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2013 TEXAS TECH FOOTBALL MEDIA SUPPLEMENT Texas Tech University Athletics Communications Fourth Edition, Summer 2013

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DEPARTMENT OF INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS Shipping Address 2526 6th Street Lubbock, TX 79409 Mailing Address Box 43021 Lubbock, TX 79409 GPS Address 2526 6th St. Lubbock, TX 79409 www.texastech.com Facebook: TTUAthletics Twitter: @TechAthletics, @TechGameday

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___________________________________19-58 2013 Signing Class___________________________________59-61 Notes______________________________________________62 COACHES & STAFF Head Coach Kliff Kingsbury______________________________64-66 Co-Offensive Coordinators Sonny Cumbie/Eric Morris________________67 Defensive Coordinator Matt Wallerstedt________________________68 Co-Defensive Coordinator Mike Smith_________________________68 Kevin Curtis/Trey Haverty_________________________________69 Lee Hays/Mike Jinks_____________________________________70 John Scott Jr./Chad Dennis________________________________71 Support Staff_________________________________________72 2012 SEASON REVIEW Season Results________________________________________74 Offensive/Special Teams Individual Statistics___________________74-76 Defensive Individual Statistics______________________________77 Game-By-Game Starters/Team Game-By-Game Statistics_____________78 Game-By-Game Individual Statistics (Offense)____________________79 Game-By-Game Individual Statistics (Defense)___________________80 Superlatives_________________________________________81 Longest Plays_______________________________________82-83 Scoring Drives______________________________________84-85 Preseason Honors/Postseason Honors/Tech’s Record When____________86 Game Recaps_______________________________________87-94

EDITOR’S NOTE The 2013 Texas Tech Football Media Supplement is dedicated to the most courageous, loving and spirited person we know - Jennie Bailey. Everyone associated with Texas Tech Athletics is behind you every step of the way. We love you!

HISTORY & RECORDS All-Americans________________________________________96 All-Big 12 Conference_________________________________97-98 All-Southwest Conference_________________________________99 All-Border Conference__________________________________ 100 Academic All-Conference_____________________________ 101-102 National Awards______________________________________ 103 Team Awards_____________________________________ 104-105 All-Star Games____________________________________ 106-107 Red Raiders In The NFL_______________________________ 108-109 Red Raiders In The NFL Draft______________________________ 110 Texas Tech Hall of Honor______________________________ 111-112 Texas Tech Ring of Honor________________________________ 113 Letterwinners____________________________________ 114-120 All-Time Assistant Coaches_______________________________ 120 Head Coaches________________________________________ 121 All-Time Series Records_________________________________ 122 Year-By-Year Results________________________________ 123-129 National Polls____________________________________ 130-131 Bowl History________________________________________ 132 Bowl Records________________________________________ 133 Passing____________________________________________ 134 Passing/Receiving_____________________________________ 135 Rushing___________________________________________ 136 Total Offense/All-Purpose________________________________ 137 Scoring____________________________________________ 138 Defense___________________________________________ 139 Kickoff Return_______________________________________ 140 Punting___________________________________________ 141 Team__________________________________________ 142-143 Stadium/Attendance___________________________________ 144

2013 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Location Time TV Aug. 30 at SMU Dallas, Texas 7 p.m. ESPN Sept. 7 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN Lubbock, Texas 6 p.m. FSN Sept. 12 *TCU Lubbock, Texas 6:30 p.m. ESPN Sept. 21 TEXAS STATE Lubbock, Texas 6 p.m. FSN Oct. 5 at *Kansas Lawrence, Kan. TBA TBA Oct. 12 *IOWA STATE Lubbock, Texas TBA TBA Oct. 19 at *West Virginia Morgantown, W.V. TBA TBA Oct. 26 at *Oklahoma Norman, Okla. TBA TBA Nov. 2 *OKLAHOMA STATE Lubbock, Texas TBA TBA Nov. 9 *KANSAS STATE Lubbock, Texas TBA TBA Nov. 16 vs. *Baylor Arlington, Texas TBA TBA Nov. 28 at *Texas Austin, Texas 6:30 p.m. FS1 * = Big 12 Conference Game

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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 Director of Digital Meida/Licensing/Special Projects 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, officiating 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 Dir. Multimedia

Trenten Hilburn Associate Director

Scott Lacefield Associate Director

Matt Dowdy Assistant Director

Britton Drown Assistant Director

Sheila Tucker Admin. Asst.

Brandon Rawe Assistant Director

CONTACT INFORMATION Blayne Beal (Primary Football Contact, Men’s Golf) Associate Athletics Director Office______________________ (806) 834-3345 Cell_______________________ (806) 790-7924 Email___________________ blayne.beal@ttu.edu Twitter_______________________ @BlayneBeal Travis Cram (Women’s Basketball, W-Golf, Multimedia) Associate Director/Director of Multimedia Office______________________ (806) 834-1939 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) 834-2177 Cell_______________________ (806) 392-3543 Email_________________ trenten.hilburn@ttu.edu Twitter_________________________@THilburn Scott Lacefield (Secondary Football Contact, Baseball) Associate Director Office______________________ (806) 834-4733 Cell_______________________ (817) 691-3786 Email__________________ scott.lacefield@ttu.edu Twitter_____________________ @ScottLacefield Britton Drown (Secondary Football Contact, Track, XC, Soccer) Assistant Director Office______________________ (806) 834-3446 Cell_______________________ (972) 679-5094 Email__________________ britton.drown@ttu.edu Twitter______________________ @B_DrownTTU Matt Dowdy (Volleyball, Softball) Assistant Director Office______________________ (806) 834-4529 Cell_______________________ (806) 928-5190 Email________________ matthew.dowdy@ttu.edu Twitter______________________@Matt_Dowdy Brandon Rawe (TexasTech.TV) Assistant Director Office______________________ (806) 834-3229 Cell_______________________ (806) 789-5207 Email__________________ brandon.rawe@ttu.edu Twitter____________________ @Brandon_Rawe 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 2013 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. SMU (Aug. 30) Brad Sutton bsutton@smu.edu (214) 768-1304 www.smumustangs.com KANSAS (Oct. 5) Katie Lonergan katyl@ku.edu (785) 864-7314 www.kuathletics.com WEST VIRGINIA (Oct. 19) Mike Montoro mike.montoro@mail.wvu.edu (304) 293-2821 www.wvusports.com OKLAHOMA (Oct. 26) Pete Moris pmoris@ou.edu (405) 325-7008 www.soonersports.com

BAYLOR (Nov. 16 - Cowboys Stadium) Heath Nielsen heath_nielsen@baylor.edu (254) 710-3538 www.baylorbears.com TEXAS (Nov. 28) John Bianco john.bianco@athletics.utexas.edu (512) 471-1346 www.texassports.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 2013 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 Kliff Kingsbury 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 26 and running through Nov. 25. Coach Kingsbury 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.

