highway 82 turns into the Marsha Sharp Freeway at I-27. Continue heading west until you reach the stadium.

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Tommy Tuberville Neal Brown

Art Kaufman Defensive Coord.

Head Coach

Offensive Coord.

John Lovett Defensive Backs

Tommy Mainord Robert Prunty Outside Receivers OLB & Ends

Fred Tate Defensive Line

Chris Thomsen Offensive Line

Sonny Cumbie Inside Receivers

Chad Scott Running Backs

Carlos Alvarado Jeff Howard Defense Grad Asst. Defense Grad Asst.

Justin Keown Kevin Kilmer Kevin Oliver Offense Grad Asst. Offense Grad Asst. Admin. Grad Asst.

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NETWORK TELEVISION STADIUM MAP INFORMATION

North End Zone Camera Position. Elevated approx. 6 feet off the ground.

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-STexas Tech Student Section: Sections 14, 15, 16, 17, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28 PRESS LEVEL Texas Tech Goin’ Band From Raiderland: South Endzone (change from previous seasons). Sec. 26 Texas Tech SID: Row Two Seats 25-36 Visiting Band: Section 13 Visiting SID: Row Two Seats 21-24 Texas Tech Locker Room: Gate 1A Ramp (West) Visiting Locker Room: Gate 7A Ramp (East) Visiting Fans: Section 13 and Top of 116

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HISTORY OF TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY Texas Tech University was created by legislative action in 1923 and has the distinction of being the largest comprehensive higher education institution in the western two-thirds of the state of Texas. The university is the major institution of higher education in a region larger than 46 of the nation’s 50 states and is the only campus in Texas that is home to a major university, law school and medical school. Originally named Texas Technological College, the college opened in 1925 with six buildings and an enrollment of 914. Graduate instruction did not begin until 1927 within the school of Liberal Arts. A “Division of Graduate Studies” was established in 1935 and eventually became known as the Graduate School in 1954. By action of the Texas State Legislature, Texas Technological College formally became Texas Tech University on September 1, 1969. At that time the schools of Agricultural Sciences, Arts and Sciences, Business Administration, Education, Engineering and Home Economics also became known as “colleges.” Architecture became a college in 1986. Two colleges changed their names in 1993 to reflect the broadening fields each serves: the College of Agricultural Sciences became the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources and the College of Home Economics became the College of Human Sciences. The Honors College was established in 1998, and the College of Visual and Performing Arts opened in 2002. Mass Communications became a college in 2004. The Texas State Legislature authorized funds in 1965 for establishing the Texas Tech University School of Law, and the Law School’s first dean was appointed in 1966. The first class of 72 students enrolled in 1967. The Law School was approved by the American Bar Association in 1970 and is fully accredited by the Supreme Court of Texas (1968) and the Association of American Law Schools (1969). As a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association, Texas Tech began competing in the Big 12 Conference in 1996 after a 35-year membership in the former Southwest Conference. TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY AT A GLANCE President: Guy Bailey, Ph.D. Location: Lubbock, Texas Founded: 1923 11 Colleges: Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources Architecture Arts and Sciences Rawls College of Business Administration Education Whitacre College of Engineering Honors Human Sciences Mass Communication University College Visual and Performing Arts Graduate and Professional Schools: Graduate School School of Law Degrees: 150 undergraduate, 100 master’s and 50 doctoral

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TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY SYSTEM AT A GLANCE Chancellor: Kent Hance The Texas Tech University System is comprised of three institutions in the following locations. Listed below are the universities and their various campuses and academic sites. Angelo State University Boerne San Angelo Health Sciences Center Abilene Amarillo Dallas El Paso Highland Lakes Lubbock Permian Basin Texas Tech University Abilene Fredericksburg Highland Lakes Junction Lubbock Quedlinburg, Germany Seville, Spain

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TEXAS TECH TRADITION ARBOR DAY When Texas Tech first started, most of the funds went towards the buildings, but the campus was lacking its landscape. Then, in 1937, president Knapp decided to dedicate one day every spring to beautify the campus. On the first day of this now annual tradition, 20,000 trees were planted. This Tech tradition still goes on today as student and teachers plant trees and beautify the campus on Arbor Day. BANGIN’ BERTHA (SADDLE TRAMP BELL) Saddle Tramps carry Bangin Bertha, a bell on a trailer, to all home football games and homecoming events. Bertha was designed in 1959 by Saddle Tramp Joe Winegar, and was donated by the Santa Fe Railroad. Bangin’ Bertha is considered a spirit-raiser and a big tradition at Texas Tech. BLARNEY STONE On St. Patrick’s Day in 1939 Texas Tech University unveiled that they had discovered a piece of the Blarney Stone. According to the legend the stone was discovered by a group of petroleum engineers while they were on a field trip. After doing tests it was discovered that the stone was a piece of the original Blarney Stone. The stone now lies on a stand in front of the old Electrical Engineering Building. It is said that seniors that kiss the Blarney Stone upon graduation will receive the gift of eloquent speech.

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DOUBLE T There is no other symbol more recognized with Texas Tech than the Double T symbol. Though no one has yet stepped forward to claim credit for its design, historical evidence points to Texas Tech’s first football coach E.Y. Freeland, who put the Double T logo on sweaters for the football players. FIGHT SONG (FIGHT! RAIDERS! FIGHT!) Fight, Raiders, Fight! Fight, Raiders, Fight! Fight for the school we love so dearly. You’ll hit ‘em high, you’ll hit ‘em low. You’ll push the ball across the goal, Tech, Fight! Fight! We’ll praise your name, boost you to fame. Fight for the Scarlet and Black. You will hit ‘em, you will wreck ‘em. Hit ‘em! Wreck ‘em, Texas Tech! And the Victory Bells will ring out! ----Written by Carroll McMath

CARILLION In 1973, Ruth Baird Larabee made a donation to Texas Tech University to buy and install a carillon in memory of her parents. The Charles and Ruth Baird Memorial Carillon is located in the west tower of the administration building at the center of the Texas Tech campus. The beautiful music of the 36-bell instrument rang out over the campus during times of celebration and solemnity. Students, faculty, and staff, as well as visitors to the university, enjoyed the music for thirty years. The carillon became a one of our treasured Tech traditions.

GOIN’ BAND FROM RAIDERLAND The Goin’ Band from Raiderland - is one of the largest spirit raisers on campus and among the finest bands in the country. The original band in 1925, numbering only 21 members, was dressed in matador uniforms. In recent years, the band’s 400 members have returned to variations on that original look. The Goin’ Band performs at home and away football games, parades and at other special events. Following home games, devoted fans stick around to join the band in their traditional march out of Jones SBC Stadium, through the engineering key, around the circle, by the Administration Building and ending at the band parking lot behind the Music Building. The band was the 1998 recipient of the prestigious Sudler Trophy as the nation’s top marching band.

The carillon was refurbished and extended in 2005, adding additional bells to make 3 ½ octaves. The bourdon (the largest bell) weighs approximately eight hundred pounds, and the smallest, only about eight pounds. 12 of the bells were cast by Whitechapel Bell Foundry in England, 24 were cast by the Paccard Foundry in France, and the newest bells, by Meek & Watson Foundry in Ohio. The estimated value of this collection of bells today is $250,000.

GUNS UP The “Guns Up” sign is the widely recognized greeting of one Red Raider to another. It is also the sign of victory displayed by the crowd at every athletic event. The sign is made by extending the index finger outward while extending the thumb upward and tucking in the middle, little and fourth fingers to form a gun.

According to The Guild of Carillonneurs in North America, “A carillon is a musical instrument composed of at least 23 bells, arranged in chromatic sequence, so tuned as to produce concordant harmony when many bells are sounded together. It is played from a keyboard that allows expression through variation of touch.”

The sign can be traced back to L. Glenn Dippel, a 1961 alumnus of Texas Tech. He and his wife Roxie were living in Austin and faced the daily presence of the “Hook ‘em Horns” hand sign used by University of Texas fans. So, the Dippels decided to retaliate. They looked to mascot Raider Red and his raised guns for their inspiration and in 1971 developed the Guns Up hand symbol. The Saddle Tramps and Texas Tech cheerleaders immediately adopted Guns Up and a new tradition was born.

Every year since its inception, the Carol of Lights has featured carillon music. Additionally, each year on the Fourth of July at 1:00 p.m., the carillon is played in conjunction with the ceremonial ringing of the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia. Summer Sunday evening concerts are another of the Tech traditions. CAROL OF LIGHTS To celebrate the holiday season Texas Tech holds an annual event called the Carol of Lights. The event starts off with the Texas Tech University Combined Choirs performing selections of classic holiday songs at the Science Quadrangle. When the lighting ceremony commences, Students as well as those who came for the show stand in awe as over 25,000 red, white, and orange lights illuminate the 13 buildings surrounding memorial circle. This tradition started in 1959 when Harold Hinn came up with the idea and provided the funds to cover the science quadrangle and the administration building with lights. Unfortunately students were away on Christmas break and did not see the display. The next year the Residence Hall Association created the Christmas Sing, which is now known as the Carol of Lights. Today, the Carol of Lights is one of Texas Tech’s favorite traditions. DOUBLE T BENCH Located in the courtyard behind the Administration Building, this special bench was given by the seniors of the class of 1931. It was an announced tradition that no freshmen were allowed to sit on it.

HOMECOMING Homecoming is an exciting week full of activities for Texas Tech students. Such activities include a bonfire, parade, float competitions, open houses, award programs, and of course the homecoming football game. Another favorite event, which has been around since 1954, is the election of the homecoming queen. MASKED RIDER The Masked Rider is the oldest and most popular mascot of Texas Tech University that still exists today. Originally the Masked Rider started as a dare in 1936 and was then called the ghost rider, because no one knew the rider’s identity. These ghost riders circled the field at home football games and then disappeared. The Masked Rider did not become an official mascot until 1954, when Joe Kirk Fulton led the team out onto the field at the Gator Bowl. Fulton, wearing Levi’s, red shirt, a black cape and mounted on a black horse awed the crowd as the team made one of the most sensational entrances ever. Today the Masked Rider, with his or her guns up, leads the team out onto the field for all of the home games. The Masked Rider is one of the most visible figures at Tech.

DOUBLE T SADDLE MONUMENT Before the football team goes out onto the field they touch the sculpture of a saddle. The saddle was dedicated by the Saddle Tramps to Double T, one of the many Masked Rider Horses that served proudly over the years.

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MATADOR SONG (ALMA MATER) Fight, Matadors, for Tech! Songs of love we’ll sing to thee, Bear our banners far and wide. Ever to be our pride, Fearless champions ever be. Stand on heights of victory. Strive for honor evermore. Long live the Matadors! ----Music by Harry Lemaire, words by R.C. Marshall RAIDERGATE RaiderGate is Texas Tech’s official Student Tailgating section. Close to 10,000 Texas Tech students will attend the largest party on campus. Come out to RaiderGate, have fun, listen to some live bands, and Get Fired up for YOUR Texas Tech Red Raiders. RaiderGate is held 4 hours prior to each Home Football game and is brought to you by YOUR Student Government Association. RAIDER RED Prior to the 1971 season, the Southwest Conference passed a rule that prevented members of the conference from taking live animals to non-home games unless the host team had no objections. So Jim Gaspard, a member of the Saddle Tramps, created Raider Red from a drawing by the late Lubbock cartoonist Dirk West as an alternative to the Masked Rider. Raider Red’s student persona is kept a secret from the Tech community. Red is a public relations mascot who shakes hands with the crowds at athletic events and poses for pictures. He changes from boots to high-top court shoes for basketball games. Raider Red fires his two 12-gauge shotguns using powder-filled shells after every Tech touchdown and field goal. TTAA CLASS RING AND CEREMONY Since 1999, The Official Texas Tech Alumni Association Class Ring has been the universal symbol of academic achievement at Texas Tech. The single ring is a tradition that was brought back from the 1950s that encompasses the Double T, Masked Rider, Administration Bell Tower, and the Texas Tech seal. Cast inside each ring is “Strive For Honor,” taken from “The Matador Song.” Rings are presented by the University president at the Official Ring Ceremony in the Merket Alumni Center. SADDLE TRAMPS Formed by Tech student Arch Lamb in 1936, this all-male booster organization supports men’s athletics at Texas Tech. The name Saddle Tramp came from the stories of traveling men who would come to a farm for a brief time, fix up some things and move on. Lamb said he decided that he could fix up some things himself before moving on, and the Saddle Tramps were born. Since that time the Saddle Tramps believe if something was for the betterment of Texas Tech then they would work at it. These Midnight Raiders “paint the campus red” with crepe paper before big home games, form the legendary “Bell Circle” moments before kickoff, ring Bangin’ Bertha, participate in parades and other campus events (including the Carol of Lights), and ring the Victory Bells after Red Raider victories. TEXAS TECH SEAL Designed by the campus’ master planner, William Ward Watkin, in 1924, the Tech Seal’s symbols are the lamp, which represents “school,” the key for “home,” the book for “church,” and the star for “state.” Cotton bolls represent the area’s strong cotton industry and the eagle is suggestive of our country. The seal first appeared on Tech diplomas in 1948, but it wasn’t officially approved as “The” Seal of Texas Tech University until 1953. On April 27, 1972, the seal was placed at the Broadway and University entrance to the campus in what became known as the Amon G. Carter Plaza. It is made of red granite and stands 12 feet high. It has been referred to by students through the years as “the Oreo.” VICTORY BELLS In 1936 victory bells were given to Texas Tech as a class gift. The bells rang for the first time at the 1936 class’s graduation. It is said that after the win over TCU, the following year, the bells rang through out the night. The bells kept Lubbock residents up all night. Thereafter, the bell ringing was limited to 30 minutes. Saddle Tramps ring the bells after Texas Tech victories and during special occasions. The Victory Bells - one large and one small, which combine to weigh 1,200 pounds - hang in the east tower of the Administration Building.

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WILL ROGERS AND SOAPSUDS One of the most well known landmarks on campus is the statue of Will Rogers and his horse Soapsuds. This memorial was dedicated on February 16, 1950 by longtime friend of Rogers, Amon G. Carter. Carter believed Texas Tech was the perfect setting for the statue and that it would fit into the traditions and scenery of West Texas. The statue stands at 9’11” tall and weighs 3,200 pounds; its estimated cost was $25,000. On the base of the statue, the inscription reads “Lovable Old Will Rogers on his favorite horse, ‘Soapsuds,’ riding into the Western sunset.” Today Texas Tech tradition and legends surrounds the statue. According to one legend, the plan to face Will Rogers so that he could be riding off into the sunset did not work out as it would cause Soapsuds’ rear to be facing downtown. To solve this problem, the horse and Will was turned 23 degrees to the east so the horse’s posterior was facing in the direction of Texas A&M, one of the school’s rivals. Before every home football game the Saddle Tramps wrap Old Will with red crepe paper. Will Rogers and Soapsuds have also been wrapped up in black crepe paper to mourn national tragedies.

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ADMINISTRATION KENT HANCE Chancellor

DR. GUY BAILEY President

Kent Hance became the third chancellor of the Texas Tech University System on December 1, 2006.

Guy Bailey is the 15th president of Texas Tech University, assuming the position on August 1, 2008. Dr. Bailey came to Texas Tech from the University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC), where he served as chancellor from January 2006 until July 2008. Prior to his position at UMKC, he served as provost and executive vice president at the University of Texas-San Antonio from 1999 through 2005. Before becoming provost, Dr. Bailey served in administrative roles at UTSA, the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, the University of Memphis and Oklahoma State University. In addition to his administrative work, Dr. Bailey has taught at Texas A&M University and Emory University.

As chancellor, Hance is the chief executive officer of all campuses and academic sites of Texas Tech University, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center and Angelo State University. He is focusing his energies on continuing quality enrollment growth, enhancing research in areas of excellence and accentuating the programs and opportunities that prepare students for professional and personal success. Foremost on the agenda is fundraising for scholarships, professorships and endowments as well as capital contributions. The chancellor also works in Austin and Washington, D.C. to enhance funding for all institutions. Before becoming chancellor, Hance was a partner in Hance Scarborough, an Austin law firm. His firm’s primary focus was on state and federal administrative law, regulatory law and legislative law. In addition, he advised clients in oil, gas and other energy-related matters. Hance earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Texas Tech University in 1965 and graduated from the University of Texas School of Law in 1968. He returned to Lubbock to practice law and teach business law at Texas Tech. In 1973, he was named an outstanding professor at Texas Tech. Hance began a career in politics in 1974 when he won a seat in the Texas State Senate. While in the Senate, he was one of only four members who served jointly on the chamber’s two most powerful committees: Finance and State Affairs. Four years later, he won election to the 19th Congressional District. In 1981, Hance authored and won passage of President Reagan’s tax bill. While a member of Congress, Hance served on the Ways and Means Committee, the Agriculture Committee and the Science and Technology Committee. After Congress, Hance won election to the Texas Railroad Commission.

Under Dr. Bailey’s leadership, Texas Tech is on the path to achieve Tier One status and to become the state’s next national research university. In addition to reaching a new record for research funding last year, Texas Tech University has seen record enrollments in each of the last three semesters and anticipates another record enrollment this fall. Dr. Bailey is the author of about 100 books and articles, many co-authored by his wife, Dr. Jan Tillery, who holds a research appointment in the College of Arts and Sciences. Dr. Bailey and Dr. Tillery are currently collaborating on several new publications. Dr. Tillery is also a proud Red Raider, having graduated from Texas Tech in 1974. Dr. Tillery’s parents were proud Red Raiders too. Her mother, Mary Elizabeth (Brown) Tillery, graduated in 1948; her father, Clarence “Tim” Tillery, was an outstanding end for the Red Raider football team from 1938-1941 and graduated from Texas Tech after four years of service in World War II. Dr. Bailey and Dr. Tillery remain actively involved in research, with their primary interests in language variation and change and in computational linguistics. Their research on Texas English has been featured in a front-page article in the New York Times, on National Public Radio, CNN Headline News, BBC Radio and in Texas Monthly and the San Antonio Express-News.

Hance is a native of Dimmitt, Texas. He and his wife, Susie Hance, also an attorney, have five children and seven grandchildren.

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ADMINISTRATION BRIAN SHANNON Faculty Athletics Representative

Kirby Hocutt (@kirbyhocutt on twitter) was officially named Texas Tech’s 13th athletics director in school history on March 2, 2011. He joined the Red Raider family after spending three years at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Fla.

Brian Shannon is the Charles “Tex” Thornton Professor of Law at the Texas Tech University School of Law, where he has been a member of the law faculty since 1988. In addition to his teaching duties, Professor Shannon serves as the University’s Faculty Athletics Representative to the NCAA and the Big 12 Conference. In that role, Shannon is the Big 12 delegate to the national board for the 1A FAR association. In September 2012 he will become president of that organization, which is comprised of faculty athletics representatives at all NCAA Division I institutions in the Football Bowl Subdivision, formerly known as Division 1A.

Hocutt, who was recognized with Street & Smith’s SportsBusiness Journal Forty Under 40 Award as one of the most promising young executives in sports business, becomes the 13th athletics director in school history. Hocutt, 40, is no stranger to the Big 12 Conference as both a student-athlete at Kansas State and as an administrator at both Kansas State and Oklahoma. A four-year letterman on the Wildcat football team, Hocutt led the former Big 8 Conference in tackles his junior season, while earning All-Big 8 accolades. Following his playing career, he moved into administration at Kansas State. He later served seven years at the University of Oklahoma where he oversaw fundraising efforts for the Sooners and was the primary administrator for the OU football program. Hocutt comes to Texas Tech from the University of Miami where he was named athletics director on February 8, 2008. While at Miami, he oversaw $26 million in new projects, including the construction of a basketball practice facility as well as upgrades to Alex Rodriguez at Mark Light Field (Baseball). Under his direction in 2010, Miami recorded a program-best Graduation Success Rate of 86 percent, while all 18 teams excelled in the NCAA’s Academic Progress Rate Report (APR). At the age of 33, Hocutt got his first opportunity as an athletic director at the Division I level with the Ohio University Bobcats in 2005. At Ohio, Hocutt significantly increased fundraising by more than 75 percent, including the securing of the second largest major gift in school athletics history. He also increased season ticket sales in football by 112 percent and in men’s basketball by 50 percent. In his three years at Ohio, the school won 11 team championships, and four head coaches were recognized as conference coaches of the year. In 2006, the football team played in its first bowl game in 38 years. Hocutt earned his bachelor’s degree from Kansas State in 1995 and his masters of education degree from the University of Oklahoma in 2001. He and his wife, Diane, have two sons: Drew and Brooks.

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Shannon earned his law degree in 1982 from the University of Texas School of Law, where he graduated first in his class, and he received a B.S. in Mathematics, summa cum laude, from Angelo State University in 1979. He formerly served as an attorney-advisor in the Office of the General Counsel to the Secretary of the Air Force at the Pentagon, and practiced law at an Austin law firm. During his years at Tech Law he has taught a wide array of classes including Contracts, Criminal Law, Property, Products Liability, Law & Psychiatry, and others. He also served as an associate dean for six years. Shannon is also an appointed member of the board for the Lubbock Regional MHMR Center, and has been on the board for the last 20 years. Shannon is an elected member of the American Law Institute, is a past president of the Lubbock County Bar Association, and was appointed by the Governor to four terms on the Texas Governor’s Committee on People with Disabilities. He is also a past chair of the State Bar of Texas Disability Issues Committee and served as an appointee of the Lt. Governor on the Task Force that re-wrote the state’s criminal competency statutes. He is the author of several books and numerous articles, and he won the Texas Bar Foundation’s Outstanding Law Journal Award in both 2002 and 2008. He was also recognized as an outstanding alumnus of Angelo State in 2004. He has filed briefs in federal courts, the Texas Supreme Court, and the United States Supreme Court. Shannon and his wife, Jeannine, have one daughter, Julia, who is a violin performance major in the School of Music and in the Honors College at Texas Tech.

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THE RED RAIDERS

THE RED RAIDERS • Preseason Depth Chart • Post-Spring Rosters • Student-Athlete Biographies • 2012 Signing Class

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POST-SPRING DEPTH CHART OFFENSE LT 65 LaAdrian Waddle ____6-6 _318 _ Sr-3L __________ Columbus, Texas 73 Rashad Fortenberry ___6-4 _279 _ Jr-TR __________ Tylertown, Miss.

DEFENSE LE 90 Branden Jackson _____6-4 _251 _ Fr-RS __________ McKeesport, Pa. 53 Kindred Evans ______6-3 _235 _ So-1L ________ Grand Prairie, Texas

LG

72 Beau Carpenter _____6-6 _291 _ So-1L ______ Sulphur Springs, Texas 71 Kyle Clark _________6-5 _288 _ Jr-1L ____________Denton, Texas

T

91 Kerry Hyder ________6-2 _275 _ Jr-2L ____________ Austin, Texas 11 Leon Mackey _______6-5 _255 _ Sr-1L __________ Wilmington, Del.

C

66 Deveric Gallington ____6-3 _321 _ Sr-3L ____ North Richland Hills, Texas 70 Tony Morales _______6-2 _309 _ Fr-RS __________ Arlington, Texas

N

96 Dennell Wesley______6-2 _285 _ Jr-1L ____________ Hastings, Fla. 8 Delvon Simmons_____6-5 _282 _ So-1L __________ McKeesport, Pa.

RG

77 Le’Raven Clark ______6-3 _309 _ Fr-RS ___________Rockdale, Texas 56 Alfredo Morales _____6-3 _309 _ Fr-RS __________ Arlington, Texas

RE

54 Dartwan Bush ______6-1 _255 _ Jr-2L _____________ Clute, Texas 43 Jackson Richards _____6-3 _248 _ So-1L __________ Southlake, Texas

RT

68 Terry McDaniel ______6-6 _329 _ Sr-3L _____________Diana, Texas 67 Matt Wilson________6-6 _277 _ Fr-RS __________Coldspring, Texas

SAM 1 Terrance Bullitt ______6-3 _215 _ Jr-2L ___________ Garland, Texas 47 Chris Payne _______ 5-11 _188 _ So-TR ___________ Columbia, S.C.

QB

7 Seth Doege ________6-1 _205 _ Sr-3L __________ Wolfforth, Texas 16 Michael Brewer _____6-0 _185 _ Fr-RS __________Lake Travis, Texas

MIKE 50 Will Smith ________6-3 _228 _ Jr-TR ___________ Riverside, Calif. 25 Blake Dees ________6-1 _226 _ So-1L __________Spanish Fort, Ala.

F

24 Eric Stephens Jr. _____5-8 _195 _ Sr-3L __________ Mansfield, Texas 21 DeAndre Washington __5-7 _182 _ So-1L ________ Missouri City, Texas

WILL 13 Sam Eguavoen ______6-1 _225 _ So-1L ___________ Garland, Texas 15 Justin Cooper _______6-0 _219 _ Fr-RS _________Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

X

18 Eric Ward _________6-0 _203 _ Jr-2L ________ Wichita Falls, Texas 82 Javon Bell _________6-0 _179 _ Jr-TR __________ Jacksonville, Fla.

SS

12 D.J. Johnson _______6-0 _198 _ Sr-3L ____________ Austin, Texas 41 J.J. Gaines ________ 5-10 _187 _ Fr-RS _____________Irving, Texas

H

86 Alex Torres ________6-1 _200 _ Sr-3L ____________ El Paso, Texas 13 Jakeem Grant_______5-6 _163 _ Fr-RS __________ Mesquite, Texas

FS

16 Cody Davis ________6-2 _203 _ Sr-3L _________Stephenville, Texas 30 Austin Stewart ______6-2 _202 _ So-TR ___________ Matthews, N.C.

Y

22 Jace Amaro ________6-5 _255 _ So-1L _________San Antonio, Texas 83 Tyson Williams _____ 5-11 _210 _ Sr-RS ____________ Aldine, Texas

BC

31 Eugene Neboh _____ 5-10 _188 _ Sr-2L ____________ Odessa, Texas 4 Derrick Mays ______ 5-10 _180 _ Jr-2L ____________ Killeen, Texas

Z

14 Darrin Moore _______6-4 _220 _ Sr-2L ____________ Irving, Texas 4 Bradley Marquez____ 5-10 _195 _ So-1L ____________ Odessa, Texas

FC

2 Cornelius Douglas ____5-9 _203 _ Sr-3L ____________ Lawton, Okla. 23 Jeremy Reynolds _____5-9 _175 _ Fr-RS __________ Greensboro, N.C.

TE

22 Jace Amaro ________6-5 _255 _ So-1L _________San Antonio, Texas

NIKL 5 Tre’ Porter _________6-0 _207 _ Jr-2L _________Midwest City, Okla. 21 Jarvis Phillips ______ 5-10 _196 _ Jr-2L _____________Dallas, Texas

BH

33 Omar Ontiveros _____6-1 _239 _ Jr-1L ____________ Austin, Texas

SPECIAL TEAMS DS 52 Alex Chester ______ 5-10 _225 _ So-1L ____________ Austin, Texas 57 David Brenner ______6-0 _215 _ Fr-RS _____________ Plano, Texas PK

48 Ryan Bustin _______ 5-11 _176 _So-RS ____________ Kilgore, Texas 45 Kramer Fyfe________5-7 _166 _So-SQ ____________ Austin, Texas

P

26 Ryan Erxleben ______6-1 _193 _ Jr-2L __________ Lake Travis, Texas

KO

45 Kramer Fyfe________5-7 _166 _So-SQ ____________ Austin, Texas

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NUMERICAL ROSTER PLAYER Brant Costilla ______________ Terrance Bullitt _____________ Cornelius Douglas ___________ Urell Johnson ______________ Bradley Marquez ____________ Derrick Mays ______________ Tre’ Porter ________________ Austin Zouzalik _____________ Seth Doege _______________ Delvon Simmons ____________ Shawn Corker ______________ Pete Robertson _____________ Leon Mackey ______________ D.J. Johnson _______________ Sam Eguavoen _____________ Jakeem Grant ______________ Darrin Moore ______________ Justin Cooper ______________ Michael Brewer_____________ Cody Davis________________ Javares McRoy _____________ Eric Ward ________________ Derreck Edwards ____________ Jarvis Phillips ______________ DeAndre Washington _________ Jace Amaro _______________ Ben McRoy _______________ Jeremy Reynolds ____________ Eric Stephens Jr. ____________ Blake Dees _______________ Ryan Erxleben _____________ Brad Pearson ______________ Zach Winbush______________ Happiness Osunde ___________ SaDale Foster ______________ Austin Stewart _____________ Eugene Neboh _____________ Omar Ontiveros _____________ Kenny Williams _____________ Chris Yeakey _______________ Thierry Nguema ____________ Josh Talbott _______________ Summitt Hogue ____________ J.J. Gaines ________________ Daniel Cobb _______________ Jackson Richards ____________ Kramer Fyfe _______________ Chris Knighton _____________ Chris Payne _______________ Ryan Bustin _______________ Will Smith ________________ Alex Chester_______________ Kindred Evans______________ Dartwan Bush _____________ Alfredo Morales ____________ David Brenner _____________ Trent Williams _____________ James Polk _______________ LaAdrian Waddle ____________

POS HT WT YR-EX HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL/LAST SCHOOL QB _____ 6-4 _____229 ____ Jr-SQ _________________________________Dallas, Texas/Parish Episcopal/Navarro JC LB _____ 6-3 _____215 ____ Jr-2L _______________________________________ Garland, Texas/Naaman Forest DB _____ 5-9 _____203 ____ Sr-3L ____________________________________________ Lawton, Okla./Lawton CB _____ 5-11 ____181 ____ So-SQ ______________________________________New Orleans, La./O. Perry Walker ATH ____ 5-10 ____195 ____ So-1L ____________________________________________ Odessa, Texas/Odessa CB _____ 5-10 ____180 ____ Jr-2L __________________________________________ Killeen, Texas/Shoemaker CB _____ 6-0 _____207 ____ Jr-2L _______________________________________ Midwest City, Okla./Carl Albert IR______ 5-11 ____190 ____ Sr-3L __________________________________________ Lubbock, Texas/Coronado QB _____ 6-1 _____205 ____ Sr-3L __________________________________________ Wolfforth, Texas/Frenship DT _____ 6-5 _____282 ____ So-1L ________________________________________ McKeesport, Pa./McKeesport DB _____ 6-1 _____201 ____ So-1L __________________________________ Fort Lauderdale, Fla./Cardinal Gibbons DB _____ 6-3 _____220 ____ So-1L _________________________________________ Longview, Texas/Longview DL _____ 6-5 _____255 ____ Sr-1L ______________________________ Wilmington, Del./Hargrave Military/Hinds CC S ______ 6-0 _____198 ____ Sr-3L ___________________________________ Austin, Texas/St. Stephen’s Episcopal LB _____ 6-1 _____225 ____ So-1L ____________________________________Garland, Texas/Lakeview Centennial IR______ 5-6 _____163 ____ Fr-RS ______________________________________ Mesquite, Texas/Mesquite Horn WR _____ 6-4 _____220 ____ Sr-2L ___________________________________ Irving, Texas/McArthur/Blinn College LB _____ 6-0 _____219 ____ Fr-RS _______________________________________ Ft. Lauderdale, Fla./University QB _____ 6-0 _____185 ____ Fr-RS ________________________________________ Lake Travis, Texas/Lake Travis S ______ 6-2 _____203 ____ Sr-3L ______________________________________ Stephenville, Texas/Stephenville IR______ 5-7 _____166 ____ Fr-RS ___________________________________________ Lakeland, Fla./Lakeland WR _____ 6-0 _____203 ____ Jr-2L __________________________________________ Wichita Falls, Texas/Rider WR _____ 6-1 _____177 ____ Fr-RS __________________________________________ Brenham, Texas/Brenham CB _____ 5-10 ____196 ____ Jr-2L ______________________________________________Dallas, Texas/Carter RB _____ 5-7 _____182 ____ So-1L _______________________________________ Missouri City, Texas/T. Marshall TE _____ 6-5 _____255 ____ So-1L _______________________________________ San Antonio, Texas/MacArthur ATH ____ 5-8 _____163 ____ Jr-2L ___________________________________________ Lakeland, Fla./Lakeland CB _____ 5-9 _____175 ____ Fr-RS ___________________________________________Greensboro, N.C./Dudley RB _____ 5-8 _____195 ____ Sr-3L ________________________________________ Mansfield, Texas/Timberview LB _____ 6-1 _____226 ____ So-1L _______________________________________Spanish Fort, Ala./Spanish Fort P ______ 6-1 _____193 ____ Jr-2L ________________________________________ Lake Travis, Texas/Lake Travis WR _____ 6-3 _____215 ____ Fr-RS __________________________________________ Lubbock, Texas/Monterey LB _____ 6-1 _____230 ____ Jr-2L ___________________________________________ Schertz, Texas/Clemens CB _____ 5-9 _____178 ____ Sr-1L ___________________________________ Dallas, Texas/Seguin/Kilgore College ATH ____ 5-8 _____193 ____ Jr-TR __________________________________Riverside, Calif./J.W. North/Riverside CC DB _____ 6-2 _____202 ____ So-TR ___________________________________ Matthews, N.C./Butler/L.A. Pierce JC CB _____ 5-10 ____188 ____ Sr-2L ____________________________________________Odessa, Texas/Permian FB _____ 6-1 _____239 ____ Jr-1L ____________________________________________Austin, Texas/Westlake RB _____ 5-9 _____215 ____ So-1L ______________________________________ Pflugerville, Texas/Hendrickson S ______ 6-3 _____193 ____ Sr-RS ___________________________________St. Helena, Calif./St. Helena/Redlands DB _____ 6-0 _____160 ____ Fr-HS ____________________________________________Corona, Calif./Santiago RB _____ 6-0 _____204 ____ Jr-SQ ____________________________________ Trophy Club, Texas/Liberty Christian ATH ____ 6-0 _____188 ____ Fr-RS ___________________________________________Lubbock, Texas/Frenship CB _____ 5-10 ____187 ____ Fr-RS _____________________________________________ Irving, Texas/Nimitz LB _____ 6-0 _____227 ____ Jr-2L _____________________________________________ Killeen, Texas/Ellison DE _____ 6-3 _____248 ____ So-1L ___________________________________________ Southlake, Texas/Carroll PK _____ 5-7 _____166 ____ So-SQ ___________________________________________Austin, Texas/Lake Travis DE _____ 6-1 _____248 ____ Jr-2L _________________________________________ Longview, Texas/Longview LB _____ 5-11 ____188 ____ So-TR ___________________________ Columbia, S.C./Columbia/Mississippi Gulf Coast CC K ______ 5-11 ____176 ____ So-RS ___________________________________ Kilgore, Texas/Kilgore/Kilgore College LB _____ 6-3 _____228 ____ Jr-TR _________________________________Riverside, Calif./Notre Dame/Riverside CC DS _____ 5-10 ____225 ____ So-1L _____________________________________________ Austin, Texas/Austin DE _____ 6-3 _____235 ____ So-1L _________________________________ Grand Prairie, Texas/South Grand Prairie DE _____ 6-1 _____255 ____ Jr-2L __________________________________________ Clute, Texas/Brazoswood OL _____ 6-3 _____309 ____ Fr-RS _______________________________________ Arlington, Texas/Sam Houston DS _____ 6-0 _____215 ____ Fr-RS ______________________________Plano, Texas, Canyon Creek Christian Academy DS _____ 5-11 ____190 ____ So-TR ______________________________________ Spring, Texas/Westfield/Blinn JC OL _____ 6-6 _____330 ____ So-1L __________________________________________ Houston, Texas/Alief Elsik OL _____ 6-6 _____318 ____ Sr-3L _________________________________________ Columbus, Texas/Columbus WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

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Deveric Gallington ___________ Matt Wilson _______________ Terry McDaniel _____________ Tony Morales ______________ Kyle Clark ________________ Beau Carpenter _____________ Rashad Fortenberry __________ Jared Kaster _______________ Le’Raven Clark _____________ Javon Bell ________________ Tyson Williams _____________ Jordan Davis ______________ Alex Torres________________ Aaron Fisher ______________ Marcus Kennard ____________ Branden Jackson ____________ Kerry Hyder _______________ Lee Adams _______________ Dennell Wesley _____________ Donte Phillips ______________

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OL _____ 6-3 _____321 ____ Sr-3L ____________________________________North Richland Hills, Texas/Richland OL _____ 6-6 _____277 ____ Fr-RS __________________________________ Coldspring, Texas/Coldspring Oakhurst OL _____ 6-6 _____329 ____ Sr-3L ___________________________________________ Diana, Texas/New Diana OL _____ 6-2 _____309 ____ Fr-RS _______________________________________ Arlington, Texas/Sam Houston OL _____ 6-5 _____288 ____ Jr-1L ____________________________________________ Denton, Texas/Guyer OL _____ 6-6 _____291 ____ So-1L __________________________________Sulphur Springs, Texas/Sulphur Springs OL _____ 6-4 _____279 ____ Jr-TR __________________________Tylertown, Miss./Tylertown/Mississippi Gulf Coast CC OL _____ 6-4 _____255 ____ Fr-HS ____________________________________________Altair, Texas/Altair Rice OL _____ 6-3 _____309 ____ Fr-RS __________________________________________ Rockdale, Texas/Rockdale WR _____ 6-0 _____179 ____ Jr-TR ___________________________ Jacksonville, Fla./Ribault/Mississippi Gulf Coast CC WR _____ 5-11 ____210 ____ Sr-RS ___________________________________Aldine, Texas/Aldine/West Texas A&M WR _____ 5-9 _____165 ____ So-RS ______________________ Arlington, Texas/Arlington/Southwestern Oklahoma State WR _____ 6-1 _____200 ____ Sr-3L ____________________________________________ El Paso, Texas/Franklin WR _____ 6-2 _____194 ____ Jr-2L __________________________________________ Keller, Texas/Fossil Ridge WR _____ 6-3 _____205 ____ Sr-1L ______________________________________ Lawton, Okla./Lawton/Butler CC LB _____ 6-4 _____251 ____ Fr-RS ________________________________________ McKeesport, Pa./McKeesport DE _____ 6-2 _____275 ____ Jr-2L ______________________________________ Austin, Texas/Lyndon B. Johnson DL _____ 6-1 _____269 ____ Jr-TR ___________________________________Corona, Calif./Centennial/Riverside CC DT _____ 6-2 _____285 ____ Jr-1L ____________________________________ Hastings, Fla./Menendez/Butler CC DT _____ 6-2 _____275 ____ Fr-RS __________________________________________Mequon, Wis./Homestead

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ALPHABETICAL ROSTER PLAYER Lee Adams _______________ Jace Amaro _______________ Javon Bell ________________ David Brenner _____________ Michael Brewer_____________ Terrance Bullitt _____________ Dartwan Bush _____________ Ryan Bustin _______________ Beau Carpenter _____________ Alex Chester_______________ Kyle Clark ________________ Le’Raven Clark _____________ Daniel Cobb _______________ Justin Cooper ______________ Shawn Corker ______________ Brant Costilla ______________ Cody Davis________________ Jordan Davis ______________ Blake Dees _______________ Seth Doege _______________ Cornelius Douglas ___________ Derreck Edwards ____________ Sam Eguavoen _____________ Ryan Erxleben _____________ Kindred Evans______________ Aaron Fisher ______________ Rashad Fortenberry __________ SaDale Foster ______________ Kramer Fyfe _______________ J.J. Gaines ________________ Deveric Gallington ___________ Jakeem Grant ______________ Summitt Hogue ____________ Kerry Hyder _______________ Branden Jackson ____________ D.J. Johnson _______________ Urell Johnson ______________ Jared Kaster _______________ Marcus Kennard ____________ Christopher Knighton _________ Leon Mackey ______________ Bradley Marquez ____________ Derrick Mays ______________ Terry McDaniel _____________ Ben McRoy _______________ Javares McRoy _____________ Darrin Moore ______________ Alfredo Morales ____________ Tony Morales ______________ Eugene Neboh _____________ Thierry Nguema ____________ Omar Ontiveros _____________ Happiness Osunde ___________ Chris Payne _______________ Brad Pearson ______________ Donte Phillips ______________ Jarvis Phillips ______________ James Polk _______________ Tre’ Porter ________________

POS HT WT YR-EX HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL/LAST SCHOOL DL _____ 6-1 _____269 ____ Jr-TR ___________________________________Corona, Calif./Centennial/Riverside CC TE _____ 6-5 _____255 ____ So-1L _______________________________________ San Antonio, Texas/MacArthur WR _____ 6-0 _____179 ____ Jr-TR ___________________________ Jacksonville, Fla./Ribault/Mississippi Gulf Coast CC DS _____ 6-0 _____215 ____ Fr-RS ______________________________Plano, Texas, Canyon Creek Christian Academy QB _____ 6-0 _____185 ____ Fr-RS ________________________________________ Lake Travis, Texas/Lake Travis LB _____ 6-3 _____215 ____ Jr-2L _______________________________________ Garland, Texas/Naaman Forest DE _____ 6-1 _____255 ____ Jr-2L __________________________________________ Clute, Texas/Brazoswood K ______ 5-11 ____176 ____ So-RS ___________________________________ Kilgore, Texas/Kilgore/Kilgore College OL _____ 6-6 _____291 ____ So-1L __________________________________Sulphur Springs, Texas/Sulphur Springs DS _____ 5-10 ____225 ____ So-1L _____________________________________________ Austin, Texas/Austin OL _____ 6-5 _____288 ____ Jr-1L ____________________________________________ Denton, Texas/Guyer OL _____ 6-3 _____309 ____ Fr-RS __________________________________________ Rockdale, Texas/Rockdale LB _____ 6-0 _____227 ____ Jr-2L _____________________________________________ Killeen, Texas/Ellison LB _____ 6-0 _____219 ____ Fr-RS _______________________________________ Ft. Lauderdale, Fla./University DB _____ 6-1 _____201 ____ So-1L __________________________________ Fort Lauderdale, Fla./Cardinal Gibbons QB _____ 6-4 _____229 ____ Jr-SQ _________________________________Dallas, Texas/Parish Episcopal/Navarro JC S ______ 6-2 _____203 ____ Sr-3L ______________________________________ Stephenville, Texas/Stephenville WR _____ 5-9 _____165 ____ So-RS ______________________ Arlington, Texas/Arlington/Southwestern Oklahoma State LB _____ 6-1 _____226 ____ So-1L _______________________________________Spanish Fort, Ala./Spanish Fort QB _____ 6-1 _____205 ____ Sr-3L __________________________________________ Wolfforth, Texas/Frenship DB _____ 5-9 _____203 ____ Sr-3L ____________________________________________ Lawton, Okla./Lawton WR _____ 6-1 _____177 ____ Fr-RS __________________________________________ Brenham, Texas/Brenham LB _____ 6-1 _____225 ____ So-1L ____________________________________Garland, Texas/Lakeview Centennial P ______ 6-1 _____193 ____ Jr-2L ________________________________________ Lake Travis, Texas/Lake Travis DE _____ 6-3 _____235 ____ So-1L _________________________________ Grand Prairie, Texas/South Grand Prairie WR _____ 6-2 _____194 ____ Jr-2L __________________________________________ Keller, Texas/Fossil Ridge OL _____ 6-4 _____279 ____ Jr-TR __________________________Tylertown, Miss./Tylertown/Mississippi Gulf Coast CC ATH ____ 5-8 _____193 ____ Jr-TR __________________________________Riverside, Calif./J.W. North/Riverside CC PK _____ 5-7 _____166 ____ So-SQ ___________________________________________Austin, Texas/Lake Travis CB _____ 5-10 ____187 ____ Fr-RS _____________________________________________ Irving, Texas/Nimitz OL _____ 6-3 _____321 ____ Sr-3L ____________________________________North Richland Hills, Texas/Richland IR______ 5-6 _____163 ____ Fr-RS ______________________________________ Mesquite, Texas/Mesquite Horn ATH ____ 6-0 _____188 ____ Fr-RS ___________________________________________Lubbock, Texas/Frenship DE _____ 6-2 _____275 ____ Jr-2L ______________________________________ Austin, Texas/Lyndon B. Johnson LB _____ 6-4 _____251 ____ Fr-RS ________________________________________ McKeesport, Pa./McKeesport S ______ 6-0 _____198 ____ Sr-3L ___________________________________ Austin, Texas/St. Stephen’s Episcopal CB _____ 5-11 ____181 ____ So-SQ ______________________________________New Orleans, La./O. Perry Walker OL _____ 6-4 _____255 ____ Fr-HS ____________________________________________Altair, Texas/Altair Rice WR _____ 6-3 _____205 ____ Sr-1L ______________________________________ Lawton, Okla./Lawton/Butler CC DE _____ 6-1 _____248 ____ Jr-2L _________________________________________ Longview, Texas/Longview DL _____ 6-5 _____255 ____ Sr-1L ______________________________ Wilmington, Del./Hargrave Military/Hinds CC ATH ____ 5-10 ____195 ____ So-1L ____________________________________________ Odessa, Texas/Odessa CB _____ 5-10 ____180 ____ Jr-2L __________________________________________ Killeen, Texas/Shoemaker OL _____ 6-6 _____329 ____ Sr-3L ___________________________________________ Diana, Texas/New Diana ATH ____ 5-8 _____163 ____ Jr-2L ___________________________________________ Lakeland, Fla./Lakeland IR______ 5-7 _____166 ____ Fr-RS ___________________________________________ Lakeland, Fla./Lakeland WR _____ 6-4 _____220 ____ Sr-2L ___________________________________ Irving, Texas/McArthur/Blinn College OL _____ 6-3 _____309 ____ Fr-RS _______________________________________ Arlington, Texas/Sam Houston OL _____ 6-2 _____309 ____ Fr-RS _______________________________________ Arlington, Texas/Sam Houston CB _____ 5-10 ____188 ____ Sr-2L ____________________________________________Odessa, Texas/Permian DB _____ 6-0 _____160 ____ Fr-HS ____________________________________________Corona, Calif./Santiago FB _____ 6-1 _____239 ____ Jr-1L ____________________________________________Austin, Texas/Westlake CB _____ 5-9 _____178 ____ Sr-1L ____________________________________ Dalas, Texas/Seguin/Kilgore College LB _____ 5-11 ____188 ____ So-TR ___________________________ Columbia, S.C./Columbia/Mississippi Gulf Coast CC WR _____ 6-3 _____215 ____ Fr-RS __________________________________________ Lubbock, Texas/Monterey DT _____ 6-2 _____275 ____ Fr-RS __________________________________________Mequon, Wis./Homestead CB _____ 5-10 ____196 ____ Jr-2L ______________________________________________Dallas, Texas/Carter OL _____ 6-6 _____330 ____ So-1L __________________________________________ Houston, Texas/Alief Elsik CB _____ 6-0 _____207 ____ Jr-2L _______________________________________ Midwest City, Okla./Carl Albert WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

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Jeremy Reynolds __________CB _____5-9 ___ Jackson Richards __________DE _____6-3 ___ Pete Robertson ___________DB _____6-3 ___ Delvon Simmons __________DT _____6-5 ___ Will Smith ______________LB _____6-3 ___ Eric Stephens Jr. ___________RB _____5-8 ___ Austin Stewart ___________DB _____6-2 ___ Josh Talbott _____________RB _____6-0 ___ Alex Torres ______________WR ____6-1 ___ LaAdrian Waddle __________OL _____6-6 ___ Eric Ward _______________WR ____6-0 ___ DeAndre Washington ________RB _____5-7 ___ Dennell Wesley ___________DT _____6-2 ___ Kenny Williams ___________RB _____5-9 ___ Trent Williams ____________DS _____5-11 ___ Tyson Williams____________WR ____5-11 ___ Matt Wilson _____________OL _____6-6 ___ Zach Winbush ____________LB _____6-1 ___ Chris Yeakey _____________S ______6-3 ___ Austin Zouzalik ___________IR _____5-11 ___

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___Fr-RS ____________________________________ Greensboro, N.C./Dudley ___So-1L _____________________________________ Southlake, Texas/Carroll ___So-1L ___________________________________ Longview, Texas/Longview ___So-1L __________________________________ McKeesport, Pa./McKeesport ___Jr-TR __________________________ Riverside, Calif./Notre Dame/Riverside CC ___Sr-3L __________________________________Mansfield, Texas/Timberview ___So-TR _____________________________ Matthews, N.C./Butler/L.A. Pierce JC ___Jr-SQ ______________________________Trophy Club, Texas/Liberty Christian ___Sr-3L ______________________________________ El Paso, Texas/Franklin ___Sr-3L ___________________________________ Columbus, Texas/Columbus ___Jr-2L ____________________________________ Wichita Falls, Texas/Rider ___So-1L _________________________________Missouri City, Texas/T. Marshall ___Jr-1L ______________________________ Hastings, Fla./Menendez/Butler CC ___So-1L ________________________________ Pflugerville, Texas/Hendrickson ___So-TR ________________________________ Spring, Texas/Westfield/Blinn JC ___Sr-RS ____________________________ Aldine, Texas/Aldine/West Texas A&M ___Fr-RS ____________________________ Coldspring, Texas/Coldspring Oakhurst ___Jr-2L _____________________________________ Schertz, Texas/Clemens ___ Sr-RS ____________________________ St. Helena, Calif./St. Helena/Redlands ___Sr-3L ____________________________________ Lubbock, Texas/Coronado

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DL • 6-1 • 269 • Junior/Transfer Corona, Calif./Riverside CC

TE • 6-5 • 255 • Sophomore /1L San Antonio, Texas/MacArthur

AT RIVERSIDE CC Signed with Arizona State out of high school and played in one game as a true freshman ... transferred to Riverside in the Spring of 2011 ... was credited with 40 tackles, 12 tackles for loss, seven sacks and seven quarterback pressures ... also three pass breakups and a fumble recovery.

2011 Played in 12 games (0 starts) while catching seven passes for 57 yards with two touchdowns... averaged 8.1 yards per catch and 4.8 yards per contest... one of six freshmen to make a reception... caught two passes for 21 yards at Missouri (11/19)... recorded two catches for 16 yards at Kansas (10/1)... made two catches for 18 yards with one receiving touchdown against Nevada (9/25)... first career reception went for a two-yard touchdown at New Mexico (9/17)... made career debut in season opener against Texas State (9/3).

LEE ADAMS

PERSONAL Lee Adams… born April 29, 1992, in Torrence, Calif… son of Lee and Tiana Adams… has an older sister, Keana, and a younger sister, Tahlia… a university studies major at Texas Tech.

HIGH SCHOOL MacArthur High School in San Antonio, Texas… four-star prospect by both Rivals and Scout ... ranks No. 52 in the Rivals Top 100 ... named to USA Today’s First-Team All-American squad ... member of Dave Campbell’s Top 300 and ranked in the Top five for tight ends ... PrepStar All-American ... No. 23 on Superprep Texas 120 ... No. 12 Superprep All-America Tight End ... ranked as the No. 3 tight end in the country by Rivals ... Prep Star All-American ... Honorable Mention All-State selection ... First-Team All-Area ... First-Team District 26-5A ... as a senior he hauled in 56 receptions for 887 yards along with 11 touchdowns… helped high school basketball team to state quarterfinals appearance… High School Coach: Ben Cook PERSONAL Jace Jordan Amaro… born June 26, 1992, in Plano, Texas… son of Robert and Rosemary Amaro… has an older sibling, Manae, and a younger sibling, Madison… a pre-engineering major at Texas Tech. CAREER HIGHS Receptions _______________________________2 3x, at Missouri (2011)* Yards ____________________________________ 21, at Missouri (2011) Touchdowns ______________________________ 1 2x, vs. Nevada (2011)* Longest Reception ___________________________ 12, at Missouri (2011) All-Purpose Yards ____________________________ 21, at Missouri (2011) * Indicates most recent high

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HIGH SCHOOL Prepped at Centennial High School in Corona, Calif... registered 80 tackles and five sacks as a senior.

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WR • 6-0 • 179 • Junior/TR Jacksonville, Fla./Ribault/Mississippi Gulf Coast

AT MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST 2011 and 2010 NJCAA Second-Team All-American ... caught 69 passes for 939 yards and scored 10 touchdowns during the 2011 season ... as a freshman in 2010, he reeled in 46 passes for 1,313 along with 17 touchdowns. HIGH SCHOOL Prepped at Ribault High School in Jacksonville, Fla., where he caught 48 passes for 1,256 yards and 22 touchdowns as a senior... recorded 29 receptions for 752 yards, an average of 25.9 yards per catch, with 14 touchdowns as a junior ... signed with South Carolina in the spring of his senior year of high school (Feb. 2010). PERSONAL Javon Bell… born December 4, 1990, in Jacksonville, Fla… son of LaTonia Flynn… has a brother, Treyvon Mcray, and two sisters, Romishea Bell and Tashanique Robinson… a university studies major at Texas Tech.

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DS • 6-0 • 215 • Freshman/RS Plano, Texas/Canyon Creek Christian Academy

2011 Redshirt season. HIGH SCHOOL Canyon Creek Christian Academy in Richardson, Texas… helped lead high school to backto-back state championships in 2009 and 2010… team went undefeated during the 2010 season… named all-state (linebacker) in 2009 and 2010… tallied 50 tackles with two interceptions during junior season… tallied 60 tackles and two interceptions in senior campaign… also involved with Fellowship Christian Athletes… High School Coaches: Derrell Oliver and Chris Shaw. PERSONAL David Christian Brenner… born November 30, 1992, in Fort Worth, Texas… son of Wells and Melissa Brenner… has an older brother, Samuel, and an older sister, Hannah… father, Wells, was a punter at UT Arlington… enjoys hanging out with friends… a university stuides major at Texas Tech.

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TERRANCE BULLITT

QB • 6-0 • 185 • Freshman/RS Lake Travis, Texas/Lake Travis

LB • 6-3 • 215 • Junior/2L Garland, Texas/Naaman Forest

HIGH SCHOOL Lake Travis High School in Austin, Texas… three-star prospect by Rivals.com and ranked as the No. 43 best player (12th ranked dual-threat quarterback) in Texas ... member of Texas Football Top 300 ...PrepStar Top 150 Dream Team ... No. 54 on Superprep Texas 120 ... a dualthreat quarterback with good speed and an excellent arm .... was part of four consecutive state championship teams at Lake Travis High School... as a senior he threw for 2,865 yards despite missing games due to an injury ... named All-State as a senior… averaged 220 yards-per-game and tossed 26 touchdown passes ... as a junior the threw for 4,437 yards along with 41 touchdown passes ... a dual-threat player, he rushed for 593 yards as a junior and 743 yards his senior season… only lost one game as a starting quarterback… High School Coach: Chad Morris. PERSONAL Robert Michael Brewer… born November 13, 1992, in Austin, Texas… son of Robert and Laura Brewer… has a younger sister, Katie, and a younger brother, Charlie… bloodlines are full of Big 12 football talent, including father, Robert, who played quarterback at Texas, grandfather, Charlie, who played quarterback at Texas, uncle, who played quarterback at Texas, great uncle, Robert, who played quarterback at Texas Tech and great uncle, George, who played running back at Oklahoma… enjoys hunting and fishing… a university studies major at Texas Tech.

2011 All-Big 12 honorable mention (Coaches)... All-Big 12 second team (Dallas Morning News)... Preseason All-Big 12 second team (College Football News)... BIG 12 RANKINGS: 11th in tackles for a loss (9.5)... tied for 49th in tackles/game (5.0)... played in 12 games (12 starts) and was fourth on the team with 56 tackles (41 solo), led the team with 9.5 tackles for a loss (loss of 40 yards)... broke up four passes, tallied one quarterback hurry, recovered one fumble and blocked one kick... recovered one fumble and made four tackles (all assisted) against No. 18 Baylor at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington (11/26)... second on the team with nine tackles (seven solo) with 2.5 tackles for a loss of nine yards with one pass break up at Missouri (11/19)... second on the team with 10 tackles (all solo), including one for a loss of six yards with one forced fumble against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)... made one tackle (assisted) at No. 25 Texas (11/5)... made eight tackles (six solo) with two tackles for a loss of eight yards at No. 1 Oklahoma (10/22)... had five tackles (all solo) and broke up a pass against No. 17 Kansas State (10/15)... notched four tackles (all solo), including two tackles for a loss against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8)... posted four tackles (one solo), broke up a pass and blocked an extra-point at Kansas (10/1)... made four tackles (three solo) against Nevada (9/24)... tallied one tackle for a loss and two total tackles (one solo) with a pass breakup at New Mexico (9/17)... was third on the team making five tackles (four solo) with one tackle for a loss in season opener against Texas State (9/3). 2010 Played in 12 games (0 starts) making 23 tackles (15 solo) with 2.0 tackles for a loss of four yards, broke up one pass and forced one fumble on the season... made three tackles (two solo) against Northwestern in the TicketCity Bowl (1/1) at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas... recorded four tackles (all solo) against Weber State (11/20)... had four tackles (one solo), including one tackle for a loss at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13)... made two tackles (one solo) and forced one fumble at Texas A&M (10/30)... had a career-high seven tackles (six solo) against No. 18 Oklahoma State (10/16)... posted two tackles (one solo), including one for a loss against Baylor at the Cotton Bowl (10/9)... assisted on one tackle and broke up a pass against Texas (9/18)... made career debut in season-opener against SMU (9/5). 2009 Redshirt season HIGH SCHOOL Three-star (Rivals.com, Scout.com) defensive back from Naaman Forest High School in Garland, Texas ... PrepStar All-Midlands Region ... No. 43 safety in the country, per Rivals. com, and No. 88 overall player in Texas ... No. 51 safety nationally, according to Scout.com ... No. 78 player on the Superprep Texas 111 ... received All-District 10-5A first team honors after totaling 121 tackles, a sack, two interceptions and two fumble recoveries during senior season ... athletic and aggressive safety ... impressive against the run and attacks the line ... registered 95 tackles, an interception and two fumble recoveries as a junior and 50 tackles and a fumble recovery during sophomore season ... also received offers from Wisconsin, Arizona, Kansas, Louisville, Notre Dame and Oklahoma State ... clocked at 4.58 in the 40 ... brother, Melvin, played at Texas A&M and is currently with the Indianapolis Colts ... High School Coach: Bill Patterson. PERSONAL Terrance Bullitt ... born August 5, 1991 in Dallas, Texas ... son of Gerald and Billie Bullitt ... has two brothers ... a university studies major at Texas Tech.

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CAREER HIGHS Tackles _______________________________ 10, vs. Oklahoma State (2011) Tackles For Loss _____________________________ 2.5, at Missouri (2011) Sacks _______________________________________________ None Interceptions __________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered _____________________________ 1, vs. Baylor (2011) * Indicates most recent high

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UA 15 41 56

A 8 15 23

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PD 1 4 5

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2011 NCAA RANKINGS: tied for 19th in forced fumbles (4)... BIG 12 RANKINGS: tied for first in forced fumbles (4)... Played in 12 games (7 starts) and made 28 tackles (23 solo) with two sacks, three quarterback hurries, broke up two passes, recovered two fumbles and led the team forcing four fumbles... matches the most forced fumbles by a Red Raider since 2005 (Dwayne Slay - 8)... Brandon Williams also forced four fumbles in 2008... broke up one pass at Missouri (11/19)... tallied three tackles (all solo) against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)... had one sack (loss of 4 yards) at No. 25 Texas (11/5)... made three tackles (all solo) with one forced fumble against Iowa State (10/29)... collected two tackles (one solo) at No. 1 Oklahoma... had five tackles (all solo), including one for a loss of five yards against No. 17 Kansas State (10/15)... made two tackles (both solo) and tallied two quarterback hurries against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8)... had two tackles (both assisted) at Kansas (10/1)... posted three tackles (all solo), one for a loss of three yards and forced a fumble against Nevada (9/24)... notched three tackles (one solo), including one sack for a loss of five yards with a quarterback hurry and one fumble recovery at New Mexico (9/17)... led team with two forced fumbles and collected four tackles (all solo), including one for a loss in first career start during season opener against Texas State (9/3). 2010 Played in seven games (0 starts) making nine tackles (seven solo) with one sack, three tackles for a loss of seven yards and broke up one pass on the season… made a season-high five tackles (all solo), including two tackles for a loss against Weber State (11/20)… notched two tackles (one solo) and recorded first career sack at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13)… made first career tackle (assisted) at Texas A&M (10/30)… made career debut at Colorado (10/23). HIGH SCHOOL All-District 24-5A performer and unanimous district MVP … 2009 Brazoria County MVP … Associated Press Second Team All-State … BHS Team MVP … one of Texas Football’s Top 300 players … No. 10-rated defensive end in the state (Texas Football) … credited with 81 tackles, 30 tackles for loss and 15 sacks as a senior … helped lead Brazoswood to a 10-4 mark and the Class 5A Division I state quarterfinals … led the team in sacks the last three seasons … No. 49 nationally among strongside defensive ends (Rivals). PERSONAL Dartwan Bush … born on August 17, 1991 in Angleton, Texas … son of Darrell Bush and Debra Pipkins … has three older siblings, Mary and Darryll Pipkins and Darresha Bush… a university studies major at Texas Tech. CAREER HIGHS Tackles _______________________________ 5 2x, vs. Kansas State (2011)* Tackles For Loss ____________________________ 2, vs. Weber State (2010) Sacks _____________________________________ 1 3x, at Texas (2011)* Interceptions __________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered ________________________ 1 2x, at New Mexico (2011)* * Indicates most recent high

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UA 7 23 30

A 2 5 7

Total 9 28 37

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A 0 0 0

Total 1.0 2.0 3.0

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OL • 6-6 • 291 • Sophomore/1L Sulphur Springs, Texas/Sulphur Springs

RYAN BUSTIN

KILGORE COLLEGE Kilgore College (NJCAA) in Kilgore, Texas… doubled as the place kicker and punter… was a perfect 19-of-19 in PAT attempts… connected on 13 field goals, ranking tied for third in the nation… posted a season-long 49-yard field goal… also averaged 41.4 yards per punt (7 punts, 290 yards)… perhaps top performance came against Arkansas Baptist while hitting six extra points and making field goals of 49-yards, 46-yards and 45-yards in 51-7 victory… Head Coach: J.J. Eckert. HIGH SCHOOL Kilgore High School in Kilgore, Texas… a four-year varsity starter, making 45 career varsity starts (school record)… one of the all-time leading scorers in school history… four-time all-district selection… High School Coach: Mike Vallery.

2011 Played in eight games (1 start) on the offensive line... made first career start against Iowa State (10/29) at right guard... made career debut in season opener against Texas State (9/3). 2010 Redshirt season. HIGH SCHOOL District 13-4A first team selection ... rated the No. 74 offensive tackle in the country (Rivals) ... member of the Class 4A All-State honorable mention team ... helped pave way for offense that averaged 406.2 total offensive yards per game and 27.4 points per game ... three-year starter at right tackle ... Sulphur Springs won Class 4A State Championship in 2008. PERSONAL Beau Carpenter ... born June 22, 1992 in Sulphur Springs, Texas ... son of Jeff and Jamie Carpenter ... has an older sister ... a university studies major at Texas Tech.

PERSONAL Ryan Christopher Bustin… born June 28, 1991… son of Bobby and Sherry Bustin ... a business major at Texas Tech.

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DS • 5-10 • 225 • Sophomore/1L Austin, Texas/Austin

OL • 6-5 • 288 • Junior/1L Denton, Texas/Guyer

2011 Played in one game (0 starts) as the deep snapper on special teams… made career debut in season finale against No. 18 Baylor (11/26) at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington.

2011 Played in 2 games (0 starts) on the offensive line… played against Iowa State (10/29)… made career debut at New Mexico (9/17).

2010 Redshirt season

2010 Scout Team Member

HIGH SCHOOL Austin High School in Austin, Texas… a two-time all-district selection and team captain as a senior… named Central Texas athlete of the week… led team to a district title as a junior… guided Austin HS to four state playoff appearances.

2009 Redshirt season

PERSONAL Alex Chester ... born March 9, 1992, in Austin, Texas ... son of Bryan Chester and Christi Worth... has two siblings... father, Bryan, played football at Texas and with the Dallas Cowboys… a personal and financial planning major at Texas Tech.

HIGH SCHOOL Four-star (Rivals.com) offensive tackle from Guyer High School in Denton, Texas ... three-star (Scout.com) offensive tackle ... PrepStar Top 250 All-American ... No. 21 offensive tackle in the country, per Rivals.com ... also listed as the No. 46 overall player on Rivals.com Texas Postseason Top 100 ... No. 39 player on the Superprep Texas 111 ... versatile player with experience at tackle and guard ... helped team advance to state championship game in 2008 ... team finished 12-3 and amassed 280.9 rushing yards per game and 55 touchdowns behind Clark and the offensive line ... District 5-4A second team ... clocked at 4.9 in the 40 ... also offered by LSU, Tulsa, Arizona, Louisville and Nebraska ... High School Coach: John Walsh. PERSONAL Kyle Clark ... born November 7, 1990, in Denton, Texas ... son of Jim and Kay Clark ... has two brothers ... grandfather, Bob Cantrell, played baseball for the New York Yankees ... a university studies major at Texas Tech.

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LB • 6-0 • 227 • Junior/2L Killeen, Texas/Ellison

Le’RAVEN CLARK

HIGH SCHOOL Rockdale High School in Rockdale, Texas… four-star prospect by Scout ... three-star by Rivals and ESPN.com ... PrepStar All-Midlands team ... No. 24 on Superprep Texas 120 ... No. 37 Superprep All-America Offensive Lineman ... earned District 23-3A honors on both the offensive and defensive lines his junior and senior years … earned All-State honors as a senior… helped lead high school to four consecutive trips to the state playoffs… named Under Armour All-American… High School Coach: Jeff Miller. PERSONAL LeRavel Clark… born April 22, 1993, in Bryan, Texas… son of Melvin Clark and Angelena Alcorn… has six siblings, including five sisters, La’Taira, La’Keshia, Crystal, Cheri and Rachel, and one older brother, Omar… has six relatives who have played sports either in college or professionally… enjoys fishing, hunting and video games… a natural resource management major at Texas Tech.

2011 BIG 12 RANKINGS: Tied for 34th in tackles/game (5.8)... 10th in tackles (70) among all sophomores in the conference... played in 12 games (7 starts) and was third on the team with 70 tackles (42 solo) with 7.5 tackles for a loss (loss of 14 yards) with two quarterback hurries and forced one fumble... posted seven games making at least six tackles and notched double-figure tackles in two contests... led team with 14 tackles (13 solo) against No. 18 Baylor at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington (11/26)... marked the most tackles by a Red Raider against Baylor since 2005 (Dwayne Slay - 18 at Baylor, 10/29)... third on the team with nine tackles (one solo) at Missouri (11/19)... 14 tackles matched the most by a Red Raider during the season (Cody Davis, 14 at Kansas)...posted six tackles (five solo), including one for a loss against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)... third on the team with six tackles (three solo) with one quarterback hurry at No. 25 Texas (11/5)... posted seven tackles (four solo) with 1.5 tackles for a loss and had one quarterback hurry against Iowa State (10/29)... recorded nine tackles (six solo) and made 2.5 tackles for a loss and forced one fumble at No. 1 Oklahoma (10/22)... made three tackles (all solo) with one tackle for a loss of four yards against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8)... recorded double-figure tackles for the first time during career with 11 tackles (five solo) at Kansas (10/1)... also had 1.5 tackles for a loss of two yards against the Jayhawks... posted two tackles (both solo) against Nevada (9/24)... assisted on three tackles at New Mexico (9/17)... made debut in season opener against Texas State (9/3). 2010 Played in nine games (0 starts) primarily on special teams… made three tackles (two solo) and broke up two passes on the season… made one tackle (solo) against No. 4 Texas (9/18)… tallied first career tackles with a season-high two tackles (one solo) and broke up two passes at New Mexico (9/11)… made career debut on season-opener against SMU (9/5). 2009 Redshirt season HIGH SCHOOL Three-star (Rivals.com, Scout.com) safety from Ellison High School in Killeen, Texas ... PrepStar All-Midlands Region ... No. 24 safety in the nation, per the Tom Lemming Recruiting Report ... No. 35 safety in the nation, according to Rivals.com ... also listed No. 82 overall on the Rivals.com Texas Postseason Top 100 list ... No. 85 player on the Superprep Texas 111 ... clocked at 4.6 in the 40 ... equally talented at either safety position ... tremendous blitzer from the edge ... shows great ability to read blocks and make cuts as a running back ... rushed for 1,277 yards on 181 carries and scored 17 touchdowns as a running back during senior season ... District 13-5A first team in 2008 and 2007 ... also offered by Georgia Tech, Houston and Nebraska ... High School Coach: Buddy McBryde. PERSONAL Daniel Cobb ... born October 25, 1990, in Killeen, Texas ... son of Caesar and Nina Cobb ... has two brothers ... a university studies major at Texas Tech. CAREER HIGHS Tackles ____________________________________ 14, vs. Baylor (2011) Tackles For Loss ____________________________ 2.5, at Oklahoma (2011) Sacks _______________________________________________ None Interceptions __________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered ______________________________________ None

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SHAWN CORKER

LB • 6-0 • 219 • Freshman/RS Ft. Lauderdale, Fla./University

DB • 6-1 • 201 • Sophomore/1L Ft. Lauderdale, Fla./Cardinal Gibbons

HIGH SCHOOL University High School in Davie, Fla… three-star prospect by Rivals ... notched 61 tackles, three sacks and two interceptions his senior year ... helped lead team to state runner-up finish as a senior… earned All-State as a senior… named the team’s defensive MVP twice during his four-year career… High School Coach: Rodger Harriot.

2011 Played in nine games (0 starts) with two catches for 15 yards receiving… averaged 7.5 yards per receptions and 1.7 yards receiving per contest… also played on the defensive side of the ball as a defensive back while making five tackles (three solo)… made two tackles (one solo) at No. 25 Texas (11/5)… made two tackles (one solo) against Iowa State (10/29)… made one catch for three yards against Nevada (9/24)… made first career reception at New Mexico for a gain of 12 yards… made career debut in season opener against Texas State (9/3) as a wide receiver.

2011 Redshirt season.

PERSONAL Justin Donnell Cooper… born January 15, 1993, in Hollywood, Fla… son of Kevin Cooper and Tracy Grace… has two brothers, Keenan and Kevin… enjoys playing football, shopping and mathematics… a human sciences major at Texas Tech.

2010 Redshirt season HIGH SCHOOL Among the SuperPrep Florida 115 … ranked No. 58 nationally among wide receivers (Rivals) … caught 58 passes for 741 yards and 11 touchdowns during senior season … No. 54 ranked overall player in Florida … had 33 catches for 720 yards and nine scores as a junior. PERSONAL Shawn Corker … born February 9, 1992 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida … son of Melvina Corker … an exercise and sports science major at Texas Tech. CAREER HIGHS Receptions ________________________________ 1 2x, vs. Nevada (2011) Yards __________________________________ 12, at New Mexico (2011) Touchdowns __________________________________________ None Longest Reception _________________________ 12, at New Mexico (2011) All-Purpose Yards __________________________ 12, at New Mexico (2011) Tackles ____________________________________ 2 2x, at Texas (2011)* Tackles For Loss ________________________________________ None Sacks _______________________________________________ None Interceptions __________________________________________ None INT Returned for Touchdowns _______________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

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S • 6-2 • 203 • Senior/3L Stephenville, Texas/Stephenville

BRANT COSTILLA

2010 Scout team member. JUNIOR COLLEGE Navarro Junior College… helped lead team to Heart of Texas Bowl championship… Junior College Head Coach: Nick Bobeck. HIGH SCHOOL Parish Episcopal High School in Farmers Branch, Texas… member of National Honor Society… also participated in baseball, basketball and track and field… High School Coach: Scott X. Nady. PERSONAL Brant Costilla ... born January 14, 1991, in Dallas, Texas ... son of Mike and Lisa Costilla... has a brother, Shane, and a sister, Alyssa... enjoys all sports ... an exercise and sports science major at Texas Tech.

2011 Academic All-Big 12 first team... Ranked Preseason No. 12 Strong Safety (Phil Steele’s College Football)... Preseason All-Big 12 second team (Athlon Sports)... Preseason All-Big 12 second team (College Football News)... Preseason All-Big 12 second team (Phil Steele’s College Football)... Preseason All-Big 12 third team (College Sports Madness)... NCAA RANKINGS: fourth in solo tackles/game (6.55)... BIG 12 RANKINGS: led the conference averaging 6.55 solo tackles per game... fifth in tackles/game (8.5)... fifth in solo tackles (93)... led team in tackles (93) while making 72 solo tackles and 21 assisted tackles... became just the third Red Raider over the last 12 years to record at least 80 tackles in three consecutive seasons (Ryan Aycock, 2000-03; Lawrence Flugence, 1999-2002)... led team in solo tackles in back-to-back seasons... first Red Raider to lead team in solo tackles in back-to-back seasons since Brian Duncan (2008, 2009)... led the team in both tackles and pass breakups (5)... became the first Red Raider in over 11 years to lead the team in both statistical categories in the same season... ended the season with four consecutive games with at least 10 tackles marking the first time for a Red Raider with 10+ tackles in at least four straight games since 2005 (Dwayne Slay - 5 consecutive games)... finished the season making at least 10 tackles in five games... second on the team with 12 tackles (nine solo) against No. 18 Baylor at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington (11/26)... led team making 10 tackles, including one for a loss, with one forced fumble and broke up one pass at Missouri (11/19)... led team making 12 tackles (10 solo), including one for a loss of two yards against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)... led team with 11 tackles (seven solo) at No. 25 Texas (11/5)... second on the team with seven tackles (six solo) and broke up two passes against Iowa State (10/29)... recorded four tackles (two solo) at No. 1 Oklahoma (10/22)... posted five tackles (all solo) against No. 17 Kansas State (10/15)... made eight tackles (all solo) and broke up one pass against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8)... led team with 14 tackles (12 solo), including one tackle for a loss of two yards, and broke up a pass at Kansas (10/1)... 14 tackles matched the most by a Red Raider during the season (Daniel Cobb, 14 vs. Baylor)... led team making nine tackles (six solo) at New Mexico (9/17)... made one tackle (solo) in season opener against Texas State (9/3). 2010 Named All-Big 12 honorable mention... named first team All-Big 12 Academic... BIG 12 RANKINGS: 20th in tackles/game (6.7)... tied for 17th in total tackles (87)... played in 13 games (13 starts) and was second on the team with 87 total tackles while tying for the team lead (Bront Bird) with 68 solo tackles... notched 19 assisted tackles, 6.5 tackles for a loss of 30 yards, posted one sack, broke up four passes, had two quarterback hurries, forced three fumbles, recovered one fumble and made one interception on the season... 68 solo tackles are the most by a Red Raider since 2005 (Dwayne Slay, 75)... had eight tackles (five solo) and one quarterback hurry while forcing one fumble against Northwestern in the TicketCity Bowl (1/1/) at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas... made six tackles (all solo), had one quarterback hurry and posted first career interception against Houston quarterback David Piland in the third quarter with 9:08 on the clock (11/27)... had two tackles (both solo) against Weber State (11/20)... made six tackles (five solo) with one tackle for a loss of six yards at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13)... had four tackles (all solo) against No. 14 Missouri (11/6)... led team with 11 tackles (four solo) with 1.5 tackles for a loss of eight yards, forced two fumbles, had one fumble recovery for four yards and collected first career sack at Texas A&M (10/30)... second on the team with 10 tackles (eight solo), including two tackles for a loss of five yards at Colorado (10/23)... second on the team with nine tackles (seven solo) with one tackle for a loss of three yards and broke up a pass against Oklahoma State (10/16)... made eight tackles (all solo) against Baylor at the Cotton Bowl (10/9)... had six tackles (five solo) at Iowa State (10/2)... tallied five tackles (all solo) and one tackle for a loss of eight yards against No. 4 Texas (9/18)... had seven tackles (four solo) and one pass breakup against New Mexico (9/11)... tallied five tackles (all solo) with one pass breakup in season opener against SMU (9/5). 2009 Freshman All-America first team selection (Phil Steele) ... Freshman All-America second team pick (CollegeFootballNews.com) ... tied for the team lead with nine tackles against Michigan State ... two tackles and a pass breakup against Baylor ... five tackles, including four solo stops, against Oklahoma ... team leader at OSU with eight solo tackles and a pass WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

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breakup ... led the Red Raiders with 10 tackles in the win over Kansas ... also broke up three passes ... totaled six tackles against Texas A&M ... made one tackle for loss ... recorded five stops at Nebraska ... broke a pass up ... recorded three solo tackles in the win versus New Mexico ... led the team with 15 tackles at Houston ... made nine stops, eight solo, against Texas ... had five tackles in the win against Rice ... made his first career start versus North Dakota ... recorded four tackles on the night.

JORDAN DAVIS

2008 Scout team member ... redshirt season. HIGH SCHOOL Stephenville High School in Stephenville, Texas ... an extremely productive high school player, he helped lead Stephenville to a combined 33-5 record during his three years as a starter in the defensive backfield ... named an Associated Press Class 4A second-team all-state selection, and was voted the District 8-4A Defensive MVP after a senior season that saw him total 109 tackles, five tackles for a loss, 11 pass breakups and four forced fumbles ... chosen to the Abilene Reporter-News’ Class 4A/5A All-Big Country Team following his final prep campaign ... 2007 team finished the season with a 10-2 record, an average margin of victory of 29.2 points, and a berth in the area round of the Class 4A playoffs ... noted for having scored a touchdown five different ways during his high school career ... one of 11 defensive backs in the state to be named to the Lubbock Avalanche Journal’s `Top 100 for 2008’ ... a first-team Class 4A All-State pick by both the AP and the Texas Sports Writers’ Association as a junior in 2007, after racking up 99 tackles, 21 pass break-ups, nine interceptions, seven forced fumbles and four fumble recoveries for the Yellow Jackets ... rated a three-star prospect and the No. 58 safety in the nation by Scout.com ... the No. 86 safety in the country according to ESPN Scouts Inc ... also a member of the varsity basketball team at Stephenville ... chose Tech over Baylor, Duke, Houston, Oklahoma State, Mississippi and Vanderbilt. PERSONAL Cody Davis ... born on June 6, 1989 in Stephenville, Texas ... son of David and Cindy Davis ... his father David is a graduate of Tarleton State while his mother Cindy is a graduate of the University of Texas ... has one older brother, Brent, who played football at Tarleton State ... enjoys sports, the outdoors and technology ... purusing a master’s degree in management information systems at Texas Tech. CAREER HIGHS Tackles: __________________________________ 15, at Houston (2009) Tackles For Loss: ______________________________ 6, at Houston (2009) Sacks: ___________________________________ 1, at Texas A&M (2010) Interceptions: _______________________________ 1, vs. Houston (2010) Fumbles Recovered: __________________________ 1, at Texas A&M (2010) CAREER STATISTICS TACKLES G 2009 12 2010 13 2011 11 TOTAL 36

UA 58 68 72 198

A 23 19 21 63

Total 81 87 93 261

INTERCEPTIONS 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 12 13 11 36

No. 0 1 0 1

Yds 0 0 0 0

SACKS 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

UA 0 1 0 1

A 0 0 0 0

Total 0.0 1.0 0.0 1.0

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Yds 3 30 5 38 Lg 0 0 0 0

PD 6 5 5 16

FF 0 3 1 4

Avg/R 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

Avg/G 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

FR 0 1 0 1

Blkd 0 0 0 0

WR • 5-9 • 165 • Sophomore/RS Arlington, Texas/Arlington/SW Oklahoma St.

2011 Redshirt season. SOUTHWESTERN OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY Played in 11 games and made 20 receptions for 225 yards (11.2 avg.) with a team-leading three touchdowns… Head Coach: Dan Cocannouer. HIGH SCHOOL Arlington High School in Arlington, Texas… helped lead high school to the fourth round of the state playoffs… named all-district twice during his prep career… High School Coach: Scott Peach PERSONAL Jordan Alexander Davis… born June 9, 1992, in Arlington, Texas… son of Clint and Mary Davis… has two older brothers, Danny and Bryan… enjoys golfing and playing pingpong… a university studies major at Texas Tech.

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LB • 6-1 • 226 • Sophomore/1L Spanish Fort, Ala./Spanish Fort

QB • 6-1 • 205 • Senior/3L Wolfforth, Texas/Frenship

2011 Big 12 All-Freshman Team Defense (Rivals.com)... played in eight games (5 starts) and made 32 tackles (28 solo) with 4.0 tackles for a loss (loss of 7 yards) with one interception, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery... led all Tech freshmen in tackles (32) and solo tackles (28)... was the only Tech freshman with an interception... made one tackle (solo) against No. 18 Baylor at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington (11/26)... made one tackle (solo) against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)... led the team with nine tackles (all solo) with one tackle for a loss of two yards against No. 17 Kansas State (10/15)... recorded three tackles (all solo) against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8)... forced a fumble and collected three tackles (all solo) at Kansas (10/1)... posted four tackles (all solo), including two for a loss of four yards against Nevada (9/24)... collected three tackles (all assisted) and intercepted - first career - Lobos quarterback Tarean Austin at the 2:10 mark in the first quarter at New Mexico (9/17)... made career debut starting at middle linebacker and finished second on the team with eight tackles (seven solo), including one tackle for a loss with one forced fumble and recovered a fumble in season opener against Texas State (9/3)... became the first Texas Tech true freshman to start season opener at linebacker since 2003 (Brock Stratton)... most tackles (8) by a Tech true freshman in a season opener in more than 11 years... eight tackles in season opener were the most by a freshman in the Big 12 Conference during Week 1 (no other freshman had more than 4)... only two true freshmen in the country had more tackles during Week 1.

2011 Academic All-Big 12 first team... AT&T All-America Player of the Week (10/27)... Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week (10/24)... Davey O’Brien Award Semifinalist (Nation’s Top Quarterback)... Manning Award “Stars of the Week” (10/30)... Walter Camp National Player of the Week (10/23)... Manning Award “Stars of the Week” (9/25)... AT&T All-America Player of the Week (9/22)... Big 12 Conference Co-Offensive Player of the Week (9/19)... Davey O’Brien Quarterback of the Week (9/19) Honorable Mention... Capital One Cup Impact Performance Nominee... Manning Award “Stars of the Week” (9/18)... NCAA RANKINGS: led the NCAA (FBS) in passing (33.17 completions/game)... ranked fifth in passing yards per game (333.7)... ranked fifth in passing yardage (4,004 yards)... tied for 12th in passing touchdowns (28)... ranked 20th in points responsible for per game (16.00)... ranked 43rd in passing efficiency (138.9)... BIG 12 RANKINGS: ranked third in passing yardage per game (333.7)... ranked fourth in total offense (337.5)... ranked fifth in passing efficiency (138.9)... tied for the conference lead with nine 300-yard passing performances... (Baylor’s Robert Griffin III)... led all Big 12 first-year starting QB’s in numerous statistical categories, including completions, attempts, touchdowns, passing yards per game and passing yardage... TEXAS TECH RECORD BOOK: ranks ninth in Tech career passing completions list (439)... ranks 10th in Tech career passing attempts list (646)... ranks 10th in Tech career passing yardage list (4,431)... ranks seventh in Tech single-season passing completions list (398)... ranks eighth in Tech single-season passing attempts list (581)... ranks eighth in Tech single-season passing yardage list (4,004)... ranks eighth on Tech single-season passing yardage per game list (333.7)... ranks 10th in Tech single-season passing touchdowns list (28)... played in 12 games (12 starts) and went 398-of-581 (68.5%) for 4,004 yards passing and 28 touchdowns with 10 interceptions while averaging 333.7 yards passing per game... rushed for 46 yards marking the most rushing yards by a Tech QB since 2005 (Cody Hodges - 191)... accounted for a total of 32 touchdowns with 28 passing TDs and four rushing TDs... became the eighth quarterback in school history to pass for over 4,000 yards in a season and the first since 2008 (Graham Harrell, 5,111)... passed for over 300 yards in nine games... passed for over 400 yards on three occasions... most 300-yard passing games by a Tech QB since 2008 (Harrell - 11)... 68.5 completion percentage marked the highest by a Tech QB since 2008... only Graham Harrell in 2007 and 2008 had a higher completion percentage in a season since 2000... collected eight multiple passing touchdown performances... went 41-of-52 for 355 yards passing with three touchdowns and two interceptions against No. 18 Baylor at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington (11/26)... went 37-of-53 for 315 yards and one touchdown with an interception at Missouri (11/19)... went 25-of-43 for 169 yards with an interception against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)... reached the 3,000-yard passing mark for the season at Texas which marked the ninth straight season the Red Raiders have had a QB pass for at least 3,000 yards... went 40-of-55 for 381 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions at No. 25 Texas (11/5)... 381-yards passing marked the most against the Longhorns this season... 381-yards passing at Texas marked the 68th most by a Red Raider QB in a single-game... 381-yards passing marked the 23rd most by a Red Raider QB in a road game... went 16-of32 for 171 passing yards with zero touchdowns and threw two interceptions against Iowa State (10/29)... scored Tech’s only touchdown of the game on an eight-yard rushing touchdown... went 33-of-52 for 441 yards with four passing touchdowns and a rushing touchdown without throwing an interception at No. 1 Oklahoma (10/22)... most passing yards ever by a Red Raider QB against Oklahoma... tied for the 32nd most passing yards ever by a Tech QB... 11th most passing yards by a Tech QB in a road game... 7th most passing yards by a Tech QB in a Big 12 road contest... passed for over 400 yards in back-to-back Big 12 games... became first Tech QB to throw for over 400 yards in consecutive Big 12 games since 2008 (Graham Harrell - vs. Texas; vs. Oklahoma State)... went 43-of-63 for 461 yards passing with one touchdown, three interceptions and notched first career rushing touchdown against No. 17 Kansas State (10/15)... at halftime, was 25-of-34 for 296 yards with a touchdown against the Wildcats... 461 yards passing marks the 22nd most all-time for a Red Raider quarterback in a game... 461 passing yards are the 12th most for a Tech QB in a game played in Lubbock... 461 passing yards are the 15th most by a Red Raider QB against a league opponent... 461 yards passing are fifth most by a Big 12 quarterback in a game this season... went 44-of-66 for 391 yards passing with three touchdowns without tossing an interception against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8)... 44 completions are the most by a Red

HIGH SCHOOL Spanish Fort High School in Spanish Fort, Ala… three-star linebacker (Rivals.com) from Spanish Fort High School in Spanish Fort, Alabama ... No. 39 prospect in the state of Alabama ... PrepStar All-Southeast team ... selected to the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star game ... helped lead his high school to its first state championship with a win over Briarwood Christian ... in the championship game, he led the defense with seven tackles. PERSONAL William Blake Dees… born August 29, 1992, in Spanish Fort, Ala… son of Jonathan and Donna Dees… has two older brothers, Josh and Kory… enjoys hunting and working out… an exercise and sports sciences major at Texas Tech. CAREER HIGHS Tackles _________________________________ 9, vs. Kansas State (2011) Tackles For Loss ______________________________ 2, vs. Nevada (2011) Sacks _______________________________________________None Interceptions ______________________________ 1, at New Mexico (2011) Fumbles Recovered __________________________ 1, vs. Texas State (2011) * Indicates most recent high

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Raider QB since Taylor Potts threw 46 completions at Texas in 2009... 66 attempts are the most by a Red Raider QB since Graham Harrell threw 72 times against No. 3 Oklahoma in 2007... 66 passing attempts are the most by a Big 12 quarterback in a single-game this season... 391-yards passing against the Aggies marked the fourth most ever by a Red Raider QB against A&M in Lubbock... 391-yards passing are the 61st most in a single-game in school history... 391-yards passing are the 37th most by a Red Raider QB in a game played in Lubbock... 75 total offensive plays against the Aggies marked the most by a player in the Big 12 this season... went 29-of-46 for 366 yards with three touchdowns with one interception at Kansas (10/1)... led game-winning drive in the fourth quarter to defeat Nevada 35-34 with a touchdown pass to WR Eric Ward with 36 seconds left to play... went 26-of-38 passing for 222 yards with three touchdowns without tossing an interception against the Wolf Pack (9/24)... marked the first time since 2008 Texas Tech had gone three consecutive games (vs. Texas State, at New Mexico, vs. Nevada) without throwing an INT... also ran for 83 yards on nine carries against Nevada... 83 yards rushing marked the most by a Texas Tech QB since Sept. 13, 1997 (Zebbie Lethridge, 88 yards vs. Southwest Louisiana)... posted a 48-yard run in the third quarter that marked the longest run by a Tech QB since the 1999 season opener at Arizona State (Rob Peters, 55-yard run)... had a career performance going 40-for-44 (90.1%) with 401 yards passing and five touchdowns at New Mexico (9/17)... 90.1 percent completion percentage marked a new NCAA all-time record for highest percentage of passes completed in a game (min. 40 completions)... previous record was held by former Red Raider QB Kliff Kingsbury (83.3%, 49-of-59 passing, at No. 23 Texas A&M on Oct. 5, 2002)... helped Texas Tech break the NCAA all-time team record for highest percentage of passes completed (min. 35 completions) with three Tech passers (Jacob Karam, Austin Zouzalik) combined going 45-of-50 for a 90 percent completion percentage against the Lobos... previous record held by South Carolina (vs. Mississippi State, 87%, 40-of-46 passing - Oct. 14, 1995)... completed 15 consecutive passes (first half) against New Mexico to tie an all-time school record (Taylor Potts, vs. Baylor in Cotton Bowl Stadium in 2010)... became the first Tech QB to pass for at least five touchdowns without tossing an interception since Graham Harrell (6 TD/0 INT) in 2008 against Oklahoma State (11/08) in Lubbock... became the sixth Texas Tech player to be awarded the AT&T All-America Player of the Week award (joined QB Taylor Potts, 2010; QB Graham Harrell, 2008; WR Michael Crabtree, 2008; PK Matt Williams, 2008; QB Sonny Cumbie, 2004)... made season debut passing for 326 yards on 23-of-33 passing with three touchdowns without throwing an interception in season opener against Texas State (9/3)... marked eighth consecutive year a Texas Tech QB has thrown for over 300 yards in season opener... marked first career 300-yard passing game... marked first career multi-passing touchdown performance. 2010 Played in two games (back-up role) while going 3-of-4 for 58 yards passing on the season... passed for 58 yards on 3-of-4 passing (long of 21 yards) in the fourth quarter against Weber State (11/20)... made season debut off the bench at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13) in the fourth quarter... did not attempt a pass in first appearance of the season. 2009 Made first career start against Kansas ... completed 14-of-28 passes for 159 yards and a touchdown in one half of play ... connected with Detron Lewis on a 61-yard scoring strike ... played in the second half against Texas A&M ... finished the night 18-of-25 for 146 yards ... threw first career touchdown versus Kansas State. 2008 Redshirt season ... scout team member. HIGH SCHOOL Frenship High School in Wolfforth, Texas ... one of the most promising prep quarterbacks in the state despite missing each of the last two seasons with injuries ... displayed his abilities in 7-on-7 competitions for the Tigers, leading the team to the state tournament in College Station during the summer of 2007 ... noted for his leadership, decision making and quick release, he appears to possess a number of qualities that will make him effective in operating the Tech offense ... rated as a three-star prospect, the No. 4 quarterback and the No. 71 overall player in the state on Rivals.com’s Texas Top 100 for 2008 ... also listed as the No. 18 overall pro-style passer in the nation by Rivals ... a three-star player according to Scout.com ... a member of the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal’s `Top 100’ for 2008 ... ranked the No. 4 quarterback and No. 43 overall player in the state on SuperPrep’s `Texas 110 for 2008’ ... saw action as a sophomore, completing 115-of-171 attempts (67.2%) for 2,439 yards and 27 touchdowns at Crane High School in 2005 ... also carried the ball 78 times, gaining 526 yards and adding three touchdowns on the ground during sophomore year ... attended Texas Tech Football Camp prior to junior year ... chose Tech over interest from Florida, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, and Purdue ... High School Coaches: Bobby Davis and Randy Doege.

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PERSONAL Seth Doege ... born December 18, 1988, in San Angelo, Texas ... son of Melinda and Randy Doege ... has a younger brother, Jarrett ... cousin, Kyle Herm, is a quarterback at Rice ... father was head coach at Crane High School and is now an assistant at Frenship ... enjoys fishing and playing competitive sports ... career aspiration is to be a leader in whatever he does ... pursuing a master’s degree in exercise and sports sciences at Texas Tech. CAREER HIGHS Pass Attempts: ____________________________ 66, vs. Texas A&M (2011) Pass Completions: __________________________ 44, vs. Texas A&M (2011) Passing Yards: ___________________________ 461, vs. Kansas State (2011) Passing Touchdowns: ________________________ 5, at New Mexico (2011) Longest Pass: _______________________________ 61, vs. Kansas (2009) Rushing Yards: _______________________________ 83, vs. Nevada (2011) * Indicates most recent high CAREER STATISTICS PASSING G Att 2009 4 61 2010 2 4 2011 12 581 TOTAL 18 646

Cmp 38 3 398 439

Int 0 0 10 10

Yds 369 58 4004 4431

TD 2 0 28 30

RUSHING 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

Yds -51 0 46 -5

TD 0 0 4 4

Lg 5 0 48 48

Avg/C -4.6 0.0 0.9 -0.1

G 4 2 12 18

TOTAL OFFENSE 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

Att 11 0 54 65 G 4 2 12 18

Rush -51 0 46 -5

Pass 369 58 4004 4431

Lg 61 21 56 61

Pct 62.3 75.0 68.5 68.0

Avg/P 6.0 14.5 6.9 6.9

Avg/G -12.8 0.0 3.8 -0.3 Total 318 58 4050 4426

Avg/G 79.5 29.0 337.5 245.9

Avg/G 92.2 29.0 333.7 246.2

Effic 123.9 196.8 138.9 137.8

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2012 DAVEY O’BRIEN AWARD CANDIDATE

2011 NCAA PASSING LEADER 2011 FIRST-TEAM ACADEMIC ALL-BIG 12 • SECOND YEAR GRADUATE STUDENT

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DB • 5-9 • 203 • Senior/3L Lawton, Okla./Lawton

2011 Played in 12 games (10 starts) on both sides of the ball making 29 receptions for 329 yards (11.3 avg.) with one receiving touchdown... tallied 18 tackles (13 solo), broke up two passes, forced two fumbles and recovered one fumble for a touchdown... became first Red Raider in over 11 years to make at least 15 tackles (18) and also make at least 25 receptions (29)... notched four tackles (all solo) and broke up one pass against No. 18 Baylor at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington (11/26)... made seven tackles (two solo) and forced one fumble that resulted in a safety (ball rolled out the back of the end zone) at Missouri (11/19)... scored Texas Tech’s only touchdown with a 37-yard fumble recovery for a TD while also making three tackles (two solo) and breaking up one pass as a DB against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)... joined teammate Tramain Swindall as a captain for game against the Cowboys... caught two passes for 11 yards against Iowa State (10/29)... made six catches for 45 yards (long 25) at No. 1 Oklahoma (10/22)... caught five passes for 99 yards with first receiving touchdown of the season against No. 17 Kansas State (10/15)... tallied a 40-yard touchdown reception which marked a career-long catch... made six catches for 24 yards against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8)... led team with 98 receiving yards on four catches at Kansas (10/1)... made four catches for 37 yards at New Mexico (9/17)... caught two passes for 15 yards in season opener against Texas State (9/3). 2010 Played in 13 games (0 starts) while making 20 receptions for 215 yards (10.8 avg.) with one touchdown and made four receptions for 29 yards... also made 11 tackles (nine solo) with one tackle for a loss of 23 yards and forced one fumble... caught two passes for 29 yards and made one tackle against Northwestern in the TicketCity Bowl (1/1) at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas... made two tackles against Houston (11/27)... rushed once for three yards and caught two passes for 32 yards against Weber State (11/20)... made one tackle (solo) at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13)... caught one pass for five yards and threw one pass (incomplete) against No. 14 Missouri (11/6)... made one catch for 11 yards and tallied two tackles (both assisted) at Texas A&M (10/30)... had a career game with four catches and 53 yards while catching first career touchdown pass against No. 18 Oklahoma State (10/16)... made one tackle (solo) against Baylor at the Cotton Bowl (10/9)... played on both sides of the ball at Iowa State (10/2) with one reception and one solo tackle for a loss of yardage... made two receptions for eight yards against No. 4 Texas (9/18)... caught three passes for 49 yards in season opener against SMU (9/5). 2009 Had a reception for 12 yards against Kansas ... caught two passes for 11 yards versus North Dakota. 2008 Redshirt season ... scout team member. HIGH SCHOOL Lawton High School in Lawton, Okla. ... a gifted athlete with a dynamic skill set, appeared at quarterback, defensive back and as a return man... chosen as an honorable mention allstate selection on offense by the Tulsa World following his senior season ...first-team Class 6A All-State choice on defense by OKPrepXtra.com ... completed 62-of-121 pass attempts for 828 yards and nine touchdowns at quarterback and rushed for 413 yards and 14 scores during senior season en route to being named the District 1-6A Offensive Player of the Year ... engineered the No. 4 ranked rush offense in Class 6A in 2007, a group that averaged 234.4 yards per contest ... led Wolverines to a 7-4 record and a berth in the Class 6A state playoffs during senior year... also averaged a reported 42.5 yards per attempt on 10 punts in 2007 ... completed 67-of-131 attempts as a junior, netting 1,033 passing yards and 10 touchdowns while also picking up 612 yards and adding 11 scores on the ground ... a three-star prospect and listed as the No. 3 athlete and No. 9 overall player in the state on Rivals.com’s Oklahoma Top 25 for 2008 ... ranked the No. 53 overall player in SuperPrep Magazine’s `Midlands 86 for 2008’ a list that features the top players from a region encompassing 11 states ... chose Tech over offers from Iowa State, Kansas State, New Mexico and Tulsa. WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

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PERSONAL Cornelius Douglas ... born on September 20, 1989 in Lawton, Okla. ... son of Alvin Douglas and Debra Martin ... his father is a graduate of East Central University and his mother is a graduate of Cameron University and the University of Oklahoma ... has five siblings ... his uncle, John Douglas, played baseball at Oklahoma ... enjoys hunting, fishing and riding horses ... a psychology major at Texas Tech. CAREER HIGHS Receptions: ______________________________ 6 2x, at Oklahoma (2011)* Yards: _________________________________ 99, vs. Kansas State (2011) Touchdowns: _________________________ 1 3x, vs. Oklahoma State (2011)* Longest Reception: _________________________ 40, vs. Kansas State (2011) All-Purpose Yards: _________________________ 99, vs. Kansas State (2011) Tackles: ____________________________________7, at Missouri (2011) Tackles For Loss: _____________________________ 1, at Iowa State (2010) Sacks: ______________________________________________ None Interceptions: _________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered: _______________________1, vs. Oklahoma State (2011) * Indicates most recent high CAREER STATISTICS RECEIVING G 2010 13 2011 12 TOTAL 25 ALL PURPOSE 2010 2011 TOTAL TACKLES 2010 2011 TOTAL

Rec 20 29 49

G 13 12 25 G 13 12 25

UA 9 13 22

Yds 215 329 544

TD 1 1 2

Lg 28 40 40

Rec/G 1.5 2.4 2.0

Rush 3 0 3

Rec 215 329 544

PR 0 0 0

KR 0 7 7

A 2 5 7

Total 11 18 29

TFL 1.0 0.0 1.0

IR 0 0 0 Yds 23 0 23

Avg/C 10.8 11.3 11.1

Avg/G 16.5 27.4 21.8

Total 218 336 554

Avg/G 16.8 28.0 22.2

PD 0 2 2

FF 1 2 3

FR 0 1 1

Blkd 0 0 0

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LB • 6-1 • 225 • Sophomore/1L Garland, Texas/Lakeview Centennial

DERRECK EDWARDS

HIGH SCHOOL Brenham High School in Brenham, Texas… four-star prospect by Rivals ... three-star by Scout and ESPN.com ... No. 33 wide receiver in the nation (Rivals) ... No. 39 player in Texas according to Rivals ... caught 97 passes for 1,389 yards and 14 touchdowns while at Brenham High School ... named first team all-district and first team all-region… tabbed All-Brazos Valley… 58 receptions for 814 yards and 10 touchdowns in 2009 ... helped lead his high school to the Class 4A Division II state championship game in 2009 ... medaled twice in the state track and field meet, placing third in high jump in 2010 and second in triple jump in 2009… High School Coach: Glen West. PERSONAL Derreck Jerome Edwards… born February 1, 1993, in Brenham, Texas… son of Artis and Windgale Edwards… has an older sister, Kenya, and two brothers, Artis and Dennis… brother, Aritis, played football at Sam Houston State… enjoys playing soccer… a university studies major at Texas Tech.