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KINGSBURY AVAILABILITY Sunday: None Monday: Big 12 Conference Call, weekly media luncheon 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, Kliff Kingsbury 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. – Kliff Kingsbury, 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. Assistant coaches will be made available following practice on Tuesday and Wednesday. TEXAS TECH PRACTICE SCHEDULE The team will practice each day except for Sunday and interviews will follow at the conclusion of practice (excluding Monday). All practices are closed. Sunday – No Availability Monday - Availabiity at Media Luncheon Tuesday - 4:15 p.m. (Coaches & Players) Wednesday - 4:15 p.m. (Coaches) Thursday - 4:15 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. PHOTO REQUESTS Please submit your requests to Blayne Beal.

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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 @TTUKingsbury: Head Coach Kliff Kingsbury @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 Kliff Kingsbury 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.

OPPONENT DIRECTORY SMU Friday, August 30 Ford Stadium, Dallas Brad Sutton_________________ bsutton@smu.edu Office/Cell_________ (214) 768-2883/(214) 924-0358 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN Saturday, September 7 Jones AT&T Stadium, Lubbock James Dixon_________________ jdixon@sfasu.edu Office/Cell_________ (936) 468-2606/(936) 552-1171 TCU Thursday, September 12 Jones AT&T Stadium, Lubbock Mark Cohen_________________ m.cohen@tcu.edu Office/Cell_________ (817) 257-5394/(817) 343-2017 TEXAS STATE Saturday, September 21 Jones AT&T Stadium, Lubbock Rick Poulter_______________ rpoulter@txstate.edu Office/Cell_________ (512) 245-2966/(512) 738-0697 KANSAS Saturday, October 5 Memorial Stadium, Lawrence, Kan. Katy Lonergan___________________katyl@ku.edu Office/Cell_________ (785) 864-7314/(785) 691-7026 IOWA STATE Saturday, October 12 Jones AT&T Stadium, Lubbock Tom Kroeschell_____________ tkroesch@iastate.edu Office/Cell__________(515) 294-3372/(515)460-5834 WEST VIRGINIA Saturday, October 19 Milan Puskar Stadium, Morgantown Mike Montoro_________ mike.montoro@mail.wvu.edu Office/Cell_________ (304) 293-2821/(304) 276-2605 OKLAHOMA Saturday, October 26 Memorial Stadium, Norman Pete Moris___________________ pmoris@ou.edu Office______________________ (405) 325-7008 OKLAHOMA STATE Saturday, November 2 Jones AT&T Stadium, Lubbock Gavin Lang______________ gavin.lang@okstate.edu Office/Cell_________ (405) 744-3875/(405) 612-9274 KANSAS STATE Saturday, November 9 Jones AT&T Stadium, Lubbock Kenny Lannou______________ klannou@k-state.edu Office/Cell_________ (785) 532-7977/(785) 587-7867 BAYLOR Saturday, November 16 Cowboys Stadium, Arlington Heath Nielsen__________ heath_nielsen@baylor.edu Office/Cell_________ (254) 710-3538/(254) 709-4237 TEXAS Thursday, November 28 DKR-Texas Memorial Stadium, Austin John Bianco_______ john.bianco@athletics.utexas.edu Office/Cell_________ (512) 471-1346/(512) 748-9315 AT&T COTTON BOWL MEDIA SERVICES Assists with the Texas Tech vs. Baylor Game Saturday, Nov. 16, Cowboys Stadium Charlie Fiss____________ charlie@attcottonbowl.com Office/Cell_________ (817) 892-4800/(214) 549-8165

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SOCIAL MEDIA DIRECTORY Facebook ____________________________ facebook.com/techathletics ____________________ facebook.com/officialcoachkliffkingsbury Twitter _______________________ @TechAthletics (covers all 17 sports) ______________@TechGameDay (in-game updates for all 17 sports) ____________________@Blayne Beal (Associate AD/Football SID) _________________________ @KirbyHocutt (Athletics Director) ___________________________ @TTUKingsbury (Head Coach) _________________@SonnyCumbieTTU (Co-Offensive Coordinator) _________________ @TTUCoachMorris (Co-Offensive Coordinator) ______________________________ @TreyHaverty (Safeties) _____________________________ @LeeHays (Offensive Line) ___________________________@JScott_TTU (Defensive Line) ________________________ @MikeWho_TTU (Running Backs) YouTube _____________________________youtube.com/techathletics Instragram __________________________________ texastechathletics Pinterest _____________________________________ techathletics TexasTechTV _____________________________________ TexasTech.tv TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY Location________________________________________ Lubbock, Texas Founded______________________________________________ 1923 Enrollment___________________________________________ 32,000 Chancellor_________________________________________ Kent Hance President______________________________________ Dr. Duane Nellis 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 2012 Record/Big 12 Finish_________________________8-5, 4-5 (Big12)/Sixth 2012 Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas________ Texas Tech defeated Minnesota, 34-31 Offensive Scheme_______________________________________Spread Defensive Scheme______________________________________ Multiple Returning From 2012_______________________________________ 74 Lost From 2012___________________________________________ 45 2013 Signees____________________________________________ 22 Offensive Starters Returning___________________________________ 6 (Carpenter, Clark, K, Williams, Amaro, Ward, Grant) Offensive Starters Lost_______________________________________ 5 (Waddle, Gallington, McDaniel, Doege, Moore) Defensive Starters Returning___________________________________ 8 (Bush, Hyder, Richards, Eguavoen, Smith, Bullitt, Porter, Jones) Defensive Starters Lost______________________________________ 2 (Davis, Neboh) First Year of Football______________________________________ 1925 All-Time Record_____________________________532-410-32 (87 Seasons) All-Time Conference Record______________________________251-203-10 Conference Championships___________________________________ 11 Big 12 Division Championships (Last)_____________________1 (South-2008) Bowl Appearances (Record)______________________________ 35 (13-22)

COACHING STAFF Head Coach______________________________________ Kliff Kingsbury First Year At Tech/Record_______________________ 2013/0-0 Record At Tech_________________________ 0-0 (First Season) Big 12 Record_________________________ 0-0 (First Season) Career Record_________________________ 0-0 (First Season) Co-Offensive Coordinator___________ Sonny Cumbie (Fourth Season/1st as Co-OC) Co-Offensive Coordinator_______________________ Eric Morris (First Season) Defensive Coordinator_____________________ Matt Wallerstedt (First Season) Co-Defensive Coordinator______________________ Mike Smith (First Season) Assistant Coach: Cornerbacks____________________ Kevin Curtis (First Season) Assistant Coach: Safeties______________________ Trey Haverty (First Season) Assistant Coach: Offensive Line____________________ Lee Hays (First Season) Assistant Coach: Running Backs___________________ Mike Jinks (First Season) Assistant Coach: Defensive Line_________________ John Scott Jr. (First Season) Head Strength & Conditioning Coach:______________ Chad Dennis (First Season) Graduate Assistant: Offense__________________________ Stephen Hamby Graduate Assistant: Offense____________________________ Kevin Kilmer Graduate Assistant: Defense__________________________________TBD Graduate Assistant: Defense__________________________________TBD SUPPORT STAFF Chief of Staff________________________________________Kenny Bell Director of Operations_______________________________ Tommy McVay Director of Football Relations_______________________ Danielle Bartelstein Director of High School Relations__________________________ David Raih Director of Player Personnel______________________________ Scott Parr Recruiting Assistant__________________________________ Jason Reed Offensive Analyst___________________________________Marcus White Defensive Quality Control______________________________ Jacob Mathis Head Football Athletic Trainer_________________________________TBD Assistant Athletic Trainer______________________________Steve Pincock Assistant Athletic Trainer____________________________________TBD Assistant Strength Coach_______________________________ Trevor Kana Assistant Strength Coach________________________________ Billy Yates Assistant Strength Coach______________________________ Aaron Uzzell Head Football Equipment Manager_________________________ Zane Perry Assistant Equipment Manager__________________________ Benny Conger Assistant Equipment Manager________________________ Jordan Seawright Video Coordinator__________________________________Chris Velasquez Coordinator of Sports Broadcasting________________________Jeremy Smith Administrative Assistant/Head Coach____________________ Kirstie Sherman Administrative Assistant/Recruiting_______________________ Jennie Bailey Administrative Assistant/Business_____________________ Laura Vandergriff Administrative Assistant_____________________________________TBD 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_____________________Mike Ryan Associate AD/Red Raider Club___________________________ Amy McBride Associate AD/Ticket Operations____________________________ Erik Book Director of Promotions & Fan Engagement_____________________Elvis Moya Director of Digital Media/Licensing/Special Projects_____________Paige Holland 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 (@BlayneBeal) Office_______________________________ (806) 834-3345 Cell_________________________________ (806) 790-7924 Email____________________________ blayne.beal@ttu.edu Associate Director (Secondary)_______________ Scott Lacefield (@ScottLacefield) Office_______________________________ (806) 834-4733 Cell_________________________________ (817) 691-3786 Email___________________________ scott.lacefield@ttu.edu Assistant Director (Secondary)________________Britton Drown (@B_DrownTTU) Office_______________________________ (806) 834-3446 Cell_________________________________ (972) 679-5094 Email___________________________britton.drown@ttu.edu Director of Sports Broadcasting (Video)___________________ David Hougland Office_______________________________ (806) 742-5111 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 (@BroadcastBooth) Cell_________________________________ (972) 897-8388 Email________________________ redraiderradioguy@aol.com Color Analyst_______________________________________ John Harris Cell_________________________________ (806) 789-5176 Email___________________________ john.harris1@bms.com Sidelines__________________________________ Chris Level (@ChrisLevel) 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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Kliff Kingsbury

Head Coach

Sonny Cumbie Co-Offensive Cd.

Eric Morris Co-Offensive Cd.

Matt Wallerstedt Defensive Cd.

Mike Smith Co-Defensive Cd.

Kevin Curtis Cornerbacks

Trey Haverty Safeties

Lee Hays Offensive Line

Mike Jinks Running Backs

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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: Duane Nellis, 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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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.

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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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.

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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 DR. DUANE NELLIS President

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

M. Duane Nellis was named as the 16th president of Texas Tech University on March 22, 2013. He began his term in June 2013. Nellis comes to Texas Tech from the University of Idaho, where he began serving as president in July 2009. There, he was instrumental in producing record student enrollments, gaining national recognition of the university research mission with dramatic funding increases, and extending university programs to benefit the people of the state educationally and economically. Independent studies now show the university boosts Idaho’s economy by more than $1 billion each year, in part due to Nellis’ Vision 2020 goals that seek to provide a sustainable economic base for the university by 2020.