2011 Big 12 All-Freshman Team Defense (Rivals.com)... played in 12 games (5 starts) making 30 tackles (25 solo) with one tackle for a loss of a yard... second on the team among all freshmen in tackles (LB Blake Dees, 32)... made 11 tackles (nine solo) against No. 18 Baylor at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington (11/26)... posted one tackle (solo) at No. 25 Texas (11/5)... collected one tackle (solo) against Iowa State (10/29)... made three tackles (two solo) at No. 1 Oklahoma (10/22)... assisted on one tackle at Kansas (10/1)... second on the team with eight tackles (all solo), including one tackle for a loss of a yard against Nevada (9/24)... made first career start at linebacker and made two tackles (one solo) at New Mexico (9/17)... made collegiate debut with three tackles (all solo) in season opener against Texas State (9/3). HIGH SCHOOL Lakeview Centennial High School in Garland, Texas… three-star prospect by Rivals and ESPN. com ... Second-Team District 10-5A ... posted 118 total tackles as a senior with 64 solo and 55 assisted ... logged four sacks, one interception, two pass deflections, two forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries… also played basketball as a prep… High School Coach: Don Willis. PERSONAL Sam Ehi Eguavoen… born February 22, 1993, in Dallas, Texas… son of Esosa and Patience Eguavoen… has an older sister, LaTricia, an older brother, Andre, and a younger brother, Owen… enjoys drawing and singing… a sociology major at Texas Tech. CAREER HIGHS Tackles: ____________________________________11, vs. Baylor (2011) Tackles For Loss: _______________________________ 1, vs. Nevada (2011) Sacks: ______________________________________________ None Interceptions: _________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered: _____________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

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P • 6-1 • 193 • Junior/2L Lake Travis, Texas/Lake Travis

2011 All-Big 12 honorable mention (Coaches)... All-Big 12 second team (Kansas City Star)... Academic All-Big 12 second team... NCAA RANKINGS: ranked 42nd in yards per punt (41.7)... BIG 12 RANKINGS: ranked fifth in yards per punt (41.7)... TEXAS TECH RECORD BOOK: ranks fourth on Tech career yards per punt average (41.3)... played in all 12 games while making 57 punts for 2,376 yards (41.7 avg.) with five touchbacks, 15 fair catches and with 19 punts going inside the 20-yard line... 14 punts went for at least 50 yards... made six punts for 238 yards (39.7 avg.) with one punt inside the 20-yard line and with one touchback against No. 18 Baylor at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington (11/26)... notched five punts for an average of 51.4 yards (257 yards) with three punts going inside the 20-yard line at Missouri (11/19)... averaged 44.4 yards per punt on seven tries (311 yards) with one touchback and two punts inside the 20-yard line against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)... averaged 46.2 yards per punt on four tries (185 yards) with a long of 55 yards while tallying one touchback and one punt going inside the 20-yard line at No. 25 Texas (11/5)... recorded nine punts for 385 yards (42.8 avg.) with a long of 55 yards with two punts inside the 20-yard line and one touchback against Iowa State (10/29)... marked the first time Texas Tech made nine punts in a game since 2000 (at Kansas State)... made six punts and averaged 37.3 yards per punt with a long of 52 yards and with three punts going inside the 20-yard line at No. 1 Oklahoma (10/22)... punted twice for 92 yards (46.0 avg.) with one punt going inside the 20-yard line against No. 17 Kansas State (10/15)... notched three punts for 124 yards (41.3 avg) with one punt going inside the 20-yard line against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8)... punted five times for 186 yards (37.2 avg.) with a long of 52 yards at Kansas (10/1)... recorded three punts for an average of 41.3 yards per punt (124 total yards) with three going inside the 20-yard line against Nevada (9/24)... tallied just one punt for 38 yards at New Mexico (9/17)... made five punts - two going inside the 20-yard line - for an average of 29.8 yards per punt against Texas State (9/3) in the season opener. 2010 Redshirt season. 2009 Averaged 44.5 yards per punt on two punts against Michigan State ... pinned Baylor inside their 10 on one of three punts ... best game since Houston earlier in the year with 46.0 average on four punts in win over Oklahoma ... two touchbacks ... had a career long of 55 ... averaged 43.0 yards on four punts ... third game over 40.0 yard average (UH, A&M) ... placed one inside the 20 ... pinned Kansas deep all day with five of seven punts fielded inside the 20 ... averaged 39.7 yards per punt, but kicked from short field much of the day ... punted three times for an average of 43.3 versus Texas A&M... averaged 36 yards per punt in the win at Nebraska ... had a long of 47 ... had one punt in the win over Kansas State, a 35-yard effort that pinned the Wildcats inside their own 20 ... punted four times against New Mexico for a 39.0 average, but was punting to a short field much of the time ... placed three punts inside the 20, including two inside UNM’s 5-yard line ... averaged 46.4 yards per punt in first full game at punter at Houston ... also recorded long punts of 50 and 54 yards ... placed four inside the 20 to pin Houston back ... punted four times in debut at Texas, placing one inside the 20. HIGH SCHOOL Lake Travis High School in Austin, Texas ... named all-state as a punter and defensive end ... member of the two-time state champions going 15-1 in 2007 and 16-0 in 2008 ... named team captain senior year and defensive most valuable player ... averaged 42.8 yards per punt and totaled 96 tackles his senior year ... coached by Chad Morris ... also involved in Fellowship of Christian Athletes. PERSONAL Ryan Erxleben ... born May 3, 1991, in Dallas, Texas ... son of Russell and Kim Erxleben ... father played for the University of Texas and later for the New Orleans Saints and Detroit Lions ... has two sisters, Erin and Lauren ... participated in football during high school ... hobbies include playing golf, exercising, wake surfing and sky diving ... an exercise and sports sciences major at Texas Tech. WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

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CAREER HIGHS Punts: ___________________________________ 9, vs. Iowa State (2011) Punt Average: ______________________________51.4, at Missouri (2011) Inside the 20: ________________________________ 5, vs. Kansas (2009) Long Punt: _________________________________ 59, at Missouri (2011) * Indicates most recent high CAREER STATISTICS PUNTING G 2009 11 2011 12 TOTAL 23

No. 43 57 100

Yards Lg 1756 55 2376 59 4132 59

Avg 40.8 41.7 41.3

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DE • 6-3 • 235 • Sophomore/1L Grand Prairie, Texas/South Grand Prairie

WR • 6-2 • 194 • Junior/2L Keller, Texas/Fossil Ridge

2011 Played in three games (0 starts) with two tackles (one solo), including a sack for a loss of six yards and one forced fumble… made one tackle (assisted) at New Mexico (9/17)… first career tackle was a sack for a loss of six yards in season opener against Texas State (9/3)… also forced a fumble in career debut against the Bobcats.

2011 Played in 10 games (0 starts) with five catches for 62 yards receiving… averaged 12.4 yards per reception and 6.2 yards receiving per contest… also added five tackles (three solo) on special teams… made one catch for two yards against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)… made a season-high three catches for a season-high 43 yards receiving at No. 1 Oklahoma (10/22)… caught one pass for 17 yards against No. 17 Kansas State (10/15)… tallied a season-high two tackles at Kansas (10/1)… made season debut in season opener against Texas State (9/3).

KINDRED EVANS

PERSONAL Kindred Duboise Evans… born December 8, 1992, in Fort Worth, Texas… son of Derrick Evans and Bridget Weathers… has three older brothers, Derrick, Kieth and Darrius… enjoys playing video games, basketball and watching television… a university studies major at Texas Tech. CAREER HIGHS Tackles: _______________________________ 1 2x, at New Mexico (2011)* Tackles For Loss: ____________________________ 1, at New Mexico (2011) Sacks: __________________________________ 1, at New Mexico (2011) Interceptions: _________________________________________ None INT Returned for Touchdowns: _______________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

2010 Played in 13 games (0 starts) primarily on special teams… made one reception for nine yards and contributed on special teams with four tackles (three solo) on the season… made first career reception for nine yards and made two tackles (both solo) against Houston (11/27)… made one tackle against Weber State (11/20)… notched first career tackle at Texas A&M (10/30)… made career debut in season-opener against SMU (9/5). 2009 Redshirt season HIGH SCHOOL Three-star (Rivals.com, Scout.com) wide receiver from Fossil Ridge High School in Keller, Texas ... PrepStar Top 250 All-American ... No. 28 wide receiver nationally, according to the Tom Lemming Recruiting Report ... No. 53 wide receiver in the country, per Rivals.com ... No. 58 overall player on the Rivals.com Texas Postseason Top 100 list ... No. 65 player on the Superprep Texas 111 ... tough player with great hands and outstanding route running abilities ... big target with very reliable hands ... caught 36 passes for 936 yards and eight touchdowns as a senior ... averaged 26.0 yards per catch ... totaled 1,031 yards and 15 touchdowns on 61 receptions in 2007 ... nominated for Jerry Rice Award, presented to the nation’s top high school receiver ... District 6-4A first team ... also received offers from Vanderbilt, Arizona, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Northwestern and Purdue ... High School Coach: Tony Baccarini. PERSONAL Aaron Fisher… born November 14, 1990, in Fort Worth, Texas… son of Alan and Janet Nadeau… enjoys spending time with friends and family and playing pool, ping-pong and watching UFC… a marketing major at Texas Tech. CAREER HIGHS Receptions: _________________________________3, at Oklahoma (2011) Yards: ____________________________________ 43, at Oklahoma (2011) Touchdowns: __________________________________________ None Longest Reception: ___________________________ 20, at Oklahoma (2011) All-Purpose Yards: ____________________________ 43, at Oklahoma (2011) Tackles: _____________________________________2, at Kansas (2011) Tackles For Loss: ________________________________________ None Sacks: ______________________________________________ None Interceptions: _________________________________________ None INT Returned for Touchdowns: _______________________________ None * Indicates most recent high CAREER STATISTICS RECEIVING G 2010 13 2011 10 TOTAL 23

Rec 1 5 6

Yds 9 62 71

TD 0 0 0

Lg 9 20 20

Rec/G 0.1 0.5 0.3

Avg/C 9.0 12.4 11.8

Avg/G 0.7 6.2 3.1

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HIGH SCHOOL South Grand Prairie High School in Grand Prairie, Texas… three-star prospect by Rivals, Scout and ESPN.com ... ranked as the No. 27 weak-side defensive end in the nation according to Rivals ... member of the Dave Campbell’s Texas Top 300 and a Top 25 defensive lineman ... PrepStar All-Midlands team ... named to Team NUC in the All-World Gridiron Classic ... First-Team All-District 5-5A... High School Coach: Robert Davies.

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OL • 6-4 • 279 • Junior/TR Tylertown, Miss./Tylertown/Mississippi GC

ATH • 5-8 • 193 • Junior/TR Riverside, Calif./J.W. North/Riverside CC

AT MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST Played two different positions during his career at MGCCC ... lined up at guard during his freshman season before switching over to tackle as a sophomore.

AT RIVERSIDE CC Unanimous First-Team All-National Division East Conference selection as a punt returner in 2011 ... helped lead his team to a perfect 11-0 season and a win over Saddleback in the Golden State Bowl ... ended his career at Riverside with a 21-1 record in two seasons ... as a punt returner, he compiled 24 returns for a 13.4 average and scored one touchdown ... also added 22 kick returns for a 28.5 return average ... as a wide receiver he caught 56 passes for 750 yards and scored 12 touchdowns.

HIGH SCHOOL Tylertown High School in Tylertown, Miss… played for Brett Beard and Pat King. PERSONAL Alcus “Rashad” Fortenberry… born December 28, 1990, in Tylertown, Miss… son of Tyrone Holmes and Wander Fortenberry… has three younger sibliings, Bendrick Fortenberry, Porsha Taylor and Tyreion Holmes… a university studies major at Texas Tech.

HIGH SCHOOL John W. North High School in Riverside, Calif… also competed in track while in high school. PERSONAL SaDale Foster… born September 2, 1992 in Long Beach, Calif… son of Cedric and Ritza Foster… has three siblings, Cedric, Jr., Denzel and Tiffany… a university studies major at Texas Tech.

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CB • 5-10 • 187 • Freshman/RS Irving, Texas/Nimitz

KRAMER FYFE

J.J. GAINES

2011 Redshirt season.

2010 Redshirt season.

HIGH SCHOOL Nimitz High School in Irving, Texas… three-star prospect by Rivals, Scout and ESPN.com ... member of Dave Campbell’s Top 300 ... as a senior he posted 31 total tackles (19 solo and 12 assisted) ... notched three interceptions, two blocked field goals, three pass deflections and one fumble recovery ... 51 receptions for 762 receiving yards and nine touchdowns ... rushed for 192 yards on 28 carries and one touchdown ... earned first team all-district and second team all-state as a senior… logged seven returns for 130 yards ... as a junior he was an all-district quarterback and passed for 1,483 yards and eight touchdowns while rushing for 647 yards and three TD’s… also participated in track and field… High School Coach: Steven Hohenberger.

HIGH SCHOOL Played football and soccer at Lake Travis … member of back-to-back state championship teams … named first team all-state and first team all-district in football … all-state in soccer as well. PERSONAL Kramer Fyfe … born March 9, 1992 in Austin, Texas … born to Taylor and Pam Fyfe … has three brothers … brother Tanner plays soccer at Houston Baptist … a mechanical engineering major at Texas Tech.

PERSONAL J.J. Gaines… born May 26, 1993, in Dallas, Texas… son of Michael McCuis and Taraney Ephraim… has an older brother, Ty, and an older sister, Jasmyn… a university studies major at Texas Tech.

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JAKEEM GRANT

OL • 6-3 • 321 • Senior/3L North Richland Hills, Texas/Richland

2011 Played in 12 games (12 starts) with 11 starts at right guard and one start at center (vs. Iowa State) on the offensive line... finished season making 25 consecutive starts dating back to the start of the 2010 season. 2010 Played in 13 games (13 starts) all at right guard on the offensive line... made first career start at right guard in season-opener against SMU (9/5). 2009 Played in nine games during the season ... a key backup for the offensive line with a lot of talent. 2008 Scout team member ... redshirt season HIGH SCHOOL A decorated offensive lineman who received first-team All-District 5-5A and second-team All-State Class 5A honors following senior season at Richland, despite it being just his first on the offensive side of the ball ... chosen as one of 88 players nationally to be invited to the annual Offense-Defense All-American Bowl, and started the game at right tackle for the West team ... a second-team all-area selection on the Fort Worth Star-Telegram’s Super Team for 2007 ... also a Dallas Morning News All-Area second-team selection, rated the No. 2 offensive lineman and No. 24 overall player in the area by the publication ... one of seven offensive linemen to be named to the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal’s `Fabulous 44’ ... given a three-star rating and ranked as the No. 24 guard prospect in the country by Rivals.com ... appears as the No. 65 overall player on Rivals’Texas Top 100 for 2008 ... a three-star prospect according to Scout.com, listed as the No. 32 offensive guard in the nation ... listed as the No. 64 overall recruit in the state on SuperPrep’s `Texas 110 for 2008’ ... boasts a reported bench press of 400 pounds and a squat of 600 ... contributed as a member of the Richland varsity basketball team following his final football season ... chose Tech over Arizona, Iowa State, Oklahoma State, Purdue, Utah and Washington State. PERSONAL Deveric Gallington ... born on May 6, 1990 in Amarillo, Texas ... son of Frank and Tajuana Moriango ... has three siblings, Keyia, Lia and Leon ... enjoys weight lifting, video games, cooking and playing basketball ... a human sciences major at Texas Tech.

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IR • 5-6 • 163 • Freshman/RS Mesquite, Texas/Mesquite Horn

2011 Redshirt season. HIGH SCHOOL Mesquite Horn High School in Mesquite, Texas… three-star prospect by Rivals and ESPN. com ... was a First-Team Dallas Morning News SportsDay All-Area selection ... PrepStar All-Midlands team ... as a senior he posted 516 rushing yards on 66 carries and nine touchdowns ... logged 1,306 receiving yards on 79 receptions and hauled in 13 touchdown catches… earned all-state honors in both football and track and field… High School Coach: Rodney Webb. PERSONAL Jakeem Grant… born October 30, 1992, in Athens, Texas… son of Keith Grant and Sylvia Whittaker… has two brothers… enjoys working out and playing basketball… a university studies major at Texas Tech.

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SUMMITT HOGUE

HIGH SCHOOL Frenship High School in Wolfforth, Texas… High School Coach: Brad Davis. PERSONAL Summit Alan Hogue… born January 8, 1993… son of Brent and Sherri Hogue ... an agricultural communications major at Texas Tech.

2011 Played in 12 games (12 starts) with 42 tackles (29 solo) while making 5.0 tackles for a loss (loss of 10 yards), 1.5 sacks, forced one fumble, broke up three passes and had three quarterback hurries... fifth on the team in tackles... had six games making at least five tackles... made five tackles (three solo) against No. 18 Baylor at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington (11/26)... had six tackles (two solo) with 0.5 credited with a sack at Missouri (11/19)... posted two tackles (both solo) with one tackle for a loss with a pass breakup and a quarterback hurry against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)... notched five tackles (one solo) at No. 25 Texas (11/5)... joined teammate Alex Torres as a captain for game against the Longhorns... tallied five tackles (all solo) with 1.0 tackles for a loss against Iowa State (10/29)... made two tackles (both solo) at No. 1 Oklahoma (10/22)... collected two tackles (both solo) against No. 17 Kansas State (10/15)... made one tackle (solo) against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8)... tallied seven tackles (four solo) with 0.5 tackles for a loss at Kansas (10/1)... made five tackles (all solo) with two tackles for a loss of seven yards, including one sack against Nevada (9/24)... notched two tackles (both solo), broke up one pass and forced one fumble at New Mexico (9/17)... made season debut with one quarterback hurry in season opener against Texas State (9/3). 2010 Played in 11 games (3 starts) making 13 tackles (six solo) with 3.5 tackles for a loss of 17 yards, two sacks and broke up two passes, forced two fumbles and had two quarterback hurries on the season... made two tackles (one solo) and posted 1.5 tackles for a loss with one quarterback hurry against Northwestern in the TicketCity Bowl (1/1) at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas... broke up one pass against Houston (11/27)... collected two tackles (both solo) with one sack for a loss of 10 yards, broke up one pass and forced a fumble against Weber State (11/20)... made three tackles (one solo) and forced one fumble at Texas A&M (10/30)... recorded first career sack (six-yard loss) and had four tackles (one solo) at New Mexico (9/11)...made career debut with a tackle (solo) on SMU’s (9/5) second drive of the game during the season opener. 2009 Redshirt season HIGH SCHOOL Three-star (Rivals.com, Scout.com) defensive end from Lyndon B. Johnson High School in Austin, Texas ... PrepStar All-Midlands Region ... No. 40 defensive end nationally, per Scout. com ... No. 52 defensive end nationally, according to Rivals.com ... tough, imposing presence ... good short area quickness and explodes to the ball ... Class 4A All-State second team ... possesses good size, athleticism and plays aggressive ... senior season was first at defensive end ... totaled over 100 tackles for the second-straight season ... had 153 tackles and five sacks as a junior and showed his athleticism with two interceptions ... clocked at 4.6 in the 40 ... also received offers from Utah, Toledo, Cincinnati, Iowa State, Minnesota and New Mexico ... High School Coach: Demo Odems. PERSONAL Kerry Hyder Jr. ... born May 2, 1991, in Austin, Texas ... Kerry Hyder and Jacqueline Nash ... has five siblings ... cousin, Chris Houston, plays for the Detroit Lions ... a university studies major at Texas Tech. CAREER HIGHS Tackles ______________________________________7, at Kansas (2011) Tackles For Loss _______________________________ 2, vs. Nevada (2011) Sacks ___________________________________ 1 3x, vs. Nevada (2011)* Interceptions __________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered ______________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high CAREER STATISTICS TACKLES G UA A Total TFL Yds PD FF FR Blkd 2010 11 6 7 13 3.5 17 2 2 0 0 2011 12 29 13 42 5.0 10 3 1 0 0 TOTAL 23 35 20 55 8.5 27 5 3 0 0 WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

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LB • 6-4 • 251 • Freshman/RS McKeesport, Pa./McKeesport

2011 Redshirt season. HIGH SCHOOL McKeesport Area High School in McKeesport, Va… four-star prospect by Scout ... three-star by Rivals and ESPN.com ... ranked by Rivals as the No. 29 strongside defensive end nationally ... ranked by Scout as the No. 9 outside linebacker in the nation ... tabbed by ESPN.com as the No. 40 outside linebacker ... PrepStar All-East team ... No. 13 on Superprep Pennsylvania 32 ... No. 51 Superprep All-America Defensive Lineman ... led team to league championship… named first team all-conference… two-sport star at McKeesport High School as he averages 11 points per-game on the hardwood… High School Coach: Troy Blackwell. PERSONAL Branden Maurice Jackson… born November 11, 1992, in McKeesport, Pa… son of Bryant Boyd and Tonya Boma… has two older brothers, Ross and Bryant, and a younger sister, Tiffinique… enjoys going to church and playing basketball… a university studies major at Texas Tech.

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S • 6-0 • 198 • Senior/3L Austin, Texas/St. Stephen’s Episcopal

2011 All-Big 12 Midseason second team (Phil Steele)... NCAA RANKINGS: tied for 34th in solo tackles (83)... tied for 37th in solo tackles per game (5.1)... BIG 12 RANKINGS: tied for fourth in forced fumbles (3)... tied for eighth in solo tackles (61)... tied for 16th in tackles per game (6.9)... played in 12 games (12 starts) with 83 tackles (61 solo), led the team with two interceptions (40 yards of INT return), made 0.5 tackles for a loss, broke up three passes, forced three fumbles and recovered one fumble... second on the team in tackles... made double-figure tackles on three occasions... made at least eight tackles in a game six times... became first Red Raider since 2008 (Darcel McBath) to lead the team in interceptions and rank in the top two on the team in tackles... made 12 tackles (eight solo) and forced two fumbles against No. 18 Baylor at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington (11/26)... collected six tackles (one solo) with 0.5 tackles for a loss at Missouri (11/19)... made eight tackles (seven solo) against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)... second on the team with 10 tackles (six solo) at No. 25 Texas (11/5)... notched four tackles (two solo) against Iowa State (10/29)... recorded five tackles (three solo) and forced one fumble at No. 1 Oklahoma (10/22)... made three tackles (all solo) against No. 17 Kansas State (10/15)... led team with nine tackles (all solo) and broke up three passes against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8)... made three tackles (one solo) with two interceptions (40 return yards) at Kansas (10/1)... interceptions came on back-toback Kansas possessions in the second quarter... first Red Raider with two interceptions in a game since Jarvis Phillips posted two against No. 4 Texas in 2010... tied with four other league players with the most interceptions in a single-game by a Big 12 player... led team making 13 tackles (11 solo) against Nevada (9/24)... posted 10 tackles during the first half marking the most tackles by a Red Raider in the first half since Marlon Williams also made 10 at Texas A&M on Oct. 10, 2008... marked the most tackles by a Red Raider since Bront Bird tallied 14 (13 solo) against Oklahoma State on Oct. 16, 2010... recovered one fumble and made a tackle (solo) at New Mexico (9/17)... made season debut leading team with nine tackles (all solo) against Texas State (9/3). 2010 Named All-Big 12 honorable mention (Coaches)... NCAA RANKINGS: tied for 87th in interceptions (3)... BIG 12 RANKINGS: tied for 10th in interceptions (3)... played in 12 games (8 starts) making 43 tackles (37 solo) with three interceptions, two tackles for a loss of four yards and broke up four passes on the season... broke up one pass against Northwestern in the TicketCity Bowl (1/1) at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas... made three tackles (all solo) and intercepted Houston quarterback David Piland in the fourth quarter with 1:49 on the clock and returned the interception 33 yards (11/27)... tallied two tackles (both solo) against Weber State (11/20)... made three tackles (all solo) at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13)... posted four tackles (two solo) at Texas A&M (10/30)... collected six tackles (all solo) at Colorado (10/23)... finished with five tackles (all solo), broke up two passes and intercepted Oklahoma State (10/16) quarterback Brandon Weeden in the third quarter with 3:55 on the clock... had two tackles (both solo) and made one tackle for a loss of one yard against Baylor at the Cotton Bowl (10/9)... made two tackles (one solo) at Iowa State (10/2)... had a career-high seven tackles (six solo) and marked first career tackle for a loss against No. 4 Texas (9/18)... made six tackles (four solo) at New Mexico (9/11)...intercepted SMU quarterback Kyle Padron in the third quarter with 7:42 on the clock during season opener (9/5)... recorded three tackles (all solo) and broke up one pass. 2009 Played in 12 games on the season ... posted five tackles twice ... tallied 14 total tackles on the year ... first career interception came at Texas ... posted six pass breakups. HIGH SCHOOL Three-star (Rivals.com, Scout.com) athlete from St. Stephen’s Episcopal School in Austin, Texas ... No. 69 cornerback nationally, per Scout.com ... PrepStar All-Midlands Region ... clocked at 4.4 in the 40 ... rushed for 1,445 yards and 18 touchdowns on 174 carries as a senior and also threw for 1,053 yards and eight touchdowns ... multi-talented player also rushed for 20 touchdowns as a junior and threw for 10 more ... finished high school career with more than 4,000 rushing yards and 46 scores, while passing for more than 2,100 yards

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and 25 touchdowns ... averaged over 9.0 yards per carry in high school ... also offered by Marshall ... will likely be a cornerback at Tech ... High School Coach: George Kirk. PERSONAL D.J. Johnson ... born April 7, 1990, in Austin, Texas ... son of Darnell Johnson and Keisha Mitchell ... has two siblings ... a psychology major at Texas Tech.

URELL JOHNSON

CAREER HIGHS Tackles: ___________________________________ 13, vs. Nevada (2011) Tackles For Loss: _____________________________ 1 2x, vs. Baylor (2010)* Sacks: ______________________________________________ None Interceptions: _________________________________2, at Kansas (2011) Fumbles Recovered: _________________________ 1, at New Mexico (2011) * Indicates most recent high

CB • 5-11 • 181 • Sophomore/SQ New Orleans, La./O. Perry Walker

UA 37 61 98

A 6 22 28

Total 43 83 126

INTERCEPTIONS 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 12 12 24

No. 3 2 5

Yds 44 40 84

TFL 2.0 0.5 2.5 TD 0 0 0

Yds 4 1 5 Lg 33 24 33

PD 7 5 12

FF 0 3 3

Avg/R 14.7 20.0 16.8

Avg/G 3.7 3.3 3.5

FR 0 1 1

Blkd 0 0 0

2010 Redshirt season. HIGH SCHOOL Rated the No. 55 defensive back nationally (ESPN), despite being sidelined with an injury last season … listed No. 30 on the Louisiana Postseason Top 50 (Rivals) … SuperPrep ranks him the No. 38 overall player in Louisiana … won both indoor and outdoor state championships in the long jump as a junior. PERSONAL Urell Johnson … born February 7, 1991 in New Orleans, La. … son of Russell Johnson and Sharon Swayne … has one sister and one brother … is a cousin to NFL receiver Craig “Buster” Davis … a university studies major at Texas Tech.

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OL • 6-4 • 255 • Freshman/HS Altair, Texas/Altair Rice

WR • 6-3 • 205 • Senior/1L Lawton, Okla./Lawton/Butler CC

HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from high school one semester early and enrolled at Texas Tech in January 2012 ... a three-star prospect by both Rivals .... Rivals lists him as the No. 5 center prospect in the nation ... ESPN.com ranks him as the No. 8 center prospect ... a 2010 Class AA All-State Selection.

2011 Played in 11 games (zero starts) with 12 receptions for 182 yards... averaged 15.2 yards per catch and 16.5 yards per contest... 15.2 yards per catch is the best by a Texas Tech player (with at least 10 REC) since 2008 (Edward Britton, 16.5 avg. - 35 catches/577 yards)... posted one catch for five yards against No. 18 Baylor at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington (11/26)... made one catch for six yards at Missouri (11/19)... caught one pass for 35 yards against Iowa State (10/29)... tallied three catches for 75 yards at No. 1 Oklahoma (10/22)... made three catches for 25 yards against No. 17 Kansas State (10/15)... caught one pass for 17 yards against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8)... made one catch for 12 yards at Kansas (10/1)... caught first career pass for seven yards against Nevada (9/24)... made career debut in season opener against Texas State (9/3).

PERSONAL Jared Kaster… born October 5, 1993 in Houston, Texas… son of Ernie and Brenda Kaster… a human sciences major at Texas Tech.

BUTLER COMMUNITY COLLEGE Butler Community College in El Dorado, Kan… four-star prospect by Rivals ... one of the top junior college wide receivers in the country with an excellent vertical leap ... led team with 45 receptions and 893 receiving yards ... averaged 74.4 yards per-game and 19.8 yards per-catch ... piled up 13 touchdown receptions and led the team in scoring with 80 points ... was a First-Team All-Jayhawk Conference selection ... Second-Team NJCAA All-America… No. 12 on the Superprep JUCO Top 100… Head Coach: Troy Morrell. HIGH SCHOOL Lawton High School in Lawton, Okla… named Old Spice Player of the Year… caught the most touchdowns in Class 6A as a senior with 13… also recorded 638 receiving yards… tabbed all-state as a senior… participated in the Oil Bowl (Oklahoma vs. Texas)… earned academic honor roll status… also participated in basketball as a prep… High School Coach: Randy Breeze. PERSONAL Marcus Terrill Kennard… born October 16, 1990, in Los Angeles, Calif… son of Anthony and Erin Kennard… has two older brothers, Brandon and Antony, and a younger sister, Taneka… brother, Brandon, played college football at Langston University… enjoys hanging out with friends… a university studies major at Texas Tech. CAREER HIGHS Receptions: ______________________________ 3 2x, at Oklahoma (2011)* Yards: ___________________________________ 75, vs. Oklahoma (2011) Touchdowns: __________________________________________ None Longest Reception: __________________________ 40, vs. Oklahoma (2011) All-Purpose Yards: ___________________________ 75, vs. Oklahoma (2011) * Indicates most recent high

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DE • 6-1 • 248 • Junior/2L Longview, Texas/Longview

DL • 6-5 • 255 • Senior/1L Wilmington, Del./Hargrave Military/Hinds CC

2011 Played in four games (0 starts) primarily on special teams… played in games against No. 18 Baylor (11/26) at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12) and Nevada (9/24) and made season debut in season opener against Texas State (9/3).

2011 - Played in 10 games (6 starts) with 28 tackles (20 solo) with 3.0 tackles for a loss (loss of six yards) with one forced fumble... made multiple tackles in eight of 10 games played... collected four tackles (three solo) against No. 18 Baylor at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington (11/26)... made two tackles (both assisted) at Missouri (11/19)... recorded two tackles (one solo) and forced one fumble against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)... made three tackles (two solo) at No. 25 Texas (11/5)... recorded six tackles (four solo) with one tackle for a loss against Iowa State (10/29)... made one tackle (solo and for a loss) against No. 17 Kansas State (10/15)... made two tackles (both solo) against Texas A&M (10/8)... recorded one tackle for a loss of four yards and notched four tackles (three solo) at Kansas (10/1)... made career debut while making first career start at right end and tallied four tackles (all solo) in season opener against Texas State (9/3).

CHRIS KNIGHTON

2009 Redshirt season HIGH SCHOOL Defensive end from Longview High School in Longview, Texas ... also recruited by Louisiana Tech, Louisiana-Monroe, UTEP and North Texas ... helped lead LHS to a 13-3 record in 2008 and a state runner-up finish ... 90 tackles, nine sacks and an interception during senior season ... Class 4A All-State first team by the Texas Sports Writers Association and second team honors by the Associated Press ... High School Coach: John King. PERSONAL Christopher Knighton ... born April 17, 1991 ... son of Thomas Knighton and Lisa Knighton ... has three siblings ... a business major at Texas Tech.

HINDS COMMUNITY COLLEGE Hinds Community College in Raymond, Miss… four-star prospect by Rivals .... Three-star by Scout ... No. 8 on Superprep JUCO Top 100… first team all-conference… played in nine games with 47 tackles (36 solo), 15.5 tackles for a loss of 53 yards, 4.5 sacks for a loss of 19 yards and forced one fumble… Head Coach: Gene Murphy. HIGH SCHOOL Hargrave Military Academy in Chatham, Del… Head Coach: Robert Prunty. PERSONAL Leon Mackey… born February 28, 1989… son of Angelia Ross… has a brother, Gary Smith, and a sister, Makeda… related to former Auburn defensive end Javor Mills, who played collegiately at Auburn… enjoys playing chess and working out… a university studies major at Texas Tech. CAREER HIGHS Tackles: __________________________________ 6, vs. Iowa State (2011) Tackles For Loss: __________________________ 1 3x, vs. Iowa State (2011)* Sacks: ______________________________________________ None Interceptions: _________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered: _____________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

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2010 Played in one game (0 starts) on the season… made career debut against Weber State (11/20).

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ATH • 5-10 • 195 • Sophomore/1L Odessa, Texas/Odessa

CB • 5-10 • 180 • Junior/2L Killeen, Texas/Shoemaker

2011 Played in 12 games (4 starts) with 25 receptions for 240 yards with one receiving touchdown... averaged 9.6 yards per catch and 20 yards receiving per game... second on the team with 168 kick return yards on nine returns (18.7 avg.)... caught at least one pass in 11 of 12 games played... finished the season making at least one reception in six consecutive Big 12 games... made two catches for 10 yards and returned four kickoffs for 76 yards against No. 18 Baylor at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington (11/26)... caught four passes for 47 yards and also rushed twice and tallied a rushing touchdown at Missouri (11/19)... made four catches for 23 yards against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)... caught three passes for 24 yards at No. 25 Texas (11/5)... made two receptions for 14 yards against Iowa State (10/29)... caught one pass and made one rushing attempt out of the Wildcat formation at No. 1 Oklahoma (10/22)... returned three kickoffs for 58 yards (19.3 avg.) against No. 17 Kansas State (10/15)... caught a 37-yard pass against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8)... made four catches for 55 yards at Kansas (10/1)... caught one pass for six yards against Nevada (9/24)... recorded two receptions for 15 yards at New Mexico (9/17)... had a memorable career debut making a diving, 10-yard touchdown catch from quarterback Seth Doege with less than a minute remaining in the first quarter of the season opener against Texas State (9/3)... became the first Texas Tech true freshman wide receiver to score a touchdown in season opener in over 17 years.

2011 Played in 10 games (5 starts) with 20 tackles (16 solo) with 1.0 tackle for a loss (loss of two yards) and broke up one pass... posted four tackles (three solo) against No. 18 Baylor at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington (11/26)... made two tackles (both assisted) at Missouri (11/19)... collected one tackle (solo) against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)... notched five tackles (four solo), including one for a loss of two yards at No. 25 Texas (11/5)... recorded four tackles (all solo) against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8)... made three tackles (all solo) against Nevada (9/24)... broke up one pass at New Mexico (9/17)... made season debut making one tackle (solo) in season opener against Texas State (9/3).

HIGH SCHOOL Odessa High School in Odessa, Texas… four-star prospect by Scout ... three-star by Rivals ... one of the premier running backs in the state with a No. 29 national ranking according to Rivals ... Dave Campbell’s Top 300 Players ...PrepStar All-American ... turned heads all across the state during senior year with eye catching stats such as 2,210 rushing yards and 29 touchdowns ... averaged 9.6 yards per-carry over a total of 231 attempts ... rushed for 1,743 as a sophomore ... became school’s all-time leading rusher, passing Bryon Townsend with 3,250 career rushing yards ... led team to Bi-District titles in 2008 and 2009… District 2-5A champions in 2009… two-time All-State selection in football and a state qualifier in track and field in 2011 (long jump) and a regional qualifier in track in 2009 and 2011… a two-sport athlete who has generated a lot of attention for his baseball talents ... selected by the New York Mets in the 2011 Major League Baseball First-Year Players Draft in the 16th round (Outfielder) with the No. 492 overall selection… High School Coach: Ron King. PERSONAL Bradley Jerrill Marquez… born December 14, 1992, in Odessa, Texas… son of Veronica Marquez… enjoys playing video games, sports and hanging out with family and friends… an exercise and sports science major at Texas Tech. CAREER HIGHS Receptions: _______________________________ 4 3x, at Missouri (2011)* Yards: _____________________________________ 55, at Kanasas (2011) Touchdowns: _______________________________1, vs. Texas State (2011) Longest Reception: __________________________ 37, vs. Texas A&M (2011) Kickoff Returns: _______________________________ 4, vs. Baylor (2011) Kickoff Return Yards: ____________________________76, vs. Baylor (2011) All-Purpose Yards: ______________________________86, vs. Baylor (2011) * Indicates most recent high

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2010 Played in eight games (2 starts) making 11 tackles (eight solo) and broke up two passes on the season… made three tackles (one solo) against Northwestern in the TicketCity Bowl (1/1) at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas… made first career start at right corner and recorded a season-high five tackles (all solo) and broke up one pass against Houston (11/27)… tallied first career tackle and finished with three tackles (two solo) and broke up one pass against Weber State (11/20)… made career debut in season-opener against SMU (9/5). 2009 Redshirt season. HIGH SCHOOL Shoemaker High School in Killeen, Texas ... PrepStar All-Midlands Region ... clocked at 4.4 in the 40 ... caught 18 passes for 422 yards and four touchdowns in 2007 ... averaged 23.4 yards per catch ... won Region II Class 5A 200M run with a time of 21.09 as a junior ... also received an offer from UTEP ... High School Coach: Ken Gray. PERSONAL Derrick Mays Jr. ... born November 27, 1990, in Missouri ... son of Derrick Mays Sr. and Wanda Mays ... has one brother … a human sciences major at Texas Tech. CAREER HIGHS Tackles: ___________________________________ 5 2x, at Texas (2011)* Tackles For Loss: _________________________________1, at Texas (2011) Sacks: ______________________________________________ None Interceptions: _________________________________________ None INT Returned for Touchdowns: _______________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

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ATH • 5-8 • 163 • Junior/2L Lakeland, Fla./Lakeland

2011 Played 12 games (12 starts) with three starts at center and nine starts at right tackle on the offensive line.

2012 – TRACK & FIELD Earned second team All-American honors in the 4x100 relay during the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships… the team ran a time of 39.92 in the preliminaries of the 4x100 to finish 15th overall... he ran the first leg of the relay during the second half of season and helped the team qualify for the NCAA Championships after recording a time of 39.76 at the NCAA West Preliminaries in Austin.

TERRY McDANIEL

2009 Played in six games while making four starts ... suffered season ending injury at Nebraska after a solid start. 2008 Redshirt season. HIGH SCHOOL A massive high school prospect with rare versatility ... named first-team All-District 18-2A as both an offensive and defensive linemen following senior season at New Diana ... earned Associated Press second-team Class 2A All-State honors after totaling an impressive 72 pancakes and 43 knockdowns on offense and adding 96 tackles on defense during final prep campaign ... noted for not having given up a sack during high school career in what amounted to more than 430 pass attempts ... tallied 306 tackles, including 45 for loss, and 10 sacks over the course of three varsity seasons for the Eagles ... a second-team All-State selection on the offensive line following junior season ... named first-team All-East Texas by the Longview News-Journal on both offense and defense following junior and senior seasons ... chosen to the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal’s `Top 100’ for 2008 ... regarded as a three-star player and listed as the No. 71 offensive tackle in the nation by Rivals.com ... ranked as the No. 36 offensive tackle prospect in the country by the ESPN Scouts Inc. ...also received a three-star rating from Scout.com and is ranked by the recruiting service as the No. 55 tackle nationally ... attended Texas Tech Football Camp prior to senior year ... chose Tech over Arizona, Colorado, Kansas State, LSU and Oklahoma State. PERSONAL Terry McDaniel ... born on August 2, 1989 in Shawnee, Okla. ... son of Russell and Kim McDaniel ... father is a the head football coach and athletics director at New Diana and a graduate of Southeastern Oklahoma ... mother is a seventh grade science teacher and also a graduate of Southeastern Oklahoma ... has one sister, Lauren ... pursuing a master’s degree in interdisciplinary studies at Texas Tech.

2011 All-Big 12 second team (Rivals.com)... All-Big 12 Midseason first team (Phil Steele)... Big 12 Conference Special Teams Player of the Week (9/26)... NCAA RANKINGS: ranked 37th in kickoff return average (25.0)... BIG 12 RANKINGS: ranked fifth in kickoff return average (25.0)... TEXAS TECH RECORD BOOK: ranks fifth on Tech career kickoff return yardage list (977)... ranks seventh on Tech career kickoff return list (40)... ranks second on Tech singleseason kickoff yardage list (899)... ranks second on Tech single-season kickoff return list (36)... recorded over 100 all-purpose yards in four games... notched over 100 kick-return yards in four contests... made six kickoff returns for 180 yards against No. 18 Baylor at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington (11/26)... made two kickoff returns for 20 yards against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)... returned five kickoffs for 89 yards against Iowa State (10/29)... made four kick returns for 79 yards (41 long) at No. 1 Oklahoma (10/22)... caught one pass for 14 yards and returned one kickoff for 14 yards against No. 17 Kansas State (10/15)... made three kick returns for 118 yards (long 47) against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8)... made five kick returns for 109 yards (long 29) at Kansas (10/1)... set a school record with 203 kickoff return yards and tied a school record with seven kickoff returns against Nevada (9/24)... seven kick returns tied for the most by a Big 12 player in a game this season... best return came in the fourth quarter with 4:50 on the clock with a 41-yard return that led to the game-winning touchdown with 36 seconds left to go up 35-34, which was the final score... kickoffs for 56 yards (long 37) while catching one pass and rushing once for nine yards at New Mexico (9/17)... made one kick return for 31 yards in season opener against Texas State (9/3). 2010 Played in 12 games (0 starts) rushing 22 times for 149 yards (6.8 avg.) with two rushing touchdowns during the season... also caught two passes for seven yards and returned four kickoffs for 78 yards (19.5 avg.)... contributed in several roles during bowl game with one carry for five yards, one reception for six yards and returned two kickoffs for 49 yards (24.5 avg.) against Northwestern in the TicketCity Bowl (1/1) at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas... scored a pair of rushing touchdowns - first and second of career - on eight carries for 76 yards (9.5 avg.) against Weber State (11/20)... first career touchdown was a one-yard run with 12:02 left in the fourth quarter... second touchdown was a 39-yard run with 7:16 left in the fourth quarter... rushed seven times for 31 yards at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13)... made one carry for nine yards against No. 14 Missouri (11/6)... carried twice for 13 yards at Colorado (10/23)... made one rush for three yards against Baylor at the Cotton Bowl (10/9)... made one rush for four yards at New Mexico (9/11)... made career debut rushing once for eight yards against SMU (9/3) during season opener. HIGH SCHOOL Helped lead Lakeland High to the Class 5A state semifinals … played running back, receiver, cornerback and returned kicks during high school career … rushed 99 times for 872 yards and five touchdowns … also caught three passes for 101 yards and three score and average 52.3 yards on three kickoff returns … returned one kick for a TD. PERSONAL Benjamin McRoy … born January 7, 1991 in Bartow, Fla. … son of Benjamin and Suzette McRoy … has one brother, Javares, and two sisters, Cierra and Martisha … a university studies major at Texas Tech.

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2010 Played in three games (0 starts) on the offensive line... made season debut at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13).

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CAREER HIGHS Rushes: _________________________________ 8, vs. Weber State (2010) Rushing Yards: ____________________________ 76, vs. Weber State (2010) Rushing Touchdowns: ________________________ 2, vs. Weber State (2010) Receptions: ____________________________ 1 4x, vs. Kansas State (2011)* Receiving Yards: ___________________________ 14, vs. Kansas State (2011) Receiving Touchdowns: ___________________________________ None Total Touchdowns: __________________________ 2, vs. Weber State (2010) Longest Rush: ____________________________ 39, vs. Weber State (2010) Longest Reception: _______________________________1, vs. SMU (2010) Kickoff Returns: _______________________________ 7, vs. Nevada (2011) Kickoff Return Yards: __________________________ 203, vs. Nevada (2011) All-Purpose Yards: ____________________________ 203, vs. Nevada (2011) * Indicates most recent high

JAVARES McROY

IR • 5-7 • 166 • Freshman/RS Lakeland, Fla./Lakeland

2011 Redshirt season. HIGH SCHOOL Lakeland High School in Lakeland, Fla.… four-star prospect according to Scout.com... Firstteam All-State wide receiver for 5A classification during junior year... averaged 20 yards-percatch... listed as the No. 28 wide receiver in the nation by Rivals.com... in sophomore year posted a 10.65 100-meter time at the FHSAA 4A Regional Track meet... transferred to Texas Tech after enrolling at Florida in January of 2011… graduated high school in December of 2010... High School Coach: Bill Castle. PERSONAL Javares Dontae McRoy… born December 21, 1991… son of Suzette McRoy… older brother, Ben, also plays football at Texas Tech ... a university studies major at Texas Tech.

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14 DARRIN MOORE

WR • 6-4 • 220 • Senior/2L Irving, Texas/McArthur/Blinn College

PERSONAL Darrin Moore… born January 20, 1990, in Kokomo, Ind… son of Darrin Moore and Stacey Moore… has an older brother, Chris, and a younger sister, Kandace… enjoys playing video games, eating and hanging out with friends… a human sciences major at Texas Tech. CAREER HIGHS Receptions: _______________________________ 12, vs. Texas State (2011) Yards: __________________________________ 221, vs. Texas State (2011) Touchdowns: ______________________________ 3, at New Mexico (2011) Longest Reception: __________________________56, at New Mexico (2011) All-Purpose Yards: __________________________ 221, vs. Texas State (2011) * Indicates most recent high CAREER STATISTICS RECEIVING G 2010 12 2011 9 TOTAL 21

Rec 15 47 62

Yds 117 571 688

TD 1 8 9

Lg 19 56 56

Rec/G 1.2 5.2 3.0

Avg/C 7.8 12.1 11.1

Avg/G 9.8 63.4 32.8

2010 Played in 12 games (1 start) making 15 receptions for 117 yards receiving (7.8 avg.) with one touchdown on the season… was one of 10 Tech receivers with double-figure receptions… caught two passes for two yards against Northwestern in the TicketCity Bowl (1/1) at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas… marked season-highs with four catches for 51 yards receiving against Weber State (11/20)… made two receptions for eight yards, including first career touchdown catch for three yards from WR Detron Lewis at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13)… marked the first passing touchdown by non-Texas Tech quarterback in over 15 years… notched one catch for seven yards against No. 14 Missouri (11/6)… made two catches for 26 yards at Texas A&M (10/30)… made first career start at wide receiver and caught a one-yard pass at Colorado (10/23)… made one catch for two yards at Iowa State (10/2)… made first career catch at New Mexico (9/11) while finishing with two grabs for 10 yards… made career debut in season-opener against SMU (9/5). JUNIOR COLLEGE Blinn Junior College… helped lead team to NJCAA National Championship in 2009… made 35 catches for 537 yards with five touchdowns as a freshman… teammates with Heisman Trophy winner QB Cam Newton. HIGH SCHOOL MacArthur High School in Irving, Texas… played for head coach Brian Basil and assistant coach David Beaty… recorded 1,012 receiving yards and caught 10 touchdown passes as a senior… named first team all-conference as a senior.

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2011 Biletnikoff Award Watch List (Nation’s Top WR)... BIG 12 RANKINGS: ninth in receptions/game (5.2)... tied for ninth in 100-yard receiving games (2)... 10th in receiving yards per game (63.4)... played in 9 games (6 starts) with 47 receptions for 571 yards with eight receiving touchdowns... averaged 12.1 yards per catch and 63.4 yards per contest... ranked second on the team in receiving touchdowns, third in receptions and third in receiving yards... posted two 100-yard performances... tallied two multiple receiving touchdown games... made six catches for 74 yards and caught two touchdown passes against No. 18 Baylor at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington (11/26)... led team with nine catches and also with 88 yards receiving with a touchdown catch at Missouri (11/19)... caught three passes for 21 yards against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)... made six receptions for 34 yards with a touchdown at No. 25 Texas (11/5)... first touchdown reception since Week 2 at New Mexico... caught one pass for 11 yards against Iowa State (10/29)... returned from an ankle injury making one catch for four yards at No. 1 Oklahoma (10/22)... caught nine passes for 118 yards and scored three touchdowns at New Mexico (9/17)... marked first career multiple touchdown game... marked the first time a Tech player caught three touchdowns in the first half since Sept. 22, 2007 (Michael Crabtree, at Oklahoma State)... became the first Red Raider with at least 100 yards receiving in the first half since the 2010 season opener (Lyle Leong, 8 catches, 100 yards vs. SMU)... made season debut with a career performance with 12 receptions for 221 yards and one touchdown in season opener against Texas State (9/3)... marked the most receiving yards ever by a Texas Tech receiver in a season opener... most receiving yards by a Big 12 receiver during the season... 12 catches ranks tied for ninth all-time in school single-game history... most receptions in a game by a Red Raider since Michael Crabtree caught 12 passes against Oklahoma on Nov. 17, 2007, in Lubbock... 221 yards receiving ranks 10th all-time in school single-game history... most receiving yards in a game by a Red Raider since Michael Crabtree (237 yards) and Danny Amendola (233) both entered the record books against Oklahoma State in Stillwater, Okla., on Sept. 22, 2007... 221 yards were the most by any receiver in NCAA College Football (FBS or FCS) during Week 1.

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TONY MORALES

OL • 6-3 • 309 • Freshman/RS Arlington, Texas/Sam Houston

2011 Played in two games (0 starts) as a back-up on the offensive line… made career debut in season opener against Texas State (9/3). HIGH SCHOOL Arlington Sam Houston High School in Arlington, Texas… three-star prospect by Rivals, Scout and ESPN.com ... the No. 18 offensive guard nationally by Rivals ... member of the Dave Campbell’s Top 300 ... PrepStar All-Midlands team ... No. 113 on Superprep Texas 120 ... First-Team District 4-5A ... also named first team all-district as a junior and named All-Area DFW… twin brother Tony also signed with Texas Tech… High School Coach: Danny Edelman. PERSONAL Alfredo Luis Morales… born August 9, 1993, in Dallas, Texas… son of Alfredo and Belen Morales… has a twin brother, Tony, and a younger sister, Adrian… enjoys Facebook, basketball, dancing, singing, drawing and acting... a human sciences major at Texas Tech.

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OL • 6-2 • 309 • Freshman/RS Arlington, Texas/Sam Houston

2011 Medical redshirt season. HIGH SCHOOL Arlington Sam Houston High School in Arlington, Texas… four-star prospect by both Rivals and Scout ... three-star by ESPN.com ... ranked as the No. 3 center in the nation according to Scout and the No. 5 center nationally by Rivals ... No. 4 pass blocking lineman nationally by Rivals ... No. 37 on Superprep Texas 120 ... named a starter at left guard for the U.S. Army All-American Bowl ... member of Dave Campbell’s Top 300 and Top 25 offensive line ... PrepStar All-American ... First-Team District 4-5A ... twin brother Alfredo also signed with Texas Tech… High School Coach: Danny Edelman. PERSONAL Tony Morales… born August 9, 1993, in Dallas, Texas… son of Alfredo and Belen Morales ... a human sciences major at Texas Tech.

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CB • 5-10 • 188 • Senior/2L Odessa, Texas/Permian

DB • 6-0 • 160 • Freshman/HS Corona, Calif./Santiago

2011 Played in 10 games (5 starts) with 11 tackles (all solo) with one quarterback hurry… made one tackle (solo) against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)… recorded two tackles (both solo) against No. 17 Kansas State (10/15)… made two tackles (both solo) at Kansas (10/1)… collected a season-high four tackles (all solo) against Nevada (9/24)… notched one tackle (solo) at New Mexico (9/17)… made season debut with one tackle (solo) in season opener against Texas State (9/3).

HIGH SCHOOL Santiago High School in Corona, Calif… elected to sit out for the 2011 fall semester....will enroll at midyear as a freshman...recorded 47 tackles and four interceptions during his senior campaign... made an impact on special teams returning two kickoffs for touchdowns… also competed in track, soccer and baseball while in high school… CHOSE TEXAS TECH OVER: Villanova.

EUGENE NEBOH

PERSONAL Thierry Nguema… born March 11, 1993 in Gabon… son of Mark and Danna Dye… has five siblings, Tony, Jordan, Troy, Travis and Jamie… undeclared major at Texas Tech.

2009 Scout team member. HIGH SCHOOL Permian High School in Odessa, Texas PERSONAL Eugene Neboh ... born June 13, 1990, in Weatherford, Okla.... son of Eugene and Stella Neboh... has three younger brothers, Felix, Richard and Dexter… enjoys playing video games, sleeping and spending time with family... majoring in physical therapy. CAREER HIGHS Tackles ___________________________________ 9, at Texas A&M (2010) Tackles For Loss _____________________________ 1, at Texas A&M (2010) Sacks _______________________________________________ None Interceptions __________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered ______________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high CAREER STATISTICS TACKLES G 2010 9 2011 10 TOTAL 19

UA 16 11 27

A 9 0 9

Total 25 11 36

TFL 1.0 0.0 1.0

Yds 2 0 2

PD 2 0 2

FF 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0

Blkd 0 0 0

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2010 Played in nine games (4 starts) making 25 tackles (16 solo) with one tackle for a loss of two yards and broke up two passes on the season... made six tackles (three solo) and broke up one pass against Northwestern in the TicketCity Bowl (1/1) at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas... had four tackles (all solo) against Houston (11/27)... made one tackle (solo) against Weber State (11/20)... tallied one tackle (assisted) at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13)... made first career start against No. 14 Missouri (11/6) and finished game with four tackles (all solo) and broke up one pass... tallied four tackles (all solo) against No. 14 Missouri (11/6)... recorded first career tackle against Texas A&M (10/30) while finishing with nine tackles (four solo).

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FB • 6-1 • 239 • Junior/1L Austin, Texas/Westlake

2011 Played in 11 games (0 starts) playing primarily on special teams and at fullback. 2010 Scout team member. HIGH SCHOOL Westlake High School in Austin, Texas… a two-year starter on the defensive line… named to the 5A All-State team (DL) as a senior… High School Coach: Daren Allman. PERSONAL Omar Anthony Ontiveros… born December 25, 1990… son of Anthony and Jillveh Ontiveros ... a university studies major at Texas Tech.

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28 HAPPINESS OSUNDE

CB • 5-9 • 178 • Senior/1L Dallas, Texas/Seguin/Kilgore

2011 Played in six games (2 starts) with 16 tackles (13 solo) with one pass breakup while playing in the secondary… made two tackles (both solo) against No. 18 Baylor (11/26) at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington… recorded a season-high seven tackles (four solo) and broke up a pass at Missouri (11/19)… made four tackles (all solo) against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)… collected two tackles (both solo) against Iowa State (10/29)… posted one tackle (solo) against Nevada (9/24)… made career debut at New Mexico (9/17). KILGORE COLLEGE Kilgore College in Kilgore, Texas... played in six games and tallied 17 tackles (12 solo) with two interceptions as a sophomore... played in eight games as a freshman while making 51 tackles (43 solo) with two tackles for a loss... led conference with six interceptions, including one returned for a touchdown... team finished 4-6, losing in the first round of the playoffs... Head Coach: J.J. Eckord. HIGH SCHOOL Arlington Seguin High School in Arlington, Texas... earned all-conference as a junior while notching six interceptions... earned first team all-district as a senior... High School Coach: Ricky Albus. PERSONAL Happiness Osunde... born October 25, 1989, in Dallas, Texas... son of Sonya Osunde... has two sisters, Courtney and Keisha... a human sciences major at Texas Tech. CAREER HIGHS Tackles: ___________________________________ 7, at Missouri (2011) Tackles For Loss: ________________________________________ None Sacks: ______________________________________________ None Interceptions: _________________________________________ None INT Returned for Touchdowns: _______________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

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WR • 6-3 • 215 • Freshman/RS Lubbock, Texas/Monterey

CHRIS PAYNE

HIGH SCHOOL Columbia High School in Columbia, S.C… also competed in basketball and track… Head coach: Kemper Amick. PERSONAL Christofer Payne… born March 14, 1991 in Columbia, S.C… son of Angel Payne… is married to Jaden (Feb. 5, 2010)… has three siblings, Justin, Devorie and Erica… a university studies major at Texas Tech.

2011 Redshirt season. HIGH SCHOOL Lubbock Monterey High School… named to All-District 2-5A second team as a tight end… notched a 100-yard receiving performance, catching seven passes for 101 yards against Odessa High School… also participated in basketball… High School Coach: Todd Pearson. PERSONAL Bradley Wayne Pearson… born March 11, 1993… son of David and Vicki Pearson ... a business major at Texas Tech.

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MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST CC Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College in Perkinston, Miss… signed with South Carolina before enrolling at Mississippi Gulf Coast CC...helped lead team to a 10-2 record...compiled 78 tackles and eight tackles-for-loss...recorded three total sacks in his one season...also recorded four pass breakups ... CHOSE TEXAS TECH OVER: Kentucky, Michigan State and South Florida.

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JARVIS PHILLIPS

DT • 6-2 • 275 • Freshman/RS Mequon, Wis./Homestead

2011 Redshirt season. HIGH SCHOOL Homestead High School in Mequon, Wis... three-star prospect by Scout ... two-star by Rivals and ESPN.com ... ranked as the No. 13 player in Wisconsin by Rivals ... earned first team all-conference, first team all-state, first team all-area and first team all-region as a senior... named conference defensive player of the year and WFCA First Team All-State... led high school to four consecutive conference titles... won state championship in 2008 and finished state runner-up in 2007... honorable mention all-conference as a junior... also involved in leadership council and community service while in high school... High School Coach: Dave Keel. PERSONAL Donte Phillips... born May 12, 1993, in Ypsilanti, Mich... son of Barry and Crystal Phillips... has a younger brother, Malik... enjoys sports and listening to music... a mass communications major at Texas Tech.

CB • 5-10 • 196 • Junior/2L Dallas, Texas/Carter

2011 Ranked Preseason No. 60 Cornerback (Phil Steele’s College Football)... Played in 12 games (4 starts) with 16 tackles (14 solo) and broke up four passes... made one tackle (solo) at Missouri (11/19)... recorded one tackle (solo) against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)... made four tackles (two solo) at No. 25 Texas (11/5)... made five tackles (all solo) and broke up one pass against Iowa State (10/29)... had one tackle (solo) and broke up one pass against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8)... broke up one pass and made three tackles (all solo) against Nevada (9/24)... made season debut making one tackle (solo) in season opener against Texas State (9/3). 2010 Freshman All-America honorable mention (CollegeFootballNews.com )... NCAA RANKINGS: tied for 22nd in passes defended (10)... tied for 55th in interceptions (4)... BIG 12 RANKINGS: tied for second in passes defended per game (1.08)... tied for fourth in interceptions (4)... had five tackles (three solo) and broke up one pass against Northwestern in the TicketCity Bowl (1/1) at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas... played in 13 games (10 starts) making 57 tackles (44 solo) on the season... led team with four interceptions with 114 INT return yards and broke up 10 passes... 114 INT return yards are the most by a Red Raider since 1990 (Tracy Saul, 4 INT - 147 yards)... also tallied one tackle for a loss of one yard... made four tackles (all solo) and broke up one pass against Houston (11/27)... collected one tackle (solo) against Weber State (11/20)... made four tackles (three solo) at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13)... notched three tackles (two solo) and broke up two passes against No. 14 Missouri (11/6)... had six tackles (four solo) and broke up one pass at Texas A&M (10/30)... notched six tackles (five solo) at Colorado (10/23)... made four tackles (two solo) and had one tackle for a loss against Oklahoma State (10/16)... made eight tackles (seven solo) against Baylor at the Cotton Bowl (10/9)... notched six tackles (all solo) at Iowa State (10/2)... four interceptions are the most by a Red Raider since 2008 (Darcel McBath - 7... Daniel Charbonnet - 5)... recorded two interceptions, including one for an 87-yard INT return for a touchdown, had one tackle (assisted) and broke up one pass against No. 4 Texas (9/18)... intercepted Texas quarterback Garrett Gilbert at the Texas Tech 13-yard line before going 87 yards for a touchdown with 1:39 on the clock in the first quarter... it was the first INT for TD for a Tech player since 2008 (Daniel Charbonnet vs. Texas - 18 yards - in 2008)... marked the first defensive score for Tech since LaRon Moore had a 31-yard fumble return for a TD in 2009 against Kansas... 87-yard INT return for a touchdown is the second longest return for a TD by a Big 12 player during the season... picked off Gilbert for the second time inside the red zone (Texas Tech 19-yard line) with 3:22 left in the second quarter... finished with four tackles and intercepted New Mexico (9/11) quarterback B.R. Holbrook in the fourth quarter with 2:37 left in the game... interception was returned 27 yards to the New Mexico 27-yard line... made career debut in season opener against SMU (9/5) with five tackles (all solo), one interception and broke up two passes... intercepted SMU quarterback Kyle Padron in the first quarter with 0:03 on the clock. 2009 Redshirt season. HIGH SCHOOL Three-star (Rivals.com) athlete from Carter High School in Dallas, Texas ... same high school as Tech All-American Michael Crabtree ... No. 98 athlete nationally, according to Rivals.com ... good at making first defender miss ... great lateral running skills ... rushed for 884 yards and 10 touchdowns as a senior ... also threw for 904 yards and eight more scores ... totaled 660 rush yards and 12 touchdowns as a junior and passed for 373 yards and four scores ... received several offers, including Louisiana Tech, North Texas, Rice, Tulsa, Colorado State, Iowa State and Kansas... High School Coach: Allen Wilson. PERSONAL Jarvis Phillips ... born November 13, 1990, in Dallas, Texas ... son of Janice Phillips and the late Tommy Phillips ... has one sister ... a human sciences major at Texas Tech.

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CAREER HIGHS Tackles: ____________________________________ 8, vs. Baylor (2010) Tackles For Loss: __________________________1, vs. Oklahoma State (2010) Sacks: ______________________________________________ None Interceptions: _________________________________ 2, vs. Texas (2010) INT Returned for Touchdowns: _______________________ 1, vs. Texas (2010) * Indicates most recent high

UA 44 14 58

A 13 2 15

Total 57 16 73

INTERCEPTIONS 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 13 12 25

No. 4 0 4

Yds 114 0 114

TFL 1.0 0.0 1.0 TD 1 0 1

Yds 1 0 1 Lg 87 0 87

PD 14 3 17 Avg/R 28.5 0.0 28.5

FF 0 0 0 Avg/G 8.8 0.0 4.6

FR 0 0 0

OL • 6-6 • 330 • Sophomore/1L Houston, Texas/Alief Elsik

Blkd 0 0 0

2011 Played in one game (0 starts) as a back-up on the offensive line… made career debut as a reserve against Iowa State (10/29). 2010 Redshirt season HIGH SCHOOL Three-star offensive tackle (Rivals) … No. 78 offensive tackle nationally (Rivals) … AllDistrict 18-5A … one of Texas Football’s Top 300 players … graded above 90 percent in eight games as a senior … didn’t allow a sack last season in 245 team pass attempts … 25 pancake blocks … paved way for an offense that averaged 318.0 yards per game and 24.3 points per game. PERSONAL James Polk … born May 2, 1992 in Houston, Texas … son of James and Mildred Polk … has two sisters, Alana and Makayla … a sociology major at Texas Tech.

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CAREER STATISTICS TACKLES G 2010 13 2011 12 TOTAL 25

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JEREMY REYNOLDS

CB • 6-0 • 207 • Junior/2L Midwest City, Okla./Carl Albert

2011 Preseason All-Big 12 second team (Lindy’s)... Played in 7 games (6 starts) with 24 tackles (21 solo) with one interception, one recovered fumble and broke up two passes... suffered season-ending injury during Iowa State game which forced him to miss final four games of the season... collected five tackles (four solo) with one pass breakup and a fumble recovery against Iowa State (10/29)... made five tackles (four solo) and intercepted Oklahoma quarterback Landry Jones in the third quarter with 45 seconds on the clock at the Oklahoma 44-yard line (10/22)... collected two tackles (both solo) against No. 17 Kansas State (10/15)... made four tackles (all solo) at Kansas (10/1)... tallied four tackles (three solo) at New Mexico (9/17)... made season debut collecting four tackles (all solo) and broke up one pass in season opener against Texas State (9/3). 2010 BIG 12 RANKINGS: led all Big 12 freshmen with 76 total tackles and averaging 5.8 tackles per game... 29th in tackles/game (5.8)... led team making nine tackles (all solo) against Houston (11/27)... made four tackles (all solo) against Weber State (11/20)... second on the team with 10 tackles (five solo) and broke up one pass at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13)... had five tackles (all solo) with one tackle for a loss of one yard against Missouri (11/6)... finished with six tackles (two solo) and broke up three passes at Texas A&M (10/30)... notched three tackles (two solo) at Colorado (10/23)... made eight tackles (all solo) with one tackle for a loss and broke up a pass against No. 18 Oklahoma State (10/16)... led team with 12 tackles (10 solo) against Baylor at the Cotton Bowl (10/9)... made first career start against Iowa State (10/2)... had four tackles against Cyclones (three solo)... had five tackles (four solo) - including one for a loss of three yards - against No. 4 Texas (9/18)... collected four solo tackles at New Mexico (9/11)... made career debut in season opener against SMU (9/5) with one interception, which he returned for 13 yards... intercepted SMU quarterback Kyle Padron in the second quarter with 8:22 on the clock. HIGH SCHOOL Helped lead Carl Albert to the Class 5A State Championship after posting 115 tackles and two interceptions during senior season … also produced offensively with 652 receiving yards and eight touchdowns on the ground and 665 yards and 11 scores receiving … four-star defensive back and rated the No. 21 corner in the country (Rivals) … ranked No. 8 in the SuperPrep Midlands region, covering nine states, and No. 8 on the Oklahoma Postseason Top 35 list (Rivals) … logged 96 tackles, a sack and four picks as a junior … standout on the track in sprints and relays. PERSONAL Tre’vante Porter … born December 11, 1991 in Midwest City, Oklahoma … son of Felicia Porter … has a younger sister, Trenae … an exercise and sports science major at Texas Tech. CAREER HIGHS Tackles: ____________________________________12, vs. Baylor (2010) Tackles For Loss: ________________________ 1 4x, vs. Northwestern (2010)* Sacks: ______________________________________________ None Interceptions: ____________________________ 1 2x, at Oklahoma (2011)* Fumbles Recovered: __________________________ 1, vs. Iowa State (2011) * Indicates most recent high CAREER STATISTICS TACKLES G 2010 13 2011 7 TOTAL 20

UA 61 21 82

A 15 3 18

Total 76 24 100

INTERCEPTIONS 2010 2011 TOTAL

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No. 1 1 2

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Yds 8 0 8 Lg 13 0 13

PD 7 3 10

FF 0 0 0

Avg/R 13.0 0.0 6.5

Avg/G 1.0 0.0 0.6

FR 0 1 1

Blkd 0 0 0

CB • 5-9 • 175 • Freshman/RS Greensboro, N.C./Dudley

2011 Redshirt season. HIGH SCHOOL Dudley High School in Greensboro, N.C... three-star prospect by Rivals and ESPN.com ... No. 64 cornerback according to ESPN.com ... was one of nine North Carolina players invited to play in the 2010 U.S. Army National Combine for Football Underclassmen in San Antonio ... a 2009 U100 Southeast Dodie Donnell award winner ... was a 2009 METRO all Conference Player ... participated in first ever All World Gridiron Classic ... participated in the Top Prospect Camp and placed second among the DB’s... led high school to back-to-back state titles in 2008 and 2009... standout junior season included 55 tackles, six interceptions, four forced fumbles and had 787 receiving yards with seven touchdowns... also participated in basketball and track and field in high school... High School Coach: Stephen Davis. PERSONAL Jeremy Reynolds... born December 25, 1992, in Greensboro, N.C... son of John and Dwana Reynolds... has a sister, Tiaera, and two brothers, Brandon and Jamon... enjoys playing basketball and listening to music... a university studies major at Texas Tech.

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DE • 6-3 • 248 • Sophomore/1L Southlake, Texas/Carroll

DB • 6-3 • 220 • Sophomore/1L Longview, Texas/Longview

2011 Played in 12 games (4 starts) with 17 tackles (13 solo) with 2.5 tackles for a loss (loss of 11 yards), recorded one sack, broke up one pass, forced one fumble and recovered one fumble... made at least one tackle in 10 of 12 games played... made one tackle (assisted) against No. 18 Baylor at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington (11/26)... made one tackle (solo- for a loss of five yards) at Missouri (11/19)... collected two tackles (both solo) against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)... recorded one tackle (solo) at No. 25 Texas (11/5)... collected one tackle (solo) at No. 1 Oklahoma (10/22) while also making one rush for three yards on a fake punt attempt that resulted in loss of downs (10/22)... made one tackle (solo) against No. 17 Kansas State (10/15)... had one tackle (solo) against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8)... made four tackles (one solo) with 0.5 tackles for a loss at Kansas (10/1)... had one tackle (solo) against Nevada (9/24)... posted four tackles (all solo) while making first career sack and forced fumble at New Mexico (9/17)... made career debut breaking up one pass in season opener against Texas State (9/3).

2011 Played in three games (0 starts) with one fumble recovery… made career debut in season opener against Texas State (9/3) while making a fumble recovery.

JACKSON RICHARDS

PETE ROBERTSON

PERSONAL Pete Robertson... born December 12, 1992, in Longview, Texas... son of Darrin Robertson and Tammy Allen... has two siblings, Allen and Roderick... god-brother is former Oklahoma receiver and current Washington Redskin Malcolm Kelly... a university studies major at Texas Tech.

2010 Redshirt season HIGH SCHOOL All-District 6-5A selection … four-star defensive end (Rivals) … third-rated defensive end in the state (Texas Football) … No. 23 rated defensive end nationally and No. 45 overall player in Texas (Rivals) … No. 34 player in Texas (Superprep) … named to the Texas Football Reebok Super Team … one of Texas Football’s Top 300 players … Under Armour All-American game participant … helped lead Southlake Carroll to an 11-2 record during senior season … posted nine sacks on the season and 53 total tackles … also forced five fumbles … had 40 tackles and 14 sacks during junior season. PERSONAL Jackson Richards … born September 14, 1991 in Lubbock, Texas … son of Jack and Susan Richards … has one older sister, Kali … a university studies major at Texas Tech. CAREER HIGHS Tackles: __________________________________ 4 2x, at Kansas (2011)* Tackles For Loss: ____________________________ 1, at New Mexico (2011) Sacks: __________________________________ 1, at New Mexico (2011) Interceptions: _________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered: _____________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

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HIGH SCHOOL Longview High School in Longview, Texas... three-star prospect by Rivals, Scout and ESPN. com ... earned both All-State and District 11-5A accolades in 2010 ... passed for 1,559 yards and touchdowns while rushing for 1,159 yards and 13 TD’s... High School Coach: John King.

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DT • 6-5 • 282 • Sophomore/1L McKeesport, Pa./McKeesport

LB • 6-3 • 228 • Junior/TR Riverside, Calif./Notre Dame/Riverside CC

2011 Big 12 All-Freshman Team Defense (Rivals.com)... played in 10 games (zero starts) with 13 tackles (10 solo), 1.5 tackles for a loss (loss of 8 yards) with one sack (loss of 7 yards)... made two tackles (both solo) against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)... recorded one tackle (solo) at No. 25 Texas (11/5)... made two tackles (both solo) against Iowa State (10/29)... recorded one tackle (solo) at No. 1 Oklahoma (10/22)... made one tackle (solo) against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8)... collected one tackle (solo) at Kansas (10/1)... made career debut with five tackles (two solo) and first career sack with 1.5 tackles for a loss at New Mexico (9/17).

AT RIVERSIDE CC Helped Riverside JC to a perfect 11-0 record and a No. 5 national ranking by JC Gridwire... finished the 2011 season at Riverside second on the team with 36 solo tackles and 13 tackles for loss... recorded three interceptions and returned one 75-yards for a touchdown...attended Div. II Northwood University (Mich.) in 2010...recorded 22 tackles during his freshman campaign before transferring to Riverside CC.

HIGH SCHOOL McKeesport High School in McKeesport, Pa... five-star prospect by Scout ... four-star by Rivals and ESPN.com ... ranked as the No. 3 defensive tackle in the nation by Scout, No. 5 by Rivals and No. 25 by ESPN.com ... the No. 80 overall prospect by Rivals ... PrepStar All-East team ... No. 2 on Superprep Pennsylvania 32 ... No. 49 Superprep Elite 50 ... No. 11 Superprep All-America Defensive Lineman ... one of the highest rated defensive players to sign with Texas Tech in school history ... registered two sacks and a fumble recovery in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl ... Pennsylvania Class 4A First-Team All-State selection... High School Coach: James Ward. PERSONAL Delvon Simmons... born November 30, 1992, in McKeesport, Pa... son of Delroy Simmons and Bernadet Robinson and guardian, aunt, Ella Watkins... a university studies major at Texas Tech. CAREER HIGHS Tackles: _________________________________ 5, at New Mexico (2011) Tackles For Loss: ___________________________ 1.5, at New Mexico (2011) Sacks: __________________________________ 1, at New Mexico (2011) Interceptions: _________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered: _____________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

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NORTHWOOD UNIVERSITY Northwood University in Midland, Mich… recorded 22 tackles during freshman season. HIGH SCHOOL Notre Dame High School in Riverside, Calif… played for coach Bob Burt… also competed in basketball and track and field. PERSONAL William “Will” Smith… born January 13, 1992… son of Wade and Gina Smith… has a twin brother, Wade, Jr., and a younger brother, Wesley… father, Wade, played football at New Mexico, mother, Gina, played college basketball at California Baptist University, and brother, Wade, Jr., plays football at Northwood University (Mich.)… a university studies major at Texas Tech.

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2010 All-Big 12 second team (AP)... All-Big 12 second team (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)... All-Big 12 second team (Columbia Tribune)... named All-Big 12 honorable mention (Coaches)... NCAA RANKINGS: 16th in all-purpose yards per game (150.08)... 55th in kickoff return yards per game (24.3)... BIG 12 RANKINGS: second in all-purpose yards per game (150.1)... third in kickoff return average (24.3)... TEXAS TECH RECORD BOOK: owns Tech career kickoff return record (76)... owns Tech career kickoff return yardage record (1,894 - 76 returns)... owns Tech single-season kickoff return record (44)... owns Tech single-season kickoff return yardage record (1,071 - 44 returns)... owns Tech single-season kickoff return yards by a sophomore (1,071)... owns Tech single-game kickoff return yardage record by a sophomore (175, at New Mexico)... ranks fifth on Tech single-season all-purpose yardage list (1,951)... BIG 12 RECORD BOOK: ranks seventh on Big 12 career kick returns list (76)... ranks eighth on Big 12 career kickoff return average list (24.9 avg.)... played in 13 games (4 starts) with 127 carries and 668 rushing yards (5.3 avg.) and led team with six rushing touchdowns on the season... averaged 51.4 yards rushing per game... led all Tech running backs with 33 receptions with 212 receiving yards (6.4 avg.) and set school records with 44 kick returns and 1,071 kickoff

2009 Totaled 136 all-purpose yards in the Alamo Bowl win over Michigan State ... rushed four times for 31 yards and caught three passes for 33 yards ... also returned three kickoffs 72 yards ... set the single-season school kick return yardage record against Baylor ... finished the game with 179 all-purpose yards, including 137 kick return yards ... rushed five times for 37 yards and a 7.4 yard average ... also caught two passes ... broke the Tech freshman record for kick returns against Oklahoma ... broke the old mark of 606, set by Ivory McCann in 2001 ... carried the ball eight times for 46 yards and a touchdown in the win over the Sooners ... caught an 11-yard reception and rushed twice for 18 yards at Oklahoma State ... also returned two kickoffs 42 yards ... rushed six times for 17 yards in the win over Kansas ... returned two kickoffs 41 yards ... had a 37 yard kickoff return against Texas A&M ... returned a kickoff 40 yards in the fourth quarter to set up Tech’s final score at Nebraska ... had 101 all-purpose yards in the win over Kansas State ... rushed five times for 34 yards and returned two kickoffs 49 yards ... also had three receptions for 18 yards ... returned one kickoff 20 yards in the win over New Mexico ... rolled up 124 all-purpose yards at Houston, including 93 on five kick returns ... rushed five times for 20 yards and caught an 11-yard pass ... made

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2011 All-Big 12 Midseason first team (Phil Steele)... Paul Hornung Award Watch List (Nation’s Most Versatile Player)... Ranked Preseason No. 37 Running Back (Phil Steele’s College Football)... All-Big 12 first team (Athlon Sports)... Preseason All-Big 12 second team (College Sports Madness)... Preseason All-Big 12 second team (Lindy’s)... Preseason All-Big 12 third team (Phil Steele’s College Football)... Preseason All-Big 12 second team (Rivals)... suffered a season-ending injury with a dislocated left knee against Texas A&M (10/8)... BIG 12 RANKINGS: tied for sixth with four 100-yard rushing performances... TEXAS TECH RECORD BOOK: owns Tech career kickoff return record (76)... owns Tech career kickoff return yardage record (1,894 - 76 returns)... tied for seventh on Tech career yardage list (3,839)... played in 5 games (5 starts) with 108 rushes for 565 yard with eight rushing touchdowns... averaged 5.2 yards per rush and 113 yards rushing per game... led team in rushes, rushing yards and rushing touchdowns... made 16 receptions for 133 yards... averaged 8.3 yards per catch and 26.6 yards receiving per game... finished fourth on the team in scoring (48 points)... averaged a team-high 139.6 all-purpose yards per game... averaged most yards per game on the ground by a Tech RB since 1998 (Ricky Williams, 143.8)... five career 100yard rushing performances (four this season)... four multiple rushing touchdown games (three this season)... tallied more yards rushing (570) and more attempts (109) during the first five games than any Texas Tech RB since 1998 (Ricky Williams, 169 att./929 yards in 1998)... eight rushing touchdowns during first five games are more than Red Raiders as a team scored in 2010 (7)... has scored at least one touchdown in seven consecutive games dating back to 2010... first Texas Tech RB to run for at least one TD in seven consecutive games since Shannon Woods finished the 2006 season with rushing TDs in final two games and then started 2007 season with a rushing touchdown in each of the first five games... suffered a left-knee injury against No. 24 Texas A&M with less than two minutes to play in the third quarter on an incomplete pass from QB Seth Doege on the Aggies 5-yard line (10/8)... carried 22 times for 102 yards with a rushing touchdown and caught two passes for 12 yards against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8)... rushed 26 times for 124 yards with two rushing touchdowns at Kansas (10/1)... carried 26 times for 134 yards (5.2 avg) with two rushing touchdowns against Nevada (9/24)... also caught three passes for 30 yards against the Wolf Pack... averaged 6.6 yards on 14 carries for 92 yards (28 long) with one rushing touchdown at New Mexico (9/17)... tallied 77 yards rushing on 11 carries in the first half alone, marking the most rushing yards by a Red Raider at halftime since Sept. 20, 2008 (Shannon Woods, 6 carries-80 yards vs UMass)... made season debut rushing 21 times for 118 yards (5.6 avg.) with two rushing touchdowns in season opener against Texas State (9/3)... became the first Red Raider to rush for 100 yards in a season opener since 2006 (Shannon Woods, vs. SMU - 15 carries, 104 yards)... marked back-to-back games (vs. Northwestern - TicketCity Bowl) rushing for at least 100 yards... became the first Texas Tech player to rush for 100 yards in back-to-back games since 2005 (Taurean Henderson)... marked second career 100-yard rushing performance.

return yards (24.3 avg.)... led team with 1,951 all-purpose yards and with an average of 150.1 all-purpose yards per game... had 10 games with at least 100 all-purpose yards - 16 during career... finished with over 100 all-purpose yards in 12 of last 15 games played dating back to 2009... made 14 carries for a career-high 126 yards, including an 86-yard touchdown in the third quarter... also caught five passes for 19 yards and returned four kickoffs for 82 yards while tallying 227 all-purpose yards against Northwestern in the TicketCity Bowl (1/1) at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas... 86-yard TD run marked the seventh longest touchdown run in Texas Tech history and the longest TD run by a Red Raider since Ansel Cole ran for an 87-yard TD against Tulsa in 1983... TD run is the second longest run in Cotton Bowl Stadium history and is the longest TD run for a Red Raider in a bowl game in school history... 86-yard TD run is the longest touchdown run by a Big 12 player this season... 126 rushing yards are the most by a Red Raider in a bowl game since 1995 (Byron Hanspard, 260 - vs. Air Force - Copper Bowl)... 9.0 yards per rush in the TicketCity Bowl is the highest average by a Red Raider in a bowl game since 1995 (Byron Hanspard, 10.8 avg - vs. Air Force - Copper Bowl)... 227 all-purpose yards against Northwestern are the most by a Red Raider in a bowl game since 1995 (Byron Hanspard, 278 - vs. Air Force - Copper Bowl)... made six carries for 29 yards with one rushing touchdown against Houston (11/27)... finished with 101 all-purpose yards (23 rushing, 4 receiving, 74 kick return) against Cougars... rushed seven times for 31 yards and made one kick return for 25 yards against Weber State (11/20)... on first kick return at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13) broke school’s single-season kick return record with 33rd kick return of the season... rushed 11 times for 40 yards, caught one pass for five yards and returned four kickoffs for 65 yards against the Sooners... on third kick return against No. 14 Missouri (11/6), broke school’s all-time single-season kick-return yardage record with 825 yards... the record was set the previous season by Stephens on the same amount of returns (32) with 823 yards during freshman season... rushed twice for 11 yards, caught one pass for two yards and returned three kicks for 85 yards to break single-season record... led team with 47 yards rushing on 10 carries, added 22 yards receiving with four catches and had 94 yards on three kick returns for a team-leading 163 all-purpose yards at Texas A&M (10/30)... broke school’s all-time career kick return record at Colorado (10/23) on second kick return... broke College Football Hall of Famer Donny Anderson’s all-time record of 56 career kick-off returns (1963-65)... finished with 94 yards rushing on 15 carries at Colorado (10/23)... made three kick returns for 50 yards at Colorado... finished with 144 all-purpose yards against Buffaloes... tallied 15 carries with 99 yards rushing and posted 200 all-purpose yards with 24 yards receiving (four catches) and 77 kick-return yards against No. 18 Oklahoma State (10/16)... broke school’s all-time career kick-off return yardage record after posting 37 kick-return yards against Baylor at the Cotton Bowl, moving past college football hall of famer Donny Anderson (1,309 - 1963-65, 56 returns)... Needed only 52 career returns to break all-time kick-return yardage mark... led team with 143 all-purpose yards against Baylor, including 52 rushing yards (14 rushes), 54 yards receiving (seven catches) and 37 kick-return yards (2 returns)... owns 10 career games with at least 100 all-purpose yards... had 59 yards rushing on 10 carries, 27 yards receiving on four catches and had 111 yards on five kick returns for 195 all-purpose yards at Iowa State (10/2)... had streak of four consecutive games with at least 100 all-purpose yards snapped against No. 4 Texas (9/18) with 74 kick-return yards, 12 receiving yards and seven rushing yards for 93 total all-purpose yards... had 175 kick return yards, 46 yards rushing (10 carries), including one rushing touchdown, and 43 yards receiving (three catches) for 264 all-purpose yards at New Mexico (9/11)... 175 kick-return yards are second most during career (school-record 182 at Texas - 2009)... return yards at New Mexico break school record for a sophomore in a single-game... posted a career-long 93-yard kick return midway through the first quarter to the Lobos 7-yard line... named a Big 12 Conference Player of the Week (special teams) following week two... marks eighth career and fourth consecutive game (dating back to 2009) with at least 100 all-purpose yards... carried nine times for 35 yards with one rushing touchdown and returned five kickoffs for 122 yards (24.4 avg) for a team-leading 157 all-purpose yards in the season opener against SMU (9/5).

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his first career start against Texas and set a new school record with 182 kickoff return yards ... scored first touchdown on a 34 yard reception against the Owls ... rushed for 17 yards and had a kick return of 54 yards against Rice. HIGH SCHOOL Four-star (Rivals.com) all-purpose back from Timberview High School in Mansfield, Texas ... PrepStar Top 250 All-American ... ranked among Rivals.com Rivals250 ... No. 4 Best-in-Space running back nationally, per Rivals.com ... No. 6 all-purpose back nationally, according to Rivals.com ... No. 21 on the Rivals.com Texas Postseason Top 100 list ... No. 50 player on the Superprep Texas 111 ... slippery, elusive back ... clocked at 4.5 in the 40 ... 3.9 shuttle time ... rushed for 1,000+ yards each of the last three seasons, including a 1,906-yard effort as a junior ... accounted for 52 rushing scores in four years, including 19 during senior season ... caught 28 passes for 297 yards in 2008 ... Class 4A All-State honorable mention ... District 8-4A first team ... elusive, shifty runner ... possesses tremendous strength with a 355-pound bench and 650-pound squat ... solid hands out of the backfield ... also offered by Vanderbilt, Buffalo, Boise State, Duke, Houston and Minnesota ... High School Coach: Terry Cron. PERSONAL Eric Stephens Jr. ... born February 20, 1991 in Marshall, Texas ... son of Eric Stephens Sr. and Tonia Cleaver ... has three siblings ... a university studies major at Texas Tech. CAREER HIGHS Rushes: _________________________________ 26 2x, at Kansas (2011)* Rushing Yards: ______________________________ 134, vs. Nevada (2011) Rushing Touchdowns: _________________________ 2 3x, at Kansas (2011)* Receptions: _____________________________ 7 2x, at New Mexico (2011)* Receiving Yards: ____________________________63, at New Mexico (2011) Receiving Touchdowns: ________________________ 2, at Iowa State (2010) Total Touchdowns: ___________________________ 2 4x, at Kansas (2011)* Longest Rush: ___________________________ 86, vs. Northwestern (2010) Longest Reception: ______________________________ 34, vs. Rice (2009) Kickoff Returns: _________________________________7, at Texas (2009) Kickoff Return Yards: ____________________________ 182, at Texas (2009) Longest Kickoff Return: _______________________93, at New Mexico (2010) All-Purpose Yards: _________________________ 264, at New Mexico (2010) * Indicates most recent high CAREER STATISTICS RUSHING G 2009 13 2010 13 2011 5 TOTAL 31

Att 49 127 108 284

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RECEIVING 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL KICK RETURNS 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL ALL PURPOSE 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

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Yds 254 668 565 1487 Rush 254 668 565 1487

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Yds 113 212 133 458

No. 32 44 0 76 Rush 254 668 565 1487

Lg 30 86 46 86

Pass 0 0 0 0

Avg/C 5.2 5.3 5.2 5.2

Avg/G 19.5 51.4 113.0 48.0

Total 254 668 565 1487

Avg/G 19.5 51.4 113.0 48.0 Avg/C 8.1 6.4 8.3 7.3

TD 1 2 0 3

Lg 34 19 18 34

Rec/G 1.1 2.5 3.2 2.0

Yds 823 1071 0 1894

TD 0 0 0 0

Lg 64 93 0 93

Avg/R 25.7 24.3 0.0 24.9

Avg/G 63.3 82.4 0.0 61.1

PR 0 0 0 0

KR 823 1071 0 1894

IR 0 0 0 0

Avg/G 91.5 150.1 139.6 123.8

Rec 113 212 133 458

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30 AUSTIN STEWART

DB • 6-2 • 202 • Sophomore/TR Matthews, N.C./Butler/L.A. Pierce JC

AT LA PIERCE JC Played one season at Pierce Junior College outside of Los Angeles, Calif...recorded 26 tackles and pass breakup...made an impact on special teams returning 20 kickoffs for an average of 22.3 yards-per-return. HIGH SCHOOL Was a member of the 2010 North Carolina state championship as a senior at Butler High School in Matthews, N.C. PERSONAL Austin Stewart… born August 31, 1993… son of Roger and Perina Stewart… has two older brothers, Tremain and Roger, a younger brother, Isaac, and a younger sister, Anna… undeclared major at Texas Tech.

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WR • 6-1 • 200 • Senior/3L El Paso, Texas/Franklin

JOSH TALBOTT

2010 Scout team member. HIGH SCHOOL Played football and ran track at Liberty Christian. PERSONAL Josh Talbot … born on February 3, 1990 in Grand Prairie, Texas … son of Jim and Cassaundra Talbot … has one brother Jimmy … father played linebacker in the CFL and brother played football for Baylor … enjoys drawing, playing video games and photography … a marketing major at Texas Tech.

2011 All-Big 12 honorable mention (Coaches)... Academic All-Big 12 second team... Biletnikoff Award Watch List (Nation’s Top WR)... Preseason All-Big 12 third team (College Sports Madness)... Preseason All-Big 12 fourth team (Phil Steele’s College Football)... suffered season-ending left knee injury at Missouri (11/19)... BIG 12 RANKINGS: tied for ninth in 100-yard receiving games (2)... ranked 10th in receptions/game (4.6)... played in 11 games (10 starts) with 51 receptions and 616 receiving yards with four touchdowns... averaged 12.1 yards per catch and averaged 56.0 yards receiving per contest... second on the team in receptions and receiving yards... third on the team in receiving touchdowns... fourth on the team in all-purpose yards (624)... caught at least five passes in four games... left game with a right knee injury during first drive of the game at Missouri (11/19)... didn’t make a reception snapping streak of 22 consecutive Big 12 Conference games with at least one catch - which spanned entire career (2009-2011)... made four catches for 31 yards against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)... caught six passes for 75 yards (long 20 yards) at No. 25 Texas (11/5)... joined teammate Kerry Hyder as a captain for game against the Longhorns... notched two catches for 35 yards against Iowa State (10/29)... caught four passes for 94 yards and scored three touchdowns at No. 1 Oklahoma (10/22)... longest reception against the Sooners went for 44 yards... became the first Texas Tech WR with back-to-back 100-yard receiving games in Big 12 play since 2009 (Detron Lewis, vs. Kansas State/@ Nebraska)... caught 12 passes for 104 yard against No. 17 Kansas State (10/15)... marked fifth career 100-yard receiving performance (second this season)... first time during career with back-to-back 100-yard receiving performances... made eight catches for 111 yards with a receiving touchdown against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8)... collected three catches for 30 yards at Kansas (10/1)... made five catches for 40 yards (18 long) against Nevada (9/24)... marked 12th career game catching at least five passes... caught three passes for 38 yards at New Mexico (9/17)... made season debut catching four passes for 58 yards in season opener against Texas State (9/3). 2010 Named second team All-Big 12 Academic... played in 11 games (6 starts) and was third on the team catching 39 passes for 481 yards (12.3 avg.) with three touchdowns on the season... averaged 43.7 yards receiving per game... has at least one reception in 15 consecutive Big 12 Conference games, spanning all of 2009 and 2010... caught three passes for 42 yards against Northwestern in the TicketCity Bowl (1/1) at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas... made two catches for 30 yards against Weber State (11/20)... became the fastest active Red Raider to 100 career receptions (21 games) - and the fastest since Michael Crabtree (seven games - 2007) - after making two catches for 17 yards at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13)... became the fifth active Tech player with 100 career receptions... made five catches for 66 yards at Texas A&M (10/30)... led team with 133 yards receiving with six catches and one touchdown at Colorado (10/23)... one of 28 players in the Big 12 to tally 100-yards receiving in a game... marked first 100-yard receiving performance of the season and third career... hauled in four catches for 44 yards against No. 18 Oklahoma State (10/16)... posted season-highs with seven catches and 82 yards with two receiving touchdowns against Baylor at the Cotton Bowl (10/9)... second career multi-touchdown performance... first career two-touchdown game came against Kansas State (10/10/09)... had five catches for 43 yards at Iowa State (10/2)... notched three catches for 17 yards against No. 4 Texas (9/18)... made season debut with two catches for seven yards at New Mexico (9/11)... made first appearance of the season with just over 10 minutes to play in the second quarter after missing season opener with a lower back strain. 2009 Freshman All-America third team selection (CollegeFootballNews.com) ... grabbed two receptions for 15 yards in the Alamo Bowl ... caught seven passes for 63 yards in the win over Baylor ... led the Red Raiders with 11 receptions for 163 yards and a touchdown against Oklahoma ... also set up Tech’s first score with a 65-yard grab to the OU 4 in the first half ... caught Tech’s first touchdown of the game at Oklahoma State ... finished with four receptions for 39 yards ... ESPN the Magazine Academic All-American District VI ... grabbed two receptions for 45 yards in the win over Kansas ... tallied 128 yards against Texas A&M ... scored Tech’s first touchdown on a 56-yard reception ... grabbed two receptions for 18 yards at Nebraska ... scored two touchdowns on two receptions in the win over Kansas State ... had WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

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34 receiving yards and scored on catches of 28 and six yards ... had 102 all-purpose yards against New Mexico ... caught a team-high seven passes for 61 yards and a touchdown ... fell a yard short of another touchdown after returning a UNM onside attempt to the UNM 1 ... led the Red Raiders with six receptions for 90 yards at Houston ... hauled in a 31-yard reception on Tech’s first scoring drive ... caught seven balls for 59 yards against Texas ... made four receptions for 40 yards versus Rice ... in first career start snagged five receptions for 51 yards versus North Dakota. AIR FORCE ACADEMY Enrolled at the Air Force Academy following high school ... transferred to Texas Tech in 2008 ... did not play at Air Force. HIGH SCHOOL Franklin High School in El Paso, Texas ... lettered in football, basketball and baseball ... helped lead his team to back-to-back district championships in 2004 and 2005 and advanced to the Elite 8 in 2005 ... was a First-Team All-District wide receiver three straight years (2003-05) ... First-Team All-City (2003-04) ... Second-Team All-State (2004-05) ... named the MVP of all city schools in El Paso in 2005 ... High School Coaches: Tony Grajalva, Robert Anderson, Mike Garcia and Mike Marlin. PERSONAL Alexander Joshua Torres ... born on Sept. 12, 1987, in El Paso, Texas ... son of Robert and Lydia Torres ... has two siblings, Robert and Jessica ... enjoys playing golf and basketball and is learning to play the guitar ... pursing a master’s degree in business administration. CAREER HIGHS Receptions: ______________________________ 12, vs. Kansas State (2011) Yards: __________________________________163, vs. Oklahoma (2009) Touchdowns: ________________________________3, at Oklahoma (2011) Longest Reception: __________________________ 65, vs. Oklahoma (2009) All-Purpose Yards: __________________________163, vs. Oklahoma (2009) * Indicates most recent high CAREER STATISTICS RECEIVING G 2009 13 2010 11 2011 11 TOTAL 35

Rec 67 39 51 157

Yds 806 481 616 1903

TD 6 3 4 13

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Avg/C 12.0 12.3 12.1 12.1

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65 LaADRIAN WADDLE

OL • 6-6 • 318 • Senior/3L Columbus, Texas/Columbus

2011 All-Big 12 second team (Coaches)... All-Big 12 second team (AP)... All-Big 12 second team (Phil Steele)... All-Big 12 second team (Columbia Tribune)... All-Big 12 second team (San Antonio Express-News)... All-Big 12 second team (Kansas City Star)... All-Big 12 second team (Dallas Morning News)... All-Big 12 second team (Waco Tribune-Herald)... All-Big 12 Midseason second team (Phil Steele)... Preseason All-Big 12 second team (College Football News)... Preseason All-Big 12 second team (Lindy’s)... Preseason All-Big 12 second team (Athlon Sports)... played in 12 games (12 starts) all at left tackle on the offensive line... enters senior season with 27 career starts, including 25 consecutive starts during the 2010 and 2011 seasons. 2010 All-Big 12 honorable mention (Coaches)... second team All-Big 12 Academic... played in 13 games (13 starts) all at left tackle on the offensive line... made only tackle of the season (solo) at Iowa State (10/2). 2009 Made first two career starts against Texas A&M and Kansas ... first career start was against the NCAA sack leader in Texas A&M’s Von Miller. HIGH SCHOOL Three-star (Rivals.com) offensive guard from Columbus High School in Columbus, Texas ... No. 74 offensive guard nationally, per Rivals.com ... extremely powerful with good leg drive ... team averaged 281.0 yards per game on the ground behind Waddle and offensive line teammates ... team also totaled 26 rushing scores ... clocked at 5.3 in the 40 ... also received offers from Tulane, Rice, Houston, SMU, TCU and Mississippi ... High School Coach: Brent Mascheck. PERSONAL LaAdrian Waddle ... born July 21, 1991, in College Station, Texas ... son of Gregory Waddle and Christine Coleman ... a university studies major at Texas Tech.