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

Nellis also led a major capital campaign at the University of Idaho, “Inspiring Futures”, oversaw over $80 million in campus facility improvements, created the President’s Diversity Council, enhanced what became a nationally award-winning engagement effort through creation of the Office for Community Partnerships, improved major inter-disciplinary initiatives, and significantly improved business partnerships between the University of Idaho and business and commodity groups throughout the Northwest. As the chief executive officer of Idaho’s nationally recognized research and land-grant university, he was responsible for nearly 14,000 employees and students as well as a budget in excess of $453 million. That responsibility extended to 42 statewide extension offices and nearly 28 other research and educational facilities across the state including campus locations in Boise, Coeur d’Alene and Idaho Falls. This includes general education as well as programs funded separately from the University of Idaho to include the Agricultural Research and Extension Service, the Forest Utilization Research program, the Idaho Geological Survey, the Washington-Idaho Veterinary Program and the multi-state WWAMI (Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana and Idaho) Medical Education program. He is recognized nationally and internationally for his research that utilizes satellite data and geographic information systems to analyze various dimensions of the earth’s land surface. This research has been funded by more than 50 sources such as NASA, the National Geographic Society, the U.S. Agency for International Development and the U.S. Department of Agriculture. His research has led to more than 100 articles and reports in a wide range of professional journals, and 17 books and book chapters. He has given more than 100 professional presentations and has been invited to speak at more than 60 universities and related settings internationally. Nellis is a native of the Northwest: he was born in Spokane, Wash. He met and married his wife, Ruthie, while pursuing his bachelor’s degree in earth sciences/geography at Montana State University. He received his master’s and doctoral degrees in geography from Oregon State University.

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ADMINISTRATION KIRBY HOCUTT Director of Athletics

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 became 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 new projects such as 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 played a key role in increasing 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 21 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 • 2013 Signing Class

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POST-SPRING DEPTH CHART OFFENSE LT 62 Le’Raven Clark_______6-5__303__ So-1L____________Rockdale, Texas 67 Matt Wilson________6-6__268__So-SQ___________Coldspring, Texas

DEFENSE END 91 Kerry Hyder_________6-2__281__ Sr-3L_____________ Austin, Texas 54 Dartwan Bush_______6-1__256__ Sr-3L______________ Clute, Texas

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51 Tony Morales________6-3__302__So-SQ___________ Arlington, Texas 63 James Polk_________6-6__332__ Jr-2L____________ Houston, Texas

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75 Jared Kaster________6-3__271__ So-1L______________ Altair, Texas 51 Tony Morales________6-3__302__So-SQ___________ Arlington, Texas

T 43 Jackson Richards______6-4__248__ Jr-2L___________ Southlake, Texas TBD

RG 72 Beau Carpenter______6-6__284__ Jr-2L_______ Sulphur Springs, Texas 56 Alfredo Morales______6-3__302__ So-1L___________ Arlington, Texas

BAN 9 Branden Jackson______6-4__248__ So-1L___________ McKeesport, Pa. 10 Pete Robertson_______6-3__220__ So-1L___________ Longview, Texas

RT 77 Trey Kennan________6-6__280__ Fr-RS_____________ Argyle, Texas 73 Rashad Fortenberry____6-5__275__ Sr-1L___________ Tylertown, Miss.

RAID 1 Terrance Bullitt_______6-3__221__ Sr-3L____________ Garland, Texas TBD

QB 16 Michael Brewer______6-1__183__ So-1L___________Lake Travis, Texas -or- 7 Davis Webb_________6-4__194__ Fr-HS_____________Prosper, Texas

MIKE 18 Micah Awe_________6-0__205__ So-1L___________ Arlington, Texas 25 Blake Dees_________6-0__215__ Jr-2L___________Spanish Fort, Ala.

RB 34 Kenny Williams______5-9__219__ Jr-2L__________ Pflugerville, Texas 21 DeAndre Washington___5-8__182__ So-1L_________ Missouri City, Texas

WILL 13 Sam Eguavoen_______6-1__220__ Jr-2L____________ Garland, Texas 7 Will Smith_________6-3__224__ Sr-1L____________ Riverside, Calif.

WR 18 Eric Ward__________6-0__204__ Sr-3L_________ Wichita Falls, Texas 19 Derreck Edwards______6-1__177__ So-1L___________ Brenham, Texas

BC 29 Olaoluwa Falemi______5-9__157__ Sr-1L_____________ Carson, Calif. 4 Derrick Mays_______ 5-11__175__ Sr-3L_____________ Killeen, Texas

WR 11 Jakeem Grant_______5-6__163__ So-1L___________ Mesquite, Texas 8 Sadale Foster________5-7__187__ Sr-1L____________ Riverside, Calif.

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5 Tre’ Porter__________6-0__202__ Sr-3L__________Midwest City, Okla. 35 Keenon Ward________5-9__189__ Fr-RS_____________ Snyder, Texas

WR 22 Jace Amaro_________6-5__257__ Jr-2L__________San Antonio, Texas 85 Jordan Davis________5-9__174__ Jr-1L___________ Arlington, Texas

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41 J.J. Gaines_________ 5-10__180__ So-1L______________Irving, Texas 30 Austin Stewart_______6-0__206__ Jr-1L____________ Matthews, N.C.

WR 4 Bradley Marquez_____ 5-11__201__ Jr-2L_____________ Odessa, Texas 2 Reginald Davis_______6-0__184__ Fr-RS_____________Tenaha, Texas

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24 Bruce Jones________5-7__171__ Sr-1L____________ Eastvale, Calif. 23 Jeremy Reynolds______5-9__175__ So-1L___________ Greensboro, N.C.

SPECIAL TEAMS PK 48 Ryan Bustin________ 5-11__172__ Jr-1L_____________ Kilgore, Texas 42 Taylor Symmank______6-2__173__So-SQ___________ McKinney, Texas P

26 Ryan Erxleben_______6-1__191__ Sr-3L___________ Lake Travis, Texas 42 Taylor Symmank______6-2__173__So-SQ___________ McKinney, Texas

DS 52 Alex Chester_______ 5-10__220__ Jr-2L_____________ Austin, Texas 57 David Brenner_______6-0__219__So-SQ______________ Plano, Texas H

26 Ryan Erxleben_______6-1__191__ Sr-3L___________ Lake Travis, Texas 85 Jordan Davis________5-9__174__ Jr-1L___________ Arlington, Texas

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96 Dennell Wesley_______6-1__286__ Sr-2L_____________ Hastings, Fla. 94 Donte Phillips_______6-2__260__ So-1L___________Milwaukee, Wisc.