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18 ERIC WARD

WR • 6-0 • 203 • Junior/2L Wichita Falls, Texas/Rider

prospect on the Rivals.com Texas Postseason Top 100 list ... good size and excellent feel for the game ... good surge off the snap and is a strong runner in the open field ... elusive in the open field ... grabbed 53 catches for 1,063 yards and 15 touchdowns during junior season ... clocked at 4.4 in the 40 ... Class 4A All-State honorable mention ... district most valuable player ... also received offers from Oklahoma, Arizona, Arizona State and Tulsa ... High School Coach: Scott Ponder. PERSONAL Eric Ward ... born on July 24, 1990, in Los Angeles, Calif. ... son of Katherine Veals and Michael Wesley ... has one brother and two sisters ... a human development and family studies major at Texas Tech. CAREER HIGHS Receptions: __________________ 16, vs. Baylor (2011) - Set a new school record Yards: ____________________________________ 151, vs. Baylor (2011) Touchdowns: _______________________________ 2 4x, vs. Baylor (2011)* Longest Reception: __________________________ 48, at Oklahoma (2011) All-Purpose Yards: ____________________________ 158, vs. Baylor (2011) * Indicates most recent high CAREER STATISTICS RECEIVING G 2010 11 2011 12 TOTAL 23

Rec 6 84 90

Yds 63 800 863

TD 0 11 11

Lg 14 48 48

Rec/G 0.5 7.0 3.9

Avg/C 10.5 9.5 9.6

Avg/G 5.7 66.7 37.5

2010 Played in 11 games (1 start) making six receptions for 63 yards receiving (10.5 avg.) and also made two tackles (both solo) on the season... made one catch for seven yards against Northwestern in the TicketCity Bowl (1/1) at the Cotton Bowl... equaled a season-high two catches for a season-best 27 yards against Weber State (11/20)... made first career start at wide receiver at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13)... also made two catches for 23 yards against No. 14 Missouri (11/6)... made career debut making first career catch for six yards against SMU (9/5) in season-opener. 2009 Redshirt season. HIGH SCHOOL Enrolled in January ... four-star (Rivals.com, Scout.com) wide receiver from Rider High School in Wichita Falls, Texas ... PrepStar All-Midlands Region ... No. 16 wide receiver nationally, per Scout.com ... No. 41 wide receiver nationally, according to Rivals.com ... No. 31 overall WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

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2011 All-Big 12 honorable mention (Coaches)... All-Big 12 third team (Phil Steele)... All-Big 12 second team (San Antonio Express-News)... All-Big 12 second team (Fort Worth StarTelegram)... All-Big 12 second team (Waco Tribune-Herald)... Academic All-Big 12 second team... All-Big 12 Midseason second team (Phil Steele)... NCAA RANKINGS: tied for 11th in receiving touchdowns... tied for 18th in receptions per game (7.0)... BIG 12 RANKINGS: tied for third in receiving touchdowns (11)... ranked fourth in receptions per game (7.0)... ranked ninth in receiving yards per game (66.7)... one of 26 players in the conference with a 100-yard receiving game... played in 12 games (11 starts) leading the team with 84 receptions, 800 receiving yards, 11 receiving touchdowns and averaging 66.7 yards receiving per game... averaged 9.5 yards per catch... marked the ninth time during the last 16 years that a Texas Tech player made at least 80 catches with at least 800 yards receiving (Detron Lewis, 2010; Michael Crabtree, 2008, Michael Crabtree, 2007; Danny Amendola, 2007; Joel Filani, 2006; Robert Johnson, 2006; Wes Welker, 2003; Wes Welker, 2002)... second on the team in scoring (66 points)... second on the team in all-purpose yards (807)... recorded four multiple touchdown performances... scored at least one touchdown in seven of 12 games played... broke school single-game record with 16 receptions against No. 18 Baylor at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington (11/26)... also tallied 151 receiving yards with two touchdowns against the Bears... 16 receptions marked the most by a Big 12 player during the season and was two shy of the league’s all-time record for receptions in a single-game (18, Albert Connell, Texas A&M - 1996)... 16 catches in a single-game tied for the second most by a player in the nation... caught seven passes for 46 yards at Missouri (11/19)... made four catches for 36 yards against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)... has caught at least five passes in five consecutive games... led team with eight catches for 75 yards with a touchdown at No. 25 Texas (11/5)... led team catching five passes for 62 yards (long 19) against Iowa State (10/29)... caught six passes for 78 yards at No. 1 Oklahoma (10/22)... recorded eight catches for 63 yards receiving against No. 17 Kansas State (10/15)... made 10 catches for 74 yards with one receiving touchdown against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8)... became the first Texas Tech WR to catch at least one touchdown in the first five games of the season since Michael Crabtree in 2008... became the first Texas Tech WR to catch multiple touchdowns in three consecutive games since Michael Crabtree posted multiple touchdown catches in four straight games in 2008... caught four passes for 71 yards with two touchdowns at Kansas (10/1)... led team with six catches for 51 yards receiving with two touchdowns, including game-winning touchdown with 36 seconds left in the game to give Tech the 35-34 victory over Nevada (9/24)... marked back-to-back games with multiple receiving touchdowns... posted eight catches for 87 yards with two receiving touchdowns at New Mexico (9/17)... marked first career multiple touchdown performance... caught two passes for six yards including first career touchdown catch during season opener against Texas State (9/3)... TD catch from QB Seth Doege came in the fourth quarter with 3:27 left to play to give Tech a 40-point advantage.

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DT • 6-2 • 285 • Junior/1L Hastings, Fla./Menendez/Butler CC

2011 All-Big 12 Offensive Freshman of the Year honorable mention (Coaches)... played in 11 games (1 start) with 77 rushes for 366 yards with three rushing touchdowns... averaged 4.8 yards per rush and 30.5 yards rushing per contest... second on the team in rushing yards and rushing touchdowns... made 19 receptions for 109 receiving yards while averaging 9.1 yards per reception... made seven kick returns for 131 yards and averaged 18.7 yards per return... fifth on the team in all-purpose yards (606)... recorded the most rushing yards by a Texas Tech freshman since Taurean Henderson’s 793 yards in 2002... suffered season-ending right knee injury at Missouri (11/19)... posted 41 yards rushing on six carries and caught three passes for 19 yards before leaving the game with a right knee injury late in the first half at Missouri (11/19)... led the team with 11 carries for 47 yards and tied for the team lead with four catches for 41 yards against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)... carried five times for 10 yards and made four receptions for 23 yards at No. 25 Texas (11/5)... rushed 11 times for 50 yards (4.5 avg.) with longest run coming at 16 yards against Iowa State (10/29)... led the team rushing for 84 yards on 16 carries (17 long) averaging 5.2 yards per carry at No. 1 Oklahoma (10/22)... rushed six times for 27 yards with a rushing touchdown and caught one pass for two yards against No. 17 Kansas State (10/15)... carried once for one yard against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8)... had six carries for 32 yards with one rushing touchdown and caught two passes for five yards at Kansas (10/1)... rushed nine times for 38 yards and caught two passes for three yards at New Mexico (9/17)... made career debut rushing six times for 38 yards and catching two passes for eight yards with a rushing touchdown in season opener against Texas State (9/3)... touchdown came on a 23-yard run in the fourth quarter with 5:55 left to play.

2011 Played in 12 games (3 starts) with 21 tackles (13 solo), two tackles for a loss of nine yards, one sack and recovered one fumble… ended season with a season-high five tackles (four solo) and first career sack with a fumble recovery against No. 18 Baylor (11/26) at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington… collected two tackles (both assisted) at No. 25 Texas (11/5)… notched three tackles (two solo) against Iowa State (10/29)… posted two tackles (one solo) and tallied first career tackle for a loss at No. 1 Oklahoma (10/22)… notched one tackle (solo) against No. 23 Texas A&M (10/8)… recorded four tackles (one solo) at New Mexico (9/17)… posted four tackles (all solo) during career debut in season opener against Texas State (9/3).

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BUTLER COMMUNITY COLLEGE Butler Community College in El Dorado, Kan… helped Grizzlies to No. 2 national-ranking and to an 11-1 overall record and to Jayhawk Conference championship with a perfect 7-0 league record… led team to a Region VI championship with a 48-0 victory over Hutchinson… named Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference First Team All-Conference (DL)… three-star prospect by Rivals ... accounted for 52 total tackles last season along with 7.5 tackles for loss, three sacks and two forced fumbles… Head Coach: Troy Morrell. HIGH SCHOOL Menendez High School in St. Augustine, Fla… became the first football player in school history to earn a scholarship to a FCS program while originally signing out of high school with Bethune-Cookman College… High School Coach: Keith Cromwell. PERSONAL Dennell Ontay Wesley… born April 28, 1991… son of Sophia Wesley ... undeclared major . CAREER HIGHS Tackles: ____________________________________ 5, vs. Baylor (2011) Tackles For Loss: _____________________________ 1 2x, vs. Baylor (2011)* Sacks: _____________________________________ 1, vs. Baylor (2011) Interceptions: _________________________________________ None INT Returned for Touchdowns: _______________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

PERSONAL DeAndre Washington... born February 22, 1993, in Houston, Texas... son of Dwayne Washington and Tiffany Jones... has two younger siblings, brother, Colbey, and sister, Diamonique... enjoys playing video games, reading defenses and scoring touchdowns... a university studies major at Texas Tech. CAREER HIGHS Rushes: __________________________________16, at Oklahoma (2011) Rushing Yards: ______________________________84, at Oklahoma (2011) Rushing Touchdowns: _____________________ 1 3x, vs. Kansas State (2011)* Receptions: __________________________ 4 2x, vs. Oklahoma State (2011)* Receiving Yards: _________________________41, vs. Oklahoma State (2011) Receiving Touchdowns: ___________________________________ None Total Touchdowns: _______________________ 1 3x, vs. Kansas State (2011)* Longest Rush: _____________________________23, vs. Texas State (2011) Longest Reception: _______________________26, vs. Oklahoma State (2011) All-Purpose Yards: ______________________________ 126, at Texas (2011) * Indicates most recent high

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HIGH SCHOOL Thurgood Marshall in Missouri City, Texas... four-star prospect by Scout ... three-star by Rivals ... member of Texas Football Magazine’s Top 300 and Top 30 running backs .... PrepStar AllAmerican ... No. 58 Superprep Texas 120 ... ranked nationally as the No. 26 running back in this year’s class ... exploded for 1,378 rushing yards as a senior on 192 attempts ... crossed the goal line 20 times in 2010 and ended the season with an average of 7.2 yards-per-carry... named a pre-season All-American prior to senior season... also participated in student council... High School Coach: James Williams.

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RB • 5-9 • 215 • Sophomore/1L Pflugerville, Texas/Hendrickson

DS • 5-11 • 190 • Sophomore/Transfer Spring, Texas/Westfield/Blinn JC

2011 Played in 10 games (0 starts) with 43 rushes for 135 yards with two rushing touchdowns... averaged 3.1 yards per rush and 13.5 yards rushing per game... caught six passes for 52 yards while averaging 8.7 yards per reception... rushed nine times for 41 yards with two rushing touchdowns (4.6 avg.) against No. 18 Baylor (11/26)... also caught three passes for 25 yards against the Bears... became first Red Raider freshman to score a pair of rushing touchdowns in a single-game since 2010 (Ben McRoy - vs. Weber State)... joined Eric Stephens (three times) as the only Red Raiders to rush for a pair of touchdowns in a single-game during the season... carried five times for 28 yards (5.6 avg.) and caught two passes for 25 yards at Missouri (11/19)... rushed eight times for 22 yards against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)... led team with 25 rushing yards on 10 carries at No. 25 Texas (11/5)... rushed two times for seven yards against Iowa State (10/29)... ran for 27 yards on six carries (4.5 avg.) against No. 17 Kansas State (10/15)... rushed four times for two yards at Kansas (10/1)... made career debut with two rushes for three yards against Nevada (9/24).

BLINN COLLEGE Blinn College in Brenham, Texas… helped lead team to a No. 10 NJCAA final ranking following a 46-17 loss to Mississippi Gulf Coast CC in the fourth-annual Mississippi Bowl in Biloxi, Miss… team finished the season with a 9-2 record, marking the program’s fourth season over the last six years with at least nine wins.

HIGH SCHOOL Hendrickson High School in Pflugerville, Texas... four-star prospect by both Rivals and Scout ... ranked nationally by Rivals as the 17th best running back in the 2011 class ... PrepStar All-American ... No. 21 on Superprep Texas 120 ... No. 23 Superprep All-America Running Back ... known for his size and strength but clocked at an impressive 4.48 in the 40 ... named second-team All-State in Class 4A ... ran for 1,373 yards on 179 attempts his senior season while scoring 13 touchdowns and averaging 7.7 yards-per-carry ... as a junior, he ran for 1,714 yards on 174 attempts (9.0 yards-per-carry) and 20 touchdowns ... selected to participate in the 2011 Team USA vs. The World game set for Feb. 2 in Austin... High School Coach: Chip Killian PERSONAL Kenny Williams... born November 16, 1992, in Austin, Texas... son of Kenneth and Dimitria Williams... has two older siblings, Chauncy and Jaimee, and a younger sibling, Jordan... enjoys weightlifting and shopping... a nutritional science major at Texas Tech. CAREER HIGHS Rushes: _____________________________________10, at Texas (2011) Rushing Yards: _______________________________ 41, vs. Baylor (2011) Rushing Touchdowns: ___________________________ 2, vs. Baylor (2011) Total Touchdowns: _____________________________ 2, vs. Baylor (2011) Longest Rush: _______________________________ 17, vs. Baylor (2011) All-Purpose Yards: _____________________________ 66, vs. Baylor (2011) * Indicates most recent high

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HIGH SCHOOL Westfield High School in Houston, Texas… also competed in track. PERSONAL Trent Williams… born July 30, 1993… son of Timothy and Elizabeth Williams… has two older brothers, Timothy, III, and Thomas… an agriculture communications major at Texas Tech.

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OL • 6-6 • 277 • Freshman/RS Coldspring, Texas/Oakhurst

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MATT WILSON

2011 Redshirt season.

WEST TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY West Texas A&M University (NCAA D-II) in Canyon, Texas... had two standout seasons for the Buffs, including an All-American sophomore season that included playing 11 games, making 96 catches for 1,321 yards (13.8 avg.) with eight touchdowns and an average of 120.1 yards per game... earned NCAA D-II Third Team All-America honors... named a Daktronics All-Super Region 4 second team member as a tight end... ranked among the top five nationally in both receptions per game and receiving yards per game... helped guide team to an 8-4 record... team leader as a freshman in receptions (66) and totaled 847 yards receiving with five touchdowns and averaged 70.6 yards per contest.

HIGH SCHOOL Coldspring Oakhurst High School in Coldspring, Texas... three-star prospect by both Rivals and Scout ... helped lead team to 14-2 record as a senior as a state finalist... earned FirstTeam District 22-3A honors his senior season... third team all-state selection and played in Texas High School Coaches Association All-Star Game... also participated in basketball earning second team all-district... also involved in 4-H and did volunteer work during... High School Coach: Bryan Barbay.

HIGH SCHOOL Aldine High School in Houston, Texas... tallied 63 catches as a senior to earn first team all-district honors... also participated in baseball and track and field... High School Coach: Bob Jones.

PERSONAL Matt Wilson... born November 25, 1992, in Homble, Texas... son of Roy and Sandra Wilson... has an older brother, Garrett... enjoys fishing, hunting, basketball, golf and video games... an engineering major at Texas Tech.

PERSONAL Tyson Williams... born December 7, 1989, in Houston, Texas... son of Phil and Donna Williams... has a younger brother, Trey... a human sciences major at Texas Tech.

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LB • 6-1 • 230 • Junior/2L Schertz, Texas/Clemens

S • 6-3 • 193 • Senior/RS St. Helena, Calif./St. Helena/Redlands

2011 Played in six games (0 starts) with three tackles (all assisted) with one fumble recovery… recovered a fumble against No. 18 Baylor (11/26) at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington… notched two tackles (both assisted) at No. 25 Texas (11/5)… recorded one tackle (assisted) at No. 1 Oklahoma (10/22)… made season debut against No. 23 Texas A&M.

2011 Scout team member.

2010 Played in two games (0 starts) making two tackles (both assisted) playing primarily on special teams on the season… made a season-high two tackles (both assisted) at New Mexico (9/11)… made career debut in season-opener against SMU (9/5).

HIGH SCHOOL St. Helena High School in St. Helena, Calif... played multiple positions, including linebacker, running back, kick returner, special teams, tight end, wide receiver, safety and middle linebacker... in 10 games as a senior posted 93 carries for 654 rushing yards with seven touchdowns... also tallied 16 receptions for 197 yards receiving with two touchdowns... notched 133 tackles (41 solo) with seven sacks... High School Coach: Ian MacMillan.

HIGH SCHOOL Posted 116 total tackles and averaged 10.5 tackles per game for Clemens during senior season … had double-digit tackle totals in eight of 11 games … also rushed for eight scores on 18 carries and averaged 13.8 yards per rush … All-District 27-4A … rated the No. 59 outside linebacker prospect nationally (Scout). PERSONAL Zachary Winbush … born November 4, 1991 … hometown, Schertz, Texas … son of Sherwin and Cynthia Winbush … has two siblings … an engineering major at Texas Tech. CAREER HIGHS Tackles: ____________________________________2 2x, at Texas (2011) Tackles For Loss: ________________________________________ None Sacks: ______________________________________________ None Interceptions: _________________________________________ None INT Returned for Touchdowns: _______________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

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UNIVERSITY OF REDLANDS University of Redlands (NCAA D-III) in Redlands, Calif... Head Coach: Mike Maynard.

PERSONAL Chris Yeakey... born October 4, 1990, in Martin, Conn... son of Robert and Veronica Yeakey... has two older brothers, Jason and Aric... a business major at Texas Tech.

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IR • 5-11 • 190 • Senior/3L Lubbock, Texas/Coronado

2010 Named first team All-Big 12 Academic... played in 12 games (3 starts) catching 31 passes for 432 yards receiving with two touchdowns, including a 55-yard touchdown catch against New Mexico which marked the second longest play from scrimmage for Tech during the season... led team averaging 13.9 yards per reception... caught five passes for 50 yards with a 13-yard touchdown reception from Taylor Potts for the first touchdown in TicketCity Bowl history against Northwestern (1/1) at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas... made three catches for 42 yards against Houston (11/27)... led team with six catches for a career-high 100 yards against Weber State (11/20)... one of 28 players in the Big 12 to tally 100-yards receiving in a game... first 100-yard receiving game of career... caught one pass for 35 yards at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13)... caught three passes for 25 yards, threw one pass (incomplete) and returned one punt for five yards against No. 14 Missouri (11/6)... made one catch for three yards at Texas A&M (10/30)... had three catches for 19 yards at Colorado (10/23)... caught four passes for 68 yards (long of 29 yards) against Baylor at the Cotton Bowl (10/9)... had three catches for 29 yards at Iowa State (10/2)... caught one pass for six yards and tallied 16 yards on one punt return against No. 4 Texas (9/18)... first touch of the season resulted in a 55-yard touchdown reception (also a career-long, previous was 50-yard catch in Alamo Bowl in 2009) that gave Texas Tech a 7-0 lead with 14:15 remaining in the first quarter at New Mexico (9/11)... missed season opener after undergoing an appendectomy (8/12). 2009 Had 85 all-purpose yards in the Alamo Bowl win over Michigan State ... caught three passes for 75 yards, including a 50-yard haul ... also returned a punt 10 yards ... led the Red Raiders with 92 yards on seven receptions against Baylor ... caught four passes for 40 yards and a touchdown against Oklahoma ... grabbed a two-yard reception and returned two punts 30 yards at Oklahoma State ... returned two punts 30 yards against Kansas ... made two receptions for 32 yards ... returned three punts for 31 yards ... returned a punt nine yards and a had an 18-yard kickoff return in the win at Nebraska ... grabbed three receptions for 44 yards in the win over Kansas State ... finished the New Mexico game with 93 all-purpose yards, including 52 yards on five punt returns ... also had a 12-yard reception and a 29-yard kickoff return ... first-career start at Houston ... grabbed three catches for 30 yards ... made five catches for 73 yards against Texas ... scored first touchdown of career on an 11 yard reception ... total five catches for 53 yards against Rice ... recorded one catch for 16 yards ... returned three punts for 33 yards versus North Dakota.

2008 Redshirt season ... scout team member. HIGH SCHOOL Coronado High School in Lubbock, Texas ... led Lubbock Coronado High School to an 11-2 record during senior season as a quarterback ... passed for 2,908 yards and 25 touchdowns, while also rushing for 971 yards and 15 more scores ... timed at 4.38 in the 40 ... also timed at 10.7 in the 100M ... named Offensive Player of the Year on the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal’s All-City and Class 5A-4A All-South Plains teams ... received scholarship offers from Iowa State, Rice, Baylor and Arizona ... High School Coach: Butch Henderson. PERSONAL Austin Zouzalik ... born on June 26, 1989, in Lubbock, Texas ... his father, Mark, is selfemployed and a graduate of Texas State ... mother, Cheryl Aycock, is also a graduate of Texas State ... eight siblings; Ashleigh, Katy, Sarah, Caleigh, Corie, Connor, Casey and Jake ... enjoys playing X-Box, wakeboarding, snowboarding and going to the lake ... majoring in business and energy commerce at Texas Tech. CAREER HIGHS Rushes: ____________________________________ 1, vs. Baylor (2009) Rushing Yards: ________________________________ 5, vs. Baylor (2009) Rushing Touchdowns: ____________________________________ None Receptions: __________________________________ 7, vs. Baylor (2009) Receiving Yards: __________________________ 100, vs. Weber State (2010) Receiving Touchdowns: ___________________ 1 4x, vs. Northwestern (2010)* Total Touchdowns: ______________________ 1 5x, vs. Northwestern (2010)* Longest Rush: ________________________________ 5, vs. Baylor (2009) Longest Reception: __________________________55, at New Mexico (2010) Punt Returns: _____________________________ 5, vs. New Mexico (2009) Punt Return Yards: _________________________ 52, vs. New Mexico (2009) Longest Punt Return: ___________________ 26 2x, at Oklahoma State (2009)* All-Purpose Yards: ________________________ 100, vs. Weber State (2010) * Indicates most recent high CAREER STATISTICS PASSING G Att 2010 12 1 2011 9 2 TOTAL 21 3 RECEIVING 2010 2011 TOTAL PUNT RETURNS 2010 2011 TOTAL KICK RETURNS 2010 2011 TOTAL ALL PURPOSE 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 12 9 21 G 12 9 21 G 12 9 21 G 12 9 21

Cmp 0 2 2 Rec 31 13 44 No. 6 11 17 No. 3 3 6

Int 0 0 0

Yds 432 121 553 Yds 5 76 81 Yds 38 68 106 Rush 0 0 0

Yds 0 37 37 TD 2 0 2 TD 0 0 0 TD 0 0 0 Rec 432 121 553

TD 0 1 1 Lg 55 18 55 Lg 16 25 25 Lg 20 21 21 PR 5 76 81

Lg 0 26 26

Pct 0.0 100.0 66.7

Rec/G 2.6 1.4 2.1 Avg/R 0.8 6.9 4.8 Avg/R 12.7 22.7 17.7 KR IR 38 0 68 0 106 0

Avg/P 0.0 18.5 12.3

Avg/C 13.9 9.3 12.6 Avg/G 0.4 8.4 3.9 Avg/G 3.2 7.6 5.0 Total 475 265 740

Avg/G 0.0 4.1 1.8

Effic 0.0 420.4 280.3

Avg/G 36.0 13.4 26.3

Avg/G 39.6 29.4 35.2

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2011 Academic All-Big 12 first team... played in 9 games (2 starts) with 13 receptions and 121 receiving yards... averaged 9.3 yards per catch and 13.4 yards receiving per game... led team making 11 punt returns for 76 yards (6.9 avg.)... also was a perfect 2-for-2 in passing for 37 yards with a touchdown pass... one of three Red Raiders to throw a touchdown on the season (Doege, Karam)... suffered season-ending injury during Texas game... notched two catches for 26 yards and returned two kickoffs for 38 yards at No. 25 Texas (11/5)... made three catches for 15 yards receiving, returned three punts for eight yards and returned a kickoff for 14 yards against Iowa State (10/29)... completed only pass attempt to Seth Doege on a trick play at No. 1 Oklahoma (10/22)... also returned one kickoff for 16 yards and one punt for 22 yards against the Sooners... made one catch for 14 yards and returned two punts for two yards against No. 17 Kansas State (10/15)... caught two passes for 17 yards against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8)... made two catches for 23 yards at Kansas (10/1)... caught one pass for five yards against Nevada (9/24)... became the first Texas Tech non-quarterback to throw for a touchdown since 2010 (WR Detron Lewis-to-WR Darrin Moore, at Oklahoma) when throwing a 26-yard TD pass to WR Darrin Moore with 10:35 left on the clock in the 2nd quarter to give Tech a 28-0 lead at New Mexico (9/17)... also caught one pass for 11 yards against the Lobos with one punt return for 25 yards... made season debut catching one pass for 10 yards in season opener against Texas State (9/3).

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NATIONAL RANKINGS: Rivals (No. 26), Scout (No. 24), ESPN (No. 20) - as of June 1, 2012

Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Lee Adams DL 6-1 264 Micah Awe DB 6-0 192 Javon Bell WR 6-0 175 Reginald Davis WR 6-1 185 Olaoluwa Falemi DB 5-10 170 *Ryan Flannigan LB 6-1 200 Rashad Fortenberry OL 6-4 271 SaDale Foster ATH 5-8 180 *Casey Gladney ATH 6-1 177 Bruce Jones DB 5-9 175 Jared Kaster OL 6-4 268 Trey Keenan OL 6-5 270 #J.J. Lollar DL 6-3 275 La’Darius Newbold DB 6-0 180 Thierry Nguema DB 6-0 175 Clayton Nicholas QB 6-3 205 Chris Payne LB 5-11 191 Chase Robison DL 6-4 228 Anthony Smith DL 6-0 291 Will Smith LB 6-3 220 Michael Starts DL 6-4 282 Austin Stewart DB 6-2 200 %Brian Thomas OL 6-3 319 Keenon Ward ATH 5-9 176 Dominique Wheeler WR 6-1 176 Quinton White RB 5-8 180 Kris Williams LB 6-3 210 * = did not qualify academically, will not attend Texas Tech in the Fall of 2012 # = will enroll in January 2013 due to medical condition % = late signee

SIGNEE BREAKDOWN Lee Adams, Defensive Line, Riverside Community College (Calif.) Signed a National Letter of Intent on Dec. 21, 2011 and enrolled at Texas Tech in January 2012 … will have two years of eligibility and the ability to redshirt … signed with Arizona State out of high school and played in one game as a true freshman … transferred to Riverside in the Spring of 2011 … SUPERPREP JUCO team … was credited with 40 tackles, 12 tackles for loss, seven sacks and seven quarterback pressures … also three pass breakups and a fumble recovery … prepped at Centennial High School in Corona, Calif… registered 80 tackles and five sacks as a senior … CHOSE TEXAS TECH OVER: Boise State, Colorado, Duke, San Jose State, Texas-San Antonio and Washington. “Very powerful at the point of attack and plays with good leverage. Comes from a good junior college program and has been successful.” – Tommy Tuberville Micah Awe, Defensive Back, Summitt High School, Mansfield, Texas Signed a National Letter of Intent … a consensus three-star prospect by Rivals, Scout and ESPN.com … helped lead his team to the second round of the state playoffs in 2011 … named to the 2011 DFW Class 4A All-Area Team … Second-Team Class 4A All-State selection by OldCoach.com … First-Team Class 4A District 7 … Class 4A District 7 Defensive Most Valuable Player. “He takes great pursuit angles and is a very intelligent player. He plays with a chip on his shoulder and is very savvy.” – Tommy Tuberville Javon Bell, Wide Receiver, Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Signed a National Letter of Intent on Dec. 21, 2011 and enrolled at Texas Tech in January 2012 … will have two years of eligibility and the ability to redshirt … signed with South Carolina in the spring of his senior year of high school (Feb. 2010) … SUPERPREP JUCO team … 2011 and 2010 NJCAA Second-Team All-American … caught 69 passes for 939 yards and scored 10 touchdowns during the 2011 season … as a freshman in 2010, he reeled in 46 passes for 1,313 along with 17 touchdowns … prepped at Ribault High School in Jacksonville, Fla., where he caught 48 passes for 1,256 yards and 22 touchdowns as a senior... recorded 29 receptions for 752 yards, an average of 25.9 yards per catch, with 14 WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

Hometown/High School/Previous School Corona, Calif./Centennial/Riverside C.C. Mansfield, Texas/Summitt Jacksonville, Fla./Ribault/Mississippi Gulf Coast C.C. Tenaha, Texas/Tenaha Wilmington, Calif./Banning/L.A. Harbor College Missouri City, Texas/Fort Bend Marshall Tylertown, Miss./Tylertown/Mississippi Gulf Coast C.C. Riverside, Calif./J.W. North/Riverside C.C. Columbia, S.C./Columbia Eastvale, Calif./Roosevelt/Riverside C.C. Altair, Texas/Altair Rice Argyle, Texas/Argyle College Station, Texas/A&M Consolidated Lancaster, Texas/Lancaster Corona, Calif/Santiago Abilene, Texas/Cooper Columbia, S.C./Columbia/Mississippi Gulf Coast C.C. Memphis, Tenn./Christian Brothers Houston, Texas/Spring Westfield Riverside, Calif/Notre Dame/Riverside C.C. Waco, Texas/La Vega Matthews, N.C./Butler/L.A. Pierce J.C. Pearland, Texas/Texas A&M Snyder, Texas/Snyder Crockett, Texas/Crockett College Station, Texas/A&M Consolidated Dallas, Texas/Bryan Adams

touchdowns as a junior … CHOSE TEXAS TECH OVER: Mississippi State, Oklahoma State, South Carolina, Southern Miss and Tennessee. “Has great speed and is very explosive. Was very productive in his two years in junior college and comes from a really good program that won lot of games. He also comes from a good high school program in Ribault High School in Jacksonville (Fla.).” – Tommy Tuberville Reginald Davis, Wide Receiver, Tenaha High School, Tenaha, Texas Signed a National Letter of Intent … a consensus four-star prospect by Rivals, Scout, ESPN. com and MaxPreps … member of the ESPNU 150 … SUPERPREP All-Southwest team … compiled 1,915 yards on 172 attempts during his senior season as a running back … scored an eye-catching 35 touchdowns … as a junior he rushed for 1,346 yards and caught 10 passes for 194 yards … helped lead his team to a Class 1A Division II State Championship in 2011 … in the state championship game, he rushed for 226 yards and three touchdowns, was 10-of-21 passing for 242 yards and two touchdowns and returned a punt 80 yards for a score … named the 2011 Class A State MVP by OldCoach.com … District 12 1A MVP … Class 1A Offensive MVP by the Texas Associated Press Sports Editors … Offensive MVP and First-Team All-State by the TAPSE … CHOSE TEXAS TECH OVER: Kansas, Arkansas, Baylor, Michigan, Missouri, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, TCU and Texas A&M. “Had a great senior year and won a state championship. He is a strong player and is really good with the ball in his hands. I thought he was the best player in any classification at Cowboys Stadium for the state championship games.” – Tommy Tuberville Olaoluwa Falemi, Defensive Back, L.A. Harbor College Signed a National Letter of Intent … will have two years of eligibility and the ability to redshirt … a three-star prospect by Rivals … as a sophomore he recorded 60 tackles (3 ½ for loss), one interception, one fumble recovery, four pass breakups and a blocked kick. “A player with a lot of potential. He is a weight room guy that really works hard on the football field. Despite being only 5-10, he has a huge vertical leap and we think those skills can really help us right away.” – Tommy Tuberville

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Rashad Fortenberry, Offensive Line, Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Signed a National Letter of Intent on Dec. 21, 2011 and enrolled at Texas Tech in January 2012 … will have two years of eligibility and the ability to redshirt … played two different positions during his career at MGCCC … lined up at guard during his freshman season before switching over to tackle as a sophomore … prepped at Tylertown High School in Tylertown, Miss. … CHOSE TEXAS TECH OVER: Louisiana-Lafayette and South Florida. “Rashad is a long offensive tackle that can come in be able to compete right away. Has good size. Had a tremendous sophomore season at Mississippi Gulf Coast and is very well coached. His head coach, Steven Campbell, is also the offensive line coach and they have a good history there of turning out Division I ready offensive linemen.” – Tommy Tuberville

“Was productive a Riverside Community College last fall and only lost one game in two years there. A versatile player that can line up at running back or play slot receiver. His best attributes are probably in the return game.” – Tommy Tuberville Bruce Jones, Defensive Back, Riverside Community College (Calif.) Signed National Letter of Intent … a three-star prospect by Rivals and a two-star prospect by Scout … registered 31 total tackles last season at Riverside, including 17 solo and two tackles for loss … notched four interceptions for 158 yards … 12 pass breakups … one forced fumble … prepped at Roosevelt High School in Eastvale, Calif. … CHOSE TEXAS TECH OVER: New Mexico State. “Very athletic with a 41-inch vertical and runs a 4.3-40. Great man-to-man coverage. He is the type of defensive back that can play in any scheme.” – Tommy Tuberville Jared Kaster, Offensive Line, Altair Rice High School, Altair, Texas Signed a National Letter of Intent on Dec. 21, 2011 and enrolled at Texas Tech in January 2012 … will graduate from high school one semester early and will enroll at Texas Tech in January … will have four years of eligibility plus a redshirt year … a three-star prospect by both Rivals …. Rivals lists him as the No. 5 center prospect in the nation … ESPN.com ranks him as the No. 8 center prospect … a 2010 Class AA All-State Selection … CHOSE TEXAS TECH OVER: Rice. “Smart player and a natural center. A physical player that played on both sides of the ball in high school. The fact that he enrolled early will really help him in his development.” – Tommy Tuberville Trey Keenan, Offensive Line, Argyle High School, Argyle, Texas Signed a National Letter of Intent … a four-star prospect by MaxPreps … a three-star prospect by Rivals, Scout and ESPN.com … SUPERPREP All-Southwest team … athletic lineman with low pad level and the frame to weigh over 300 pounds … shown ability to cut off speed rushers and can dominate the point of attack as a run blocker … helped lead his team to the Class 3A Division II State Championship game against Wimberly … 2011 Class AAA First-Team All-State selection by OldCoach.com … Class 3A First-Team AllState by the Texas Associated Press Sports Editors … CHOSE TEXAS TECH OVER: Air Force, Arizona, Arkansas, Baylor, Boise State, Colorado, Kansas, Kansas State, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi State, North Texas, Oklahoma State, Purdue and Tennessee. “Trey is a strong, physical and very smart football player. He played at a very good high school program at Argyle and made it to the state championship game this past year.” – Tommy Tuberville

J.J. Lollar, Defensive Line, A&M Consolidated High School, College Station, Texas Signed a National Letter of Intent … a consensus three-star prospect by Rivals, Scout and ESPN.com … one of the earliest commitments in the 2012 signing class … led his team to the first round of the state playoffs in 2011 .. First-Team District 12-5A … CHOSE TEXAS TECH OVER: Texas State, Houston, Navy, Rice and Wyoming. “J.J. is extremely strong. He just squatted 755 pounds this past weekend and is going to go for the all-time state record of 800 pounds and he thinks he can get that record. So the one great characteristic is strength. He is weighing in around 285 pounds so we expect him to be able to come in and get on the field early because he can do some things to help us.” – Tommy Tuberville La’Darius Newbold, Defensive Back, Lancaster High School, Lancaster, Texas Signed a National Letter of Intent … a consensus three-start prospect by Rivals, Scout and ESPN.com … member of the Rivals Texas Postseason Top 100 … ranked as the No. 28 cornerback in the country according to Rivals … Second-Team District 15-4A selection in 2011 … SUPERPREP All-Southwest team … CHOSE TEXAS TECH OVER: Arkansas, Baylor, Boise State, Iowa State, Kansas, Kansas State, Memphis, Missouri, Nebraska, North Carolina, North Texas, Notre Dame, Oklahoma State and Texas A&M. “Big-time player. Has the potential to be that big corner that we need to go one-on-one with the tall receivers that we face in the Big 12.” – Tommy Tuberville Thierry Nguema, Defensive Back, Santiago HS, Corona, Calif. Signed a National Letter of Intent on Dec. 21, 2011 and enrolled at Texas Tech in January 2012 … will have four years of eligibility and the ability to redshirt...elected to sit out for the 2011 fall semester….will enroll at midyear as a freshman…recorded 47 tackles and four interceptions during his senior campaign at Santiago (CA.) High School…also made an impact on special teams returning two kickoffs for touchdowns … CHOSE TEXAS TECH OVER: Villanova. “A great cover corner. Has great hips and runs a 4.4-40. For his size, he is very physical.” – Tommy Tuberville Clayton Nicholas, Quarterback, Cooper High School, Abilene, Texas Signed a National Letter of Intent … a four-star prospect by both ESPN.com and MaxPreps … a three-star prospect by both Rivals and Scout … SUPERPREP All-Southwest team … the only quarterback in the 2012 class and one of Tech’s earliest commitments … threw for 2,956 yards (227.4 per-game) and 26 touchdowns during his senior season … helped lead the Cougars to the Class 5A Region I Semifinals against Mansfield Timberview … led the Cougars on a last-minute scoring drive in the area round of the playoffs that sealed a win over Arlington Lamar … connected on a 22-yard touchdown pass as time expired to send the Cougars to the third round of the playoffs for the fourth-straight season … First-Team All-West Texas by OldCoach.com … Second-Team All-Big Country by the Abilene ReporterNews … team offensive MVP. “Clayton is a big and strong player with excellent arm strength. He played in a good high school program at Abilene Cooper and won a lot of games during his career. Most importantly, he is a West Texas guy so we are glad to be able to keep him at home.” – Tommy Tuberville Chris Payne, Linebacker, Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Signed a National Letter of Intent on Dec. 21, 2011 and enrolled at Texas Tech in January 2012 …will have three years of eligibility…signed with South Carolina before enrolling at Mississippi Gulf Coast CC…will enroll at mid-year as a redshirt sophomore…helped Mississippi Gulf Coast Junior College to a 10-2 record…compiled 78 tackles and eight tackles-for-loss…recorded three total sacks last season…also recorded four pass breakups … prepped at Columbia High School in Columbia, S.C. … CHOSE TEXAS TECH OVER: Kentucky, Michigan State and South Florida. “Plays very well in space and will be an outside linebacker/safety for us. He can play either position and he is a guy that can spy the quarterback in a spread offense and chase him down.” – Tommy Tuberville

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SaDale Foster, Athlete, Riverside Community College (Calif.) Signed a National Letter of Intent on Dec. 21, 2011 and enrolled at Texas Tech in January 2012 … will have two years of eligibility and the ability to redshirt … unanimous First-Team All-National Division East Conference selection as a punt returner in 2011 … SUPERPREP JUCO team … helped lead his team to a perfect 11-0 season and a win over Saddleback in the Golden State Bowl … ended his career at Riverside with a 21-1 record in two seasons … as a punt returner, he compiled 24 returns for a 13.4 average and scored one touchdown … also added 22 kick returns for a 28.5 return average … as a wide receiver he caught 56 passes for 750 yards and scored 12 touchdowns … prepped at J.W. North High School in Riverside, Calif. … CHOSE TEXAS TECH OVER: Louisiana Tech, New Mexico State, Sacramento State and Texas-San Antonio.

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Chase Robison, Defensive Line, Christian Brothers High School, Memphis, Tenn. Signed a National Letter of Intent … a consensus three-star prospect by Rivals, Scout and ESPN.com … father, Lanier Robison, played for Coach Tuberville at Arkansas State when Tuberville was an assistant there from 1980-84 … recorded eight sacks as a junior and helped lead his team to the second round of the Tennessee state playoffs … Tennessee Sports Writers Association Division II-AA All-State selection as a senior … CHOSE TEXAS TECH OVER: Arkansas State, Bowling Green, Colorado, East Carolina, Louisana-Lafayette, Louisville, Middle Tennessee State, North Carolina, North Texas and Western Kentucky. “Ran a 4.6-40. He bends very well and plays with great leverage. A definite speed rusher that can really help us.” – Tommy Tuberville Anthony Smith, Defensive Line, Westfield High School, Houston, Texas Signed a National Letter of Intent … a consensus three-star prospect by Rivals, Scout and ESPN.com … helped lead his team to the fourth round of the 2011 state playoffs … preseason Houston Chronicle Top 100 … Second-Team All-Greater Houston in 2011 … CHOSE TEXAS TECH OVER: Arizona State, Boise State, Colorado State, New Mexico, Oklahoma State, San Diego State, Tulsa, Wake Forest and Wyoming.

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1,769 yards on 181 carries and scored 23 touchdowns … as a junior he rushed for 1,218 yards on 155 attempts and scored 20 touchdowns … threw for 2,410 yards and 18 touchdowns … CHOSE TEXAS TECH OVER: Louisiana Tech. “Versatile athlete. Played quarterback in high school and can play in a number of positions here. He is strong, smart football player that can make people miss.” – Tommy Tuberville Dominique Wheeler, Wide Receiver, Crockett High School, Crockett, Texas Signed National Letter of Intent … a four-star prospect by Rivals, Scout and ESPN.com … a three-star prospect by MaxPreps … rated as the No. 23 overall prospect in Texas by Rivals ... 2011 U.S. Army All-American… First-Team District 11-2A … SUPERPREP All-American … SUPERPREP All-Southwest team … helped lead his team to the Class 2A Division I Region III Finals against Tatum … as a senior he compiled 1,622 total yards (13.5 average per-touch) and 15 touchdowns … totaled 753 receiving yards and 770 yard rushing … as a junior he compiled 1,164 rushing yards on 71 attempts and 16 touchdowns … caught six passes for 153 yards and five touchdowns … CHOSE TEXAS TECH OVER: Auburn, Baylor, Clemson, Colorado, Michigan, Missouri, Oklahoma State, SMU, TCU, Texas, Texas A&M and Utah.

“He is an athlete in a big body. He plays with great leverage. His change of direction is really good and he plays with a high motor.” – Tommy Tuberville

“Dominique is probably the best athlete in the state of Texas this year. He is a good basketball player, has the chance to win a state championship in track and led his football team deep in the state playoffs this year. He is dangerous with the ball in his hands and has tremendous speed.” – Tommy Tuberville

Will Smith, Linebacker, Riverside Community College (Calif.) Signed a National Letter of Intent on Dec. 21, 2011 and enrolled at Texas Tech in January 2012 …will enroll at mid-year and have two years of eligibility and the ability to redshirt … SUPERPREP JUCO team … helped Riverside JC to a perfect 11-0 record and a No. 5 national ranking by JC Gridwire…finished the 2011 season at Riverside second on the team with 36 solo tackles and 13 tackles for loss… recorded three interceptions and returned one 75-yards for a touchdown…attended Div. II Northwood University (Mich.) in 2010…recorded 22 tackles during his freshman campaign before transferring to Riverside CC. … prepped at Notre Dame High School in Riverside, Calif. … CHOSE TEXAS TECH OVER: Nevada, New Mexico, New Mexico State and San Jose State.

Quinton White, Running Back, A&M Consolidated High School, College Station, Texas Signed a National Letter of Intent … a three-star prospect by Rivals, Scout and ESPN.com … SUPERPREP All-Southwest team … rushed for 835 yards during his senior season … ran for 1,201 yards and 15 touchdowns as a junior … ranked as the No. 12 running back in the state by Rivals … First-Team All-Central Texas by the Austin American-Statesman … First-Team All-State as a punter by the Texas Associated Press Sports Editors … FirstTeam District 12-5A … CHOSE TEXAS TECH OVER: Air Force, Army, Louisiana Tech, Navy, Texas-San Antonio and Tulsa.

“Another big-time talent. A phenomenal linebacker, a big linebacker (6-3/230), that can run under a 4.5. He has great range and is long and tall. He is the kind of player that can make an immediate impact and make our defense better instantly.” – Tommy Tuberville Michael Starts, Defensive Line, La Vega High School, Waco, Texas Signed a National Letter of Intent … a consensus four-star prospect by Rivals, Scout, ESPN.com and MaxPreps … member of the ESPNU 150 … a three time First-Team District 19-3A selection … U.S. Army All-American … SUPERPREP All-American … SUPERPREP All-Southwest team … CHOSE TEXAS TECH OVER: Auburn, Baylor, Michigan, Notre Dame, Stanford, TCU, Texas and Texas A&M. “A very powerful player. He is a strong side defensive end and a big-time run stopper.” – Tommy Tuberville Austin Stewart, Defensive Back, L.A. Pierce JC (Calif.) Signed a National Letter of Intent on Dec. 21, 2011 and enrolled at Texas Tech in January 2012 … will have three years of eligibility and the ability to redshirt … SUPERPREP JUCO team … played one season at Pierce Junior College outside of Los Angeles, Calif…recorded 26 tackles and pass breakup…made an impact on special teams returning 20 kickoffs for an average of 22.3 yards-per-return…was a member of the 2010 North Carolina state championship as a senior at Butler High School in Matthews, N.C . … CHOSE TEXAS TECH OVER: Florida International, New Mexico, New Mexico State, Northern Colorado, SMU and Western Michigan. “Plays with range and will probably be the biggest safety we have in the secondary. He has a lot of range and great ball skills. A very physical player that will come up and hit you.” – Tommy Tuberville Keenon Ward, Athlete, Snyder High School, Snyder, Texas Signed National Letter of Intent … three-star prospect by Rivals and Scout … MVP District 5-3A … First-Team All-Big Country by the Abilene Reporter-News … First-Team Class 3A All-State by OldCoach.com … Honorable Mention All-State 3A by the Texas Associated Press Sports Editors … helped lead his team to the Region I Semi-Finals against Shallowater … as a senior he connected on 58 of 177 passes for 780 yards and 11 touchdowns … ran for

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“Quinton is an all-purpose back. He catches the ball great out of the backfield. He is strong and can pick up the blitz. He is an intelligent player and was also a First-Team All-State punter.” – Tommy Tuberville Kris Williams, Linebacker, Bryan Adams High School, Dallas, Texas Signed a National Letter of Intent … a consensus three-star prospect by Rivals, Scout and ESPN.com … member of the Dallas Morning News Top 100 … First-Team District 12-4A selection as a junior … Second-Team District 12-4A as a senior … as a senior he recorded 56 tackles, six sacks, 12 tackles for loss and forced two fumbles … CHOSE TEXAS TECH OVER: Arizona State, Arkansas State, Baylor, California, Nevada, New Mexico, SMU, Tulsa and UTEP. “Very athletic. Played on both sides of the ball as he was an H-back on offense and a linebacker. He will be a linebacker for us and is one of our most athletic linebackers. He is multitalented in that he can run, is physical, can rush the passer and can drop back in coverage.” – Tommy Tuberville

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HEAD COACH TOMMY TUBERVILLE Third Season - @TTuberville Regarded as one of the top coaches and recruiters in the collegiate game, Texas Tech Head Football Coach Tommy Tuberville begins his third season in Lubbock as the “High Plains Commander.” In just two seasons, Tuberville has assembled the top two recruiting classes in school history that placed the Red Raiders in the national Top 25 in both 2011 and 2012. That talent is expected to pay huge dividends this season as the Red Raiders seek to get back to a postseason bowl game, while playing in the toughest conference in college football. With the return of Davey O’Brien Semifinalist Seth Doege and nine starters on both sides of the ball, the Red Raiders are poised to make big strides in 2012, and Tuberville could reach 125 career coaching wins by the time Tech opens Big 12 Conference play. He enters his 17th season as a head coach with a career record of 123-72 and his third season at Texas Tech with a mark of 13-12. In year one, Tuberville led the Red Raiders to an 8-5 record and became the first coach in school history to win a bowl game in his first season. Armed with a prolific offense and an improving defense, the Red Raiders secured their 11th consecutive bowl bid by ending the regular-season with back-to-back wins. Tuberville’s strong bowl history proved beneficial for the Red Raiders as he led them to a 45-38 win over Northwestern, which gave Tech its third consecutive win over a Big Ten foe. His successful debut led to a one-year contract extention that will keep him on the Tech sideline through the 2015 season. The excitement for Tuberville’s first season was historic as a new single-season school record for season tickets was established with sales peaking at 46,565. Along the way, Tech also set a new standard for home attendance as an average of 57,107 fans attended the six home games at Jones A&T Stadium. In 10 seasons at Auburn (1999-2008), Tuberville led the Tigers to 85 overall wins, which ranks fourth in school history. The Tigers also won 49 Southeastern Conference games, a number that is the fourth-best mark in the SEC. Tuberville led Auburn to seven-straight bowl appearances, including New Year’s Day bowl games in four of those years. In 2007, Tuberville led Auburn to a 9-4 mark, including a 5-3 record in the Southeastern Conference with wins at No. 4 Florida and a record-setting sixth consecutive win over Alabama in the Iron Bowl. The Tigers concluded the season with an overtime victory over Clemson in the Chick-Fil-A Bowl, marking the program’s fifth bowl victory in the last six seasons. For the second consecutive year, Tuberville was a finalist for the Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year award for his efforts on and off the field. The 2006 season saw Tuberville direct the Tigers to their second season with at least 10 wins in the previous three years with an 11-2 record after a 17-14 victory over Nebraska in the AT&T Cotton Bowl Classic. One of three finalists for the inaugural Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year award, Tuberville’s 2006 squad was the only program in the country to defeat two teams ranked in the top five nationally - National Champion Florida and LSU. Coming off a perfect 13-0 season in 2004, expectations for Tommy Tuberville’s 2005 Auburn squad were modest after the Tigers lost four players to the first round of the NFL draft, including their entire starting backfield. But Auburn surprised many of the experts, finishing 9-3 and earning a share of its fifth Southeastern Conference Western Division title in six years. Auburn ended the regular season with back-to-back victories over Georgia and Alabama - two teams ranked at the time in the top 10 - setting a new school record in the process with 22 victories over a two year period. WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

In 2004, Tuberville led Auburn to its best season ever as the Tigers won a school-record 13 games and captured the SEC Championship and the NOKIA Sugar Bowl title. Auburn won its first conference title since 1989, including its first outright championship since 1987. Auburn defeated five top 15 teams, becoming just the 10th NCAA Division I-A team to finish 13-0 or better. The Tigers earned their first ever berth in a Bowl Championship Series game and defeated VirginiaTech, 16-13 in the Sugar Bowl. For his efforts, Tuberville was named the AFCA, Associated Press, Paul “Bear” Bryant, FCA, SEC and Walter Camp Coach of the Year. The season before Tuberville’s arrival, Auburn finished with a dismal 3-8 overall record and a last place finish in the SEC Western Division. Tuberville guided the program back to the top of the league standings, leading Auburn to an SEC Championship, five Western Division titles including outright championships in 2000 and 2004 and co-championships in 2001, 2002 and 2005. Tuberville has directed Auburn to eight consecutive bowl appearances, including five New Year’s Day bowl berths and three consecutive January 1 bowl games from 2005-07. Tuberville built an Auburn program that excelled both on and off the field. Players flourished under Tuberville’s guidance as Auburn earned 36 first-team All-Southeastern Conference awards, eight All-America honors, 26 SEC All-Freshmen accolades, 57 SEC Player of the Week honors, two SEC Player of the Year awards, two Jacobs Awards presented annually to the league’s top blocker and one Most Valuable Player of the SEC Championship game. Thirty-two players were selected in the NFL Draft including an SEC-record four in the first round of the 2005 Draft. Running backs Ronnie Brown and Carnell Williams were taken second and fifth respectively, while cornerback Carlos Rogers was selected ninth overall and quarterback Jason Campbell was picked 25th in the first round. It also marked the first time in NFL Draft history that an entire backfield from the same team was taken in the first round. Since 2004, 26 Auburn players have been drafted, including 22 in the last five drafts. Of those 22 selections since 2005, almost half were selected in the first two rounds--five first-round selections and five second- round picks. Carnell Williams earned NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year honors in 2005, while in 2006 Marcus McNeill became the first NFL rookie offensive lineman in 16 years to start in the Pro Bowl. McNeill was named to the 2007 Pro Bowl making him just the second NFL lineman ever to be named to the Pro Bowl in their first two years. The East team head coach at the 2006 Hula Bowl, Tuberville is currently on the Board of Trustees of the American Football Coaches Association. For his numerous achievements during his career, Tuberville was inducted into the Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame in February, 2008. Off the field, Auburn earned more than 81 SEC Academic Honor Roll distinctions during Tuberville’s tenure, and when the NCAA released its Academic Progress Report (APR) in February 2006, Auburn football had a multi-year score of 981, which was the highest score among public BCS conference institutions. The program received public recognition from the NCAA for being in the top 10 percentile nationally and was one of only four BCS institutions to earn such distinctions. In May 2008, he participated in the inaugural Armed Forces Entertainment Coaches Tour in the Middle East with fellow college coaches Mark Richt of Georgia, Randy Shannon of Miami (Fla.), Jack Siedlecki of Yale and Charlie Weis of Notre Dame. With a mission to help boost troop morale, the six-day tour made stops at military bases in Germany, Qatar, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates and a visit to the USS Nassau in the Persian Gulf. His support of the military has carried over to Texas Tech as he has played an integral role with Under Armour in hosting two Wounded Warrior Project games at Jones AT&T Stadium (vs. Missouri in 2010 and Oklahoma State in 2011). Tuberville understands the process and commitment it takes to build a successful program. Coaching stops at perennial college football powers University of Miami and Texas A&M and a four-year head coaching stint at the University of Mississippi gave him the background in building and maintaining a successful program. While at Ole Miss from 1995-98, Tuberville posted a 25-20 record. Inheriting a Rebel program plagued by NCAA sanctions and probation, he guided Ole Miss to a winning record in his first season in 1995, despite having just 61 players on scholarship. He did not have a full compliment of scholarship players to work with in any of his four years at Ole Miss.

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By the time he had three recruiting classes under his belt, Tuberville led Ole Miss to an 8-4 mark and a victory in the inaugural Motor City Bowl in 1997. His efforts earned him Associated Press SEC Coach of the Year Honors and American Football Quarterly magazine selected him as runner-up for its Schutt Sports Coach of the Year honor. Prior to becoming head coach at Ole Miss, Tuberville served as defensive coordinator and linebackers coach at Texas A&M for one season. In 1994, he helped lead the Aggies to a 10-0-1 record and No. 8 final ranking by the Associated Press. Under his direction, the Aggie defense finished fourth nationally in scoring defense (13.1 ppg), fifth in total defense (265.5 ypg) and sixth in rushing defense (92.4 ypg). Tuberville served as a member of the University of Miami staff for eight seasons from 1986-93, taking over as defensive coordinator in 1993. While serving on the staffs of Jimmy Johnson and Dennis Erickson at Miami, Tuberville was a defensive coach on teams which won three national championships, posted an 87-9 record and played in nine consecutive New Year’s Day bowls.

He began his coaching career at Hermitage (Ark.) High School where he spent two years as an assistant and two as a head coach. After three straight four-win seasons, Tuberville guided HHS to a 7-3 mark in 1979 before moving to Arkansas State. A 1976 graduate of Southern Arkansas University, Tuberville was a letterman at free safety and a two-year member of the golf team at SAU. He is a 1972 graduate of Harmony Grove High School in Camden, Ark. Tuberville is married to the former Suzanne Fette of Guilford, Ind. They are the parents of two sons, Thomas Tucker and Troy Allen.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS • 16 seasons as a head coach at the collegiate level at Mississippi (1995-98), Auburn (1999-08) and Texas Tech (2010-present) • 123-72 career record: Mississippi (25-20), Auburn (85-40), Texas Tech (13-12) • 63-49 Southeastern Conference record: Mississippi (12-20), Auburn (51-29) • 5-12 Big 12 Record • 11 bowl appearances: Mississippi (2), Auburn (8), Texas Tech (1) • Seven Bowl wins: 1997 Motor City, 2002 Capital One, 2003 Music City, 2004 Sugar, 2006 Cotton, 2007 Chick-Fil-A, 2010 TicketCity • One of just five coaches in NCAA history to win a bowl game at three different schools. • Led Auburn to 13-0 mark, No. 2 national ranking and Sugar Bowl win over Virginia Tech in 2004 • Named AFCA, Associated Press, Paul “Bear” Bryant, FCA, SEC and Walter Camp coach of the year in 2004 • Led Auburn to SEC Championship (2004), five Western Division Titles (2000-02, 04-05) • Auburn: 36 All-SEC First Team selections; eight All-America honors; 26 SEC All-Freshmen accolades; 57 SEC Player of the Week honors; two SEC Player of the Year Awards; two Jacobs Awards, presented annually to the SEC’s top blocker; one SEC Championship Game MVP • Directed Auburn to 85 overall wins, good for fourth in school history • Directed Auburn to seven SEC road wins of 20-plus points since 2002 • In 24 seasons coaching at the Division I level as an assistant and head coach, has been part of 20 winning season, including three national championships (Miami) • Led Auburn to at least one victory against an AP top 10 team in a school-record seven consecutive season from 2001-07 • Coached 65 players that have been drafted in the NFL, including 36 at Auburn • Coached 14 first-round NFL draft picks, including the 1991 first overall pick (Russell Maryland) and four 2004 firstround picks (Ronnie Brown, Carnell Williams, Carlos Rogers, Jason Campbell) • First Auburn coach to win six-straight games over Alabama • 81 SEC Academic Honor Roll distinctions at Auburn • Auburn football had a multi-year score of 981 (APR), the highest score among public BCS conference institutions in 2006 • 1997 SEC Coach of the Year COLLEGIATE COACHING CAREER YEARS COACHING POSITION RECORD 2010-present _______ Head Coach, Texas Tech University ___________________13-12 1999-08 __________ Head Coach, Auburn University ____________________85-40 1995-98 __________ Head Coach, University of Mississippi _________________25-20 1994 ____________ Defensive Coordinator, Texas A&M 1993 ____________ Defensive Coordinator, University of Miami 1986-92 __________ Defensive Coach, University of Miami 1980-84 __________ Assistant Coach, Arkansas State University YEAR-BY-YEAR HEAD COACHING RECORD 1995 __ Mississippi ____ 6-5 _____ 3-5 SEC ____ 5th West 1996 __ Mississippi ____ 5-6 _____ 2-6 SEC ____ 5th West 1997 __ Mississippi ____ 8-4 _____ 4-4 SEC ____ 3rd West ___ 1998 __ Mississippi ____ 6-5 _____ 3-5 SEC ____ 4th West ___ 1999 __ Auburn ______ 5-6 _____ 2-6 SEC ____ 5th West 2000 __ Auburn ______ 9-4 _____ 6-2 SEC ____ 1st West ___ 2001 __ Auburn ______ 7-5 _____ 5-3 SEC ____ t1st West ___ 2002 __ Auburn ______ 9-4 _____ 5-3 SEC ____ t1st West ___ 2003 __ Auburn ______ 8-5 _____ 5-3 SEC ____ 3rd West ___ 2004 __ Auburn ______ 13-0 ____ 8-0 SEC ____ 1st West ___ 2005 __ Auburn ______ 9-3 _____ 7-1 SEC ____ t1st West ___ 2006 __ Auburn ______ 11-2 ____ 6-2 SEC ____ 2nd West ___ 2007 __ Auburn ______ 9-4 _____ 5-3 SEC ____ 2nd West ___ 2008 __ Auburn ______ 5-7 _____ 2-6 SEC ____ t4th West 2010 __ Texas Tech ____ 8-5 _____ 3-5 Big 12 __ 5th South ___ 2011 __ Texas Tech ____ 5-7 _____ 2-7 Big 12 __ 9th Totals __ 16 Years ______ 123-72 ___ 63-49 SEC, 5-12 Big 12 Auburn Mississippi Texas Tech

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As defensive coordinator for the Hurricanes in 1993, Tuberville directed a Miami defense which was ranked No. 3 nationally in scoring defense (12.6 ppg) and No. 5 nationally in pass defense (91.15 ypg). Tuberville began his collegiate coaching career at Arkansas State in 1980, coaching various segments of the Indians’ defense over the next five seasons. During a five-year stay at Arkansas State, Tuberville coached defensive backs, nose guards and linebackers. During his final year at ASU, the Indians advanced to the second round of the NCAA Division I-AA playoffs.

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TUBERVILLE CAREER BACKGROUND TUBERVILLE VS. ALL OPPONENTS Alabama ___________ 7-7 Home: 3-4 Road: 4-3 Appalachian State _____ 1-0 Home: 1-0 Road: 0-0 Arkansas ___________ 6-8 Home: 3-3 Road: 3-4 Neutral: 0-1 Arkansas State________ 3-0 Home: 3-0 Road: 0-0 Auburn ____________ 0-4 Home: 0-2 Road: 0-2 Ball State ___________ 2-0 Home: 2-0 Road: 0-0 Baylor _____________ 1-1 Home: 0-0 Road: 0-0 Neutral: 1-1 Buffalo ____________ 1-0 Home: 1-0 Road: 0-0 Central Florida ________ 2-0 Home: 2-0 Road: 0-0 Clemson ___________ 1-0 Home: 0-0 Road: 0-0 Neutral: 1-0 Colorado ___________ 1-0 Home: 0-0 Road: 1-0 Florida ____________ 3-5 Home: 2-1 Road: 1-3 Neutral: 0-1 Georgia ____________ 7-7 Home: 3-4 Road: 4-3 Georgia Tech _________ 0-2 Home: 0-1 Road: 0-1 Houston ___________ 1-0 Home: 1-0 Road: 0-0 Idaho _____________ 1-0 Home: 1-0 Road: 0-0 Idaho State__________ 1-0 Home: 1-0 Road: 0-0 Indiana State ________ 1-0 Home: 1-0 Road: 0-0

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Iowa State __________ 0-2 Home: 0-1 Road: 0-1 Kansas ____________ 1-0 Home: 0-0 Road: 1-0 Kansas State _________ 1-1 Home: 1-1 Road: 0-0 Kentucky ___________ 2-0 Home: 1-0 Road: 1-0 Louisiana-Monroe _____ 4-0 Home: 4-0 Road: 0-0 Louisiana Tech ________ 3-0 Home: 3-0 Road: 0-0 LSU _____________ 7-7 Home: 5-2 Road: 2-5 Marshall ___________ 1-0 Home: 0-0 Road: 0-0 Neutral: 1-0 Memphis ___________ 2-0 Home: 1-0 Road: 1-0 Michigan ___________ 0-1 Home: 0-0 Road: 0-0 Neutral: 0-1 Mississippi State ______ 9-5 Home: 3-4 Road: 6-1 Missouri ___________ 1-1 Home: 1-0 Road: 0-1 Nebraska ___________ 1-0 Home: 0-0 Road: 0-0 Neutral: 1-0 Nevada ____________ 1-0 Home: 1-0 Road: 0-0 New Mexico _________ 2-0 Home: 0-0 Road: 2-0 New Mexico State ______ 1-0 Home: 1-0 Road: 0-0 North Carolina ________ 0-1 Home: 0-0 Road: 0-0 Neutral: 0-1 Northern Illinois_______ 1-0 Home: 1-0 Road: 0-0

Northwestern ________ 1-0 Home: 0-0 Road: 0-0 Neutral: 1-0 Oklahoma __________ 1-1 Home: 0-0 Road: 1-1 Oklahoma State _______ 0-2 Home: 0-2 Road: 0-0 Ole Miss ___________ 7-3 Home: 3-2 Road: 4-1 Penn State __________ 1-0 Home: 0-0 Road: 0-0 Neutral: 1-0 SMU _____________ 3-0 Home: 2-0 Road: 1-0 South Carolina ________ 3-0 Home: 2-0 Road: 1-0 South Florida ________ 0-1 Home: 0-1 Road: 0-0 Southern California _____ 0-2 Home: 0-1 Road: 0-1 Southern Miss ________ 1-0 Home: 1-0 Road: 0-0 Syracuse ___________ 1-1 Home: 1-0 Road: 0-1 Tennessee __________ 4-3 Home: 2-0 Road: 1-3 Neutral: 1-0 Tennessee-Martin______ 1-0 Home: 1-0 Road: 0-0 Tennessee Tech _______ 1-0 Home: 1-0 Road: 0-0 Texas _____________ 0-2 Home: 0-1 Road: 0-1 Texas A&M __________ 0-2 Home: 0-0 Road: 0-2 Texas State __________ 1-0 Home: 1-0 Road: 0-0 The Citadel __________ 1-0 Home: 1-0 Road: 0-0

Tulane ____________ 3-0 Home: 2-0 Road: 1-0 Vanderbilt __________ 9-1 Home: 5-0 Road: 4-1 Va. Military Institute ____ 1-0 Home: 0-0 Road: 0-0 Neutral: 1-0 Virginia Tech _________ 1-0 Home: 0-0 Road: 0-0 Neutral: 1-0 Washington State ______ 1-0 Home: 1-0 Road: 0-0 Weber State _________ 1-0 Home: 1-0 Road: 0-0 West Virginia_________ 0-1 Home: 0-0 Road: 0-1 Western Carolina ______ 1-0 Home: 1-0 Road: 0-0 Western Kentucky______ 2-0 Home: 2-0 Road: 0-0 Wisconsin __________ 1-1 Home: 0-0 Road: 0-0 Neutral: 1-1 Wyoming ___________ 1-0 Home: 1-0 Road: 0-0 TUBERVILLE TEAMS IN THE TOP 25 POLLS: #24 ________ Sept. 16, 2000 #20 ________ Sept. 23, 2000 #19 ________ Sept. 30, 2000 #15 _________ Oct. 7, 2000 #19 ________ Oct. 14, 2000 #25 ________ Oct. 28, 2000 #22 ________ Nov. 11, 2000 #18 ________ Nov. 18, 2000 #17 _________ Dec. 2, 2000 #20 _________ Jan. 1, 2001 #20 ________ Oct. 20, 2001 #17 ________ Oct. 27, 2001 #24 ________ Nov. 10, 2001 #17 ________ Nov. 17, 2001 #22 _________ Dec. 1, 2001 #24 ________ Oct. 12, 2002 #24 ________ Nov. 16, 2002 #19 _________ Jan. 1, 2003 #6 _________ Aug. 30, 2003 #17 _________Sept. 6, 2003

#19 ________ Oct. 18, 2003 #17 ________ Oct. 25, 2003 #17 _________Sept. 4, 2004 #19 ________ Sept. 11, 2004 #14 ________ Sept. 18, 2004 #9 _________ Sept. 25, 2004 #8 __________ Oct. 2, 2004 #6 __________ Oct. 9, 2004 #4 _________ Oct. 16, 2004 #3 _________ Oct. 23, 2004 #3 _________ Oct. 30, 2004 #3 _________ Nov. 13, 2004 #2 _________ Nov. 20, 2004 #3 __________ Dec. 4, 2004 #3 __________ Jan. 3, 2005 #16 _________Sept. 3, 2005 #21 ________ Oct. 15, 2005 #16 ________ Oct. 22, 2005 #19 ________ Oct. 29, 2005 #17 _________ Nov. 5, 2005 #15 ________ Nov. 12, 2005 #11 ________ Nov. 19, 2005 #7 __________ Jan. 2, 2006 #4 __________Sept. 2, 2006 #4 __________Sept. 9, 2006 #3 _________ Sept. 16, 2006 #2 _________ Sept. 23, 2006 #2 _________ Sept. 28, 2006 #2 __________ Oct. 7, 2006 #11 ________ Oct. 14, 2006 #8 _________ Oct. 21, 2006 #7 _________ Oct. 28, 2006 #6 __________ Nov. 4, 2006 #5 _________ Nov. 11, 2006 #15 ________ Nov. 18, 2006 #10 _________ Jan. 1, 2007 #18 _________Sept. 1, 2007 #17 _________Sept. 8, 2007 #22 ________ Oct. 13, 2007 #18 ________ Oct. 20, 2007 #23 ________ Oct. 27, 2007 #19 _________ Nov. 3, 2007 #18 ________ Nov. 10, 2007 #25 ________ Nov. 24, 2007 #22 ________ Dec. 31, 2007 #10 ________ Aug. 30, 2008 #9 __________Sept. 6, 2008 #9 _________ Sept. 13, 2008 #10 ________ Sept. 20, 2008 #15 ________ Sept. 27, 2008 #13 _________ Oct. 4, 2008 #20 ________ Oct. 11, 2008 #19 ________ Oct. 23, 2011

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TUBERVILLE CAREER BACKGROUND SEC CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES: 1-1 2000 – Atlanta, Ga.: #7 Florida 28, #17 Auburn 6 (December 2, 2000) 2004 – Atlanta, Ga.: #3 Auburn 38, #15 Tennessee 28 (December 4, 2004) BOWL GAMES: 7-3 1997 – Motor City Bowl: Ole Miss 34, Marshall 31 – Pontiac, Mich. (December 26, 1997) 1998 – ***Independence Bowl: Ole Miss 35, Texas Tech 18 – Shreveport, La. (December 31, 1998) 2000 –Citrus Bowl: #17 Michigan 31, #20 Auburn 28 – Orlando, Fla. (January 1, 2001) 2001 –Peach Bowl: North Carolina 16, Auburn 10 – Atlanta, Ga. (December 31, 2001) 2002 – Capital One Bowl: #19 Auburn 13, #10 Penn State 9 – Orlando, Fla. (January 1, 2003) 2003 – Music City Bowl: Auburn 28, Wisconsin 14 – Nashville, Tenn. (December 31, 2003) 2004 – Sugar Bowl: #3 Auburn 16, #9 Virginia Tech 13 – New Orleans, La. (January 3, 2005) 2005 – Capital One Bowl: #21 Wisconsin 24, #7 Auburn 10 – Orlando, Fla. (January 2, 2006) 2006 – Cotton Bowl: #10 Auburn 17, #22 Nebraska 14 – Dallas, Texas (January 1, 2007) 2007 – Chick-Fil-A Bowl: #22 Auburn 23, #15 Clemson 20 – Atlanta, Ga. (December 31, 2007) 2010 – TicketCity Bowl: Texas Tech 45, Northwestern – Dallas, Texas (January 1, 2011) *** = Did not coach in game ON HOMECOMING: 14-2 at Ole Miss: 3-1 at Auburn: 10-0 at Texas Tech: 1-1

TUBERVILLE VS. RANKED OPPONENTS Date Opponent Result Sept. 2, 1995 __ at No. 6 Auburn ________L, 46-13 Sept. 23, 1995 __ vs. No. 20 Georgia ______ W, 18-10 Sept. 30, 1995 __ at No. 3 Florida _________L, 30-10 Oct. 21, 1995 __ at No. 21 Alabama _______ L, 23-9 Sept. 14, 1996 __ vs. No. 15 Auburn _______L, 45-28 Oct. 3, 1996 ___ vs. No. 9 Tennessee ______ L, 41-3 Oct. 19, 1996 __ at No. 7 Alabama________ L, 37-0 Nov. 16, 1996 __ vs. No. 17 LSU__________ L, 39-7 Sept. 13, 1997 __ at No. 16 Auburn ________ L, 19-9 Oct. 4, 1997 ___ at No. 9 Tennessee _______L, 31-17 Oct. 18, 1997 __ at No. 8 LSU __________ W, 36-21 Nov. 22, 1997 __ at No. 14 Georgia________L, 21-14 Nov. 29, 1997 __ at No. 22 Mississippi St. ___ W, 15-14 Nov. 7, 1998 ___ at No. 11 Arkansas _______ L, 34-0 Nov. 21, 1998 __ at No. 14 Georgia________L, 24-17 Nov. 26, 1998 __ vs. No. 25 Mississippi St. ___ L, 28-6 Oct. 2, 1999 ___ at No. 7 Tennessee _______ L, 24-0 Oct. 9, 1999 ___ vs. No. 14 Mississippi St. ___L, 18-16 Oct. 16, 1999 __ vs. No. 7 Florida ________L, 32-14 Nov. 13, 1999 __ at No. 14 Georgia_______ W, 38-21 Nov. 20, 1999 __ vs. No. 8 Alabama _______L, 28-17 Sept. 9, 2000___ at No. 19 Mississippi _____ W, 25-27 Oct. 7, 2000 ___ at No. 20 Mississippi St. ____L, 17-10 Oct. 14, 2000 __ at No. 10 Florida, ________ L, 38-7 Oct. 11, 2000 __ at No. 14 Georgia_______ W, 29-26 Dec. 2, 2000 ___ vs. No. 7 Florida ________ L, 28-6 Jan 1, 2001 ____ vs. No. 17 Michigan ______L, 31-28 Oct. 13, 2001 __ vs. No. 1 Florida _______ W, 23-20 Nov. 10, 2001 __ at No. 19 Georgia_______ W, 24-17 Dec. 1, 2001 ___ at No. 25 LSU __________L, 27-14 Sept. 2, 2002___ at No. 18 USC __________L, 24-17

Oct. 26, 2002 __ vs. No. 10 LSU__________ W, 31-7 Nov. 16, 2002 __ vs. No. 7 Georgia ________L, 24-21 Nov. 23, 2002 __ at No. 9 Alabama________ W, 17-7 Jan. 1, 2002 ___ vs. No. 10 Penn State _____ W, 13-9 Aug. 30, 2003 __ vs. No. 8 USC __________ L, 23-0 Oct. 4, 2003 ___ vs. No. 7 Tennessee _____ W, 28-21 Oct. 11, 2003 __ at No. 7 Arkansas________ W, 10-3 Oct. 25, 2003 __ at No. 9 LSU ___________ L, 31-7 Nov. 8, 2003 ___ vs. No. 20 Mississippi _____L, 24-20 Nov. 15, 2003 __ at No. 7 Georgia ________ L, 26-7 Sept. 18, 2004 __ vs. No. 5 LSU __________ W, 10-9 Oct. 2, 2004 ___ at No. 10 Tennessee _____ W, 34-10 Nov. 13, 2004 __ vs. No. 8 Georgia ________ W, 24-6 Dec. 4, 2004 ___ vs. No. 15 Tennessee _____ W, 38-28 Jan. 3, 2005 ___ vs. No. 9 Virginia Tech ____ W, 16-13 Oct. 22, 2005 __ at No. 7 LSU ________ L, 20-17 (OT) Nov. 12, 2005 __ at No. 9 Georgia _______ W, 31-30 Nov. 19, 2005 __ vs. No. 8 Alabama ______ W, 28-18 Jan. 2, 2006 ___ vs. No. 21 Wisconsin ______ L, 21-7 Sept. 16, 2006 __ vs. No. 6 LSU ___________W, 7-3 Oct. 14, 2006 __ vs. No. 2 Florida _______ W, 27-17 Jan. 1, 2007 ___ vs. No. 22 Nebraska _____ W, 17-14 Sept. 29, 2007 __ at No. 4 Florida ________ W, 20-17 Oct. 20, 2007 __ at No. 5 LSU ___________L, 30-24 Nov. 10, 2007 __ at No. 10 Georgia________L, 45-20 Dec. 31, 2007 __ vs. No. 15 Clemson ______ W, 23-20 Sept. 20, 2008 __ vs. No. 6 LSU __________L, 21-16 Oct. 4, 2008 ___ at No. 19 Vanderbilt ______L, 14-13 Oct. 15, 2008 __ vs. No. 13 Georgia _______L, 17-13 Nov. 29, 2008 __ at No. 1 Alabama________ L, 36-0 Sept. 18, 2010 __ vs. No. 4 Texas _________L, 24-14 Oct. 16, 2010 __ vs. No. 18 Oklahoma St. ____L, 34-17 Nov. 6, 2010 ___ vs. No. 14 Missouri ______ W, 24-17

Nov. 13, 2010 __ at No. 17 Oklahoma ______ L, 45-7 Oct. 8, 2011 ___ vs. No. 23 Texas A&M _____L, 45-40 Oct. 15, 2011 __ vs. No. 17 Kansas State ____L, 41-34 Oct. 22, 2011 __ at No. 1 Oklahoma ______ W, 41-38 Nov. 5, 2011 ___ vs. No. 25 Texas _________L, 52-20 Nov. 12, 2011 __ vs. No. 2 Oklahoma St. ____ L, 66-6 Nov. 25, 2011 __ vs. No. 20 Baylor ________L, 66-42 Tuberville vs. Top 25: 26-45 Tuberville vs. Top 15: 22-28 Tuberville vs. Top 10: 16-22 Tuberville vs. Top 5: 4-5 Tuberville vs. Top Ranked Opponents: 2-1

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VICTORIES OVER NO. 1 RANKED OPPONENTS October 13, 2001 – Auburn 23, #1 Florida 20 (Auburn, Ala.) October 22, 2011 - Texas Tech 41, #1/3 Oklahoma 38 (Norman, Okla.) - Snapped OU’s 39-game home win streak which was the longest active streak in the NCAA at the time.

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OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR NEAL BROWN Third Season - @CoachNealBrown Neal Brown, one of the bright young minds in college football, begins his third season as the offensive coordinator at Texas Tech University. The 2011 season, Brown’s second in charge of the Texas Tech offense, led the way to a unit that ranked 13th nationally in total offense at 470.58 yards-per-game and 22nd in scoring at 33.83 pointsper-game. Under his tutelage, quarterback Seth Doege became a semifinalist for the Davey O’Brien Award and led the nation in completions per-game at 33.17. Doege orchestrated the seventh best passing attack in the country as the Red Raiders averaged 345.42 yardsper-game through the air. In his first year at Texas Tech and in the rugged Big 12 Conference, Brown produced one of the best offensive units in the league. His 2010 squad finished fourth in the conference in total offense (460.2 yards-per-game) and fourth in scoring at 33.1 points-per-game. Most impressively, Brown inherited a team that finished last in the league in rushing offense in 2009 (84.0 yards-per-game) and increased that total by an average of 57 yards-per-game and the Red Raiders finished in ninth in 2010 (141.3 yards-per-game). Under his guidance, quarterback Taylor Potts threw for 3,726 yards and finished third in the league in passing (286.6 yards-per-game), third in touchdown passes (35), fourth in total offense (286.9 yards-per-game) and fifth in passing efficiency (141.1). Potts was named the offensive MVP of the TicketCity Bowl and was named the AT&T All-America Player of the Week on Oct. 15. Wideout Lyle Leong also benefitted under Brown’s system as he hauled in 19 touchdown passes which was the second most in the country. Leong compiled 926 yards passing and that mark ranked sixth in the Big 12. Brown, 31, came to Texas Tech from Troy University (Troy, Ala./Sun Belt Conference) in 2010 where he spent four seasons with the Trojans, including the last two as quarterbacks coach and offensive coordinator. During his tenure at Troy, the Trojans won four consecutive conference titles and earned three bowl invitations. Despite being the youngest offensive coordinator in the FBS, Brown’s impact on the Trojan offense was impressive as his unit ended the 2009 season ranked third nationally in total offense (485.6 yards-per-game) fourth in passing (336.5 yards-per-game) and 16th in scoring (33.69 points-per-game). The Trojan offense dominated the Sun Belt Conference as they led the league in scoring, total offense, passing, pass efficiency and first downs. In his first season as offensive coordinator in 2008, the Trojans’ fast-paced no huddle offense set 10 school records, including the most total yards in a season, most first downs in a season, most total yards in a game, most first downs in a game, and most pass completions in a game. In his first season as offensive coordinator, Brown led the Trojans to a national ranking of 26 in total offense with 421.42 yards-per-game. He also led the Trojans rushing attack to a 36th-place national ranking, while the passing game came in at 32. The Trojans were the 23rd-highest scoring team in the country in 2008, averaging 33.25 points-per-game under Brown’s leadership. In addition, Troy ranked in the top three of every major offensive category in the Sun Belt during the 2008 season. As the offensive coordinator, Troy won two outright conference championships and played in two bowl games. He also tutored the 2009 Sun Belt Player of the Year in quarterback Levin Brown. Brown was second in total offense and sixth in passing while setting numerous school records. During Brown’s first two seasons at Troy he coached the inside receivers. In 2007, the Trojan offense was among the nation’s leaders in scoring, total offense, passing, rushing, and most plays from scrimmage.

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In Brown’s first season at Troy, he helped transform the Trojan offense from one of the worst in all of college football to a unit that led the Sun Belt Conference. Brown, along with outside receivers coach Shayne Wasden, led a receiving corp that finished the season with three receivers ranked among the top 10 in the conference. Brown went to Troy after serving as wide receivers coach at the University of Delaware, a perennial Division I-AA power. He started three freshmen in the Blue Hens’ spread attack and led them to a 6-5 record. Prior to his stint at Delaware, Brown served as wide receivers coach and quarterbacks coach at NCAA Division I-AA Sacred Heart in 2004; leading the Fairfield, CT school to a record of 6-4 overall and the top-ranked scoring offense in the conference. Brown came to Sacred Heart after working as tight ends coach and offensive line assistant at the University of Massachusetts. In 2003, he helped lead the Minutemen to a share of the Atlantic-10 title and a berth in the NCAA Division I-AA playoffs. He earned his undergraduate degree in Business Management in 2002 and his Master’s in Business Administration in 2005, both from the University of Massachusetts. Brown earned two letters as a wide receiver at UMass, catching 58 passes for 721 yards and four touchdowns while being named to the Atlantic-10 All-Academic and the NCAA Division I-AA Athletic Director’s Academic All-Star Team as a senior. The Danville, KY native played his first three seasons at the University of Kentucky. While at Kentucky, Brown earned two letters and participated in the Outback and Music City Bowls. He was also a member of the Southeastern Conference’s All-Academic Team all three seasons. Brown is a member of the Boyle County Baseball and Football Hall of Fame. He is married to the former Brooke Stewart, and the couple has two daughters Adalyn and Anslee.

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DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR ART KAUFMAN First Season

He again served as the Rebels’ defensive coordinator and linebacker coach for the next six years. During his second stint at Ole Miss, Kaufman helped the Rebels to four straight bowl berths (1997-2000), and his 1999 defense ranked fourth nationally in rushing defense. A native of Dermott, Ark., Kaufman has three daughters: Tara, Taylor and Madison.

Art Kaufman, a 28-year coaching veteran, begins his first season as defensive coordinator at Texas Tech University. Kaufman joins the Red Raiders from the University of North Carolina and brings with him 10 years of experience as a defensive coordinator at the Division I level. He is the first coach to occupy the defensive coordinator position at Texas Tech and possess more than three years of experience in Division I since Greg McMackin was hired in 2000. In 2011, Kaufman was named the defensive coordinator for the Tar Heels when Everett Withers was given the title of interim head coach. Kaufman served the first two years at North Carolina as the linebackers coach. He helped guide the Tar Heels to a No. 48 national ranking in total defense in 2011, a No. 26 ranking in rush defense and an appearance against Missouri in the Independence Bowl. Under his guidance, Carolina developed several outstanding linebackers, including 2011 NFL Draft picks Bruce Carter (second round, Dallas) and Quan Sturdivant (sixth round, Arizona), and current standouts Kevin Reddick and Zach Brown. Despite injuries to Sturdivant and Carter in 2010, the Tar Heels still finished fourth in the ACC and 30th in the country in total defense. Reddick and Brown were the team’s top tacklers.

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Carolina’s linebackers helped lead a defense that finished first in the ACC and sixth in the nation in total defense in 2009. The Tar Heels were 10th in the nation against the run and finished 13th in scoring defense. Carolina was the only defense in the country to finish among the top 15 in total yards allowed, scoring, rushing, passing, pass efficiency, third down percentage and tackles for losses. Sturdivant earned All-ACC honors and Carter was a second-team pick. Kaufman, who has coached in 12 bowl games, helped lead Southern Miss to a victory over Troy in the New Orleans Bowl in 2008. A former defensive coordinator at Mississippi, Kaufman also has coached at Middle Tennessee State, East Carolina, Arkansas Tech and Louisiana Tech. Kaufman spent three seasons at Middle Tennessee as the Blue Raiders linebackers coach and two seasons as defensive line coach at East Carolina. Prior to joining the staff at ECU, Kaufman spent two seasons as the defensive coordinator and linebackers coach at Arkansas Tech. A 1980 graduate of the University of Arkansas at Monticello, Kaufman had two stints at Mississippi, coaching in Oxford for a total of 10 years. He spent six years as the Rebels’ defensive coordinator and linebackers coach. Kaufman was a two-time All-America linebacker during his playing days at ArkansasMonticello and followed his four-year career with the Boll Weevils by taking a graduate assistant position at Delta State University. He earned his first full-time coaching job in 1983 when he became the outside linebackers coach at Northwestern State University (La.). In 1987, he was named defensive coordinator/ linebackers coach at Northwestern State. He left there the following year for Ole Miss to coach the Rebels’ outside linebackers and defensive ends. While at Ole Miss, Kaufman helped guide the Rebels to back-to-back bowl appearances (1989 Liberty Bowl and 1991 Gator Bowl) for the first time since the 1970s. Four years later, Kaufman was named the defensive coordinator/linebacker coach at Louisiana Tech University, where he remained until returning to Ole Miss in 1995. In 1992, his defensive unit ranked in the top five nationally.

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INSIDE RECEIVERS

DEFENSIVE BACKS SONNY CUMBIE Third Season - @SonnyCumbieTTU

JOHN LOVETT First Season

Once the quarterback in one of Texas Tech’s biggest bowl wins, Sonny Cumbie begins his third season as inside receivers coach at his alma mater.

John Lovett, a 34-year coaching veteran at the collegiate level, joined the Texas Tech Football staff on Dec. 12, 2011 after serving two years as the defensive coordinator at Miami. He will go through his first season at Texas Tech in the fall of 2012.

The 2011 Red Raiders featured the seventh best passing offense in nation as Texas Tech rang up 4,145 yards passing. A total of 13 different receivers totaled 10 or more catches over the course of the season and were led by Eric Ward’s 84 catches for 800 yards. In Cumbie’s first season in 2010, the Red Raiders piled up 4,146 receiving yards along with 39 touchdowns. Tech’s 39 receiving touchdowns was one better than the Red Raiders totaled in 2009. Inside receiver Detron Lewis led the squad with 87 catches on the season and finished second with 852 receiving yards. During his career as a football player at Texas Tech, Cumbie worked diligently and waited patiently for his chance to serve as starting quarterback in the prolific Tech offense--and in 2004, he earned the spot and led the Red Raiders to an 8-4 season. During that season, Cumbie twice led the Red Raiders to 70+ point games and capped off the season with a 520 yard MVP performance in the 2004 Holiday Bowl victory over (then) #4 California. Cumbie still holds the Holiday Bowl record for most passing yards. He finished the season with 4,472 yards passing--fifth-best in school history, and 7th best in NCAA History. He was an Honorable Mention performer on the field and All Big 12 Performer in the classroom. Following a successful career at Texas Tech, Cumbie went on to play for the Los Angeles Avengers of the Arena Football League (AFL). As a rookie in 2006, Cumbie started 12 games and set a franchise record for most passes attempted without an interception: 252. He was named the AFL All-Rookie Team Quarterback and was a finalist for Rookie of the Year. Upon completion of the 2006 season, Cumbie was signed by the Baltimore Ravens. In 2007 Cumbie was back in the AFL, leading the Avengers to their 1st playoff victory in franchise history, throwing for 83 touchdowns. From 2005-2009, during the AFL’s off seasons, Cumbie served on the Texas Tech Sports Network as an analyst. He was able to stay closely involved with Tech football while broadcasting their games and offering the insights of a former player. After the Arena Football League suddenly ceased operations before the start of the 2009 season, Cumbie became the Head Coach and Director of Player Personnel for the San Angelo Stampede of the Indoor Football League. Four games into the season, Cumbie also added starting quarterback to his list of responsibilities. Once again, as he had with the Avengers, Cumbie lead a franchise to the playoffs and its first playoff win in the team’s history. Cumbie and his wife, Tamra, are both natives of Snyder, Texas, and graduates of Texas Tech. Cumbie graduated from Texas Tech with a Bachelor’s Degree in History while his wife has a Master’s Degree in Technical Communication.

Lovett, a native of Nyack, N.Y., joins the Red Raiders after spending two years (2009 and 2010) as the defensive coordinator at the University of Miami (Fla.). Lovett brings 20 years of coaching experience to the Texas Tech sideline, including stints as defensive coordinator at Miami (Fla.), Bowling Green, Clemson, Auburn, Maine and Cincinnati. Lovett and Tuberville first coached together at Ole Miss between 1995-1998 and then again at Auburn from 19992001. He served as Tuberville’s defensive coordinator at Auburn until 2001 before leaving for the same position at Clemson in 2002. At Miami, he tutored a defensive unit that ranked 29th in total defense in 2009 and featured All-America and Jim Thorpe Award Semifinalist defensive back Brandon Harris, First Team All-ACC Defensive Lineman Allen Bailey and Second Team All-ACC linebackers Darryl Sharpton and Colin McCarthy. Sharpton ended up a fourth round selection of the Houston Texans. Prior to his tenure in South Florida, Lovett served as the special team coordinator and was a defensive assistant at North Carolina in 2007 and 2008. He spent two seasons as defensive coordinator at Bowling Green from 2005-06. In addition to coordinating the defense at Bowling Green, Lovett coached linebackers in 2005 and defensive backs in 2006. In his first year with the Falcons, Lovett’s defense ranked 20th in the country in turnover margin. Lovett served as the defensive coordinator at Clemson from 2002-04, and helped develop one of the ACC’s top defenses, while defensive backs Justin Miller and Brian Mance earned All-America honors. In 2004, Clemson was 11th in the nation in pass defense efficiency (103.4) and 26th in total defense (327.3). In 2003, his defense allowed just 19.2 points per game as Clemson finished the year with nine wins and a top 25 national ranking. As the defensive coordinator at Auburn from 1999-2001, Lovett helped lead the Tigers to bowl games each of his last two years including an appearance in the 2001 Peach Bowl. Lovett coached the secondary all four years he was at Ole Miss (1995-98), including the 1997 season when the Rebels had an 8-4 overall record, including a victory in the Motor City Bowl. Prior to coaching at Mississippi, Lovett worked as defensive coordinator at the University of Maine for two stints. He first went to Orono in 1985 and served as the defensive coordinator and secondary coach from 1985-88, and then returned in 1994 to serve as defensive coordinator for the Black Bears. The 1987 team won the conference championship and qualified for the Division I-AA playoffs. Lovett began his career in coaching at Saint Joseph’s Region High School in Montvale, N.J., in 1976. He started his college career in 1978 at Union College in New York, where he worked until 1982. Lovett spent the 1983 season in the Ivy League at Brown, and then moved back to New York to work under Joe Walton as the New York Jets’ defensive quality control coach in 1984. In 1989, he joined head coach Tim Murphy at the University of Cincinnati, where he remained until 1992. In 1993, he coached at UNLV as the secondary coach. Lovett graduated from C.W. Post College in December of 1973 and was inducted into the school’s Hall of Fame in fall 2008. He initially was a walk-on, but quickly earned a scholarship and served as the team’s co-captain as a senior in 1973. At the completion of his career, he enrolled in graduate school at the University of Denver and he earned his Master’s Degree in 1975. The next year he entered the coaching profession. He and his wife Carol reside in Lubbock.

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OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS/ENDS TOMMY MAINORD Third Season

ROBERT PRUNTY Third Season

Tommy Mainord begins his third season as Texas Tech’s outside receivers coach after joining the Red Raiders from Lamar University in February of 2010.

Robert Prunty, the 2010-11 and 2011-12 Big 12 Recruiter of the Year, begins his third season at Texas Tech as defensive ends coach.

The 2011 Red Raiders featured the seventh best passing offense in nation as Texas Tech rang up 4,145 yards passing. A total of 13 different receivers totaled 10 or more catches over the course of the season and were by led Eric Ward’s 84 catches for 800 yards.

Prunty, who joined the Red Raiders in 2010 from Hargrave Military Academy, put his mark on the Red Raider football program almost immediately. Prunty was an integral part in signing the highest rated football recruiting class in school history in 2011. For his efforts, he was named the 2010-11 Big 12 Recruiter of the Year by both Rivals and Scout.

In Mainord’s first year at Tech, the Red Raiders piled up 4,146 receiving yards along with 39 touchdowns. Mainord also tutored one of the most dynamic receivers in the nation in Lyle Leong. Leong finished the 2010 season with 19 touchdown catches, which was the second most in the country. Mainord was named offensive coordinator at Lamar in September of 2008 as the Cardinals began preparations for their return to the gridiron in 2010. Lamar had not fielded a football program in over 20 years.

Mainord came to Sam Houston after working the previous six years as an assistant coach at his alma mater, Tarleton State. He served as a student assistant and graduate assistant before taking over as quarterbacks and running backs coach for the Texans in 2002. In 2004, he coached both quarterbacks and running backs, including Derrick Ross who earned NCAA Division II honorable mention All-America honors and was an NCAA All-Region and All-Lone Star Conference first team selection as well. Ross gained 1,560 yards in 10 games. His yardage was the best rushing total by an LSC back in 14 seasons. Mainord produced two All-LSC running backs in 2003 (Joe Morrison and Carl Steward) as the Texans went 8-4 to claim a second consecutive LSC North Division title. Morrison was a first team selection while Steward earned second team honors.

Prunty’s football knowledge and the ability to recruit were the reasons he was brought on board to help Tommy Tuberville install a championship level football program. Since 2002, Prunty served as the head football coach at Hargrave Military Academy where 27 of his players went on to the National Football League (NFL). Since 1999, the academy has been responsible for six first-round draft choices including two first-round players coached by Prunty. The academy has also produced two players faced by Texas Tech in bowl games: Virginia offensive tackle Branden Albert and Mississippi defensive tackle Peria Jerry. Albert and Perrywere first-round picks by Kansas City and Atlanta, respectively. Prior to his tenure at Hargrave, Prunty led a resurgence at Gretna High School in Gretna, Va., as he redirected a program that lost 44 consecutive games between 1991-1995 and went 11-1 in his final season there in 2001. Gretna went on to become a powerhouse, winning multiple state championships. Prunty is a Chatham, Va., native and a 1983 Hargrave Military Academy graduate. He earned his bachelor’s degree in social work from Alabama A&M in 1987. Coach Prunty and his wife Kimberly have a son, Robert Prunty Jr., and a daughter Gabrielle.