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POST-SPRING NUMERICAL ROSTER PLAYER Terrance Bullitt______________ Reginald Davis______________ Bradley Marquez_____________ Derrick Mays_______________ Tre’ Porter_________________ Kris Williams_______________ Will Smith_________________ Davis Webb________________ Sadale Foster_______________ Shawn Corker_______________ Branden Jackson_____________ Pete Robertson______________ Jakeem Grant_______________ Sam Eguavoen______________ La’Darius Newbold____________ Clayton Nicholas_____________ Michael Brewer______________ Micah Awe________________ Eric Ward_________________ Derreck Edwards_____________ DeAndre Washington__________ Jace Amaro________________ Dawson Gamble_____________ Jeremy Reynolds_____________ Bruce Jones________________ Blake Dees________________ Ryan Erxleben______________ John White________________ Brad Pearson_______________ Zach Winbush_______________ Dominique Wheeler___________ Olaoluwa Falemi_____________ Josh Talbott________________ Austin Stewart______________ Brandon Bagley_____________ Omar Ontiveros______________ Kenny Williams______________ Brandon DeFrance____________ Keenon Ward_______________ Thierry Nguema_____________ Bobby Esiaba_______________ Quinton White______________ Summitt Hogue_____________ Rodney Hall________________ J.J. Gaines_________________ Taylor Symmank_____________ Jackson Richards_____________ Kramer Fyfe________________ Chris Knighton______________ Garrett Carter_______________ Ryan Bustin________________ Tyler Scalzi________________ Tony Morales_______________ Alex Chester________________ Kindred Evans______________ Dartwan Bush______________ Alfredo Morales_____________ David Brenner______________ Emiliano Renteria____________

POS HT WT YR-EX HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL/LAST SCHOOL LB______ 6-3______221_____ Sr-3L________________________________________ Garland, Texas/Naaman Forest WR______ 6-0______184_____ Fr-RS_____________________________________________ Tenaha, Texas/Tenaha WR______ 5-11_____201_____ Jr-2L_____________________________________________ Odessa, Texas/Odessa CB______ 5-11_____175_____ Sr-3L___________________________________________ Killeen, Texas/Shoemaker S_______ 6-0______202_____ Sr-3L________________________________________ Midwest City, Okla./Carl Albert LB______ 6-1______213_____ Fr-RS__________________________________________ Dallas, Texas/Bryan Adams LB______ 6-3______224_____ Sr-1L__________________________________Riverside, Calif./Notre Dame/Riverside CC QB______ 6-4______194_____ Fr-HS_____________________________________________ Prosper, Texas/Prosper RB______ 5-7______187_____ Sr-1L___________________________________Riverside, Calif./J.W. North/Riverside CC WR______ 6-1______193_____ Jr-2L___________________________________ Fort Lauderdale, Fla./Cardinal Gibbons LB______ 6-4______248_____ So-1L_________________________________________ McKeesport, Pa./McKeesport LB______ 6-3______220_____ So-1L__________________________________________ Longview, Texas/Longview WR______ 5-6______163_____ So-1L_______________________________________ Mesquite, Texas/Mesquite Horn LB______ 6-1______220_____ Jr-2L_____________________________________Garland, Texas/Lakeview Centennial CB______ 5-11_____190_____ Fr-RS__________________________________________ Lancaster, Texas/Lancaster QB______ 6-3______216_____ Fr-RS_____________________________________________ Abilene, Texas/Cooper QB______ 6-1______183_____ So-1L_________________________________________ Lake Travis, Texas/Lake Travis LB______ 6-0______205_____ So-1L___________________________________________ Arlington, Texas/Summitt WR______ 6-0______204_____ Sr-3L___________________________________________ Wichita Falls, Texas/Rider WR______ 6-1______177_____ So-1L___________________________________________ Brenham, Texas/Brenham RB______ 5-8______182_____ So-1L________________________________________ Missouri City, Texas/T. Marshall TE______ 6-5______257_____ Jr-2L________________________________________ San Antonio, Texas/MacArthur CB______ 5-11_____175_____ Fr-RS____________________________________Austin, Texas/Regent School of Austin CB______ 5-9______175_____ So-1L____________________________________________Greensboro, N.C./Dudley CB______ 5-7______171_____ Sr-1L___________________________________ Eastvale, Calif./Roosevelt/Riverside CC LB______ 6-0______215_____ Jr-2L________________________________________Spanish Fort, Ala./Spanish Fort P_______ 6-1______191_____ Sr-3L_________________________________________ Lake Travis, Texas/Lake Travis S_______ 5-10_____200_____ So-SQ___________________________________________ Bremond, Texas/Bremond WR______ 6-3______215_____ So-1L___________________________________________ Lubbock, Texas/Monterey LB______ 6-1______219_____ Jr-2L____________________________________________ Schertz, Texas/Clemens WR______ 6-1______177_____ Fr-RS____________________________________________ Crockett, Texas/Crockett CB______ 5-9______157_____ Sr-1L__________________________________Carson, Calif./Banning/LA Harbor College RB______ 6-0______199_____ Sr-SQ_____________________________________ Trophy Club, Texas/Liberty Christian S_______ 6-0______206_____ Jr-1L____________________________________ Matthews, N.C./Butler/L.A. Pierce JC CB______ 5-10_____155_____ Jr-1L_____________________________ Los Angeles, Calif./Compton/College of Sequoias FB______ 6-1______236_____ Jr-2L_____________________________________________Austin, Texas/Westlake RB______ 5-9______219_____ Jr-2L_______________________________________ Pflugerville, Texas/Hendrickson WR______ 5-11_____177_____ Sr-SQ___________________________ Colleyville, Texas/Heritage/Southeast Oklahoma St. S_______ 5-9______189_____ Fr-RS______________________________________________ Snyder, Texas/Snyder CB______ 5-10_____168_____ Fr-RS_____________________________________________Corona, Calif./Santiago LB______ 6-0______230_____ So-SQ________________________________________ Houston, Texas/Dallastown PA RB______ 5-7______197_____ Fr-RS__________________________________College Station, Texas/A&M Consolidated S_______ 5-11_____184_____ So-1L____________________________________________Lubbock, Texas/Frenship RB______ 5-9______233_____ So-TR______________________________________Angleton, Texas/Angleton/Tyler JC S_______ 5-10_____180_____ So-1L______________________________________________ Irving, Texas/Nimitz K_______ 6-2______173_____ So-SQ___________________________McKinney, Texas/McKinney Boyd/Southern Arkansas DL______ 6-4______248_____ Jr-2L____________________________________________ Southlake, Texas/Carroll PK______ 5-8______159_____ Jr-1L____________________________________________Austin, Texas/Lake Travis DL______ 6-1______252_____ Sr-3L__________________________________________ Longview, Texas/Longview LB______ 6-1______206_____ Fr-HS__________________________________________ Sundown, Texas/Sundown K_______ 5-11_____172_____ Jr-1L____________________________________ Kilgore, Texas/Kilgore/Kilgore College LB______ 6-4______220_____ Fr-RS____________________________________ Flower Mound, Texas/Flower Mound OL______ 6-3______302_____ So-SQ________________________________________ Arlington, Texas/Sam Houston DS______ 5-10_____220_____ Jr-2L______________________________________________ Austin, Texas/Austin DL______ 6-3______228_____ So-1L__________________________________ Grand Prairie, Texas/South Grand Prairie DL______ 6-1______256_____ Sr-3L___________________________________________ Clute, Texas/Brazoswood OL______ 6-3______302_____ So-1L________________________________________ Arlington, Texas/Sam Houston DS______ 6-0______219_____ So-SQ_______________________________Plano, Texas, Canyon Creek Christian Academy OL______ 6-3______295_____ Fr-HS_____________________________________________Lamesa, Texas/Lamesa WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

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Le’Raven Clark______________ James Polk________________ Matt Wilson________________ Kyle Clark_________________ Beau Carpenter______________ Rashad Fortenberry___________ Jared Kaster________________ Trey Keenan________________ Bennett Ofor_______________ Brent Mitcham______________ Jordan Davis_______________ Peyton Williams_____________ Aaron Fisher_______________ Brennan Blakemore___________ Cameron Wright_____________ Kerry Hyder________________ Donte Phillips_______________ Dennell Wesley______________ Anthony Smith______________

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OL______ 6-5______303_____ So-1L___________________________________________ Rockdale, Texas/Rockdale OL______ 6-6______332_____ Jr-2L___________________________________________ Houston, Texas/Alief Elsik OL______ 6-6______268_____ So-SQ___________________________________ Coldspring, Texas/Coldspring Oakhurst OL______ 6-5______286_____ Sr-1L______________________________________________ Denton, Texas/Guyer OL______ 6-6______284_____ Jr-2L___________________________________Sulphur Springs, Texas/Sulphur Springs OL______ 6-5______275_____ Sr-1L________________________Tylertown, Miss./Bowling Green/Mississippi Gulf Coast CC OL______ 6-3______271_____ So-1L_____________________________________________Altair, Texas/Altair Rice OL______ 6-6______280_____ Fr-RS______________________________________________ Argyle, Texas/Argyle OL______ 6-3______255_____ Jr-TR_______________________________ Houston, Texas/Clearbrook/Midwestern State WR______ 5-8______183_____ Jr-SQ_________________________________________Houston, Texas/Cypress Creek WR______ 5-9______174_____ Jr-1L_______________________ Arlington, Texas/Arlington/Southwestern Oklahoma State WR______ 6-1______178_____ Fr-TR______________________________________ Southlake, Texas/Carroll/Colorado WR______ 6-2______188_____ Sr-3L___________________________________________ Keller, Texas/Fossil Ridge WR______ 5-8______164_____ Fr-HS__________________________________ Wimberley, Texas/Wimberley/Blinn C.C. DL______ 6-3______223_____ So-1L_____________________________________________Lubbock, Texas/Cooper DL______ 6-2______281_____ Sr-3L_______________________________________ Austin, Texas/Lyndon B. Johnson DL______ 6-2______260_____ So-1L_________________________________________ Milwaukee, Wis./Homestead DL______ 6-1______286_____ Sr-2L_____________________________________ Hastings, Fla./Menendez/Butler CC DL______ 5-10_____312_____ Fr-RS_______________________________________ Houston, Texas/Spring Westfield


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POST-SPRING ALPHABETICAL ROSTER PLAYER Jace Amaro________________ Micah Awe________________ Brandon Bagley_____________ Brennan Blakemore___________ David Brenner______________ Michael Brewer______________ Terrance Bullitt______________ Dartwan Bush______________ Ryan Bustin________________ Beau Carpenter______________ Garrett Carter_______________ Alex Chester________________ Kyle Clark_________________ Le’Raven Clark______________ Shawn Corker_______________ Jordan Davis_______________ Reginald Davis______________ Blake Dees________________ Brandon DeFrance____________ Derreck Edwards_____________ Sam Eguavoen______________ Ryan Erxleben______________ Bobby Esiaba_______________ Kindred Evans______________ Olaoluwa Falemi_____________ Aaron Fisher_______________ Rashad Fortenberry___________ Sadale Foster_______________ Kramer Fyfe________________ J.J. Gaines_________________ Dawson Gamble_____________ Jakeem Grant_______________ Rodney Hall________________ Summitt Hogue_____________ Kerry Hyder________________ Branden Jackson_____________ Bruce Jones________________ Jared Kaster________________ Trey Keenan________________ Chris Knighton______________ Bradley Marquez_____________ Derrick Mays_______________ Brent Mitcham______________ Alfredo Morales_____________ Tony Morales_______________ La’Darius Newbold____________ Thierry Nguema_____________ Clayton Nicholas_____________ Bennett Ofor_______________ Omar Ontiveros______________ Brad Pearson_______________ Donte Phillips_______________ James Polk________________ Tre’ Porter_________________ Emiliano Renteria____________ Jeremy Reynolds_____________ Jackson Richards_____________ Pete Robertson______________ Tyler Scalzi________________