Tarleton State rolled up 1,773 yards and scored 24 touchdowns on the ground in 2001 as the Texans went 10-3 to earn a No. 10 national ranking and advance to the NCAA Division II quarterfinals. In 2000, Mainord’s running backs gained more than 1,675 yards. Mainord played varsity baseball at TSU before joining the Texan football program as a student assistant coach in 1999. He earned both a bachelor’s degree in health and sports science (2000) and a masters degree in education (2001) from Tarleton State. Mainord is the son of former Texas Tech assistant coach Carlos Mainord who spent 15 total seasons with the Red Raiders. He and his wife, Tiffany, have a daughter, Maecee and a son, Davis.

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Prior to his stint at Lamar, he served as the co-offensive coordinator at Sam Houston State in 2008 while recruiting west Houston for the Bearkats. Mainord coached D.D. Terry who rushed for a school-record 1,328 yards to rank seventh nationally among football championship subdivision schools and led the Southland Conference with 132.8 yards per game. He was also a first team All-Southland pick and one of 16 finalists for the Walter Payton Award as the Division I FCS Offensive Player of the Year.

His recruiting skills again paid off for the Red Raiders in 2012 as Texas Tech landed its secondhighest rated class in school history. And yet again, Prunty was named the Big 12 Recruiter of the Year by Scout.com and Fox Sports.

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RUNNING BACKS

DEFENSIVE LINE CHAD SCOTT Third Season - @CoachChadScott

FRED TATE First Season

Chad Scott, who began the transformation of the Tech ground game in 2010, enters his third season as the running backs coach at Texas Tech.

Fred Tate, a 15-year coaching veteran, begins his first season as the defensive line coach at Texas Tech.

Scott’s efforts to improve the ground game were more than obvious in the first half of the 2011 season as Texas Tech was on pace to have its best year rushing since the late 1990’s, before injuries began to take their toll. Junior running back Eric Stephens was on pace for 1,000-plus rushing yards as he compiled 580 yards in the first five games before suffering a season-ending knee injury against Texas A&M. True freshman running back DeAndre Washington helped pick up the slack by rushing for 382 yards before he too became victim to a season-ending knee injury in game No. 11 at Missouri. As a unit, his running backs compiled 1,516 yards rushing. In his first season, Scott molded a group of running backs that had finished last in team rushing in 2009 and moved them up three spots to ninth in just one year. Prior to his arrival, the Red Raiders averaged just 84.0 yards-per-game in 2009 and that figure rose to 141.3 in 2010 and that put Tech in ninth place in the team rushing totals in the Big 12. The Red Raiders averaged 4.2 yards-per-carry and racked up 17 rushing touchdowns. Prior to coming to Lubbock, Scott’s group of running backs at Troy rushed for 1,939 yards in 2009 and was responsible for 25-of-29 total touchdowns on the ground. His efforts helped Troy to a third place finish in the national statistical rankings for total offense at 485.6 yards-per-game. In 2008, he was part of the staff that led the Trojans to a national ranking of 26th in total offense with 421.42 yards per game, and 23rd in scoring offense averaging 33.25 points per game. He also led the Trojans rushing attack to a 36th-place national ranking, while the passing game came in at 32. In three seasons, Scott has made a big impact on the Troy rushing attack. The run game made significant strides, ranking 35th in the country in 2007, and 36th in 2008. In Scott’s first two seasons at Troy, he coached an all Sun-Belt Conference player at running back in Kenny Cattouse and DuJuan Harris. Harris eclipsed the century mark in 2008, his first year as a starter, ranking second in the conference in rushing with 1,077 yards. He also finished fifth in the league in scoring and first in the league in receptions amongst all running backs. In 2009, Scott’s last season at Troy, he coached the Sun Belt Conference Freshman of the Year Shawn Southward who also ranked fifth in the nation amongst all freshmen with 10 total rushing touchdowns. Off the field, Scott is quickly becoming known by his colleagues and others to be a great recruiter. Scott came to Troy from the University of North Carolina, where he served as a graduate assistant, and was primarily tasked with breaking down opponent video and game video in 2006 and 2007. Prior to his coaching career, Scott was a two-year letterwinner at running back for the University of Kentucky from 2000-02. As a freshman, he led the Wildcats with 611 rushing yards and was named to the All-SEC Freshman Team, as well as being named a Third-Team Freshman All-American. As a sophomore, he played in eight games and was slowed with an ankle injury which limited him to 210 rushing yards. After sitting out as a transfer in 2002, Scott played in 10 games as a junior for the University of North Carolina in 2003. That season he rushed for 182 yards. As a senior, he ranked seventh in the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC), averaging 72.4 yards per game on the ground for the Tar Heels. He also totaled 796 yards and eight touchdowns during his senior season for North Carolina. Following his collegiate playing career, Scott tried his hand in the National Football League (NFL), where he spent time with three illustrious franchises in the Cleveland Browns (2005), Pittsburgh Steelers (2005) and New York Giants (2005-06). A native of Plant City, Fla., Scott received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from the University of North Carolina in 2004. He is married to the former Shambrica Jones of Yazoo City, Miss., and the couple has one daughter, Kori Cherrell. WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

Tate comes to Texas Tech after spending the last two seasons as the safeties (2010) and defensive line coach (2011) at Marshall University (Conference USA). Prior to his time at Marshall, he spent time as the defensive line coach at both TennesseeChattanooga and Southern Miss. While at Southern Miss, one of his Golden Eagle defenders, Tom Johnson, earned AllConference USA honors in 2005. USM finished 7-5 in 2005 and 9-5 in 2006. The 2005 squad was New Orleans Bowl Champions with a 31-19 victory over Arkansas State. The 2006 Eagles claimed the Conference USA East Division title, played Houston in the C-USA Championship Game and defeated Ohio University 28-7 in the GMAC Bowl. Tate’s coaching career began in 1997 at East Central Community College in Mississippi where he coached tight ends and receivers. He moved to Jacksonville State in 1998 and served as the defensive line and special teams coach for two years. While with the Gamecocks, he mentored Mark Word who played in the National Football League for the Kansas City Chiefs and the Cleveland Browns. The 2000 season saw him return to the junior college level, coaching the defensive line, punting and kicking teams at East Mississippi Community College. He served as the defensive line coach at Southwest Texas State in 2001 and at Middle Tennessee in 2002. At Southwest Texas, he guided Clenton Ballard to All-America status. Ballard went on to play in the NFL for the Jacksonville Jaguars and the San Diego Chargers. Tate joined former Southern Mississippi defensive coordinator John Thompson at East Carolina in 2003. He coached the Pirates’ outside linebackers for two years and assisted with special teams. A native of Hattiesburg, Miss., Tate enlisted in the United States Army upon high school graduation. He served five years as a combat engineer in the U.S. Army Airborne. Following his service, Tate attended East Central Community College in Decatur, Miss., where he was a JC Gridwire All-America selection as a sophomore and was voted the Most Valuable Offensive Player of the National Junior College All-Star Game. His playing career continued at Southern Mississippi, playing defensive end and tackle in 1995 and 1996 for Coach Bower. The Golden Eagles were charter members of Conference USA in 1996 and won the league’s first football championship that season with a 4-1 mark. The 8-3 overall record included a victory over Georgia and a seven-game winning streak. Tate earned his bachelor’s degree from Southern Miss in 1997.

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OFFENSIVE LINE

STRENGTH & CONDITIONING CHRIS THOMSEN First Season

JOE WALKER Third Season

Chris Thomsen, who led Division II Abilene Christian to seven of the best years in ACU football history, was named offensive line coach at Texas Tech in February 2012.

Joe Walker begins his third season as the head strength and conditioning coach for Red Raider football.

While at ACU, Thomsen helped turn the program into a national contender as he led the Wildcats to a 47-15 record during his seven seasons as head coach. He earned the Lone Star Conference South Division Coach of the Year award four times during his tenure after leading the Wildcats to the NCAA Division II playoffs six consecutive seasons. ACU is one of four schools to have reached the NCAA Division II playoffs in each of the last six seasons, joining Northwest Missouri State, North Alabama, and Albany State (Ga.) Prior to Thomsen’s arrival in 2005, ACU hadn’t won a Lone Star Conference championship since 1977 and hadn’t won an outright championship since 1973, but Thomsen led ACU to undisputed league crowns in 2008 and 2010, posting perfect regular seasons in both years.

His arrival at Auburn in 2007 was not his first stint with the Tigers as he served as a graduate assistant from May 2003 until May 2005 where he worked directly with the football program then led by Tuberville. Following his graduate assistantship at Auburn, he moved to Texas where he served as an assistant strength coach at TCU from May 2005 until January 2007. Walker also gained experience through brief stints at Kansas State and Pittsburgh. Walker earned a bachelor’s degree in recreation management/fitness option from Lockhaven University in 2002 and a master’s degree in adult education from Auburn in 2004. He and his wife Lauren have two sons, Caden and Colby.

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While at ACU he’s coached four NFL draft choices (Danieal Manning, 42nd pick, second round by the Chicago Bears in 2006; Johnny Knox, fifth-round pick by the Bears in 2009; Bernard Scott, sixth-round pick by the Cincinnati Bengals in 2009; Clyde Gates, fourth-round pick by the Miami Dolphins in 2011); an NFL Pro Bowl selection (Knox in 2009) a Harlon Hill Award winner (Scott in 2008), the award that is the NCAA Division II equivalent of the Heisman Trophy; and a Gene Upshaw Award winner (Sam Collins in 2008), signifying the top lineman in NCAA Division II football.

Walker joiined the Red Raiders in 2010 after spending two seasons as an assistant strength coach at Auburn, as he joined the Tiger staff in February 2007.

Thomsen’s 2010 team not only won the LSC championship outright, but also became the first team in program history to post an 11-0 regular-season record. ACU finished the season 11-1 after losing to Central Missouri in the first round of the NCAA Division II playoffs. The 2010 Wildcats won four games against top-25 teams, including three on the road, none bigger than a 41-34 win over rival West Texas A&M on Nov. 6 in Canyon. The Wildcats rallied from 14 points down to start the fourth quarter to beat the Buffs. The Wildcats finished the season ranked seventh in the nation in total offense, ninth in passing offense, second in scoring offense, and led the nation with just eight turnovers. Thomsen was voted the LSC South Division Coach of the Year for the fourth time in six seasons. Before becoming the Wildcats’ head coach, Thomsen had been an assistant at the University of Central Arkansas the previous two seasons where he served as the offensive line coach and recruiting coordinator for the Bears. Thomsen, who played high school football in Vernon, Texas, was a second team all-America as a senior at ACU in 1993 after leading Lone Star Conference tight ends in receiving with 34 catches for 426 yards and eight touchdowns. He helped the Wildcats finish 7-3 in 1993 on his way to earning first team all-LSC honors. He was named to the school’s all-decade team for the 1990s. Prior to transferring to ACU, Thomsen played football three seasons (1988-90) and baseball one season (all-America and all-Southwest Conference with 21 home runs and a .373 batting average) at TCU before being selected in the 17th round of the Major League Baseball Amateur Draft by the Oakland Athletics. Thomsen went on to play for two seasons in Oakland’s minor league system. Thomsen and his wife, LeAnn, reside in Lubbock. This is a condensed bio. The full bio resides at texastech.com

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SUPPORT STAFF

Carlos Alvarado Graduate Assistant/Defense

Jennie Bailey Administrative Asst/Recruiting

Benny Conger Assistant Equipment Manager

Don Dunn Director/High School Relations

Arnold Gamber Director/Athletic Training

Jeff Howard Graduate Assistant/Defense

Jeff Jones Manager/FTF

Justin Keown Graduate Assistant/Offense

Kevin Kilmer Graduate Assistant/Offense

Andy Lutz Assistant AD/Football

Tommy McVay Director/Football Operations

Jim Nichols Director/Pro & Player Relations

Kevin Oliver Graduate Assistant/Admin.

Scott Parr High School Relations

Steve Pincock Assistant Athletic Trainer

Zane Perry Head Equipment Manager

Bryan Schneider Assistant Athletic Trainer

Jordan Seawright Assistant Equipment Manager

Orlando Smith Assistant Strength Coach

Gur Minder Thind Assistant Strength Coach

Amy Tressler Administrative Assistant

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Kirstie Sherman Administrative Asst/Head Coach

Aaron Uzell Assistant Strength Coach

Jeremy Smith Sports Broadcasting

Laura Vandergriff Administrative Assistant

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2011 SEASON REVIEW

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• Game-By-Game Results • Indvidual Statistics • Team Statistics • Superlatives • Longest Plays • Scoring Drives • Preseason/Postseason Honors • Game Recaps

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TEAM STATISTICS

2011 SEASON RESULTS (5-7, 2-7 BIG 12) Date Sept. 3 OPEN Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 26

Opponent Texas State at New Mexico Nevada at Kansas vs. #23 Texas A&M vs. #17 Kansas State at #1 Oklahoma Iowa State at #25 Texas #2 Oklahoma State at Missouri vs. #20 Baylor

Location Lubbock, Texas

Result W, 50-10

TV -

Attendance 51,792

Albuquerque, N.M. Lubbock, Texas Lawrence, Kan. Lubbock, Texas Lubbock, Texas Norman, Okla. Lubbock, Texas Austin, Texas Lubbock, Texas Columbia, Mo. Arlington, Texas

W, 59-13 W, 35-34 W, 45-34 L, 40-45 L, 34-41 W, 41-38 L, 7-41 L, 20-52 L, 6-66 L, 27-31 L, 42-66

Versus FCS FSN FX FSN ABC FSN FX ABC ABC FSN

20,674 55,664 39,621 58,416 49,744 85,204 59,260 100,506 57,205 54,309 51,615

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING GP Stephens, Eric _________________ 5 Washington, Deandre ___________ 12 Crawford, Aaron _______________ 11 Williams, Kenny _______________ 10 Doege, Seth _________________ 12 Daniels, Ronnie ________________ 1 McRoy, Ben _________________ 10 Marquez, Brad ________________ 12 Richards, Jackson ______________ 12 Karam, Jacob _________________ 5 TEAM _____________________ 10 Total _____________________ 12 Opponents _________________ 12

Att Gain __ 108 ___ 580 ___ 77 ___ 382 ___ 87 ___ 361 ___ 43 ___ 149 ___ 54 ___ 193 ____9 ____ 44 ____3 ____ 10 ____4 ____ 12 ____1 _____ 3 ____1 _____ 2 ____4 _____ 0 __ 391 __ 1736 __ 590 __ 3382

Loss ___ 15 ___ 16 ___ 25 ___ 14 __ 147 ____ 1 ____ 0 ____ 4 ____ 0 ____ 0 ___ 12 __ 234 __ 276

PASSING G Doege, Seth _________________ 12 Karam, Jacob _________________ 5 Zouzalik, Austin ________________ 9 Total _____________________ 12 Opponents _________________ 12

EямГc Att-Cmp-Int __ 138.85 __ 398-581-10 __ 143.15 _____ 9-17-0 __ 420.40 ______ 2-2-0 _ 139.91 __ 409-600-10 _ 155.34 ___ 190-314-5

Net Avg TD Long Avg/G ___ 565 ___ 5.2 ____8 ___ 46__ 113.0 ___ 366 ___ 4.8 ____3 ___ 23___30.5 ___ 336 ___ 3.9 ____1 ___ 51___30.5 ___ 135 ___ 3.1 ____2 ___ 17___13.5 ____46 ___ 0.9 ____4 ___ 48___ 3.8 ____43 ___ 4.8 ____1 ____ 9___43.0 ____10 ___ 3.3 ____0 ____ 9___ 1.0 ____ 8 ___ 2.0 ____1 ___ 11___ 0.7 ____ 3 ___ 3.0 ____0 ____ 3___ 0.2 ____ 2 ___ 2.0 ____0 ____ 2___ 0.4 ___ -12 ___ -3.0 ____0 ____ 0___ -1.2 __ 1502 ___ 3.8 ___ 20 ___ 51__125.2 __ 3106 ___ 5.3 ___ 33 ___ 71__258.8 Pct __ 68.5 __ 52.9 _ 100.0 __ 68.2 __ 60.5

Yds TD Lng __ 4004 ___28 ___ 56 ___ 104 ___ 2 ___ 43 ____37 ___ 1 ___ 26 __ 4145 ___31 ___ 56 __ 2721 ___24 ___ 69

RECEIVING G No. Yds Avg Ward, Eric ________________________________ 12 ____84 __ 800 ___ 9.5 Torres, Alex ________________________________ 11 ____51 __ 616 __ 12.1 Moore, Darrin _______________________________9 ____47 __ 571 __ 12.1 James, Adam ______________________________ 12 ____32 __ 359 __ 11.2 Douglas, Cornelius ___________________________ 12 ____29 __ 329 __ 11.3 Franks, Jacoby ______________________________ 11 ____29 __ 223 ___ 7.7 Marquez, Brad ______________________________ 12 ____25 __ 240 ___ 9.6 Washington, Deandre _________________________ 12 ____19 __ 109 ___ 5.7 Swindall, Tramain ____________________________ 12 ____16 __ 172 __ 10.8 Stephens, Eric _______________________________5 ____16 __ 133 ___ 8.3 Zouzalik, Austin ______________________________9 ____13 __ 121 ___ 9.3 Kennard, Marcus ____________________________ 11 ____12 __ 182 __ 15.2 Crawford, Aaron _____________________________ 11 ____12 ___79 ___ 6.6 Amaro, Jace _______________________________ 12 ____ 7 ___57 ___ 8.1 Williams, Kenny _____________________________ 10 ____ 6 ___52 ___ 8.7 Fisher, Aaron _______________________________ 10 ____ 5 ___62 __ 12.4 Corker, Shawn _______________________________9 ____ 2 ___15 ___ 7.5 McRoy, Ben _______________________________ 10 ____ 2 ___11 ___ 5.5 Doege, Seth _______________________________ 12 ____ 1 ___11 __ 11.0 Daniels, Ronnie ______________________________1 ____ 1 ___ 3 ___ 3.0 Total ___________________________________ 12 ___ 409 _ 4145 __ 10.1 Opponents _______________________________ 12 ___ 190 _ 2721 __ 14.3 PUNTING No. Erxleben, Ryan _____________________ 57 ___ Total ___________________________ 57 ___ Opponents _______________________ 45 ___

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TD _ 11 __ 4 __ 8 __ 1 __ 1 __ 1 __ 1 __ 0 __ 2 __ 0 __ 0 __ 0 __ 0 __ 2 __ 0 __ 0 __ 0 __ 0 __ 0 __ 0 _ 31 _ 24

Avg/G _ 333.7 __20.8 __ 4.1 _345.4 _226.8

Long Avg/G ____48 ___66.7 ____44 ___56.0 ____56 ___63.4 ____49 ___29.9 ____40 ___27.4 ____21 ___20.3 ____37 ___20.0 ____26 ___ 9.1 ____42 ___14.3 ____18 ___26.6 ____18 ___13.4 ____40 ___16.5 ____15 ___ 7.2 ____12 ___ 4.8 ____15 ___ 5.2 ____20 ___ 6.2 ____12 ___ 1.7 ____14 ___ 1.1 ____11 ___ 0.9 ____ 3 ___ 3.0 ___ 56 __345.4 ___ 69 __226.8

Yds Avg Long TB FC I20 Blkd 2376____41.7 ____59 ____5 ___ 15 ___19 ____0 2376____41.7 ____59 ___ 5 ___ 15 ___19 ___ 0 1942____43.2 ____68 ___ 7 ___ 13 ___14 ___ 0

CATEGORY

TECH

OPP

SCORING _______________ 406 _____ 471 Points Per Game __________ 33.8 _____ 39.2 FIRST DOWNS ____________ 314 Rushing _______________ 103 Passing _______________ 192 Penalty ________________ 19

_____ 296 ______159 ______113 ______ 24

RUSHING YARDAGE _______ 1502 Yards gained rushing _______1736 Yards lost rushing _________ 234 Rushing Attempts _________ 391 Average Per Rush __________ 3.8 Average Per Game ________ 125.2 TDs Rushing _____________ 20

_____3106 _____ 3382 ______276 ______590 ______ 5.3 ____ 258.8 ______ 33

PASSING YARDAGE ________ 4145 Comp-Att-Int _______ 409-600-10 Average Per Pass ___________ 6.9 Average Per Catch _________ 10.1 Average Per Game ________ 345.4 TDs Passing ______________ 31

_____2721 _ 190-314-5 ______ 8.7 _____ 14.3 ____ 226.8 ______ 24

TOTAL OFFENSE __________ 5647 Total Plays______________ 991 Average Per Play ___________ 5.7 Average Per Game ________ 470.6

_____5827 ______904 ______ 6.4 ____ 485.6

KICK RETURNS: #-Yards _____59-1299 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards _____ 15-91 INT RETURNS: #-Yards _______ 5-76 KICK RETURN AVERAGE _______ 22.0 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE _______ 6.1 INT RETURN AVERAGE _______ 15.2 FUMBLES-LOST ___________ 19-8

___57-1338 ___ 21-109 ___ 10-232 _____ 23.5 ______ 5.2 _____ 23.2 ____ 29-14

PENALTIES-YARDS _______ 92-778 ___ 85-728 Average Per Game _________ 64.8 _____ 60.7 PUNTS-YARDS_________ 57-2376 __ 45-1942 Average Per Punt _________ 41.7 _____ 43.2 Net punt average _________ 38.0 _____ 38.0 TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME __ 28:19 ____ 31:41 3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS __ 92/191 ___ 81/172 3rd-Down Pct ___________ 48% _____ 47% 4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS ____ 9/20 ____ 13/20 4th-Down Pct ___________ 45% _____ 65% SACKS BY-Yards __________ 16-94 MISC YARDS _______________ 0 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED ________ 52 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS _____ 14-18 ON-SIDE KICKS _____________2-3 RED-ZONE SCORES ____ (48-54) 89% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS (40-54) 74% PAT-ATTEMPTS ______ (50-50) 100%

___ 19-128 ______100 ______ 62 ____ 13-20 ______ 0-2 (51-59) 86% (43-59) 73% (60-62) 97%

ATTENDANCE __________ 332081 ___ 300314 Games/Avg Per Game _____6/55347 ___5/60063 Neutral Site Games _______________1/51615

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KICKOFFS No. Yds Avg TB OB Retn Net YdLn Carona, Donnie _____________________ 72 ___ 4685____65.1 ____13 ____3 _____ Hicks, Bradley _______________________2 ____ 127____63.5 ____ 0 ____0 _____ Total ___________________________ 74 ___ 4812____65.0 ____13 ___ 3 _ 1338 _ 43.4 ___26 Opponents _______________________ 85 ___ 5616____66.1 ____24 ___ 2 _ 1299 _ 45.1 ___24 SCORING TD Carona, Donnie ________________ 0 Ward, Eric __________________ 11 Moore, Darrin _________________ 8 Stephens, Eric _________________ 8 Doege, Seth __________________ 4 Torres, Alex ___________________ 4 Washington, Deandre ____________ 3 Swindall, Tramain _______________ 2 Amaro, Jace __________________ 2 Douglas, Cornelius ______________ 2 Marquez, Brad _________________ 2 Williams, Kenny ________________ 2 Crawford, Aaron ________________ 1 Franks, Jacoby _________________ 1 Daniels, Ronnie ________________ 1 James, Adam _________________ 1 TEAM ______________________ 0 Erxleben, Ryan ________________ 0 Porter, Tre’ ___________________ 0 Total _____________________ 52 Opponents _________________ 62

Rcv Pass DXP Saf ____ 0 ___ 0-0 ____0 ____ 0 ____ 0 ___ 0-0 ____0 ____ 0 ____ 0 ___ 0-0 ____0 ____ 0 ____ 0 ___ 0-0 ____0 ____ 0 ____ 0 ___ 0-1 ____0 ____ 0 ____ 0 ___ 0-0 ____0 ____ 0 ____ 0 ___ 0-0 ____0 ____ 0 ____ 0 ___ 0-0 ____0 ____ 0 ____ 0 ___ 0-0 ____0 ____ 0 ____ 0 ___ 0-0 ____0 ____ 0 ____ 0 ___ 0-0 ____0 ____ 0 ____ 0 ___ 0-0 ____0 ____ 0 ____ 0 ___ 0-0 ____0 ____ 0 ____ 0 ___ 0-0 ____0 ____ 0 ____ 0 ___ 0-0 ____0 ____ 0 ____ 0 ___ 0-0 ____0 ____ 0 ____ 0 ___ 0-0 ____0 ____ 1 ____ 0 ___ 0-1 ____0 ____ 0 ____ 0 ___ 0-0 ____0 ____ 0 ____ 0 ___ 0-2 ____0 ____ 1 ____ 0 ___ 0-0 ____0 ____ 0

Points ___92 ___66 ___48 ___48 ___24 ___24 ___18 ___12 ___12 ___12 ___12 ___12 ___ 6 ___ 6 ___ 6 ___ 6 ___ 2 ___ 0 ___ 0 __406 __471

TOTAL OFFENSE G Doege, Seth ___________________________________ 12 Stephens, Eric ___________________________________ 5 Washington, Deandre _____________________________ 12 Crawford, Aaron _________________________________ 11 Williams, Kenny _________________________________ 10 Karam, Jacob ___________________________________ 5 Daniels, Ronnie __________________________________ 1 Zouzalik, Austin __________________________________ 9 McRoy, Ben ___________________________________ 10 Marquez, Brad __________________________________ 12 Richards, Jackson ________________________________ 12 TEAM _______________________________________ 10 Total _______________________________________ 12 Opponents ___________________________________ 12

Plays Rush Pass Total ___ 635 ____ 46 _ 4004 __4050 ___ 108 ___ 565 ____0 __ 565 ____77 ___ 366 ____0 __ 366 ____87 ___ 336 ____0 __ 336 ____43 ___ 135 ____0 __ 135 ____18 _____2 __ 104 __ 106 ____ 9 ____ 43 ____0 ___ 43 ____ 2 _____0 ___ 37 ___ 37 ____ 3 ____ 10 ____0 ___ 10 ____ 4 _____8 ____0 ____ 8 ____ 1 _____3 ____0 ____ 3 ____ 4 ___ -12 ____0 ___-12 ___991 __ 1502 _ 4145 _ 5647 ___904 __ 3106 _ 2721 _ 5827

Avg/G _337.5 _113.0 _ 30.5 _ 30.5 _ 13.5 _ 21.2 _ 43.0 __ 4.1 __ 1.0 __ 0.7 __ 0.2 __-1.2 470.6 485.6

FGM-FGA 14-18

Pct 77.8

01-19 1-1

20-29 3-3

30-39 3-4

40-49 7-8

FG SEQUENCE TEXAS TECH OPPONENTS Texas State __________________________ - __________________ (40) New Mexico _______________________ (23) _______________ (44),(42) Nevada ____________________________ - _____________ 31,(25),(21) Kansas ________________________ (46),54 ___________________ 42 Texas A&M _____________ (49),(27),(49),50,(30) __________________ (45) Kansas State ________________ 48,38,(47),(19) ___________________ 31 Oklahoma _____________________ (40),(37) ______________ 39,(22),28 Iowa State __________________________ - _____________ 50,(42),(23) Texas ________________________ (29),(40) __________________ (48) Oklahoma State _______________________ - __________________ (37) Missouri ______________________ (48),(33) __________________ (39) Baylor _____________________________ - ________________ (28),44 Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.

50-99 0-2

Lg 49

Blk 3

No. Yds Avg TD 11 ___76 ___ 6.9 ___ 0 2 ____ 8 ___ 4.0 ___ 0 1 ____ 0 ___ 0.0 ___ 0 1 ____ 7 ___ 7.0 ___ 0 15 __ 91 ___ 6.1 ___ 0 21 __109 ___ 5.2 ___ 0

Long __ 25 ___ 8 ___ 0 ___ 7 __ 25 __ 25

INTERCEPTIONS Johnson, D.J. ____ Porter, Tre’ _____ Dees, Blake_____ Hubert, Cqulin ___ Total ________ Opponents ____

No. Yds Avg TD 2 ____40 ___ 20.0 __ 0 1 ____ 0 ___ 0.0 ___ 0 1 ____ 0 ___ 0.0 ___ 0 1 ____36 ___ 36.0 __ 0 5 ___ 76 ___ 15.2 __ 0 10 __232 ___ 23.2 __ 2

Long __ 24 ___ 0 ___ 0 __ 36 __ 36 __ 90

KICK RET McRoy, Ben ____ Marquez, Brad ___ Washington, De. _ Zouzalik, Aust. ___ Hubert, Cqulin ___ Ontiveros, Omar __ Douglas, Corne. __ Total ________ Opponents ____

No. Yds Avg TD 36 __ 899 ___ 25.0 __ 0 9 ___ 168 ___ 18.7 __ 0 7 ___ 131 ___ 18.7 __ 0 3 ____68 ___ 22.7 __ 0 2 ____21 ___ 10.5 __ 0 1 ____ 5 ___ 5.0 ___ 0 1 ____ 7 ___ 7.0 ___ 0 59 _ 1299 ___ 22.0 __ 0 57 _ 1338 ___ 23.5 __ 1

Long __ 52 __ 29 __ 26 __ 21 __ 19 ___ 5 ___ 7 __ 52 __100

FUMBLE RET Dewhurst, Brett __ Douglas, Corne. __ Robertson, Pete __ Total ________ Opponents ____

No. Yds Avg TD 1 ____ 2 ___ 2.0 ___ 0 1 ____37 ___ 37.0 __ 1 1 ____ 5 ___ 5.0 ___ 0 3 ___ 44 ___ 14.7 __ 1 2 ____ 6 ___ 3.0 ___ 2

Long ___ 2 __ 37 ___ 5 __ 37 ___ 3

CONVERSIONS Third Down 1 2 3 4 Texas Tech 29-55 25-52 23-45 15-39 Opponents 19-42 19-41 25-42 18-47 Fourth Down 1 Texas Tech 1-1 Opponents 5-5

2 2-6 4-5

3 3-8 2-4

Total 91-191 81-172

4 3-5 2-6

Total 9-20 13-20

TURNOVERS Takeaways – 18 Turnovers – 19 Points Off Turnovers – Tech: 86 (12 TD, 1 FG) Opponents: 69 (10 TD, 2 FG) Points Off Turnovers/Game – Texas Tech: 7.2 Opponents: 5.8 RED ZONE Texas Tech Red Zone Entries – 48 of 54 (88.8%) Scores – 41 (40TDs, 17 Rush TDs 8 FGs) Non-Scores – 5 (1 HALF, 2 DOWNS, 1 MFG 2 INT) Opponent Red Zone Entries – 51 of 59 (86.4%) Scores – 45 (43 TDs, 30 Rush TDs 8 FGs) Non-Scores – 8 (2 FUM. 3 DOWNS, 3 MFG) KICKOFFS Kickoffs – 74 Touchbacks – 13 Opponent Kickoff Returns – 57 for 1338 yards (23.4) Fair Catches – 0 Out of Bounds – 3

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Rush ___0-0 ___0-0 ___0-0 ___0-0 ___0-0 ___0-0 ___0-0 ___0-0 ___0-0 ___0-0 ___0-0 ___0-0 ___0-0 ___0-0 ___0-0 ___0-0 ___0-0 ___0-0 ___0-0 __ 0-0 __ 0-0

FIELD GOALS Carona, Donnie

FGs Kick _ 14-18 __ 50-50 __ 0-0 ____0-0 __ 0-0 ____0-0 __ 0-0 ____0-0 __ 0-0 ____0-0 __ 0-0 ____0-0 __ 0-0 ____0-0 __ 0-0 ____0-0 __ 0-0 ____0-0 __ 0-0 ____0-0 __ 0-0 ____0-0 __ 0-0 ____0-0 __ 0-0 ____0-0 __ 0-0 ____0-0 __ 0-0 ____0-0 __ 0-0 ____0-0 __ 0-0 ____0-0 __ 0-0 ____0-0 __ 0-0 ____0-0 _14-18 __ 50-50 _13-20 __ 60-62

PUNT RET Zouzalik, Aust. ___ Torres, Alex _____ Washington, De. _ Ward, Eric _____ Total ________ Opponents ____

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ALL PURPOSE G Rush McRoy, Ben _______________________ 10 ____ 10 Ward, Eric ________________________ 12 _____ 0 Stephens, Eric _______________________5 ___ 565 Torres, Alex ________________________ 11 _____ 0 Washington, Deandre _________________ 12 ___ 366 Moore, Darrin _______________________9 _____ 0 Marquez, Brad ______________________ 12 _____ 8 Crawford, Aaron _____________________ 11 ___ 336 James, Adam ______________________ 12 _____ 0 Douglas, Cornelius ___________________ 12 _____ 0 Zouzalik, Austin ______________________9 _____ 0 Franks, Jacoby ______________________ 11 _____ 0 Williams, Kenny _____________________ 10 ___ 135 Kennard, Marcus ____________________ 11 _____ 0 Swindall, Tramain ____________________ 12 _____ 0 Fisher, Aaron _______________________ 10 _____ 0 Amaro, Jace _______________________ 12 _____ 0 Doege, Seth _______________________ 12 ____ 46 Hubert, Cqulin ______________________ 11 _____ 0 Daniels, Ronnie ______________________1 ____ 43 Johnson, D.J. _______________________ 12 _____ 0 Corker, Shawn _______________________9 _____ 0 Ontiveros, Omar _____________________ 11 _____ 0 Richards, Jackson ____________________ 12 _____ 3 Karam, Jacob _______________________5 _____ 2 TEAM ___________________________ 10 ____-12 Total ___________________________ 12 __ 1502 Opponents _______________________ 12 __ 3106

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Rec ___ 11 __ 800 __ 133 __ 616 __ 109 __ 571 __ 240 ___ 79 __ 359 __ 329 __ 121 __ 223 ___ 52 __ 182 __ 172 ___ 62 ___ 57 ___ 11 ____ 0 ____ 3 ____ 0 ___ 15 ____ 0 ____ 0 ____ 0 ____ 0 _ 4145 _ 2721

PR KOR IR Tot ____ 0 ___ 899 ____0 __ 920 ____ 7 _____0 ____0 __ 807 ____ 0 _____0 ____0 __ 698 ____ 8 _____0 ____0 __ 624 ____ 0 ___ 131 ____0 __ 606 ____ 0 _____0 ____0 __ 571 ____ 0 ___ 168 ____0 __ 416 ____ 0 _____0 ____0 __ 415 ____ 0 _____0 ____0 __ 359 ____ 0 _____7 ____0 __ 336 ____76 ____ 68 ____0 __ 265 ____ 0 _____0 ____0 __ 223 ____ 0 _____0 ____0 __ 187 ____ 0 _____0 ____0 __ 182 ____ 0 _____0 ____0 __ 172 ____ 0 _____0 ____0 ___ 62 ____ 0 _____0 ____0 ___ 57 ____ 0 _____0 ____0 ___ 57 ____ 0 ____ 21 ___ 36 ___ 57 ____ 0 _____0 ____0 ___ 46 ____ 0 _____0 ___ 40 ___ 40 ____ 0 _____0 ____0 ___ 15 ____ 0 _____5 ____0 ____ 5 ____ 0 _____0 ____0 ____ 3 ____ 0 _____0 ____0 ____ 2 ____ 0 _____0 ____0 ___-12 ___ 91 __ 1299 ___ 76 _ 7113 ___109 __ 1338 __ 232 _ 7506

Avg/G _ 92.0 _ 67.2 _139.6 _ 56.7 _ 50.5 _ 63.4 _ 34.7 _ 37.7 _ 29.9 _ 28.0 _ 29.4 _ 20.3 _ 18.7 _ 16.5 _ 14.3 __ 6.2 __ 4.8 __ 4.8 __ 5.2 _ 46.0 __ 3.3 __ 1.7 __ 0.5 __ 0.2 __ 0.4 __-1.2 592.8 625.5

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DEFENSIVE STATISTICS |-------Tackles-------| UA AS Tot 72 21 93 61 22 83 42 28 70 41 15 56 29 13 42 24 14 38 31 6 37 26 9 35 28 4 32 25 5 30 23 5 28 20 8 28 21 3 24 16 6 22 19 2 21 13 8 21 16 4 20 13 5 18 13 4 17 13 3 16 14 2 16 11 2 13 10 3 13 11 . 11 7 3 10 5 1 6 3 2 5 4 1 5 3 2 5 3 2 5 4 . 4 3 1 4 3 . 3 . 3 3 1 1 2 2 . 2 1 1 2 2 . 2 2 . 2 1 1 2 2 . 2 1 1 2 1 . 1 . 1 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 646 212 858 616 284 900

TFL/Yds 3.0-5 0.5-1 7.5-14 9.5-40 5.0-10 5.5-15 9.0-58 2.0-2 4.0-7 1.0-1 5.0-18 3.0-6 . 3.0-19 1.5-6 2.0-9 1.0-2 . 2.5-11 . . . 1.5-8 . 2.0-6 . . . . . . . . . 1.0-6 . . . . . 1.0-1 . . 0.5-0 . . . . . . . . . 71-245 63.0-228

|-Sacks-| |---Pass Def---| No-Yds Int-Yds BrUp . . 5 . 2-40 3 . . . . . 4 1.5-4 . 3 1.0-5 1-36 1 5.5-34 . 1 . . 1 . 1-0 . . . . 2.0-9 . 2 . . . . 1-0 2 1.0-14 . . . . . 1.0-8 . . . . 1 . . 2 1.0-6 . 1 . . 1 . . 3 . . . 1.0-7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.0-6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.0-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . 16-94 5-76 31 19-128 10-232 55

|-Fumbles-| Blkd QBH Rv-Yds FF Kk Saf . . 1 . . . 1-0 3 . . 2 . 1 . . 1 1-0 1 1 . 3 . 1 . . 2 . 1 . . 3 . 3 . . . 1-2 . . . . 1-0 2 . . . . . . . 3 2-0 4 . . . . 1 . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . 1-37 2 . . 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-0 . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . 1-5 . . . 16 14-44 22 1 1 23 8-6 7 3 .

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DEFENSE GP 16 Davis, Cody____________________________ 11 12 Johnson, D.J.___________________________ 12 42 Cobb, Daniel ___________________________ 12 1 Bullitt, Terrance _________________________ 12 91 Hyder, Kerry ___________________________ 12 51 Hubert, Cqulin__________________________ 11 94 Smith, Scott ____________________________ 8 30 Dewhurst, Brett _________________________ 12 25 Dees, Blake ____________________________ 8 13 Eguavoen, Sam _________________________ 12 54 Bush, Dartwan _________________________ 12 1E Mackey, Leon __________________________ 10 5 Porter, Tre’ _____________________________ 7 2G Flannel, Jared __________________________ 12 98 Langley, Donald __________________________ 9 96 Wesley, Dennell _________________________ 12 1B Mays, Derrick __________________________ 10 2 Douglas, Cornelius _______________________ 12 43 Richards, Jackson ________________________ 12 28 Osunde, Happiness ________________________ 6 2F Phillips, Jarvis __________________________ 12 34 Vest, Sawyer ___________________________ 12 1C Simmons, Delvon ________________________ 10 31 Neboh, Eugene _________________________ 10 99 Perry, Chris _____________________________ 9 39 Foster, Tanner ___________________________ 5 9 Corker, Shawn ___________________________ 9 4 Marquez, Brad__________________________ 12 87 Fisher, Aaron___________________________ 10 19 Durham, Giorgio ________________________ 10 32 Crawford, Aaron_________________________ 11 49 Carona, Donnie _________________________ 12 45 Sonier, Tyrone ___________________________ 4 27 Winbush, Zach __________________________ 6 52 Evans, Kindred __________________________ 3 26 Erxleben, Ryan _________________________ 12 20 Daniels, Ronnie __________________________ 1 7 Doege, Seth ___________________________ 12 22 Amaro, Jace ___________________________ 12 21 Washington, Deandre _____________________ 12 TM TEAM _______________________________ 10 23 McRoy, Ben ___________________________ 10 8 Franks, Jacoby __________________________ 11 40 Barr, Aundrey ___________________________ 3 4A Williams, Kenny _________________________ 10 14 Moore, Darrin ___________________________ 9 62 Neill, David ___________________________ 11 65 Waddle, L.A. ___________________________ 12 33 Ontiveros, Omar_________________________ 11 66 Gallington, Deveric _______________________ 12 11 Swindall, Tramain________________________ 12 47 Smitherman, Jesse _______________________ 12 10 Robertson, Pete __________________________ 3 Total _______________________________ 12 Opponents ___________________________ 12

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GAME-BY-GAME STARTERS OFFENSIVE STARTERS GAME TEXAS STATE NEW MEXICO NEVADA KANSAS TEXAS A&M KANSAS STATE OKLAHOMA IOWA STATE TEXAS OKLAHOMA STATE MISSOURI BAYLOR

LT Waddle Waddle Waddle Waddle Waddle Waddle Waddle Waddle Waddle Waddle Waddle Waddle

LG Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards

C McDaniel McDaniel McDaniel Keown Keown Keown Keown Gallington Keown Keown Keown Keown

RG Gallington Gallington Gallington Gallington Gallington Gallington Gallington Carpenter Gallington Gallington Gallington Gallington

RT Okafor Okafor Okafor McDaniel McDaniel McDaniel McDaniel McDaniel McDaniel McDaniel McDaniel McDaniel

QB Doege Doege Doege Doege Doege Doege Doege Doege Doege Doege Doege Doege

F Stephens Stephens Stephens Stephens Stephens Crawford Crawford Crawford Crawford Crawford Washingon Crawford

H Douglas Douglas Douglas Douglas Douglas Douglas Douglas Douglas Marquez Marquez Marquez Marquez

X Swindall Ward Ward Ward Ward Ward Ward Ward Ward Ward Ward Ward

Y Torres Torres Torres Torres Zouzalik James James James Moore James Moore James

Z Moore Moore Moore Zouzalik Franks Torres Torres Torres Torres Torres Torres Torres

DEFENSIVE STARTERS GAME TEXAS STATE NEW MEXICO NEVADA KANSAS TEXAS A&M KANSAS STATE OKLAHOMA IOWA STATE TEXAS OKLAHOMA STATE MISSOURI BAYLOR

LE Bush Bush Bush Bush Mackey Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith

NT Langley Langley Langley Langley Langley Langley Wesley Langley Langley Langley Wesley Wesley

DT Hyder Hyder Hyder Hyder Hyder Hyder Hyder Hyder Hyder Hyder Hyder Hyder

RE Mackey Richards Richards Richards Richards Mackey Mackey Mackey Mackey Bush Bush Bush

SAM Hubert Eguavoen Dees Dees Cobb Dees Cobb Hubert Cobb Cobb Cobb Cobb

MIKE Dees Dees Eguavoen Eguavoen Eguavoen Hubert Hubert Cobb Hubert Hubert Dewhurst (DB) Eguaveon

CB Mays Neboh Mays Phillips Mays Neboh Neboh Phillips Phillips Mays Osunde Osunde

FS Bullitt Bullitt Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson

WS Johnson Johnson Dewhurst Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis

SS Davis Davis Bullitt Bullitt Bullitt Bullitt Bullitt Bullitt Bullitt Bullitt Bullitt Bullitt

CB Porter Porter Neboh Porter Phillips Porter Porter Porter Mays Neboh Douglas Douglas

GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS RUSHING NOYDSTD

CAI

YDS

PASSING TD

TOT OFF PLYDS

PUNTS NOAVG

FUM FL

7-16-1 14-6-1

33-157-3 50-256-1

25-37-0 10-21-0

348 75

4 0

70-505 71-331

5-29.8 5-48.2

4-1 4-4

2-30 11-88

7-of-12 5-of-15

23:48 36:12

34 15

12-22-0 7-7-1

35-178-2 37-109-1

45-50-0 10-29-1

446 228

6 0

85-624 66-337

1-38 5-39.4

2-1 2-2

5-35 8-45

9-of-13 5-of-15

33:15 26:45

35 34

24 26

11-12-1 13-12-1

38-219-2 46-312-2

26-38-0 15-24-0

222 250

3 2

76-441 70-562

3-41.3 2-37.5

1-0 1-0

7-50 6-40

9-of-15 8-of-14

27:26 32:34

Texas Tech vs. Kansas

45 34

28 26

12-15-1 12-10-4

40-164-3 51-239-2

29-46-1 16-22-3

366 239

3 3

86-530 73-478

5-37.2 3-39.3

1-0 4-1

17-154 8-673

7-of-17 3-of-10

28:43 31:17

Texas Tech vs. Texas A&M

40 45

34 23

12-17-5 14-7-2

39-132-1 46-205-4

44-66-0 16-26-0

391 188

3 1

105-523 72-393

3-41.3 5-45.6

2-0 1-0

9-70 9-100

12-of-24 7-of-14

33:36 26:2

Texas Tech vs. Kansas State

34 41

32 16

7-23-2 9-6-1

33-119-3 47-193-3

43-63-3 12-18-0

461 146

1 1

96-580 65-339

2-46.0 5-41.2

1-1 2-0

7-62 10-78

6-of-14 7-of-14

26:67 33:33

Texas Tech vs. Oklahoma

41 38

27 24

7-18-2 6-17-1

43-120-1 25-124-0

34-53-0 30-55-1

452 412

4 5

96-572 80-536

6-37.3 7-42.1

1-0 2-1

9-50 5-61

6-of-18 5-of-17

34:59 25:01

Texas Tech vs. Iowa State

7 41

15 24

7-8-0 15-8-1

26-99-1 67-368-4

18-38-2 14-26-0

191 144

0 1

64-290 93-512

9-42.8 5-42.6

3-1 3-1

4-45 4-30

3-of-13 11-of-22

20:00 40:09

Texas Tech vs. Texas

20 52

28 28

7-18-3 22-5-1

27-30-0 54-439-6

40-55-0 5-9-0

381 156

2 1

82-411 63-595

4-46.2 0-0

0-0 0-0

8-75 6-55

12-of-19 7-of-9

31:06 28:54

Texas Tech vs. Oklahoma State

6 66

16 31

7-9-0 9-18-4

30-101-0 39-183-3

25-44-1 33-41-0

169 454

0 5

74-270 80-637

7-44.4 2-45.0

2-2 3-2

5-42 3-24

6-of-17 8-of-13

27:13 32:47

Texas Tech vs. Missouri

27 31

27 24

11-15-1 14-8-2

31-142-2 49-318-2

37-53-1 13-20-0

315 172

1 2

84-457 69-490

5-51.4 5-235

0-0 2-1

10-80 4-30

10-of-18 5-of-152

31:01 28:59

Texas Tech vs. Baylor

42 66

25 38

4-18-3 24-9-5

17-46-2 79-360-5

42-56-2 16-23-0

398 257

4 3

73-444 102-617

6-39.7 1-44.0

2-2 5-2

9-85 11-10

5-of-11 10-of-17

23:12 36:48

GAME

SCORE

TOT

Texas Tech vs. Texas State

50 10

24 21

Texas Tech at New Mexico

59 13

Texas Tech vs. Nevada

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GAME-BY-GAME INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS (OFFENSE) RUSHING Rush-Yds/TD TXST UNM NEV KU TAMU KSU OU ISU UT OSU MU Crawford _________ 1-8/0 ______ DNP_____ 0-0/0 _____ 0-0/0 ____ 7-22/0 ___21-100/1 __ 17-65/0 ___ 7-37/0 ___ 7-16/0 __ 7-26/10 __ 14-71/0 Daniels ___________DNP ____ 9-44/1______DNP ______DNP _____ DNP ______DNP _____DNP ____ DNP ____ DNP ____ DNP ____ DNP Doege __________ 5-12/0 _____ 0-0/0____ 9-83/0 ____ 4-18/0 ____ 9-27/0 _____ 3-1/1 ____ 6-4/1 ___ 6-17/1 ____4-0/0 ____3-9/0 ___4-14/1 Karam___________ 0-0/0 _____ 1-2/0______DNP ______DNP _____ DNP ______DNP _____DNP ____0-0/0 ____ DNP ____0-0/0 ____ DNP McRoy __________ 0-0/0 _____ 1-9/0_____ 0-0/0 _____ 0-0/0 _____0-0/0 _____ 0-0/0 ____ 0-0/0 ____0-0/0 ____ DNP ____1-0/0 ____ DNP Stephens ______ 21-126/2 ____14-94/1__ 26-134/2 ___26-125/2 __ 22-103/1 ______DNP _____DNP ____ DNP ____ DNP ____ DNP ____ DNP Washington ______ 6-38/1 ____ 9-38/0_____ 0-0/0 ____ 6-32/1 _____1-1/0 ____ 6-27/1 __ 16-86/0 __ 11-52/0 ___ 5-12/0 __ 11-54/0 ___6-42/0 Williams __________DNP ______ DNP_____ 2-3/0 _____ 4-2/0 _____0-0/0 _____ 3-7/0 ____ 0-0/0 ____2-7/0 __ 10-25/0 ___ 8-22/0 ___5-28/0

BU ___ 6-16/0 _____ DNP ____ 1-0/0 ____ 0-0/0 _____ 1-/0 _____ DNP _____ DNP ___ 9-41/2

RECEIVING Rec-Yds/TD TXST UNM NEV KU TAMU KSU OU ISU UT OSU MU Amaro __________ 0-0/0 _____ 1-2/1____ 2-18/1 _____ 0-0/0 _____0-0/0 _____ 0-0/0 ____ 0-0/0 ____0-0/0 ____0-0/0 ____0-0/0 ___ 0-0/0 Corker ___________ 0-0/0 ____ 1-12/0_____ 1-3/0 _____ 0-0/0 _____ DNP _____ 0-0/0 ____ 0-0/0 ____0-0/0 ____0-0/0 ____0-0/0 ____ DNP Daniels ___________DNP _____ 1-3/0______DNP ______DNP _____ DNP ______DNP _____DNP ____ DNP ____ DNP ____ DNP ____ DNP Douglas_________ 2-15/0 ____ 4-37/0_____ 0-0/0 ____ 4-98/0 ____ 6-24/0 ____ 5-99/1 ___ 6-45/0 ___ 2-11/0 ____0-0/0 ____0-0/0 ____ DNP Franks___________ 0-0/0 ____ 2-34/0____ 5-54/0 _____ 0-0/0 ____ 9-63/0 _____ 0-0/0 ____ 0-0/0 ____0-0/0 ___ 3-14/0 ___ 4-13/0 ___ 2-9/0 James ___________ 0-0/0 _____ 0-0/0_____ 0-0/0 _____ 0-0/0 ____ 4-28/1 ____ 3-34/0 ___ 5-75/0 ____2-8/0 ___ 5-95/0 ____0-0/0 ___3-16/0 Kennard _________ 0-0/0 ______ DNP_____ 1-7/0 _____ 0-0/0 ____ 1-17/0 ____ 3-25/0 ___ 3-75/0 ___ 1-35/0 ____0-0/0 ____0-0/0 ___ 1-6/0 Marquez ________ 1-10/1 ____ 2-15/0_____ 1-6/0 ____ 4-55/0 ____ 1-37/0 _____ 0-0/0 __ 1-(-1)/0 ___ 2-14/0 ___ 3-24/0 ___ 4-23/0 ___4-47/0 McRoy __________ 0-0/0 ____1-(-3)/0_____ 0-0/0 _____ 0-0/0 _____0-0/0 ____ 1-14/0 ____ 0-0/0 ____0-0/0 ____ DNP ____0-0/0 ____ DNP Moore ________ 12-121/1 ____9-118/3_____ 0-0/0 ______DNP _____ DNP ______DNP ____ 1-4/0 ___ 1-11/0 ___ 6-34/1 ___ 3-21/0 ___9-88/1 Stephens _________ 0-0/0 ____ 7-63/0____ 3-30/0 _____ 0-0/0 ____ 2-12/0 ______DNP _____DNP ____ DNP ____ DNP ____ DNP ____ DNP Swindall ________ 1-20/0 ____ 3-26/0_____ 1-8/0 _____ 0-0/0 _____ DNP ____ 4-56/0 ___ 1-14/1 ____0-0/0 ____0-0/0 ____0-0/0 ___3-23/0 Torres __________ 4-58/0 ____ 3-38/0____ 5-40/0 ____ 3-30/0 ___ 8-111/1 ___12-104/0 ___ 4-94/3 ___ 2-35/0 ___ 6-75/0 ___ 4-31/0 ___ 0-0/0 Ward ___________ 2-6/0 ____ 8-87/2____ 6-51/2 ____ 4-70/2 ___ 10-74/1 ____ 8-63/0 ___ 6-78/0 ___ 5-62/0 ___ 8-75/1 ___ 4-36/0 ___7-46/0 Washington _______ 2-8/0 _____ 2-3/0_____ 0-0/0 _____ 0-0/0 _____0-0/0 _____ 1-2/0 ____ 1-8/0 ____0-0/0 ___ 4-24/0 ___ 4-41/0 ___3-19/0 Zouzalik ________ 1-10/0 ____ 1-11/0_____ 1-5/0 _____ 0-0/0 ____ 2-17/0 ____ 1-14/0 ____ 0-0/0 ___ 3-15/0 ___ 2-26/0 ____ DNP ____ DNP

BU ____ 0-0/0 _____ DNP _____ DNP ____ 0-0/0 ____ 1-7/0 __ 10-103/0 ____ 1-5/0 ___ 2-10/0 ____ 0-0/0 ___ 6-74/2 _____ DNP ___ 2-21/0 _____ DNP __ 16-151/2 _____ DNP _____ DNP

#7 Doege #3 Karam 23-33-0-326/3 _____ 2-4-0-22/1 40-44-0-401/5 _____ 4-5-19-0/0 26-38-0-222/3 _________ DNP 29-46-1-366/3 _________ DNP 44-66-0-391/3 _________ DNP 43-63-3/461/1 _________ DNP 33-52-0/441/4 _________ DNP 16-35-2-171/0 _____ 2-6-0-20/0 40-55-0-381/2 _________ DNP 25-43-1/169/0 ______ 0-1-0-0/0 37-53-1/315/1 _________ DNP 41-55-2-355/3 _____ 1-1-0-43/1

FIELD GOALS Made, Missed, Blocked #49 Carona TXST_____________________________ None UNM ______________________________23 NEV _____________________________ None KU ______________________________46,54 TAMU ______________________ 49,27,49,50,30 KSU ________________________ 48, 38, 47 19 OU ______________________________40,37 ISU _____________________________ None UT _____________________________ 29, 40 OSU _____________________________ None MU _____________________________48,33 BU ______________________________ None

PUNTING Number-Avg./I20 #26 Erxleben TXST___________________________5-29.8/2 UNM ___________________________ 1-38/0 NEV ___________________________3-41.3/3 KU ____________________________5-37.2/0 TAMU __________________________3-41.3/1 KSU ___________________________5-41.2/2 OU ___________________________ 6-/37.3/3 ISU ___________________________9-42.8/2 UT ____________________________4-46.2/1 OSU ___________________________ 7-311/2 MU ___________________________5-51.4/3 BU ____________________________6-39.7/2

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GAME-BY-GAME INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS (DEFENSE) TACKLES UT-AT-TT TXST UNM NEV KU TAMU KSU OU ISU Amaro __________ 0-0-0 ____ 1-0-1 ____0-0-0 ____0-0-0 ____0-0-0 ____ 0-0-0 ____ 0-0-0 ____ 0-0-0 Barr ____________ 0-0-0 ____ 0-1-1 ____ DNP ____ DNP ____ DNP _____DNP _____ DNP _____ DNP Bullitt ___________ 4-1-5 ____ 1-1-2 ____3-1-4 ____1-3-4 ____4-0-4 ____ 5-0-5 ____ 6-2-8 ____ 0-0-0 Bush____________ 4-0-4 ____ 1-2-3 ____3-0-3 ____0-2-2 ____2-0-2 ____ 5-0-5 ____ 1-1-2 ____ 3-0-3 Carona __________ 1-0-1 ____ 0-0-0 ____0-0-0 ____0-0-0 ____1-0-1 ____ 1-0-1 ____ 0-0-0 ____ 0-0-0 Cobb ___________ 0-0-0 ____ 0-3-3 ____2-0-2 ___ 5-6-11 ____3-0-3 ____ 0-0-0 ____ 6-3-9 ____ 4-3-7 Corker ___________ 0-0-0 ____ 0-0-0 ____0-0-0 ____0-0-0 ____ DNP ____ 0-0-0 ____ 1-0-1 ____ 1-1-2 Davis ___________ 1-0-1 ____ 6-3-9 ____ DNP __ 12-2-14 ____8-0-8 ____ 5-0-5 ____ 2-2-4 ____ 6-1-7 Daniels ___________ DNP ____ 1-1-2 ____ DNP ____ DNP ____ DNP _____DNP _____ DNP _____ DNP Dees ____________ 7-1-8 ____ 0-3-3 ____4-0-4 ____3-0-3 ____3-0-3 ____ 9-0-9 _____ DNP _____ DNP Dewhurst_________ 4-0-4 ____ 2-1-3 ____3-1-4 ____0-1-1 ____1-0-1 ____ 1-0-1 ____ 3-0-3 ____ 1-0-1 Douglas__________ 0-0-0 ____ 0-0-0 ____0-0-0 ____0-0-0 ____0-0-0 ____ 0-0-0 ____ 0-0-0 ____ 0-0-0 Durham___________ DNP ____ 0-0-0 ____1-0-1 ____1-0-1 ____ DNP ____ 1-0-1 ____ 0-0-0 ____ 0-0-0 Eguavoen_________ 3-0-3 ____ 1-1-2 ____8-0-8 ____0-1-1 ____0-0-0 ____ 0-0-0 ____ 2-1-3 ____ 1-0-1 Evans ___________ 1-0-1 ____ 0-1-1 ____0-0-0 ____ DNP ____ DNP _____DNP _____ DNP _____ DNP Fisher ___________ 0-0-0 ____ 0-1-1 ____0-0-0 ____1-1-2 ____1-0-1 ____ 1-0-1 ____ 0-0-0 _____ DNP Flannel __________ 0-0-0 ____ 1-0-1 ____0-0-0 ____1-0-1 ____1-0-1 ____ 0-0-0 ____ 0-0-0 ____ 7-2-9 Foster ___________ 0-0-0 ____ 1-1-2 ____2-0-2 ____ DNP ____ DNP _____DNP _____ DNP ____ 1-0-1 Hubert __________ 2-0-2 ____ 1-4-5 ____0-0-0 ____7-2-9 ____5-0-5 ____ 3-0-3 ____ 1-1-2 ____ 3-2-5 Hyder ___________ 0-0-0 ____ 2-0-2 ____5-0-5 ____4-3-7 ____1-0-1 ____ 2-0-2 ____ 2-0-2 ____ 5-0-5 Johnson _________ 9-0-9 ____ 1-0-1 __ 11-2-12 ____1-2-3 ____9-0-9 ____ 3-0-3 ____ 3-2-5 ____ 2-2-4 Langley __________ 1-0-1 ____ 1-0-1 ____4-0-4 ____2-2-4 ____2-0-2 ____ 5-0-5 _____ DNP ____ 3-0-3 Mackey __________ 4-0-4 _____ DNP ____ DNP ____3-1-4 ____2-0-2 ____ 1-0-1 ____ 0-0-0 ____ 4-2-6 Mays ___________ 1-0-1 ____ 0-0-0 ____3-0-3 ____0-0-0 ____4-0-4 ____ 1-0-1 _____ DNP ____ 0-0-0 McRoy __________ 0-0-0 ____ 0-1-1 ____0-0-0 ____1-0-1 ____0-0-0 ____ 0-0-0 ____ 0-0-0 ____ 0-0-0 Neboh___________ 1-0-1 ____ 1-0-1 ____4-0-4 ____2-0-2 ____0-0-0 ____ 2-0-2 ____ 0-0-0 ____ 0-0-0 Osunde ___________ DNP ____ 0-0-0 ____1-0-1 ____ DNP ____ DNP _____DNP _____ DNP ____ 2-0-2 Ontiveros __________ DNP ____ 0-0-0 ____0-0-0 ____0-0-0 ____0-0-0 ____ 0-0-0 ____ 0-0-0 ____ 0-0-0 Perry ___________ 3-0-3 ____ 2-2-4 ____0-0-0 ____0-0-0 ____ DNP ____ 0-0-0 ____ 0-0-0 ____ 0-0-0 Phillips __________ 1-0-1 ____ 0-0-0 ____3-0-3 ____0-0-0 ____1-0-1 ____ 0-0-0 _____ DNP ____ 5-0-5 Porter ___________ 4-0-4 ____ 3-1-4 ____ DNP ____4-0-4 ____0-0-0 ____ 2-0-2 ____ 4-1-5 ____ 4-1-5 Richards _________ 0-0-0 ____ 4-0-4 ____1-0-1 ____1-3-4 ____1-0-1 ____ 1-0-1 ____ 1-0-1 ____ 0-0-0 Simmons __________ DNP ____ 2-3-5 ____ DNP ____1-0-1 ____1-0-1 ____ 0-0-0 ____ 1-0-1 ____ 2-0-2 Smith ____________ DNP _____ DNP ____ DNP ____ DNP ____4-0-4 ____ 5-0-5 ____ 2-0-2 ____ 5-1-6 Sonier ___________ 3-0-3 _____ DNP ____ DNP ____ DNP ____ DNP _____DNP ____ 0-0-0 ____ 0-0-0 Vest ____________ 2-0-2 ____ 1-1-2 ____2-0-2 ____0-0-0 ____2-0-2 ____ 0-0-0 ____ 1-1-2 ____ 0-0-0 Wesley __________ 4-0-4 ____ 1-3-4 ____0-0-0 ____0-0-0 ____1-0-1 ____ 0-0-0 ____ 1-1-2 ____ 2-1-3

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SUPERLATIVES (GAME HIGHS) INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS Rushes ___________26 ____________ Stephens, Eric vs Nevada (Sep 24, 2011) _______________________________Stephens, Eric at Kansas (Oct 01, 2011) Yards Rushing ______134 ___________ Stephens, Eric vs Nevada (Sep 24, 2011) TD Rushes _________2 _______________Stephens, Eric vs TXST (Sep 03, 2011) ______________________________ Stephens, Eric vs Nevada (Sep 24, 2011) _______________________________Stephens, Eric at Kansas (Oct 01, 2011) _____________________________ Williams, Kenny vs Baylor (Nov 26, 2011) Long Rush _________51 ________ Crawford, Aaron vs Kansas State (Oct 15, 2011) Pass attempts ______66 ___________ Doege, Seth vs Texas A&M (Oct 08, 2011) Pass completions ____44 ___________ Doege, Seth vs Texas A&M (Oct 08, 2011) Yards Passing _______461 _________ Doege, Seth vs Kansas State (Oct 15, 2011) TD Passes _________5 ___________ Doege, Seth at New Mexico (Sep 17, 2011) Long Pass _________56 __________ Doege, Seth at New Mexico (Sep 17, 2011) Receptions ________16 _______________ Ward, Eric vs Baylor (Nov 26, 2011) Yards Receiving _____221 _____________ Moore, Darrin vs TXST (Sep 03, 2011) TD Receptions ______3 __________ Moore, Darrin at New Mexico (Sep 17, 2011) ______________________________ Torres, Alex at Oklahoma (Oct 22, 2011) Long Reception _____56 _________ Moore, Darrin at New Mexico (Sep 17, 2011) Field Goals ________4 __________ Carona, Donnie vs Texas A&M (Oct 08, 2011) Long Field Goal______49 _________ Carona, Donnie vs Texas A&M (Oct 08, 2011) Punts ____________9 ___________ Erxleben, Ryan vs Iowa State (Oct 29, 2011) Punting Avg________51.4 __________ Erxleben, Ryan at Missouri (Nov 19, 2011) Long Punt _________59 ___________ Erxleben, Ryan at Missouri (Nov 19, 2011) Punts inside 20______3 ____________ Erxleben, Ryan vs Nevada (Sep 24, 2011) ____________________________ Erxleben, Ryan at Oklahoma (Oct 22, 2011) _____________________________ Erxleben, Ryan at Missouri (Nov 19, 2011) Long Punt Return ____25 ________ Zouzalik, Austin at New Mexico (Sep 17, 2011) Long Kickoff Return ___52 ______________ McRoy, Ben vs Baylor (Nov 26, 2011) Tackles ___________14 ______________ Davis, Cody at Kansas (Oct 01, 2011) _______________________________ Cobb, Daniel vs Baylor (Nov 26, 2011) Sacks ____________1.5 ____________ Smith, Scott at Missouri (Nov 19, 2011) Tackles For Loss _____2.5 ___________ Cobb, Daniel at Oklahoma (Oct 22, 2011) _______________________________ Bullitt, Terr. at Missouri (Nov 19, 2011) Interceptions _______2 ______________ Johnson, D.J. at Kansas (Oct 01, 2011)

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TEAM GAME HIGHS Rushes ___________43 ___________________ at Oklahoma (Oct 22, 2011) Yards Rushing ______219 ____________________ vs Nevada (Sep 24, 2011) Yards Per Rush ______5.8 _____________________ vs Nevada (Sep 24, 2011) TD Rushes _________3 ________________________vs TXST (Sep 03, 2011) _______________________________________ at Kansas (Oct 01, 2011) ____________________________________ vs Kansas State (Oct 15, 2011) Pass attempts ______66 ___________________ vs Texas A&M (Oct 08, 2011) Pass completions ____45 __________________ at New Mexico (Sep 17, 2011) Yards Passing _______461 _________________ vs Kansas State (Oct 15, 2011) Yards Per Pass ______9.3 _______________________vs TXST (Sep 03, 2011) TD Passes _________6 ___________________ at New Mexico (Sep 17, 2011) Total Plays_________105 __________________ vs Texas A&M (Oct 08, 2011) Total Offense _______624 _________________ at New Mexico (Sep 17, 2011) Yards Per Play ______7.3 __________________ at New Mexico (Sep 17, 2011) Points ___________59 __________________ at New Mexico (Sep 17, 2011) Sacks By __________3 ___________________ at New Mexico (Sep 17, 2011) First Downs ________34 __________________ at New Mexico (Sep 17, 2011) _____________________________________ vs Texas A&M (Oct 08, 2011) Penalties _________17 _____________________ at Kansas (Oct 01, 2011) Penalty Yards _______154 ____________________ at Kansas (Oct 01, 2011) Turnovers _________4 ___________________ vs Kansas State (Oct 15, 2011) _______________________________________ vs Baylor (Nov 26, 2011) Interceptions By _____3 ______________________ at Kansas (Oct 01, 2011) Punts ____________9 ____________________ vs Iowa State (Oct 29, 2011) Punting Avg________51.4 ___________________ at Missouri (Nov 19, 2011) Long Punt _________59 ____________________ at Missouri (Nov 19, 2011) Punts inside 20______3 ______________________ vs Nevada (Sep 24, 2011) _____________________________________ at Oklahoma (Oct 22, 2011) ______________________________________ at Missouri (Nov 19, 2011) Long Punt Return ____25 __________________ at New Mexico (Sep 17, 2011)

OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS Rushes ___________42 ______________Ganaway, T., vs Baylor (Nov 26, 2011) Yards Rushing ______246 _____________Ganaway, T., vs Baylor (Nov 26, 2011) TD Rushes _________3 ___________ Klein, Collin, vs Kansas State (Oct 15, 2011) _______________________________ Bergeron, Joe, at Texas (Nov 05, 2011) ________________________Randle, Joseph, vs Oklahoma State (Nov 12, 2011) Long Rush _________71 ___________Hollis, Duran, vs Iowa State (Oct 29, 2011) Pass attempts ______55 ___________ Jones,Landry, at Oklahoma (Oct 22, 2011) Pass completions ____31 ____ Weeden, Brandon, vs Oklahoma State (Nov 12, 2011) Yards Passing _______423 ___ Weeden, Brandon, vs Oklahoma State (Nov 12, 2011) TD Passes _________5 ____________ Jones,Landry, at Oklahoma (Oct 22, 2011) ______________________ Weeden, Brandon, vs Oklahoma State (Nov 12, 2011) Long Pass _________69 ________ AUSTIN, Tarean, at New Mexico (Sep 17, 2011) Receptions ________8 _____________Stills,Kenny, at Oklahoma (Oct 22, 2011) Yards Receiving _____139 _________ LONG, Deon, at New Mexico (Sep 17, 2011) TD Receptions ______2 _____________Stills,Kenny, at Oklahoma (Oct 22, 2011) _________________________Stewart, Josh, vs Oklahoma State (Nov 12, 2011) ______________________ Blackmon, Justin, vs Oklahoma State (Nov 12, 2011) _____________________________ Wright, Kendall, vs Baylor (Nov 26, 2011) Long Reception _____69 __________ LONG, Deon, at New Mexico (Sep 17, 2011) Field Goals ________2 ___________ AHO, James, at New Mexico (Sep 17, 2011) _______________________________Martinez, A., vs Nevada (Sep 24, 2011) _____________________________ Guyer, Zach, vs Iowa State (Oct 29, 2011) Long Field Goal______48 _____________ Tucker, Justin, at Texas (Nov 05, 2011) Punts ____________7 ______________ Way,Tress, at Oklahoma (Oct 22, 2011) Punting Avg________57.3 _______________Follis, Ben, vs TXST (Sep 03, 2011) Long Punt _________68 ________________Follis, Ben, vs TXST (Sep 03, 2011) ___________________________ Epperson, Ryan, vs Texas A&M (Oct 08, 2011) ______________________________ Barrow, Trey, at Missouri (Nov 19, 2011) Punts inside 20______2 ______________ Rutherford, S., vs TXST (Sep 03, 2011) ___________________________ Epperson, Ryan, vs Texas A&M (Oct 08, 2011) ____________________________ Doerr, Ryan, vs Kansas State (Oct 15, 2011) _______________________________ Way,Tress, at Oklahoma (Oct 22, 2011) __________________________ Van Der Kamp,K., vs Iowa State (Oct 29, 2011) Long Punt Return ____25 ___________ Broyles,Ryan, at Oklahoma (Oct 22, 2011) Long Kickoff Return ___100 ________ Lockett, Tyler, vs Kansas State (Oct 15, 2011) Tackles ___________13 ___________ Colvin,Aaron, at Oklahoma (Oct 22, 2011) _____________________________ Lambert, Luke, at Missouri (Nov 19, 2011) Sacks ____________2.0 ______________ Roy, Brett, vs Nevada (Sep 24, 2011) ________________________________ Okafor, Alex, at Texas (Nov 05, 2011) Tackles For Loss _____3.5 ______________ Roy, Brett, vs Nevada (Sep 24, 2011) Interceptions _______1 _____________ Terry, Keeston, at Kansas (Oct 01, 2011) __________________________ Hartman, Tysyn, vs Kansas State (Oct 15, 2011) ___________________________ Malone, Nigel, vs Kansas State (Oct 15, 2011) ___________________________ Garrett, David, vs Kansas State (Oct 15, 2011) ___________________________ Reeves, Jeremy, vs Iowa State (Oct 29, 2011) ___________________________ Benton, Ter’Ran, vs Iowa State (Oct 29, 2011) ________________________Bassett, Cooper, vs Oklahoma State (Nov 12, 2011) _____________________________ Sam, Michael, at Missouri (Nov 19, 2011) _______________________________ Morton, K.J., vs Baylor (Nov 26, 2011) _______________________________Williams, Joe, vs Baylor (Nov 26, 2011)

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LONGEST PLAYS - TEXAS TECH (25-PLUS YARDS) Yards 56 ______ 54 ______ 51 ______ 50 ______ 49 ______ 49 ______ 49 ______ 48 ______ 48 ______ 48 ______ 47 ______ 47 ______ 46 ______ 46 ______ 44 ______ 43 ______ 42 ______ 42 ______ 42 ______ 41 ______ 41 ______ 41 ______ 40 ______ 40 ______ 40 ______ 40 ______ 38 ______ 37 ______ 37 ______ 37 ______ 37 ______ 36 ______ 36 ______ 35 ______ 35 ______ 35 ______ 34 ______ 33 ______ 33 ______ 31 ______ 30 ______ 30 ______ 30 ______ 30 ______ 29 ______ 29 ______ 29 ______ 29 ______ 29 ______ 28 ______ 28 ______ 27 ______ 27 ______ 27 ______ 27 ______ 26 ______ 26 ______ 26 ______ 26... _____ 26 ______ 26 ______ 25 ______ 25 ______ 25 ______

Opponent Play/Situation/Result UNM __________________________________________________________________ Darrin Moore 56-yard reception/3rd and 8/Touchdown KU _______________________________________________________________Donnie Carona 54-yard field goal attempt/4th and 2/No Good KSU _____________________________________________________________________ Aaron Crawford 51-yard run/2nd and 1/First Down TAMU ______________________________________________________________________________ Donnie Carona field goal/Blocked UT ____________________________________________________________________Adam James 49-yard reception/1st and 10/First Down TAMU ___________________________________________________________________________Donnie Carona 49-yard field goal/Good TAMU ___________________________________________________________________________Donnie Carona 49-yard field goal/Good OU ___________________________________________________________________________ Eric Ward reception/2nd and 7/First Down KSU __________________________________________________________________________ Donnie Carona 48-yard field goal/Blocked NEV ______________________________________________________________________ Seth Doege 48-yard rush/1st and 10/First Down KSU ____________________________________________________________________________Donnie Carona 47-yard field goal/Good TAMU ________________________________________________________________________ Ben McRoy 47-yard kickff return/First Down KU _____________________________________________________________________________Donnie Carona 46-yard field goal/Good TXST _____________________________________________________________________ Eric Stephens 46-yard rush/1st and 10/Touchdown OU _________________________________________________________________________ Alex Torres reception/2nd and 10/Touchdown BU ___________________________________________________________________ Darrin Moore 42-yard reception/2nd and 10/Touchown BU _________________________________________________________________________ Ben McCroy Kickoff return/Kickoff/First Down KSU ________________________________________________________________ Tramain Swindall 42-yard reception/2nd and 9/First Down TAMU _______________________________________________________________________ Ben McRoy 42-yard kickoff return/First Down OU ______________________________________________________________________________ Ben McRoy kickoff return/First Down NEV ________________________________________________________________________ Ben McRoy 41-yard kickoff return/First Down TXST ___________________________________________________________________Darrin Moore 41-yard reception/2nd and 1/First Down UT _____________________________________________________________________________Donnie Carona 40-yard field goal/Good OU _____________________________________________________________________________Donnie Carona 40-yard field goal/Good OU ______________________________________________________________________ Marcus Kennard reception/ 1st and 10/First Down KU ______________________________________________________________________Eric Ward 40-yard reception/1st and 25/First Down KUS _______________________________________________________________________________ Donnie Carona field goal/Blocked OU _____________________________________________________________________________Donnie Carona 37-yard field goal/Good KSU ________________________________________________________________Cornelius Douglas 37-yard reception/2nd and 1/First Down TAMU ____________________________________________________________________ Bradley Marquez reception/1st and 10/First Down UNM ________________________________________________________________________ Ben McRoy 37-yard kickoff return/First Down KU ____________________________________________________________________ Cqulin Hubert 36-yard interception return/First Down NEV ________________________________________________________________________ Ben McRoy 36-yard kickoff return/First Down ISU __________________________________________________________________Marcus Kennard 35-yard reception/1st and 10/First Down TAMU ___________________________________________________________________ Alex Torres 35-yard reception/2nd and 8/First Down KU _________________________________________________________________Cornelius Douglas 45-yard reception/2nd and 8/First Down OU _________________________________________________________________________ Adam James reception/2nd and 1/First Down BU _____________________________________________________________________ Eric Ward 33-yard reception/1st and 10/Touchdown NEV ________________________________________________________________________ Ben McRoy 33-yard kickoff return/First Down TXST ________________________________________________________________________ Ben McRoy 31-yard kickoff return/First Down OU _______________________________________________________________________Marcus Kennard reception/1st and 10/First Down OU _________________________________________________________________________ Alex Torres reception/2nd and 21/Touchdown TAMU ___________________________________________________________________________Donnie Carona 30-yard field goal/Good TXST __________________________________________________________________ Darrin Moore 30-yard reception/1st and 10/First Down BU __________________________________________________________________Bradley Marquez 29-yard kickoff return/Kickoff/1st Down MU________________________________________________________________ Darrin Moore 29-yard reception/1st and 10/Penalty No Play UT _____________________________________________________________________________Donnie Carona 29-yard field goal/Good TAMU _______________________________________________________________________ Ben McRoy 29-yard kickoff return/First Down KU 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_____________________________________________________________ DeAndre Washington 26-yard reception/1st and 10/First Down UT _______________________________________________________________DeAndre Washington 26 yard kickoff return/Kickoff/First Down KU _________________________________________________________________ Bradley Marquez 26-yard reception /2nd and 7/First Down NEV ______________________________________________________________________ Seth Doege 26-yard rush/1st and 10/First Down UNM __________________________________________________________ Austin Zouzalik 26-yard pass to Darrin Moore/2nd and 1/Touchdown OU _____________________________________________________________________ Cornelius Douglas reception/3rd and 11/First Down KU _________________________________________________________________________ Ben McCroy 25-yard kickoff return/First Down UNM _______________________________________________________________________Austin Zouzalik 25-yard punt return/First Down

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Beshears 56-yard rush/1st and 10/First Down 57 _______ NEV ______________________________________________________________________ Rishard Matthews 57-yard reception/3rd and 7/First Down 56 _______ OSU ____________________________________________________________________________ Herschel Sims 56-yard rush/1st and 10/1st Down 56 _______ NEV ____________________________________________________________________________ Cody Fajardo 56-yard rush/1st and 15/Touchdown 55 _______ OU ______________________________________________________________________________ Jaz Reynolds reception/1st and 10/Touchdown 55 _______ OU ___________________________________________________________________________________ Roy Finch rush/1st and 10/ First Down 54 _______ MU ____________________________________________________________________________ DeVion Morre 54-yard rush/2nd and 4/First Down 54 _______ KU _________________________________________________________________________ D.J Beshears 54-yard reception/ 1st and 10/ First Down 51 _______ UT ____________________________________________________________________________ Joe Bergeron 51-yard rush/1st and 10/First Down 51 _______ KU __________________________________________________________________________ Brando Bourbon 51-yard rush/2nd and 5/Touchdown 50 _______ ISU _______________________________________________________________________________ Mahoney, Grant 50-yard field goal/No Good 48 _______ OSU _______________________________________________________________________ Justin Blackmon 48-yard reception/3rd and 3/Touchdown 48 _______ UT ___________________________________________________________________________________ Justin Tucker 48-yard field goal/Good 48 _______ UT ___________________________________________________________________________Mike Davis 48-yard reception/2nd and 7/First Down 46 _______ BU _______________________________________________________________________ Kendall Wright 46-yard reception/1st and 10/Touchdown 45 _______ TAMU__________________________________________________________________________________Randy Bullock 45-yard field goal/Good 44 _______ UT _______________________________________________________________________________David Ash 47-yard rush/3rd and 4/First Down 44 _______ UNM _____________________________________________________________________________ James Aho 44-yard field goal/4th and 8/Good 42 _______ ISU ____________________________________________________________________________________ Guyer, Zach 42- yard field goal/Good 42 _______ KU __________________________________________________________________________________Alex Mueller 42-yard field goal/No Good 42 _______ UNM _____________________________________________________________________________James Aho 42-yard field goal/4th and 12/Good 40 _______ BU ______________________________________________________________________Terrance Williams 40-yard reception/1st and 10/Touchdown 40 _______ ISU ________________________________________________________________________ Ter’Ran Benton 40-yard Interception Return/First Down 40 _______ OU ___________________________________________________________________________________ Terry Franks Kickoff Return/First Down 40 _______ TXST ____________________________________________________________________________ Will Johnson 40-yard field goal/4th and 2/Good 39 _______ OU ________________________________________________________________________________ Mike Hunnicutt 39-yard field goal/No Good 39 _______ UNM _________________________________________________________________________ Deon Long 39-yard reception/1st and 10/First Down 38 _______ ISU ___________________________________________________________________________ Josh Lenz 38-yardreception/1st and 10/First Down 38 _______ TAMU___________________________________________________________________ Nwachukwu, Uzoma 39-yard reception/3rd and 14/First Down 37 _______ UT _______________________________________________________________________ Marqui Goodwin 37-yard reception/3rd and 6/First Down 36 _______ TXST ____________________________________________________________________________ Derrick Lopez 36-yard kickoff return/First Down 35 _______ KSU ______________________________________________________________________Tramain Thompson 35-yard reception/2nd and 4/First Down 34 _______ NEV _____________________________________________________________________________Cody Fajardo 34-yard rush/1st and 5/First Down\ 33 _______ BU _______________________________________________________________________Antwan Goodley 33-yard kickoff return/Kickoff/First Down 33 _______ BU ________________________________________________________________________ Kendall Wright 33-yard reception/4th and 6/Touchdown 33 _______ MU ___________________________________________________________________________ Donnie Carona 33-yard Field Goal/4th and14/Good 33 _______ OSU __________________________________________________________________________ Josh Cooper 33 yard reception/1st and 10/First Down 33 _______ ISU ________________________________________________________________________Jeremy Reeves Interception Return/3rd and 5/First Down 33 _______ TAMU_________________________________________________________________________________ Judie, Coryell kickoff return/First Down 32 _______ MU ___________________________________________________________________________ Wes Kemp 32-yard reception/1st and 1-/First Down 32 _______ NEV ______________________________________________________________________________ Mike Ball 32-yard rush/1st and 10/First Down 31 _______ MU ___________________________________________________________________________ James Franklin 31-yard rush/1st and 10/First Down 31 _______ UT _________________________________________________________________________Darrius White 31-yard reception/3rd and 7/Touchdown 31 _______ UT __________________________________________________________________________ Marqui Goodwin 31-yard rush/2nd and 8/First Down 31 _______ OU ____________________________________________________________________________________ Roy Finch Kickoff Return/First Down 31 _______ KSU _______________________________________________________________________________ Anthony Cantele 31-yard field goal/No Good 31 _______ TAMU_________________________________________________________________________________ Judie Coryell kickoff return /First Down 31 _______ NEV _______________________________________________________________________ Anthony Martinzez 31-yard field goal/4th and 2/No Good 31 _______ UNM _________________________________________________________________________ Deon Long 31-yard reception/3rd and 10/First Down 29 _______ OSU __________________________________________________________________________ Josh Cooper 29-yard reception/2nd and 8/First Down 29 _______ NEV ______________________________________________________________________Shande Anderson 29-yard reception/2nd and 13/First Down 28 _______ OSU_____________________________________________________________________ Josh Stewart 28 yard kickoff return/Kickoff Return/First Down 28 _______ OSU ______________________________________________________________________ Isaiah Anderson 28-yard reception/ 1st and 10/Touchdown 28 _______ ISU _____________________________________________________________________________Josh Lenz 28-yard kick return/Kickoff/First Down 28 _______ OU ________________________________________________________________________________ Mike Hunnicutt 28-yard field goal/No Good 28 _______ OU ____________________________________________________________________________________ Roy Finch Kickoff Return/First Down 27 _______ MU __________________________________________________________________ Kendi Lawrence 27-yard/1st and 10/Fumble Recover by Texas Tech 27 _______ OSU_________________________________________________________________________Josh Stewart 27-yard reception/1st and 10/Touchdown 27 _______ OU ___________________________________________________________________________________ Trey Franks Kickoff Return/First Down 27 _______ OU _________________________________________________________________ Ryan Broles recpetion/1st and 10/Fumble-recoverd by D.J. Johnson 27 _______ NEV _________________________________________________________________________ Kolby Arendse 27-yard reception/3rd and 6/First Down 26 _______ MU __________________________________________________________________________Marcus Lucas 26-yard reception/1st and 10/1st Down 26 _______ UT _______________________________________________________________________ Fozzy Whittaker 26-yard kickoff return/Kickoff/First Down 25 _______ BU ______________________________________________________________________ Lanear Sampson 25-yard reception/2nd and 18/First Down 25 _______ BU _________________________________________________________________________Levi Norwood 25 yard kickoff return/Kickoff/First Down 25 _______ OU ____________________________________________________________________________ Ryan Broles Punt Return/Punt Retrun/First Down 25 _______ OU ____________________________________________________________________________________ Roy Finch Kickoff Retunr/First Down 25 _______ KSU ______________________________________________________________________________ Collin Klein 25-yard run/1st and 15/First Down 25 _______ KSU ______________________________________________________________________________ Collin Klein 25-yard run/2nd and 8/First Down 25 _______ KSU __________________________________________________________________________Tyler Locket 25-yard kickoff return/Kickoff/First Down 25 _______ KU ________________________________________________________________________ Darrian Miller 25-yard reception/ 2nd and 7/First Down 25 _______ NEV ______________________________________________________________________ Anthony Martinez 25-yard field goal/4th and 4/First Down 25 _______ UNM ______________________________________________________________________________ Deon Long 25-yard kickoff return/First Down

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SCORING DRIVES - TEXAS TECH TEXAS TECH No. of Total Drive Type of Score Drive Scoring Opponent Plays Yards Time Score Qtr/Time Start Play Baylor ____________ 1 ________ 33_______ 0:12 _________TD ________ 4th/14:03__________ B33 _______________ Eric Ward 33-yard reception Baylor ____________ 6 ________ 64_______ 2:12 _________TD _________ 3rd/0:14__________ T36 ______________ Kennny Williams 14-yard run Baylor ____________ 7 ________ 60_______ 1:28 _________TD _________ 2nd/0:08__________ T40 _____________ Darrin Moore 1-yard reception Baylor ____________ 2 ________ 43_______ 0:43 _________TD _________ 2nd/7:57__________ B38 ____________ Darrin Moore 43-yard reception Baylor ____________ 13 ________ 74_______ 3:59 _________TD ________ 2nd/10:55__________ T26 _______________ Eric Ward 2-yard reception Baylor ____________ 9 ________ 76_______ 3:18 _________TD _________ 1st/3:39__________ T24 _________________ Kenny Wililams 5 yd run Missouri ___________ 12 _______ 77_______ 4:38 _________TD __________ 3rd/:01__________ T23 ____________ Darrin Moore 24-yard reception Missouri ___________ 13 ________ 63_______ 5:45 _________FG _________ 3rd/9:15__________ T20 ___________ Donnie Carona 33-yard field goal Missouri ___________ 11 ________ 49_______ 4:32 _________FG __________2nd/:27__________ T20 ___________ Donnie Carona 48-yard field goal Missouri ___________ 13 ________ 80_______ 3:57 _________TD _________ 1st/1:25__________ T20 __________________ Seth Doege 3-yard run Missouri ___________ 9 ________ 57_______ 2:01 _________TD _________1st/10:51__________ T43 ________________ Bradley Marquez 1yd run Oklahoma State ______ 1 ________ 0 _______ 0:00 _________TD ________ 3rd/13:04__________ O37 ___________ Corelius Douglas fumble recovery Texas _____________ 12 ________ 74_______ 4:39 _________TD _________ 4th/1:10__________ T26 _____________ Darrin Moore 1-yard reception Texas _____________ 15 ________ 80_______ 5:56 _________TD _________ 3rd/3:10__________ T20 _______________ Eric Ward 8-yard reception Texas _____________ 7 ________ 61_______ 3:00 _________FG ________ 2nd/10:10__________ T17 ___________ Donnie Carona 40-yard field goal Texas _____________ 16 ________ 71_______ 7:04 _________FG _________ 1st/7:56__________ T17 ___________ Donnie Carona 29-yard field goal Iowa State__________ 6 ________ 58_______ 1:37 _________TD _________ 2nd/8:33__________ T42 _________________ Seth Doege 8-yard rush Oklahoma __________ 6 ________ 74_______ 3:01 _________TD _________ 4th/7:38__________ T26 __________ Tramain Swindall 14-yard reception Oklahoma __________ 10 ________ 54_______ 2:44 _________FG ________ 4th/14:50__________ T26 ___________ Donnie Carona 37-yard field goal Oklahoma __________ 4 ________ 72_______ 1:19 _________TD ________ 3rd/12:57__________ T28 ______________ Alex Torres 11-yard reception Oklahoma __________ 9 ________ 24_______ 3:07 _________FG _________ 2nd/1:26__________ O46 ___________ Donnie Carona 40-yard field goal Oklahoma __________ 8 ________ 69_______ 2:01 _________TD _________ 2nd/8:56__________ T31 ______________ Alex Torres 30-yard reception Oklahoma __________ 10 ________ 78_______ 3:39 _________TD ________ 2nd/11:16__________ T22 _________________ Seth Doege 1-yard rush Oklahoma __________ 4 ________ 54_______ 1:08 _________TD _________1st/13:52__________ T46 ______________ Alex Torres 44-yard reception Kansas State ________ 12 ________ 79_______ 2:41 _________FG _________ 4th/2:32__________ T20 ___________ Donnie Carona 19-yard field goal Kansas State ________ 15 ________ 62_______ 3:11 _________FG _________ 3rd/2:56__________ T08 ___________ Donnie Carona 47-yard field goal Kansas State ________ 9 ________ 55_______ 1:53 _________TD _________ 2nd/0:35__________ T45 __________________ Seth Doege 1-yard run Kansas State ________ 4 ________ 72_______ 1:00 _________TD _________ 2nd/3:55__________ T28 _______________Aaron Crawford 51-yard run Kansas State ________ 10 ________ 87_______ 2:41 _________TD ________ 2nd/14:46__________ T13 ____________ DeAndre Washington 7-yard run Kansas State ________ 5 ________ 65_______ 2:03 _________TD _________ 1st/9:47__________ T35 _________ Cornelius Douglas 40-yard reception Texas A&M _________ 9 ________ 91_______ 2:24 _________TD _________ 4th/0:31__________ H09 ______________ Alex Torres 20-yard reception Texas A&M _________ 10 ________ 37_______ 2:25 _________FG _________ 4th/9:34__________ H49 ____________Donnie Carona 30 yard field goal Texas A&M _________ 14 ________ 80_______ 3:16 _________TD _________ 3rd/1:17__________ H20 _______________ Eric Ward 5-yard reception Texas A&M _________ 9 ________ 32_______ 2:47 _________FG _________ 3rd/9:10__________ H35 ___________ Donnie Carona 49-yard field goal Texas A&M _________ 9 ________ 80_______ 3:24 _________TD _________ 2nd/3:52__________ H20 ________________ Eric Stephens 4 yard rush Texas A&M _________ 9 ________ 70_______ 2:33 _________FG _________ 2nd/9:21__________ H20 ___________ Donnie Carona 27-yard field goal Texas A&M _________ 6 ________ 14_______ 2:53 _________FG ________ 2nd/14:19__________ T46 ___________ Donnie Carona 49-yard field goal Texas A&M _________ 13 ________ 58_______ 3:33 _________TD _________ 1st/9:31__________ H42 _____________ Adam James 2-yard reception Kansas ____________ 6 ________ 64_______ 2:07 _________TD _________ 3rd/2:49__________ T 36 _______________ Eric Ward 18-yard reception Kansas ____________ 11 ________ 80_______ 3:29 _________TD _________ 3rd/5:21__________ T20 ________________ Eric Stephens 1-yard rush Kansas ____________ 12 _______ 91_______ 3:33 _________TD ________ 3rd/11:23__________ T09 ________________ Eric Stephens 8-yard rush Kansas ____________ 6 ________ 37_______ 0:49 _________FG _________ 2nd/7:44__________ T34 ________________Donnie Carona 46-yard FG Kansas ____________ 6 ________ 45_______ 1:00 _________TD _________ 2nd/1:48__________ H45 ____________ Jacoby Franks 13-yard reception Kansas ____________ 1 ________ 25_______ 0:29 _________TD ________ 2nd/14:22__________ H25 ______________ Eric Ward 40 -yard reception Kansas ____________ 7 ________ 52_______ 1:57 _________TD _________ 1st/1:35__________ V48 ___________ DeAndre Washington 2-yard rush Nevada ____________ 12 ________ 80_______ 4:46 _________TD _________ 2nd/9:32__________ T20 _______________ Eric Ward 2-yard reception Nevada ____________ 9 ________ 69_______ 3:17 _________TD _________ 3rd/8:22__________ T31 ________________ Eric Stephens 10-yard run Nevada ____________ 3 ________ 63_______ 1:17 _________TD _________ 3rd/4:12__________ T37 ______________ Jace Amaro 8-yard reception Nevada ____________ 10 ________ 63_______ 3:21 _________TD _________ 4th/9:39__________ T37 _________________Eric Stephens 1-yard run Nevada ____________ 9 ________ 56_______ 4:13 _________TD _________ 4th/0:36__________ T44 _______________ Eric Ward 4-yard reception New Mexico _________ 4 ________ 72_______ 1:27 _________TD _________1st/13:33__________ T28 ____________ Darrin Moore 56-yard reception New Mexico _________ 5 ________ 44_______ 1:26 _________TD _________ 1st/9:57__________ N44 _____________ Darrin Moore 7-yard reception New Mexico _________ 17 ________ 92_______ 6:38 _________TD ________ 2nd/14:24__________ T08 _______________ Eric Ward 1-yard reception New Mexico _________ 5 ________ 77_______ 2:12 _________TD ________2md/10:35__________ T23 ____________ Darrin Moore 26-yard reception New Mexico _________ 6 ________ 25_______ 2:15 _________TD _________ 2nd/2:25__________ N25 _________________Eric Stephens 4-yard run New Mexico _________ 6 ________ 60_______ 0:48 _________FG _________ 2nd/0:00__________ T34 ___________ Donnie Carona 23-yard field goal New Mexico _________ 7 ________ 42_______ 2:48 _________TD ________ 3rd/10:25__________ N42 _______________ Eric Ward 11-yard reception New Mexico _________ 12 ________ 95_______ 5:06 _________TD _________ 3rd/1:18__________ T05 ______________ Jace Amaro 2-yard reception New Mexico _________ 8 ________ 55_______ 3:06 _________TD ________ 4th/12:41__________ T45 ________________Ronnie Daniels 9-yard run Texas State _________ 3 ________ 60_______ 0:43 _________TD _________ 1st/0:53__________ H40 __________ Bradley Marquez 10-yard reception Texas State _________ 0 ________ 0 _______ 0:00 _________ S _________ 1st/0:46__________ T01 ________________________ Team Safety Texas State _________ 12 ________ 84_______ 3:30 _________TD _________ 2nd/7:22__________ H16 ____________ Darrin Moore 20-yard reception Texas State _________ 5 ________ 92_______ 1:40 _________TD _________ 2nd/1:39__________ H08 ________________ Eric Stephens 46-yard run Texas State _________ 4 ________ 36_______ 1:26 _________TD _________ 2nd/0:00__________ T36 _________________Eric Stephens 2-yard run Texas State _________ 7 ________ 88_______ 2:00 _________TD ________ 4th/11:54__________ H12 __________ Tramain Swindall 20-yard reception Texas State _________ 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No. of Total Drive Type of Score Drive Scoring Opponent Plays Yards Time Score Qtr/Time Start Play Baylor _____________ 3 _________21 _______ 1:02 _________ TD __________ 4th/6:24 ___________ T21 ____________________Gannaway, T 4-yard run Baylor _____________ 12 _________69 _______ 4:30 _________ TD __________ 4th/9:33 ___________ B31 ___________________ Nick Florence 1-yard run Baylor _____________ 0 _________90 _______ 0:00 _________ TD __________ 3rd/2:26 ________________________Joe Williams 90-yard interception return Baylor _____________ 8 _________77 _______ 2:27 _________ TD __________ 3rd/6:05 ___________ B23 ________________ Williams, T 40-yard reception Baylor _____________ 5 _________80 _______ 1:26 _________ TD _________ 3rd/10:09 ___________ B20 ______________ Kendall Wright 46-yard reception Baylor _____________ 12 _________86 _______ 4:57 _________ TD __________ 2nd/1:36 ___________ B14 __________________Robert Griffin III 3-yard run Baylor _____________ 7 _________61 _______ 2:15 _________ TD __________ 2nd/8:40 ___________ B39 ____________________ Ganaway, T 4-yard run Baylor _____________ 10 _________66 _______ 3:45 _________ TD _________ 2nd 14:54 ___________ B34 __________________Robert Griffin III 4-yard run Baylor _____________ 12 _________73 _______ 3:10 _________ TD __________ 1st/6:57 ___________ B27 ______________ Kendall Wright 33-yard reception Baylor _____________ 8 _________44 _______ 2:28 _________ FG __________1st/11:13 ___________ B45 ________________Aaron Jones 28-yard field goal Missouri ____________ 10 _________89 _______ 3:44 _________ TD __________ 4th/2:22 ___________ M11__________________ James Franklin 9-yard run Missouri ____________ 7 _________63 _______ 2:57 _________ TD _________ 4th/12:03 ___________ M37________________Marcus Lucas 7-yard reception Missouri ____________ 9 _________70 _______ 4:28 _________ TD __________ 3rd/4:43 ___________ M30______________ Michael Egnew 5-yard reception Missouri ____________ 3 _________36 _______ 0:21 _________ FG __________ 2nd/0:00 ___________ M43________________ Trey Barrow 39-yard field goal Missouri ____________ 10 _________90 _______ 3:40 _________ TD __________ 2nd/4:59 ___________ M10__________________ James Franklin 5-yard run Oklahoma State _______ 12 _________61 _______ 6:09 _________ FG _________ 4th/10:13 ___________ O19 _______________ Quinn Sharp 37-yard field goal Oklahoma State _______ 3 _________77 _______ 0:37 _________ TD __________ 3rd/3:53 ___________ O23 _______________ Josh Steward 66-yard reception Oklahoma State _______ 5 _________68 _______ 1:32 _________ TD _________ 3rd/11:32 ___________ O32 _____________ Justin Blackmon 48-yard reception Oklahoma State _______ 8 _________67 _______ 2:39 _________ TD __________ 2nd/0:37 ___________ O33 __________________ Joseph Randle 10-yard run Oklahoma State _______ 10 _________77 _______ 3:54 _________ TD __________ 2nd/5:33 ___________ O23 __________________ Josheph Randle 1-yard run Oklahoma State _______ O _________ O _______ 0:00 _________ TD _________ 2nd/14:33 ___________ T03 ____________Josh Steward 3-yard fumble recovery Oklahoma State _______ 3 _________38 _______ 0:29 _________ TD _________ 2nd/14:33 ___________ T38 _____________ Isaiah Anderson 28-yard reception Oklahoma State _______ 5 _________81 _______ 1:24 _________ TD __________ 1st/1:42 ___________ O19 _______________ Jost Stewart 27-yard reception Oklahoma State _______ 6 _________29 _______ 1:24 _________ TD __________ 1st/5:19 ___________ T29 ___________________Joseph Randle 2-yard run Oklahoma State _______ 8 _________59 _______ 3:29 _________ TD __________1st/10:52 ___________ O41 ______________ Justin Blackmon 2-yard reception Texas ______________ 12 _________94 _______ 6:37 _________ TD __________ 4th/5:48 ___________ UT6 _______________ Darius White 31-yard reception Texas ______________ 9 _________84 _______ 3:10 _________ TD _________ 4th/14:53 ___________UT16 __________________Joe Bergeron 12-yard run Texas ______________ 11 _________80 _______ 5:54 _________ TD __________ 3rd/9:06 ___________UT20 __________________ Joe Bergeron 5-yard run Texas ______________ 7 _________68 _______ 2:59 _________ TD __________ 2nd/1:46 ___________UT32 __________________ Joe Bergeron 9-yard run Texas ______________ 3 _________63 _______ 0:56 _________ TD __________ 2nd/6:56 ___________UT37 __________________ D.J. Monroe 12-yard rush Texas ______________ 4 _________72 _______ 1:31 _________ TD __________ 2nd/8:33 ___________UT28 _________________Fozzy Whittaker 8-yard run Texas ______________ 7 _________80 _______ 2:37 _________ TD _________ 2nd/13:17 ___________UT20 _______________ Fozzy Whittaker 12-yard rush Texas ______________ 7 _________29 _______ 3:26 _________ FG ___________1st 4:24 ___________UT40 ______________ Justin Tucker 48-yard field goal Iowa State___________ 9 _________37 _______ 5:19 _________ FG __________ 4th/4:48 ___________ T42 ________________ Zach Guyer 23-yard field goal Iowa State___________ 16 _________82 _______ 8:40 _________ TD _________ 4th/11:08 __________ ISU18 __________________ James White 1-yard rush Iowa State___________ 3 _________80 _______ 1:12 _________ TD _________ 3rd/13:48 __________ ISU20 __________________Duran Hollis 71-yard rush Iowa State___________ 10 _________44 _______ 3:32 _________ FG __________ 2nd/5:01 __________ ISU32 _______________ Zach Guyer 42-yard field goal Iowa State___________ 3 _________ 1 _______ 0:42 _________ TD __________ 1st/2:20 ___________ T01 ________________ Darius Darks 2-yard reception Iowa State___________ 6 _________80 _______ 1:39 _________ TD __________ 1st/3:26 __________ ISU20 ___________________ Jeff Woody 3-yard rush Iowa State___________ 8 _________67 _______ 2:59 _________ TD __________1st/10:52 __________ ISU33 _________________ Jared Barnett 13-yard rush Oklahoma ___________ 4 _________60 _______ 0:35 _________ TD __________ 4th/1:10 ___________ O40 _______________ James Hanna 22-yard reception Oklahoma ___________ 5 _________71 _______ 0:48 _________ TD __________ 4th/6:45 ___________ O29 _______________ Jaz Reynolds 55-yard reception Oklahoma ___________ 7 _________44 _______ 2:00 _________ TD _________ 4th/14:55 ___________ T44 _________________Trey Millard 3-yard reception Oklahoma ___________ 8 _________50 _______ 3:48 _________ FG __________ 3rd 6:26 ___________ O45 ______________Mike Honnicutt 22-yard field goal Oklahoma ___________ 4 _________70 _______ 1:35 _________ TD __________ 3rd/8:14 ___________ O30 ________________ Kenny Sills 58-yard reecption Oklahoma ___________ 3 _________69 _______ 0:54 _________ TD __________1st/13:46 ___________ O31 ________________ Kenny Stills 15-yard reception Kansas State _________ 3 _________22 _______ 1:00 _________ TD __________ 4th/9:52 ___________ T22 _____________________ Collin Klein1-yard run Kansas State _________ 6 _________73 _______ 2:56 _________ TD __________ 3rd/0:00 ___________KS27 ____________________Collin Klein 2-yard run Kansas State _________ 8 _________77 _______ 3:15 _________ TD _________ 3rd/11:45 ___________KS23 _______________ Chris Harper 3-yard reception Kansas State _________ 9 _________46 _______ 4:49 _________ TD __________ 2nd/4:55 ___________ T46 _____________________Collin Klein 1-yard run Kansas State _________ 1 ________ 100 ______ 0:00 _________ TD _________ 2nd/14:32 ___________KS00 ___________ Tyler Lockett 100-yard kickoff return Kansas State _________ 1 _________24 _______ 0:00 _________ TD __________1st/14:23 ___________KS24 _____________ Nigel Malone 24-yard INT return Texas A&M __________ 6 _________35 _______ 1:43 _________ TD _________ 4th/11:59 ___________ H35 _____________ Michael Lamothe 5-yard reception Texas A&M __________ 0 _________ 0 _______ 0:00 _________ TD __________ 3rd/4:33 ___________ T35 ________ Terrence Fredrick 67-yard blocked fg return Texas A&M __________ 11 _________63 _______ 3:28 _________ TD __________ 2nd/0:24 ___________ T37 _________________ Ryan Tannehill 10-yard rush Texas A&M __________ 5 _________60 _______ 2:05 _________ TD __________ 2nd/7:16 ___________ T40 ________________Christine Michael 17-yard rush Texas A&M __________ 7 _________73 _______ 2:23 _________ TD _________ 2nd/11:54 ___________ T27 ____________________ Cyrus Gray 16-yard rush Texas A&M __________ 8 _________52 _______ 3:10 _________ FG __________ 1st/9:21 ___________ T20 ______________ Randy Bullock 45-yard field goal Texas A&M __________ 7 _________83 _______ 1:56 _________ TD __________1st/13:04 ___________ T17 _________________ Ryan Tannehill 19-yard rush Kansas _____________ 5 _________45 _______ 1:12 _________ TD __________ 4th/3:30 ___________ H38 _______________ A..J. Steward 10-yard recpetion Kansas _____________ 10 ________62 _______ 3:38 _________ TD __________ 2nd/0:47 ___________ H38 _________________ Rell Lewis 19-yard reception Kansas _____________ 6 _________75 _______ 2:54 _________ TD __________ 1st/3:39 ___________ H25 ______________ Kale Pick 0-yard fumble recovery Kansas _____________ 5 _________75 _______ 1:46 _________ TD __________1st/10:23 ___________ H25 _______________ Brandon Bourbon 51-yard rush Kansas _____________ 4 _________41 _______ 1:50 _________ TD __________1st/13:10 ___________ T41 ___________________ James Sims 11-yard rush Nevada _____________ 9 _________83 _______ 4:14 _________ TD __________ 2nd/5:18 ___________ N17 ____________________Cody Fajardo 6-yard run Nevada _____________ 7 _________91 _______ 3:35 _________ TD __________ 2nd/0:35 ___________ N9 _____________ Kolby Arendose 16-yard reception Nevada _____________ 7 _________80 _______ 3:21 _________ TD _________ 3rd/11:39 ___________ N20 ________________ Rishard Matthews 2-yard pass Nevada _____________ 1 _________51 _______ 0:10 _________ TD __________ 3rd/5:29 ___________ N49 ___________________ Cody Fajardo 56-yard run Nevada _____________ 11 _________63 _______ 6:12 _________ FG _________ 4th/13:00 ___________ N29 ____________ Anthony Martinez 25-yard field goal Nevada _____________ 11 _________79 _______ 4:50 _________ FG __________ 4th/4:49 ___________ N18 ____________ Anthony Martinez 21-yard field goal New Mexico __________ 7 _________80 _______ 2:38 _________ TD __________ 2nd/7:56 ___________ N20 __________________Crusoe Gongbay 2-yard run New Mexico __________ 8 _________30 _______ 3:57 _________ FG __________ 4th/7:42 ___________ N43 ________________ James Aho 44-yard field goal New Mexico __________ 8 _________47 _______ 3:31 _________ FG __________ 4th/1:40 ___________ N28 ________________ James Ago 42-yard field goal Texas State __________ 11 _________45 _______ 6:10 _________ FG __________ 1st/6:30 ___________ T34 _______________ Will Johnson 40-yard field goal Texas State __________ 9 _________41 _______ 3:35 _________ TD __________ 1st/1:36 ___________ H41 _________________Marcus Curry seven-yard run