POS HT WT YR-EX HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL/LAST SCHOOL TE______ 6-5______257_____ Jr-2L________________________________________ San Antonio, Texas/MacArthur LB______ 6-0______205_____ So-1L___________________________________________ Arlington, Texas/Summitt CB______ 5-10_____155_____ Jr-1L_____________________________ Los Angeles, Calif./Compton/College of Sequoias WR______ 5-8______164_____ Fr-HS__________________________________ Wimberley, Texas/Wimberley/Blinn C.C. DS______ 6-0______219_____ So-SQ_______________________________Plano, Texas, Canyon Creek Christian Academy QB______ 6-1______183_____ So-1L_________________________________________ Lake Travis, Texas/Lake Travis LB______ 6-3______221_____ Sr-3L________________________________________ Garland, Texas/Naaman Forest DL______ 6-1______256_____ Sr-3L___________________________________________ Clute, Texas/Brazoswood K_______ 5-11_____172_____ Jr-1L____________________________________ Kilgore, Texas/Kilgore/Kilgore College OL______ 6-6______284_____ Jr-2L___________________________________Sulphur Springs, Texas/Sulphur Springs LB______ 6-1______206_____ Fr-HS__________________________________________ Sundown, Texas/Sundown DS______ 5-10_____220_____ Jr-2L______________________________________________ Austin, Texas/Austin OL______ 6-5______286_____ Sr-1L______________________________________________ Denton, Texas/Guyer OL______ 6-5______303_____ So-1L___________________________________________ Rockdale, Texas/Rockdale WR______ 6-1______193_____ Jr-2L___________________________________ Fort Lauderdale, Fla./Cardinal Gibbons WR______ 5-9______174_____ Jr-1L_______________________ Arlington, Texas/Arlington/Southwestern Oklahoma State WR______ 6-0______184_____ Fr-RS_____________________________________________ Tenaha, Texas/Tenaha LB______ 6-0______215_____ Jr-2L________________________________________Spanish Fort, Ala./Spanish Fort WR______ 5-11_____177_____ Sr-SQ___________________________ Colleyville, Texas/Heritage/Southeast Oklahoma St. WR______ 6-1______177_____ So-1L___________________________________________ Brenham, Texas/Brenham LB______ 6-1______220_____ Jr-2L_____________________________________Garland, Texas/Lakeview Centennial P_______ 6-1______191_____ Sr-3L_________________________________________ Lake Travis, Texas/Lake Travis LB______ 6-0______230_____ So-SQ________________________________________ Houston, Texas/Dallastown PA DL______ 6-3______228_____ So-1L__________________________________ Grand Prairie, Texas/South Grand Prairie CB______ 5-9______157_____ Sr-1L__________________________________Carson, Calif./Banning/LA Harbor College WR______ 6-2______188_____ Sr-3L___________________________________________ Keller, Texas/Fossil Ridge OL______ 6-5______275_____ Sr-1L________________________Tylertown, Miss./Bowling Green/Mississippi Gulf Coast CC RB______ 5-7______187_____ Sr-1L___________________________________Riverside, Calif./J.W. North/Riverside CC PK______ 5-8______159_____ Jr-1L____________________________________________Austin, Texas/Lake Travis S_______ 5-10_____180_____ So-1L______________________________________________ Irving, Texas/Nimitz CB______ 5-11_____175_____ Fr-RS____________________________________Austin, Texas/Regent School of Austin WR______ 5-6______163_____ So-1L_______________________________________ Mesquite, Texas/Mesquite Horn RB______ 5-9______233_____ So-TR______________________________________Angleton, Texas/Angleton/Tyler JC S_______ 5-11_____184_____ So-1L____________________________________________Lubbock, Texas/Frenship DL______ 6-2______281_____ Sr-3L_______________________________________ Austin, Texas/Lyndon B. Johnson LB______ 6-4______248_____ So-1L_________________________________________ McKeesport, Pa./McKeesport CB______ 5-7______171_____ Sr-1L___________________________________ Eastvale, Calif./Roosevelt/Riverside CC OL______ 6-3______271_____ So-1L_____________________________________________Altair, Texas/Altair Rice OL______ 6-6______280_____ Fr-RS______________________________________________ Argyle, Texas/Argyle DL______ 6-1______252_____ Sr-3L__________________________________________ Longview, Texas/Longview WR______ 5-11_____201_____ Jr-2L_____________________________________________ Odessa, Texas/Odessa CB______ 5-11_____175_____ Sr-3L___________________________________________ Killeen, Texas/Shoemaker WR______ 5-8______183_____ Jr-SQ_________________________________________Houston, Texas/Cypress Creek OL______ 6-3______302_____ So-1L________________________________________ Arlington, Texas/Sam Houston OL______ 6-3______302_____ So-SQ________________________________________ Arlington, Texas/Sam Houston CB______ 5-11_____190_____ Fr-RS__________________________________________ Lancaster, Texas/Lancaster CB______ 5-10_____168_____ Fr-RS_____________________________________________Corona, Calif./Santiago QB______ 6-3______216_____ Fr-RS_____________________________________________ Abilene, Texas/Cooper OL______ 6-3______255_____ Jr-TR_______________________________ Houston, Texas/Clearbrook/Midwestern State FB______ 6-1______236_____ Jr-2L_____________________________________________Austin, Texas/Westlake WR______ 6-3______215_____ So-1L___________________________________________ Lubbock, Texas/Monterey DL______ 6-2______260_____ So-1L_________________________________________ Milwaukee, Wis./Homestead OL______ 6-6______332_____ Jr-2L___________________________________________ Houston, Texas/Alief Elsik S_______ 6-0______202_____ Sr-3L________________________________________ Midwest City, Okla./Carl Albert OL______ 6-3______295_____ Fr-HS_____________________________________________Lamesa, Texas/Lamesa CB______ 5-9______175_____ So-1L____________________________________________Greensboro, N.C./Dudley DL______ 6-4______248_____ Jr-2L____________________________________________ Southlake, Texas/Carroll LB______ 6-3______220_____ So-1L__________________________________________ Longview, Texas/Longview LB______ 6-4______220_____ Fr-RS____________________________________ Flower Mound, Texas/Flower Mound WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