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Preseason All-America OG Lonnie Edwards – Athlon Sports (Third Team), Nationalchamps.net (Hon. Mention), Consensus Draft Services (Hon. Mention)

Terrance Bullitt All-Big 12 honorable mention (Coaches)... All-Big 12 second team (Dallas Morning News) Donnie Carona Academic All-Big 12 second team Cody Davis Academic All-Big 12 first team Blake Dees Big 12 All-Freshman Team Defense (Rivals.com) Seth Doege Academic All-Big 12 first team Davey O’Brien Semifinalist Lonnie Edwards All-Big 12 honorable mention (Coaches)... All-Big 12 honorable mention (AP)... All-Big 12 third team (Phil Steele)... All-Big 12 Midseason second team (Phil Steele) Sam Eguavoen Big 12 All-Freshman Team Defense (Rivals.com) Ryan Erxleben All-Big 12 honorable mention (Coaches)... All-Big 12 second team (Kansas City Star)... Academic All-Big 12 second team Adam James All-Big 12 honorable mention (Coaches)... All-Big 12 second team (AP)... All-Big 12 second team (Kansas City Star) D.J. Johnson All-Big 12 Midseason second team (Phil Steele) Darrin Moore Biletnikoff Award Watch List (Nation’s Top WR) Ben McRoy All-Big 12 second team (Rivals.com)... All-Big 12 Midseason first team (Phil Steele) Mickey Okafor Academic All-Big 12 first team Delvon Simmons Big 12 All-Freshman Team Defense (Rivals.com) Eric Stephens All-Big 12 Midseason first team (Phil Steele)... Paul Hornung Award Watch List (Nation’s Most Versatile Player)... Alex Torres All-Big 12 honorable mention (Coaches)... Academic AllBig 12 second team... Eric Ward All-Big 12 honorable mention (Coaches)... All-Big 12 third team (Phil Steele)... All-Big 12 second team (San Antonio Express-News)... All-Big 12 second team (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)... All-Big 12 second team (Waco TribuneHerald)... Academic All-Big 12 second team... All-Big 12 Midseason second team (Phil Steele) LaAdrian Waddle All-Big 12 second team (Coaches)... All-Big 12 second team (AP)... All-Big 12 second team (Phil Steele)... All-Big 12 second team (Columbia Tribune)... All-Big 12 second team (San Antonio Express-News)... All-Big 12 second team (Kansas City Star)... All-Big 12 second team (Dallas Morning News)... All-Big 12 second team (Waco TribuneHerald)... All-Big 12 Midseason second team (Phil Steele) DeAndre Washington All-Big 12 Offensive Freshman of the Year honorable mention (Coaches)

Overall Record _______________________ 5-7 Big 12 Record _______________________ 2-7 Non-Conference ______________________ 3-0 Home ____________________________ 2-4 Away _____________________________ 3-2 Neutral ___________________________ 0-1 Current Streak ____________________ Lost Five Current Home Streak _______________ Lost Three Current Road Streak _______________ Lost Three Current Bowl Streak ________________Won Two Last Win __________ 41-34 at Oklahoma (10/22/11) Last Loss ___________ 42-66 vs. Baylor (11/26/11) Day Games _________________________ 2-3 Night Games ________________________ 3-4 On Television ________________________ 4-7 ABC ______________________________ 1-2 FSN ______________________________ 1-3 ESPN _____________________________ 0-0 ESPN2 ____________________________ 0-0 ESPNU ____________________________ 0-0 FX _______________________________ 0-2 FCS ______________________________ 1-0 Verus _____________________________ 1-0 September _________________________ 3-0 October ___________________________ 2-3 November _________________________ 0-4 January ___________________________ 0-0 Against Teams In Top 25 _________________ 1-4 Against Teams In Top 15 _________________ 0-0 Against Teams In Top 10 _________________ 0-0 Against Teams In Top 5 _________________ 1-1 vs. Non-Ranked Teams __________________ 4-2 On Natural Grass _____________________ 2-0 On Field Turf ________________________ 3-7 When Tech Scores First __________________ 3-2 Opponent Scores First __________________ 2-5 Come-From-Behind Wins ________________ 3-0 Leading After First Quarter _______________ 1-1 Behind After First Quarter _______________ 2-4 Tied After First Quarter _________________ 2-2 Leading At Halftime ___________________ 2-2 Behind At Halftime ____________________ 3-5 Tied At Halftime ______________________ 0-0 Leading After Third Quarter ______________ 4-1 Behind After Third Quarter _______________ 1-6 Tied After Third Quarter _________________ 0-0 Overtime __________________________ 0-0 Scoring 20 points or less ________________ 0-3 Scoring 20 points or more _______________ 0-1 Scoring 30+ points ____________________ 5-3 Allowing 20 points or less ________________ 1-0 Allowing 10 points or less ________________ 1-0 With a 100-yard rusher _________________ 3-1 Allowing a 100-yard rusher _______________ 2-7 With a 300-yard passer _________________ 2-3 With a 400-yard passer _________________ 2-1 With a 500-yard passer__________________ 0-0 Allowing a 300-yard passer _______________ 0-0 Allowing a 400-yard passer _______________ 1-1 More Total Offense Than Opponent __________ 4-2 Total Offense 300-plus yards ______________ 0-0 Total Offense 400-plus yards ______________ 1-3 Total Offense 500-plus yards ______________ 4-2 Allowing 300-plus yards total offense ________ 5-7 No Turnovers ________________________ 3-2 Less Than Three Turnovers _______________ 2-2 Three Or More Turnovers ________________ 0-3 No Takeaways _______________________ 1-3 Three Or More Takeaways ________________ 3-1 Fewer Turnovers ______________________ 3-1 Equal Turnovers ______________________ 0-1 More Turnovers ______________________ 0-2 Won Time of Possession _________________ 2-3

Preseason All-Big 12 Conference S Terrance Bullitt – College Football News (Second Team) S Cody Davis – Athlon Sports (Second Team), College Football News (Second Team), Phil Steele’s College Football (Second Team), College Sports Madness (Third Team) OG Lonnie Edwards – Athlon Sports (First Team), Big 12 Media (First Team), Blue Ribbon College Football (First Team), ESPN (First Team), Lindy’s (First Team), Phil Steele’s College Football (First Team), Rivals.com (Second Team) OL Mickey Okafor – College Football News (Second Team), College Sports Madness (Second Team), Phil Steele’s College Football (Third Team) CB Tre’ Porter – Lindy’s (Second Team) RB Eric Stephens – Athlon Sports (First Team), College Sports Madness (Second Team), Lindy’s (Second Team), Phil Steele’s College Football (Third Team), Rivals.com (Second Team) WR Alex Torres – College Sports Madness (Third Team), Phil Steele’s College Football (Fourth Team) OL LaAdrian Waddle – College Football News (Second Team), Lindy’s (Second Team), Athlon Sports (Third Team) Red Raiders on National Award Lists Biletnikoff Award (top wide receiver): WR Alex Torres Lombardi Award (top interior linemen/backer): OG Lonnie Edwards Outland Trophy (top interior linemen): OG Lonnie Edwards Paul Hornung Award (most versatile player): RB/KR Eric Stephens National Top 100 Player Ratings Running Backs: Eric Stephens (No. 37, Phil Steele’s College Football) Offensive Guards: Lonnie Edwards (No. 30, Phil Steele’s College Football) Offensive Tackles: Mickey Okafor (No. 36, Phil Steele’s College Football) Cornerbacks: Jarvis Phillips (No. 60, Phil Steele’s College Football) Strong Safeties: Cody Davis (No. 12, Phil Steele’s College Football) National Unit Ratings Offensive Line: No. 16 (Phil Steele’s College Football) Preseason Team Rankings Publication Athlon Sports Blue Ribbon College Football CBSSports.com CollegeFootballNews.com College Sports Madness Lindy’s Nationalchamps.net Phil Steele’s College Football Rivals.com Rogers Poll The Sporting News USA Today Sports Weekly

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Big 12 No. 6 No. 7 N/A No. 6 No. 6 No. 6 N/A No. 6 No. 5 No. 5 No. 7 No. 6

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GAME ONE • Texas Tech 50, Texas State 10

GAME TWO • Texas Tech 59, New Mexico 13

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 Texas State 10 0 Texas Tech 9 0

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 3 4 Texas Tech 14 24 14 7 New Mexico 0 7 0 6

3 4 0 0 20 21

FINAL 10 50

LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) - Seth Doege threw for three touchdowns and 326 yards to lead Texas Tech to a 50-10 win over Texas State on Saturday night. The Red Raiders fell behind early but rallied and held the Bobcats scoreless after the first quarter. Doege, who played most of the game, went 23 for 33. He threw two touchdown passes for 20 yards and one for 10. Eric Stephens ran for two touchdowns - one a 46-yarder where he went untouched up the middle to put the Red Raiders up 23-10. He finished with 118 yards on 21 carries. Darrin Moore, Doege’s favorite target, caught 12 passes for 221 yards. The Bobcats (0-1) started off solid with an option-type ground game that gave Texas Tech’s defense fits. Three of the Bobcats’ four fumbles, by quarterback Shaun Rutherford and running backs Marcus Curry and Terrence Franks, led to touchdowns for the Red Raiders (0-1). Once Texas Tech’s offense got on track they moved easily down the field, mixing its passheavy offense with the run. The Red Raiders actually ran more than they passed but got more yards in the air. Texas Tech got 157 yards on 33 carries. The Red Raiders didn’t give up a lot of points but the Bobcats chewed up yardage on the ground. Rutherford, who had 82 yards on 12 carries and used Curry, Franks and Tim Hawkins out of the backfield, appeared to flummox the Red Raiders. Texas Tech gave up 256 yards on 50 rushes by the Bobcats. That’s more yardage than they gave up on the ground last season (162 yards per game). Texas State moved the ball easily on the ground in the first quarter and built a 10-0 lead. Texas State got a 40-yard field goal on its first drive and then got the ball right back. Matt Harris forced a fumble after Darrin Moore caught a 5-yard pass from Doege. Darryl Morris recovered the ball on Texas Tech’s 41. Texas State kept in on the ground and Marcus Curry scored on a 7-yard run to go up 10-0. The Red Raiders got a break when Will Johnson kicked the ball out of bounds, giving Texas Tech the ball its own 40. Two plays later, Doege found Moore along the near sideline and he pulled in a 41-yarder over his shoulder and down to the Bobcats 10. The junior quarterback hit Brad Marquez on a fade pass in the corner of the end zone to trail 10-7 late in the first quarter. The Bobcats got pinned at their own 1 on the kickoff when Isaiah Bell and Derek Lopez collided on the kickoff. That field position wasn’t what hurt Texas State, though. On the next play quarterback Shaun Rutherford threw the ball out of bounds, but he hadn’t left the pocket and was still in the end zone, which gave Texas Tech a safety and a 10-9 deficit going into the second quarter.

SCORING SUMMARY No. of Total Drive Type of Team Plays Yards Time Score TXST 11 45 6:10 FG TXST 9 41 3:35 TD TTU 3 60 :43 TD TTU 0 0 0:00 S TTU 12 84 3:30 TD TTU 5 92 1:40 TD TTU 4 36 1:26 TD TTU 7 88 2:00 TD TTU 2 23 :15 TD TTU 3 27 :36 TD

Score Qtr/Time 1st/6:30 1st/1:36 1st/:53 1st/:46 2nd/7:22 2nd/1:39 2nd/0:00 4th/11:54 4th/5:55 4th/3:27

TEXAS STATE TEXAS TECH 21 ___________ 24 256 __________ 157 75 ___________ 348 10-21-0 ________ 25-37-0 331 __________ 505 4-4 ___________ 4-1 11-88 _________ 2-30 4-305 _________ 8-516 1-1-0 _________ 1-1-0 6-108-0 ________ 1-31-0 0-0-0 _________ 0-0-0 0-0-0 _________ 1-5-0 36:12 _________ 23:48 5 of 15 _________ 7 of 12 3 of 3 _________ 0 of 0 1-2 ___________ 5-5 2-19 __________ 2-7

Drive Start T34 H41 H40 T01 H16 H08 T36 H12 T23 T27

Scoring Play Will Johnson 40-yard field goal Marcus Curry seven-yard run Bradley Marquez 10-yard reception Team Safety Darrin Moore 20-yard reception Eric Stephens 46-yard run Eric Stephens 2-yard run T. Swindall 20-yard reception DeAndre Washington 23-yard run Eric Ward 3-yard reception

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - Seth Doege threw for 401 yards and five touchdowns to lead Texas Tech to a 59-13 victory against New Mexico on Saturday. Doege tied a school record by completing his first 15 passes en route to finishing 40 for 44 - a 90.9 completion percentage, a national record for quarterbacks with at least 40 completions. “It’s a tribute to the entire offense,” Doege said. “The receivers caught some balls that probably shouldn’t have been caught. “I think I got hit one time, and that was my own fault because I called out the wrong blocking assignment.” Darrin Moore caught nine passes for 118 yards and three touchdowns for the Red Raiders (2-0). Eric Ward had two TD receptions. Deon Long had three catches for 139 yards for the Lobos (0-3), including a 69-yarder to set up their only touchdown. New Mexico has been outscored 127-26 this season. Texas Tech amassed 624 yards of offense. Two lightning delays postponed the game a total of 95 minutes. The Red Raiders built a 28-0 first-half lead behind Doege’s hot hand. After his first incompletion, he connected on his next seven passes. “It’s pretty wild for an offense to be on like that,”Texas Tech coach Tommy Tuberville said. “It all started with protection. He got hit quite a bit in the first game, but I don’t think he got hit much today. “When you are as proficient as we were today, it makes it easier on everybody.”

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs _______________________ Net Yards Rushing ____________________ Net Yards Passing ____________________ Completions-Attempts-Int ______________ Total Offense Yards ___________________ Fumbles: Number-Lost _________________ Penalties: Number-Yards________________ Kickoffs-Yards ______________________ Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD ___________ Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD ___________ Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD ____________ Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD___________ Possession Time _____________________ Third-Down Conversions ________________ Fourth-Down Conversions _______________ Red-Zone Scores-Chances _______________ Sacks By: Number-Yards ________________ SCORING SUMMARY No. of Total Team Plays Yards TTU 4 72 TTU 5 44 TTU 17 92 TTU 5 77 UNM 7 80 TTU 6 25 TTU 6 60 TTU 7 42 TTU 12 95 TTU 8 55 UNM 8 30 UNM 8 47

Drive Type of Time Score 1:27 TD 1:26 TD 6:38 TD 2:12 TD 2:38 TD 2:15 TD :48 FG 2:48 TD 5:06 TD 3:06 TD 3:57 FG 3:31 FG

Score Qtr/Time 1st/13:33 1st/9:57 2nd/14:24 2md/10:35 2nd/7:56 2nd/2:25 2nd/0:00 3rd/10:25 3rd/1:18 4th/12:41 4th/7:42 4th/1:40

TEXAS TECH NEW MEXICO 34 ___________ 15 178 __________ 109 446 __________ 228 45-50-0 ________ 10-29-1 624 __________ 337 2-1 ___________ 2-2 5-35 __________ 8-45 9-614 _________ 4-232 2-33-0_________ 0-0-0 3-58-0_________ 7-141-0 1-0-0 _________ 0-0-0 0-0-0 _________ 1-3-0 33:15 _________ 26:45 9 of 13 _________ 5 of 15 2 of 3 _________ 1 of 3 7-7 ___________ 2-3 3-18 __________ 0-0 Drive Start T28 N44 T08 T23 N20 N25 T34 N42 T05 T45 N43 N28

Scoring Play Darrin Moore 56-yard reception Darrin Moore 7-yard reception Eric Ward 1-yard reception Darrin Moore 26-yard reception Crusoe Gongbay 2-yard run Eric Stephens 4-yard run Donnie Carona 23-yard field goal Eric Ward 11-yard reception Jace Amaro 2-yard reception Ronnie Daniels 9-yard run James Aho 44-yard field goal James Ago 42-yard field goal

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GAME THREE • Texas Tech 35, Nevada 34

GAME FOUR • Texas Tech 45, Kansas 34

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 Nevada 0 Texas Tech 0

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 3 4 Texas Tech 7 17 21 0 Kansas 20 7 0 7

2 3 4 14 14 6 7 14 14

FINAL 34 35

LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) - Seth Doege scrambled, looked right and found a wide open Eric Ward with 44 seconds left to rally the Red Raiders to a 35-34 win over Nevada on Saturday night. Ward caught Doege’s third TD pass of the night as the Red Raiders (3-0) came back from a 28-14 deficit midway through the third quarter. The winning score happened on a fourth-andthree. He threw touchdowns of 4, 8 and 2 yards en route to completing 26 of 38 passes for 222 yards. The Red Raiders struggled on defense, giving up 562 total yards and Nevada (1-2) capitalized. Redshirt freshman Cody Fajardo threw a 16-yard TD pass to Kolby Arendse and ran for a 56-yarder and 6-yarder for Nevada. He finished with 139 yards on 10 carries. Mike Ball also compiled 139 yards on 27 carries. Doege looked stymied as he took the snap on the final score of the game. He back-peddled to about the 17 yard line as he scanned for an open receiver in the end zone. No one in the middle. No one on the right. He looked left and saw Ward, lofting it to him in the back corner for the winning score. Fajardo and Tyler Lantrip shared quarterback duties for the Wolf Pack, but it was Fajardo who provided the spark. He put them up 28-14 when he faked a handoff to Ball and scampered along the right sideline to score. Doege found Jace Amaro for an 8-yard score to pull the Red Raiders within 28-21. Two field goals by Nevada gave the Wolf Pack a 34-28 lead before Doege led Texas Tech down the field for the winning score. Texas Tech was without its leading receiver, Darrin Moore, for most of the game. Moore left early in the first quarter after he injured his left ankle and knee on a deep incompletion. Isaiah Frey hit Moore as he tried to catch a pass. Moore, ranked No. 2 nationally in receptions per game (11) has caught 21 passes for 339 yards. He had no catches Saturday night. The Wolf Pack went up 14-7 near the end of the first half quarter when redshirt freshman quarterback Cody found a wide open Kolby Arendse on the right side of the field for a 16-yard touchdown pass. On the first play of the drive, Fajardo turned a broken play into a 34-yard gain. Three plays later, he found Arendse open in the middle of the field and he turned it into a 27yard play. Fajardo replaced starter Lantrip midway through the second quarter and led the Wolf Pack on an 83-yard scoring drive, keeping the ball on the ground for all but one play. Fajardo scored untouched on a 2-yard run around the left side for to tie it at 7-7. Nevada held Texas Tech scoreless in the first quarter, which was a first this season for the Red Raiders. The Wolf Pack found success on the ground early while simultaneously eating clock and keeping the Red Raiders off the field. Their first scoring chance came at the end of a 14-play drive, but Anthony Martinez’s 31-yard field goal missed when he hit the right upright. TEAM STATISTICS First Downs _______________________ Net Yards Rushing ____________________ Net Yards Passing ____________________ Completions-Attempts-Int ______________ Total Offense Yards ___________________ Fumbles: Number-Lost _________________ Penalties: Number-Yards________________ Kickoffs-Yards ______________________ Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD ___________ Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD ___________ Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD ____________ Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD___________ Possession Time _____________________ Third-Down Conversions ________________ Fourth-Down Conversions _______________ Red-Zone Scores-Chances _______________ Sacks By: Number-Yards ________________ SCORING SUMMARY No. of Total Team Plays Yards TTU 12 80 NEV 9 83 NEV 7 91 NEV 7 80 TTU 9 69 NEV 1 51 TTU 3 63 NEV 11 63 TTU 10 63 NEV 11 79 TTU 9 56

Drive Type of Time Score 4:46 TD 4:14 TD 3:35 TD 3:21 TD 3:17 TD :10 TD 1:17 TD 6:12 FG 3:21 TD 4:50 FG 4:13 TD

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NEVADA TEXAS TECH 26 ___________ 24 312 __________ 219 250 __________ 222 15-24-0 ________ 26-38-0 562 __________ 441 1-0 ___________ 1-0 6-40 __________ 7-50 7-454 _________ 6-382 2-2-0 _________ 0-0-0 5-84-0_________ 7-203-0 0-0-0 _________ 0-0-0 0-0-0 _________ 0-0-0 32:34 _________ 27:26 8 of 14 _________ 9 of 15 0 of 1 _________ 1 of 2 5-6 ___________ 5-5 2-5 ___________ 1-4 Drive Start T20 N17 N9 N20 T31 N49 T37 N29 T37 N18 T44

Scoring Play Eric Ward 2-yard reception Cody Fajardo 6-yard run Kolby Arendose 16-yard reception Rishard Matthews 2-yard pass Eric Stephens 10-yard run Cody Fajardo 56-yard run Jace Amaro 8-yard reception Anthony Martinez 25-yard field goal Eric Stephens 1-yard run Anthony Martinez 21-yard field goal Eric Ward 4-yard reception

FINAL 45 34

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) - Seth Doege passed for 366 yards and three touchdowns and Eric Stephens rushed for 124 yards and scored twice, helping Texas Tech come roaring back from a 20-point deficit and beat Kansas 45-34 Saturday in both teams’ Big 12 opener. Doege, who threw three touchdowns the week before against Nevada and set an NCAA record with a 90.9 completion percentage against New Mexico, was 29 for 46. The 6-foot-1 redshirt junior, playing his first full season since high school in 2005, was also intercepted for the first time this season but still turned in another virtuoso performance for the Red Raiders (4-0) to remain among the country’s top passers. Kansas’ Jordan Webb, who also came into the game without an interception in his first three games, was picked off three times and each turnover led directly to a Texas Tech TD. Doege connected with Eric Ward on a 40-yard scoring pass, found Jacoby Franks for a 13-yard TD toss and made it 45-27 late in the third quarter with an 18-yard touchdown pass to Ward, who had 71 yards on four catches. The Jayhawks (2-2) parlayed a bevy of big plays into 191 yards and three touchdowns on their first 15 plays of the defensively-challenged day. But then Doege and the Red Raiders got hot, scoring 24 unanswered points before Kansas got a 19-yard touchdown pass from Webb to Rell Lewis to take a 27-24 lead after a first half that lasted just 9 minutes short of 2 hours. The Red Raiders, off to their first 4-0 start since beginning 10-0 in 2008, unleashed a 21-0 third-quarter blitz to salt away their 12th victory in 13 meetings with the Jayhawks. Stephens tallied on runs of 8 and 1 yards before Ward’s final touchdown catch following Cquilin Hubert’s interception. D.J. Beshears got Kansas rolling with a 56-yard return of the opening kickoff. Four plays later, James Sims broke loose up the middle on an 11-yard TD run. Terrance Bullitt blocked the extra point, leaving it 6-0. On the Jayhawks’ second possession, Brandon Bourbon broke into the Tech secondary on a counter play, slipped a tackle, and sped 51 yards into the end zone for Kansas’ longest run of the year. Bourbon had 101 yards on 10 carries and Webb was 16 for 22 for 239 yards and three touchdowns. Doege, who had thrown 122 passes this season without an interception, was picked off by safety Keeston Terry on Texas Tech’s next possession and Kansas set up on its own 25. Beshears got 54 yards on a catch-and-run, then, from the 21, Webb connected with tight end Tim Biere.

TEAM STATISTICS TEXAS TECH KANSAS First Downs _______________________ 28 ___________ 26 Net Yards Rushing ____________________ 164 ___________ 239 Net Yards Passing ____________________ 366 ___________ 239 Completions-Attempts-Int ______________ 29-46-1 ________ 16-22-3 Total Offense Yards ___________________ 530 ___________ 478 Fumbles: Number-Lost _________________ 1-0 ___________ 4-1 Penalties: Number-Yards________________ 17-154 _________ 8-67 Kickoffs-Yards ______________________ 8-512 _________ 5-312 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD ___________ 1-1-0 __________ 3-7-0 Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD ___________ 5-109-0 ________ 7-165-0 Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD ____________ 3-76 __________ 1-5-0 Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD___________ 0-0-0 __________ 0-0-0 Possession Time _____________________ 28:43__________ 31:17 Third-Down Conversions ________________ 7-of-17 ________ 3 of 10 Fourth-Down Conversions _______________ 2 of 2 __________ 1 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances _______________ 5-6 ___________ 4-5 Sacks By: Number-Yards ________________ 1-5 ___________ 1-7 SCORING SUMMARY No. of Total Team Plays Yards KU 4 41 KU 5 75 KU 6 75 TTU 7 52 TTU 1 25 TTU 6 45 TTU 6 37 TTU 10 62 TTU 12 91 TTU 11 80 TTU 6 64 KU 5 45

Drive Type of Score Time Score Qtr/Time 1:50 TD 1st/13:10 1:46 TD 1st/10:23 2:54 TD 1st/3:39 1:57 TD 1st/1:35 :29 TD 2nd/14:22 1:00 TD 2nd/1:48 :49 FG 2nd/7:44 3:38 TD 2nd/:47 3:33 TD 3rd/11:23 3:29 TD 3rd/5:21 2:07 TD 3rd/2:49 1:12 TD 4th/3:30

Drive Scoring Start Play T41 James Sims 11-yard rush H25 Brandon Bourbon 51-yard rush H25 Kale Pick 0-yard fumble recovery H25 DeAndre Washington 2-yard rush H25 Eric Ward 40-yard reception H45 Jacoby Franks 13-yard reception T34 Donnie Carona 46-yard FG H38 Rell Lewis 19-yard reception T09 Eric Stephens 8-yard rush T20 Eric Stephens 1-yard rush T 36 Eric Ward 18-yard reception H38 A..J. Steward 10-yard recpetion

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GAME FIVE • Texas A&M 45, Texas Tech 40

GAME SIX • Kansas State 41, Texas Tech 34

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 3 4 #23 Texas A&M 10 21 7 7 Texas Tech 7 13 10 10

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 #17 Kansas State 7 Texas Tech 7

FINAL 45 40

LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) - Texas A&M coach Mike Sherman brought out some film from the last couple of seasons this past week to remind his players how it feels to win. The No. 24 Aggies had lost two straight after holding double-digits leads at halftime when they came into Lubbock. They led again at halftime, 30-21 against Texas Tech on Saturday night. This time the Aggies prevailed. Ryan Tannehill ran for two touchdowns and threw for another for the Aggies. Texas A&M finally put together four quarters, despite being outscored 20-14 in the second half. The Aggies (3-2, 1-1) ran for 205 yards on 46 carries. Seth Doege threw for three touchdowns and 391 yards to lead Texas Tech (4-1, 1-1). Eric Stephens Jr. injured his knee late in the third quarter and had 122 yards on 22 carries. “We hate to lose Eric Stephens,” Tuberville said. “It doesn’t look good.” Cyrus Gray and Christine Michael each ran for a score for Texas A&M. Tannehill found Michael Lamothe early in the fourth quarter for a 5-yard TD to put the Aggies up 45-30. Tannehill’s pass to Lamothe proved crucial. Doege came back and found Alex Torres on a 20yard TD pass with 31 seconds remaining in the game to pull within 45-40. “We gave ourselves a chance at the end but made too many mistakes,” Texas Tech coach Tommy Tuberville said. “We couldn’t stop their run. We played much better but didn’t get anything going offensively in the third quarter.” The game’s momentum turned on a blocked field goal by the Aggies in the third quarter. Terrence Frederick put A&M up 38-23 when he picked up the ball and ran 63 yards untouched along the near sideline for the touchdown. Dustin Harris was the Aggie who got his hand on the 50-yard attempt by Donnie Carona. That score took the air out of the Red Raiders and their fans. A roughing the kicker penalty on the Aggies earlier in the third quarter gave Texas Tech another shot at scoring. The Red Raiders got only a field goal, though, to pull within 31-23. Steven Terrell appeared to have be pushed into Red Raiders punter Ryan Erxleben on fourth-and-10 from Texas Tech’s 35. Doege found a wide open Torres for a 22-yard gain and then was sacked for a 7-yard loss. Donnie Carona finished the drive with a 49-yard field goal - his second from that distance as the Red Raiders had to settle for 3-pointers throughout the game.

SCORING SUMMARY No. of Total Team Plays Yards TAMU 7 83 TTU 13 58 TAMU 8 52 TTU 6 14 TAMU 7 73 TTU 9 70 TAMU 5 60 TTU 9 80 TAMU 11 63 TTU 9 32 TAMU 0 0 TTU 14 80 TAMU 6 35 TTU 10 37 TTU 9 91

Drive Type of Score Time Score Qtr/Time 1:56 TD 1st/13:04 3:33 TD 1st/9:31 3:10 FG 1st/9:21 2:53 FG 2nd/14:19 2:23 TD 2nd/11:54 2:33 FG 2nd/9:21 2:05 TD 2nd/7:16 3:24 TD 2nd/3:52 3:28 TD 2nd/:24 2:47 FG 3rd/9:10 0:00 TD 3rd/4:33 3:16 TD 3rd/1:17 1:43 TD 4th/11:59 2:25 FG 4th/9:34 2:24 TD 4th/:31

TEXAS TECH TEXAS A&M 34 ___________ 23 132 __________ 205 391 __________ 188 44-66-0 ________ 16-26-0 523 __________ 393 2-0 ___________ 1-0 9-70 __________ 9-100 8-534 _________ 8-523 2-17-0_________ 1-19-0 4-137-0 ________ 6-143-0 0-0-0 _________ 0-0-0 0-0-0 _________ 0-0-0 33:36 _________ 26:24 12 of 24 ________ 7 of 14 2 of 3 _________ 0 of 1 6 of 6 _________ 6 of 6 1-3 ___________ 3-20 Drive Start T17 H42 T20 T46 T27 H20 T40 H20 T37 H35 T35 H20 H35 H49 H09

Scoring Play Ryan Tannehill 19-yard rush Adam James 2-yard reception Randy Bullock 45-yard field goal Donnie Carona 49-yard field goal Cyrus Gray 16-yard rush Donnie Carona 27-yard field goal Christine Michael 17-yard rush Eric Stephens 4 yard rush Ryan Tannehill 10-yard rush Donnie Carona 49-yard field goal T. Fredrick 67-yard blocked fg return Eric Ward 5-yard reception Michael Lamothe 5-yard reception Donnie Carona 30 yard field goal Alex Torres 20-yard reception

FINAL 41 34

LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) - Collin Klein ran for three touchdowns and threw for another as No. 17 Kansas State came from behind to beat Texas Tech 41-34 on Saturday night. Klein ran for 110 yards on 23 carries, scoring on three short runs and hitting Chris Harper for a 3-yard TD pass on the Wildcats (6-0, 3-0) first drive of the third quarter. Tyler Lockett returned a kickoff 100 yards early in the second quarter for the Wildcats, who are undefeated after six games for the first time since 2000. Texas Tech (4-2, 1-2) was held to two field goals in the second half. Red Raiders coach Tommy Tubereville said the Wildcats were true to form. Seth Doege had 461 yards and a touchdown on 43-of-63 passing, but had three of his four turnovers in consecutive possessions in the fourth quarter. He also ran for a score. He had just one interception coming into the game. After Texas Tech’s field goal late in the game to pull within 41-34, the Red Raiders recovered an onside kick when Tremain Swindall fell on the ball at their own 47. But Doege and the offense seemed to rush and failed to get a first down after running four plays. The Wildcats, who appeared flat in the first half, came out with more energy after halftime. On Kansas State’s first possession Klein put together the Wildcats’ longest drive of the game, capping it with a fade to the corner of the end zone to Harper to lead 28-27. The TD pass was set up after Klein scrambled out of the pocket for a 25-yard gain to the 3. Kansas State held the ball for 33:33, while Tech’s high-powered offense had it for 26:27. Kansas State stayed close in the first half but only because of its defense and special teams. The offense mustered just 94 yards, less than half of those on the ground. Texas Tech’s defense was tough against the Wildcats run, allowing Kansas State’s 26th-ranked rushing offense just 45 yards on 18 carries in the first half. The plan was to chew up the clock and not let Texas Tech’s offense on the field. The Red Raiders, instead, had the ball 2 minutes longer in the first half. Doege was hot in the first half. He completed 25 of 34 passes for 296 yards, his best first-half of the season. After Lockett’s kick return TD in the second quarter, Anthony Cantele missed the extra point to cut the deficit to 14-13. Lockett took the ball straight up the middle and into a pile of Red Raiders at about the 50. Suddenly, though, he was out front of the pile and outraced them all to the corner of the end zone. The Wildcats blocked two field goals, setting up a touchdown with the second. Raphael Guidry blocked the kick and Nigel Malone picked it up and returned it 30 yards to the Texas Tech 46. Klein put Kansas State up 20-14 when he scored from a yard out. TEAM STATISTICS First Downs _______________________ Net Yards Rushing ____________________ Net Yards Passing ____________________ Completions-Attempts-Int ______________ Total Offense Yards ___________________ Fumbles: Number-Lost _________________ Penalties: Number-Yards________________ Kickoffs-Yards ______________________ Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD ___________ Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD ___________ Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD ____________ Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD___________ Possession Time _____________________ Third-Down Conversions ________________ Fourth-Down Conversions _______________ Red-Zone Scores-Chances _______________ Sacks By: Number-Yards ________________ SCORING SUMMARY No. of Total Team Plays Yards KSU 1 24 TTU 5 65 TTU 10 87 KSU 1 100 KSU 9 46 TTU 4 72 TTU 9 55 KSU 8 77 TTU 15 62 KSU 6 73 KSU 3 22 TTU 12 79

Drive Type of Time Score 0:00 TD 2:03 TD 2:41 TD 0:00 TD 4:49 TD 1:00 TD 1:53 TD 3:15 TD 3:11 FG 2:56 TD 1:00 TD 2:41 FG

TEXAS TECH KANSAS STATE 32 ___________ 16 119 __________ 193 461 __________ 146 43-63-3 ________ 12-18-0 580 __________ 339 1-1 ___________ 2-0 7-62 __________ 10-78 6-418 _________ 7-475 2-2-0 _________ 1-2-0 4-72-0_________ 3-148-1 0-0-0 _________ 3-37-1 0-0-0 _________ 0-0-0 26:27 _________ 33:33 6 of 14 _________ 7 of 14 0 of 1 _________ 0 of 1 3 of 4 _________ 4-5 1-2 ___________ 1-7

Score Qtr/Time 1st/14:23 1st/9:47 2nd/14:46 2nd/14:32 2nd/4:55 2nd/3:55 2nd/:35 3rd/11:45 3rd/2:56 3rd/0:00 4th/9:52 4th/2:32

Drive Scoring Start Play KS24 Nigel Malone 24-yard INT return T35 Cornelius Douglas 40-yard reception T13 DeAndre Washington 7-yard run KS00 Tyler Lockett 100-yard kickoff return T46 Collin Klein 1-yard run T28 Aaron Crawford 51-yard run T45 Seth Doege 1-yard run KS23 Chris Harper 3-yard reception T08 Donnie Carona 47-yard field goal KS27 Collin Klein 2-yard run T22 Collin Klein1-yard run T20 Donnie Carona 19-yard field goal

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GAME SEVEN • Texas Tech 41, Oklahoma 38

GAME EIGHT • Iowa State 41, Texas Tech 7

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 Texas Tech 7 #1 Oklahoma 7

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 Iowa State 21 3 #19 Texas Tech 0 7

2 3 4 17 7 10 0 10 21

FINAL 41 38

NORMAN, Okla. (AP) - Tommy Tuberville got his first landmark win with Texas Tech in a place where practically no one else could. Seth Doege threw for 441 yards and connected with Alex Torres on three of his four touchdown passes, and the Red Raiders snapped No. 3 Oklahoma’s 39-game home winning streak with 41-38 victory Saturday night. The Sooners’ run had been the longest active streak in the Bowl Subdivision, and they were bidding to become only the ninth team in FBS history to win 40 in a row at home. “We wanted to show everybody what kind of team we really do have. We’re a resilient team,” Torres said. “We have a lot of fight in us. ...We knew coming in what we were facing, coming in to Oklahoma and playing in Norman. We knew what kind of challenge we were up against but we knew exactly what we needed to do.” Doege carved up an Oklahoma defense missing three starters, and Tuberville pulled off a feat that Mike Leach couldn’t accomplish in his 10 years in charge of the Red Raiders. The Sooners (6-1, 3-1 Big 12) are now 75-3 on Owen Field in Stoops’ 13 years. The other losses came to TCU in the 2005 season opener and Oklahoma State in the 2001 regular-season finale. The celebration in Lubbock, Texas, featured bells ringing on campus, car horns blaring and fireworks being shot off. “It’s one game, but it’s a huge game for recruiting, for national stature. Obviously, you don’t read too much about Texas Tech,” Tuberville said. “For some reason, I haven’t seen much on TV. I bet you see it the next few days. We’re going to be proud of that. When you go on the road and beat a No. 1 team (in the coaches’ poll), it’s really special. That’s almost impossible to do.” Landry Jones ended up with 412 yards passing and five touchdowns, but it wasn’t enough to rally Oklahoma back from a sluggish start and save its unbeaten season. Doege, the nation’s fourth-leading passer, had little trouble leading the Red Raiders up and down the field against the banged-up Sooners. Oklahoma was without cornerback Jamell Fleming (knee), defensive tackle Casey Walker (left thumb) and middle linebacker Tom Wort (concussion) but Tech had no sympathy while playing without starting running back Eric Stephens (knee) and then losing center Justin Keown on the second play of the game. “It was a big-time win for us. It was a fun night for our football team,”Tuberville said, praising his young team for looking like the veterans. Doege bounced back from three fourth-quarter turnovers a week earlier in a loss to Kansas State to throw touchdown passes of 44, 30 and 11 yards to Torres and build up a 31-7 lead just over 2 minutes into the second half. The Red Raiders hung on from there. TEAM STATISTICS First Downs _______________________ Net Yards Rushing ____________________ Net Yards Passing ____________________ Completions-Attempts-Int ______________ Total Offense Yards ___________________ Fumbles: Number-Lost _________________ Penalties: Number-Yards________________ Kickoffs-Yards ______________________ Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD ___________ Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD ___________ Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD ____________ Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD___________ Possession Time _____________________ Third-Down Conversions ________________ Fourth-Down Conversions _______________ Red-Zone Scores-Chances _______________ Sacks By: Number-Yards ________________ SCORING SUMMARY No. of Total Team Plays Yards TTU 4 54 OU 3 69 TTU 10 78 TTU 8 69 TTU 9 24 TTU 4 72 OU 4 70 OU 8 50 OU 7 44 TTU 10 54 TTU 6 74 OU 5 71 OU 4 60

Drive Type of Score Time Score Qtr/Time 1:08 TD 1st/13:52 :54 TD 1st/13:46 3:39 TD 2nd/11:16 2:01 TD 2nd/8:56 3:07 FG 2nd/1:26 1:19 TD 3rd/12:57 1:35 TD 3rd/8:14 3:48 FG 3rd 6:26 2:00 TD 4th/14:55 2:44 FG 4th/14:50 3:01 TD 4th/7:38 :48 TD 4th/6:45 :35 TD 4th/1:10

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Scoring Play Alex Torres 44-yard reception Kenny Stills 15-yard reception Seth Doege 1-yard rush Alex Torres 30-yard reception Donnie Carona 40-yard field goal Alex Torres 11-yard reception Kenny Sills 58-yard reecption Mike Honnicutt 22-yard field goal Trey Millard 3-yard reception Donnie Carona 37-yard field goal Tramain Swindall 14-yard reception Jaz Reynolds 55-yard reception James Hanna 22-yard reception

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LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) - Seth Doege threw for a season-low 171 yards as the 19th-ranked Red Raiders lost 41-7 to Iowa State on Saturday night. “Tonight kind of proves that maybe some of us were still on Cloud Nine,” Doege said. “Today you could tell that some guys weren’t really mentally into it. And I made some mental mistakes, so it’s a team effort.” Texas Tech didn’t get a touchdown pass for the first time in five years. Texas Tech coach Tommy Tuberville said Doege and his teammates will rebound, and the 4138 win over third-ranked Oklahoma last week will fade. “Obviously, there won’t be the phone interviews for players and the attention on campus, and we go back to reality,” he said. “Last week was different and this one was definitely different and next week will be different.” The Red Raiders play at Texas next week. Redshirt freshman Jared Barnett threw for a touchdown and ran for another and the Cyclones held the ball about twice as long as Texas Tech did as Iowa State shocked the Red Raiders. Making his first start, Barnett’s mobility gave the Red Raiders defense fits. He rushed for 92 yards on 19 carries and completed 14 of 26 passes for 144 yards. His touchdowns were career firsts. It was the largest margin of victory over a ranked team for Iowa State since the Cyclones beat No. 20 Nebraska in Ames by 22 points (36-14) in 2002. Doege completed 16 of 32 passes for the Red Raiders (5-3, 2-3 Big 12). He threw two interceptions, lost a fumble and gave the Red Raiders their lone score on an 8-yard touchdown run. Texas Tech had a streak of 69 games, dating back to a 12-3 loss to TCU in 2006, with a touchdown pass snapped. Duran Hollis broke free for a 71-yard touchdown run early in the third quarter and Iowa State (1-4, 4-4) rolled up 368 yards rushing against Texas Tech’s 105th-ranked rushing defense. The Red Raiders were giving up an average of 205 per game coming into the contest. For the Red Raiders, the game was a surprising letdown after snapping Oklahoma’s 39-game home winning streak. For the Cyclones, it was the first game with at least 300 yards rushing since 2001 when the Cyclones beat Kansas 49-7. who returned it 40 yards to the Red Raiders 1. Barnett, who got his first career rushing TD to put the Cyclones up 7-0, hit Darius Dark for a 2-yard score to make it 21-0. The Cyclones added a 42-yard field goal to lead 24-7 at halftime. TEAM STATISTICS First Downs _______________________ Net Yards Rushing ____________________ Net Yards Passing ____________________ Completions-Attempts-Int ______________ Total Offense Yards ___________________ Fumbles: Number-Lost _________________ Penalties: Number-Yards________________ Kickoffs-Yards ______________________ Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD ___________ Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD ___________ Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD ____________ Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD___________ Possession Time _____________________ Third-Down Conversions ________________ Fourth-Down Conversions _______________ Red-Zone Scores-Chances _______________ Sacks By: Number-Yards ________________ SCORING SUMMARY No. of Total Team Plays Yards ISU 8 67 ISU 6 80 ISU 3 1 TTU 6 58 ISU 10 44 ISU 3 80 ISU 16 82 ISU 9 37

Drive Type of Time Score 2:59 TD 1:39 TD :42 TD 1:37 TD 3:32 FG 1:12 TD 8:40 TD 5:19 FG

Score Qtr/Time 1st/10:52 1st/3:26 1st/2:20 2nd/8:33 2nd/5:01 3rd/13:48 4th/11:08 4th/4:48

TEXAS TECH IOWA STATE 15 ___________ 24 99 ___________ 368 191 __________ 144 18-38-2 ________ 14-26-0 290 __________ 512 3-1 ___________ 3-1 4-45 __________ 4-30 2-136 _________ 8-548 3-8-0 _________ 1-2-0 7-141-0 ________ 1-28-0 0-0-0 _________ 2-73-0 0-0-0 _________ 0-0-0 20:00 _________ 40:09 3 of 13 _________ 11 of 22 0 of 1 _________ 2 of 2 1-2 ___________ 5-6 1-14 __________ 0-0 Drive Start ISU33 ISU20 T01 T42 ISU32 ISU20 ISU18 T42

Scoring Play Jared Barnett 13-yard rush Jeff Woody 3-yard rush Darius Darks 2-yard reception Seth Doege 8-yard rush Zach Guyer 42-yard field goal Duran Hollis 71-yard rush James White 1-yard rush Zach Guyer 23-yard field goal

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GAME NINE • Texas 52, Texas Tech 20

GAME TEN • Oklahoma State 66, Texas Tech 6

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 Texas Tech 3 #25Texas 3

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 3 4 #2 Oklahoma State 21 28 14 3 Texas Tech 0 0 6 0

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AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Freshman Joe Bergeron ran for 191 yards and three touchdowns and Texas used another punishing rushing performance to rout Texas Tech 52-20 on Saturday. Texas ran for 439 yards against one of the worst rushing defenses in the country. Bergeron topped 100 yards for the second week in a row and Fozzy Whittaker ran for two second-quarter touchdowns. The Longhorns completed just two passes in building a 31-6 lead by halftime. Seth Doege passed for 381 yards for Texas Tech. The Red Raiders (5-4, 2-4) have been outscored 93-27 the last two games. It hardly mattered as Texas topped 400 yards rushing for the second week in a row and never punted against a Red Raiders defense that was powerless to stop anything Texas did. The Longhorns have put up impressive numbers against two of the worst rushing defenses in the country in Kansas and Texas Tech. The Red Raiders came in ranked No. 114 nationally against the run. Bergeron had 113 yards against Texas Tech by halftime. Texas scored on its first five drives of the first half and ran out the clock on the sixth. After the teams traded field goals early, Whittaker had scoring runs of 12 and 8 yards out of Texas’ “wild” formation and D.J. Monroe dashed to the end zone from 12 yards. Monroe faked Texas Tech safety Jared Flannel so well that Flannel ran into cornerback Derrick Mays, taking both defenders out of the play. For one drive, Texas Tech looked capable of pulling off another big road win. The Red Raiders took the opening kickoff and marched to the Texas 2, but a touchdown pass was nullified by a personal foul. After giving up the early field goal, the Texas defense never let Doege get comfortable, sacking him four times and hitting him several others with constant pressure. The Texas running game continues to protect freshman quarterback David Ash, who is still developing as a passer. Ash’s only three pass attempts in the first half came on play-action deep throws to receiver Mike Davis. They connected twice for 72 yards and even when Ash missed a wide-open Davis early, he followed it up with a 47-yard option run on the next play to set up a touchdown. Bergeron’s first touchdown made it 31-6 at the end of the second quarter and Texas kept pounding the Texas Tech defense in the second half. The Longhorns opened the third quarter with a 10-play drive that used just one pass in driving to Bergeron’s second score, a 5-yard run off left tackle on fourth-and-1. Bergeron’s third touchdown covered 12 yards early in the fourth quarter to make it 45-13.

SCORING SUMMARY No. of Total Team Plays Yards TTU 16 71 UT 7 29 UT 7 80 TTU 7 61 UT 4 72 UT 3 63 UT 7 68 UT 11 80 TTU 15 80 UT 9 84 UT 12 94 TTU 12 74

Drive Type of Score Time Score Qtr/Time 7:04 FG 1st/7:56 3:26 FG 1st 4:24 2:37 TD 2nd/13:17 3:00 FG 2nd/10:10 1:31 TD 2nd/8:33 :56 TD 2nd/6:56 2:59 TD 2nd/1:46 5:54 TD 3rd/9:06 5:56 TD 3rd/3:10 3:10 TD 4th/14:53 6:37 TD 4th/5:48 4:39 TD 4th/1:10

TEXAS TECH TEXAS 28 ___________ 28 30 ___________ 439 381 __________ 156 40-55-0 ________ 5-9-0 411 __________ 595 0-0 ___________ 0-0 8-75 __________ 6-55 5-301 _________ 9-587 0-0-0 _________ 2-32-0 7-131-0 ________ 3-63-0 0-0-0 _________ 0-0-0 0-0-0 _________ 0-0-0 31:06 _________ 28:54 12 of 19 ________ 7 of 9 0 of1 __________ 1 of 1 4-4 ___________ 6-6 1-4 ___________ 4-28 Drive Start T17 UT40 UT20 T17 UT28 UT37 UT32 UT20 T20 UT16 UT6 T26

Scoring Play Donnie Carona 29-yard field goal Justin Tucker 48-yard field goal Fozzy Whittaker 12-yard rush Donnie Carona 40-yard field goal Fozzy Whittaker 8-yard run D.J. Monroe 12-yard rush Joe Bergeron 9-yard run Joe Bergeron 5-yard run Eric Ward 8-yard reception Joe Bergeron 12-yard run Darius White 31-yard reception Darrin Moore 1-yard reception

LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) - Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy trusts his second-ranked Cowboys can handle the mounting pressure as they approach their final two games. After beating Texas Tech 66-6 on Saturday, No. 2 Oklahoma State is likely two more victories away from playing for the national title. “There is pressure. Each week I know you can feel it” said Gundy, whose team is 10-0 for the first time in school history. “But it’s our responsibility to manage it.” “But I believe in the leadership of this team, that they feel the importance of getting ready for the next game.” Brandon Weeden threw for 423 yards and five touchdowns and Joseph Randle ran for three more scores to lead Oklahoma State. The Cowboys, second in the BCS standings this week, next (7-0 Big 12) play at Iowa State before closing their season at home against Oklahoma in the Bedlam game. Weeden, who completed 31 of 37 passes, threw touchdown passes of 2, 27, 28, 48 and 66 yards, and had no interceptions before his backup came in late in the third quarter. Justin Blackmon and Josh Cooper each had more than 100 receiving yards. Weeden, 28, said the team isn’t listening to the chatter about their season. “Everyone has their opinion about where we are as a team,” he said. “But really and truly the guys in the locker room, they don’t buy into it. We’re far enough along here, we’ve got something special going on, and they guys are just focused on getting better next week.” It was the Red Raiders’ most lopsided loss ever and the most points allowed in program history. Seth Doege completed 25 of 43 passes for a season-low 169 yards and an interception for Texas Tech (5-5, 2-5). The Cowboys dominated from the start, going up 21-0 in the first quarter. They ran at will and Weeden wasn’t pressured much. He was sacked just once. “I wouldn’t trade him for anyone in the country,” Gundy said. “I know there are some good ones out there, but I wouldn’t put him on the trading block.” Stewart and Blackmon had two touchdowns each. Randle’s rushing scores went for 2, 1 and 10 yards, and he finished with 78 yards on 18 carries. Hershel Sims led the Cowboy with 109 yards on 13 carries.

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs _______________________ Net Yards Rushing ____________________ Net Yards Passing ____________________ Completions-Attempts-Int ______________ Total Offense Yards ___________________ Fumbles: Number-Lost _________________ Penalties: Number-Yards________________ Kickoffs-Yards ______________________ Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD ___________ Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD ___________ Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD ____________ Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD___________ Possession Time _____________________ Third-Down Conversions ________________ Fourth-Down Conversions _______________ Red-Zone Scores-Chances _______________ Sacks By: Number-Yards ________________ SCORING SUMMARY No. of Total Team Plays Yards OSU 8 59 OSU 6 29 OSU 5 81 OSU 3 38 OSU O O OSU 10 77 OSU 8 67 TTU 1 0 OSU 5 68 OSU 3 77 OSU 12 61

Drive Type of Score Time Score Qtr/Time 3:29 TD 1st/10:52 1:24 TD 1st/5:19 1:24 TD 1st/1:42 :29 TD 2nd/14:33 0:00 TD 2nd/14:33 3:54 TD 2nd/5:33 2:39 TD 2nd/:37 0:00 TD 3rd/13:04 1:32 TD 3rd/11:32 :37 TD 3rd/3:53 6:09 FG 4th/10:13

TEXAS TECH OKLAHOMA STATE 16 ___________ 31 101 __________ 183 169 __________ 454 25-44-1 ________ 33-41-0 270 __________ 637 2-2 ___________ 3-2 5-42 __________ 3-24 2-108 _________ 11-764 1-0-0 _________ 3-11-0 3-41-0_________ 1-28-0 0-0-0 _________ 1-1-0 1-37-1_________ 1-3-1 27:13 _________ 32:47 6 of 17 _________ 8 of 13 0 of 3 _________ 1 of 2 0-0 ___________ 5-6 1-10 __________ 1-3 Drive Scoring Start Play O41 Justin Blackmon 2-yard reception T29 Joseph Randle 2-yard run O19 Jost Stewart 27-yard reception T38 Isaiah Anderson 28-yard reception T03 Josh Steward 3-yard fumble recovery O23 Josheph Randle 1-yard run O33 Joseph Randle 10-yard run O37 Corelius Douglas fumble recovery O32 Justin Blackmon 48-yard reception O23 Josh Steward 66-yard reception O19 Quinn Sharp 37-yard field goal

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GAME ELEVEN • Missouri 31, Texas Tech 27

GAME TWELVE • Baylor 66, Texas Tech 42

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 3 4 Texas Tech 14 3 10 0 Missouri 0 10 7 14

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 3 4 Texas Tech 7 21 7 7 #20 Baylor 10 21 21 14

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COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP)- A late comeback effort by the Red Raiders wasn’t enough, as Texas Tech fell short against Missouri on Saturday night. Missouri’s James Franklin accounted for four touchdowns and got the go-ahead score on a 9-yard run with 2:22 remaining as Missouri rallied past Texas Tech. Franklin rushed for a career-best 152 yards with two touchdowns to help the Tigers (6-5, 4-4 Big 12) overcome Henry Josey’s season-ending knee injury last week. He was 13 for 20 for 172 yards and two more touchdowns, including a 7-yarder to Marcus Lucas earlier in the fourth that cut Texas Tech’s lead to three. Texas Tech threatened late, driving to the Missouri 6, before Dominique Hamilton tipped a pass from Seth Doege and Michael Sam intercepted at the 4. Doege threw for one touchdown and ran for another for Texas Tech (5-6, 2-6), which has lost four in a row and must beat Baylor next week to become bowl eligible for the 12th straight season. This was a major improvement for the Red Raiders, who have lost by an average of 42 points the previous three games and absorbed the worst loss in school history last week in a 66-6 rout against Oklahoma State. Missouri trailed entering the fourth quarter for the seventh time, and won for the second time under those circumstances. A week after trailing 49-0 at halftime in a 66-6 loss to Oklahoma State, Texas Tech started fast, playing with the wind on a gusty day, and led 17-10 at the break, fueled by touchdowns on two of the first three possessions - a 1-yard run by Bradley Marquez out of the wildcat formation and Doege’s 3-yard run. It was only the third time Tech had led at the break all season. Michael Egnew’s first touchdown catch in five games came on a leaping grab in the back of the end zone to cut Missouri’s deficit to 20-17 with 4:43 to go in the third quarter. It was the first touchdown in the third quarter in five games for the Tigers, who have totaled 40 points in that quarter all year. Texas Tech went up 10 again on Darrin Moore’s 24-yard catch from Doege with one second left in the third that made it 27-17. The wind was such a factor early that Texas Tech called a timeout to force Missouri to punt into it. The move was foiled when Trey Barrow got a very favorable roll on a 68-yarder into the end zone. Missouri blew a scoring chance in the first quarter when Kendial Lawrence got stripped by Cornelius Douglas at the Red Raiders 6-yard line and fumbled the ball out of the end zone. Moore’s 54-yard run to the 6 topped his season total of 39 yards the first 10 games and set up a 5-yard run by Franklin that capped a 10-play, 90-yard drive, the Tigers’ longest of the year. Missouri cornerback E.J. Gaines had two pass breakups for a season total of 16, breaking the single-season school record set by Michael Harden in 2002. TEAM STATISTICS First Downs _______________________ Net Yards Rushing ____________________ Net Yards Passing ____________________ Completions-Attempts-Int ______________ Total Offense Yards ___________________ Fumbles: Number-Lost _________________ Penalties: Number-Yards________________ Kickoffs-Yards ______________________ Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD ___________ Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD ___________ Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD ____________ Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD___________ Possession Time _____________________ Third-Down Conversions ________________ Fourth-Down Conversions _______________ Red-Zone Scores-Chances _______________ Sacks By: Number-Yards ________________ SCORING SUMMARY No. of Total Team Plays Yards TTU 9 57 TTU 13 80 MU 10 90 TTU 11 49 MU 3 36 TTU 13 63 MU 9 70 TTU 12 77 MU 7 63 MU 10 89

Drive Type of Time Score 2:01 TD 3:57 TD 3:40 TD 4:32 FG :21 FG 5:45 FG 4:28 TD 4:38 TD 2:57 TD 3:44 TD

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Score Qtr/Time 1st/10:51 1st/1:25 2nd/4:59 2nd/:27 2nd/:00 3rd/9:15 3rd/4:43 3rd/:01 4th/12:03 4th/2:22

Drive Start T43 T20 M10 T20 M43 T20 M30 T23 M37 M11

Scoring Play Bradley Marquez 1yd run Seth Doege 3-yard run James Franklin 5-yard run Donnie Carona 48-yard field goal Trey Barrow 39-yard field goal Donnie Carona 33-yard field goal Michael Egnew 5-yard reception Darrin Moore 24-yard reception Marcus Lucas 7-yard reception James Franklin 9-yard run

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ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) - Robert Griffin III stood on the sideline after halftime holding a towel and watching, the Heisman Trophy hopeful done for the night because of an apparent concussion. Though Griffin wanted to play, Baylor medical officials took away his helmet before the second half against Texas Tech. Even without their leader, the 21st-ranked Bears practically scored at will in a 66-42 victory Saturday night. “I’m excited. I’ve got a smile on my face,” Griffin said. “I only got to play half of the game, but I tried to contribute as much as I could.” Baylor (8-3, 5-3 Big 12) set a school mark for most points in a conference game - Big 12 or the Southwest Conference for decades before that - but was already ahead to stay when Griffin scored on a 3-yard keeper just before halftime. That score came after he was on the sideline for one play after taking an elbow to the helmet while sliding at the end of a run. “We got in at halftime, he had a little trouble remembering what was going on,” coach Art Briles said. “We were going to be cautious because that’s the right thing to do. Robert’s a tough guy. He wanted to go. ... But he didn’t need to go.” Nick Florence, the junior who hadn’t thrown a pass all season and was possibly going to be redshirted, filled in aptly. Florence completed 9 of 12 passes for 151 yards with a pair of long touchdowns. He threw a 46-yard TD to Kendall Wright and a 40-yarder to Terrance Williams before Joe Williams returned an interception 90 yards to push Baylor ahead 52-28. “It was a team win. I’m still kind of taking it all in right now,” said Florence, the primary starter after Griffin got hurt only three games into the 2009 season. “If I’m going to remove (the redshirt), let’s remove it like that.” Terrance Ganaway rushed 42 times for 246 yards and two touchdowns, giving him a schoolrecord 14 for the Bears, who reached eight wins for the first time since 1991. “Never would I have thought that we would have that many rushes in a game with Art Briles’ offense,” Ganaway said, smiling. “Our offensive line was just dominating,” Briles said. “There’s not many 242-pound backs in the nation that have the agility and speed that Ganaway has.” Texas Tech (5-7, 2-7) finished with its first losing record since 1992. The Red Raiders lost their last five games after a 41-38 upset last month at Oklahoma, which Baylor beat at home last week. “This is as frustrating as it gets. We didn’t meet the expectations we had,” Tech quarterback Seth Doege said. “When your season doesn’t end on a high note, you feel bad for the seniors.”

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs _______________________ Net Yards Rushing ____________________ Net Yards Passing ____________________ Completions-Attempts-Int ______________ Total Offense Yards ___________________ Fumbles: Number-Lost _________________ Penalties: Number-Yards________________ Kickoffs-Yards ______________________ Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD ___________ Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD ___________ Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD ____________ Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD___________ Possession Time _____________________ Third-Down Conversions ________________ Fourth-Down Conversions _______________ Red-Zone Scores-Chances _______________ Sacks By: Number-Yards ________________ SCORING SUMMARY No. of Total Drive Type of Score Team Plays Yards Time Score Qtr/Time BU 8 44 2:28 FG 1st/11:13 BU 12 73 3:10 TD 1st/6:57 TTU 9 76 3:18 TD 1st/3:39 BU 10 66 3:45 TD 2nd 14:54 TTU 13 74 3:59 TD 2nd/10:55 BU 7 61 2:15 TD 2nd/8:40 TTU 2 43 :43 TD 2nd/7:57 BU 12 86 4:57 TD 2nd/1:36 TTU 7 60 1:28 TD 2nd/:08 BU 5 80 1:26 TD 3rd/10:09 BU 8 77 2:27 TD 3rd/6:05 BU 0 90 0:00 TD 3rd/2:26 TTU 6 64 2:12 TD 3rd/:14 TTU 1 33 :12 TD 4th/14:03 BU 12 69 4:30 TD 9:33/4th BU 3 21 1:02 TD 4th/6:24

TEXAS TECH BAYLOR 25 ___________ 38 46 ___________ 360 398 __________ 257 42-56-2 ________ 16-23-0 444 __________ 617 2-2 ___________ 5-2 9-85 __________ 11-110 6-366 _________ 11-735 1-7-0 _________ 1-7-0 10-256-0 _______ 6-124-0 0-0-0 _________ 2-116-1 0-0-0 _________ 0-0-0 23:12 _________ 36:48 5 of 11 _________ 10 of 17 0 of 0 _________ 1 of 1 4-5 ___________ 6-6 2-24 __________ 1-5

Drive Start B45 B27 T24 B34 T26 B39 B38 B14 T40 B20 B23 T36 B33 B31 T21

Scoring Play Aaron Jones 28-yard field goal Kendall Wright 33-yard reception Kenny Wililams 5 yd run Robert Griffin III 4-yard run Eric Ward 2-yard reception Ganaway, T 4-yard run Darrin Moore 43-yard reception Robert Griffin III 3-yard run Darrin Moore 1-yard reception Kendall Wright 46-yard reception Williams, T 40-yard reception Joe Williams 90-yard interception return Kennny Williams 14-yard run Eric Ward 33-yard reception Nick Florence 1-yard run Gannaway, T 4-yard run

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ALL-AMERICANS FIRST-TEAM ALL-AMERICANS 2008 Rylan Reed _________ Offensive Line 2008 Graham Harrell ________ Quarterback 2008 Brandon Carter _______ Offensive Line 2007-08 Michael Crabtree ______ Wide Receiver 2005 Dwayne Slay __________Free Safety 1998 Montae Reagor _______ Defensive End 1996 Byron Hanspard ______ Running Back 1995 Marcus Coleman _____ Defensive Back 1994-95 Zach Thomas __________Linebacker 1993 Byron “Bam” Morris ____ Running Back 1992 Lloyd Hill __________ Wide Receiver 1991 Mark Bounds ____________ Punter 1989 Charles Odiorne ______ Offensive Line 1988 Tyrone Thurman ______ Kick Returner 1982 Gabe Rivera ________ Defensive Line 1980 Ted Watts _________ Defensive Back 1977 Dan Irons __________ Offensive Line 1976 Thomas Howard ________Linebacker 1973 Andre Tillman ___________Tight End 1969 Denton Fox ________ Defensive Back 1968 Kenny Vinyard ________ Place Kicker 1967 Phil Tucker __________ Offensive Line 1964-65 Donny Anderson ______ Running Back 1963 Dave Parks__________ Wide Receiver 1959-60 E.J. Holub _______ Center/Linebacker 1945 Walter Schlinkman_____ Running Back 1938 A.B. (Abe) Murphy _____ Offensive Line 1938 Leonard Latch________ Offensive Line 1935 Herschel Ramsey _________Tight End SECOND-TEAM ALL-AMERICANS 2009 Brandon Carter _______ Offensive Line 2001 Kevin Curtis ___________Free Safety 2000 Kevin Curtis _________ Strong Safety 1998 Ricky Williams _______ Running Back 1997 Montae Reagor _______ Defensive End 1995 Marcus Coleman _____ Defensive Back 1994 Zach Thomas __________Linebacker 1993 Byron Morris ________ Running Back 1992 Lloyd Hill __________ Wide Receiver 1991 Tracy Saul _________ Defensive Back 1989 James Gray _________ Running Back 1980 Ted Watts _________ Defensive Back 1974 Ecomet Burley ______Offensive Tackle 1972 Donald Rives ______ Defensive Tackle 1968 Don King___________ Offensive Line 1966 Larry Gilbert ___________Tight End 1953 Bobby Cavazos _______ Running Back 1951 Jerell Price _________Offensive Tackle THIRD-TEAM ALL-AMERICANS 2009 Brandon Sharpe ______ Defensive End 2008 Louis Vasquez _______Offensive Guard 2004 Trey Haverty________ Inside Receiver 2001 Lawrence Flugence ______Linebacker 2001 Aaron Hunt _________ Defensive End 1998 Ricky Williams _______ Running Back 1996 Ben Kaufman _______Offensive Tackle 1994 Zach Thomas __________Linebacker WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

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Tracy Saul _________ Defensive Back Charles Odiorne _____Offensive Tackle Brad Hastings __________Linebacker James Hadnot __________ Full Back Bobby Cavazos _______ Running Back

HONORABLE MENTION ALL-AMERICANS 1995 Byron Hanspard ______ Running Back 1985 Carl Carter _________ Defensive Back 1985 Brad Hastings __________Linebacker 1984 Dwayne Jiles __________Linebacker 1982 Ricky Gann ______________Kicker 1980 Renie Baker ____________ Split End 1980 James Giles _______ Defensive Tackle 1980 Tate Randle _____________ Safety 1980 Gabe Rivera _______ Defensive Tackle 1980 Ted Watts _________ Defensive Back 1976 Mike Sears_________Offensive Guard 1970 Ken Perkins ________ Defensive Back 1956 Barton Massey ___________ Center 1954 Claude Harland _____________ End 1954 Jim Sides _______________ Back 1954 Jerry Walker ________Offensive Tackle 1953 Bobby Cavazos _______ Running Back 1953 Jack Kirkpatrick ________ Quarterback 1953 Jerry Walker ________Offensive Tackle 1952 Bobby Cavazos _______ Running Back 1951 Bobby Cavazos _______ Running Back 1944 Walter Schlinkman_____ Running Back 1938 Elmer Tarbox ___________Half Back MISCELLANEOUS ALL-AMERICANS 2011 Jarvis Phillips ____ Freshman All-American 2009 Cody Davis, S ____ Freshman All-American 2008 Brian Duncan ___ Sophomore All-American 2007 Brian Duncan, LB __ Freshman All-American 2007 Colby Whitlock, DT _ Freshman All-American 2005 McKinner Dixon, DE Freshman All-American 2003 Brock Stratton, LB _ Freshman All-American 2000 Wes Welker, IR ___ Freshman All-American 1997 Ricky Williams, RB _ Freshman All-American 1991 Scott Fitzgerald, C _ Freshman All-American 1991 Shawn Jackson, DE Sophomore All-American 1989 Tracy Saul, DB ____ Freshman All-American 1986 Brad Hastings, LB ____ Senior All-American 1984 Calvin Riggs, DE __ Sophomore All-American 1938 Leonard Latch, OT___Unsung All-Americans

ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS 2002 Kliff Kingsbury ________ Quarterback 1999 Keith Cockrum _________Linebacker 1992-93 Robert King _____________ Punter 1989 Tom Mathiasmeier_____ Defensive End 1983 Chuck Alexander _____ Defensive Back 1980 Jeff McKinney _________Linebacker 1979-80 Maury Buford____________ Punter 1972 Jeff Jobe ___________ Wide Receiver

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ALL-BIG 12 CONFERENCE HONORS FIRST TEAM 2009 Brandon Carter ________ Offensive Line Brandon Sharpe _______ Defensive End 2008 Michael Crabtree _______ Wide Receiver Darcel McBath _____________Safety Brandon Williams ______ Defensive End 2007 Michael Crabtree _______ Wide Receiver Alex Trlica ____________ Place Kicker Louis Vasquez _________ Offensive Line 2006 Joel Filani ___________ Wide Receiver 2005 Joel Filani ___________ Wide Receiver Taurean Henderson _____ Running Back Jarrett Hicks __________ Wide Receiver Dwayne Slay ______________Safety 2004 Jarrett Hicks __________ Wide Receiver Danny Amendola____ Kick/Punt Returner Adell Duckett _________ Defensive End 2003 Mickey Peters ________ Inside Receiver Wes Welker _________ All-Purpose/KR 2002 Kliff Kingsbury _________ Quarterback 2001 Ricky Williams ________ Running Back 2000 Kevin Curtis _______________Safety 1999 Kevin Curtis _______________Safety Jonathan Gray ________ Offensive Line 1998 Montae Reagor ________ Defensive End Taurus Rucker _________Defensive Line 1997 Dane Johnson ________ Defensive Back Montae Reagor ________ Defensive End 1996 Byron Hanspard _______ Running Back

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SECOND TEAM 2011 LaAdrian Waddle _______ Offensive Line 2010 Lonnie Edwards________ Offensive Line Colby Whitlock _______Defensive Tackle 2009 Daniel Howard __________ Linebacker Jamar Wall _________ Defensive Back 2008 Daniel Charbonnet ___________Safety Rylan Reed _________ Offensive Tackle Louis Vasquez _________ Offensive Line Shannon Woods _______ Running Back 2007 Graham Harrell _________ Quarterback Brandon Williams ______ Defensive End 2006 Keyunta Dawson _______ Defensive End Glenn January ________ Offensive Line 2005 Keyunta Dawson _______ Defensive End Cody Hodges __________ Quarterback Robert Johnson_______ Inside Receiver Vincent Meeks _____________Safety Manny Ramirez ________ Offensive Line E.J. Whitley __________ Offensive Line 2004 Dylan Gandy ______________Center Daniel Loper _________ Offensive Line Mike Smith ____________ Linebacker 2003 Ryan Aycock _______________Safety Adell Duckett _________ Defensive End Daniel Loper _________ Offensive Line B.J. Symons ___________ Quarterback 2002 Lawrence Flugence _______ Linebacker Wes Welker ________ Wide Receiver/KR 2001 Kevin Curtis _______________Safety

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Lawrence Flugence _______ Linebacker Aaron Hunt __________ Defensive End Kliff Kingsbury _________ Quarterback Rex Richards _________ Offensive Line Tim Baker ___________ Wide Receiver Lawrence Flugence _______ Linebacker Kris Kocurek _________Defensive Tackle Curtis Lowery _________ Offensive Line Sammy Morris ________ Running Back Taurus Rucker _________ Defensive End Donnie Hart __________ Wide Receiver Curtis Lowery _________ Offensive Line John Norman _________ Punt Returner Ricky Williams ________ Running Back Donnie Hart __________ Wide Receiver Cody McGuire _________Defensive Line Jay Pugh _________________Center Ben Kaufman _________ Offensive Line Zebbie Lethridge ________ Quarterback

Jamar Wall _________ Defensive Back Colby Whitlock _______Defensive Tackle Marlon Williams _________ Linebacker Marlon Winn _________ Offensive Line Joe Garcia ________________Safety Graham Harrell _________ Quarterback Chris Hudler _________Defensive Tackle Manny Ramirez ________ Offensive Line Jake Ratliff __________ Defensive End Alex Reyes _______________ Punter Brock Stratton __________ Linebacker Louis Vasquez _________ Offensive Line Shannon Woods _______ Running Back Danny Amendola_______ Wide Receiver Brandon Jones _____________Center Alex Reyes _______________ Punter John Saldi _____________ Linebacker Ken Scott __________Defensive Tackle Fletcher Session _________ Linebacker Alex Trlica ____________ Place Kicker Shannon Woods _______ Kick Returner Cody Campbell ________ Offensive Line Sonny Cumbie _________ Quarterback Nehemiah Glover_______ Wide Receiver Trey Haverty_________ Inside Receiver Taurean Henderson _____ Running Back Antonio Huffman______ Defensive Back Vincent Meeks _____________Safety Seth Nitschmann _______ Defensive End Manny Ramirez ________ Offensive Line John Saldi _____________ Linebacker Brock Stratton __________ Linebacker Toby Cecil ________________Center Carlos Francis _________ Wide Receiver Nehemiah Glover_______ Wide Receiver Taurean Henderson ______ All-Purpose Casey Keck___________ Offensive Line John Saldi _____________ Linebacker Brock Stratton __________ Linebacker Wes Welker __________ Wide Receiver Ryan Aycock _______________Safety Toby Cecil ________________Center Adell Duckett _________ Defensive End Nehemiah Glover_______ Wide Receiver Joselio Hanson _______ Defensive Back Taurean Henderson _____ Running Back Aaron Hunt __________ Defensive End Daniel Loper _________ Offensive Line Rodney McKinney _____Defensive Tackle Anton Paige __________ Wide Receiver Mickey Peters ________ Inside Receiver Rex Richards _________ Offensive Line Ricky Sailor _________ Defensive Back John Saldi _____________ Linebacker Robert Treece __________ Place Kicker E.J. Whitley __________ Offensive Line Ryan Aycock _______________Safety Toby Cecil ________________Center Carlos Francis _________ Wide Receiver Clayton Harmon ______Defensive Tackle Jonathan Hawkins ________ Linebacker Matt Heider __________ Offensive Line

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Paul McClendon ____________Safety Mickey Peters ________ Inside Receiver Mike Smith ____________ Linebacker Wes Welker __________ Punt Returner Derek Dorris __________ Wide Receiver Matt Heider __________ Offensive Line Kris Kocurek _________Defensive Tackle John Norman ___________ Linebacker Dorian Pitts ____________ Linebacker Rex Richards _________ Offensive Line Wes Welker __________ Punt Returner Kyle Allamon ____________ Tight End Kevin Curtis _______________Safety Anthony Malbrough ____ Defensive Back John Norman _________ Punt Returner Kyle Shipley ____________ Linebacker Kyle Allamon ____________ Tight End Darwin Brown _______ Defensive Back Kris Kocurek _________Defensive Tackle Eric Butler _____________ Linebacker Tony Darden_________ Defensive Back Zebbie Lethridge ________ Quarterback Malcolm McKenzie ______ Wide Receiver Tony Rogers ___________ Place Kicker Chris Whitney _________ Offensive Line Jody Brown __________ Defensive End Tony Daniels _________ Defensive End Tony Darden_________ Defensive Back Jaret Greaser __________ Place Kicker Donnie Hart __________ Wide Receiver Robert Johnson__________ Linebacker Montae Reagor ________ Defensive End

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ALL-SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE HONORS 1986 Brad Hastings ___________ Linebacker Chris Tanner _______________Center Tyrone Thurman _______ Kick Returner Wayne Walker _________ Wide Receiver 1985 Carl Carter __________ Defensive Back Brad Hastings ___________ Linebacker 1984 Carl Carter __________ Defensive Back Brad Hastings ___________ Linebacker Dwayne Jiles ___________ Linebacker 1983 Stan David ________________Safety 1982 Ricky Gann____________ Place Kicker Anthony Hutchison ______ Running Back Gabriel Rivera _________Defensive Line Stan Williams 1981 Maury Buford _____________ Punter Tate Randle _______________Safety 1980 Tate Randle _______________Safety Ted Watts ________________Safety 1979 James Hadnot ____________ Full Back Ted Watts ________________Safety 1978 Bill Adams ____________ Place Kicker Maury Buford _____________ Punter Larry Flowers ______________Safety James Hadnot ____________ Full Back Joe Walstad __________ Offensive Line 1977 Richard Arledge ________ Defensive End Eric Felton __________ Defensive Back Dan Irons____________ Offensive Line Mike Mock _____________ Linebacker 1976 Rodney Allison _________ Quarterback Harold Buell __________ Defensive End Greg Frazier _________ Defensive Back Thomas Howard _________ Linebacker Dan Irons____________ Offensive Line Larry Isaac ___________ Running Back Mike Sears __________ Offensive Tackle 1975 Ecomet Burley_________Defensive Line Pat Felux _______________ Tight End Tony Green__________ Defensive Back Curtis Jordan ______________Safety Tommy Lusk __________ Offensive Line Mike Sears ___________ Offensive Line 1974 Lawrence Williams ____________ End Tommy Cones _________ Defensive End Ecomet Burley_________Defensive Line Curtis Jordan ________ Defensive Back 1973 Dennis Allen __________ Offensive Line Joe Barnes ____________ Quarterback Ecomet Burley_________Defensive Line Tom Furgerson ________ Offensive Line Don Grimes ___________ Place Kicker Larry Isaac ___________ Running Back David Knaus __________ Offensive Line Andre Tillman ____________ Tight End Kenneth Wallace ______ Defensive Back Danny Willis _________ Defensive Back 1972 Russell Ingram _____________Center Don Rives ___________Defensive Line 1971 Marc Dove __________ Defensive Back Larry Molinare __________ Linebacker

HISTORY & RECORDS

1995 Marcus Coleman ______ Defensive Back Byron Hanspard ________ Running Back Dane Johnson _________ Punt Returner Zach Thomas ___________ Linebacker 1994 Cat Adams __________ Defensive Back Marcus Coleman ______ Defensive Back Scott Fitzgerald _____________Center Dane Johnson _________ Punt Returner Bart Thomas _______________Safety Zach Thomas ___________ Linebacker Damon Wickware _______Defensive Line 1993 Brad Elam ________________Center Robert Hall ___________ Quarterback Lloyd Hill ____________ Wide Receiver Robert King ______________ Punter Derrell Mitchell ________ Wide Receiver Byron Morris__________ Running Back Stacey Petrich _________ Offensive Line 1992 Charlie Biggurs ________ Offensive Line Lloyd Hill ____________ Wide Receiver Shawn Jackson ________ Defensive End Stance Labaj __________ Offensive Line Mike Liscio _____________ Linebacker Byron Morris__________ Running Back Tracy Saul __________ Defensive Back 1991 Charlie Biggurs ________ Offensive Line Rodney Blackshear ______ Wide Receiver Mark Bounds _____________ Punter Brian Dubiski ______________Safety Jason Duvall __________ Offensive Line Lin Elliott_____________ Place Kicker Tracy Saul __________ Defensive Back Matt Wingo ____________ Linebacker 1990 Rodney Blackshear ______ Wide Receiver Charles Rowe ___________ Linebacker Tracy Saul ___________ Kick Returner Sammy Walker _______ Defensive Back Matt Wingo ____________ Linebacker 1989 James Gray __________ Running Back Tom Mathiasmeier ______ Defensive End Charles Odiorne ________ Offensive Line Charles Perry __________Charles Perry Nathan Richburg _______ Offensive Line Charles Rowe ___________ Linebacker Tracy Saul ___________ Kick Returner Sammy Walker _______ Defensive Back Len Wright ________________Center 1988 Charles Odiorne ________ Offensive Line Desmond Royal ________Defensive Line Tyrone Thurman _______ Kick Returner Billy Joe Tolliver _________ Quarterback 1987 Eddy Anderson ________ Wide Receiver James Gray __________ Running Back Artis Jackson _________Defensive Line Michael Johnson _________ Linebacker Jeff Keith ____________ Offensive Line Mike McBride _________ Offensive Line Scott Segrist ___________ Place Kicker Billy Joe Tolliver _________ Quarterback Wayne Walker _________ Wide Receiver

1970 Bruce Dowdy _________ Defensive End Doug McCutchen __________ Half Back Wayne McDermand _____Defensive Line Ken Perkins _________ Defensive Back 1969 Richard Campbell _______ Defensive End Denton Fox _________ Defensive Back Jerry Don Sanders _______ Place Kicker 1968 Larry Alford _______________Safety Richard Campbell _____________ End Don King ____________ Offensive Line Kenny Vinyard __________ Place Kicker 1967 Mike Leinert _____________ Half Back Ed Mooney_____________ Linebacker Phil Tucker ___________ Offensive Line Jerry Turner _______________Center 1966 Larry Gilbert ________________ End Mike Leinert _____________ Half Back 1965 Donny Anderson __________ Half Back Tom Wilson ___________ Quarterback 1964 Donny Anderson __________ Half Back Teddy Roberts ______________Safety 1963 Donny Anderson __________ Half Back David Parks _____________ Split End 1962 David Parks _____________ Split End 1960 E.J. Holub ________________Center

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ALL-BORDER CONFERENCE HONORS 1955

Hal Broadfoot _____________ Guard Bill Herchmann ____________ Tackle Don Schmidt ___________ Half Back James Sides ____________ Full Back Jerry Walker ______________ Tackle 1954 Hal Broadfoot _____________ Guard Walter Bryan ___________ Half Back Claude Harland _____________ End Bill Herchmann ____________ Tackle Jerry Johnson _________ Quarterback Bob Kilcullen _____________ Tackle James Sides ____________ Full Back Rick Spinks_____________ Half Back Jerry Walker ______________ Tackle Arlen Wesley _____________ Guard Dwayne West _____________Center Dean White _______________ End 1953 Bobby Cavazos _______ Running Back Don Gray ________________ Guard Jack Kirkpatrick ________ Quarterback James Sides ____________ Half Back Vic Spooner _______________ End Jerry Walker ______________ Tackle Jimmy Williams ____________ Tackle 1952 Bobby Cavazos __________ Half Back Hollis Davis ______________ Tackle Ray Howard ______________ Guard Jim Turner _____________ Half Back 1951 Junior Arterbrun _______ Quarterback Bobby Cavazos __________ Half Back Ray Howard ______________ Guard Aubrey Phillips ____________Center Jerrell Price ______________ Tackle Jim Turner _____________ Half Back 1950 Robert Broyles ____________ Guard Jerrell Price ______________ Tackle 1949 James Conley ___________ Full Back Marshall Gettys ____________ Tackle Dan Pursel _______________ Guard Calvin Stevenson _________ Half Back 1948 John Andrews _____________ Tackle Marshall Gettys ____________ Tackle Ernest Hawkins ________ Quarterback Bill Kelley ________________ End Dorrell McCurry ____________ Guard Dan Pursel _______________ Guard 1947 Fred Brown __________ Quarterback Roland Nabors ____________Center Ed Smith ______________ Half Back Joe Smith ________________ End Bernie Winkler ____________ Tackle 1946 Clyde Hall _______________ Tackle Floyd Lawhorn ____________ Guard Roland Nabors ____________Center Ed Robnett _____________ Full Back Roger Smith ____________ Half Back Bernie Winkler ____________ Tackle 1943-45 No Team Selected 1942 Will Allbright _____________ Guard Don Austin ________________Back WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

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J.R. Calahan _______________Back Doyle Caraway ____________ Guard Walter Schlinkman ___________Back Joe Smith ________________ End George Zoller _____________ Tackle Tyrus Bain ___________ Quarterback Charles Dvoracek _________ Full Back Lewis Jones ______________ Guard Floyd Owens ______________ Guard Herschel Ramsey ____________ End Elmer Tarbox____________ Half Back William Holcomb ___________ Tackle Jim Neill ______________ Half Back Herschel Ramsey ____________ End Tom Wiginton _____________Center Charles Duvall _________ Quarterback Walker Nichols ____________ Guard G.C. Dowell ____________ Half Back Pete Owens ______________ Guard Lawrence Priddy ___________Center Elva Baker ________________ End Matt Hitchcock _____________ End

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ACADEMIC ALL-CONFERENCE HONORS BIG 12 CONFERENCE 2011 ... First Team: Cody Davis, Managment Information Systems; Seth Doege, Masters in Interdisciplinary Studies; David Neil, Masters in Exercise & Sports Science; Mickey Okafor, Human Development & Family Studies; Austin Zouzalik, Energy Commerce and General Business. Second Team: Donnie Carona, Masters in Business Administration; Ryan Erxleben, Exercise & Sports Science; Alex Torres, Masters in Business Administration; Eric Ward, Human Development & Family Studies. 2010 ... First Team: Britton Barbee, Psychology & Human Development; Bront Bird, Energy Commerce; Cody Davis, Management Information Systems; David Neill, Exercise and Sport Sciences; Mickey Okafor, Human Development & Family Studies; Chris Olson, MBA; Taylor Potts, Exercise and Sport Sciences/Human Development & Family Studies; Austin Zouzalik, Business Administration. Second Team: Jonathan Brydon, Marketing; Donnie Carona, Business Administration; Bran Duncan, Management; Jonathan LaCour, Advertising; Alex Torres, Business Administration; LaAdrian Waddle, Business Administration; Matt Williams, Human Development & Family Studies. 2009 ... First Team: Bront Bird, Business Administration; Taylor Charbonnet, Business Administration; Cody Davis, Business Administration; David Neil, Human Development and Family Studies; Mickey Okafor, Pre-Dental; Chris Olson, Business Administration, Taylor Potts, Quarterback; Alex Torres, Business Administration; Austin Zouzalik, Business Administration. Second Team: Donnie Carona, Business Administration; Brandon Sharpe, Business Administration

2007 … First Team: Grant Berg, Finance; Graham Harrell, History; Kelly Hildebrandt, General Business; Eric Morris, Communication Studies; Chris Olson,

2006 … First Team: Matt Grisell, English; Graham Harrell, History; Chris Hudler, Sports Management; Brock Stratton, Restaurant, Hotel and Institutional Management; Keith Toogood, Business Management; Alex Trlica, Finance and Accounting; Grant Walker, Business Management; Todd Walker, Pre-Medicine. Second Team: Daniel Charbonnet, Communications; Chad Hill, General Business; Antonio Huffman, Sociology. 2005 … First Team: SirDon Lewis, Psychology; David Schaefer, Biochemistry. Second Team: Lance Fuller, Business; John Saldi, Communications; Calen Shearer, Business; Alex Trlica, Finance. 2004 … First Team: Sonny Cumbie, History; Cody Fuller, Communications; Joe Garcia, Undeclared; Sione Havili, Human Development and Family Studies; Brock Stratton, Restaurant, Hotel and Institutional Management; Josh Rangel, Public Relations; Alex Trlica, Pre-Nursing; Geremy Woods, Graduate Studies/Marketing. Second Team: Brian Bishop, General Business; Cody Campbell, MBA; Dylan Gandy, Finance; SirDon Lewis, Human Development and Family Studies; Seth Nitschmann, Finance; Brent Slaughter, Petroleum Land Management; Keith Toogood, Marketing. 2003 … First Team: Marcus Boyd, Marketing/ Management; Cody Campbell, MBA; Cody Fuller, Communications; Taylor Jobe, Advertising; Byron Johnson, Marketing/Management; Josh Rangel, Public Relations; Dupree Scovell, Finance/Graduate. Second Team: Ryan Aycock, Communication Studies; Toby Cecil, Finance; Joel Filani, Undeclared; Dylan Gandy, History; Trey Haverty, Management; B.J. Symons, Management; Keith Toogood, Business; Geremy Woods, Graduate Studies. 2002 ... First Team: Eric Bartee, Exercise and Sport Sciences; Cody Campbell, Finance/Economics; Toby Cecil, Finance; Lennard Christensen, High Performance Management; Cody Fuller, Undeclared; Dylan Gandy, Business; Taylor Jobe, Advertising; Kliff Kingsbury, Master’s of Sport Management. Second Team: Ryan Aycock, Communication Studies; Marcus Boyd, Marketing; Cody Davis, Management; Adell Duckett, Exercise and Sport Sciences;Trey Haverty, Management; Byron Johnson, Marketing; Clay McGuire, History; Josh Page, Master’s of Restaurant, Hotel and Institutional Management;

Josh Rangel, Public Relations; Ricky Sailor, Human Development and Family Studies; B.J. Symons, Management; Robert Treece, Exercise and Sport Sciences; E.J. Whitley, Undeclared; Robert Wyatt, Graduate Studies. 2001 ... First Team: Ryan Aycock, Communication Studies; Eric Bartee, Exercise and Sport Science; Marcus Boyd, Management Information Systems; Rusty Bucy, Communication Studies; Cody Campbell, Finance/Economics/Petroleum Land Management; Toby Cecil, Business; Lennard Christensen, High Performance Management/Graduate School; Dylan Gandy, Undeclared; Trey Haverty, Undeclared; Byron Johnson, Marketing; Kliff Kingsbury, Management; Paul McClendon, Management Information Systems; Dupree Scovell, Management/ Marketing; King Scovell, Finance/General Business; Robert Wyatt, Restaurant, Hotel and Institutional Management. Second Team: Peter Abrigg, Construction Technology; Preston Hartfield, Exercise Sport Management; Jonathan Hawkins, Teacher Certification/Graduate School; Josh Page, Restaurant, Hotel and Institutional Management; Justin Reed, Communication Studies; B.J. Symons, Finance; Wes Welker, Undeclared. 2000 ... First Team: Peter Abrigg, Construction Technology; Ryan Aycock, Communication Studies; Chris Birkholz, Biology; Tony Cantu, Spanish/Exercise Sciences; Lennard Christensen, High Performance Management; John DePasquale, MBA; Carlos Francis, Exercise and Sport Sciences; Jonathan Hawkins, Sports Management; Sam Hooks, MBA; J.P. Jansen, Agronomy; Kliff Kingsbury, Management; Paul McClendon, MIS; Robert Monroe; Kyle Sanders, Master’s of Science/Motor Behavior; King Scovell, Finance; Robert Wyatt, Restaurant, Hotel and Institutional Management. Second Team: Rusty Bucy, Communications; Will Culpepper, MBA; Derek Dorris, Exercise and Sport Science; Kris Kocurek, Exercise and Sport Sciences; Mickey Peters, Exercise and Sport Sciences; Justin Reed, Communications; Toby Shain, Exercise and Sports Science; Reggie Savage, Exercise and Sport Sciences; J.J. Williams, Exercise and Sport Sciences; Shaud Williams, Marketing. 1999 ... First Team: Peter Abrigg, Arts and Sciences; Eric Bartee; Chris Birkholz, Biology; Reagan Bownds, Agriculture Business; Brien Burchett; Keith Cockrum, Finance; J.P. Jansen, Agronomy; Kliff Kingsbury; Paul McClendon, MIS; Robert Monroe; Rob Peters, Accounting; Brian Roberson, Engineering; Charlie Robinson; Kyle Sanders, History; King Scovell, Finance; Kyle Shipley, Finance; Robert Wyatt. Second Team: Rusty Bucy; Will Culpepper,

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2008 ... First Team: Bront Bird, Business Administration; Taylor Charbonnet, Business Administration; Cory Fowler, General Businessgraduate; J.J. Griffin, Exercise and Sport Sciencesgraduate; Graham Harrell, Education-graduate; Jonathan LaCour, Advertising; David Neill, Human Development and Family Studies; Mickey Okafor, Arts and Sciences undeclared; Chris Olson, Marketing and Management; Chris Perry, Arts and Sciences undeclared; Taylor Potts, Exercise and Sport Sciences; Todd Walker, Human Development and Family Studies. Second Team: Daniel Charbonnet, General Studies; Rashad Hawk, Arts and Sciences undeclared; Jake Johnson, Human Development and Family Studies; Franklin Mitchem, General Business; Eric Morris, Communication Studies; Jake Ratliff, Animal Science.

General Business; David Schaefer, Bio-Chemistry; Clint Stoffels, General Business; Alex Trlica, Finance; Grant Walker, Business Management. Second Team: Daniel Charbonnet, General Studies; Brian Duncan, General Business; Chad Hill, Finance; Jamar Wall, Exercise and Sport Sciences; Loy White, Business Marketing; Marlon Williams, Civil Engineering; Tyler Yenzer, Finance.

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Management; Paul Erickson, History; Matt Heider, Mathematics; Josh Page; Reggie Savage, Exercise & Sports Sciences; J.J. Williams.

SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE 1995 ... Ed Hendrix, ESS; Tony Rogers, Management; Field Scovell, Finance.

1998 ... First Team: Chris Birkholz, Biology; Reagan Bownds, Agribusiness; Keith Cockrum, Finance; Jaret Greaser, Agriculture Economics; Matt Heider, Undecided; Jeremy Hernandez, Biochemistry; Paul McClendon, Undecided; Robert Monroe, Accounting; Cody Patton, Interdisciplinary Agriculture; Rob Peters, Accounting; Brian Roberson, Engineering; Kyle Sanders, History; King Scovell, Finance; Kyle Shipley, Finance. Honorable Mention: Kris Kocurek, Undecided; Montae Reagor, Exercise & Sport Sciences; Reggie Savage, Exercise & Sport Sciences.

1994 ... Scott Aylor, Electrical Engineering; Ed Hendrix, ESS.

1997 ... First Team: Reagan Bownds, Agricultural Business; Corey Chandler, Communications; Keith Cockrum, MIS/Finance; Jaret Greaser, Agriculture Econ.; Jeremy Hernandez, Bio-Chemstry; Cody Patton, Agriculture; Rob Peters, Accounting; Zac Potter, Accounting; Brian Roberson, Civil Engineering; Tony Rogers, Marketing. Honorable Mention: Tim Baker, MIS; Jonathan Hawkins, ESS; Kyle Shipley, Accounting; Matt Tittle, Communications; Duane Toliver, Business. 1996 ... First Team: Sone Cavazos, Civil Engineering; Keith Cockrum, Finance; Jaret Greaser, Agricultural Business; Jeremy Hernandez, Bio Chemstry; Ryan Jones, Communications; Rob Peters, Accounting; Tony Rogers, Marketing; Field Scovell, General Business. Honorable Mention: Corey Chandler, Communications.

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1993 ... Jason Clemmons, ESS; Robert King, Chem. Engineering; Stacey Petrich, Finance. 1992 ... Steve Carr, Marketing; Scott Fitzgerald, Electrical Eng.; Stacey Petrich, Finance. 1991 ... King Hodson, RHIM; Steve Carr, Marketing; Stacey Petrich, Finance. 1990 ... Chris Naughton, ESS; Jason Rattan, Pre-Vet. Medicine; David McFarland, Finance. 1989 ... David McFarland, Finance; Tom Mathiasmeier, Finance; Bart Talkington, English. 1988 ... Tom Mathiasmeier, Finance; Bart Talkington, English. 1987 ... Eric Everett, Physical Education; Terry Lynch, Broadcast Journalism; Tim Tannehill, Physical Education.

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NATIONAL AWARDS HEISMAN MEMORIAL TROPHY Year Player 1960 E.J. Holub 1965 Donny Anderson 1996 Byron Hanspard 2002 Kliff Kingsbury 2003 B.J. Symons 2008 Graham Harrell 2008 Michael Crabtree

Place 10th 4th 6th 9th 10th 4th 5th

NATIONAL FOOTBALL FOUNDATION COLLEGE FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME Year Player 1986 EJ Holub 1989 Donny Anderson 2008 Dave Parks 2012 Gabe Rivera

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AT&T ALL-AMERICA PLAYER OF THE YEAR Year Player 2007 Michael Crabtree 2008 Graham Harrell THE SPORTING NEWS NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE YEAR Year Player 1965 Donny Anderson

Position Running back

DOAK WALKER AWARD (Presented annually to the nation’s top running back) Year Player 1993 Byron Morris 1996 Byron Hanspard BILETNIKOFF AWARD (Presented annually to the nation’s top wide receiver) Year Player 2007 Michael Crabtree 2008 Michael Crabtree *Crabtree was the first player in the history of the award to win in back-to-back years.

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PAUL WARFIELD TROPHY (Presented to the nation’s top receiver by the Touchdown Club of Columbus) Year Player 2007 Michael Crabtree 2008 Michael Crabtree AFCA GOOD WORKS TEAM (Honoring college football student-athletes and their contributions to their communities) Year Player Position 1997 Dane Johnson Defensive Back 1998 Montae Reagor Defensive End 2008 Brian Duncan Linebacker NFF/COLLEGE FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME POST-GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP Year Player Position 2002 Kliff Kingsbury Quarterback 2008 Graham Harrell Quarterback NCAA POST-GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP (Presented annually to student-athletes that excel off the field) Year Player 1965 James Ellis, Jr. 1968 John Scovell 1975 Jeffrey Jobe 1978 Richard Arledge 1985 Bradford White 1990 Thomas Mathiasmeier 1996 Field Scovell VERIZON ACADEMIC PLAYER OF THE YEAR (Presented annually by CoSIDA to the nation’s top academic student-athlete) Year Player Position 2002 Kliff Kingsbury Quarterback STREET & SMITH’S 50TH ANNIVERSARY TEAM Year Player Position 1960 E.J. Holub Center

JOHNNY UNITAS GOLDEN ARM AWARD (Presented to the nation’s top quarterback) Year Player 2008 Graham Harrell

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SAMMY BAUGH TROPHY (Presented to the nation’s top quarterback by the Touchdown Club of Columbus) Year Player 2002 Kliff Kingsbury 2003 B.J. Symons 2007 Graham Harrell

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TEAM AWARDS PETE CAWTHON MEMORIAL TEAM MVP 2008 Graham Harrell ______________QB 2007 Michael Crabtree ____________ WR 2006 Joel Filani ________________ WR 2005 Taurean Henderson ___________RB 2004 Mike Smith ________________ LB 2003 Wes Welker _______________ WR 2002 Aaron Hunt ________________ DE Kliff Kingsbury ______________QB 2001 Kevin Curtis ________________ FS Ricky Williams ______________RB 2000 Kliff Kingsbury ______________QB Kevin Curtis ________________ SS 1999 Sammy Morris ______________RB 1998 Montae Reagor ______________ DE 1997 Montae Reagor ______________ DE 1996 Byron Hanspard _____________RB 1995 Zach Thomas _______________ LB 1994 Zach Thomas _______________ LB 1993 Byron Morris _______________RB 1992 Lloyd Hill ________________ WR 1991 Robert Hall ________________QB 1990 Rodney Blackshear ___________ WR 1989 James Gray ________________ B 1988 Billy Joe Tolliver______________QB 1987 James Gray ________________ B 1986 Roland Mitchell______________DB 1985 Carl Carter _________________DB 1984 Freddie Wells _______________ FB Dwayne Jiles _______________ LB 1983 Ronald Byers _______________NG 1982 Gabriel Rivera _______________ DL 1981 Terry Baer _________________ LB 1980 Ted Watts __________________S 1979 James Hadnot ______________ FB 1978 Don Kelly _________________ LB 1977 Mike Mock_________________ LB Billy Taylor_________________ FB 1976 Thomas Howard _____________ LB 1975 Pat Felux __________________ TE 1974 Lawrence Williams ____________HB 1973 Joe Barnes _________________QB 1972 Donald Rives _______________ G 1971 Larry Molinare ______________ LB 1970 Bruce Dowdy _______________ DE 1969 Denton Fox ________________DB 1968 Don King__________________ G 1967 Jerry Turner _________________C 1966 James Henkel ________________T 1965 Donny Anderson _____________HB 1964 Jerry Don Balch _______________E 1963 Bill Shaha _________________ G 1962 David Parks _________________E DELL MORGAN MEMORIAL COURAGE 2008 Rylan Reed ________________ OL 2007 Eric Morris _________________ IR 2006 Chris Hudler ________________NT 2005 Khalid Naziruddin ____________ CB Trey Haverty________________ IR WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

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2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961

Carlos Francis ______________ WR Rodney McKinney ____________ DL Jason May _________________ OL Wes Welker ________________RB Rob Peters _________________QB Rob Peters _________________QB Zebbie Lethridge _____________QB Cody McGuire _______________ DT Ryan Donohue ______________ LB Shawn Banks _______________ LB Robert Johnson______________ LB Scott Fitzgerald _______________C Bruce Hill _________________ FB Stance Labaj _______________ OL Matt Wingo ________________ LB Stephon Weatherspoon _________ LB Clifton Winston ______________ FB Ervin Farris ________________ FB Bart Reagor ________________DB Brad Hastings _______________ LB Scott Davis ________________ DT Joe McMeans _______________OG Wayne Dawson _____________ DE Kerry Tecklenburg ____________ LB Stan Williams _______________ LB Ron Reeves ________________QB Roger Jones ________________ DE Johnny Quinney _____________ LB Brian Nelson _______________ SE Gary McCright ______________ LB Rodney Allison ______________QB Bill Bothwell _______________ DT Ray Hennig ________________ DT David Knaus ________________ DL James Mosley _______________ B Harold Lyons _______________ G Marc Dove _________________DB Bob Mooney _______________ DT Dickie Grigg ________________DB Rob Junell _________________ LB Pat Knight __________________E Guy Griffis __________________S Tom Wilson ________________QB C.C. Willis _________________ LB Sam Cornelius _______________E Bill Worley _________________HB Larry Jones _________________E

DONNY ANDERSON SPORTSMANSHIP 2008 Brian Duncan _______________ LB 2007 Brian Duncan _______________ LB 2006 Antonio Huffman_____________ CB 2005 Khalid Naziruddin ____________ CB 2004 Clay McGuire _______________RB 2003 Preston Hartfield _____________RB 2002 King Scovell ________________ IR 2001 Ryan Aycock ________________ SS 2000 John Norman _______________ LB 1999 Sammy Morris ______________RB 1998 Matt Tittle _________________QB 1997 Dane Johnson _______________ FS 1996 Sone Cavazos _______________QB

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Jody Brown ________________ LB Corey Chandler ______________ DT Byron Hanspard _____________ TB Byron Hanspard _____________ TB Robert Hall ________________QB Tracy Saul _________________DB Tracy Saul _________________DB Bill DuBose ________________ OT Charles Odiorne _____________ OT Charles Perry _______________ DT Boyd Cowan ________________DB Scott Toman ________________QB Aubrey Richburg _____________ OT Tim Crawford _______________ DE Troy Smith ________________ WR Brad White ________________ DT Chuck Alexander _____________DB David Joeckel ________________C Maury Buford ________________P Tate Randle _________________S Jim Verden ________________ DT Ken Walter ________________ OT David Hill _________________ DT Curtis Reed ________________NG Terry Anderson _______________C Tommy Duniven _____________QB Ecomet Burley ______________ DL Tommy Cones _______________ DE George Herro _______________ LB Ken Wallace ________________DB Doug McCutchen _____________ B Quintin Robinson_____________ LB David Browning ______________L Larry Hargrave ______________ B Tom Sawyer ________________ B

E.J. HOLUB DOUBLE TOUGH 2008 Rylan Reed ________________ OL 2007 Joe Garcia _________________ SS 2006 Chris Hudler ________________NT 2005 Dwayne Slay _______________ FS 2004 Mike Smith ________________ LB 2003 B.J. Symons ________________QB 2002 Kliff Kingsbury ______________QB 2001 Ricky Williams ______________RB 1999 Kyle Shipley ________________ LB 1998 Donnie Hart _______________ WR 1997 Stoney Garland ______________ DT 1996 Robert Johnson______________ LB 1995 Zach Thomas _______________ LB 1994 Byron Wright _______________ DE 1993 Stacey Petrich _______________ OT 1992 Ben Kirkpatrick ______________ LB 1991 Rodney Blackshear ___________ WR 1990 Stephon Weatherspoon _________ LB 1989 James Gray ________________RB 1988 Billy Joe Tolliver______________QB 1987 David Stickels _______________OG 1986 Chris Tanner _________________C 1985 Tim Crawford _______________ DE 1984 Brad White ________________ DT 1983 Ronald Byers _______________ DT

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DARE TO BE GREAT 2008 Baron Batch ________________RB 2007 Chris Parker ________________DB 2006 Dek Bake _________________ DT 2005 Khalid Naziruddin ____________ CB 2004 Clay McGuire _______________RB 2003 Preston Hartfield _____________ IR 2002 King Scovell ________________ IR 2001 Mark Washington ____________ FS 2000 Rickey Hunter _______________RB 1999 Taurus Rucker _______________ DE 1998 Montae Reagor ______________ DE 1997 Cody McGuire _______________ DT 1996 Casey Jones ________________OG 1995 Corey Chandler ______________ DT 1994 Scott Fitzgerald _______________C 1993 Scott Aylor_________________ TE 1992 Tracy Saul _________________ FS 1991 Keith Cripps _______________ WR 1990 Tony Hooper________________ TE 1989 Tommy Webb _______________ OT 1988 Clifton Winston ______________ FB 1987 Jeff Keith _________________OG 1986 Danny Schwertner ____________ DT 1985 Calvin Riggs ________________ DE 1984 Joe McMeans _______________OG 1983 Curt Cole __________________ TE 1982 David Eliff _________________ FB 1981 C.M. Pier __________________ DE

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David Hill _________________ DT Travis Mileur ________________C

CLINT RAMSEY ACADEMIC EFFORT 2008 J.J. Griffin 2007 David Schaefer 2006 Keith Toogood 2005 Bryan Kegans 2004 Cody Campbell Geremy Woods 2003 Taylor Jobe 2002 Lennard Christensen 2001 Lance Williams 2000 Derrick Briggs 1999 Tim Duffie 1998 Sammy Morris 1997 Jayson Hansen 1996 Montae Reagor Taurus Rucker 1995 Shawn Hurd 1994 Byron Wright Scott Fitzgerald 1993 Stacey Petrich 1992 Andy Chance 1991 Matt Wingo 1990 Jason Rattan 1989 Tommy Webb 1988 Dal Watson 1987 Ricky Boysaw

HISTORY & RECORDS

J T KING AWARD (Most Improved Player) 2008 Stephen Hamby ______________C 2007 Rylan Reed ________________OT 2006 Brandon Jones _______________C Paul Williams _______________ LB 2005 Fred Thrweatt _______________ DT 2004 Johnnie Mack _______________RB 2003 Preston Hartfield _____________RB 2002 Mickey Peters _______________ IR 2001 Kliff Kingsbury ______________QB 2000 Rickey Hunter _______________RB 1999 Anthony Malbrough ___________ CB 1998 Oscar Solis _________________ CB 1997 Tim Winn _________________ TE 1996 Shane Dunn ________________OG 1995 Jerod Fiebiger_______________ TE 1994 Zach Thomas _______________ LB 1993 Larry Starr _________________ FB 1992 Harry Dyas_________________ DE 1991 Donny Brooks _______________DB 1990 Byron Hooper ______________ WR 1989 Anthony Lynn _______________RB 1988 Charles Rowe _______________ LB 1987 Clifton Winston ______________ FB 1986 Monte McGuire ______________QB 1985 Scott Davis ________________ DT 1984 Chris Tanner _________________C 1983 Dale Brown ________________RB 1982 Roderick Smith ______________ TE 1981 Lewis Washington ____________ DE 1980 Dane Kerns ________________ DT Tracy Kensing _______________ OT WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

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ALL-STAR GAMES

1974

ALL-AMERICA BOWL 1976 Curtis Jordan ___________________S 1969 Kenny Vinyard _________________ K

1973

BLUE-GRAY GAME 1997 Tony Darden __________________CB 1992 Stance Labaj __________________OG 1991 Rodney Blackshear _____________ WR Mark Bounds ___________________P Anthony McDowell ______________ FB 1988 Desmond Royal ________________DT Merv Scurlark _________________CB 1987 Eric Everett ___________________CB Artis Jackson __________________DT 1986 Brad Hastings _________________LB Roland Mitchell ________________CB 1985 Carl Carter ___________________CB Mike Kinsey __________________LB 1984 Dwayne Jiles __________________LB 1983 Stan David ____________________S 1982 Hasson Arbubakrr _______________DT Gabriel Rivera ________________ NG 1981 Maury Buford __________________P Tate Randle____________________S 1980 Jeff McKinney ________________ OLB 1977 Eric Felton ___________________DB Mike Mock ___________________LB 1975 Tony Green ___________________CB Curtis Jordan ___________________S 1970 Denton Fox ___________________DB Charles Evans___________________E Jerry Don Sanders _______________ K 1969 Roger Freeman ________________HB Jim Moylan ____________________T Mike Patterson__________________T Kenny Vinyard _________________ K 1968 Mike Leinert __________________HB John Scovell __________________QB Phil Tucker ___________________ G 1961 Bake Turner __________________ B 1959 Ronnie Rice ___________________HB Jerry Selfridge __________________T 1957 Pat Hartsfield __________________E 1955 Lonnie Graham ________________ B Bill Herchman __________________T Jack Kirkpatrick ________________ B 1954 Claude Harland _________________E Jerry Johnson _________________ B Rick Spinks ____________________E 1953 Vic Spooner____________________E Jimmy Williams _________________T 1951 Aubrey Phillips __________________C 1947 Roland Nabors __________________C Joe Smith _____________________E COACHES ALL-AMERICAN GAME 1976 Tony Green ___________________CB Curtis Jordan ___________________S 1975 Tommy Cones _________________DE David Knaus _________________ NG WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

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1966 1964 1961

Joe Barnes ___________________QB Kenneth Wallace________________DB David Corley __________________DT Russell Ingram __________________C Don Rives ____________________LB Larry Molinare _________________LB Richard Campbell ________________E Charles Evans___________________E Denton Fox ___________________ B Donny Anderson________________HB Dave Parks ____________________E E.J. Holub _____________________C (Army duty prevented playing)

CHICAGO TRIBUNE ALL-STARS 1965 Donny Anderson________________HB 1964 Dave Parks ____________________C 1961 E.J. Holub _____________________C 1959 Floyd Dellinger _________________HB 1956 Bill Herchman __________________T 1954 Bobby Cavazos _________________ B 1952 Jerrell Price ____________________T 1948 Roland Nabors __________________C 1947 James Reed 1945 Walter Schlinkman ______________ B COPPER BOWL 1958 Jerry Bell ____________________QB Floyd Dellinger _________________HB Phil Williams ___________________T DALLAS ALL-STAR 1939 Elmer Tarbox __________________ B 1938 Lewis Jones___________________ G EAST-WEST SHRINE GAME 2009 Jamar Wall ___________________DB Brandon Carter ________________OL 2008 Darcel McBath __________________S Louis Vasquez _________________OL 2006 Joel Filani ___________________ WR Jarrett Hicks _________________ WR 2005 Taurean Henderson ______________RB Dwayne Slay __________________ FS E.J. Whitley ___________________OL 2004 Adell Duckett__________________DE 2003 Wes Welker__________________ WR 2002 Aaron Hunt ___________________DE Lawrence Flugence ______________LB 2001 Kevin Curtis___________________ FS Ricky Williams _________________RB 2000 Curtis Lowery _________________OL Sammy Morris _________________RB 1999 Donnie Hart _________________ WR Montae Reagor ________________DE 1998 Dane Johnson __________________S 1996 Zach Thomas __________________LB 1995 Jon Davis ____________________ K Scott Fitzgerald _________________C 1994 Lloyd Hill ___________________ WR 1993 Tracy Saul_____________________S 1990 James Gray ___________________TB

1980 1969 1968 1967 1963 1960 1957 1951 1946 1939 1929

Ken Walter ____________________T Don King ____________________ G Jackie Stewart _________________ FB Ed Mooney ___________________LB Ronnie Pack __________________ G Dave Parks ____________________E E.J. Holub _____________________C Charlie Moore _________________ G Jerrell Price ____________________T Walter Schlinkman ______________ B Elmer Tarbox __________________ B Ransom Walker ________________ B

HULA BOWL 2005 Khalid Naziruddin _______________DB Bristol Olomua _________________ TE 2004 Cody Campbell_________________OG Sonny Cumbie _________________QB Dylan Gandy ___________________C Daniel Loper __________________OT 2003 Wes Welker__________________ WR 2002 Kliff Kingsbury _________________QB Rex Richards __________________OG 2000 Chris Birkholz__________________ K Kris Kocurek __________________DT 1999 Darwin Brown _________________CB Donnie Hart _________________ WR 1998 Tony Darden __________________CB Dane Johnson __________________S 1997 Casey Jones___________________OG 1996 Marcus Coleman________________DB Zach Thomas __________________LB 1987 Chris Tanner ___________________C 1986 Carl Carter ___________________CB Mike Kinsey __________________LB 1980 James Hadnot _________________ FB 1978 Rodney Allison _________________QB Dan Irons ____________________DT 1977 Thomas Howard ________________LB 1974 Joe Barnes ___________________QB Andre Tillman __________________E 1973 Don Rives ____________________LB 1970 Richard Campbell _______________DE Denton Fox ___________________DB 1969 Don King ____________________ G 1968 Phil Tucker ___________________ G 1967 Ronnie Pack __________________ G 1966 Donny Anderson________________ B Tom Wilson___________________QB INS ALL-SOUTHWEST 11 1956 Doug Campbell ________________ G (Second Team) INTAJUICE NORTH-SOUTH CLASSIC 2006 Keyunta Dawson _______________DE Joel Filani ___________________ WR Glenn January _________________OL Robert Johnson ________________ IR Alex Reyes ____________________P

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JAPAN BOWL 1993 Charlie Biggurs_________________OT Tracy Saul_____________________S 1991 Rodney Blackshear _____________ WR Anthony Lynn _________________RB 1990 James Gray ___________________RB 1980 Larry Flowers__________________DB 1978 Rodney Allison _________________QB Dan Irons ____________________OT 1977 Thomas Howard ________________LB 1976 Ecomet Burley ________________ NG

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KING ALL-AMERICA CLASSIC 1990 Charles Odiorne _________________T Kevin Sprinkles_________________ TE LAS VEGAS ALL-AMERICA CLASSIC 2003 Toby Cecil _____________________C NORTH-SOUTH GAME 1969 Leon Lovelace __________________T 1968 Jerry Turner____________________C 1967 David Baugh __________________HB James Henkel __________________T OLYMPIA GOLD BOWL 1982 Tate Randle____________________S GRIDIRON CLASSIC 2004 Cody Campbell_________________OG 2000 Derek Dorris _________________ WR John Norman _________________LB 1999 Darwin Brown _________________CB SALAD BOWL 1955 Walter Bryan __________________ B Claude Harland _________________E Bobby Hunt __________________ G Jerry Johnson _________________ B Ken Kummer __________________ G Ralph Martin ___________________C Rick Spinks ___________________ B Dean White____________________E

HISTORY & RECORDS

SENIOR BOWL 2008 Graham Harrell ________________QB 2002 Kliff Kingsbury _________________QB 2000 Sammy Morris _________________RB 1999 Montae Reagor ________________DE 1997 Ben Kaufman _________________OT 1994 Donny Brooks _________________DB Lloyd Hill ___________________ WR 1987 Lemuel Stinson ________________DB 1982 Maury Buford __________________P 1981 Ted Watts____________________ FS 1980 James Hadnot _________________ FB 1974 Andre Tillman __________________E 1973 Russell Ingram __________________C 1969 Kenny Vinyard _________________ K 1964 Dave Parks ____________________E 1961 E.J. Holub _____________________C 1954 Bobby Cavazos _________________ B Jimmy Williams _________________T WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

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RED RAIDERS IN THE NFL EUGENE ALFORD, B Portsmouth Spartans ________________1931-33 Cincinnati Reds ____________________ 1934 St. Louis Gunners ___________________ 1934 DANNY AMENDOLA, WR St. Louis Rams ________________ 2009-Current GLEN AMERSON, B Philadelphia Eagles __________________ 1961 DONNY ANDERSON, B Green Bay Packers _________________ 1966-71 St. Louis Cardinals __________________1972-74 HASSON ARBUAKRR, DE Tampa Bay Bucs ____________________ 1983 Minnesota Vikings __________________ 1984 JUNIOR ARTERBURN, QB Chicago Cardinals ___________________ 1954 TIM BAKER, WR Pittsburgh Steelers __________________ 2001 Carolina Panthers ___________________ 2002 San Diego Chargers __________________ 2003 JOE BARNES, QB Chicago Bears _____________________ 1974 BARON BATCH, RB Pittsburgh Steelers _____________ 2011-Current WINFORD BAZE, B Philadelphia Eagles __________________ 1937 HUB BECHTOL, E Baltimore Colts __________________ 1947-49 BRONT BIRD, LB San Diego Chargers _____________ 2011-Current JAMALL BROUSSARD, KR/PR Carolina Panthers ___________________ 2004 WILLIAM BROWN, B Brooklyn Dodgers ___________________ 1943 Brooklyn Tigers ____________________ 1944 Pittsburgh Steelers __________________ 1945 ROBERT BRYANT, OT San Francisco 49ers ________________ 1946-49 WALTER BRYANT, B Baltimore Colts ____________________ 1955 MAURY BUFORD, P San Diego Chargers ________________ 1982-84 Chicago Bears _______________ 1985-86, 89-91 New York Giants ____________________ 1988 VICTOR BURNETT, DE St. Louis Cardinals ___________________ 1987 J.R. CALLAHAN, B Detroit Lions ______________________ 1946 CODY CAMPBELL, OL Indianapolis Colts ___________________ 2005 JOHN CARRELL, LB Houston Oilers _____________________ 1966 CARL CARTER, DB St. Louis Cardinals _________________ 1986-87 Phoenix Cardinals _________________ 1988-89 Cincinnati Bengals___________________ 1990 Tampa Bay Bucs ____________________ 1991 Green Bay Packers ___________________ 1992 BOBBY CAVAZOS, B Chicago Cardinals ___________________ 1954 WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

TOBY CECIL, C Carolina Panthers ___________________ 2004 St. Louis Rams ___________________ 2004-05 MARCUS COLEMAN, DB New York Jets ___________________ 1996-01 Houston Texans __________________ 2002-05 Dallas Cowboys ____________________ 2006 MICHAEL CRABTREE, WR San Francisco 49ers _____________ 2009-Current TIM CRAWFORD, LB Cleveland Browns ___________________ 1987 KEVIN CURTIS, S San Francisco 49ers __________________ 2002 STAN DAVID, LB Buffalo Bills ______________________ 1984 Kansas City Chiefs ___________________ 1986 GAINES DAVIS, OG New York Giants ____________________ 1936 WILLIAM DAVIS, OT Chicago Cardinals _________________ 1940-41 Brooklyn Dodgers ___________________ 1943 Miami Seahawks ___________________ 1946 KEYUNTA DAWSON, DE Indianapolis Colts ________________ 2007-2010 Detroit Lions ______________________ 2011 Tennesse Titans ___________________ Current DEREK DORRIS, WR New York Giants ____________________ 2002 GWYN DOWELL, B Chicago Cardinals _________________ 1935-36 TOMMY DUNIVEN, QB Houston Oilers ___________________ 1977-78 RALPH EARHART, B Green Bay Packers _________________ 1948-49 LIN ELLIOTT, K Dallas Cowboys __________________ 1992-93 Kansas City Chiefs _________________ 1994-95 ERIC EVERETT, DB Philadelphia Eagles ________________ 1988-89 Tampa Bay Buccaneers ________________ 1990 Kansas City Chiefs ___________________ 1991 Minnesota Vikings __________________ 1992 ERIC FELTON, DB New Orleans Saints ________________ 1978-79 New York Giants ____________________ 1980 LARRY FLOWERS, DB New York Giants __________________ 1980-84 New York Jets _____________________ 1985 ROBERT FLOWERS, C Green Bay Packers _________________ 1942-49 CARLOS FRANCIS, WR Oakland Raiders __________________ 2004-07 DYLAN GANDY, OL Indianapolis Colts _________________ 2005-07 Denver Broncos ____________________ 2008 Oakland Raiders ____________________ 2008 Detroit Lions _________________ 2009-Current ROGER GILL, E Philadelphia Eagles ________________ 1964-65

JAMES HADNOT, B Kansas City Chiefs _________________ 1980-83 JOSELIO HANSON, DB San Francisco 49ers ________________ 2004-05 Philadelphia Eagles _____________ 2006-Current BYRON HANSPARD, RB Atlanta Falcons __________________ 1997-00 Tampa Bay Bucaneers ________________ 2002 GRAHAM HARRELL, QB Green Bay Packers ______________ 2010-Current LEONARD HARRIS, WR Tampa Bay Buccaneers ________________ 1986 Houston Oilers ___________________ 1987-93 Atlanta Falcons ____________________ 1994 WILLIAM HERCHMAN, OT San Francisco 49ers ________________ 1956-59 Dallas Cowboys __________________ 1960-61 Houston Oilers _____________________ 1962 WILLIAM HOLCOMB, OT Philadelphia Eagles __________________ 1937 PAT HOLMES, OT Houston Oilers ___________________ 1966-72 Kansas City Chiefs ___________________ 1973 E.J. HOLUB, LB/C Dallas Texans____________________ 1961-62 Kansas City Chiefs _________________ 1963-70 THOMAS HOWARD, LB Kansas City Chiefs _________________ 1977-83 St. Louis Cardinals _________________ 1984-85 VAN HUGHES, DE St. Louis Cardinals ___________________ 1986 Seattle Seahawks ___________________ 1987 ANTHONY HUTCHISON, B Chicago Bears ___________________ 1983-84 Buffalo Bills ______________________ 1985 CHARLES JACKSON, S Washington Redskins_________________ 1987 DWAYNE JILES, LB Philadelphia Eagles ________________ 1985-88 New York Giants ____________________ 1989 LEONARD JONES, DB Denver Broncos ____________________ 1987 LEW JONES, LB Brooklyn Dodgers ___________________ 1943 CURTIS JORDAN, DB Tampa Bay Buccaneers ______________ 1976-80 Washington Redskins_______________ 1981-86 WILLIAM KELLEY, E Green Bay Packers ___________________ 1949 ROBERT KILCULLEN, OT Chicago Bears ___________________ 1957-65 KLIFF KINGSBURY, QB New England Patriots_________________ 2003 New Orleans Saints __________________ 2004 New York Jets _____________________ 2005 KRIS KOCUREK, DT Seattle Seahawks ___________________ 2001 Tennessee Titans _________________ 2001-02 JIM KRAHL, DB New York Giants ____________________ 1978 Baltimore Colts ____________________ 1979 San Francisco 49ers __________________ 1980

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MAC PERCIVAL, K Dallas Cowboys ____________________ 1967 Chicago Bears ___________________ 1968-73 JERRELL PRICE, G Chicago Cardinals ___________________ 1951 MANUEL RAMIREZ, OL Detroit Lions ___________________ 2007-2010 Denver Broncos _______________ 2011-Current HERSCHEL RAMSEY, E Philadelphia Eagles ______________ 1938-40, 45 TATE RANDLE, DB Houston Oilers _____________________ 1982 Baltimore Colts __________________ 1983-86 Miami Dolphins ____________________ 1987 WALTER RANKIN, B Chicago ___________________ 1941, 43, 45-47 Pittsburgh Steelers __________________ 1944 MONTAE REAGOR, DE Denver Broncos __________________ 1999-02 Indianapolis Colts _________________ 2003-06 Philadelphia Eagles ________________ 2007-08 GABRIEL RIVERA, DT Pittsburgh Steelers __________________ 1983 DON RIVES, LB Chicago Bears ___________________ 1973-78 EDWARD ROBNETT, B San Francisco 49ers __________________ 1947 FRANCIS SACHESE, B Brooklyn Dodgers ___________________ 1943 Brooklyn Tigers ____________________ 1944 Boston Yankees ____________________ 1945 WALTER SCHLINKMAN, B Green Bay Packers _________________ 1946-50 PRINCE SCOTT, E Miami Seahawks ___________________ 1946 KING SIMMONS, DB Cleveland Browns _________________ 1986-87 San Diego Chargers __________________ 1987 JOSEPH SMITH, E Baltimore Colts ____________________ 1948 MIKE SMITH, LB Baltimore Ravens _________________ 2005-07 TIMMY SMITH, B Washington Redskins_______________ 1987-88 RICHARD STAFFORD, E Philadelphia Eagles ________________ 1962-63 LEMUEL STINSON, DB Chicago Bears ___________________ 1989-92 Atlanta Falcons ____________________ 1993 B.J. SYMONS, QB Houston Texans __________________ 2004-05 BILLY TAYLOR, B New York Giants __________________ 1978-81 Los Angeles Raiders __________________ 1982 ZACH THOMAS, LB Miami Dolphins __________________ 1996-07 Dallas Cowboys ____________________ 2008 ANDRE TILLMAN, TE Miami Dolphins __________________ 1975-78 BILLY JOE TOLLIVER, QB San Diego Chargers ________________ 1989-90

Atlanta Falcons __________________ 1991-93 Houston Oilers _____________________ 1994 Atlanta Falcons __________________ 1996-97 New Orleans Saints ________________ 1998-00 BAKE TURNER, E/B Baltimore Colts ____________________ 1962 New York Jets ___________________ 1963-69 Boston Patriots ____________________ 1970 LOUIS VASQUEZ, OL San Diego Chargers _____________ 2009-Current KENNY VINYARD, K Atlanta Falcons ____________________ 1970 SAMMY WALKER, DB Pittsburgh Steelers ________________ 1991-92 Kansas City Chiefs ___________________ 1993 Green Bay Packers ___________________ 1994 WAYNE WALKER, WR San Diego Chargers __________________ 1989 JAMAR WALL, DB Dallas Cowboys ____________________ 2010 JOE WALTER, T Cincinnati Bengals_________________ 1985-97 TED WATTS, DB Oakland Raiders __________________ 1981-84 New York Giants ____________________ 1985 San Diego Chargers __________________ 1987 GEORGE WEBB, E Brooklyn Dodgers ___________________ 1943 WES WELKER, IR San Diego Chargers __________________ 2004 Miami Dolphins __________________ 2004-06 New England Patriots____________ 2007-Current BRANDON WILLIAMS, DE Dallas Cowboys ____________________ 2010 Arizona Cardinals ______________ 2011-Current LAWRENCE WILLIAMS, E Kansas City Chiefs _________________ 1976-77 Cleveland Browns ___________________ 1977 REX WILLIAMS, C Chicago Cardinals ___________________ 1940 New York Americans _________________ 1940 Detroit Lions ______________________ 1945 RICKY WILLIAMS, RB New Orleans Saints __________________ 2002 Indianapolis Colts _________________ 2002-03 SHAUD WILLIAMS, RB Buffalo Bills ____________________ 2004-06 BERNARD WINKLER, T Los Angeles Dons ___________________ 1948 HISTORY & RECORDS

DEVIN LEMONS, DE Chicago Bears ___________________ 2001-02 Washington Redskins_________________ 2004 ZEBBIE LETHRIDGE, DB Miami Dolphins __________________ 2001-02 DAVE LLOYD, LB Cleveland Browns _________________ 1959-61 Detroit Lions ______________________ 1962 Philadelphia Eagles ________________ 1963-70 DANIEL LOPER, OT Tennessee Titans _________________ 2005-08 Detroit Lions ______________________ 2009 Oakland Raiders _________________ 2009-2010 ANTHONY LYNN, B Denver Broncos ____________________ 1993 San Francisco 49ers ________________ 1995-96 Denver Broncos __________________ 1997-99 ANTHONY MALBROUGH, DB Cleveland Browns ___________________ 2000 Houston Texans ____________________ 2002 JOSEPH MAREK, B Brooklyn Dodgers ___________________ 1943 DARCEL MCBATH, DB Denver Broncos _________________ 2009-2010 Jacksonville Jaguars__________________ 2011 ANTHONY MCDOWELL, RB Tampa Bay Buccaneers ______________ 1992-94 MONTE MCGUIRE, QB Denver Broncos ____________________ 1987 DERRELL MITCHELL, E New Orleans Saints __________________ 1994 ROLAND MITCHELL, DB Buffalo Bills ______________________ 1987 Phoenix Cardinals ___________________ 1989 Atlanta Falcons ____________________ 1990 Green Bay Packers _________________ 1991-94 MIKE MOCK, LB New York Jets _____________________ 1977 ED MOONEY, LB Detroit Lions ____________________ 1968-71 Baltimore Colts __________________ 1972-73 BYRON “BAM” MORRIS, B Pittsburgh Steelers ________________ 1994-95 Baltimore Ravens _________________ 1996-96 Kansas City Chiefs _________________ 1997-99 SAMMY MORRIS, RB Buffalo Bills ____________________ 2000-03 Miami Dolphins __________________ 2004-06 New England Patriots______________ 2007-2010 Dallas Cowboys ____________________ 2011 ROLAND NABORS, C New York Yankees ___________________ 1948 JAMES NEILL, B New York Giants ____________________ 1937 Chicago Cardinals ___________________ 1939 TRUETT OWENS, G Brooklyn Dodgers ___________________ 1943 DAVE PARKS, E San Francisco 49ers ________________ 1964-67 New Orleans Saints ________________ 1968-72 Houston Oilers _____________________ 1973

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RED RAIDERS IN THE NFL DRAFT YEAR PLAYER ROUND TEAM 2010 Baron Batch, RB ____ 7th ________Steelers 2009 Jamar Wall, DB_____ 6th _________ Dallas 2008 Michael Crabtree, WR_ 1st _____San Francisco Darcel McBath, DB___ 2nd _______ Denver Louis Vasquez, OL ___ 3rd ______ San Diego Brandon Williams, DL _ 4th _________ Dallas 2007 Manuel Ramirez, OL__ 4th ________ Detroit Joel Filani, WR _____ 6th ______ Tennessee Keyunta Dawson, DL _ 7th _____ Indianapolis 2006 E.J. Whitley, OL ____ 7th _________ Dallas 2005 Dylan Gandy, C_____ 4th _____ Indianapolis Daniel Loper, OT ____ 5th ______ Tennessee Mike Smith, LB_____ 7th _______Baltimore 2004 Carlos Francis, WR ___ 4th ________Oakland B.J. Symons, QB ____ 7th _______ Houston 2003 Aaron Hunt, DE ____ 6th ________ Denver Kliff Kingsbury, QB __ 6th _____New England 2002 Kevin Curtis, S _____ 4th _____San Francisco 2001 Kris Kocurek, DT ____ 7th ________ Seattle 2000 Anthony Malbrough, DB 5th _______Cleveland Sammy Morris, RB___ 5th _______Cleveland 1999 Montae Reagor, DE __ 2nd _______ Denver Darwin Brown, DB __ 5th ________ Denver 1998 Tony Darden, DB ____ 7th ______ Minnesota 1997 Byron Hanspard, RB__ 2nd _______ Atlanta 1996 Marcus Coleman, DB _ 5th ____ New York Jets Zach Thomas, LB ___ 5th _________Miami 1994 Byron Morris, RB____ 3rd ______ Pittsburgh Lloyd Hill, WR _____ 6th ________Chicago Derrell Mitchell, FL __ 6th _____New England 1992 Anthony McDowell, FB 8th ______ Tampa Bay Donald Harris, CB ___ 12th ________ Dallas 1991 Sammy Walker, CB __ 4th ______ Pittsburgh 1990 James Gray, TB _____ 5th _____New England 1989 Billy Joe Tolliver, QB __ 2nd _____ San Diego 1988 Eric Everett, CB _____ 5th _____ Philadelphia Lemuel Stinson, CB __ 6th ________Chicago Artis Jackson, DT____ 10th ________Miami 1987 Roland Mitchell, CB __ 2nd _______ Buffalo Timmy Smith, RB ___ 5th _____ Washington Leonard Jones, R____ 9th ______ Minnesota 1986 Tim Crawford, DE ___ 3rd ____ New York Jets Carl Carter, FS _____ 4th ________St. Louis King Simmons, CB___ 12th ______Cleveland 1985 Dwayne Jiles, LB ____ 5th _____ Philadelphia Joe Walter, OT _____ 7th _______Cincinnati Brad White, DT_____ 11th ___ New York Jets 1984 Stan David, FS _____ 7th ________ Buffalo 1983 Gabriel Rivera, DT ___ 1st ______ Pittsburgh Hasson Arbubakrr, DT _ 9th ______ Tampa Bay Anthony Hutchison, HB 10th _______Chicago 1982 Maury Buford, P ____ 8th ______ San Diego Tate Randle, S _____ 8th _________Miami Ron Reeves, QB ____ 10th ______ Houston 1981 Ted Watts, DB _____ 1st ________Oakland 1980 James Hadnot, TE/FB _ 3rd ______Kansas City Larry Flowers, WS ___ 4th ______ Tampa Bay Ken Walter, OT _____ 8th _______Baltimore Jeff Copeland, LB ___ 8th _______Cleveland WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

Willie Stephens, CB __ 10th _______Chicago 1979 Brian Nelson, SE ____ 11th _____ Minnesota 1978 Billy Taylor, FB _____ 4th ___New York Giants Eric Felton, CB _____ 5th _____ New Orleans Jim Krahl, DT ______ 5th ___New York Giants Mike Mock, DE _____ 8th ____ New York Jets Dan Irons, OT ______ 12th ____San Francisco 1977 Thomas Howard, LB__ 3rd ______Kansas City Tommy Duniven, QB _ 6th _______Cincinnati 1976 Curtis Jordan, S ____ 6th ______ Tampa Bay Tony Green, DB ____ 17th _______ Atlanta 1975 Lawrence Williams, HB 7th _____New England Calvin Jones, SE ____ 16th ____ Philadelphia 1974 Andre Tillman, TE ___ 2nd ________Miami Joe Barnes, QB _____ 13th _______Chicago 1973 Russell Ingram, OG __ 9th ________ Atlanta Don Rives, DT _____ 15th _______Chicago 1972 John Odom, R _____ 10th __New York Giants 1970 Denton Fox, DB ____ 3rd _________ Dallas Charley Evans, TE ___ 9th ______Kansas City Jerry Sanders, K ____ 12th ______Cleveland 1969 Jacky Stewart, FB ___ 4th _______Baltimore Kenny Vinyard, K ___ 6th ______ Green Bay Leon Lovelace, DT ___ 13th _______ Buffalo Jim Moylan, DT ____ 13th _____ Minnesota Gary Golden, S _____ 15th ____San Francisco 1968 Ed Mooney, LB _____ 4th ________ Detroit Mike Leinert, HB ____ 15th _______Oakland 1967 Ronnie Pack, OG ____ 12th ____ New Orleans 1966 Jerry Lovelace, HB ___ 14th ____ Washington 1965 Donny Anderson, RB _ 1st ___ Green Bay (NFL) Jim Zanios, FB _____ 9th ______Dallas (NFL) John Carrell, OT ____ 15th __Pittsburgh (NFL) Jeff White, TE _____ 18th __ Green Bay (NFL) Leo Lowery, FB_____ 18th _ Los Angeles (NFL) Donny Anderson, RB _ 1st ____ Houston (AFL) John Carrell, OT ____ 7th ____ Oakland (AFL) Jeff White, TE _____ 11th __ San Diego (AFL) 1964 Dave Parks, TE _____ 1st _ San Francisco (NFL) Dave Parks, TE _____ 4th ___ San Diego (AFL) 1963 Roger Gill, DE______ 12th _Philadelphia (NFL) Coolidge Hunt, FB ___ 16th __ Green Bay (NFL) Roger Gill, DE______ 22nd __ San Diego (AFL) 1962 Pat Holmes, OT ____ 3rd _____ Philadelphia Bake Turner, HB ____ 12th ______Baltimore 1961 E.J. Holub, C ______ 2nd Dallas Cowboys (NFL) E.J. Holub, C ______ 1st _ Dallas Texans (AFL) 1960 Ken Talkington, QB __ 2nd ____ Los Angeles 1958 Gene Bartley ______ 7th ________Chicago Max Brod ________ 24th __New York Giants Floyd Dellinger, QB __ 27th _____ Pittsburgh Bob Witucki, QB ____ 27th ____San Francisco 1957 Bob Kilcullen, OT____ 8th ________Chicago Don Williams, QB ___ 13th _______Chicago 1956 Bill Herschman ____ 3rd _____San Francisco Don Schmidt, HB ___ 6th _______Baltimore Jerry Walker, OT ____ 12th _______Chicago James Sides, FB ____ 13th ____ Philadelphia Ken Vakey, DE _____ 19th _____ Green Bay Ronnie Herr, HB ____ 21st _______Chicago

1955 Bryan Walter ______ 9th _______Baltimore Claude Harland, TE __ 10th ____ Los Angeles Rick Spinks, FB _____ 21st ______Cleveland Ken Elmore _______ 22nd ____ Los Angeles 1954 Bobby Cavazos, HB __ 3rd ________Chicago Jimmie Williams, OT _ 8th ______ Green Bay Karl Klutz ________ 17th ____San Francisco 1953 Jim Turner, HB _____ 18th ____ Washington 1952 Jerrell Price, OT_____ 6th _____ Los Angeles Aubrey Phillips_____ 13th ____ Los Angeles 1951 Jerrell Price, OT_____ 20th ______ New York Ed Price _________ 27th ______ New York Earl Jackson ______ 29th ____ Los Angeles 1950 Elbert Johnson _____ 27th _______ Detroit 1949 Glenn Lewis ______ 5th ___ Green Bay (NFL) Charles Reynolds ___ 6th __ Los Angeles (NFL) Bobby Williams ____ 14th __ Green Bay (NFL) Bill Kelly_________ 23rd __ Green Bay (NFL) Abbie Reynolds ____ 15th __ Chicago (AAFC) 1948 Floyd Lawhorne ____ 24th _Washington (NFL) Ralph Earhart _____ 32nd __ Green Bay (NFL) Joe Smith________ 5th __ Baltimore (AAFC) Bernie Winkler_____ 14th Los Angeles (AAFC) Floyd Lawhorne ____ 23rdSan Francisco (AAFC) 1947 Roland Nabors, C ___ 18th ____ Boston (NFL) Gene Standefer ____ 26th _ Los Angeles (NFL) Joe Smith________ 26th ___ Chicago (NFL) Bernie Winkler_____ 30th _Philadelphia (NFL) Ed Robnett _______ 12th San Francisco (AAFL) Roland Nabors, C ___ 18th __New York (AAFL) 1946 Pat Farris ________ 10th _______ Detroit Ed Robnett _______ 18th ____ Washington Newman Ledbetter __ 28th _______Chicago 1945 Walter Schlinkman, RB 1st ______ Green Bay Jack Dillon _______ 27th __New York Giants 1944 Roger Smith ______ 7th ________Chicago Bucky Gillenwater ___ 23rd ______ Brooklyn 1943 Doyle Carraway ____ 9th ___New York Giants 1942 Charley Dvoracek ___ 19th ____ Philadelphia 1941 Lonnie McCurry ____ 16th ______ Brooklyn 1940 Rex Williams ______ 7th ___New York Giants Bill Davis ________ 11th _______Chicago 1939 Elmer Tarbox, HB ___ 3rd _______Cleveland 1938 Herschel Ramsey ___ 6th _____ Philadelphia

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TEXAS TECH HALL OF HONOR The Texas Tech Athletic Hall of Honor was established in 1961 to recognize a select group of people who have had a special impact on Texas Tech athletics. Induction into the Hall is not limited to past athletes or administrators, although many Red Raider stars are among the members. To be eligible for consideration, the candidate should not only have brought distinction to the Texas Tech athletics program, but also have displayed qualifications such as sportsmanship, character and integrity. A former athlete is not eligible until 10 years after his/her class has graduated. Full-time Texas Tech athletics employees are not eligible. Inductees are honored at the annual Hall of Honor Banquet on Friday night before the Texas or Texas A&M home football game. Since the Hall of Honor’s initial ceremony, 169 people have been inducted. More detailed information can be found at www.texastech. com and click on Hall of Honor.

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INDUCTEE YEAR INDUCTED JACK ALDERSON ___________________ 1999 Basketball – 1950-52 DR. R.G. “WICK” ALEXANDER___________ 2000 Football, Baseball RODNEY ALLISON __________________ 2003 Football – 1975-77 DONNY ANDERSON, ________________ 1978 Football – 1963-65 E. F. (JUNIOR) ARTERBRUN, ____________ 1979 Football – 1950-51 JOYCE ARTERBRUN _________________ 2003 Creator of the High Riders – 1976 GARY ASHBY,_____________________ 1999 Baseball, Player and Head Coach MICHI ATKINS ____________________ 2006 Women’s Basketball – 1992-96 *DOUG AULT, _____________________ 1990 Baseball – 1971-72 *GENERAL ROSS AYERS, ______________ 1966 Football – 1930-32 *TY BAIN, _______________________ 1990 Football – 1939-41 AMANDA BANKS __________________ 2004 Track 1986-89 JOE BARNES, _____________________ 1986 Football – 1971-73 *GENE BARNETT, __________________ 1987 Football – 1937-38 *VERNON (BUDDY) BARRON,___________ 1976 Football – 1950-52 *ALLEN (CHUFF) BENTON, _____________ 1975 Red Raider Club President – 1958-60 MARK BRANDENBURG_______________ 2008 Baseball – 1991-92 ANGIE BRAZIEL ___________________ 2009 Women’s Basketball – 1998-99 *J.O. (BUDDY) BROTHERS _____________ 1971 Football – 1927-30 *MARSHALL BROWN ________________ 1970 Basketball – 1939-40 A.J. “JAKE” BROYLES ________________ 2007 Tennis – 1950-52 SHARON MOULTRIE_________________ 1998 Track – 1979-82

CLINT BRYANT ____________________ 2006 Baseball – 1993-96 MAURY BUFORD___________________ 2001 Football – 1978-81 RICK BULLOCK, ___________________ 1985 Basketball – 1973-76 ECOMET BURLEY___________________ 2004 Football – 1972-75 JILL BURNESS ____________________ 2007 Volleyball – 1995-96 SANDY BUTLER ___________________ 2011 Softball – 1998-2001 JOHN PAUL CAIN __________________ 1998 Golf; 1955-56, 1958-1959 *D. C. (PREACHER) CALLOWAY __________ 1985 Football – 1925-26 JIM CARLEN______________________ 2008 Football – Head Coach – 1970-74 *HURLEY CARPENTER _______________ 1962 Football and Track -- 1925-29 BOBBY CAVAZOS __________________ 1968 Football – 1951-53 RICHARD CAVAZOS _________________ 1982 Football – 1949-50 *PETE CAWTHON __________________ 1961 Athletics Director/Head Football Coach – 1930-40 LISA CLARK ______________________ 2010 Volleyball – 1987-90 MARCUS COLEMAN _________________ 2010 Football – 1992-95 *JOHN CONLEY ____________________ 1995 Coach and Administrator – 1961-1985 *JACK DALE ______________________ 1990 “Voice” of the Red Raiders – 1953-2003 *DR. J. WILLIAM DAVIS ______________ 1974 Chairman of the Athletic Council – 1948-69 JOE DILLON ______________________ 2008 Baseball – 1995-97 *G. C. (MULE) DOWELL _______________ 1963 Football -- 1932-34; Coach and Administrator 1939-41 SPIKE DYKES _____________________ 2001 Head Football Coach – 1986-99; Asst Coach -- 1984-86 *MARSH FARMER __________________ 1962 Track – 1938-40 *JOHN FARQUHAR _________________ 1990 Golf – 1955-56, 1958-59 WILL FLEMONS ___________________ 2003 Basketball – 1990-93 DENTON FOX _____________________ 2001 Football – 1967-69 *R. P. (BOB) FULLER_________________ 1979 Executive Committee Red Raider Club; Past President JOE KIRK FULTON __________________ 2010 First Masked Rider – 1954 RUBEN GARCIA ___________________ 1991 Baseball – 1970-73 MARSHALL GETTYS _________________ 1967 Football – 1947-50 *GENE GIBSON____________________ 2002 Basketball – 1947-50; Basketball Head Coach – 1962-69 LARRY GILBERT ___________________ 2011 Football – 1965-67

*BYRON GILBREATH ________________ 1984 Football and Basketball – 1941-42 KEITH GINTER ____________________ 2009 Baseball – 1997-98 ROBERT GRAHAM__________________ 2005 Swimming – 1966-67 JAMES GRAY _____________________ 2007 Football – 1986-89 JOHNNY GRIMES __________________ 2010 Baseball – 1981-84 *J. L. GULLEY _____________________ 1981 Football – 1947-49 JAMES HADNOT ___________________ 2005 Football – 1976-79 JERRY HAGGARD __________________ 1987 Basketball and Baseball – 1967-69 ROBERT HALL ____________________ 2008 Football – 1990-93 CHUCK HARRISON__________________ 2009 Baseball – 1961-62 *BRAD HASTINGS __________________ 2011 Football – 1983-86 TIM HATCH ______________________ 1987 Football – 1948-50 ERNEST HAWKINS__________________ 1975 Football, Basketball, Track – 1944, 1947-50 *GARLAND HEAD __________________ 1982 Football and Basketball – 1941-43, 1946 *LEON (POD) HILL __________________ 2005 Basketball – 1957-59 LLOYD HILL ______________________ 2005 Football – 1990-93 *VOLNEY (SATCH) HILL _______________ 1965 Football and Baseball – 1925-28 E. J. HOLUB ______________________ 1977 Football – 1958-60 THOMAS HOWARD _________________ 1993 Football – 1974-76 HAROLD HUDGENS _________________ 2006 Men’s Basketball – 1959, 61-62 JANICE HUDSON ___________________ 2001 Volleyball Coach – 1975-85 *BERL HUFFMAN __________________ 1972 Football, Basketball, Baseball, Track Coach – 1935-70 MIKE HUMPHREYS _________________ 2005 Baseball – 1986-88 CARL INCE_______________________ 2007 Basketball – 1953-55 DAN IRONS ______________________ 1999 Football – 1975-77 *ED IRONS ______________________ 1973 Football and Basketball – 1940-42 LEETE JACKSON ___________________ 1975 Football – 1946-47; Exec. VP/Red Raider Club -- 1951-85 BUBBA JENNINGS __________________ 1995 Basketball – 1981, 1983-85 *MORLEY JENNINGS ________________ 1976 Athletics Director – 1941-51 JERRY JOHNSON ___________________ 2007 Football – 1951-54 NOEL JOHNSON ___________________ 2005 Basketball – 1992-95 *CLIFFORD B. JONES ________________ 1970 President of Texas Tech – 1938-44

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*LEWIS JONES ____________________ 1972 Football – 1936-37 T. JONES ________________________ 2004 Director of Athletics – 1985-93 CURTIS JORDAN ___________________ 1999 Football – 1972-75 BILL KELLEY _____________________ 1980 Football, Basketball and Track – 1945-48 DON KING _______________________ 2008 Football – 1966-68 *J T KING _______________________ 1980 Head Football Coach – 1961-69; Athletics Dir. – 1970-78 KRISTA KIRKLAND _________________ 2003 Basketball – 1990-93 JACK KIRKPATRICK _________________ 1971 Football – 1952-55 *ARCH LAMB _____________________ 1991 Founder of Saddle Tramps -- 1936 *GEORGE LANGFORD ________________ 1964 Football – 1929-32 DAN LAW _______________________ 1984 Football – 1955-56; Baseball – 1956-57 *T.L. LEACH ______________________ 1977 Athletics Council Member and Chairman – 22 years RICHARD LITTLE ___________________ 2011 Basketball – 1971-73 LISA LOVE _______________________ 2000 Volleyball – 1974-77 CHARLES LYNCH ___________________ 2009 Basketball – 1957-59 DUB MALAISE ____________________ 1984 Basketball – 1964-66 JESSE MARSH ____________________ 1992 Diving -- 1964-66 *DANNY MASON___________________ 2002 Golf Coach – 1964-66, 1969-80 JAMES MAYS _____________________ 1991 Track -- 1978-81 *LONNIE “PRIMO” McCURRY ___________ 2000 Football – 1938-40 *DOUG McCUTCHEN ________________ 2009 Football – 1970-73 *JEANNINE McHANEY _______________ 1995 Coach and Administrator – 1966-1994 BECKY (BOXWELL) McILRAITH __________ 2005 Volleyball – 1984-87 ROBERT McKINNEY _________________ 2008 Golf – 1967-70 JIM McNALLY _____________________ 1993 Swimming Coach – 1959-79 JEFF MITCHELL____________________ 2001 Golf – 1974-76; Golf Coach – 1990-2000 *DELL MORGAN ___________________ 1963 Head Football Coach – 1940-50 *G. B. MORRIS ____________________ 1979 Football – 1933-34 DEL RAY MOUNTS __________________ 1977 Basketball – 1960-62 GERALD MYERS ___________________ 1969 Basketball – 1957-59; Head Basketball Coach -- 1971-90; Athletics Director -- 1996-2011 *ROLAND (TUFFY) NABORS ____________ 1985 Football – 1946-47; Basketball – 1943, 1946-47 *WALKER NICHOLS _________________ 1968 Football – 1933-35 WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

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*WINFIELD W. (WINDY) NICKLAUS _______ 1966 Football -- 1925-28; Baseball -- 1926-28 *PAUL NOLEN ____________________ 1998 Basketball – 1951-53 CHARLES ODIORNE _________________ 2004 Football – 1986-89 JOHN OWENS_____________________ 1993 Baseball – 1968-71 DAVE PARKS _____________________ 1990 Football – 1961-63 *GEORGE PHILBRICK ________________ 1993 Football -- 1936-38; Tennis Coach – 1952-78 *AUBREY (RED) PHILLIPS _____________ 1986 Football – 1949-51 *JERRELL PRICE ___________________ 1974 Football – 1949-51 *YANCY PRICE ____________________ 1974 Football – 1930-33 *PARKER PROUTY__________________ 1992 Past President of the Red Raider Club *HERSCHEL RAMSEY ________________ 2010 Football – 1935-37 MONTAE REAGOR __________________ 2010 Football – 1995-98 JIM W. REED _____________________ 1967 Basketball – 1953-56 RON REEVES _____________________ 2007 Football – 1978-81 *CHARLES REYNOLDS _______________ 2005 Track – 1946-48 GABRIEL RIVERA __________________ 1993 Football – 1979-82 DON RIVES ______________________ 2006 Football – 1970-72 *POLK F. ROBISON _________________ 1976 Basketball -- 1932-34; Head Basketball Coach -- 1942-61; Athletics Director -- 1961-70; Finance/Development Officer – 1970-77 JASON SASSER ____________________ 2007 Basketball – 1993-96 TRACY SAUL _____________________ 2003 Football –1989-92 *WALTER SCHLINKMAN ______________ 1961 Football and Track -- 1942, 1944-45 *PRINCE SCOTT ___________________ 1986 Football – 1938-40 JOHN SCOVELL ____________________ 1981 Football – 1965-67 KAL SEGRIST _____________________ 1993 Baseball Head Coach – 1968-83 *JAMES SIDES ____________________ 2011 Football – 1952-55 *L. EDWIN SMITH __________________ 1965 Football – 1935-37; Athletics Council and RRC Official *DEAN W. L. STANGEL _______________ 1961 First Athletics Council Chairman -- 1925 JESS STILES ______________________ 1997 Assistant Football Coach 1969-77; Admin. – 1982-2011 SHERYL SWOOPES _________________ 2003 Basketball – 1991-93 KEN TALKINGTON __________________ 1973 Football – 1957-59 *ELMER TARBOX __________________ 1961 Football, Basketball, and Track – 1937-40

JEFF TAYLOR _____________________ 2007 Basketball – 1979-82 ZACH THOMAS ____________________ 2006 Football – 1992-95 ALICIA THOMPSON _________________ 2008 Basketball – 1995-98 CAROLYN THOMPSON _______________ 1997 Basketball – 1981-84 TRACY THOMPSON _________________ 2006 Women’s Golf – 1993-96 TYRONE THURMAN _________________ 2002 Football – 1985-88 ANDRE TILLMAN __________________ 1992 Football – 1971-73 BILLY JOE TOLLIVER_________________ 2002 Football – 1985-88 PHIL TUCKER _____________________ 1992 Football – 1965-67 BAKE TURNER ____________________ 2009 Football – 1959-61 JERRY TURNER____________________ 2009 Football – 1965-68 *JERRY WALKER ___________________ 1969 Football – 1952-55 *RANSOM WALKER _________________ 1961 Football, Basketball and Track – 1926-29 TONY WALTON ____________________ 2006 Track – 1989-92 *DeWITT WEAVER _________________ 1978 Athletics Director and Football Coach – 1951-60 *DIRK WEST _____________________ 1998 Cartoonist/Humorist, Creator of Raider Red *DIXIE WHITE ____________________ 1983 Football – 1937-39 ELMER WILSON ___________________ 1992 Football – 1951-54; Baseball – 1954-55 TOM WILSON_____________________ 1990 Football – 1963-65 *CHARLES WOOLDRIDGE _____________ 1964 Football and Track – 1928-30 SHANE WRIGHT ___________________ 2011 Baseball – 1997-99 * denotes deceased

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TEXAS TECH RING OF HONOR Texas Tech announced the creation of the Football Ring of Honor in June 2012. The Ring of Honor consists of an elite group of players and coaches that made outstanding contributions to Red Raider Football. Inductees have their names permanently etched on the west stadium building facing the playing surface inside Jones AT&T Stadium. Candidates for the Ring of Honor will be chosen and screened by an anonymous selection committee. Once the committee has determined a suitable candidate(s) for induction, the group will make a formal recommendation to the director of athletics. RING OF HONOR MEMBERS DONNY ANDERSON, RUNNING BACK, 1963-65 INDUCTED IN 2012 Nicknamed the “Golden Palomino” … one of three Red Raiders to have his jersey formally retired at Texas Tech … a 1989 inductee into the National Football Foundation’s College Football Hall of Fame … Consensus First-Team All-American in 1964 and 1965 … finished fourth in the Heisman Trophy voting in 1965 … Co-National Player of the Year in 1965 by The Sporting News … All-Southwest Conference selection in 1963, 1964 and 1965 ... first-round draft choice in both the AFL (Houston) and NFL (Green Bay) in 1965 … inducted into the Texas Tech Hall of Honor in 1978 … averaged 4.5 yards percarry during his three-year career as a running back and 39 yards per-punt as the team’s punter … holds the school record for the longest touchdown run (90 yards vs. TCU in 1964) .. ranks ninth all-time at Texas Tech in career rushing yards with 2,280 and eighth with 526 attempts … ranks second on the Texas Tech single-season all-purpose yards list with 2,107 in 1965 … played six seasons of professional football with the Green Bay Packers and four seasons with the St. Louis Cardinals. E.J. HOLUB, CENTER/LINEBACKER, 1958-60 INDUCTED IN 2012 Nicknamed “The Beast” … one of three Red Raiders to have his jersey formally retired at Texas Tech … Texas Tech’s first inductee into the National Football Foundation’s College Football Hall of Fame (1986) … First-Team All-American in 1959 and 1960 … finished 10th in the Heisman Trophy voting in 1960 … Texas Tech’s first All-Southwest Conference honoree in 1960 … named to the Street & Smith’s 50th Anniversary Team … selected to the play in the Coaches All-American Game, The Chicago Tribune All-Stars Game and the East-West Shrine Game … was a first-round draft pick by the AFL’s Dallas Texans and a second-round draft choice by the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys … inducted into the Texas Tech Hall of Honor in 1977 … was an AFL All-Star in 1961, 1962, 1964, 1965 and 1966 … is the only player in history to start two Super Bowls at two different positions (started Super Bowl I at linebacker and Super Bowl IV at center) … won a world championship with the Kansas City Chiefs in 1970 … inducted into the Kansas City Chiefs Hall of Honor in 1976 … played 10 seasons of professional football with the Dallas Texans (1961-1962) and the Kansas City Chiefs (1963-1970).

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DAVE PARKS, SPLIT END, 1961-63 INDUCTED IN 2012 One of three Red Raiders to have his jersey formally retired at Texas Tech … a 2008 inductee into the National Football Foundation’s College Football Hall of Fame … Consensus First-Team All-American in 1963 (Associated Press, Sporting News, Boston Recorder-American, Sports Extra, American Football Coaches, Time Magazine, Williamson Racing and Football Weekly) … All-Southwest Conference selection in 1962 and 1963 … Team MVP in 1962 and 1963 … top overall pick in the 1964 NFL Draft (San Francisco 49ers) and remains the only Red Raider chosen as the first pick in the draft … inducted into the Texas Tech Hall of Honor in 1990 … holds the Texas Tech school record for the longest interception return (98 yards vs. Colorado in 1962) … selected to play in the 1963 East-West Shrine Game, the 1964 Senior Bowl and the 1964 Coaches All-America Game … spent 10 seasons in the NFL with San Francisco (1964-67), New Orleans (1968-72) and Houston (1973).

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LETTERWINNERS --A-Abendschan, John, 1995-96 Abrigg, Peter, 1999-02 Acevedo, Gerardo, 2009-10 Adams, Bo, 1994-95 Adams, Cat, 1993-94 Adami, Tres, 1976-78 Adams, Kirby, 1991-92 Adams, William A., 1964-65, 67 Adams, Bill, 1977-79 Adkins, Gregg, 1975-77 Agan, John Alvin, 1963-65 Agoucha, Bobbie, 2010 Aguilar, Michael, 2010 Aldridge, Kerm, 1936 Aleman, Josh, 2005-06 Alexander, Antwan, 1997-00 Alexander, Chuck, 1981-83 Alexander, Moody, Mgr., 1952-54 Alford, Gene, 1925 Alford, Larry, 1967-68 Allamon, Kyle, 1996, 98-99 Allbright, W. T., 1940-42 Allcorm, R. V., 1955-56 Allen, Bobby, 1966-68 Allen, Charles, 1948-49 Allen, Curtis, 1930 Allen, Dennis, 1971-73 Allen, Peter, 1990-93 Allen, Scott, 1990-91 Allen, Willie, 1976 Allison, Jimmy, 1957 Allison, Rodney, 1975-77 Amaro, Jace, 2011Amendola, Danny, 2004-07 Amerson, Glen, 1958-60 Amonett, Randy, Mgr., 1974-75 Amonett, Thayne, 1940-41 Anderson, Donny, 1963-65 Anderson, Eddy, 1985-88 Anderson, L. Don, 1943 Anderson, Lamont, 1999-02 Anderson, Phil, 1982-83 Anderson, Robert, 1993-95 Anderson, Terry, 1975-77 Andre, David, Tr., 1980-82 Andrews, Dick, 1948-49 Andrews, John, 1947-48 Anthony, Alton, 1950 Anthony, Ben, 1932 Anthony, Don, 1950 Anthony, Steve, Mgr., 1982 Arbubakrr, Hasson, 1981-82 Ardoin, Ty, 1995-98 Arista, Danny, 1988 Arledge, Richard, 1975-77 Armour, Anthony, 1992-93, 95-96 Armstrong, Sonny, 1961-62 Arnold, Jim, 1967 Artebrun, E. F., 1950-51 WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

Austin, Don, 1940-42 Avent, John, 1965-67 Aycock, Greg, 2003-05 Aycock, Ryan, 2000-03 Ayers, Ross, 1930-32 Aylor, Scott, 1991-94 --B-Bachman, Thomas, 2002-03 Baer, Terry, 1978-81 Bailey, Michael, 2002-03 Bailey, Sam, 1976-78 Baillio, Loyce J., 1940-41 Bain, Tyrus, 1939-41 Baine, Michael, 1982 Bake, Dek, 2004, 06 Baker, Byron, 1993 Baker, Cody, 2005 Baker, Elva, 1931-33 Baker, John T., 1948-50 Baker, Kenny, 1965-67 Baker, Renie, 1980-81 Baker, Tim, 1997-00 Balch, Jerry Don, 1963-64 Bales, J.W., Mg., 1967 Balfanz, Ralph, 1937-38 Ballard, James, Mgr., 1974-75 Ballew, Jess Lee, 1942 Banks, Kenneth, 1990 Banks, Shawn, 1992-95 Barbee, Britton, 2007-09 Barber, Don, 1956-57 Barfoot, Clayton, 1936-37 Barginear, Wayne, 1964-65 Barker, Brian, 1992 Barksdale, David, 1986 Barlow, Joe, 1934-35 Barnard, Chas. F., 1937 Barnes, Joe, 1971-73 Barnes, Mike, 1975 Barnett, Bill, 1943 Barnett, Gene V., 1937-38 Barney, Phil, 1969-71 Barr, Aundrey, 2010Barrington, Paul, 1951-52 Barron, Mickey, 1958-59 Barron, Vernon, 1950-53 Bartee, Eric, 2001-02 Bartel, Gary, 1972-74 Barton, Brent, 1989-90 Barton, Raymond, 1932-33 Bass, Jeff, Tr., 1977-78 Bass, Sheldon, 1994, 96 Batch, Baron, 2006, 2008-10 Bates, Ricky, 1973-75 Baty, Gaines, 1970-72 Baugh, David Lynn, 1964-66 Baze, Winfred, 1934-35 Bean, Gerald, 1982, 1985 Bearden, Bob, 1965

Beauchamp, J. V., 1933-35 Beavers, Dusty, 1992-93 Beery, Charlie, 1973-74 Beicker, James, 1973 Bechtol, Hubert, 1943 Bell, Jerry, 1957-58 Bell, Leroy Benefield, Mike, 1996 Bennett, Jimmy, 1967-69 Bentley, Gene, 1956-58 Berlingeri, Angel, 1976 Bernwanger, Brian, 1971-73 Bergman, Kim, 1973-75 Best, Robert, 1969-71 Biggurs, Charlie, 1990-92 Bingham, Francis, 1939-41 Bingham, Park, 1972 Bird, Bront, 2007-10 Birdwell, John R., 1944 Birdwell, Russell, 1945-46 Birkholz, Chris, 1998-00 Bischof, Hans, 1978-80 Bischofberger, Brett, 2004-05 Bishop, Brian, 2004 Bishop, Ryan, 2001-04 Blackburn, W. E., 1925-27 Black, Clyde, 1944 Blackshear, Rodney, 1987-91 Blair, Roy, 1961 Blanda, Peter P., 1941 Blanton, Charlie, 1954-56 Bluntzer, Bob, 1952 Bloxom, Tom, 1974 Boatwright, Mark, Tr., 1981-82 Bolch, Bill, Mgr., 1972 Bomar, Jerry, 1974-75 Bonds, Doug, 1989 Bongo-Wanga, Loliki, 2002-03 Booe, Jackie, 1965-66, 68-69 Bostick, Thurman, 1937 Boswell, Roland, 1984-85 Bothwell, Bill, 1975-76 Bounds, Mark, 1991 Bowdre, David, 1983-84 Bowles, Don, Mgr., 1983-86 Bownds, Reagan, 1995, 97-99 Box, Sammy, Tr., 1977-80 Boyd, Marcus, 2000-03 Boyd, Russ, Tr., 1976-78 Boyer, Gary, 1952-54 Boysaw, Ricky, 1984-87 Bozeman, Randy, 1981-83 Bradshaw, Calvin, 2004 Bradshaw, R. D., 1952-55 Brandon, Vincent, 1991 Branson, Leland, Tr., 1982 Brawner, Judson, 1948-49 Brenner, Wich, 2000-03 Breuer, Lou, 1966-68 Brewer, Robert, 1943 Briggs, Derrick, 1998-00 Brinker, Brik, 2007-09

Brinkley, Sylvester, 2004-05 Brisco, Michael, 1989 Britton, Edward, 2006-09 Brixey, Jeryl L., 1985-86 Broadfoot, Hal R., 1954-56 Brock, Bryan, 1984 Brock, Jim, 1958-60 Brooks, Charles, 1952 Brooks, Donny, 1991-93 Brooks, Tyrone, 1993 Brosseau, Tom, 1972 Brothers, Buddy O., 1928-30 Broussard, Jamall, 2000 Brown, Dale, 1979, 1981, 1983 Brown, Darwin, 1996-98 Brown, David, 1950-52 Brown, Fred, 1943-47 Brown, James, C., 1937 Brown, Jody, 1993-96 Brown, Joe, 1966-68 Brown, Ross, 1948-49 Brown, Steve, Tr., 1970-72 Brown, Sylvester, 1974-76 Brown, Tony, 1990-91 Brown, Wm. L., 1939-40 Browning, David, 1969-71 Browning, James P., 1943 Browning, Jess L., 1935-36 Browning, Leslie, 1934-36 Broyles, Bobby, 1948-50 Bruce, Joe, 1954-55 Bryan, Bill, 1952-54 Bryan, Walter, 1953-54 Bryant, Dewayne, 1993 Bryant, George Marc, 1964-66 Bryant, Ted, Tr., 1980-82 Brydon, Jonathan, 2009-10 Bucy, Rusty, 1999-00 Buell, Harold, 1974-76 Bufkin, Costin, 1944-45 Buford, Maury, 1978-81 Bullitt, Terrance, 2010Bunton, Marcus, 2005-07 Buntyn, Bobby, 1993 Burchett, Brien, 1999 Burden, Greg, 1988-90 Burge, Landon, 2007 Burke, Bill, 1955 Burke, Paul, 1993 Burley, Ecomet, 1972-75 Burnett, Larry, 1972-73 Burns, Austin, 2006-09 Burns, Chris, 1986, 1988 Burns, George, 1976-77 Bush, Dartwan, 2010Bushong, Bruce, 1969-71 Butler, Eric, 1994, 95, 96, 97 Butler, Tony, 1967-68 Butts, Aubrey, 1933 Buzzard, Danny, 1981-84 Byers, Ronald, 1981-84 Byerly, Daylon, 1974

Byrd, Fred, 1935 Byrnes, Shawn, 2006-09 Byrun, Dean, 1960-62 --C-Cade, Brad, 1994-95 Caldwell, Jerry, 1984 Calhoun, Charlie, 1937-39 Callahan, J. R., 1941-42 Callaway, P. C., 1925-26 Callis, Andrew, 1997 Calvert, Denis Campbell, Cliff, 1974 Campbell, Chris, 1976-77 Campbell, Cody, 2001-04 Campbell, Dave, Mgr., 1979-81 Campbell, Doug, 1954-56 Campbell, John, Mgr., 1981-82 Campbell, Richard, 1966, 68-69 Cannon, Dempsey, 1935-36 Cannon, Douglas, 1961-62 Cappleman, Edgar, 1926-29 Capps, Gene, 1948-49 Caraway, Doyle, 1940-42 Carmichael, Jimmy, 1971-73 Carona, Donnie, 2008-11 Carpenter, Beau, 2011Carpenter, George, 1949-50 Carpenter, Hurley, 1925-28 Carr, Steve, 1989-92 Carrell, John, 1963-65 Carruth, Erik, 1996-98 Carter, Brandon, 2006-09 Carter, Carl, 1982-85 Carter, Charles, 1952 Carter, James, 1949-50 Carter, Jeff, 1988 Carter, John, 1992 Cartwright, Robby, 1996-98 Case, Harry, 1970-72 Caudle, Craig, 1980-82 Caughlin, Robert, 1977-78, 1980 Cavazos, Bobby, 1951-53 Cavazos, Dick, 1949-50 Cavazos, Sone, 1994-96 Cecil, James, 1964-65 Cecil, Toby, 2000-03 Chafin, Greg, 1981 Chambers, Sid, 1982-85 Chance, Andy, 1991 Chandler, Corey, 1994, 95-97 Chandler, Damian, 2001 Chandler, Freddie, 1973 Chapman, Miles, 1937 Charbonnet, Daniel, 2006-08 Charbonnet, Taylor, 2008-09 Chase, Joe, 1983, 1985 Cheatham, Earnest, 1974 Cheek, Harris, 1937-38 Chernosky, Maurice, 1936-37 Cherry, Randall, 2002-05 Chester, Alex, 2011-

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Crombie, Jeff, 1992 Crossley, Lewis, 1950-52 Crosson, Harold, 1941-42 Crow, M. J., 1942 Cudd, Warren, 1941-46 Culpepper, Will, 1997-00 Cumbie, Sonny, 2002-04 Cumby, Keith, 1996 Cummings, Billy, 1978-80 Cummings, L. M., 1978-80 Cummings, Ted, 1946 Cunningham, Wilbert, 1975-77 Curfman, Leonard, 1932-34 Curfman, Raymond, 1936-37 Curtis, Kevin, 1998-01 Curtis, Trey, 1991 --D-Dailey, Bill, 1925 Dale, Bouvier, 1985-87 Daniels, Charles, 1939 Daniels, H. L., 1961-63 Daniels, Tony, 1993-94, 96 Darden, Tony, 1994, 95-97 Darnell, Randy, 1981 Darr, Gene, 1965-67 Darr, Jewell, 1930 David, Robert, 1967 David, Stan, 1981-83 Davis, Cody, 2000-02 Davis, Cody, 2009Davis, Glenn, Tr., 1975-78 Davis, Greg, 1975-77 Davis, Hollis, 1951-52 Davis, Jon, 1992-94 Davis, Scott, 1982-85 David, William D., 1927-29 Dawson, Keyunta, 2003-06 Dawson, Wayne, 1982-84 Dees, Blake, 2011DeLagerheim, Mike, 1990 Dellinger, Floyd, 1957-58 DeLoatche, Darren, 1989 Dennison, Fussell, 1925 Denton, Jeff, 2002 DePasquale, John, 1998-00 Derryberry, Mike, 1987-89 DeWitt, Howard, 1926-28 Dewhurst, Brett, 2008-11 Dillion, Jack, 1943-45 Dixon, Charlie, 1955-57 Dixon, McKinner, 2005, 08 Dodd, Billy, 1939 Dodds, Ray Gene, 1948-49 Doege, Seth, 2009Doiron, Gary, 1968 Donahue, Ryan, 1993-96 Dooce, C. A., 1930 Dorris, Derek, 1997-00 Dorrough, Armon, 2002 Doss, Gene W., 1950 Douglas, Brandon, 2004-05

Douglas, Cornelius, 2009Douglas, Don, 1952-53 Douglass, Tom, 1939-41 Dove, Marc, 1969-71 Dowdy, Bruce, 1968-70 Dowell, G. C. (Mule), 1932-34 Doyle, Wells Thomas, 1963-64 Drye, Carrol, 1949-50 Dubiski, Brian, 1988-91 DuBose, Bill, 1988-90 DuBuc, Matt, 1993-96 Duckett, Adell, 2001-04 Dudley, David, 1974-75 Dudley, Don, 1943-44 Dudley, Norman, 1954-55 Duffie, Tim, 1996-99 Duke, Charles Duke, Richard H., 1951 Duncan, Brian, 2007-10 Duncan, Jesse Robert, 1939-41 Duncan, Leonard, 1978-80 Duncan, W. Doug Dunn, Shane, 1994-96 Duniven, Tommy, 1974-76 Dupre, Larry, 1976-77 Durden, Tony, 1984, 1986-87 Durham, Giorgio, 2011Durham, Jack, 1928-31 Duval, Charles, 1934-36 Duvall, Jason, 1988-91 Dvoracek, Charlie, 1939-41 Dyas, Harry, 1991 Dyer, Jim, 1968-70 Dyer, Tom, 1973-74 Dykes, Jimmy, 1954-55 --E-Earhart, Ralph, 1946-48 Earl, Don, 1978-80 Earnest, LaShon, 1994 Easterling, James, 1997-00 Eaton, Leric, 1989-90 Eddington, Clifton, 2005 Edgemon, Charles Edmonds, Freeman, 1929 Edrington, Walter, 1947 Edwards, Don, Mgr., 1977-79 Edwards, Jimmie Don, 1964-66 Edwards, Lonnie, 2008-11 Edwards, Pete, 1950-52 Edwards, Stan, 1965-67 Eguavoen, Sam, 2011Elam, Brad, 1990-93 Elbert, Jerry, 1960-62 Elder, Fletcher, 1952 Elliff, David, 1982-83 Elledge, Earl Ben, 1963 Elliott, John, 1987-88 Elliott, Lin, 1989-91 Elliott, Lynn, 1954-55 Elliott, Tommy, 1953-56 Ellis, Ferlis, 1986

Ellis, James Alvis, 1963-64 Elmore, Ken, 1951-53 Emerson, Alan, 1975-77 Emert, Blake, 2008, 2010 English, Pete, 1952 Erickson, Paul, 1999-01 Ervin, Adrian, 1995, 96, 97 Erwin, Paul, 1951-53 Erxleben, Ryan, 2009Escue, Tim, 1988 Estes, Pat, 1975 Ethridge, Richy, 1980-81 Eubanks, Darrell, 1954 Evans, Charles, 1967-69 Evans, Craig, 1967 Evans, James, 1942 Evans, Kindred, 2011Evans, Kirk, 1985-87 Evans, Ricky, 1973 Everett, Eric, 1984-87 --F-Farrar, Frank, 1950 Farris, Ervin, 1985-88 Farris, Pat, 1941 Farst, Mike, 1977 Fehoko, Sam, 2008-10 Feldt, Blake, 1980-82 Felton, Eric, 1975-77 Felux, Pat, 1973-75 Ferguson, Ronald, 1989-90 Fewin, Hugh, 1954-56 Fiebiger, Jerod, 1993-95 Field, Brady, 1992 Fielder, Ric, 1997-98 Fikes, Jay, 1954 Fikes, Ralph, 1925 Filani, Joel, 2003-06 Finau, Tomi, 2000 Fincannon, Mark, 1968-70 Fisher, Aaron, 2010Fite, Joe, 1995, 96, 97 Fitzgerald, Scott, 1991-94 Fitzhugh, L. W., 1952-53 Fitzpatrick, John, 1974 Flannel, Jared, 2008-11 Flowers, Larry, 1976-79 Flugence, Lawrence, 1999-02 Flushe, Raymond, 1938-39 Ford, Rocky, Mgr., 1986 Ford, Steve, 1981 Ford, Will, 2009-10 Fortner, Elmer, 1933-34 Foster, Dee, 1992-94 Foster, Robert, 1961-62 Foster, Tanner, 2010-11 Fowler, Clovis Fowler, Cory, 2006-08 Fox, Denton, 1967-69 France, Lawrence, 1930-31 Francis, Carlos, 2000-03 Franks, Jacoby, 2008-11

Fraser, George, 1959-61 Frasure, Jim, 1973-74 Frazier, Greg, 1976-77 Freeman, Claskel, 1992 Freeman, Roger, 1966-68 Frisbie, Duke, 1954-57 Fromm, Ulysses, 1925 Fulks, Walter, 1931 Fuller, Bob, 1964-65 Fuller, Cody, 2002-04 Fuller, Lance, 2005-08 Fung, Donald, 1951-52 Furgerson, Tom, 1971-73 --G-Gaines, Stephen, 1992-93 Gallington, Deveric, 2009Gandy, Dylan, 2001-04 Gann, Ricky, 1982-84 Garcia, Jesse, 1980-81 Garcia, Joe, 2004-07 Gardenhire, Tal, 1985 Gardner, John, 1972-74 Garland, Stoney, 1997 Garner, Bobby, 1948-50 Garnett, Isaac, 1985-88 Garrett, Luther Ray, 1963 Garrison, Jerry, 1960-62 Gatewood, Robin, 1981 Gaulding, Jacke, 1952 Geddie, Ralph, 1946-47 Gerlich, Bryan, 1988-91 Gesch, Mark, 1978-80 Gettys, Marshall, 1946-49 Giddens, Brian, 1997-00 Gilbert, Brad, 1939 Gilbert, Craig, Tr., 1972-73 Gilbert, Larry, 1965-67 Gilbreath, Byron, 1940-42 Giles, Jamie, 1978-80 Gill, Jamie, 1988-91 Gill, Kenneth, 1963-65 Gill, Roger, 1961-63 Gillespie, Campbell, Tr., 1979-80 Gilley, T. L., 1938-39 Gillenwater, E. W., 1942 Gilmoore, Braxton, 1933-34 Gimmell, James, 1945 Gladson, Charles, 1962-64 Glover, Nehemiah, 2001-04 Godeke, Harry F. Goff, Charles R., 1949 Golden, Gary, 1966-68 Graham, Charles R., 1963-65 Graham, Lonnie, 1954-56 Grammer, Kelly, 1980 Grane, Grady Grantham, Terry, 1974 Graves, Frank, 1950-51 Graves, Pearlie, 2010 Gray, Don, 1950, 1952-53 Gray, James, 1986-89 WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

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Chidozie, Dion, 2010 Christensen, Lennard, 2000-02 Christian, Daniel, 2004-05 Clark, Adrian, 1932-34 Clark, Jim, 1950 Clark, Kyle, 2011Clark, Tracey, 1992 Clecker, James, 1945 Clemmons, Jason, 1992-93 Cline, Bobby, 1957, 59-60 Close, Bobby, 1949-51 Close, Edgar, 1931 Cluff, Ron, 1982 Coats, Jack, 1942-46 Cobb, Daniel, 2010Cockburn, Jackie, 1948-52 Cockrell, Joe, 1983 Cockrum, Keith, 1996-99 Cole, Ansel, 1983, 1985 Cole, Curt, 1979-81, 1983 Cole, Floyd, 1957-58 Cole, Kevin, Mgr., 1984-87 Coleman, Hunter, 2005 Coleman, Marcus, 1992-95 Collier, Blake, 2006-07 Collingsworth, Justin, 1996-98 Collins, Chad, 1984 Collins, Jim, 1955 Cones, Tommy, 1972-74 Conley, James Bud, 1949-50 Cook, Cliff, 1972 Cook, Phil, 1950-51 Cooper, Eric, 2000 Cooper, Randy, Tr., 1974-76 Copeland, Jeff, 1977-79 Cordell, J. R., 1951-52 Corker, Shawn, 2011Corley, Davis, 1970-72 Corley, Vaughn, 1926-28 Corn, Roger, 1992-93 Cornelius, Samuel, 1963-64 Costas, Nick, 1973 Countryman, Stan, Tr., 1977-78 Cowan, Boyd, 1985-88 Cox, George, 1966-67 Cox, T. M., 1943-45 Crabtree, Michael, 2007-08 Craig, Stephen, 1993 Crain, Alton, 1992-94 Crawford, Aaron, 2007-11 Crawford, Bob, 1933 Crawford, Pat, 1948-49 Crawford, Tim, 1982-85 Crenshaw, Ray, 1947 Crews, George, 1952 Crews, J. J. Crider, Richard, 1954-55 Cripps, Keith, 1991 Crisp, Jamaal, 1998 Criswell, Marty, 1970 Crites, Harold, 1929-32 Crocker, Don, 1970

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LETTERWINNERS Continued Gray, Jonathan, 1997-99 Greaser, Jaret, 1995-98 Greathouse, Clinton, 2000-02 Green, Dick, 1929 Green, Pat, 1952-53 Green, Robert, 1948-49 Green, Tony, 1972, 1974-75 Greene, Wilmer, 1937-38 Greer, Toby, 1931-33 Gregory, Clinton, 1948-49 Greve, John, 1980-81 Grief, Ross, 1960 Griffin, Ben, 2004 Griffin, J.J., 2008 Griffis, Guy, 1964-66 Griffith, Randy, 1973 Grigg, Dicky, 1967-69 Grimes, Dennis, 1960-62 Grimes, Don, 1971-73 Grimes, Robert, 1985 Guerra, Jonthan, 2010-11 Gulley, J. L., 1947-48 Gurley, Dan, 1958-60 Guy, David, 1993 Guzick, Frank, 1936-38 --H-Hacker, James, 1961 Haddon, Robert, 1997-98 Hadnot, James, 1976-79 Hahn, Jamie, 1967-69 Hale, Billy, 1941-42 Hale, Ryan, 2006-09 Haliburton, Ryan, 2009 Hall, Brian, 1974-76 Hall, Gabe, 2005-06 Hall, Robert, 1990-93 Hall, Von, 1990 Hallmark, G. B., 1925 Hamby, Stephen, 2007-08 Hamill, Gene, 1951-52 Hamilton, Adrian, 2007 Hamilton, J.B. (Red), 1925 Hamilton, Larry, 1973-74 Hamm, William O., 1929 Hancock, Aaron, 1995 Haney, James, 1965-67 Hansen, Jayson, 1996, 97 Hanson, Joselio, 2001-02 Hanspard, Byron, 1994-96 Hardaway, Danny, 1969-70 Hardwick, Pat, Tr., 1977-79 Hardy, Jack, 1927 Hardey, Eugene, 1944-46 Hargrave, Larry, 1968-70 Harland, Claude, 1953-54 Harlien, Matt, 1979-80, 1982-83 Harmon, Clayton, 2001-02 Harmon, Phillip, 1938-39 Harmon, Steve, Tr., 1970-72 WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

Harrell, Graham, 2005-08 Harrelson, Mark, 1977-78 Harris, Craig, 1975-77 Harris, Denny, 1978-81 Harris, Don, 1952, 1955 Harris, Donald, 1987-88 Harris, Ely, 1931-33 Harris, Jamie, 1980-81 Harris, L. D., 1925-27 Harris, Leonard, 1981-83 Harris, Marion, 1932-34 Harris, Steven, 2007 Harrison, Joe T., 1949-50 Harrison, Scott, 1988 Hart, Donnie, 1995-98 Hart, Jim, 1979-80, 1982-83 Hartfield, Preston, 2001-02 Hartsfield, Pat, 1954-57 Harvey, Riley, 2009 Hasley, Don, 1990-92 Hastings, Brad, 1983-86 Hatch, Alan, 1976 Hatch, Tim, 1949-50 Hatchett, Jerry, 1980 Hatfield, Jesse, 1954-55 Haverty, Trey, 2001-04 Havili, Sione, 2003-04 Hawk, Rashad, 2008 Hawkins, Bobby Eugene, 1950 Hawkins, Ernest Ray, 1944, 46, 50 Hawkins, Joey, 2003-04 Hawkins, Jonathan, 1997-01 Haws, Hartsell, 1952 Hayden, Milburn, 1947-48 Haywood, Kenny, 1995 Hayhurst, Marlin, 1927 Haynes, Harlod, 1948 Hays, Bobby, 1943-44 Hazelwood, Mark, 1968-70 Head, Garland, 1941-42, 45-47 Heider, Matt, 1998-01 Hempel, Henry, 1928 Henderson, Bud, 1949 Henderson, Jim, 1956-58 Henderson, Keith, 1984-86 Henderson, Taurean, 2002-05 Henderson, Zac, 1946-49 Hendley, Jeff, 1978 Hendrix, Ed, 1993-95 Henington, Troy, 1986-89 Henkel, James R., 1964-66 Henley, Rajon, 2006-09 Hennig, Ray, 1973-75 Henry, Jack, 1956-57 Henry, Kenneth, 1925 Herchman, Bill, 1954-55 Hernandez, Jeremy, 1996-98 Herndon, Bev, 1961-62 Herr, Ronnie, 1952-56 Herring, Durwood, 1939

Herro, George, 1970-73 Hibler, Milton, 1970-71 Hicks, Brad, 2011 Hicks, Jarrett, 2003-06 Hightower, Wes, 1980-82 Hildebrandt, Kelly, 2006-07 Hill, Bruce, 1990-93 Hill, Buddy, 1953-57 Hill, Chad, 2004, 06-07 Hill, David, 1976-79 Hill, Harland, 1997 Hill, Jon, 1971 Hill, Lloyd, 1990-93 Hill, Milton, 1938-40 Hill, Norman, 1981-83 Hill, Volney, 1925-28 Hilligoss, Jack, 1948-49 Hilton, Hayes, 1952, 1954-55 Hines, Anthony, 2005-08 Hinson, Jack, 1945 Hitchcock, Matt, 1931-33 Hitzelberger, Bill, Mgr., 1972 Hix, Robert, 1948-50 Hobbs, Rod, 1994-95 Hodges, Cody, 2002-05 Hodges, J. Clarence, 1928-30 Hodges, Gerald, 1960 Hodges, Slade, 2003-05 Hodson, King, 1990 Hoefer, Landon, 2006-08 Hoffman, Steve, 1991-92 Holcomb, Bill, 1934-36 Holladay, Mike, 1967-69 Holland, Jay, 2002-03 Holley, Don, 1954 Holley, John, Mgr., 1979-82 Holmes, Bob, 1937-38 Holmes, Pat, 1959-61 Holub, E. J., 1958-60 Hood, Floyd, 1956-57 Hooper, Byron, 1989-91 Hooper, Tony, 1992 Hoskins, Cliff, 1972-75 Houston, Catron, 2005 Howard, Daniel, 2007-09 Howard, E. Shester, 1963-65 Howard, John, 1968-69 Howard, Julius, 2007-10 Howard, Paul, 1999 Howard, Ray, 1951-54, 1956 Howard, Thomas, 1974-76 Howell, Harlan, 1930 Hoyle, Andy, 1969-71 Hrncir, Pat, 1982-83 Hubert, Cqulin, 2010-11 Hudler, Chris, 2003-06 Hudson, Doug, 1954-55 Hudson, Hal, 1963, 1965-66 Huffman, Antonio, 2003-06 Hughes, Chris, 1995 Hughes, Van, 1979, 1981 Hulme, Jeff, 1989-91

Humphrey, Jim, 1946 Hunnicutt, Mike, 1991-93 Hunt, Aaron, 1999-02 Hunt, Bobby, L., 1951-54 Hunt, Coolidge, 1960-62 Hunt, Gene, Mgr., 1979-80 Hunter, Rickey, 1997-00 Hunter, Victor, 2007-09 Hurd, Shawn, 1992-95 Hurley, Joe Ray, 1964-66 Hurst, Harold, 1970-71 Hurst, Jessie, 1986-89 Hurt, Howard, 1953-55 Hutchins, E. J., 1949 Hutchison, Anthony, 1979-82 Hyder, Kerry, 2010--I-Irons, Dan, 1975-77 Irons, Ed, 1940-42 Isaac, Larry, 1973-76 Ingram, Dicky, 1970 Ingram, Russell, 1970-72 --J-Jackson, Artis, 1984-87 Jackson, Charles, 1984-85 Jackson, Dee, 1997-00 Jackson, Earl, 1949-59 Jackson, Hugh, 1950 Jackson, Jamaal, 2003-04 Jackson, Jiggs, 1944-45 Jackson, Kevin, 1990-91 Jackson, Leete, 1946-47 Jackson, Mark, 1979-80 Jackson, Mike, 1979-81 Jackson, Peter R., 1949-50 Jackson, Shawn, 1991-93 James, Adam, 2008-11 Janes, Norman, 1952-55 Janke, Albert, 1974 Jansen, J.P., 1999 January, Glenn, 1974 January, Glenn Jr., 2003-06 Jasin, P.J., 1996 Jay, Jimmy, 1941-42 Jennings, Leslie, 1926-27 Jeffers, Harrison, 2009-10 Jiles, Dwayne, 1980-81, 1983-84 Jobe, Jeff, 1972-74 Jobe, Taylor, 2003 Joeckel, David, 1979-82 Johnson, Anthony, 1983-84 Johnson, Byron, 2000-03 Johnson, C.J., 2000-01 Johnson, Chad, 2003-04 Johnson, Dane, 1994-97 Johnson, D.J., 2009Johnson, Elbert, 1948-50 Johnson, Jake, 2007-08 Johnson, James, 1984-86 Johnson, Jerry, 1951-54

Johnson, Mark, 1977-79 Johnson, Marquis, 2004-05 Johnson, Michael, 1984-87 Johnson, Robert, 1993-96 Johnson, Robert, 2005-06 Johnson, Rufus, 1983 Johnson, Sean, 1993-95 Johnson, Willie, 1981-82 Joiner, Robby, 1992-93 Joines, Jimmy, 1954 Jones, Brandon, 2003-06 Jones, Brian, 2005, 07 Jones, Calvin, 1972-74 Jones, Casey, 1994-96 Jones, Darrell, 1998-01 Jones, Everett, 1952 Jones, Forrest, 1938-39 Jones, Jason, 1996, 98 Jones, John P., 1950-52 Jones, Larry, 1961-62 Jones, Leonard, 1984-86 Jones, Lewis, 1935-37 Jones, Louis, 1973-74, 1976 Jones, Philip, 2006 Jones, Richard, 2006-09 Jones, Roger, 1978-80 Jones, Ryan, 1994-96 Jones, Sam Cleman, 1933-35 Jones, Scott, 1995 Jordan, Curtis, 1973-75 Jordan, Trent, 1966 Joseph, Johnson, 1995 Julian, Mark, 1976-77 Junell, Robert, 1967-68 --K-Kacal, Kenny, 1997-98 Karam, Jacob, 2010-11 Katrola, Alvin, 1926-29 Kattner, Ken, 1968-69 Kaufman, Ben, 1993-96 Kautz, Karl, 1954-55 Keck, Casey, 2000-03 Keeney, Floyd, 1973-74 Keeney, Mike, 1977 Keesee, Aaron, 1984-86 Kegans, Bryan, 2002-05 Keith, Jeff, 1984-87 Kelley, Billy R., 1945-48 Kelley, Blake, 2009-10 Kelly, Don, 1976-78 Kempf, Rick, 1980 Kennard, Marcus, 2011Kennedy, Gary, 1971 Kenney, Chris, 1992 Kensing, Tracy, 1978-80 Keown, Justin, 2007-11 Kerns, Dane, 1978-80 Kent, Willie, 1973 Kight, Lance, Mgr., 1975-77 Knighton, Chris, 2010 Kilcullen, Bob, 1953-56

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Kimbrough, Jesse, 1981-83 King, Don, 1966-68 King, Robert, 1992-93 King, Wendell, 1954 Kingsbury, Kliff, 1999-02 Kinney, Mike, 1990 Kinsey, Mike, 1982-85 Kirk, Ronnie, Tr., 1980-82 Kirkpatrick, Ben, 1989-92 Kirkpatrick, Jack, 1952-55 Kittle, Eddie, 1985-88 Kleinert, John, 1969-71 Klinger, John, 1975-76 Knaus, David, 1972-74 Knight, Pat, 1965-67 Knighton, Chris, 2011 Knowles, Jeff, 1993-94 Knowles, Sid, 1928-29 Knox, Jimmy, 1957-58 Kocurek, Kris, 1997-00 Koester, Ed, 1976 Kolbye, Kevin, 1978-80 Krahl, Jimmy, 1975-77 Kummer, Kenneth, 1952-55 Kuykendall, David, 1973-76 Kyzar, Bobby, 1954-55

--M-McAfee, Dudley, 1987, 1989 McAuley, Jay, 1981-84 McBath, Darcel, 2005-08 McBride, Joe, 1987-88 McBride, Mike, 1984-87 McCain, Aubrey, 1971-73 McCanies, Gene, 1948-49 McCann, Ivory, 2001-02 McClellan, J. C., 1948 McClendon, Paul, 1998-01 McCorkle, Andre, 2009-10 McCormick, Matt, 2000-01 McCowan, Jeff, 1979-80, 82-83 McCoy, Zeno, 1999-00 McCright, Gary, 1975-77 McCullar, Kevin, 1996-98 McCurry, Dorrell, 1946-48 McCurry, Lonnie, 1938-40 McCutchen, Doug, 1970-72 McCutchen, Shae, 1999 McDaniel, Terry, 2009McDermand, Wayne, 1968-70 McDowell, Anthony, 1988, 91 McElroy, D. M., 1932-34 McEntire, Charles, 1960-62 McFadden, Steven, 1997-98 McFarland, David, 1988-90

McGill, Jamequinlon, 2005 McGinnis, Gathan, 2000-03 McGowen, James, 1984-85, 87 McGuire, Clay, 2001-04 McGuire, Cody, 1994-97 McGuire, Monte, 1984, 1986 McHenry, Metrick, 1993 McIntire, Jim, 1981-84 McKeever, Ed, 1932-34 McKenzie, Malcolm, 1994-97 McKinley, Verone, 1992-95 McKinney, Doug, 1982-85 McKinney, Jeff, 1977-80 McKinney, Rodney, 2001-02 McKnight, E. J., 1938-40 McKnight, Maxey, 1941-42, 46 McLelland, Bill, 1963 McMeans, Joe, 1981-84 McPherson, Bill, 1952 McRoy, Ben, 2010McSwane, Douglas, 1945, 48-50 McWhorter, Terry, 1964-66 McWilliams, W. D., 1929-30 Mack, Johnnie, 2003-04 Mackey, Leon, 2011Madison, Wm. C., 1949-52 Mahan, Richard, 1960-62 Mahler, J. B., 1948 Mahoney, Greg, 1976-77 Maisel, Harland, 1982-83 Majondo-Mwamba, Patrice, 2003-04

Malbrough, Anthony, 1997-99 Mallery, Marc, 1985 Malone, Bill Price, 1962-64 Maloney, Walter, 1947-48 Maltby, Jay, 1930 Mancillas, Bingo, 1990-93 Manyweather, Anthony, 1989-90 Marek, Jodie, 1938 Marquez, Bradley, 2011Maroney, Rusty, 1978-80 Marr, Paul, 1928 Marshall, Donald, 1990-93 Martin, Dan, 1998-99 Martin, Jimmy, 1948 Martin, Larry, 1977-79 Martin, Malcolm, 1932-33 Martin, Mitchell, 1990 Martin, Ralph, 1953-54 Martinez, Homer, Mgr., 1979-81 Marusak, Dean, 1985-88 Mashburn, Josh, 1996 Massey, Barton, 1951-53, 1956 Mathiasmeier, Tom, 1987-89 Mathis, Larry, 1984-85 Matulich, Joe, 1967-69 May, David, 1968-70 May, Jason, 1999-01 May, Ralph, 1949 Mays, Derrick, 2010Medin, Wayne, 1954 Meeks, Vincent, 2002-05

Melcher, Monty, 1986-87 Mellott, David, 1974-76 Melton, Buster, 1943 Mercer, Ronnie, 1969 Merrell, Cecil, 1935 Merritt, Mickey, 1965-66 Meyers, Robert, 1959-60 Midkiff, Bo, Tr., 1979-81 Milam, Jeremy, 2000-02 Mileur, Travis, 1976-78 Miller, B. H., 1925 Miller, Danny, Tr., 1979-81 Miller, Greg, 1981 Miller, Mike, Mgr., 1972-74 Miller, Tony, 1992-93 Milliken, Kenneth, 1960-62 Millsapps, Jerry, 1952 Mitcham, Raymond, 1953-55 Mitchell, Derrell, 1992-93 Mitchell, Jack, Tr., 1974-76 Mitchell, Kelly, 1961-62 Mitchell, Roland, 1983-86 Mitchell, Stacy, 1994-96 Mitchem, Franklin, 2008-10 Mock, Mike, 1975-77 Moffett, Milton, 1930-32 Mohon, Jere Don, 1958-60 Molinare, Larry, 1969-71 Monaco, Eddie, 1977-79 Monroe, Bill, 1974 Monroe, Gary, 1972-74 Monroe, Robert, 1998 Montgomery, Tom E., 1944 Mooney, Bob, 1968-70 Mooney, Ed, 1966-67 Moore, Chad, 1954 Moore, Charles, 1955-57 Moore, Danny, 1991 Moore, Darrin, 2010Moore, Joe, 1952-53 Moore, LaRon, 2007-10 Moore, Lee, 1990 Moore, Mike, 1991-93 Morgan, William, Tr., 1985-88 Morren, Perry, 1982-84 Morris, Byron, 1991-93 Morris, Eric, 2005-08 Morris, G. B., 1933-34 Morris, Gale, 1952 Morris, Michael, 1978 Morris, Sammy, 1999 Mosley, Henry, 1937 Mosley, James, 1971-73 Mosley, James, 1985-88 Moss, Ted, 1946 Moughon, John, 1948, 50-52 Moyers, R. W., 1945-46 Moylan, Jim, 1966-68 Mueller, Sid, 1971 Mullins, Larry, 1959-61 Munlin, Foy, 2000-02 Murphy, A. B., 1936-38

Murphy, Henry, 1930 Murphy, Jason, 1991 Murphy, Ross, 1974 Myers, Rufus, 1973-75 Myles, Byron, 1992-93 --N-Nabors, Rafe, 1939-40 Nabors, Roland, 1946-47 Napper, Charles, 1969-71 Nash, David, 1983-84 Naughton, Chris, 1989-90 Naziruddin, Khalid, 2004-05 Neas, Mark, 1990 Neboh, Eugene, 2010Neill, Jim, 1936 Neill, David, 2008-11 Nelson, Brian, 1975-78 Nelson, Minor, 1953-56 Nesbitt, Roger, 1957-58 Newby, Hi, Mgr., 1981 Newsome, Edwin, 1978-79 Newton, Tom, 1969-70 Nichol, David, 1999 Nichols, Murry, 1931 Nichols, Steve, Mgr., 1977 Nichols, Walker, 1933-35 Nickerson, Brent, 2006-09 Nickerson, Trent, 2009 Nicklaus, Winfield, 1925-27 Nicolle, Mike, 1971 Nitschmann, Seth, 2003-04, 06 Nixon, Freddie, 1989 Nixon, Jamie, 1986 Nixon, Walter, 1929 Norman, Joe, 2000-02 Norman, John, 1997-00 Norman, Tim, 2002-03 Northam, M. C., 1954-57 Norse, Cecil, 1944-46 Norwood, Pete, 1967-69 --O-O’Block, Buckley, 1991 O’Brien, Mike, 1971 O’Connor, Robert, 1939-40 O’Grady, Bill, 1949-51 Odiorne, Charles, 1986-89 Odom, James, 1952-54 Odom, Johnny, 1969-71 Okafor, Mickey, 2008-11 Olbert, Mark, 1978-80 Oliver, Barney, 1967-69 Olomua, Bristol, 2004-05 Olson, Chris, 2007-10 Olson, Randy, 1972-74 Ontiveros, Omar, 2011Ori, Chris, 1992-94 Orms, Kevin, 1967-69 Orr, Don, 1944, 1946-48 Orr, Tim, 1977 Osunde, Happiness, 2011WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

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--L-Labaj, Stance, 1991-92 LaCour, Jonathan, 2007-08, 2010 Lambert, Bobbie, 1952-53 Lambert, Bryan, 1982-83 Lambert, Gregg, 1980-82 LaMaster, Cyrus, 1933 Lancaster, Randy, 1972 Lane, Dennis, 1967-69 Lang, Jerome, 1993, 1995 Langford, George, 1929-31 Langehennig, Miles, 1969-71 Langley, Donald, 2010-2011 Lassiter, J. H., 1962 Latch, Leonard, 1937-38 Lautenslager, John, Mgr., 1974-76 Lavender, Jayson, 1993-94 Law, Dan, 1955-57 Lawhorn, Floyd, 1944-47 Lawson, Homer, 1944 Lawson, Steve, 1972 Lawson, Ted, 1969 Lawton, Billy, Tr., 1987 Ledbetter, Newman, 1940-41 Lee, Bryan, 1984-87 Lee, Nick, 1995-96, 98 LeFleur, Greg, Mgr., 1982-84 Leinert, Mike, 1965-67 Lemons, Devin, 1997-00 Leonard, Renaldo, 1990 Leong, Lyle, 2007-10 Lerma, Carlos, 1957 Lethridge, Zebbie, 1994-97 Levens, Randy, 1973 Lewis, Detron, 2007-10

Lewis, Don, 1951-53 Lewis, Glenn, 1944, 1946-48 Lewis, Howie, 1977, 1979 Lewis, Kobey, 2006-07 Lewis, Robert, 1981-84 Lewis, SirDon, 2002-05 Lillis, Steve, Tr., 1981-82 Linder, Ty, 2006-07 Lindsey, G. B., 1948 Linne, Alton, 1950-52 Liscio, Mike, 1989-92 Lloyd, Dave, 1955 Lockhart, Jesse, 1927 Loper, Daniel, 2001-04 Lorenz, Larry, 1988 Lott, Charles, 1988-89 Lovelace, Jerry L., 1964-66 Lovelace, Johnny, 1960-62 Lovelace, Leon, 1966-68 Lowe, Andy, 1971 Lowe, Glenn, 1939-41 Lowery, Floyd, 1967 Lowery, V. Leo, 1963-64 Lowrance, Greg, 1969-71, Trainer Lowrey, Curtis, 1997-99 Lucas, Tom, 1952 Lupar, Carlton, 1933 Lusk, Tommy, 1973-75 Lyckman, Boyd, Mgr., 1972-74 Lyman, Bill, 1948-49 Lynch, Terry, 1986-88 Lynn, Anthony, 1988-91 Lyons, Harold, 1970-72

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LETTERWINNERS Continued Ottmers, Frank, 1945, 1947-48 Overton, Elbert, 1938-39 Owen, Truitt, 1931-32 Owens, Alton L., 1934-36 Owens, Pete, 1935-37 --P-Pace, Marc, 1974 Pace, Tom, 1959-60 Pack, Ronnie, 1964-66 Page, Josh, 1999-02 Page, Randy, 1978 Paige, Anton, 2001-02 Parker, Chris, 2004-07 Parker, Jeff, Tr., 1979-81 Parks, David W., 1961-63 Parson, Ricky, Mgr., 1977, 79-80 Patricio, Anthony, 1997-99 Patterson, Leo, 1939 Patterson, Mike, 1966-68 Patterson, Mike, 1976-78 Pattison, Freddie, 1973 Patton, Cody, 1995-98 Patton, Terry, 1997-99 Payne, Ameral, 1926, 29-30 Peak, Tahrick, 2010 Pearce, Herb, 1981 Pennington, Van, 1952 Peppers, Anthony, Tr., 1977-78, 80 Perkins, Bruce, 1984-87 Perkins, Ken, 1969-71 Perry, Charles, 1985, 87-89 Perry, Chris, 2008-11 Perry, Fred, 1968 Perry, Richard, 1964 Perryman, Bill, 1954 Person, James, 1979-80 Peters, Mickey, 2000-03 Peters, Rob, 1996-99 Peterson, Alfred Petrich, Stacey, 1990-93 Petty, Fred, 1990-91 Phelps, Brad, 1989-91 Phelps, Todd, 1984 Philbrick, George, 1936-38 Phillips, Aubrey, 1949-51 Phillips, Jarvis, 2010Phillips, R. B., 1948-49 Pickett, Jeff, 1987 Pieper, Robert, Tr., 1981-82 Pier, C. M., 1978-81 Pierce, Raymond, 2002 Pinson, Rex, 1948, 1950 Pipes, Wayne, 1940 Pirtle, Dick, 1948-50 Pirtle, Robert T. Pirtle, Tom, 1943 Pitts, Dorian, 1997-00 Pitts, John, 1989-92 Pogue, Mack, 1954-58 WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

Polk, James, 2011Polk, Russell, 2011 Polson, Dick, 1959-61 Porter, John, 1963-65 Porter, Keith, 1981 Porter, Tre’, 2010Potter, Zac, 1997 Potts, Taylor, 2007-10 Poulter, Lee, 1974 Pratt, Darnell, 1988 Price, Bill, 1954 Price, Duane, 1995, 96, 97 Price, Jerrell, 1948-51 Price, Travis, 1985-86, 1988-89 Price, Yancy, 1931-33 Priddy, Marion L., 1932-34 Prim, John, 1934 Pruitt, Jesse, 1965 Puckett, Steve, 1974 Pugh, Jay, 1994-97 Pullings, Tony, 1981-82 Pursel, Dan, 1947-49 Pynes, Ronny, 1973 --Q-Quick, Brent, Tr., 1975-76 Quinney, Johnny, 1977-79 --R-Radney, Beau, 2000-01 Ramey, Mike, 1982-83 Ramirez, Manuel, 2003-06 Ramirez, Selso, 1973-75 Ramsey, George, 1993-95 Ramsey, Eural, 1949-50 Ramsey, Herschel, 1935-37 Randle, Tate, 1978-81 Rangel, Josh, 2002-04 Rankin, David, 1961-63 Rankin, Tuey, 1989 Rankin, Walter, 1938 Rasberry, Rashon, 2000-01 Rathbone, Milton, 1949 Ratliff, Jake, 2005-08 Rattan, Jason, 1989-90 Rawls, Taurance, 2004-05 Ray, Vernon, 1942-46 Read, Charles, 1943 Reagor, Bart, 1984-87 Reagor, Montae, 1995-98 Rebold, Dale, 1969-71 Reed, Andy, 1965, 1967-68 Reed, Benjie, 1971 Reed, Bruce, 1925-28 Reed, Curtis, 1975-78 Reed, Danny, 1973 Reed, James R., 1942, 1946 Reed, Justin, 1998-01 Reed, L.A., 2005-08

Reed, Rylan, 2005-08 Reeger, Ronnie, 1962-64 Reese, Adrian, 2006-07 Reeves, Ron, 1978-81 Reinhart, Steve, Mgr., 1985-88 Renda, Rudy, 1997-99 Reneau, John, Tr., 1982 Renfroe, Clay, 1980-83 Reyes, Alex, 2003-06 Reynolds, C., Tr., 1946-48 Reynolds, Doyle, 1954-55 Reynolds, Jerry, 1973 Rhoads, Ronnie, 1966-68 Rhodes, Quinton, 1988-90 Ribble, Marland, 1950-52 Rice, Ronnie, 1957-59 Richards, Jackson, 2011Richards, Rex, 1999-02 Richardson, Jesse, 1968-70 Richardson, Pete, 2006-07 Richburg, Aubrey, 1983-86 Richburg, Nathan, 1986-89 Ricketts, Billy, 1953-54 Riddle, John, 1956-58 Riggs, Calvin, 1983-86 Riley, Sandy, 2006-00 Rinaldi, Peter, 1951-52 Ritter, William, 1992-94 Rivera, Gabriel, 1979-82 Rivera, Robert, 1992, 1994 Rives, Donald, 1970-72 Roark, Rusty, 1982-84 Robbins, Kenneth, 1941-42 Roberson, Brian, 1997-98 Roberson, James, 1948-49 Roberts, Cole, 1997-01 Roberts, Don, 1974-76 Roberts, John, 1957-58 Roberts, Shane, 1998 Roberts, Teddy, 1963-64 Robertson, Clint, 1996 Robertson, Pete, 2011Robinson, Charlie, 1999 Robinson, Dale, 1958-60 Robinson, John, 1995-98 Robinson, Quintin, 1970-72 Robnett, Wm. Ed, 1945-46 Rodgers, K.H., 1948-49 Rodgers, Paul, 1978, 1981 Rodriguez, Jon, 2001-02 Rogers, Mickey, Tr., 1985-88 Rogers, Neil W., 1949-50 Rogers, Pat, 1971 Rogers, Thomas E., 1942-44 Rogers, Tony, 1994, 95, 96, 97 Rollins, Brian, 1986-87 Roman, Gary, 1965 Rose, Dee, 1948-49 Rose, Don, 1958-60 Rose, Mark, 1975-77 Roselius, Dale, 1956-58 Rosen, Mike, 1955

Rosenbaum, Scott, Tr., 1975-77 Rosiles, Eric, 1999-00 Ross, Michael, 1984 Ross, Richard, 1989-90 Ross, Ronald, 1999-01 Ross, Ronnie, 1969-71 Rothblatt, Mark, 1984 Routh, Hudson, 1950 Rowe, Charles, 1987-90 Rowland, John, 1952 Rowland, Jordy, 2007-08 Rowland, Ryan, 2006 Royal, Desmond, 1985-88 Rucker, Taurus, 1996-99 Ruff, Matt, Mgr., 1977-78 Rumph, Lawrence, 2010 Ryan, Jerry, 1969-71 Ryan, Tom, 1971-73 Ryden, Todd, 1984-87 Ryno, R. D., 1954-55 --S-Saenz, Arcadio, 1988-89 Sailor, Ricky, 2001-02 Saldi, John, 2002-05 Salley, Richard, 1975 Samford, Ronnie, 1971-73 Sammons, Herbert, 1948-49 Sampson, Jeff, Mgr., 1979-81 Sanders, Deshon, 2009 Sanders, Jerry Don, 1967-69 Sanders, Kyle, 1998-00 Sanders, Ricky, 1979-82 Saul, Tracy, 1989-92 Savage, Reggie, 1998-00 Sawyer, Tom, 1966, 1968-69 Scarborough, Reg, 1962-64 Scarborough, Terry, 1965-66 Schaefer, David, 2005-07 Schaffner, Tim, 1970-72 Scherler, Lynn, 1994-96 Schilhab, Dickie, 1971 Schlinkman, Walter, 1942, 44-45 Schmidt, Don, 1954-56 Schmidt, Wesley, 1974-75 Schneider, Bill, Tr., 1979-81 Schrader, Bruce, Tr., 1982-84 Schuglen, Bob, 1954-55 Schwertner, Danny, 1985-86 Scurlark, Merv, 1984-86, 1988 Scott, Ken, 2003-06 Scott, Prince, 1938-40 Scovell, Dupree, 2001-03 Scovell, Field, 1994-96 Scovell, John, 1965-67 Scovell, King, 1998-01 Seals, Ronnie, 1992-93 Sears, Mike, 1974-76 Sears, Shane, 1987-90 Seat, Gary, 1966-67 Seay, Mike, 1959-60 Seeman, Gerald, 1957-58

Segrist, Scott, 1985-88 Selfridge, Gary, 1957-59 Selmon, Thomas, 1984 Sesay, Brandon, 2008 Session, Fletcher, 2003-06 Shafer, Chris, 1987-88 Shaha, Bill, 1961-63 Shahan, Arthur, 1944-45 Shain, Toby, 1999-01 Shanks, Ed. Jr., 1940-41 Sharpe, Brandon, 2008-09 Sharpley, Bill, 1948-50 Shawver, Tommy, 1954-55 Shearer, Calen, 2005-06 Sheffield, Louis, 1988-91 Sheffield, Steven, 2007-10 Shields, Keith, 1993 Shepars, Ernie, 1970 Sherry, Tommy, 1954-55 Shipley, Jerry, 1964-65 Shipley, Kyle, 1996-99 Shuler, Allen, 1960-62 Shuler, Gary, 1971-72 Shussler, Fred, 1974-75 Sides, James, 1952-55 Simmons, Clifford, 1929-30 Simmons, Delvon, 2011Simmons, Jamie, 1986-89 Simmons, King, 1984-85 Simpson, Charles, 1983-84 Singley, Tim, 1985-87 Slaughter, Brent, 2003-06 Slay, Dwayne, 2004-05 Smetona, Ian, 2003-05 Smith, Carl, 1946 Smith, David, 1980-81 Smith, Doug, 1965 Smith, Edwin, 1935-37 Smith, Eugene, 1925-26 Smith, George, 1972-73 Smith, Jabari, 2003-04 Smith, Jesse, 1984-86 Smith, Joe H., 1942, 46-47 Smith, Mike, 2001-04 Smith, Roderick, 1982-83 Smith, Roger, 1940-41, 46 Smith, Scott, 2010-11 Smith, Timmy, 1983-84, 86 Smith, Troy, 1981-84 Smith, Wayne, Mgr., 1952-54 Smitherman, George, 1978-80, 81 Smitherman, Jesse, 2010-11 Snodgrass, Bill Jo, 1944 Solis, Oscar, 1996-99 Sollis, L. J., 1932-33 Sonier, Tyrone, 2008-11 Sowden, Bob, Mgr., 1971-72 Sowell, Ronnie, 1967-68 Spears, Lewis, 1936 Speer, Randy, 1963-66 Spinks, Brad, 1993-96 Spinks, Jack, 1954-55

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Spinks, Rick, 1952-54 Spooner, Victor, 1952-54 Spraggins, Harold, 1952-53 Sprague, Gerald, 1938 Sprinkles, Kevin, 1986-89 Sprouse, J.T., 1996 Stafford, Bob, 1957-58 Stafford, Dick, 1959-60 Stafford, Richard, 1960-61 Stahmer, Joe, 1994-97 Stallings, Bill, 1948 Standefer, Mike, 1981 Standifer, Dick, 1942, 1946 Starr, Larry, 1992-93 Steamer, Jervis, 1989 Stephens Jr., Eric, 2009Stephens, Willie, 1976-79 Sternes, Kenneth, 1981-82, 1984 Stevens, Charles, Tr., 1979-81 Stevens, Roy, 1926 Steveson, Calvin G., 1947-49 Stewart, Charles, 1968-70 Stewart, Jackie, 1967-68 Stewart, Wayne, Tr., 1972 Stickles, David, 1985-87 Still, Charles A., 1934 Stinnett, Anthony, 1990-91 Stinson, Lemuel, 1984-85, 1987 Stockton, Jerry, 1957-58 Stoffels, Clint, 2007-08 Stone, Nathan, 2007-09 Stone, Tim, 1956-57 Storrs, C.L., 1939-40 Stratton, Brock, 2003-06 Streater, Doug, 1977 Strong, Ryan, 1988 Stumbo, Allen, 1965-66 Struver, Ike, 1948, 1950 Strickland, Ed, 1957, 1959-60 Sullivan, Carroll, 1968 Swafford, Nancy, Tr., 1985-88 Swann, Alan, 1978 Swift, Calvin, 1929 Swindall, Tramain, 2008-11 Symons, B.J., 2001-03

--V-Van Loozen, Steve, 1971-73 Vance, Dennis, 1982-84 Vakey, Ken, 1955-57 Vasquez, Jim, 1987-88 Vasquez, Louis, 2005-08 Vation, LaShawn, 2007 Vaughn, Milton, 1957-58 Veals, Dennis, 1979 Verden, Jim, 1978-80 Vermillion, E. B., 1927 Vest, Sawyer, 2011 Vinyard, Kenny, 1966-68 Vinzant, Dennis, 1926, 1928-29 --W-Waddle, LaAdrian, 2009Wade, Lane, 1968-70 Wade, Myles, 2009-10 Wakefield, Carl, 1983 Waldrep, Joseph H., 1937-39 Walker, Cody, 1994 Walker, Daryl, 1987 Walker, Grant, 2006-07 Walker, Harry, 1943 Walker, Jerry, 1952-55 Walker, Jim Walker, Kevin, 1988 Walker, Levi, 1927-28 Walker, Ransom, 1925-28 Walker, Sammy, 1988-90 Walker, Todd, 1994-95 Walker, Todd, 2005-06, 08 Walker, Wayne, 1985-88 Walker, Wilson, 1935 Wall, Jamar, 2006-09 Wall, Stoney Wallace, Allen, 1995 Wallace, Chris, 2009 Wallace, Kenneth, 1971-73 Waller, Arlan, 2010 Waller, J. D., 1928-30 Walsh, Charles, 1945 Walstad, Joe, 1976-79 Walter, Joe, 1981-84 Walter, Ken, 1977-79 Ward, Dan’Tay, 2006 Ward, Eric, 2010Ward, Kevin, 1995-96 Warren, Fred, 1967-68 Warren, Gary, 1985-87 Washington, DeAndre, 2011Washington, Lewis, 1978-81 Washington, Marcus, 1988-90 Washington, Mark, 1997-00 Waters, Bill, 1952 Waters, Greg, 1972-73 Watkins, Dennis, 1961-62 Watkins, Mike, 1969-71 Watson, Dal, 1985-88 Watson, Harold, 2000-01 Watson, Jerry, 1968-70

Watts, Ted, 1978-80 Waygood, Don, 1954-55 Weatherall, Phil, 1978 Weatherspoon, Stephon, 1989-90 Weaver, Fred, 1958-60 Weaver, Gilbert, Tr., 1958-60 Webb, George L., 1937-38 Webb, Tommy, 1986-89 Weber, Art, 1940-41 Webster, Walter, 1940 Weeks, Mike, 1970-72 Weeks, Nolan, 1943 Weise, Billy, 1963-64 Welker, Wes, 2000-03 Wells, Freddie, 1980-81, 1983-84 Wells, Mike, 1978-80 Welton, Charles S., 1950-52 Wesley, Arlen, 1951, 1953-55 Wesley, Dennell, 2011Wesley, Jason, 2000-03 Wessels, Greg, 1975-77 West, Dwayne, 1953-55 West, J. W., 1935-36 Westerfeldt, J. W., 1925-27 Wheatley, Russell, 1980 Wheelis, Jack, 1939 Whisenhunt, Danny, 1980 Whitaker, Vernon, 1951 White, Bill, 1948 White, Brad, 1981, 1983-84 White, Dean, 1951-54 White, Dixie, 1937-39 White, Gilbert A., 1926-27 White, Jeff, 1964-65 White, Quincy, 1991-92 White, Regan, 1954 White, Rodney, 1988 White, Thurman, 1943 White, Vic, 1980-81 Whitehead, Billy Joe, 1944 Whitfield, Ken, 1986-89 Whitley, E.J., 2002-05 Whitlock, Colby, 2007-10 Whitman, Wes, 1980 Whitney, Chris, 1994-97 Whitsell, Brent, 1985 Whitted, Bill, 1951-52 Wickware, Damon, 1991-94 Wiggington, S. D., 1934-36 Wilborn, Michael, 1998 Wildon, Ted Wiles, Jackie, 1959-60 Wiley, Anthony, 1990-93 Wiley, Jerry, Mgr., 1958-64 Williams, Albert, 1941 Williams, Bert, 1934-35 Williams, Brandon, 2006-08 Williams, Bo, Mgr., 1931-32 Williams, Bobby, 1943, 1946-48 Williams, C. W., 1960-62 Williams, DeTwill, 1999 Williams, Donald D., 1948-50

Williams, Don, 1954-56 Williams, J.J., 2000-01 Williams, Jared, 2005 Williams, Jimmy, 1975-77 Williams, Jimmy, 1950, 1952-53 Williams, Kenny, 2011Williams, Kevyn, 1982, 1985 Williams, Lance, 1998-01 Williams, Lawrence, 1972-74 Williams, Mark, 1981-82 Williams, Matt, 2008-10 Williams, Marlon, 2006-09 Williams, Paul, 2003, 05-07 Williams, Phil, 1955-58 Williams, Rex, 1937-39 Williams, Ricky, 1997-01 Williams, Robert L., 1943, 48-49 Williams, Roy, 1942-46 Williams, Sammy, 1974-77 Williams, Shaud, 1999-00 Williams, Stan, 1980-82 Williams, Tim, 1989 Williamson, Bryan, 1981-82 Willis, C. C., 1963-65 Willis, Danny, 1971-73 Willis, Richard, 1962-63 Wilson, Elmer, 1951-54 Wilson, Ernie, 1925-26 Wilson, Marcus, 1992 Wilson, Robert, Mgr., 1956-59 Wilson, Theodore, 1933 Wilson, Thomas, 1964-65 Wilson, Tony, 1994 Wilson, Wm. Woodrow, 1932-34 Winbush, Zach, 2010Windom, Clyde, 1964 Windom, Eddy, 1967-69 Wingo, Matt, 1988-91 Winkler, Bernie, 1943, 1945-47 Winn, Marlon, 2006-09 Winn, Tim, 1997-99 Winston, Clifton, 1986-89 Winter, George, 1935-36 Winters, George, 1948-49 Witucki, Bob, 1958 Womble, Greg, 1983 Wood, Kerry, Tr., 1975 Wooddell, Greg, 1977 Wood, Jeff, 1993-94 Wood, Jon, 1989-90 Woods, Geremy, 2001-04 Woods, Glen, Tr. Woods, Shannon, 2005-08 Woodward, Darrell, 1925 Wooldridge, Floyd, 1925-27, 30 Woolridge, Charles, 1928-29 Worley, Bill, 1961-63 Worley, Chad, 1991-92 Wright, Billy, 1951-53 Wright, Byron, 1992-94 Wright, Jess, Tr., 1939 Wright, John, 1984 WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

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--T-Tadlock, J.H., 1929 Tadlock, Travis, 1976-77 Taliaferro, Kim, 1976-78 Taliaferro, Loyd, 1937 Talkington, Bart, 1987-89 Talkington, Ken, 1958-59 Tannehill, Tim, 1985-87 Tanner, Chris, 1983-86 Tarbox, Elmer, 1937-38 Tatom, Buzz, 1981-84 Taylor, Donnie, 1993-94 Taylor, Billy, 1974-77 Taylor, Freddie, 1977 Taylor, James Burl, 1944 Taylor, Tony, 1985

Teague, Abner F., 1939-41 Teal, Bill, 1931-32 Tecklenburg, Kerry, 1982-83 Terrell, Anthony, 1997-01 Terry, Mack, 1952 Thacker, George, 1954 Thiel, Kenny, 1975-76 Thomas, Andrew, 1977-79 Thomas, Bart, 1992, 1994 Thomas, Jabbar, 1993-94 Thomas, Lucien Thomas, Willie, 1974, 1976 Thomas, Zach, 1992-95 Thompson, Clarence, 1962-64 Thompson, J. W., 1947-48, 1950 Thompson, Joe L., 1943-47 Thompson, John Vern, 1951-53 Thompson, Kenneth, 1954 Thompson, Luke, 1944-48 Thrweatt, Fred, 2002-05 Thurman, Tyrone, 1985-88 Tidwell, Bennie, 1945 Tillery, Clarence, 1939-41 Tillman, Andre, 1971-73 Tillman, Bill, 1951 Tillman, Kellen, 2005-07 Tinsley, Kelly, 1974 Tipton, Larry Tisdale, Olan, 1976-78 Tittle, Matt, 1997-98 Todd, Chris, 2006 Toliver, Duane, 1998-99 Toliver, Sam, 1988 Tolliver, Billy Joe, 1985-88 Tollett, James, Mgr. Toman, Scott, 1986-87 Torres, Alexander, 2009Toogood, Keith, 2003-06 Traylor, Kevin, 1989 Treece, Robert, 2001-02 Treybig, Mike, 1973 Tribble, Lester, 1931-32 Trippeer, Carl, 1954 Trlica, Alex, 2004-07 Trostle, Nevin E., 1925 Tucker, Bryan, 1989, 1991 Tucker, Dennis, 1964-65 Tucker, Phil, 1965-67 Tucker, Stuart, 1971-72 Turnbo, Bill, 1957-59 Turner, Bake, 1959-61 Turner, Corey, 1995-96 Turner, Godfrey, 1976-78 Turner, Jerry, 1965-67 Turner, Jim, 1950-52 Turner, Lacy, 1931-32 Turner, Marquis, 2000, ’02-03 Turner, Tommy, 1960 Turner, Walter, 1980 Tyler, Greg, 1978-80

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LETTERWINNERS Continued / ASSISTANT COACHES Wright, Len, 1987-89 Wyatt, Robert, 1999-02 --Y-Yancer, Robert, 1963-65 Yarbrough, Walter, 1969 Yenzer, Tyler, 2005-07 Young, Bobby, 1954-57 Young, Doug, 1964-66 Young, Jack, 1948 Young, Jeff, Tr., 1974 Young, Jim B., 1931-33 Young, Phil, 1986-88 Young, Reagan, 1969 Young, William, 1932-34 --Z-Zachery, Jerry, 1983, 1985 Zanios, Jim, 1962-64 Zeller, Chuck, 1972 Zoller, George, 1942, 1946-47 Zouzalik, Austin, 2009Please contact the Texas Tech Athletic Athletics Communications Office (blayne. beal@ttu.edu) in writing with any changes, corrections or additions to this list.

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ASSISTANT COACHES Jim Acree _________________ 1969 Rodney Allison____________ 1981-83 Robert Anae _____________ 2000-04 Demosthenes “Dee” Andros ____ 1954-55 Junior Arterburn___________ 1956-60 Art Baker _______________ 1970-72 Virgil Ballard _______________ 1934 Johnny Barr _______________ 2003 Burl Bartlett _____________ 1965-69 Jim Bates _______________ 1978-83 Bill Bedenbaugh___________ 2003-06 Richard Bell _____________ 1970-74 Rob Best _______________ 1981-85 Joe Blalock ______________ 1962-65 Walter Bragg ____________ 1978-80 Art Briles _______________ 2000-02 Bob Brown ______________ 1970-74 Dave Brown _____________ 2001-05 Neal Brown___________ 2010-present Watson Brown______________ 1978 William Brown____________ 1946-49 Steve Brickey _______________ 1986 Harry Buffington _________1963, 1968 Dean Campbell ___________ 1992-99 Bud Casey ______________ 1978-80 Cody Chisum _______________ 1999 Jason Clemmons __________ 1998-99 John Conley ______________1961-74 Romeo Crennel ___________ 1975-77 John Cropp ______________ 1975-77 Sonny Cumbie _________ 2010-present Rex Dockery _____________ 1975-77 Marc Dove ________________ 1974 Daniel “Sonny” Dykes________ 2000-06 Rick Dykes ______________ 1990-99 Spike Dykes _____________ 1984-86 Dale Evans ______________ 1970-74 Beattie Feathers ___________ 1954-60 Rocky Felker _____________ 1979-80 Jack Fligg _______________ 1970-74 Robert Ford _____________ 1987-88 Gary Gaines _____________ 1990-93 Chad Glasgow ______________ 2011 W.L. Golightly ______________ 1930 Bobby Goad _____________ 1951-52 John Goodner ____________ 1994-99 Merrill Green _____________ 1961-64 Al Groh __________________ 1980 Clovis Hale _________1984-86, 1997-99 Tom Hamm _____________ 1956-60 Ron Harris ______________ 2000-02 Gene Henderson___________ 1967-69 Grady Higgenbotham ________1927-28 Larry Hoefer _____________ 1995-99 Dana Holgersen ___________ 2000-07 Berl Huffman _______1935-42, 1946-47 Rhodes Ingerton_____________ 1927 Clarence James ___________ 1981-86 Art Kaufman __________ 2012-present

Bob Kellogg _______________ 1953 Joe Kerbel ______________ 1958-59 Elwood Kettler ______________ 1969 JT King ________________ 1958-60 Jack Kiser _________________ 1986 David Knaus _____________ 1980-83 David Krischke ____________ 1981-83 Matt Lair _______________ 1961-68 Donnie Laurence __________ 1978-79 Tommy Limbaugh _________ 1975-77 Seth Littrell______________ 2005-08 Sam McElroy ____________ 2010-2011 Clay McGuire _____________ 2008-09 Ed McKeever _____________ 1935-38 Maxey McKnight ____________ 1948 Greg McMackin ___________ 2000-02 Taylor McNeel ____________ 1975-88 Ruffin McNeill ____________ 2000-09 Carlos Mainord__ 1969, 84-85, 87-92, 03-09 Tommy Mainord________ 2010-present Rhudy Maskew ________1986-94, 1996 Manny Matsakis ___________ 2000-02 Bradley Mills _____________ 1966-69 Brian Mitchell ____________ 2006-09 Jack Mitchell _____________ 1951-52 John Mize ________________ 1986 David Moody_____________ 1994-99 Tipp Mooney _____________ 1948-50 Matt Moore ______________2007-11 Dell Morgan _____________ 1930-33 C.B. Morris ______________ 1948-50 Joe Moss _______________ 1957-59 Otis Mounds _______________ 2011 Carl Mulleneaux _____________ 1950 Walter Nichols ______________ 1946 Brian Norwood _____________ 2000 Frank Ottmers ______________ 1949 Bill Parcells ______________ 1975-77 Doyle Parker _________ 1987-91, 93-98 Jim Parmer ________________ 1960 Bob Patterson ____________ 1975-80 Victor Payne ______________1927-28 Aubrey “Red” Phillips ________ 1955-60 Mike Pope ______________ 1975-77 Wyatt Posey _____________ 1951-55 Robert Prunty _________ 2010-present Jay Pugh _________________ 1999 Dick Rader _______________1972-74 Jim Ragland _____________ 1970-72 Lincoln Riley _____________ 2007-09 Richard Ritchie____________ 1981-83 Sam Robertson ___________ 1978-79 Polk Robison _____________ 1943-48 Travaris Robinson ____________ 2010 Eric Russell ________________ 2009 Charlie Sadler ____________ 2003-09 Chad Scott ___________ 2010-present George Scott _____________ 1950-52 Lyle Setencich ____________ 2003-07 Horace “Bud” Sherrod _______ 1954-57

Dennis Simmons __________ 2008-09 Travis L. Simpson __________ 1961-63 Dean Slayton ____________ 1981-97 Russell T. “Dutchy” Smith _____ 1930-40 Jess Stiles ______________ 1969-77 Jerry Sullivan _____________1973-74 Al Tanara _______________ 1975-80 Fred Tate ____________ 2012-present Marshall Taylor ___________ 1970-71 Jack Tayrien _________ 1986-88, 97-99 Grant Teaff ______________ 1966-68 Chris Thomsen _________ 2012-present Jess Thompson _____________ 1960 Ted Unbehagen ______ 1973-74, 1987-96 Lance Van Zandt___________ 1987-89 Wade Walker ____________ 1951-53 Buist “Buzz” Warren ________ 1953-55 Ron West _______________ 1981-85 Allie White ________________ 1949 Dixie White________________ 1940 Ivy Williams _____________ 1989-93 James Willis _______________ 2010 Tom Wilson ________ 1967-74, 1984-85 Dick Winder _________ 1984-95, 98-99 W.A. “Babe” Woods___________ 1951 Jim Wright ______________ 1962-66 Gary Wyant _____________ 1976-77 John Paul Young___________ 1989-91 Willie Zapalac ____________ 1961-62 Art Zelenik ________________ 1975

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TEXAS TECH HEAD COACHES OVERALL COACHING RECORDS --------------ALL GAMES-------------- ----------LEAGUE GAMES---------COACH YEARS W L T PCT. W L T PCT. Tommy Tuberville 2010-Present 13 12 0 .520 5 12 0 .294 Mike Leach 2000-09 84 43 0 .661 47 33 0 .587 Spike Dykes 1986-99 82 67 1 .547 57 40 1 .573 David McWilliams 1986 7 4 0 .636 5 3 0 .625 Jerry Moore 1981-85 16 37 2 .302 9 29 2 .250 Rex Dockery 1978-80 15 16 2 .484 10 13 1 .438 Steve Sloan 1975-77 23 12 0 .657 15 8 0 .652 Jim Carlen 1970-74 37 20 2 .644 20 15 0 .571 JT King 1961-69 44 45 3 .495 27 35 1 .435 Dewitt Weaver 1951-60 49 51 5 .490 19 6 3 .741 Dell Morgan 1941-50 55 49 3 .528 23 3 1 .870 Pete Cawthon 1930-40 76 32 6 .693 10 1 1 .875 Grady Higgenbotham 1929 1 7 2 .150 — — — — E.Y. Freeland 1925-28 21 10 6 .649 — — — — Totals 1925-08 524 405 32 .564 247 198 10 .555 **Ruffin McNeil is credited with one win in the 2010 Alamo Bowl but is not listed amongst the head coaches** 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 1945 1944 1943 1942 1941 1940 1939 1938 1937 1936 1935 1934 1933 1932 1931 1930 1929

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2-5-0 Jim Carlen 5-2-0 Jim Carlen 4-3-0 JT King 4-3-0 JT King 5-2-0 JT King 2-5-0 JT King 5-2-0 JT King 3-3-1 JT King 2-5-0 JT King 0-7-0 JT King 2-5-0 JT King 1-5-1 DeWitt Weaver –––– DeWitt Weaver –––– DeWitt Weaver –––– DeWitt Weaver –––– DeWitt Weaver 3-0-1 DeWitt Weaver 4-0-0 DeWitt Weaver 5-0-0 DeWitt Weaver 2-1-1 DeWitt Weaver 5-0-0 DeWitt Weaver 3-2-0 Dell Morgan 5-0-0 Dell Morgan 5-0-0 Dell Morgan 4-0-0 Dell Morgan 3-1-0 Dell Morgan –––– Dell Morgan –––– Dell Morgan –––– Dell Morgan 3-0-1 Dell Morgan –––– Dell Morgan –––– Pete Cawthon –––– Pete Cawthon –––– Pete Cawthon 3-0-0 Pete Cawthon 0-0-1 Pete Cawthon 1-1-0 Pete Cawthon 3-0-0 Pete Cawthon 1-0-0 Pete Cawthon 1-0-0 Pete Cawthon –––– Pete Cawthon –––– Pete Cawthon –––– G. Higgenbotham

1928 4-4-1 –––– –––– E.Y. Freeland 1927 5-4-0 –––– –––– E.Y. Freeland 1926 6-1-3 –––– –––– E.Y. Freeland 1925 6-1-2 –––– –––– E.Y. Freeland Number of Seasons: 87 Number of Games: 961 Record: 524-405-32 (.564) Conference Record: 247-198-10 (.555) Big 12 Conference: 71-58 (.550) Southwest Conference: 125-135-6 (.481) Border Conference: 51-5-4 (.911) Winning Seasons: 53 Consecutive Winning/Non-Losing Seasons: 18 (1993-2010)

HISTORY & RECORDS

YEARBYYEAR COACHING RECORDS League Season Overall League Record Head Coach 2011 5-7-0 Big 12 2-7-0 Tommy Tuberville 2010 8-5-0 Big 12 3-5-0 Tommy Tuberville 2009 9-4-0 Big 12 5-3-0 Mike Leach 2008 11-2-0 Big 12 7-1-0 Mike Leach 2007 9-4-0 Big 12 4-4-0 Mike Leach 2006 8-5-0 Big 12 4-4-0 Mike Leach 2005 9-3-0 Big 12 6-2-0 Mike Leach 2004 8-4-0 Big 12 5-3-0 Mike Leach 2003 8-5-0 Big 12 4-4-0 Mike Leach 2002 9-5-0 Big 12 5-3-0 Mike Leach 2001 7-5-0 Big 12 4-4-0 Mike Leach 2000 7-6-0 Big 12 3-5-0 Mike Leach 1999 6-5-0 Big 12 5-3-0 Spike Dykes 1998 7-5-0 Big 12 4-4-0 Spike Dykes 1997 6-5-0 Big 12 5-3-0 Spike Dykes 1996 7-5-0 Big 12 5-3-0 Spike Dykes 1995 9-3-0 SWC 5-2-0 Spike Dykes 1994 6-6-0 SWC 4-3-0 Spike Dykes 1993 6-6-0 SWC 5-2-0 Spike Dykes 1992 5-6-0 SWC 4-3-0 Spike Dykes 1991 6-5-0 SWC 5-3-0 Spike Dykes 1990 4-7-0 SWC 3-5-0 Spike Dykes 1989 9-3-0 SWC 5-3-0 Spike Dykes 1988 5-6-0 SWC 4-3-0 Spike Dykes 1987 6-4-1 SWC 3-3-1 Spike Dykes 1986 7-5-0 SWC 5-3-0 David McWilliams 1985 4-7-0 SWC 1-7-0 Jerry Moore 1984 4-7-0 SWC 2-6-0 Jerry Moore 1983 3-7-1 SWC 3-4-1 Jerry Moore 1982 4-7-0 SWC 3-5-0 Jerry Moore 1981 1-9-1 SWC 0-7-1 Jerry Moore 1980 5-6-0 SWC 3-5-0 Rex Dockery 1979 3-6-2 SWC 2-5-1 Rex Dockery 1978 7-4-0 SWC 5-3-0 Rex Dockery 1977 7-5-0 SWC 4-4-0 Steve Sloan 1976 10-2-0 SWC 7-1-0 Steve Sloan 1975 6-5-0 SWC 4-3-0 Steve Sloan 1974 6-4-2 SWC 3-4-0 Jim Carlen 1973 11-1-0 SWC 6-1-0 Jim Carlen 1972 8-4-0 SWC 4-3-0 Jim Carlen

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ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS OPPONENT Abilene Christian Air Force Alabama Arizona Arizona State Arkansas Arkansas State Auburn Austin College Baylor Boston College Brigham Young Cal State Fullerton Cal St. Santa Barbara Centenary Cincinnati Clarendon Colorado Colorado Mines Colorado State Creighton Daniel Baker Denver DePaul Detroit Dixie Duke Duquesne Eastern Washington Florida International Florida State Fresno State Gonzaga Georgia Georgia Tech Hardin-Simmons Haskell Houston Howard Payne Indiana State Iowa Iowa State Kansas Kansas State Lamar Louisiana-Lafayette Louisiana State Louisiana Tech Loyola (LA) Loyola (NO) Lubbock AAF McMurry Marquette Massachusetts Miami, Fla. Miami, Ohio Michigan State Missouri Mississippi Mississippi State Montana Montana State Montezuma Nebraska Nevada WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

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OPPONENT New Mexico New Mexico A&M New Mexico Normal North Carolina North Carolina State North Dakota North Dakota State North Texas Agr. North Texas Northern Arizona Northwestern Northwestern State Notre Dame (B) Ohio State Oklahoma Oklahoma City Oklahoma State Oregon Oregon State Pacific Panhandle A&M Penn State Rice Sam Houston State San Francisco San Jose St. Edwards St. Mary’s (Calif.) St. Mary’s (TX) Saint Louis Schreiner Southern California SMU Southwestern South Plains AAF Sul Ross Tennessee Texas Texas-Arlington Texas-El Paso Texas A&M TCU Texas State Texas Wesleyan Trinity Tulane Tulsa Utah Utah State Vanderbilt Virginia Wake Forest Washington Washington State Wayland Weber State West Texas State West Virginia Wichita Wyoming Totals

W-L-T 36-6-2 4-0-0 1-0-0 1-2-0 1-4-0 1-0-0 0-0-1 0-1-0 4-4-0 2-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-2-0 6-13-0 3-0-1 21-15-3 0-2-0 1-0-0 4-2-0 2-0-0 0-1-0 27-20-1 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 3-0-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 2-0-0 1-0-1 0-3-0 32-16-0 1-1-0 2-0-0 2-0-1 1-1-0 15-45-0 1-0-0 12-6-1 32-37-1 28-23-3 1-0-0 2-0-0 1-0-0 2-3-0 11-12-0 2-0-0 2-0-0 0-0-1 1-0-0 2-0-0 0-2-0 2-0-0 2-1-0 1-0-0 20-7-0 0-1-0 1-1-0 2-3-0 524-405-32

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2011 Overall: 5-7, Big 12: 2-7 S3 Texas State W 50 10 S17 at New Mexico W 59 13 S24 Nevada W 35 34 O1 •at Kansas W 45 34 O8 •Texas A&M (23) L 40 45 O15 •Kansas State (17) L 34 41 O22 •at Oklahoma (1) W 41 38 O29 •Iowa State L 7 41 N5 •at Texas (25) L 20 52 N12 •Oklahoma State (2) L 6 66 N19 •Missouri L 27 31 N26 •vs. Baylor* (20) L 42 66 * = Played at Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, Texas Head Coach: Tommy Tuberville

51,792 20,674 55,664 39,621 58,416 49,744 85,204 59,260 100,506 57,205 54,309 51,615

2010 Overall: 8-5, Big 12: 3-5 (TicketCity Bowl) S5 SMU W 35 27 57,528 S11 at New Mexico W 52 17 25,734 S18 •Texas (4) L 14 24 60,454 O2 •at Iowa State L 38 52 43,162 O9 •vs. Baylor* W 45 38 48,213 O16 •Oklahoma State (18) L 17 34 60,454 O23 •at Colorado W 27 24 47,665 O30 •at Texas A&M L 27 45 84,479 N6 •Missouri (14) W 24 17 55,667 N13 •at Oklahoma (16) L 7 45 85,116 N20 Weber State W 64 21 55,083 N27 Houston W 35 20 53,461 J1 vs. Northwestern W 45 38 40,121 * = Played at Cotton Bowl Stadium, Dallas, Texas Head Coach: Tommy Tuberville 2009 Overall: 9-4, Big 12: 5-3 (Alamo Bowl) S5 North Dakota W 38 13 47,824 S12 Rice W 55 10 48,124 S19 •at Texas (2) L 24 34 101,297 S26 at Houston (17) L 28 29 32,114 O3 New Mexico W 48 28 52,909 O10 •Kansas State W 66 14 47,382 O17 •at Nebraska (15) W 31 10 86,107 O24 •Texas A&M L 30 52 57,733 O31 •Kansas W 42 21 47,291 N14 •at Oklahoma State (17) L 17 24 52,811 N21 •Oklahoma W 41 13 50,479 N28 •vs. Baylor* W 20 13 71,964 J2 vs. Michigan State W 41 31 64,757 * = Played at Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, Texas Head Coach: Mike Leach/Interim Head Coach Ruffin McNeil (Bowl) 49,887 24,453 53,383 53,190 43,614 53,449 86,012 50,125 56,333 55,663 85,646 53,470 88,175

2007 Overall: 9-4, Big 12: 4-4 (Gator Bowl) S3 at SMU W 49 9 S8 UTEP W 45 31 S15 at Rice W 59 24 S22 •at Oklahoma State L 45 49 S29 Northwestern State W 75 7 O6 •Iowa State W 42 17 O13 •Texas A&M W 35 7 O20 •at Missouri (15) L 10 41 O27 •Colorado L 26 31 N3 •at Baylor W 38 7 N10 •at Texas (15) L 43 59 N17 •Oklahoma (3) W 34 27 J1 Virginia (20) W 31 28 Head Coach: Mike Leach

26,969 52,403 21,543 37,850 52,893 46,558 55,491 63,396 49,084 39,015 86,401 55,038 60,243

2006 Overall: 8-5, Big 12: 4-4 (Insight Bowl) S2 SMU W 35 3 S9 at UTEP (ot) W 38 35 S16 at TCU (20) L 3 12 S23 Southeastern La. W 62 0 S30 •at Texas A&M W 31 27 O7 •Missouri (25) L 21 38 O14 •at Colorado L 6 30 O21 •at Iowa State W 42 26 O28 •Texas (5) L 31 35 N4 •Baylor W 55 21 N11 •at Oklahoma (17) L 24 34 N18 •Oklahoma State W 30 24 D29 Minnesota (ot) W 44 41 Head Coach: Mike Leach

50,362 51,827 45,647 52,913 85,979 49,050 50,233 44,112 56,158 51,303 85,313 45,457 48,391

2005 Overall: 9-3, Big 12: 6-2 (Cotton Bowl) S10 Florida International W 56 3 S17 Sam Houston State W 80 21 S24 Indiana State W 63 7 O1 •Kansas W 30 17 O8 •at Nebraska W 34 31 O15 •Kansas State W 59 20 O22 •at Texas (2) L 17 52 O29 •at Baylor W 28 0 N5 •Texas A&M W 56 17 N12 •at Oklahoma State L 17 24 N19 •Oklahoma (25) W 23 21 J2 Alabama (13) L 10 13 Head Coach: Mike Leach

50,156 50,171 44,681 52,601 77,580 50,813 83,919 43,525 55,755 40,035 52,625 74,222

2004 Overall: 8-4, Big 12: 5-3 (Holiday Bowl) S4 at SMU W 27 13 S11 at New Mexico L 24 27 S18 TCU W 70 35 S25 •at Kansas W 31 30 O2 •at Oklahoma (2) L 13 28 O9 •Nebraska W 70 10 O23 •Texas (5) L 21 51 O30 •at Kansas State W 35 25 N6 •Baylor W 42 17 N13 •at Texas A&M (22) (ot) L 25 32 N27 •Oklahoma State (23) W 31 15 D30 vs. California (4) W 45 31 Head Coach: Mike Leach

34,689 38,746 51,271 37,422 84,580 52,594 55,413 48,338 53,121 82,278 51,717 63,711

2003 Overall: 8-5, Big 12: 4-4 (Houston Bowl) A30 SMU W 58 10 S6 New Mexico W 42 28 S20 at N.C. State L 21 49 S27 at Mississippi W 49 45 O4 •Texas A&M W 59 28 O11 •Iowa State W 52 21 O18 •at Oklahoma State (23) L 49 51 O25 •at Missouri L 31 62 N1 •Colorado W 26 21 N8 •at Baylor W 62 14 N15 •at Texas (6) L 40 43 N22 •Oklahoma (1) L 25 56 D30 vs. Navy W 38 14 Head Coach: Mike Leach

44,364 45,844 53,800 54,649 51,772 49,627 48,500 60,192 52,908 33,102 83,596 53,135 51,068

2002 Overall: 9-5, Big 12: 5-3 (Tangerine Bowl) A24 at Ohio State (12) L 21 45 100,037 S7 at SMU W 24 14 32,000 S14 Mississippi W 42 28 40,228 S21 N.C. State (16) (ot) L 48 51 35,864 S27 at New Mexico W 49 0 35,111 O5 •at A&M (23) (ot) W 48 47 86,478 O12 •at Iowa State (11) L 17 31 51,842 O19 •Missouri W 52 38 42,781 O26 •at Colorado (20) L 13 37 50,478 N2 •Baylor W 62 11 43,243 N9 •Oklahoma State W 49 24 44,595 N16 •Texas (3) W 42 38 42,047 N23 •at Oklahoma (4) L 15 60 75,553 D23 vs. Clemson W 55 15 21,689 Head Coach: Mike Leach 2001 Overall: 7-5, Big 12: 4-4 (Alamo Bowl) S8 New Mexico W 42 30 S22 vs. North Texas* W 42 14 S29 •at Texas L 7 42 O6 •Kansas (ot) L 31 34 O13 •Kansas State W 38 19 O20 •at Nebraska L 31 41 O27 •at Baylor W 63 19 N3 •Texas A&M W 12 0 N10 •at Oklahoma State W 49 30 N17 •Oklahoma L 13 30 N24 Stephen F. Austin W 58 3 D29 Iowa L 16 19 * = Played at Texas Stadium, Irving, Texas Head Coach: Mike Leach

48,924 20,852 83,081 45,343 46,536 77,838 39,110 52,649 32,332 52,008 31,114 65,000

2000 Overall: 7-6 , Big 12: 3-5 (GalleryFurniture Bowl) A26 New Mexico W 24 3 42,238 S2 Utah State W 38 16 35,913 S9 North Texas W 13 7 36,925 S16 Louisiana-Lafayette W 26 0 35,740 S30 •at Texas A&M L 15 33 83,644 O7 •Baylor W 28 0 40,209 O14 •Nebraska (1) L 3 56 48,961 O21 •at Kansas St. (10) L 23 28 51,140 O28 •at Kansas W 45 39 26,000 N4 •Texas (20) L 17 29 53,027 N11 •Oklahoma State W 58 0 44,710 N18 •at Oklahoma (1) L 13 28 75,364 D27 vs. East Carolina L 27 40 33,899 Head Coach: Mike Leach

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2008 Overall: 11-2, Big 12: 7-1 (Cotton Bowl) A30 Eastern Washington W 49 24 S6 at Nevada W 35 19 S13 SMU W 43 7 S20 Masschusetts W 56 14 O4 •at Kansas State W 58 28 O11 •Nebraska (ot) W 37 31 O18 •at Texas A&M W 43 25 O25 •at Kansas (19) W 63 21 N1 •Texas (1) W 39 33 N8 •Oklahoma State (8) W 56 20 N22 •at Oklahoma (5) L 21 65 N29 •Baylor W 35 28 J2 vs. Mississippi L 34 47 Head Coach: Mike Leach

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1999 Overall: 6-5, Big 12: 5-3 S6 at Arizona State S11 at UL-Lafayette S18 North Texas O2 •Texas A&M O9 •at Oklahoma State O16 •Colorado O23 •at Baylor O30 •at Missouri N6 •Iowa State N13 •at Texas N20 •Oklahoma Head Coach: Spike Dykes

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L W L W L W W L W L W

13 38 14 21 21 31 35 7 28 7 38

31 17 21 19 41 10 7 34 16 58 28

65,091 18,128 45,824 53,513 44,125 46,424 27,815 52,982 41,691 83,882 42,020

1998 Overall: 7-5, Big 12: 4-4 (Independence Bowl) S5 Texas-El Paso W 35 3 41,087 S12 at North Texas* W 30 0 21,496 S19 Fresno State W 34 28 40,035 S26 •at Iowa State W 31 24 33,810 O3 •Baylor W 31 29 38,801 O10 •Oklahoma State W 24 17 47,589 O17 •at Colorado (19) L 17 19 48,969 O24 •at Texas A&M (8) L 10 17 62,873 O31 •Missouri (18) L 26 28 41,378 N14 •Texas (18) W 42 35 50,647 N21 •at Oklahoma L 17 20 65,583 D31 vs. Mississippi L 18 35 46,862 * = Played at Texas Stadium, Irving, Texas Head Coach: Spike Dykes 1997 Overall: 6-5, Big 12: 5-3 A30 at Tennessee (5) S13 Southwestern La. S20 North Texas O4 •at Baylor O11 •Kansas O18 •at Nebraska (2) O25 •Texas A&M (20) N1 •Kansas State (13) N8 •at Texas N15 •at Oklahoma State (24) N22 •Oklahoma Head Coach: Spike Dykes

L W L W W L W L W W L

17 59 27 35 17 0 16 2 24 3 21

52 14 30 14 7 29 13 13 10 27 32

1996 Overall: 7-5, Big 12: 5-3 (Alamo Bowl) A31 •at Kansas St. (21) L 14 21 S7 •Oklahoma St.* W 31 3 S21 at Georgia L 12 15 S28 Utah State W 58 20 O5 •Baylor W 45 24 O12 •at Kansas W 30 17 O19 •Nebraska (5) L 10 24 O26 •at Texas A&M W 13 10 N9 •Texas L 32 38 N16 Southwestern La. W 56 21 N23 •at Oklahoma W 22 12 D29 Iowa (21) L 0 27 * = Played at Texas Stadium, Irving, Texas Head Coach: Spike Dykes 1995 Overall: 9-3 , SWC: 5-2 (Alamo Bowl) S9 at Penn State (4) L 23 24 S16 Missouri W 41 14 S30 •at Baylor L 7 9 O7 •Texas A&M (8) W 14 7 O14 Arkansas State W 63 25 O21 •Rice W 31 26 O28 at New Mexico W 34 7 N4 •at Texas (13) L 7 48 N11 •TCU W 27 6 N18 •at SMU W 45 14 N25 •at Houston W 38 26 D27 Air Force W 55 41 Head Coach: Spike Dykes

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106,285 35,953 43,620 35,275 43,012 75,764 50,513 38,322 76,110 39,400 40,013

43,143 30,269 73,116 39,778 50,594 46,500 51,344 70,147 50,607 34,261 61,217 55,677

96,034 36,242 40,882 51,205 37,521 33,591 25,088 77,809 37,529 11,738 15,220 41,004

1994 Overall: 6-6, SWC: 5-2 (Cotton Bowl) S3 New Mexico W 37 31 S8 Nebraska (1) L 16 42 S17 at Oklahoma (21) L 11 17 S24 •SMU W 35 7 O1 •at Texas A&M (10) L 17 23 O8 •at Rice L 21 24 O22 •Baylor W 38 7 O29 •Texas (19) W 33 9 N12 Southwestern La. W 39 7 N19 •Houston* W 34 0 N25 •TCU L 21 24 J2 USC (21) L 14 55 * = Played at The Alamodome, San Antonio, Texas Head Coach: Spike Dykes

27,234 32,768 62,323 29,521 64,242 16,900 29,443 45,591 27,636 20,286 43,219 70,218

1993 Overall: 6-6, SWC: 5-2 (John Hancock Bowl) S4 Pacific W 55 7 29,164 S11 at Nebraska (9) L 27 50 75,771 S18 at Georgia L 37 52 74,511 S25 •at Baylor L 26 28 32,690 O2 •Texas A&M (14) L 6 31 50,748 O9 North Carolina St. L 34 36 26,943 O16 •Rice W 45 16 27,812 O30 •at Texas W 31 22 63,132 N6 •TCU W 49 21 31,922 N13 •at SMU W 41 24 15,714 N20 •Houston W 58 7 28,652 D24 Oklahoma (19) L 10 41 43,848 * = Played at The Alamodome, San Antonio, Texas Head Coach: Spike Dykes 1992 Overall: 5-6 , SWC: 4-3 S3 Oklahoma (15) S12 Wyoming S19 at Oregon S26 •Baylor O3 •at Texas A&M (5) O10 at NC State (25) O24 •SMU O31 •Texas (25) N7 •at Rice N14 •at TCU N21 •Houston Head Coach: Spike Dykes

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9 49 13 36 17 13 39 33 3 31 44

34 32 16 17 19 48 25 44 34 28 35

48,691 34,940 28,361 42, 094 69, 817 41,800 34,056 50,741 19,800 26,386 27,887

1991 Overall: 6-5, SWC: 5-3 S7 Cal State Fullerton S14 Oregon S21 at Wyoming S28 •TCU O5 •Texas A&M (23) O12 •at SMU O26 •Rice N2 •at Texas N9 •Arkansas N16 •at Baylor (20) N30 •at Houston Head Coach: Spike Dykes

W L L L L W W L W W W

41 13 17 16 14 38 40 15 38 31 52

7 28 22 30 37 14 20 23 21 24 46

36,228 36,308 18,183 40,276 50,577 22,412 32,144 74,873 31,895 36,163 18,114

1990 Overall: 4-7, SWC: 3-5 S8 at Ohio State (18) S13 •Houston (18) S22 at New Mexico S29 •Baylor O6 •at Texas A&M (19) O13 •at Arkansas O20 •at Rice O27 Miami, Fla. (8) N3 •Texas (14) N10 •at TCU N17 •SMU Head Coach: Spike Dykes

L L W L L W L L L W W

10 35 34 15 24 47 21 10 22 40 62

17 51 32 21 28 44 42 45 41 28 7

88,707 36,794 15,530 48,926 68,593 50,114 15,200 50,028 50,276 28,730 31,355

1989 Overall: 9-3, SWC: 5-3 (All-American Bowl) S9 Arizona (20) W 24 14 35,940 S16 New Mexico W 27 20 27,535 S23 at Oklahoma State W 31 15 40,200 S30 •at Baylor L 15 29 38,785 07 •Texas A&M (19) W 27 24 50,743 O14 •Arkansas (7) L 13 45 47,520 O21 •Rice W 41 25 26,902 N4 •at Texas (22) W 24 17 81,826 N11 •TCU W 37 7 39,255 N18 •at SMU W 48 24 21,865 N25 •at Houston (13) L 24 40 30,097 D28 Duke (20) W 49 21 47,750 Head Coach: Spike Dykes 1988 Overall: 5-6, SWC: 4-3 S3 North Texas S10 at Arizona S24 •Baylor O1 •at Texas A&M O8 •at Arkansas (20) O15 •at Rice O29 •Texas N5 •at TCU N12 Lamar N19 •Houston (17) D4 Oklahoma St. (12) Head Coach: Spike Dykes

L L W L L W W W W L L

24 19 36 15 10 38 33 23 59 29 42

29 35 6 50 31 36 32 10 28 30 45

26,424 46,334 45,385 63,822 49,818 10,500 49,682 29,362 30,319 27,204 56,000

1987 Overall: 6-4-1 , SWC: 3-3-1 S5 at Florida State (8) L 16 40 52,893 S12 Colorado State W 33 24 28,786 S19 Lamar W 43 14 27,795 S26 •at Baylor L 22 36 34,816 O3 •Texas A&M (15) W 27 21 42,625 O10 •Arkansas (20) L 0 31 40,586 O17 •Rice W 59 7 25,314 O24 Tulsa W 42 7 24,341 O31 •at Texas L 27 41 74,984 N7 •TCU W 36 35 28,516 N21 •at Houston T 10 10 19,295 Head Coach: Spike Dykes 1986 Overall: 7-5 , SWC: 5-3 (Independence Bowl) S6 Kansas State W 41 7 37,842 S13 at Miami, Fla. (2) L 11 61 41,925 S20 New Mexico W 14 7 36,520 S27 •Baylor (17) L 14 45 41,046 O4 •at Texas A&M (14) L 8 45 62,876 O11 •at Arkansas (8) W 17 7 49,012 O18 •at Rice W 49 21 18,000 N1 •Texas W 23 21 44,820 N8 •at TCU W 36 14 25,729 N15 •SMU L 7 13 35,887 N22 •Houston W 34 7 30,196 D20 Mississippi L 17 20 46,369 Head Coach: David McWilliams (Dykes in bowl) 1985 Overall: 4-7, SWC: 1-7 S7 New Mexico S14 at Tulsa S21 North Texas State S28 •at Baylor O5 •Texas A&M O12 •Arkansas (6) O19 •Rice N2 •at Texas N9 •TCU N16 •at SMU N23 •at Houston Head Coach: Jerry Moore

W W W L L L L L W L L

32 21 28 0 27 7 27 21 63 7 16

31 17 7 31 28 30 29 34 7 9 17

35,118 29,972 33,494 36,500 50,148 38,464 28,194 65,137 33,536 29,476 14,280

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Continued 1984 Overall: 4-7, SWC: 2-6 S15 UT-Arlington S22 at New Mexico S29 •Baylor O6 •at Texas A&M O13 •at Arkansas O20 •at Rice O27 Tulsa N3 •Texas (2) N10 •at TCU (15) N17 •SMU (16) N24 •Houston Head Coach: Jerry Moore

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1983 Overall: 3-7-1, SWC: 3-4-1 S10 at Air Force L S24 •at Baylor W O1 •Texas A&M W O8 New Mexico L O15 •Rice W O22 Tulsa L O29 •at Texas (2) L N5 •TCU T N12 •at SMU (7) L N19 •at Houston L N26 •Arkansas L Head Coach: Jerry Moore 1982 Overall: 4-7, SWC: 3-5 S11 at New Mexico S18 Air Force S25 •Baylor O2 •at Texas A&M O9 •at Arkansas (9) O16 •at Rice O23 at Washington (1) O30 •Texas N6 •at TCU N13 •SMU (2) N20 •Houston Head Coach: Jerry Moore

44 24 9 30 0 30 20 10 16 0 17

13 26 3 10 14 20 3 10 7 41 13

7 29 18 12 24 10 17 13 27 31 24

28 11 0 30 3 59 20 10 33 43 16

35,121 24,529 41,328 51,365 54,986 13,105 34,624 50,722 34,075 31,864 27,373

1979 Overall: 3-6-2 , SWC: 2-5-1 S8 Southern California (1) L S15 New Mexico W S22 at Arizona T S29 •at Baylor L O6 •Texas A&M W O13 •Arkansas L O20 •Rice W N3 •at Texas (8) L N10 •TCU T N17 •at SMU L N24 •at Houston (9) L Head Coach: Rex Dockery

26,800 38,000 52,109 36,543 43,611 34,006 75,225 37,507 30,050 23,153 32,978

1978 Overall: 7-4, SWC: 5-3 S9 at Southern California (9) S23 Arizona S30 •Texas (6) O7 •at Texas A&M (7) O14 at New Mexico O21 •at Rice N4 •Baylor N11 •at TCU N18 •SMU N25 •Houston (5) D2 •at Arkansas (8) Head Coach: Rex Dockery

0 31 23 24 3 23 3 0 16 27 7

14 30 24 15 21 21 10 27 14 34 24

22,720 38,964 46,069 59,416 44,024 25,000 57,500 52,041 22,104 45,954 33,548

1981 Overall: 1-9-1, SWC: 0-7-1 S12 at Colorado L S19 New Mexico W S26 •at Baylor L O3 •Texas A&M L O10 •Arkansas L O17 •Rice L O24 Washington L O31 •at Texas (6) L N7 •TCU T N14 •at SMU (8) L N21 •at Houston L Head Coach: Jerry Moore

27 28 15 23 14 23 7 9 39 6 7

45 21 28 24 26 30 14 26 39 30 15

34,884 42,321 40,000 50,081 41,866 40,073 36,335 56,439 37,714 24,410 25,169

1980 Overall: 5-6 , SWC: 3-5 S6 UT-El Paso S13 North Carolina (15) S20 New Mexico S27 •Baylor O4 •at Texas A&M O18 •at Rice N1 •Texas (12) N8 •at TCU N15 •SMU (18) N22 •Houston N29 •at Arkansas Head Coach: Rex Dockery

35 3 28 3 21 10 24 17 14 7 16

7 9 17 11 41 3 20 24 0 34 22

37,122 37,797 38,873 48,539 65,490 10,000 50,132 18,752 42,197 36,386 50,926

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21 7 14 27 20 20 7 14 3 35 14

17 26 24 38 23 28 9 17 16 21 49

1977 Overall: 7-5 , SWC: 4-4 (Tangerine Bowl) S10 •at Baylor W 17 7 S17 New Mexico W 49 14 S24 •Texas A&M (6) L 17 33 O1 at North Carolina W 10 7 O8 at Arizona W 32 26 O15 •Rice W 42 7 O29 •at Texas (1) L 0 26 N5 •TCU W 49 17 N12 •at SMU W 45 7 N19 •at Houston L 7 45 N26 •Arkansas (6) L 14 17 D23 Florida State (19) L 17 40 Head Coach: Steve Sloan

52,991 42,109 40,476 35,800 52,468 47,109 41,732 77,809 40,091 42,226 25,637

50,321 41,732 54,012 56,121 23,167 20,000 48,895 17,228 45,101 36,691 43,301

45,800 45,108 55,008 48,000 41,500 42,689 78,809 42,124 21,689 43,989 32,856 44,502

1976 Overall: 10-2, SWC: 7-1 (Bluebonnet Bowl) S11 Colorado W 24 7 44,132 S25 at New Mexico W 20 16 28,501 O9 •at Texas A&M (17) W 27 16 52,651 O16 •at Rice W 37 13 23,500 O23 Arizona W 52 27 44,890 O30 •Texas (15) W 31 28 54,187 N6 •at TCU W 14 10 20,986 N13 •SMU W 34 7 34,780 N20 •Houston (9) L 19 27 45,102 N27 •at Arkansas W 30 7 41,000 D4 •Baylor (18) W 24 21 37,105 D31 Nebraska (9) L 24 27 48,618 Head Coach: Steve Sloan 1975 Overall: 6-5, SWC: 4-3 S13 Florida State S20 New Mexico S27 •at Texas (6) O4 at Oklahoma St. (15) O11 •Texas A&M (6) O18 at Arizona (13) O25 •SMU N1 •Rice N8 •at TCU N15 •Baylor N22 •at Arkansas (19) Head Coach: Steve Sloan

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31 24 18 16 9 28 37 28 34 33 14

20 17 42 17 38 32 20 24 0 10 31

35,268 39,160 77,809 43,500 52,254 39,854 36,020 38,205 18,200 36,594 36,600

38,442 17,719 51,082 42,158 50,620 40,231 32,505 19,500 40,189 32,000 38,327 31,695

1973 Overall: 11-1, SWC: 6-1 (Gator Bowl) S15 Utah W 29 22 S22 New Mexico W 41 7 S29 •at Texas (14) L 12 28 O6 at Oklahoma State W 20 7 O13 •Texas A&M W 28 16 O20 at Arizona (19) W 31 17 O27 •SMU W 31 14 N3 •Rice W 19 6 N10 •at TCU W 24 10 N17 •Baylor W 55 24 N24 •at Arkansas W 24 17 D29 Tennessee (20) W 28 19 Head Coach: Jim Carlen

38,554 30,218 77,809 41,000 50,102 40,172 45,098 37,400 25,029 35,102 42,061 62,109

1972 Overall: 8-4, SWC: 4-3 (Sun Bowl) S16 Utah W 45 2 S23 at New Mexico W 41 16 S30 •Texas (12) L 20 25 O7 Tulsa W 35 18 O14 •at Texas A&M W 17 14 O21 Arizona W 35 10 O28 •at SMU (18) W 17 3 N4 •at Rice W 10 6 N11 •TCU L 7 31 N18 •at Baylor W 13 7 N25 •Arkansas L 14 24 D30 North Carolina (16) L 28 32 Head Coach: Jim Carlen

38,180 24,860 52,187 34,175 34,200 33,320 35,953 20,000 40,120 18,000 35,275 27,877

1971 Overall : 4-7, SWC: 2-5 S11 at Tulane S18 New Mexico S25 •at Texas (3) O2 at Arizona O9 •Texas A&M O16 Boston College O23 •at SMU O30 •Rice N6 •at TCU N13 •Baylor N20 •at Arkansas (17) Head Coach: Jim Carlen

15 13 28 6 7 6 18 9 17 0 15

21,738 37,200 76,639 31,000 44,380 32,480 26,681 38,340 22,138 32,169 43,000

1970 Overall: 8-4, SWC: 5-2 (Sun Bowl) S12 Tulane W 21 14 S19 at Kansas W 23 0 S26 •Texas (2) L 13 35 O3 UC Santa Barbara W 63 21 O10 •at Texas A&M W 21 7 O17 at Mississippi State L 16 20 O24 •SMU W 14 10 O31 •at Rice W 3 0 N7 •TCU W 22 14 N14 •at Baylor W 7 3 N21 •Arkansas (6) L 10 24 D19 Georgia Tech (13) L 9 17 Head Coach: Jim Carlen

43,250 38,700 53,124 34,000 43,075 20,000 46,258 25,000 40,100 19,000 50,125 26,188

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1969 Overall: 5-5, SWC: 4-3 S20 Kansas S27 •at Texas (4) O4 at Oklahoma State O11 •Texas A&M O18 Mississippi State O25 •at SMU N1 •Rice N8 •at TCU N15 •Baylor N27 •at Arkansas (2) Head Coach: JT King

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38 7 10 13 26 27 24 26 41 0

22 49 17 9 30 24 14 35 7 33

42,250 65,200 28,500 49,000 34,000 27,465 38,500 25,278 32,000 45,000

1968 Overall: 5-3-2, SWC: 4-3 S21 Cincinnati S28 •Texas (6) O5 Colorado State O12 •at Texas A&M O19 at Mississippi State O26 •SMU N2 •at Rice N9 •TCU N16 •at Baylor N23 •Arkansas (9) Head Coach: JT King

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10 31 43 21 28 18 38 31 28 7

10 22 13 16 28 39 15 14 42 42

35,200 50,167 38,000 45,000 20,000 50,352 20,000 40,140 20,000 48,165

1963 Overall: 5-5, SWC: 2-5 S21 Washington State S28 •at Texas (4) O5 •Texas A&M O12 •TCU O19 •Baylor O26 •at SMU N2 •Rice N9 Kansas State N16 at Texas Western N23 •at Arkansas Head Coach: JT King

1967 Overall: 6-4, SWC: 5-2 S23 Iowa State S30 •at Texas (8) O7 Mississippi State O12 •Texas A&M O21 at Florida State O28 •at SMU N4 •Rice N11 •at TCU N18 •Baylor N25 •at Arkansas Head Coach: JT King

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52 19 3 24 12 21 24 0 31 31

0 13 7 28 28 7 10 16 29 27

38,250 66,000 39,000 48,240 33,179 34,000 45,150 23,428 34,000 40,000

1962 Overall: 1-9, SWC: 0-7 S22 West Texas State S29 •Texas (3) O6 •at Texas A&M O13 •at TCU O20 •at Baylor O27 •SMU N3 •at Rice N10 at Boston College N17 Colorado N24 •Arkansas (7) Head Coach: JT King

1966 Overall: 4-6, SWC: 2-5 S17 at Kansas S24 •Texas O1 •at Texas A&M O8 •at TCU O15 Florida State O22 •SMU O29 •at Rice N5 Oklahoma State N12 •Baylor N19 •Arkansas (6) Head Coach: JT King

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23 21 14 3 33 7 35 10 14 21

7 31 35 6 42 24 19 7 29 16

28,165 48,155 23,500 25,064 28,307 40,354 21,000 28,175 28,965 34,565

1961 Overall: 4-6, SWC: 2-5 S23 at Mississippi State S30 •at Texas (6) O7 •Texas A&M O14 •TCU (21) O21 •Baylor (23) O28 •at SMU N4 •Rice N11 Boston College N25 •at Arkansas (9) D2 West Texas State Head Coach: JT King

1965 Overall: 8-3, SWC: 5-2 (Gator Bowl) S18 Kansas W 26 7 S25 •at Texas (3) L 7 33 O2 •Texas A&M W 20 16 O9 •TCU W 28 24 O16 Oklahoma State W 17 14 O23 •at SMU W 26 24 O30 •Rice W 27 0 N6 New Mexico State W 48 9 N13 •Baylor W 34 22 N20 •at Arkansas (2) L 24 42 D31 Georgia Tech L 21 31 Head Coach: JT King

35,300 65,350 43,000 35,000 29,825 40,000 43,555 28,753 45,619 42,000 60,127

1960 Overall: 3-6-1, SWC: 1-5-1 S17 West Texas State W S24 •at Texas A&M T O1 •at Texas (13) L O8 •at TCU L O15 •Baylor (7) L O22 •SMU W O29 •at Rice (13) L N5 Tulane W N12 Wyoming L N19 •Arkansas (7) L Head Coach: DeWitt Weaver

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1964 Overall: 6-4-1, SWC: 3-3-1 (Sun Bowl) S19 Mississippi State W 27 7 S26 •Texas (4) L 0 23 O3 •at Texas A&M W 16 12 O10 •at TCU W 25 10 O17 •at Baylor L 10 28 O24 •SMU W 12 0 O31 •at Rice T 6 6 N7 West Texas State W 48 0 N14 Washington State W 28 10 N21 •Arkansas (3) L 0 17 D24 Georgia L 0 7 Head Coach: JT King W L W L L W L W W L

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16 7 10 3 17 13 3 51 7 20

27 0 3 13 6 0 0 13 21 0

0 14 7 10 19 7 7 14 0 16

38 14 0 7 7 28 6 35 7 6

7 49 0 35 21 6 17 13 3 27

30 34 7 35 28 14 14 42 12 34

6 42 38 0 17 8 42 6 28 14

14 14 17 21 14 7 30 21 10 34

38,000 47,100 25,000 23,902 22,000 36,000 n/a 34,500 25,500 45,000 23,292

1959 Overall: 4-6 S19 at Texas A&M S26 Oregon State O3 Tulsa O10 TCU O17 at Baylor O24 at SMU O30 at Tulane N7 at Arizona N14 Houston N21 at Arkansas (13) Head Coach: DeWitt Weaver

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20 15 8 8 7 13 7 26 27 8

14 14 7 14 14 21 17 30 0 27

25,000 20,000 12,000 23,000 n/a 30,000 n/a 14,500 20,000 35,000

31,500 54,000 38,000 31,500 32,000 19,000 36,500 24,500 18,400 25,000

1958 Overall: 3-7 S20 at Texas A&M (20) S27 West Texas State O4 at Texas (17) O11 at TCU O18 Baylor O31 at Tulane N8 Arizona N15 at Tulsa N22 Arkansas N29 at Houston Head Coach: DeWitt Weaver

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15 32 7 0 7 0 33 7 8 17

14 7 12 26 26 27 6 9 14 22

28,000 23,100 33,000 23,000 n/a 27,000 13,000 12,278 22,500 30,000

41,000 42,000 n/a 22,000 16,000 32,000 n/a 11,200 10,000 16,000

1957 Overall: 2-8 S21 West Texas State S28 Texas A&M (2) O5 at Louisiana State O12 at Texas Western O19 Baylor O26 at Arizona N2 at Oklahoma State N9 Tulsa N16 Hardin-Simmons N23 at Arkansas Head Coach: DeWitt Weaver

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0 0 14 14 12 28 0 0 26 26

19 21 19 26 15 6 13 3 21 47

22,000 27,000 16,000 11,000 23,000 13,000 25,000 18,500 13,000 19,000

33,000 43,500 38,500 25,500 32,500 17,000 34,000 20,000 41,000 25,000

1956 Overall: 2-7-1 S22 Texas Western S29 at Baylor O6 at Texas A&M (11) O13 West Texas State O27 at Arizona N3 Oklahoma A&M N10 TCU (17) N17 at Tulsa N24 Houston D1 at Hardin-Simmons Head Coach: DeWitt Weaver

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13 0 7 14 21 13 21 7 7 14

17 27 40 34 7 13 7 10 20 41

17,000 15,000 32,500 20,500 22,000 17,000 22,000 12,152 15,500 5,000

1955 Overall: 7-3-1 S17 at Texas S24 TCU O1 at Oklahoma A&M O8 at Texas Western O22 at Houston O29 West Texas State N5 Arizona N12 at Tulsa N19 College of Pacific N26 Hardin-Simmons J2 at Wyoming Head Coach: DeWitt Weaver

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20 0 24 27 0 27 27 34 13 16 14

14 32 6 27 7 24 7 7 7 14 21

47,000 28,000 16,000 14,000 28,000 16,000 17,000 14,322 16,500 13,000 14,500

30,000 13,000 52,000 25,000 29,000 32,000 26,000 15,000 20,000 30,000

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Continued 1954 Overall: 7-2-1 S18 at Texas A&M S25 West Texas State O2 Oklahoma A&M O9 Texas Western O16 at Louisiana State O23 at College of Pacific N6 at Arizona N13 Tulsa N20 Houston N27 at Hardin-Simmons Head Coach: DeWitt Weaver

41 33 13 55 13 7 28 55 61 61

9 7 13 28 20 20 14 13 14 19

16,500 14,000 24,500 15,000 25,000 14,171 23,000 18,000 14,000 7,500

1953 Overall: 11-1 4 (Gator Bowl) S19 West Texas State W S26 at Texas Western W O3 at Oklahoma A&M W O10 Texas A&M L O17 College of Pacific W O24 New Mexico A&M W O31 at Mississippi State (18) W N7 Arizona W N14 at Tulsa W N21 at Houston W N28 Hardin-Simmons W J1 Auburn (17) W Head Coach: DeWitt Weaver

40 27 27 14 34 71 27 52 49 41 46 35

14 6 13 27 7 0 20 27 7 21 12 13

14,500 7,000 10,000 26,114 12,000 6,000 16,000 16,500 12,000 20,000 15,000 28,641

1952 Overall: 3-7-1 S20 West Texas St. S27 at Rice O4 at College/Pacific O11 Texas Western O18 Baylor N1 Houston n/a at North Texas St. n/a at Hardin-Simmons n/a at Arizona n/a Tulsa (11) n/a North Carolina St. Head Coach: DeWitt Weaver

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7 34 42 20 21 20 34 14 14 26 7

n/a 37,000 15,700 n/a n/a 20,000 n/a 9,500 n/a n/a 11,000

1951 Overall: 7-4 (Sun Bowl) S22 West Texas State S29 at Texas A&M (6) O6 at Houston O13 TCU O20 at Baylor (10) O27 Arizona N3 at Texas Western n/a at Tulsa n/a at New Mexico n/a Hardin-Simmons J1 Pacific Head Coach: DeWitt Weaver

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46 7 0 33 20 41 27 14 60 28 25

7 20 6 19 40 0 7 21 14 21 14

16,000 27,000 24,000 19,000 22,000 16,000 8,500 n/a n/a n/a 17,000

1950 Overall: 3-8 S23 Texas (5) S30 Texas A&M* O7 West Texas State O14 at TCU O21 at Baylor O28 Texas Western N4 at Rice N11 Tulsa N18 at Arizona N25 New Mexico D2 Hardin-Simmons * = Played in San Antonio, Texas

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14 13 13 6 12 61 7 7 39 37 13

28 34 28 19 26 7 13 39 7 12 28

19,500 24,000 17,000 12,000 12,000 13,000 20,000 18,000 15,500 7,000 9,000

1948 Overall: 7-3 S18 West Texas St. S25 Texas A&M* O2 at SMU O9 at Tulsa O16 at Baylor (19) O23 at Arizona O30 Rice N6 Texas Western N20 New Mexico N27 at Hardin-Simm. * = Played in San Antonio, Texas Head Coach: Dell Morgan 1947 Overall: 6-5 (Sun Bowl) S20 at Texas S27 Texas A&M* O4 West Texas State O11 Tulsa O18 Baylor O25 at Denver N1 at Rice N8 Arizona N22 at New Mexico N29 Hardin-Simmons J1 Miami, Ohio * = Played in San Antonio, Texas Head Coach: Dell Morgan 1946 Overall: 8-3 S21 West Texas State S28 Texas A&M O5 at SMU O12 at Tulsa O19 Baylor O26 Denver N2 at Rice (8) N9 at New Mexico N16 Oklahoma A&M N23 at Arizona N30 at Hardin-Simmons * = Played in San Antonio, Texas Head Coach: Dell Morgan 1945 Overall: 3-5-2 S22 Southwestern S29 Texas A&M* O6 at Texas O13 Tulsa (16) O20 Baylor O27 West Texas St. N3 at Rice N10 TCU N17 at Ok. A&M (8) N24 at New Mexico * = Played in San Antonio, Texas Head Coach: Dell Morgan

20 0 7 35 15 7 27 0 13 27 23 13

0 43 26 19 0 28 7 28 0 0 13 20

10,500 28,000 19,740 16,800 15,000 18,000 9,000 18,000 13,000 10,000 15,500 10,000

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19 20 6 41 0 31 7 46 14 28

0 14 41 20 13 0 14 6 7 20

16,000 20,860 23,000 11,226 20,000 17,000 19,000 14,000 11,500 11,000

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0 7 21 14 6 36 7 41 26 14 12

33 29 13 7 32 7 40 28 20 6 13

30,000 20,000 11,000 13,000 14,000 17,947 16,000 11,000 11,000 20,000 18,000

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26 6 7 6 13 21 6 27 14 16 6

14 0 0 21 6 6 41 0 7 0 21

10,000 23,000 3,000 15,000 13,000 11,000 25,000 8,000 13,000 8,000 13,000

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7 6 0 7 7 12 0 12 6 6

0 16 33 18 7 6 13 0 46 6

n/a 22,831 n/a 9,000 9,000 6,000 17,000 10,000 n/a n/a

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13 14 7 7 19 35 13 0 13 6 7

27 27 14 34 21 6 7 14 7 7 6

n/a n/a n/a 8,500 n/a n/a 10,000 n/a 1,500 5,000 n/a

1943 Overall: 4-6-0 S18 Lubbock AAF S24 at Oklahoma A&M O2 at Texas A&M O9 at Tulsa O16 South Plains AAF O23 Lubbock AAF O30 at Rice N6 at TCU N13 North Texas Ag N20 at SMU Head Coach: Dell Morgan

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26 13 0 7 14 7 0 40 14 7

14 21 13 34 12 10 13 20 34 6

8,000 7,000 25,000 13,000 6,000 n/a 5,000 3,000 3,600 3,000

1942 Overall: 4-5-1 S26 West Texas State O3 at Texas A&M O10 Oklahoma A&M O17 Baylor O24 at New Mexico O31 at Rice N7 TCU N14 at Creighton N21 Hardin-Simmons N26 at Arizona Head Coach: Dell Morgan

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39 0 6 7 20 7 13 6 0 13

0 19 9 14 0 19 6 13 0 7

6,000 10,000 6,000 8,000 n/a 10,000 10,000 n/a 7,000 8,000

1941 Overall: 9-2 (Sun Bowl) S21 Abilene Christian O3 at Oklahoma A&M O10 at Loyola of Coast O18 Centenary O24 New Mexico O31 at Miami N8 Creighton N15 St. Louis N21 Hardin-Simmons N29 at Wake Forest J1 Tulsa Head Coach: Dell Morgan

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34 16 14 25 36 0 13 46 7 35 0

0 6 0 0 0 6 6 6 0 6 6

7,000 n/a na/ 7,000 7,000 25,000 6,000 n/a 16,000 5,000 14,000

1940 Overall: 9-1-1 S27 at Oklahoma A&M O5 Loyola of Coast O12 at Montana O18 Brigham Young O26 at Marquette N1 Miami N11 Centenary N16 Wake Forest N21 at Saint Louis N30 at New Mexico D7 at San Francisco Head Coach: Pete Cawthon

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6 19 32 21 20 61 26 12 7 14 23

6 0 19 20 13 14 6 7 6 19 21

9,000 9,000 n/a 7,000 9,000 9,000 8,000 10,000 9,272 600 7,000

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1944 Overall: 4-7 S23 Lubbock AAF S30 Texas A&M* O7 Oklahoma A&M O14 at Tulsa (13) O21 Southwestern O27 at West Texas St. N4 at Rice N11 at TCU N18 New Mexico N25 SMU D2 at S. Plains AAF * = Played in San Antonio, Texas Head Coach: Dell Morgan

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1939 Overall: 5-5-1 S23 at Texas Mines S30 Texas Wesleyan n/a Gonzaga n/a Arizona State n/a New Mexico O22 at Duquesne O29 at Miami n/a at Centenary n/a Marquette n/a Montana State n/a at Loyola/South Head Coach: Pete Cawthon

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1938 Overall: 10-1 (Cotton Bowl) S17 Montana State W S24 Wyoming W S30 at Duquesne W O8 at Oklahoma City W O15 at Montana W O22 at Tex. Mines* W N5 Loyola of the South W N11 Gonzaga W N19 New Mexico W N26 Marquette W J2 St. Mary’s (Calif.) L * = Played in Odessa, Texas Head Coach: Pete Cawthon 1937 Overall: 8-4 (Sun Bowl) S18 Arizona State S25 at Texas O2 Montana O9 at Detroit O16 Arizona O23 New Mexico O30 at Oklahoma A&M N5 at Loyola/South N11 Duquesne N20 at Centenary N25 Creighton J1 West Virginia Head Coach: Pete Cawthon 1936 Overall: 5-4-1 S19 at Texas Wesleyan S26 TCU O3 Oklahoma City O9 Wichita O24 Centenary N6 Oklahoma A&M N12 at Loyola of Coast N20 DePaul N26 at Loyola of South D5 at Arizona Head Coach: Pete Cawthon 1935 Overall: 5-3-2 S20 at Hardin-Simm. S27 Daniel Baker O4 Wichita O12 at DePaul O5 at Loyola of Coast N2 Oklahoma A&M N11 Arizona N23 St. Mary’s * N28 Detroit D7 at Oklahoma City * = Played in San Antonio, Texas Head Coach: Pete Cawthon

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2 30 0 54 19 0 0 0 19 13 13

35 39 7 60 19 14 55 7 17 21 13

6 12 6 0 20 27 14 25 13 7 27 6 26 7 34 0 12 12 7 6 0 7

9 27 13 0 0 14 6 27 7 7

7 0 6 0 7 13 19 0 22 0 0

0 0 6 0 13 7 0 0 7 2 20

0 25 13 34 0 0 6 6 0 2 0 7 7 0 6 6 6 0 26 13 14 7

0 6 7 0 16 0 7 0 12 7

n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 8,000 n/a n/a

7,500 n/a 12,000 7,000 8,000 7,000 8,000 10,000 6,500 12,000 n/a

4,200 10,000 8,000 11,000 4,500 7,500 n/a 5,000 12,000 n/a 7,000 12,000 4,500 12,000 7,000 n/a 8,000 n/a 35,000 n/a 5,000 7,500

6,500 n/a n/a 3,000 18,000 n/a 5,500 n/a n/a 2,000

1934 Overall: 7-2-1 S22 Texas S29 McMurry O5 Baylor O12 at Oklahoma City O26 at Loyola of Coast N2 Texas Mines N9 Hardin-Simmons N16 DePaul N23 North Dakota St. N29 at Arizona Head Coach: Pete Cawthon

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6 24 14 20 7 27 13 48 20 14

12 7 7 0 12 0 0 19 20 7

8,000 n/a 5,000 n/a 19,000 n/a 3,500 4,000 3,500 7,000

1929 Overall: 1-7-2 S27 Wayland O5 Sul Ross O12 at Daniel Baker O19 at McMurry O26 TCU N2 at Baylor N11 Abilene Christian N19 Howard Payne N28 at Simmons D6 at WT Teachers Head Coach: Grady Higgenbotham

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19 7 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0

0 7 6 0 22 34 7 24 21 20

3,500 6,000 2,700 n/a 6,500 n/a 4,000 1,500 5,000 1,500

1933 Overall: 8-1-1 S29 SMU O6 at Dixie University O14 at Arizona O20 Louisiana Tech O28 at Texas Mines N4 Haskell Indians N11 Simmons N17 Baylor N30 Kansas State Head Coach: Pete Cawthon

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0 33 7 40 12 26 7 13 6

14 0 0 10 0 6 0 0 0

6,000 n/a 5,000 4,178 n/a n/a 6,500 n/a 7,500

1928 Overall: 4-4-1 S29 Schreiner O6 at Texas O13 St. Edward’s O20 at McMurry O27 at TCU N2 at Daniel Baker N10 Abilene Christian N17 Simmons N29 at WT Teachers Head Coach: E.Y. Freeland

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7 0 13 3 6 0 0 0 18

0 12 6 0 28 0 7 19 7

n/a n/a n/a n/a 6,000 n/a n/a n/a 6,000

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44 0 6 64 21 43 21 39 79 14 39 12

0 7 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 2 6 13

2,500 5,000 n/a 3,300 3,500 n/a n/a 8,000 4,000 5,000 n/a 4,000

1927 Overall: 5-4 S24 Panhandle A&M O1 St. Edward’s O8 at TCU O15 Simmons O22 Sul Ross O28 Texas A&M N5 Daniel Baker N11 at Abi. Christian N24 WT Teachers Head Coach: E.Y. Freeland

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62 13 6 10 6 6 19 3 9

0 6 16 6 0 47 7 6 12

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1931 Overall: 6-3 S25 at WT Teachers O3 at NM A&M O13 at Haskell Indians O23 Colorado Mines O31 at Baylor N6 Abilene Christian N11 at Texas Mines N20 New Mexico N26 at Simmons Head Coach: Pete Cawthon

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1926 Overall: 6-1-3 S21 at McMurry O2 Schreiner O8 St. Edward’s O15 at Simmons O23 Clarendon O30 at TCU N5 at Daniel Baker N11 Abilene Christian N18 Howard Payne N25 at WT Teachers Head Coach: E.Y. Freeland

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TEXAS TECH IN THE NATIONAL POLLS ASSOCIATED PRESS 2011 October 23 ____________________ 19 2009 Final________________________ 21 October 18 ____________________ 21 2008 Final________________________ 12 December 7 ____________________ 8 November 30 ___________________ 8 November 23 ___________________ 7 November 16 ___________________ 2 November 9 ____________________ 2 November 2 ____________________ 2 October 26 _____________________ 6 October 19 _____________________ 8 October 12 _____________________ 7 October 5 ______________________ 7 September 28 ___________________ 7 September 21 __________________ 10 September 14 __________________ 11 September 7 ___________________ 12 September 2 ___________________ 12 August 16 ____________________ 12 2007 Final _______________________ 22 October 14 ____________________ 22 2006 September 10 __________________ 24 September 5 ___________________ 24 August 18 ____________________ 25 2005 Final________________________ 20 December 4 ___________________ 18 November 27 __________________ 18 November 20 __________________ 18 November 13 __________________ 21 November 6 ___________________ 13 October 30 ____________________ 16 October 23 ____________________ 17 October 16 ____________________ 10 October 9 _____________________ 13 October 2 _____________________ 15 September 25 __________________ 16 September 18 __________________ 19 September 11 __________________ 19 September 6 ___________________ 21 August 20 ____________________ 21 2004 Final________________________ 18 December 5 ___________________ 23 November 28 __________________ 24 2002 November 17 __________________ 24 1998 October 19 ____________________ 25 October 12 ____________________ 22 1995 Final________________________ 23 October 31 ____________________ 23 October 24 ____________________ 22 October 17 ____________________ 25 WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

October 10 ____________________ 25 September 26 __________________ 24 1989 Final________________________ 19 December 12 __________________ 24 December 5 ___________________ 25 November 28 __________________ 25 November 21 __________________ 18 November 14 __________________ 20 November 7 ___________________ 23 1977 November 14 __________________ 16 November 7 ___________________ 18 October 24 ____________________ 14 October 17 ____________________ 13 October 10 ____________________ 15 October 3 _____________________ 17 September 26 __________________ 13 September 19 ___________________ 7 September 12 ___________________ 8 Preseason (Date N/A)_______________ 8 1976 Final________________________ 13 November 30 ___________________ 9 November 23 ___________________ 9 November 16 ___________________ 5 November 9 ____________________ 5 November 2 ____________________ 5 October 26 _____________________ 6 October 19 _____________________ 8 October 12 ____________________ 10 October 5 _____________________ 15 September 28 __________________ 17 September 21 __________________ 20 1974 November 11 __________________ 20 November 4 ___________________ 19 October 28 ____________________ 13 October 21 ____________________ 11 October 14 ____________________ 17 October 7 ______________________ 9 September 30 __________________ 10 1973 Final________________________ 11 December 3 ___________________ 11 November 26 __________________ 12 November 19 __________________ 12 November 12 __________________ 12 November 5 ___________________ 12 October 29 ____________________ 15 October 22 ____________________ 18 September 10 __________________ 20 Preseason (Date N/A)______________ 20 1972 November 20 __________________ 20 November 6 ___________________ 15 October 30 ____________________ 18 1970 December 7 ___________________ 19 November 16 __________________ 19

October 12 ____________________ 17 1968 October 21 ____________________ 19 October 14 ____________________ 15 1967 October 2 _____________________ 10 1965 November 29 __________________ 10 November 22 __________________ 10 November 15 ___________________ 9 1955 September 19 __________________ 12 1954 October 11 ____________________ 20 September 27 __________________ 17 September 20 __________________ 14 Preseason (Date N/A)______________ 19 1953 Final________________________ 12 November 23 __________________ 14 November 16 __________________ 17 November 9 ___________________ 19 1940 November 25 __________________ 18 November 18 __________________ 20 1938 Final________________________ 11 November 28 __________________ 14 November 21 __________________ 17 November 14 __________________ 19 ASSOCIATED PRESS POLL BREAKDOWN Total Number of Weeks Ranked _______ 126 Total Number of Weeks Ranked In Top 10__ 30 Seasons Ranked In The Final Poll _______ 11 Highest Final Ranking ______ 11 (1973, 1938) Consecutive Weeks Ranked ___ 20 (2004-2006) Highest Ranking _______2 (Nov. 2, 9, 16 2008) COACHES POLL 2011 October 23 ____________________ 22 2009 Final________________________ 23 October 18 ____________________ 24 2008 Final________________________ 12 December 7 ____________________ 8 November 30 ___________________ 8 November 23 ___________________ 8 November 16 ___________________ 2 November 9 ____________________ 2 November 2 ____________________ 3 October 26 _____________________ 5 October 19 _____________________ 6 October 12 _____________________ 5 October 5 ______________________ 7 September 28 ___________________ 8 September 21 ___________________ 9 September 14 __________________ 10 September 7 ___________________ 12 August 31 ____________________ 13 Preseason ____________________ 14

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TEXAS TECH IN THE NATIONAL POLLS Continued 1976 Final________________________ 13 November 29 ___________________ 8 November 22 __________________ 10 November 15 ___________________ 5 November 8 ____________________ 5 November 1 ____________________ 5 October 25 _____________________ 6 October 18 _____________________ 9 October 11 ____________________ 10 October 4 _____________________ 18 September 20 __________________ 19 September 13 __________________ 16 1974 November 11 __________________ 18 October 28 ____________________ 13 October 21 ____________________ 15 October 7 ______________________ 7 September 30 ___________________ 7 1973 Final________________________ 11 December 3 ___________________ 11 November 26 __________________ 13 November 19 __________________ 13 November 12 __________________ 12 November 5 ___________________ 14 October 29 ____________________ 17 October 22 ____________________ 16 1972 November 6 ___________________ 15 October 30 ____________________ 16 1968 November 11 __________________ 18 October 21 ____________________ 19 October 14 ____________________ 15 1965 November 29 __________________ 10 November 22 ___________________ 9 November 15 ___________________ 9 November 1 ____________________ 9 1954 October 4 _____________________ 18 September 27 __________________ 12 1953 Final________________________ 12 November 23 __________________ 11 COACHES POLL BREAKDOWN Total Number of Weeks Ranked _______ 109 Total Number of Weeks Ranked In Top 10__ 26 Seasons Ranked In The Final Poll _______ 10 Highest Final Ranking __________11 (1973) Consecutive Weeks Ranked ___ 25 (2004-2006) Highest Ranking ________ 2 (Nov. 9, 16 2008)

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2007 Final________________________ 23 November 18 __________________ 24 October 14 ____________________ 21 2006 October 1 _____________________ 24 September 24 __________________ 24 September 10 __________________ 22 September 3 ___________________ 24 August 20 ____________________ 25 Preseason ____________________ 25 2005 Final________________________ 19 December 4 ___________________ 15 November 27 __________________ 16 November 20 __________________ 17 November 13 __________________ 19 November 6 ___________________ 13 October 30 ____________________ 17 October 23 ____________________ 16 October 16 _____________________ 8 October 9 _____________________ 11 October 2 _____________________ 13 September 25 __________________ 13 September 18 __________________ 16 September 11 __________________ 19 September 4 ___________________ 19 Preseason ____________________ 21 2004 Final________________________ 17 December 5 ___________________ 21 November 28 __________________ 20 November 7 ___________________ 25 October 17 ____________________ 24 2003 October 12 ____________________ 23 2002 November 17 __________________ 23 1998 October 18 ____________________ 25 October 11 ____________________ 23 1995 Final________________________ 20 December 4 ___________________ 25 October 30 ____________________ 24 October 23 ____________________ 25 1989 Final________________________ 16 December 4 ___________________ 19 November 20 __________________ 17 November 13 __________________ 19 November 6 ___________________ 19 1977 November 14 __________________ 16 October 24 ____________________ 13 October 17 ____________________ 13 October 10 ____________________ 15 October 3 _____________________ 16 September 26 __________________ 19 September 19 ___________________ 6 September 12 ___________________ 8

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BOWL HISTORY Texas Tech has made 34 postseason bowl appearances in its 87-year history and ranks among the top 20 programs all-time in bowl games played. The Red Raiders rank third among current Big 12 Conference programs in appearances. ALL-TIME BOWL APPEARANCES School Appearances 1. Alabama _____________________ 59 2. Texas _______________________ 50 3. Tennessee ____________________ 49 4. USC ________________________ 48 Nebraska _____________________ 48 6. Georgia ______________________ 47 7. Oklahoma ____________________ 45 8. Penn State ____________________ 44 9. LSU ________________________ 43 Ohio State ____________________ 43 11. Michigan _____________________ 41 Georgia Tech ___________________ 41 13. Arkansas _____________________ 39 Florida State ___________________ 39 Florida_______________________ 39 16. Auburn ______________________ 37 17. Texas Tech ____________________ 34 Miami (Fla.)____________________ 34 19. Mississippi ____________________ 33 Texas A&M ____________________ 33 Clemson _____________________ 33 22. UCLA _______________________ 31 Washington ___________________ 31 West Virginia __________________ 31 25. BYU ________________________ 30 Notre Dame ___________________ 30

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2010 TICKETCITY BOWL Texas Tech 45, Northwestern 38 Most Valuable Player: Taylor Potts, QB 2009 VALERO ALAMO BOWL Texas Tech 41, Michigan State 31 Most Valuable Player: Taylor Potts, QB 2008 AT&T COTTON BOWL Mississippi 47, Texas Tech 34 2007 KONICA-MINOLTA GATOR BOWL Texas Tech 31, Virginia 28 Most Valuable Player: Graham Harrell, QB 2006 INSIGHT BOWL Texas Tech 44, Minnesota 41 (OT) Offensive MVP: Graham Harrell, QB Defensive MVP: Antonio Huffman, DB 2005 AT&T COTTON BOWL Alabama 13, Texas Tech 10 Scholar-Athlete Award: David Schaefer 2004 PACIFIC LIFE HOLIDAY BOWL Texas Tech 45, California 31 Offensive MVP: Sonny Cumbie, QB Defensive MVP: Vincent Meeks, FS 2003 HOUSTON BOWL Texas Tech 38, Navy 14 Most Valuable Player: B.J. Symons, QB Defensive MVP: Adell Duckett, DE 2002 MAZDA TANGERINE BOWL Texas Tech 55, Clemson 15 Most Valuable Player: Kliff Kingsbury, QB Defensive MVP: John Saldi 2001 MASTERCARD ALAMO BOWL Iowa 19, Texas Tech 16 Sportsmanship Award: Anton Paige, WR 2000 GALLERYFURNITURE.COM BOWL East Carolina 40, Texas Tech 27 1998 SANFORD INDEPENDENCE BOWL Mississippi 35, Texas Tech 18 Scholar-Athlete Award: Keith Cockrum 1996 BUILDERS SQUARE ALAMO BOWL Iowa 27, Texas Tech 0 Sportsmanship Award: Shane Dunn, OL 1995 WIESER LOCK COPPER BOWL Texas Tech 55, Air Force 41 Most Valuable Player: Byron Hanspard Offensive MVP: Zebbie Lethridge, QB 1994 COTTON BOWL USC 55, Texas Tech 14 1993 JOHN HANCOCK BOWL Oklahoma 41, Texas Tech 10 Most Valuable Lineman: Shawn Jackson 1989 ALL-AMERICAN BOWL Texas Tech 49, Duke 21 Most Valuable Player: James Gray 1986 INDEPENDENCE BOWL Mississippi 20, Texas Tech 17 Outstanding Def. Player: James Mosley 1977 TANGERINE BOWL Florida State 40, Texas Tech 17 1976 BLUEBONNET BOWL Nebraska 27, Texas Tech 24 Most Valuable Back: Rodney Allison, QB 1974 PEACH BOWL Texas Tech 6, Vanderbilt 6 Outstanding Off. Player: Larry Isaac, RB

1973 GATOR BOWL Texas Tech 28, Tennessee 19 Most Valuable Player: Joe Barnes, QB 1972 SUN BOWL North Carolina 32, Texas Tech 28 Most Valuable Player: George Smith Most Valuable Lineman: Ecomet Burley 1970 SUN BOWL Georgia Tech 17, Texas Tech 9 1965 GATOR BOWL Georgia Tech 31, Texas Tech 21 Most Valuable Player: Donny Anderson, RB 1964 SUN BOWL Georgia 7, Texas Tech 0 1955 SUN BOWL Wyoming 21, Texas Tech 14 1953 GATOR BOWL Texas Tech 35, Auburn 13 Most Valuable Player: Bobby Cavazos 1951 SUN BOWL Texas Tech 25, Pacific 14 1948 RAISIN BOWL San Jose State 20, Texas Tech 13 1947 SUN BOWL Miami (Ohio) 13, Texas Tech 12 1941 SUN BOWL Tulsa 6, Texas Tech 0 Most Valuable Player: Ty Bain 1938 COTTON BOWL St. Mary’s (Calif.) 20, Texas Tech 13 Outstanding Player: Elmer Tarbox, DB 1937 SUN BOWL West Virginia 7, Texas Tech 6

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BOWL RECORDS INDIVIDUAL RECORDS RUSHING Most Attempts 33 James Gray vs. Duke ___________________ 1989 All-American 27 Byron Morris vs. Oklahoma _______________ 1993 John Hancock 24 Byron Hanspard vs. Air Force __________________ 1995 Copper

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Derek Dorris vs. East Carolina _____________2000 galleryfurniture Mickey Peters vs. Navy ____________________ 2003 Houston Jarrett Hicks vs. California____________________2004 Holiday Edward Britton vs. Mississippi _________________ 2008 Cotton Lyle Leong vs. Northwestern ________________ 2010 TicketCity

Most Net Yards 280 James Gray vs. Duke ___________________ 1989 All-American 260 Byron Hanspard vs. Air Force __________________ 1995 Copper 172 George Smith vs. North Carolina __________________ 1972 Sun

KICKING Most FGs made 2 Brian Hall vs. Vanderbilt______________________1974 Peach Tony Rogers vs. Air Force ____________________ 1995 Copper Robert Treece vs. Iowa ______________________ 2001 Alamo Robert Treece vs. Clemson _________________ 2002 Tangerine Matt Williams vs. Michigan State _______________ 2009 Alamo

Highest Average Per Carry (10 carry min.) 12.3 George Smith vs. North Carolina __________________ 1972 Sun 10.9 Bobby Cavazos vs. Auburn ____________________ 1953 Gator 10.8 Byron Hanspard vs. Air Force __________________ 1995 Copper

Most PATs 7 Tony Rogers vs. Air Force ____________________ 1995 Copper 6 Alex Trlica vs. California _____________________2004 Holiday Matt Williams vs. Northwestern ______________ 2010 TicketCity

Most rushing TDs 4 James Gray vs. Duke ___________________ 1989 All-American 4 Byron Hanspard vs. Air Force __________________ 1995 Copper 3 Bobby Cavazos vs. Auburn ____________________ 1953 Gator 3 George Smith vs. North Carolina __________________ 1972 Sun

Most Points Scored 13 Tony Rogers vs. Air Force ____________________ 1995 Copper 12 Derek Dorris vs. East Carolina _____________2000 galleryfurniture Mickey Peters vs. Navy ____________________ 2003 Houston Jarrett Hicks vs. California____________________2004 Holiday Taurean Henderson vs. California _______________2004 Holiday Lyle Leong vs. Northwestern ________________ 2010 TicketCity

Longest Rushing TD 86 Eric Stephens vs. Northwestern ______________ 2010 TicketCity PASSING Most Attempts 69 Graham Harrell vs. Virginia ____________________ 2007 Gator 60 Sonny Cumbie vs. California __________________2004 Holiday 58 Graham Harrell vs. Mississippi _________________ 2008 Cotton Most Completions 44 Graham Harrell vs. Virginia ____________________ 2007 Gator 43 Taylor Potts vs. Northwester ________________ 2010 TicketCity 41 B.J. Symons vs. Navy ______________________ 2003 Houston Highest Percentage of Completions (10 attempt min.) 77.4 B.J. Symons vs. Navy ______________________ 2003 Houston 74.4 Kliff Kingsbury vs. Clemson _________________ 2002 Tangerine 72.7 Joe Barnes vs. Tennessee _____________________ 1973 Gator Most Yards Gained 520 Sonny Cumbie vs. California __________________2004 Holiday 497 B.J. Symons vs. Navy ______________________ 2003 Houston 445 Graham Harrell vs. Minnesota _________________ 2006 Insight Most TD Passes 4 Kliff Kingsbury vs. East Carolina ___________2000 galleryfurniture 4 B.J. Symons vs. Navy ______________________ 2003 Houston 4 Graham Harrell vs. Mississippi _________________ 2008 Cotton 4 Taylor Potts vs. Northwestern _______________ 2010 TicketCity

Most Yards Gained 162 Joel Filani vs. Minnesota ____________________ 2006 Insight 147 Darrell Jones vs. East Carolina ____________2000 galleryfurniture Trey Haverty vs. California ___________________2004 Holiday Most TD Receptions 2 Billy Taylor vs. Nebraska __________________ 1976 Bluebonnet

TOTAL OFFENSE Most Offensive Plays 73 Graham Harrell vs. Virginia ____________________ 2007 Gator 64 Graham Harrell vs. Mississippi _________________ 2008 Cotton 62 Sonny Cumbie vs. California __________________2004 Holiday Most Yards 514 Sonny Cumbie vs. California __________________2004 Holiday 500 B.J. Symons vs. Navy ______________________ 2003 Houston 439 Graham Harrell vs. Minnesota _________________ 2006 Insight TEAM RECORDS Most Net Yards Rushing _______________361 vs. Air Force, 1995 Copper Highest Average per Rush ______________ 9.3 vs. Air Force, 1995 Copper Most Passing Attempts__________________ 69 vs. Virginia, 2007 Gator Most Completions _____________________ 44 vs. Virginia, 2007 Gator Most Interceptions ___________________5 vs. St. Mary’s, 1938 Cotton Highest Completion Pct. ________________77.4 vs. Navy, 2003 Houston Most Passing Yards _________________520 vs. California, 2004 Holiday Most TD Passes ____________________ 5 vs. Clemson, 2002 Tangerine Most Plays (Total Offense) ___________ 85/ 2009 Alamo & 2010 TicketCity Most Yards (Total Offense) ______________606 vs. Air Force, 1995 Copper Most Points _______________________ 55 vs. Air Force, 1995 Copper __________________________55 vs. Clemson, 2002 Tangerine Most Points Allowed ____________________ 55 vs. USC, 1994 Cotton Most Touchdowns ____________________ 7 vs. Air Force, 1995 Copper __________________________ 7 vs. Duke, 1989 All-American Most Field Goals _____________________ 2 vs. Air Force, 1995 Copper ____________________________2 vs. Vanderbilt, 1974 Peach __________________________ 2 vs. Clemson, 2002 Tangerine ________________________ 2 vs. Michigan State, 2009 Alamo Most Points in One Quarter _________24 (4th) vs. Minnesota, 2006 Insight Most Points in One Half ______________34 vs. Clemson, 2002 Tangerine Most First Downs _______________34 vs. Northwestern, 2010 TicketCity Most Penalties Against____________________12 vs. Pacific, 1951 Sun Most Yards Penalized __________________ 127 vs. Navy, 2003 Houston Most Fumbles Lost __________________________ 3 vs. four teams WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

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RECEIVING Most Receptions 11 Joel Filani vs Minnesota _____________________ 2006 Insight 10 Eric Morris vs. Mississippi ____________________ 2008 Cotton 10 Taylor Potts vs. Northwestern _______________ 2010 TicketCity

Longest FG 52 Alex Trlica vs. Minnesota ____________________ 2006 Insight 50 Clinton Greathouse vs. Iowa __________________ 2001 Alamo

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PASSING RECORDS GAME Most Attempts: ______________________ 72 Graham Harrell vs. Oklahoma (2007) Most Completions: ____________________ 49 Kliff Kingsbury at Texas A&M (2002); vs. Missouri (2002) Highest Completion Percentage: _________ 90.9% Seth Doege at New Mexico (2011); 40-of-44 Most Yards per Completion: _____________ 28.8 Kliff Kingsbury vs. Oklahoma (1999); 9-of-17, 259 yards Consecutive Completions: _______________ 15 Seth Doege at New Mexico (2011) Taylor Potts vs. Baylor, Cotton Bowl Stadium (2010) Most Yards: _________________________661 B.J. Symons at Mississippi (2003) Most Yards by Class: Freshman: 422, Billy Joe Tolliver vs. TCU (1985) Sophomore: 519, Graham Harrell vs. Texas (2006) Junior: 646, Graham Harrell at Oklahoma State (2007) Senior: 661, B.J. Symons at Mississippi (2003) Most Touchdowns: _____________________ 8 B.J. Symons vs. Texas A&M (2003) Miscellaneous: Longest Texas Tech Pass: ________________ 95 Robert Hall to Rodney Blackshear vs. Houston (1991) Most Passing Yards In A Half: ______________370 Steven Sheffield vs. Kansas State (2009) - First Half SINGLE-GAME YARDAGE LEADERS 1. B.J. Symons at Mississippi (2003) _______661 2. Graham Harrell at Oklahoma State (2007) __646 3. Cody Hodges vs. Kansas State (2005) _____643 4. B.J. Symons at N.C. State (2003) ________586 5. B.J. Symons at Oklahoma State (2003) ____552 6. Graham Harrell vs. E. Washington (2008) __536 7. Sonny Cumbie vs. California (2004) ______520 8. Graham Harrell vs. Texas (2006) ________519 9. Kliff Kingsbury vs. Missouri (2002) ______510 10. B.J. Symons vs. Texas A&M (2003) _______505 SEASON Most Attempts: ______________________719 B.J. Symons (2003) Most Completions: ____________________512 Graham Harrell (2007) Highest Completion Percentage: _________ 71.8% Graham Harrell (2007); 512-of-713 Most Yards per Completion: _____________ 15.1 Billy Joe Tolliver (1988); 190 completions, 2,869 yards Most Yards: ______________________ 5,833 B.J. Symons (2003) Most Yards by Class: Freshman: 1,596, Zebbie Lethridge (1994) Sophomore: 4,555, Graham Harrell (2006) Junior: 5,705, Graham Harrell (2007) Senior: 5,833, B.J. Symons (2003) Most Yards per Game: ________________ 448.7 B.J. Symons (2003); 5,833/13 Most Touchdowns: ____________________ 52, B.J. Symons (2003) Miscellaneous: Most 300-Yard Games: _______________ 13 Graham Harrell (2007) Most 400-Yard Games: _______________ 11 Graham Harrell (2007)

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SINGLE-SEASON YARDAGE LEADERS 1. B.J. Symons (2003) ______________ 2. Graham Harrell (2007) ___________ 3. Graham Harrell (2008) ___________ 4. Kliff Kingsbury (2002) ____________ 5. Sonny Cumbie (2004) ____________ 6. Graham Harrell (2006) ___________ 7. Cody Hodges (2005) _____________ 8. Seth Doege (2011) ______________ 9. Taylor Potts (2010) ______________ 10. Seth Doege (2011) ______________

5,833 5,705 5,111 5,017 4,742 4,555 4,238 4,004 3,726 3,644

SINGLE-SEASON YARD PER GAME LEADERS 1. B.J. Symons (2003) ______________ 2. Graham Harrell (2007) ___________ 3. Sonny Cumbie (2004) ____________ 4. Graham Harrell (2008) ___________ 5. Kliff Kingsbury (2002) ____________ 6. Cody Hodges (2005) _____________ 7. Graham Harrell (2006) ___________ 8. Seth Doege (2011) ______________ 9. Kliff Kingsbury (2001) ____________ 10. Taylor Potts (2009) ______________

448.7 438.8 395.2 393.2 358.4 353.2 350.4 333.7 318.4 286.7

SINGLE-SEASON TOUCHDOWN LEADERS 1. B.J. Symons (2003) ________________ 2. Graham Harrell (2007) _____________ 3. Kliff Kingsbury (2002) ______________ Graham Harrell (2008) _____________ 5. Graham Harrell (2006) _____________ 6. Taylor Potts (2010) ________________ 7. Sonny Cumbie (2004) ______________ 8. Cody Hodges (2005) _______________ Taylor Potts (2010) ________________ 10. Seth Doege (2011) ________________

52 48 45 45 38 35 32 31 31 28

SINGLE-SEASON PASS ATTEMPT LEADERS 1. B.J. Symons (2003) ________________719 2. Graham Harrell (2007) _____________713 3. Kliff Kingsbury (2002) ______________712 4. Sonny Cumbie (2004) ______________642 5. Graham Harrell (2008) _____________626 6. Graham Harrell (2006) _____________617 7. Kliff Kingsbury (2000) ______________585 8. Seth Doege (2011) ________________581 9. Taylor Potts (2010) ________________551 10. Cody Hodges (2005) _______________531 SINGLE-SEASON COMPLETION LEADERS 1. Graham Harrell (2007) _____________512 2. Kliff Kingsbury (2002) ______________479 3. B.J. Symons (2003) ________________470 4. Graham Harrell (2008) _____________442 5. Sonny Cumbie (2004) ______________421 6. Graham Harrell (2006) _____________412 7. Seth Doege (2011) ________________398 8. Taylor Potts (2010) ________________369 9. Kliff Kingsbury (2001) ______________365 10. Kliff Kingsbury (2000) ______________362

Most Attempts: ____________________ 2,062 Graham Harrell (2005-08) Most Completions: __________________ 1,403 Graham Harrell (2005-08) Highest Completion Percentage: __________ 68.0 Graham Harrell (2005-08); 1,403-of-2,062 Most Yards per Completion: _____________ 14.9 Rodney Allison (1974-77); 161 completions, 2,411 yards Most Yards: _______________________15,793 Graham Harrell (2005-08) Most Yards per Game: ________________ 350.9 Graham Harrell (2005-08);15,793.45 games Most Touchdowns: ____________________134 Graham Harrell (2005-08) Miscellaneous: Most 300-Yard Games: _______________ 32 Graham Harrell (2005-08) Most 400-Yard Games: _______________ 20 Graham Harrell (2005-08) CAREER YARDAGE LEADERS 1. Graham Harrell (2005-08) _________15,793 2. Kliff Kingsbury (1999-02) __________12,429 3. Robert Hall (1990-93) ____________ 7,908 4. Taylor Potts (2007-10) ____________ 7,835 5. Zebbie Lethridge (1994-97) ________ 6,789 6. Billy Joe Tolliver (1985-88) _________ 6,756 7. B.J. Symons (2000-03) ___________ 6,378 8. Sonny Cumbie (2001-04) __________ 5,116 9. Ron Reeves (1978-81) ____________ 4,688 10. Seth Doege (2009-11) ____________ 4,431 CAREER TOUCHDOWN LEADERS 1. Graham Harrell (2005-2008) __________134 2. Kliff Kingsbury (1999-02) ____________ 95 3. Taylor Potts (2007-10) ______________ 62 4. B.J. Symons (2000-03) _____________ 59 5. Robert Hall (1990-93) ______________ 48 6. Zebbie Lethridge (1994-97) __________ 42 7. Billy Joe Tolliver (1985-88) ___________ 38 8. Sonny Cumbie (2001-04) ____________ 33 Cody Hodges (2002-05) _____________ 33 10. Ron Reeves (1978-81) ______________ 31 CAREER PASS ATTEMPTS LEADERS 1. Graham Harrell (2005-08) _________ 2,062 2. Kliff Kingsbury (1999-02) __________ 1,883 3. Taylor Potts (2007-10) ____________ 1,106 4. Zebbie Lethridge (1994-97) ________ 1,070 5. Billy Joe Tolliver (1985-88) _________ 1,008 6. Robert Hall (1990-93) ______________997 7. B.J. Symons (2000-03) _____________797 8. Ron Reeves (1978-81) ______________763 9. Sonny Cumbie (2001-04) ____________704 10. Seth Doege (2009-11) ______________646 CAREER COMPLETION LEADERS 1. Graham Harrell (2005-08) _________ 1,403 2. Kliff Kingsbury (1999-02) __________ 1,231 3. Taylor Potts (2007-10) ______________733 4. B.J. Symons (2000-03) _____________554 5. Robert Hall (1990-93) ______________548 6. Zebbie Lethridge (1994-97) __________519 7. Billy Joe Tolliver (1985-88) ___________493 8. Sonny Cumbie (2001-04) ____________461 9. Seth Doege (2009-11) ______________439 10. Cody Hodges (2002-05) _____________360

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Most Receptions: _____________________ 16 Eric Ward vs. Baylor (2011) Most Receptions by Class: Freshman: 15, Michael Crabtree vs. UTEP (2007) Sophomore: 16, Eric Ward vs. Baylor (2011); Wes Welker vs. Texas A&M (2001) Junior: 14, Wes Welker vs. Texas (2002) Senior: 15, Robert Johnson vs. SMU (2006) Most Yards: ________________________255 Joel Filani vs. Kansas State (2005) Most Yards by Class: Freshman: 244, Michael Crabtree at Rice (2007) Sophomore: 241, Donnie Hart vs. Texas (1996) Junior: 255, Joel Filani vs. Kansas State (2005) Senior: 251, Rodney Blackshear vs. Houston (1991) Most Yards per Reception: ______________ 50.2 Rodney Blackshear vs. Houston (1991); 5 rec.,251 yards Most Touchdowns: _____________________ 4 Derek Dorris at Kansas (2000) Miscellaneous: Longest Texas Tech Reception (Game): _______ 95 Rodney Blackshear from Robert Hall vs. Houston (1991) SINGLE-GAME RECEPTION LEADERS 1. Eric Ward vs. Baylor (2011) ____________ 2. Robert Johnson vs. SMU (2006) _________ Michael Crabtree vs. UTEP (2007) ________ 4. Wes Welker vs. Texas (2002) ___________ Danny Amendola at Oklahoma State (2007)__ Michael Crabtree at Oklahoma State (2007) __ 7. Ricky Williams vs. North Texas (2001)______ Taurean Henderson at Texas A&M (2002) ___ Wes Welker at Missouri (2003) __________ 10. Larry Gilbert vs. Florida State (1966) ______ Leonard Harris vs. Houston (1983) _______ Lloyd Hill vs. Wyoming (1992) __________ Ricky Williams vs. Oklahoma (2001) ______ Nehemiah Glover vs. Nebraska (2004) _____ Danny Amendola vs. UTEP (2007) ________ Michael Crabtree vs. Oklahoma (2007) _____ Darrin Moore vs. Texas State (2011) _______ Alex Torres vs. Kansas State (2011) _______

Most Receptions: _____________________134 Michael Crabtree (2007) Most Receptions by Class: Freshman: 134, Michael Crabtree (2007) Sophomore: 97, Michael Crabtree (2008) Junior: 86, Wes Welker (2002) Senior: 109, Danny Amendola (2007) Most Yards: ______________________ 1,962 Michael Crabtree (2007) Most Yards by Class: Freshman: 1,962, Michael Crabtree (2007) Sophomore: 1,177, Jarrett Hicks (2004) Junior: 1,261, Lloyd Hill (1992) Senior: 1,300, Joel Filani (2006) Most Yards per Reception: ______________ 22.1 Rodney Blackshear (1990) Most Touchdowns: ____________________ 22 Michael Crabtree (2007) Miscellaneous: Most 100-Yard Games: ________________ 11 Michael Crabtree (2007)

16 15 15 14 14 14 13 13 13 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

SINGLE-GAME YARDAGE LEADERS 1. Joel Filani vs. Kansas State (2005) ________255 2. Rodney Blackshear vs. Houston (1991) _____251 3. Leonard Harris vs. Houston (1983) _______248 4. Michael Crabtree at Rice (2007) _________244 5. Donnie Hart vs. Texas (1996) ___________241 6. Michael Crabtree at Oklahoma State (2007) __237 7. Carlos Francis vs. Utah State (2000) _______234 8. Danny Amendola at Oklahoma State (2007)__233 9. Lloyd Hill vs. Wyoming (1992) __________222 10. Darrin Moore vs. Texas State (2011) _______221

HISTORY & RECORDS

TOP PASSING GAMES 1. B.J. Symons at Mississippi (2003) _________661 2. Graham Harrell at Oklahoma State (2007) ____646 3. Cody Hodges vs. Kansas State (2005) _______643 4. B.J. Symons at N.C. State (2003) __________586 5. B.J. Symons at Oklahoma State (2003) ______552 6. Graham Harrell vs. E. Washington (2008) ____536 7. Sonny Cumbie vs. California (2004) ________520 8. Graham Harrell vs. Texas (2006) __________519 9. Kliff Kingsbury vs. Missouri (2002) ________510 10. B.J. Symons vs. Texas A&M (2003) _________505 11. B.J. Symons vs. Navy (2003) ____________497 12. Steven Sheffield vs. Kansas State (2009) _____490 13. B.J. Symons vs. Iowa State (2003) _________487 14. Graham Harrell vs. UTEP (2007) __________484 15. Graham Harrell vs. Baylor (2006) _________483 16. Kliff Kingsbury at Texas A&M (2002) _______474 Graham Harrell vs. Texas (2008) __________474 18. Kliff Kingsbury vs. Texas (2002) __________473 19. Sonny Cumbie at SMU (2004) ___________470 20. Graham Harrell at Texas (2007) __________466 21. Taylor Potts vs. Baylor (2010)____________462 22. Seth Doege vs. Kansas State (2011) ________461 23. Kliff Kingsbury vs. Utah State (2000) _______456 Graham Harrell vs. Oklahoma State (2008)____456 Taylor Potts vs. Rice (2009) _____________456 26. Cody Hodges vs. Florida International (2005) __454 Graham Harrell at Kansas State (2008) ______454 28. Graham Harrell at Texas A&M (2008) _______450 29. Sonny Cumbie at New Mexico (2004) _______449 30. Billy Joe Tolliver vs. Oklahoma State (1988) ___446 31. Graham Harrell vs. Minnesota (2006) _______445 32. Seth Doege at Oklahoma (2011) __________441 Sonny Cumbie vs. TCU (2004)____________441 34. Kliff Kingsbury vs. Oklahoma State (2001) ____440 35. Sonny Cumbie vs. Nebraska (2004) ________436 Cody Hodges vs. Sam Houston State (2005) ___436 37. Graham Harrell at Baylor (2007) __________433 38. Graham Harrell vs. Colorado (2007) ________431 39. B.J. Symons at Baylor (2003) ____________428 40. Kliff Kingsbury vs. Oklahoma State (2002) ____425 Graham Harrell vs. Iowa State (2007) _______425 Graham Harrell vs. Texas A&M (2007) _______425 43. Billy Joe Tolliver vs. TCU (1985) ___________422 44. Graham Harrell vs. Oklahoma (2007) _______420 Taylor Potts at Texas (2009) _____________420 46. Graham Harrell at SMU (2007) ___________419 47. B.J. Symons vs. New Mexico (2003) ________418 Graham Harrell vs. SMU (2008) __________418 49. Graham Harrell at Rice (2007) ___________414 50. Kliff Kingsbury vs. Kansas State (2001) ______409 51. Kliff Kingsbury at Missouri (2003) _________408 Cody Hodges vs. Texas A&M (2005) ________408 53. Kliff Kingsbury at New Mexico (2002)_______407 Graham Harrell vs. Virginia (2007) _________407 55. Kliff Kingsbury vs. Kansas (2000) _________405 Taylor Potts vs. North Dakota (2009) _______405 57. Sonny Cumbie vs. Texas (2004)___________403 58. Seth Doege at New Mexico (2011)_________401 59. B.J. Symons vs. Colorado (2003) __________399 60. Sonny Cumbie vs. Baylor (2004) __________397 Graham Harrell at Missouri (2007) ________397

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RUSHING RECORDS GAME Most Attempts: _______________________43 Anthony Hutchison vs. TCU (1982) Most Yards: ________________________ 287 Byron Hanspard vs. Baylor (1996) Most Yards by Class: Freshman: 230, Shaud Williams vs. Colorado (1999) Sophomore: 260, Byron Hanspard vs. Air Force (1995) Junior: 287, Byron Hanspard vs. Baylor (1996) Senior: 268, James Hadnot vs. New Mexico (1978) Most Yards per Attempt: _______________ 14.1 Taurean Henderson vs. Indiana State (2005); 10, 141 yards Most Touchdowns: _____________________ 5 James Gray vs. Rice (1989); Billy Taylor vs. TCU (1977) Miscellaneous: Most Players Gaining: 100 Yards Ricky Williams (159) and Rob Peters (106) vs. Baylor (1998) Most Yards Gained by Two Players: 385 vs. Baylor (1996); Byron Hanspard (287) and Sammy Morris (98) Longest Texas Tech Run: _______________90 Donny Anderson vs. TCU (1964) SINGLE-GAME YARDAGE LEADERS 1. Byron Hanspard vs. Baylor (1996) ________ 287 2. James Gray vs. Duke (1989) ___________ 280 3. Byron Hanspard vs. Oklahoma State (1996) __ 272 4. James Hadnot vs. New Mexico (1978) _____ 268 5. Byron Hanspard vs. Air Force (1995) ______ 260 6. Ricky Williams vs. UTEP (1998)__________ 251 7. Byron Hanspard vs. SW Louisiana (1996)____ 247 8. Ricky Williams vs. Fresno State (1998) _____ 244 9. James Gray vs. Arizona (1989) __________ 234 10. James Gray vs. SMU (1989) ____________ 232 SEASON Most Attempts: 339, Byron Hanspard (1996) Most Yards: 2,084, Byron Hanspard (1996) Most Yards by Class: Freshman: 894, Ricky Williams (1997) Sophomore: 1,582, Ricky Williams (1998) Junior: 2,084, Byron Hanspard (1996) Senior: 1,752, Byron Morris (1993) Most Yards per Attempt: 9.1, Lonnie Graham (1954) Most Yards per Game: 189.5, Byron Hanspard (1996) Most Touchdowns: 22, Byron Morris (1993) SINGLE-SEASON YARDAGE LEADERS 1. Byron Hanspard (1996) _____________2,084 2. Byron Morris (1998) _______________1,752 3. Ricky Williams (1998) ______________1,582 4. James Gray (1989) ________________1,509 5. Byron Hanspard (1995) _____________1,374 6. James Hadnot (1979) ______________1,371 7. James Hadnot (1978) ______________1,369 8. Byron Morris (1992) _______________1,279 9. Doug McCutchen (1970) ____________1,068 10. James Gray (1987) ________________1,006

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SINGLE-SEASON ATTEMPT LEADERS 1. Byron Hanspard (1996) ______________ 339 2. Ricky Williams (1998) _______________ 336 3. Byron Morris (1993) ________________ 298 4. James Hadnot (1979) _______________ 273 5. James Gray (1989) _________________ 263 6. James Hadnot (1978) _______________ 251 7. Byron Hanspard (1995) ______________ 248 8. Byron Morris (1992) ________________ 242 9. Doug McCutchen (1970) _____________ 227 10. Anthony Lynn (1990) _______________ 224

CAREER TOUCHDOWN LEADERS 1. James Gray (1986-89) ________________52 2. Taurean Henderson (2002-05) ___________50 3. Byron Morris (1991-93) _______________37 4. Ricky Williams (1997-01) ______________36 5. Shannon Woods (2005-08) _____________33 6. Bobby Cavazos (1951-53) ______________32 7. Larry Isaac (1973-76) ________________31 8. Billy Taylor (1974-77) ________________29 Byron Hanspard (1994-96) _____________29 Zebbie Lethridge (1994-97) ____________29

SINGLE-SEASON TOUCHDOWN LEADERS 1. Byron Morris (1993) _________________22 2. James Gray (1989) __________________20 3. Donny Anderson (1965)_______________17 Taurean Henderson (2005) _____________17 5. Taurean Henderson (2004) _____________16 6. Ricky Williams (2001) ________________14 Baron Batch (2009) _________________14 8. Bobby Cavazos (1953) ________________13 Billy Taylor (1977) __________________13 Byron Hanspard (1996) _______________13 Ricky Williams (1998) ________________13

TOP RUSHING GAMES

CAREER Most Attempts: ______________________ 789 Ricky Williams (1997-01) Most Yards: _______________________4,219 Byron Hanspard (1994-96) Most Yards per Attempt: ________________ 6.2 James Sides (1953-55) Most Yards per Game: _________________127.8 Byron Hanspard (1994-96) Most Touchdowns: _____________________52 James Gray (1986-89) Miscellaneous: Most Games Rushing for 100 Yards: ________21 Byron Hanspard (1994-96) Most Games Rushing for 200 Yards: ________ 6 Byron Hanspard (1994-96) CAREER YARDAGE LEADERS 1. Byron Hanspard (1994-96) ___________4,219 2. James Gray (1986-89) ______________4,066 3. Ricky Williams (1997-01) ____________3,661 4. Byron Morris (1991-93) _____________3,544 5. Taurean Henderson (2002-05) _________3,241 6. James Hadnot (1976-79) ____________2,794 7. Larry Isaac (1973-76) ______________2,633 8. Baron Batch (2006, 2008-10) _________2,501 9. Donny Anderson (1963-65) __________2,280 10. Shannon Woods (2005-08) ___________2,249 CAREER ATTEMPT LEADERS 1. Ricky Williams (1997-01) _____________ 789 2. Byron Hanspard (1994-96) ____________ 760 3. James Gray (1986-89) _______________ 742 4. Byron Morris (1991-93) ______________ 638 5. Taurean Henderson (2002-05) __________ 577 6. Larry Isaac (1973-76) _______________ 538 7. James Hadnot (1976-78) _____________ 532 8. Donny Anderson (1963-65) ___________ 526 9. Doug McCutchen (1970-72) ___________ 496 10. Anthony Lynn (1988-91) _____________ 492

Total 100-Yard Performances: 189 Total 200-Yard Performances: 26 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 17. 19. 20. 21. 22. 24. 27. 29. 30. 31. 32. 34. 35. 36. 38. 39.

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Byron Hanspard vs. Baylor (1996) ________ 287 James Gray vs. Duke (1989) ____________ 280 Byron Hanspard vs. Oklahoma State (1996) ___ 272 James Hadnot vs. New Mexico (1978) ______ 268 Byron Hanspard vs. Air Force (1995) _______ 260 Ricky Williams vs. UTEP (1998) __________ 251 Byron Hanspard vs. SW Louisiana (1996) ____ 247 Ricky Williams vs. Fresno State (1998) ______ 244 James Gray vs. Arizona (1989)___________ 234 James Gray vs. SMU (1989) ____________ 232 Shaud Williams vs. Colorado (1999) _______ 230 Byron Hanspard vs. Houston (1995) _______ 228 James Gray vs. Rice (1989) _____________ 227 Byron Hanspard vs. Utah State (1996) ______ 224 Byron Morris vs. Houston (1993) _________ 223 Byron Morris vs. TCU (1993) ____________ 223 Byron Morris vs. SMU (1993) ___________ 222 Byron Morris vs. Houston (1992) _________ 222 Byron Hanspard vs. Georgia (1996) ________ 214 James Hadnot vs. Baylor (1978)__________ 212 James Gray vs. TCU (1989) _____________ 209 Walter Schlinkman vs. Creighton (1942)_____ 206 Anthony Hutchison vs. SMU (1982)________ 206 James Hadnot vs. Rice (1979) ___________ 204 Cliff Hoskins vs. Baylor (1972) ___________ 204 Doug McCutchen vs. TCU (1970)__________ 204 Byron Morris vs. TCU (1992) ____________ 199 James Hadnot vs. Houston (1979) ________ 199 Byron Hanspard vs. Texas A&M (1996) ______ 198 Byron Hanspard vs. Kansas (1996) ________ 194 James Gray vs. Rice (1988) _____________ 181 Byron Hanspard vs. SMU (1995)__________ 180 Byron Hanspard vs. Arkansas State (1995) ___ 180 Ricky Williams vs. Kansas (1997) _________ 179 Anthony Hutchison vs. New Mexico (1981) ___ 178 Byron Morris vs. SMU (1992) ___________ 175 Anthony Hutchison vs. TCU (1982) ________ 175 Byron Morris vs. Baylor (1993) __________ 174 James Gray vs. TCU (1987) _____________ 173 James Gray vs. Rice (1987) _____________ 173 Billy Taylor vs. Arizona (1976) ___________ 173 Joe Barnes vs. SMU (1973) _____________ 173 George Smith vs. North Carolina (1972) _____ 172 Ricky Williams vs. North Texas (1998) ______ 170 Sammy Morris vs. Texas A&M (1999) _______ 170 Donny Anderson vs. TCU (1969) __________ 169 Taurean Henderson at Kansas (2004) ______ 169 Robert Lewis vs. Arkansas (1983) _________ 167 James Hadnot vs. SMU (1978) ___________ 166 Ricky Williams vs. Baylor (1998) _________ 159 Byron Morris vs. Texas (1993) ___________ 158 George Smith vs. New Mexico (1972) ______ 158

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TOTAL OFFENSE/ALL-PURPOSE GAME Most Plays: _________________________78 Kliff Kingsbury vs. Missouri (2002); 8 rush, 70 pass Most Yards: ________________________ 681 B.J. Symons at Mississippi (2003) Most Yards by Class: Freshman: 398, Billy Joe Tolliver vs. TCU (1985) Sophomore: 518, Graham Harrell vs. Texas (2006) Junior: 643, Graham Harrell at Oklahoma State (2007) Senior: 661, B.J. Symons at Mississippi (2003) Most Touchdowns Responsible For: __________ 8 B.J. Symons vs. Texas A&M (2003) SINGLE-GAME YARDAGE LEADERS 1. B.J. Symons at Mississippi (2003) ________ 681 2. Graham Harrell at Oklahoma State (2007) __ 643 3. B.J. Symons at N.C. State (2003) ________ 618 4. Cody Hodges vs. Kansas State (2005) _____ 604 5. Graham Harrell vs. E. Washington (2008) ___ 538 6. B.J. Symons vs. Iowa State (2003) _______ 529 B.J. Symons at Oklahoma State (2003) ____ 529 8. Graham Harrell vs. Texas (2006) ________ 518 9. Steven Sheffield vs. Kansas State (2009) ___ 509 SEASON Most Plays: ________________________ 814 Kliff Kingsbury (2002); 102 rush, 712 pass Most Yards: _______________________5,976 B.J. Symons (2003) Most Yards by Class: Freshman: 1,885, Zebbie Lethridge (1994) Sophomore: 4,489, Graham Harrell (2006) Junior: 5,614, Graham Harrell (2007) Senior: 5,976, B.J. Symons (2003) Most Yards per Game: _________________459.7 B.J. Symons (2003) Most Touchdowns Responsible For: __________57 B.J. Symons (2003) SINGLE-SEASON ATTEMPT LEADERS 1. Kliff Kingsbury (2002) ______________ 814 2. Graham Harrell (2007) ______________ 751 3. B.J. Symons (2003) ________________ 740 4. Sonny Cumbie (2004) ______________ 694 5. Graham Harrell (2008) ______________ 667 6. Kliff Kingsbury (2000) ______________ 663 7. Graham Harrell (2006) ______________ 649 8. Cody Hodges (2005) _______________ 640 9. Seth Doege (2011) ________________ 635 10. Taylor Potts (2010) ________________ 617

CAREER Most Plays: _______________________2,158 Kliff Kingsbury (1999-02); 275 rush, 1,883 pass Most Yards: _______________________ 15,611 Graham Harrell (2005-08); -182 rush, 15,793 pass Most Yards per Game: _________________278.7 Kliff Kingsbury (1999-02) Most Touchdowns Responsible For: __________ 100 Kliff Kingsbury (1999-02)

ALL PURPOSE YARDS GAME Yards: ___________________________ 347 Byron Hanspard vs. Baylor (1996) Yards by Class: Freshman: 271, Wes Welker vs. Kansas (2000) Sophomore: 269, Byron Hanspard vs. Houston (1995) Junior: 347, Byron Hanspard vs. Baylor (1996) Senior: 341, Donny Anderson vs. Oklahoma St. (1965) SINGLE-GAME YARDAGE LEADERS 1. Byron Hanspard vs. Baylor (1996) ________ 347 2. Donny Anderson vs. Oklahoma St. (1965)____ 341 3. Wes Welker at Texas A&M (2002) _________ 327 4. Donny Anderson vs. TCU (1965) _________ 303 5. James Hadnot vs. New Mexico (1978) ______ 297 6. Leonard Harris vs. Houston (1983) ________ 283 7. Rodney Blackshear vs. Houston (1991) _____ 274 8. Byron Hanspard vs. Oklahoma St. (1996) ____ 272 9. Wes Welker vs. Kansas (2000) ___________ 271 10. James Gray vs. SMU (1989) ____________ 269 Byron Hanspard vs. Houston (1995) _______ 269

CAREER ATTEMPT LEADERS 1. Kliff Kingsbury (1999-02) ___________2,158 2. Graham Harrell (2005-2008) _________2,124 3. Zebbie Lethridge (1994-97) __________1,539 4. Robert Hall (1990-93) _____________1,341 5. Ron Reeves (1978-81) _____________1,333 6. Taylor Potts (2007-10) _____________1,165 7. Billy Joe Tolliver (1985-88)___________1,150 8. B.J. Symons (2000-03) ______________ 864 9. Ricky Williams (1997-01) ____________ 789 10. Sonny Cumbie (2001-04) ____________ 762

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CAREER TOTAL OFFENSE LEADERS 1. Graham Harrell (2005-2008) ________ 15,611 2. Kliff Kingsbury (1999-01) __________ 12,263 3. Robert Hall (1990-93) _____________8,489 4. Zebbie Lethridge (1994-97) __________7,690 5. Taylor Potts (2007-10) _____________7,653 6. B.J. Symons (2000-03) _____________6,586 7. Billy Joe Tolliver (1985-88)___________6,475 8. Ron Reeves (1978-81) _____________5,544 9. Sonny Cumbie (2001-04) ___________4,965 10. Cody Hodges (2002-05) ____________4,532

SINGLE-SEASON LEADERS 1. Byron Hanspard (1996) _____________2,276 2. Donny Anderson (1965) _____________2,107 3. Wes Welker (2002) ________________2,055 4. Michael Crabtree (2007) _____________1,978 5. Eric Stephens (2010) _______________1,951 6. Byron Morris (1993) _______________1,902 7. Byron Hanspard (1995) _____________1,848 8. Shannon Woods (2006) _____________1,808 9. Ricky Williams (1998) ______________1,758 10. Donny Anderson (1964) _____________1,710

CAREER TOUCHDOWNS RESPONSIBLE FOR 1. Graham Harrell (2005-2008) __________ 146 2. Kliff Kingsbury (1999-02) ____________ 100 3. Zebbie Lethridge (1994-97) ____________71 4. Taurean Henderson (2002-05) __________70 5. Taylor Potts (2007-10) _______________66 6. B.J. Symons (2000-03) _______________61 7. James Gray (1986-89) _______________52 8. Billy Joe Tolliver (1985-88)_____________44 9. Robert Hall (1990-93) _______________41 10. Ricky Williams (1997-01) _____________39

Yards: __________________________2,276 Byron Hanspard (1996) Yards by Class: Freshman: 1,978, Michael Crabtree (2007) Sophomore: 1,848, Byron Hanspard (1995) Junior: 2,276, Byron Hanspard (1996) Senior: 2,107, Donny Anderson (1965) Yards per Game: ____________________206.9 Byron Hanspard (1996)

CAREER Yards: __________________________5,730 Wes Welker (2000-03) Yards per Game: ____________________171.9 Donny Anderson (1963-65) CAREER YARDAGE LEADERS 1. Wes Welker (2000-03) _____________5,730 2. Taurean Henderson (2002-05) ________5,308 3. Donny Anderson (1963-65) __________5,156 4. Byron Hanspard (1994-96) __________5,115 5. Ricky Williams (1997-01) ___________5,024 6. James Gray (1986-89) _____________4,796 7. Danny Amendola (2004-07) __________3,839 Eric Stephens (2009-11) ____________3,839 9. Byron Morris (1991-93) ____________3,822 10. Baron Batch (2006, 2008-10) _________3,612

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SINGLE-SEASON YARDAGE LEADERS 1. B.J. Symons (2003); 143 rush, 5,833 pass __5,976 2. Graham Harrell (2007); -91 rush, 5,705 pass 5,614 3. Graham Harrell (2008); -15 rush, 5,111 pass 5,096 4. Kliff Kingsbury (2002); -114 rush, 5,017 pass 4,903 5. Sonny Cumbie (2004); -167 rush, 4,742 pass 4,575 6. Graham Harrell (2006); -66 rush, 4,555 pass 4,489 7. Cody Hodges (2005); 191 rush, 4,238 pass _4,429 8. Seth Doege (2011); 46 rush, 4,004 pass ___4,050 9. Taylor Potts (2010); 4 rush, 3,726 pass____3,730 10. Kliff Kingsbury (2001); -48 rush, 3,502 pass 3,454

SINGLE-SEASON TOUCHDOWNS RESPONSIBLE FOR 1. B.J. Symons (2003) _________________57 2. Graham Harrell (2007) _______________52 3. Graham Harrell (2008) _______________51 4. Kliff Kingsbury (2002) _______________47 5. Graham Harrell (2006) _______________40 6. Taylor Potts (2010) _________________37 7. Sonny Cumbie (2004) _______________34 Cody Hodges (2005) ________________34 9. Seth Doege (2011) _________________32 10. Robert Hall (1993) _________________25 Kliff Kingsbury (2001) _______________25

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SCORING RECORDS GAME

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Points: ____________________________30 Billy Taylor vs. TCU (1977); James Gray vs. Rice (1989); Byron Hanspard vs. SMU (1995) Touchdowns: ________________________ 5 Billy Taylor vs. TCU (1977); James Gray vs. Rice (1989); Byron Hanspard vs. SMU (1995); Taurean Henderson vs. Kansas State (2005) Points by Kicking: ______________________16 vs. Texas A&M (2011); 4 FG, 4 PAT Field Goals Made: _____________________ 4 10 times; latest, Donnie Carona vs. Texas A&M (2011) Longest Field Goal Made: ________________ 57 Bill Adams vs. Texas A&M (1977)

Points: ___________________________ 134 Byron Morris (1993); 22 TD, 1 conversion Points by Class: Freshman: 132, Michael Crabtree (2007) Sophomore: 114, Michael Crabtree (2008) Junior: 108, Taurean Henderson (2004) Senior: 134, Byron Morris (1993) Points per Game: ____________________ 12.2 Byron Morris (1993) Touchdowns: ________________________22 Byron Morris (1993); Taurean Henderson (2005); Michael Crabtree (2007) Points by Kicking: ____________________ 106 Alex Trlica (2007); 13 FG, 67 PAT Conversions Made: _____________________67 Alex Trlica (2007) Conversions Attempted: _________________70 Keith Toogood (2003) Field Goals Made: _____________________17 Bill Adams (1979); Ricky Gann (1984); Lin Elliott (1991) Field Goals Attempted: __________________26 Ricky Gann (1984); Lin Elliott (1991) Field Goal Percentage: ________________ .824 Lin Elliott (1990); 14-of-17 Most PAT Kicks, No Misses: ________________67 Alex Trlica (2007) Perfect PAT Seasons: ________________13 Times 1972, Don Grimes (34-of-34); 1978, Bill Adams (26of-26); 1990, Lin Elliott (32-of-32); 1995, Tony Rogers (37-of-37); 2001, Robert Treece (49-of-49); 2002, Robert Treece (54-of-54); 2004, Alex Trlica (55-of-55); 2005, Alex Trlica (60-of-60); 2006, Alex Trlica (51-of-51); 2007, Alex Trlica (67-of-67); 2008, Matt Williams (33-of-33); 2010, Matt Williams (56-of-56); Donnie Carona (50-of-50); 2011

LONGEST TOUCHDOWN RUNS 1. Donny Anderson vs. TCU (1964) _________90 2. Lonnie Graham vs. West Texas State (1955) __89 3. Percy Walker vs. TCU (1926)____________88 Glen Lewis vs. Texas Western (1948) ______88 Bobby Cavazos vs. Baylor (1951) _________88 6. Ansel Cole vs. Tulsa (1983) ____________87 7. Eric Stephens vs. Northwestern (2010) _____86 8. Byron Hanspard vs. Oklahoma State (1996) __72 9. Robert Hall vs. Rice (1991) ____________70 10. Byron Hanspard vs. SW Louisiana (1996) ____65 LONGEST TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS 1. Rodney Blackshear vs. Houston (1991) _____95 2. Cal Stevenson vs. Texas A&M (1948)_______90 3. Brian Nelson vs. TCU (1976)____________88 4. Donnie Hart vs. Texas (1996) ___________86 5. James Gray vs. Arizona (1988) __________85 Rodney Blackshear vs. Arkansas (1990) ____85 7. John Roberts vs. Arkansas (1957) ________84 8. Michael Crabtree at Nevada (2008) _______82 9. Don Schmidt vs. Houston (1954)_________80 Mickie Barron vs. Baylor (1958) _________80 Rodney Blackshear vs. Houston (1991) _____80 Jarrett Hicks vs. Nebraska (2004) ________80 LONGEST FIELD GOALS 1. Bill Adams vs. Texas A&M (1977) ________57 2. Kenny Vinyard vs. TCU (1966) ___________55 David Mellot vs. New Mexico (1975) ______55 Ricky Gann vs. Houston (1984) __________55 Jaret Greaser vs. Texas (1996) __________55 6. Kenny Vinyard vs. Texas (1967) __________54 7. Bill Adams vs. SMU (1978) ____________53 Jaret Greaser vs. Kansas State (1996) ______53 Tony Rogers vs. Kansas State (1996) ______53 Chris Birkholz vs. Texas (1998) __________53 Bowl Game Alex Trlica vs. Minnesota (2006 Insight Bowl) _52

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SINGLE-SEASON SCORING LEADERS 1. Byron Morris (1993); 22 TD, 1 conversion ___ 134 2. Taurean Henderson (2005); 22 TD _______ 132 Michael Crabtree (2007); 22 TD ________ 132 4. James Gray (1989); 20 TD ____________ 120 5. Michael Crabtree (2008); 19 TD ________ 114 Lyle Leong (2010); 19 TD ____________ 114 7. Byron Hanspard (1995); 18 TD _________ 108 Ricky Williams (2001); 18 TD __________ 108 Taurean Henderson (2004); 18 TD _______ 108 10. Alex Trlica (2007); 12 FG, 63 PAT ________ 106 SINGLE-SEASON TOUCHDOWN LEADERS 1. Byron Morris (1993) ________________22 Taurean Henderson (2005) ____________22 Michael Crabtree (2007) _____________22 4. James Gray (1989) _________________20 5. Michael Crabtree (2008) _____________19 Lyle Leong (2010) _________________19 7. Byron Hanspard (1995) ______________18 Ricky Williams (2001) _______________18 Taurean Henderson (2004) ____________18 10. Donny Anderson (1965) ______________17 Lyle Leong (2010) _________________17

SINGLE-SEASON FIELD GOAL LEADERS 1. Bill Adams (1979) _________________17 Ricky Gann (1984) _________________17 Lin Elliott (1991) __________________17 4. Bill Adams (1978) _________________16 Chris Birkholz (1998) _______________16 6. Brian Hall (1976) __________________15 Scott Segrist (1988) ________________15 Alex Trlica (2006) __________________15 9. Lin Elliott (1990) __________________14 Donnie Carona (2011) _______________14 11. Eight tied; latest, Alex Trlica (2005) _______13 SINGLE-SEASON PAT LEADERS 1. Alex Trlica (2007) __________________67 2. Keith Toogood (2003) _______________66 3. Alex Trlica (2005) __________________60 Matt Williams (2009) _______________60 5. Matt Williams (2010) _______________56 6. Alex Trlica (2004) __________________55 7. Robert Treece (2002)________________54 8. Alex Trlica (2006) __________________51 9. Donnie Carona (2011) _______________50 10. Jon Davis (1993) __________________45

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Tackles: ____________________________30 Donald Harris vs. Arizona (1988) Fumble Return for Touchdown: _____________ 1 several times; most recently, Cornelius Douglas vs. Ok. State (2011) Interceptions: ________________________ 3 Daniel Charbonnet vs. SMU (2008); Darcel McBath at Kansas (2008) Interception Return for Touchdown: __________ 1 several times; most recently, Jarvis Phillips vs. Texas (2010) Longest Fumble Return: _________________92 Marcus Coleman vs. New Mexico (1995) Longest Interception Return: ______________98 Dave Parks vs. Colorado (1962)

Tackles: ___________________________ 193 Lawrence Flugence (2002) Tackles for Loss: _____________________ 24.5 Adell Duckett (2003) Tackles for Loss Yards: __________________ 123 Adell Duckett (2003), Brandon Williams (2008) Sacks: __________________________ 15.0 Brandon Sharpe (2009) Sack Yards: _________________________ 104 Brandon Sharpe (2009), Brandon Williams (2008) Fumble Recoveries: ____________________ 4 Zach Thomas (1995), Paul McClendon (2001), Daniel Charbonnet (2008) Fumble Returns for Touchdowns: ___________ 3 Paul McClendon (2001) Interceptions: ________________________11 Elmer Tarbox (1938) Interception Return for Touchdowns: _________ 2 Marcus Coleman (1994), Darcel McBath (2008) Most Passes Broken Up: __________________24 Joselio Hanson (2002) Most Blocked Kicks: ____________________ 3 Marcus Coleman (1992) SINGLE-SEASON TACKLE LEADERS 1. Lawrence Flugence (2002) ___________ 193 2. Brad Hastings (1985) ______________ 171 3. Lawrence Flugence (2000) ___________ 156 4. Michael Johnson (1987)_____________ 154 5. Brad Hastings (1986) ______________ 153 Kevin Curtis (1999)________________ 153 7. Ryan Aycock (2002) _______________ 151 8. Lawrence Flugence (2001) ___________ 145 9. Brad Hastings (1984) ______________ 141 Donald Harris (1988) ______________ 141 James Mosley (1988) ______________ 141

SINGLE-SEASON INTERCEPTION LEADERS 1. Elmer Tarbox (1938) ________________11 2. John Thompson (1951) ______________ 8 Tracy Saul (1989) __________________ 8 Tracy Saul (1991) __________________ 8 5. Teddy Roberts (1964) _______________ 7 Darcel McBath (2008) _______________ 7 7. Elmer Tarbox (1937) ________________ 6 Tate Randle (1979) _________________ 6 Boyd Cowan (1987) ________________ 6 Bart Thomas (1994) ________________ 6 Ryan Aycock (2003) ________________ 6 CAREER Tackles: ___________________________ 500 Lawrence Flugence (1999-02) Tackles for Loss: _______________________53 Montae Reagor (1995-98) Tackles for Loss Yards: __________________ 205 Montae Reagor (1995-98) Sacks: __________________________ 34.0 Aaron Hunt (1999-02) Sack Yards: _________________________ 170 Aaron Hunt (1999-02) Fumble Recoveries: ____________________ 7 Zach Thomas (1992-95) Fumble Returns for Touchdowns: ___________ 3 Paul McClendon (1998-2001) Interceptions: ________________________25 Tracy Saul (1989-91) Interception Returns for Touchdowns: _________ 4 Marcus Coleman (1992-95)

SINGLE-SEASON SACK LEADERS 1. Brandon Sharpe (2009) ____________ 15.0 2. Adell Duckett (2003) ______________ 14.0 3. Brandon Williams (2008) ___________ 13.0 4. Aaron Hunt (2001) _______________ 12.0 5. Shawn Jackson (1992)_____________ 11.0 6. Calvin Riggs (1986) ______________ 10.5 Montae Reagor (1997) ____________ 10.5 8. Fred Petty (1991) _________________ 9.0 Aaron Hunt (2002) ________________ 9.0 McKinner Dixon (2008) _____________ 9.0

CAREER SACK LEADERS 1. Aaron Hunt (1999-02) _____________ 2. Adell Duckett (2001-04)____________ 3. Montae Reagor (1995-98) __________ 4. Brandon Williams (2006-08) _________ 5. Keyunta Dawson (2003-06) _________ 6. Calvin Riggs (1983-86) ____________ 7. James Mosley (1985-88) ___________ Shawn Jackson (1991-93) __________ 9. Brandon Sharpe (2008-09) __________ 10. Gabriel Rivera (1979-82) ___________

34.0 28.0 25.5 22.5 19.5 18.5 17.0 17.0 15.0 14.0

CAREER INTERCEPTION LEADERS 1. Tracy Saul (1989-91)________________25 2. Elmer Tarbox (1936-38) ______________17 3. John Thompson (1951-53) ____________14 Tate Randle (1978-81)_______________14 5. Boyd Cowan (1985-88) ______________12 Vincent Meeks (2002-05) _____________12 Darcel McBath (2005-08) _____________12 8. Ryan Aycock (2000-03) ______________11 9. Kevin Curtis (1998-01) ______________10 10. Four tied _______________________ 9 WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

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SINGLE-SEASON TACKLES BY POSITION End – Aaron Hunt (2002) _________________ 108 Tackle – Gabe Rivera (1982) _______________ 105 Linebacker – Lawrence Flugence (2002) ________ 193 Cornerback – Leonard Jones (1985) ___________91 Safety – Kevin Curtis (1999) _______________ 153

CAREER TACKLE LEADERS 1. Lawrence Flugence (1999-02) _________ 500 2. Brad Hastings (1983-86) ____________ 480 3. Kevin Curtis (1998-01) _____________ 422 4. Michael Johnson (1984-87) __________ 393 5. Zach Thomas (1992-95) _____________ 390 6. Matt Wingo (1988-91)______________ 385 7. Shawn Banks (1992-95)_____________ 365 8. Ryan Aycock (2000-03) _____________ 338 9. Charles Rowe (1986-89)_____________ 329 10. Tracy Saul (1989-92)_______________ 327

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KICKOFF RETURN RECORDS GAME

SEASON

CAREER

Returns: ___________________________ 7 Ben McRoy vs. Nevada (2011) Yards: ________ 203, Ben McRoy vs. Nevada (2011) Yards by Class: Freshman: 182, Eric Stephens at Texas (2009) Sophomore: 203, Ben McRoy vs. Nevada (2011) Junior: 132, Rodney Blackshear vs. Texas A&M (1990) Senior: 169, Donny Anderson vs. Oklahoma State (1965) Yards per Return: ____________________ 60.0 Johnnie Mack vs. SMU (2003); 2-120 yards Touchdowns: ________________________ 1 several times; most recently, Vincent Meeks at Oklahoma (2002); 98 yards 100-Yard Returns: 100, Ivory McCann vs. New Mexico (2001), Keith Henderson vs. Houston (1984), Donny Anderson vs. Oklahoma State (1965), Jack Kirkpatrick vs. Tulsa (1953), Jack Kirkpatrick vs. West Texas State (1953)

Returns: ___________________________44 Eric Stephens (2010) Yards: __________________________1,071 Eric Stephens (2010); 44 returns Yards by Class: Freshman: 823, Eric Stephens (2009) Sophomore: 1,071, Eric Stephens (2010) Junior: 621, Rodney Blackshear (1990) Senior: 541, Donny Anderson (1965) Yards per Return: ____________________ 30.8 Lawrence Williams (1972); 16-493 yards Touchdowns: ________________________ 2 Jack Kirkpatrick (1953)

Returns: ___________________________76 Eric Stephens (2009-11) Yards: __________________________1,894 Eric Stephens (2009-11); 72 returns Yards per Return: ____________________ 30.3 Ronnie Rice (1957-59); 19-577 yards Touchdowns: ________________________ 2 Jack Kirkpatrick (1952-55)

LONGEST KICKOFF RETURNS 1. Ivory McCann vs. New Mexico (2001) _____ 100 Keith Henderson vs. Houston (1984) _____ 100 Donny Anderson vs. Oklahoma St. (1965) __ 100 Jack Kirkpatrick vs. Tulsa (1953) ________ 100 Jack Kirkpatrick vs. West Texas State (1953) _ 100 6. Vincent Meeks at Oklahoma (2002) _______98 7. Frank Graves vs. New Mexico (1951) ______97 8. Herman Bailey vs. Hardin-Simmons (1949) __95 Lawrence Williams vs. New Mexico (1973) ___95 Dane Johnson vs. Texas (1997) __________95

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SINGLE-SEASON YARDAGE LEADERS 1. Eric Stephens (2010); 44 returns _______1,071 2. Ben McRoy (2011); 36 returns _________ 899 3. Eric Stephens (2009); 32 returns ________ 823 4. Rodney Blackshear (1990); 24 returns ____ 621 5. Ivory McCann (2001); 22 returns ________ 606 6. Johnnie Mack (2003); 22 returns _______ 546 7. Donny Anderson (1965); 22 returns ______ 541 8. Tyrone Thurman (1988); 23 returns ______ 535 9. Ivory McCann (2002); 27 returns ________ 495 10. Lawrence Williams (1972); 16 returns ____ 493 SINGLE-SEASON RETURN LEADERS 1. Eric Stephens (2010) ________________44 2. Ben McRoy (2011) _________________36 3. Eric Stephens (2009) ________________32 4. Ivory McCann (2002)________________27 5. Rodney Blackshear (1990) ____________24 Tyrone Thurman (1988) ______________23 7. Donny Anderson (1965) ______________22 Ivory McCann (2001)________________22 Johnnie Mack (2003) _______________22 10. Wayne Walker (1986) _______________21 Johnnie Mack (2004) _______________21

CAREER YARDAGE LEADERS 1. Eric Stephens (2009-11); 68 returns _____1,894 2. Donny Anderson (1963-65); 56 returns ___1,309 3. Lawrence Williams (1972-74); 47 returns _1,268 4. Ivory McCann (2001-02); 49 returns ____1,101 5. Ben McRoy (2010-11); 40 returns _______ 977 6. Wayne Walker (1985-88); 51 returns _____ 959 7. Johnnie Mack (2003-04); 43 returns _____ 955 8. Rodney Blackshear (1987-91); 37 returns __ 899 9. Mike Leinert (1965-67); 40 returns ______ 824 10. John Norman (1997-00); 37 returns______ 790 CAREER RETURN LEADERS 1. Eric Stephens (2009-11)______________76 2. Donny Anderson (1963-65)____________56 3. Wayne Walker (1985-88) _____________51 4. Ivory McCann (2001-02) _____________49 5. Lawrence Williams (1972-74) __________47 6. Johnnie Mack (2003-04) _____________43 7. Mike Leinert (1965-67) ______________40 Ben McRoy (2010-11) _______________40 8. Tyrone Thurman (1985-88) ____________37 Rodney Blackshear (1987-91) __________37 John Norman (1997-00) _____________37

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PUNTING RECORDS PUNTING GAME

RETURNS GAME

Punts: ____________________________36 Charlie Calhoun vs. Centenary (1939) Game (Since 1950): ____________________12 Dennis Vance vs. Texas (1984) Punting Average: ____________________ 57.0 Alex Reyes vs. Baylor (2004); 3 punts for 171 yards Longest Punt: ________________________85 R.W. Moyers vs. West Texas State (1945)

Returns: ___________________________ 8 Wes Welker vs. New Mexico (2001) Yards: ___________________________ 166 Wes Welker vs. Texas A&M (2002) Yards by Class: Freshman: 106, Tracy Saul vs. Texas (1989) Sophomore: 102, Tyrone Thurman vs. Texas (1986) Junior: 166, Wes Welker vs. Texas A&M (2002) Senior: 145, Leonard Harris vs. TCU (1983) Yards per Return: ____________________ 47.0 Larry Alford vs. Texas (1968); 3-141 yards Touchdowns: _________________________ 1 several times; most recently; Eric Morris at Nevada (2008) Longest Texas Tech Punt Return: ____________96 Tyrone Thurman vs. Texas (1986)

LONGEST PUNTS 1. R.W. Moyers vs. West Texas State (1945) ______85 2. David Kuykendall vs. Arkansas (1975) _______79 3. Buddy Hill vs. Tulsa (1954) ______________78 Ken Vinyard vs. Kansas (1966) ____________78 Johnny Odom vs. Boston College (1971) ______78 Mark Bounds vs. Texas (1991) ____________78 7. Robert King vs. Rice (1992) ______________77 Robert King vs. Texas A&M (1993) __________77 9. Johnny Odom vs. SMU (1970) ____________76 10. Johnny Odom vs. Texas (1970) ____________75 Maury Buford vs. Texas A&M (1978)_________75 Robert King vs. Wyoming (1992) __________75 SEASON Punts: ____________________________78 Maury Buford (1981) Punting Average: ____________________ 46.8 Mark Bounds (1991); 53 punts for 2,481 yards SINGLE-SEASON AVERAGE LEADERS 1. Mark Bounds (1991); 53 punts for 2,481 yards 2. Alex Reyes (2006); 43 punts for 1,943 yards __ 3. Maury Buford (1981); 78 punts for 3,493 yards 4. Maury Buford (1978); 71 punts for 3,131 yards 5. Alex Reyes (2003); 28 punts for 1,203 yards __ 6. Alex Reyes (2005); 49 punts for 2,099 yards __ 7. Robert King (1993); 54 punts for 2,305 yards _ 8. Robert King (1992); 53 punts for 2,256 yards _ 9. Jamie Simmons (1988); 44 punts for 1,860 yds 10. Jonathan LaCour (2007); 33 pnts for 1,391 yds

46.8 45.2 44.8 44.1 43.0 42.8 42.7 42.6 42.4 42.2

LONGEST PUNT RETURNS 1. Tyrone Thurman vs. Texas (1986) __________96 2. Estil Carnes vs. New Mexico Normal (1931) ____90 Danny Amendola at Kansas State (2004) ______90 4. Wes Welker at Texas A&M (2002) __________88 5. Eric Morris at Nevada (2008) _____________86 6. Wes Welker vs. Nebraska (2001) ___________85 7. Larry Alford vs. Texas (1968) _____________84 Leonard Harris vs. TCU (1983) ____________84 9. Elmer Wilson vs. West Texas State (1951) ______80 John Norman vs. Baylor (1999) ___________80 SEASON Returns: ___________________________57 Wes Welker (2002) Yards: ___________________________ 752 Wes Welker (2002) Yards by Class: Freshman: 419, Tyrone Thurman (1985) Sophomore: 444, Tyrone Thurman (1986) Junior: 752, Wes Welker (2002) Senior: 385, Wes Welker (2003) Yards per Return: ____________________ 13.5 Tyrone Thurman (1985), 33 for 444 yards Touchdowns: ________________________ 3 Wes Welker (2002)

SINGLE-SEASON RETURN LEADERS 1. Wes Welker (2002) ___________________57 2. Danny Amendola (2006) _______________41 3. Larry Alford (1968) ___________________38 4. Tyrone Thurman (1987) ________________35 5. Marc Dove (1971) ___________________33 Leonard Harris (1982) _________________33 Tyrone Thurman (1986) ________________33 Wes Welker (2003) ___________________33 9. Larry Alford (1967) ___________________32 Danny Amendola (2005)_________________32 CAREER Returns: __________________________ 152 Wes Welker (2000-03) Yards: __________________________1,761 Wes Welker (2000-03) Yards per Return: ____________________ 12.0 Marc Dove (1969-71), 48 for 576 yards Touchdowns: ________________________ 8 Wes Welker (2000-03) CAREER YARDAGE LEADERS 1. Wes Welker (2000-03) _______________1,761 2. Tyrone Thurman (1985-88) ____________1,466 3. Danny Amendola (2004-07) ___________1,283 4. Tracy Saul (1989-92)_________________ 902 5. Dane Johnson (1994-97) ______________ 876 6. Leonard Harris (1981-83) ______________ 759 7. Larry Alford (1967-68) _______________ 750 8. Marc Dove (1969-71) ________________ 576 9. John Norman (1997-00) ______________ 513 10. Eric Morris (2005-08) ________________ 486 CAREER RETURN LEADERS 1. Wes Welker (2000-03) ________________ 152 2. Tyrone Thurman (1985-88) _____________ 126 3. Danny Amendola (2004-07) ____________ 116 4. Tracy Saul (1989-92)__________________90 5. Dane Johnson (1994-97) _______________76 6. Larry Alford (1967-68) ________________70 7. Leonard Harris (1981-83) _______________68 8. Mike Patterson (1976-77)_______________55 9. John Norman (1997-99) _______________50 10. Eric Morris (2005-08) _________________49

CAREER Punts: ___________________________ 293 Maury Buford (1978-81) Punting Average: ____________________ 43.3 Alex Reyes (2006); 43 punts for 1,943 yards 43.3 43.2 42.6 41.3 40.1 40.1 39.8 39.8 39.8 39.7 39.6

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CAREER AVERAGE LEADERS 1. Alex Reyes (2003-06) _______________ 2. Maury Buford (1978-81) _____________ 3. Robert King (1992-93) ______________ 4. Ryan Erxleben (2009, 2011) ___________ 5. Jeremy Hernandez (1996-98) __________ Jamie Simmons (1986-89) ____________ 7. Brad Cade (1994-95)________________ Clinton Greathouse (2000-02) __________ Eric Rosiles (1999-00) _______________ 10. Jonathan LaCour (2007-2010) __________ 11. Dennis Vance (1982-84) ______________

SINGLE-SEASON YARDAGE LEADERS 1. Wes Welker (2002); 57 returns ___________ 752 2. Tyrone Thurman (1986); 33 returns ________ 444 3. Larry Alford (1968); 38 returns ___________ 430 4. Tyrone Thurman (1985); 31 returns ________ 419 5. Wes Welker (2003); 33 returns ___________ 385 6. Danny Amendola (2006); 41 returns _______ 377 7. Marc Dove (1971); 33 returns ___________ 374 8. Danny Amendola (2004); 29 returns _______ 371 9. Leonard Harris (1982); 33 returns _________ 365 10. Wes Welker (2000); 28 returns ___________ 353

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TEAM RECORDS SCORING POINTS Game: ____________________________ 120 Wayland (1925) Game since 1950: _____________________80 vs. Sam Houston State (2005) Most First-Half Points: ___________________52 vs. Indiana State (2005) Most Second-Half Points: _________________49 vs. Nebraska (2004) Most First-Quarter Points: ________________28 vs. Sam Houston State (2005) Most Second-Quarter Points: ______________ 35 vs. SMU (1990); vs. Indiana State (2005) Most Third-Quarter Points: ________________28 vs. TCU (2004); vs. Kansas State (2005); vs. Northwestern State (2007) Most Fourth-Quarter Points: ______________28 vs. N.C. State (2002); at Oklahoma State (2003); vs. Nebraska (2004) Season – High: 569 (2008) Season – Low: 245 (1997) POINTS PER GAME Season – High: 43.8 (2008); 569 points in 13 games Season – Low: 22.3 (1997); 245 points in 11 games TOUCHDOWNS Game: 12 vs. Wayland (1925) Game since 1950: 11 vs. Sam Houston State (2005) Season – High: 79 (2008) Season – Low: 29 (1998) PATs MADE Game: 11 vs. Sam Houston State (2005) Season – High: 70 (2008) Season – Low: 26 (1997) FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 4, 10 times; most recently vs. Texas A&M (2011) Season – High: 19 (1998) Season – Low: 7 (1999); 7 (2004); 7 (2008)

TOP 10 SCORING GAMES 1. vs. Wayland (1925) _________________ 120 2. vs. Sam Houston State (2005)____________80 3. vs. Trinity (1932) ___________________79 4. vs. Northwestern State (2007) ___________75 5. vs. New Mexico A&M (1953) ____________71 6. vs. TCU (2004) _____________________70 vs. Nebraska (2004) _________________70 8. vs. Kansas State (2009) _______________66 9. vs. Austin College (1932) ______________64 vs. Weber State (2010) ________________64 10. vs. UC-Santa Barbara (1970) ____________63 vs. TCU (1985) _____________________63 vs. Arkansas State (1995) ______________63 at Baylor (2001) ____________________63 vs. Indiana State (2005) _______________63 at Kansas (2008) ___________________63 RUSHING RUSHES Game – High: 73 vs. Arizona (1989) Game – Low: 7 at Texas (2007) YARDS Game – High: 620 vs. Trinity (1939) Game – Low: -17 vs. Texas (2004) Season – High: 3,342 (1932) Season High Since 1950: 2,505 (1989) Season – Low: 771 (2007) TOUCHDOWNS Game: _____________________________12 vs. Wayland (1925), vs. Trinity (1932) Game Since 1950: _____________________ 5 vs. TCU (1977), vs. Rice (1989), vs. Sam Houston State (2005); vs. Texas A&M (2005) Season: 30 (1993) YARDS PER RUSH Season – High: 7.7 (1989); 581 rush for 2,505 yards Season – Low: 3.1 (2007); 246 rush for 771 yards PASSING

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Season – High: 28 (1998), 19-of-28 Season – Low: 13 (1999), 7-of-13; 13 (2008), 7-of-13 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Season: 82.4 (1990); 14-of-17 MISCELLANEOUS Most Two-Point PATs Made: _______________ 5 (1994); 5-of-8; (2002); 5-of-7 Most Two-Point PAT Attempts: _____________ 8 (1990); 4-of-8; (1994); 5-of-8 Largest Deficit Erased: __________________31 vs. Minnesota (2006 Insight Bowl; also NCAA Bowl Record); trailed 38-7 with 7:47 to play in the third quarter Quickest Score into a Game: _______________17 vs. North Texas (1988); Tolliver 73-yard pass to Walker Most Safeties: 3 (1992)

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ATTEMPTS Game – High: 78 vs. Iowa State (2003) Game – Low: 10 vs. Texas (1997) Season – High: 780 (2003) Season – Low: 270 (1999) COMPLETIONS Game – High: 52 vs. Iowa State (2003) Game – Low: 3 vs. Texas (1997) Season – High: 544 (2007) Season – Low: 119 (1996) COMPLETION PERCENTAGE Game – High (min. 20 att.): _____________ 90.0 at New Mexico (2011); 45-of-50 Game – Low (min. 20 att.): _____________ 24.0 vs. Missouri (1995); 6-of-25 Season – High: 71.3 (2007); 544-of-763 Season – Low: 43.8 (1996)

YARDS Game – High: 669 vs. Kansas State (2005) Game – Low: 42 vs. Rice (1989) Season – High: 6,179 (2003) Season – Low: 1,723 (1996) YARDS PER COMPLETION Game – High: 28.7 vs. Oklahoma (1999); 259 yards Game – Low: 6.6 vs. Kansas State (1997) TOUCHDOWNS Game: 8 vs. Texas A&M (2003); at Baylor (2003); vs. Northwestern State (2007); vs. Rice (2009) Season: 53 (2003) INTERCEPTIONS THROWN Game: 5 vs. Rice (1990); vs. Colorado (2003) Season – High: 30 (1938) Season – Low: 6 (1996, 1997) TOP 10 PASSING GAMES 1. vs. Kansas State (2005) ______________ 669 2. at Mississippi (2003) ________________ 661 3. vs. Sam Houston State (2005)___________ 650 4. at Oklahoma State (2007) _____________ 646 5. vs. Texas A&M (2003) ________________ 605 6. at N.C. State (2003) _________________ 586 7. at Baylor (2003) ___________________ 580 8. vs. Kansas State (2009) ______________ 554 9. at Oklahoma State (2003) _____________ 553 10. vs. Eastern Washington (2008) __________ 536 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS Game – High: 111 vs. Iowa State (2003) Game – Low: 46 vs. Nebraska (1997) Season – High: 1,155 (2002) Season – Low: 732 (1997) YARDS Game – High: 1,271 vs. Wayland (1925) Game High Since 1950: 775 vs. Iowa State (2003) Game – Low: 93 vs. Miami (1990) Season – High: 7,576 (2003) Season – Low: 3,401 (1997) TOP 10 TOTAL OFFENSE GAMES (SINCE 1950) 1. vs. Iowa State (2003) ________________ 775 2. vs. Sam Houston State (2005)___________ 770 3. vs. Kansas State (2009) ______________ 739 4. at Oklahoma State (2007) _____________ 718 5. at Baylor (2003) ___________________ 716 6. at Mississippi (2003) ________________ 713 7. vs. TCU (1985) ____________________ 699 8. vs. Kansas State (2005) ______________ 684 9. vs. Baylor (2006) __________________ 682 10. at N.C. State (2003) _________________ 681

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TEAM RECORDS PENALTIES

PUNTING

DEFENSE

PENALTIES Game – High: 18 vs. Eastern Washington (2008) Game – Low: 1 vs. Rice (1991), vs. Texas A&M (1992), vs. Arkansas (1988) Season – High: 120 (2009) Season – Low: 28 (1961)

PUNTS Game: 39 vs. Centenary (1939) Game Since 1950: 14 vs. Kansas State (1996) Season – High: 78 (1981) Season – Low: 26 (2008)

RUSH DEFENSE Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed (Game): -45 vs. Arizona (1933) Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed (Since 1950): -13 vs. SMU (1992) Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed (Season): 871 (1932)

YARDS PENALIZED Game – High: 183 at Rice (2007) Game – Low: 5 vs. Texas A&M (1992), vs. Arkansas (1988) Season – High: 1,019 (2009)

PUNTING AVERAGE Game – High: 57.0 vs. Baylor (2004); 3 punts for 171 yards Game – Low: 24.4 at Oklahoma (2002); 5 punts for 122 yards Season – High: 44.2 (2006) Season – Low: 35.6 (2007)

PASS DEFENSE Fewest Passing Yards Allowed (Game): 0 vs. Centenary (1939), vs. Texas A&M (1954), vs. Oklahoma State (1974), vs. Arkansas (1974) Fewest Passing Yards Allowed (Season): 1,623 (1994)

PUNT RETURNS

TOTAL DEFENSE Fewest Yards Allowed (Game): 119 vs. Southeastern Louisiana (2006) Fewest Yards Allowed (Season): 3,421 (1994)

FIRST DOWNS FIRST DOWNS Game – High: 45 vs. Iowa State (2003) Game – Low: 6 vs. Kansas State (1997), vs. Nebraska (1997) Season – High: 418 (2003) Season – Low: 186 (1999) TURNOVERS TURNOVERS Game: 8 vs. Rice (1990) Season – High: 38 (1990) Season – Low: 14 (1997) FUMBLES Game: 8 vs. Texas A&M (1991) Season – High: 35 (1990) Season – Low: 15 (2001) FUMBLES LOST Game: 5 vs. New Mexico (1994) Season – High: 21 (1990) Season – Low: 5 (2000, 2001) INTERCEPTIONS THROWN Game: 5 vs. Rice (1990); vs. Colorado (2003); vs. Oklahoma (2003) Season – High: 23 (2003) Season – Low: 6 (1996, 1997)

RETURNS Returns (Game): 22 vs. Centenary (1939) Returns (Game Since 1950): 13 vs. Iowa State (1967) Returns (Season): 59 (2002) Yards (Season): 766 (2002) Yards Per Return (Season): 12.9 (2002) Touchdowns (Season): 3 (2002) KICK RETURNS RETURNS Most Kickoff Returns (Season): 59 (2010), (2011) Most Kickoff Return Yards (Season): 1,319 (2010) Highest Kickoff Return Average (Season): 24.4 (2009) Most Kickoff Return Touchdowns (Season): 2 (1953)

SACKS Most Sacks (Game): 8 vs. SMU (1993) Most Sacks (Season): 41 (2009) Most Yards Lost by Sacks (Game): 61 vs. SMU (1994) Most Yards Lost by Sacks (Season): 265 (1997, 2009) TAKEAWAYS Most Takeaways (Game): 7, Houston (1993); Nebraska (2004) Most Takeaways (Season): 35 (1989) Most Opponent Fumbles (Game): 8, Baylor (1990) Most Opponent Fumbles (Season): 36 (2007) Most Opponent Fumbles Lost (Game): 4, Ohio State (1990), TCU (1993); Texas State (2011) Most Opponent Fumbles Lost (Season): 16 (1993), (1989) Most Interceptions (Game): 6 vs. New Mexico (1946), vs. Rice (1968), vs. Houston (1993) Most Interceptions (Season): 30 (1938) Most Interception Return Yards (Game): 160 vs. TCU (1990) Most Interception Return Yards (Season): 366 (1990) Most Interception Returns for Touchdowns (Game): 2 vs. Oklahoma State (2000) Most Interception Returns for TDs (Season): 3 (1994, 2001, 2008)

TURNOVER MARGIN Season – High: +12 (1991, 1993, 1997) Season – Low: -10 (2002)

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STADIUM RECORDS STADIUM RECORD ATTENDANCE: 60,454– Texas Tech vs. Texas (Sept. 18, 2010) 60,454– Texas Tech vs. Oklahoma State (Oct. 16, 2010) FIRST GAME AT JONES AT&T STADIUM: Nov. 29, 1947; Texas Tech vs. Hardin-Simmons FIRST GAME ON ARTIFICIAL TURF: Sept. 12, 1970; Texas Tech vs. Tulane FIRST GAME ON FIELDTURF: Sept. 2, 2006; Texas Tech vs. SMU TEXAS TECH SUCCESS AT JONES AT&T STADIUM: In its 64th season at The Jones, Texas Tech is 330-160-13 at home. STADIUM RECORD ATTENDANCE FOR A SEASON OPENER: 57,528 – Texas Tech vs. SMU (Sept. 5, 2010) STADIUM RECORD ATTENDANCE FOR STUDENT ATTENDANCE: 12,910 – Texas Tech vs. SMU (Sept. 5, 2010) CONSECUTIVE HOME GAMES WITHOUT A LOSS AT JONES AT&T STADIUM: 12; began with 34-27 win over Oklahoma on Nov. 17, 2007, through 52-30 loss to Texas A&M on Oct. 24, 2009 WINNING SEASONS: Texas Tech has had 51 winning or nonlosing seasons in 64 years at Jones AT&T Stadium. The last team to go undefeated at home was the 2008 squad with a record of 7-0.

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GAME ATTENDANCE (since 1959) Season Gms Average High Opponent 2011___ 6 ____ 55,347 ___ 59,260______ Iowa State 2010___ 6 ____ 57,108 ___ 60,454__ Texas/Okla. State 2009 __ 7 ____ 50,249 ___ 57,733 ______Texas A&M 2008 __ 7 ____ 53,625 ___ 56,333_________ Texas 2007 __ 6 ____ 51,911 ___ 55,491 ______Texas A&M 2006 __ 6 ____ 50,874 ___ 56,158 _________ Texas 2005 __ 7 ____ 50,972 ___ 55,755 ______Texas A&M 2004 __ 5 ____ 52,823 ___ 55,413 _________ Texas 2003 __ 6 ____ 49,608 ___ 53,135 ______ Oklahoma 2002 __ 6 ____ 43,126 ___ 52,047_________ Texas 2001 __ 6 ____ 46,101 ___ 52,649______Texas A&M 2000 __ 8 ____ 42,215 ___ 53,027 _________ Texas 1999___ 5 ____ 45,894 ___ 53,513 ______Texas A&M 1998___ 6 ____ 43,256 ___ 50,647 ________ Texas 1997___ 6 ____ 41,906 ___ 50,513 _____Texas A&M 1996___ 5 ____ 45,317 ___ 51,344 ______Nebraska 1995___ 5 ____ 39,218 ___ 51,205 _____Texas A&M 1994___ 6 ____ 32,032 ___ 45,591 ________ Texas 1993___ 5 ____ 33,318 ___ 50,748 ______Texas A&M 1992___ 6 ____ 39,735 ___ 50,741 ________ Texas 1991___ 6 ____ 37,905 ___ 50,577 _____Texas A&M 1990___ 5 ____ 43,476 ___ 50,276 ________ Texas 1989___ 6 ____ 37,983 ___ 50,743 _____Texas A&M 1988___ 5 ____ 35,803 ___ 49,682 ________ Texas 1987___ 7 ____ 31,132 ___ 42,625______Texas A&M 1986___ 6 ____ 37,719 ___ 44,820 ________ Texas 1985___ 6 ____ 36,392 ___ 50,148 ______Texas A&M 1984___ 6 ____ 36,839 ___ 50,722 ________ Texas 1983___ 6 ____ 39,459 ___ 52,109 ______Texas A&M 1982___ 5 ____ 43,311 ___ 52,041 ________ Texas 1981___ 6 ____ 41,398 ___ 50,081 _____Texas A&M 1980___ 7 ____ 41,578 ___ 50,132 _________ Texas 1979___ 6 ____ 46,083 ___ 52,991__________ USC 1978___ 5 ____ 45,286 ___ 54,012 ________ Texas 1977___ 5 ____ 43,557 ___ 55,008______Texas A&M 1976___ 6 ____ 43,366 ___ 54,187 ________ Texas 1975___ 6 ____ 39,584 ___ 52,254______Texas A&M 1974 ___ 6 ____ 41,738 ___ 51,082 ________ Texas 1973___ 6 ____ 39,412 ___ 50,102 ______Texas A&M 1972___ 6 ____ 38,876 ___ 52,187 _________ Texas 1971___ 5 ____ 36,914 ___ 44,380______Texas A&M 1970___ 6 ____ 44,476 ___ 53,124 _________ Texas 1969___ 5 ____ 39,150 ___ 49,000______Texas A&M 1968___ 6 ____ 43,199 ___ 50,352_________ SMU 1967___ 5 ____ 40,978 ___ 48,240______Texas A&M 1966___ 6 ____ 34,708 ___ 48,155 ________ Texas 1965___ 7 ____ 35,979 ___ 45,619 _______ Baylor 1964 __ 6 ____ 37,155 ___ 47,100 _________ Texas 1963___ 6 ____ 32,333 ___ 38,000______Texas A&M 1962___ 5 ____ 28,473 ___ 42,000_________ Texas 1961___ 6 ____ 22,583 ___ 38,500______Texas A&M 1960___ 6 ____ 19,475 ___ 32,000_________ SMU 1959___ 4 ____ 17,116 ___ 23,000__________ TCU

TOP 16 ATTENDANCE FIGURES Attend Game Season 60,454 _____Tech vs. Texas _______________ 2010 60,454 _____Tech vs. Ok State _____________ 2010 59,260 _____Tech vs. Iowa State ____________ 2011 58, 416 _____Tech vs. Texas A&M ____________ 2011 57,733______Tech vs. Texas A&M ____________ 2009 57,528______Tech vs. SMU________________ 2010 56,333 _____Tech vs. Texas _______________ 2008 56,168______Tech vs. Texas _______________ 2006 55,755______Tech vs. Texas A&M ____________ 2005 55,667 _____Tech vs. Missouri _____________ 2010 55,664 _____Tech vs. Nevada ______________ 2011 55,491______Tech vs. Texas A&M ____________ 2007 55,413______Tech vs. Texas _______________ 2004 55, 084 _____Tech vs. Weber State ___________ 2010 55,038 _____Tech vs. Oklahoma ____________ 2007 55,008 _____Tech vs. Texas A&M ____________ 1977 GAME RECORDS Most Home Games, Season: 9 games (1932) Most Home Games, Season (Since 1950): 8 (1994, 2000) Most Home Wins, Season: 7 games (1965, 2005, 2008) Most Home Losses, Season: 5 games (1944, 1950) Most Home Losses, Season (Since 1950): 4 games (1952, 1957, 1962, 1966, 1981, 1982, 1984, 1990) Most Home Ties, Season: 2 (1925) Most Home Ties, Season (Since 1950): 1 game (1954, 1956, 1968, 1979, 1981, 1983) Undefeated Home Seasons: 14 (Last: 2008) Longest Home Winning Streak: 13 (1939-42); before Jones AT&T Stadium Longest Home Losing Streak: 6 (1943-44) SINGLE GAME Most Points: 120 vs. Wayland (1925) Most Points (Since 1950): 80 vs. Sam Houston State (2005) Most Opponent Points: 61, Miami (Fla.) (1986) Most Combined Points: 120 (Texas Tech 120, Wayland 0 – 1925) Most Combined Points (Since 1950): 105 (Tech 70, TCU 35 – 2004) Widest Margin of Victory: 120 (Tech vs. Wayland – 1925) Widest Margin of Victory (Since 1950): 71-0 vs. New Mexico A&M (1953) MISCELLANEOUS Win-Loss Record: 330-159-13 Last Tie Game: vs. TCU, 10-10 (1983) SEASON Most Points: 367 (2005) Fewest Points: 20 (1928)


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