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Anthony Smith______________ Will Smith_________________ Austin Stewart______________ Taylor Symmank_____________ Josh Talbott________________ Eric Ward_________________ Keenon Ward_______________ DeAndre Washington__________ Davis Webb________________ Dennell Wesley______________ Dominique Wheeler___________ John White________________ Quinton White______________ Kenny Williams______________ Kris Williams_______________ Peyton Williams_____________ Matt Wilson________________ Zach Winbush_______________ Cameron Wright_____________

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DL______ 5-10_____312_____ Fr-RS_______________________________________ Houston, Texas/Spring Westfield LB______ 6-3______224_____ Sr-1L__________________________________Riverside, Calif./Notre Dame/Riverside CC S_______ 6-0______206_____ Jr-1L____________________________________ Matthews, N.C./Butler/L.A. Pierce JC K_______ 6-2______173_____ So-SQ___________________________McKinney, Texas/McKinney Boyd/Southern Arkansas RB______ 6-0______199_____ Sr-SQ_____________________________________ Trophy Club, Texas/Liberty Christian WR______ 6-0______204_____ Sr-3L___________________________________________ Wichita Falls, Texas/Rider S_______ 5-9______189_____ Fr-RS______________________________________________ Snyder, Texas/Snyder RB______ 5-8______182_____ So-1L________________________________________ Missouri City, Texas/T. Marshall QB______ 6-4______194_____ Fr-HS_____________________________________________ Prosper, Texas/Prosper DL______ 6-1______286_____ Sr-2L_____________________________________ Hastings, Fla./Menendez/Butler CC WR______ 6-1______177_____ Fr-RS____________________________________________ Crockett, Texas/Crockett S_______ 5-10_____200_____ So-SQ___________________________________________ Bremond, Texas/Bremond RB______ 5-7______197_____ Fr-RS__________________________________College Station, Texas/A&M Consolidated RB______ 5-9______219_____ Jr-2L_______________________________________ Pflugerville, Texas/Hendrickson LB______ 6-1______213_____ Fr-RS__________________________________________ Dallas, Texas/Bryan Adams WR______ 6-1______178_____ Fr-TR______________________________________ Southlake, Texas/Carroll/Colorado OL______ 6-6______268_____ So-SQ___________________________________ Coldspring, Texas/Coldspring Oakhurst LB______ 6-1______219_____ Jr-2L____________________________________________ Schertz, Texas/Clemens DL______ 6-3______223_____ So-1L_____________________________________________Lubbock, Texas/Cooper


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MICAH AWE

LB • 6-0 • 205 • Sophomore/1L Arlington, Texas/Summitt

2012 Phil Steele All-Big 12 (3rd Team)... Dallas Morning News All-Big 12 (Honorable Mention)... ESPN All-Big 12 (1st Team)... All-Big 12 (2nd Team)... Midseason College Football News AllAmerica (2nd Team)... Midseason Phil Steele All-Big 12 (1st Team)... Midseason CBS Sports All-Big 12 (1st Team)... College Football Performance Award - National Tight End of the Week (10/15)... College Football Performance Award - Hon. Mention National Tight End of the Week (9/17)... one of 31 players in the Big 12 to record a 100-yard receiving game... missed the final six games of the regular season due to injury... returned for the bowl game... played in seven games (6 starts) with 25 receptions, 409 receiving yards and four touchdowns... averaged 58.4 receiving yards per game... led the team averaging 16.4 yards per catch... 16.4 yards per catch is the most by a Red Raider (with at least 10 REC) since 2008 (Edward Britton, 16.5 avg. - 35 REC/577 yards)... four touchdown catches ranked third on the team... caught multiple passes in every game played... made two receptions for 15 yards against Minnesota in the Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas at Reliant Stadium (12/28)... caught five passes for 156 yards with a touchdown, including a catch of 61 yards from QB Seth Doege against No. 4 West Virginia (10/13)... 156 yards receiving marked the most by a Red Raider in Big 12 play since 2009 (Alex Torres - 163, vs. OU)... marked first career 100-yard receiving game... 61-yard catch marked the longest of the season by a Tech player and the longest by a Red Raider since 2009 (Jacoby Franks - 72 yards - vs. K-State)... made three catches for 29 yards (long 18) against No. 14 Oklahoma (10/6)... tallied four receptions for 48 yards (long 19) at Iowa State (9/29)... caught four passes for 57 yards with two touchdowns against New Mexico (9/15)... marked first career multiple touchdown performance... made three catches for 55 yards with a touchdown at Texas State (9/8)... caught four passes for 49 yards in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1).

2012 Played in 13 games (0 starts) with 12 tackles (7 solo) with 0.5 tackles for a loss... led all Red Raider true freshmen in tackles... one of just two Red Raider true freshmen to play during the season (OL Jared Kaster)… made at least one tackle in six games... played primarily on special teams... notched four tackles (all assisted) against Minnesota in the Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas at Reliant Stadium (12/28)... recorded a tackle (solo) against Baylor (11/24) at Cowboys Stadium... made two tackles (both solo) at No. 21 TCU (10/20)... made one tackle (solo) against No. 14 Oklahoma (10/6)... posted three tackles against New Mexico (9/15)... recorded first career tackle while making one solo and one assisted tackle for a loss at Texas State (9/8)... made career debut in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1).

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). 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

HIGH SCHOOL Summit High School in Mansfield, Texas… 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… High School Coach: Travis Pride. PERSONAL Micah Awe… born January 4, 1994 in Lagos, Nigeria… son of Charles and Abigail Awe… father graduated from UT Arlington while his mother is a graduate of Texas Tech… has three younger siblings, brothers Paul and Andrew, and sister, Ann… hobbies include creating things on the computer, making beats and playing videos… petroleum engineering major at Texas Tech. CAREER HIGHS Tackles___________________________________ 4, vs. Minnesota (2012) Tackles For Loss_____________________________ 0.5, at Texas State (2012) Sacks _______________________________________________None Interceptions___________________________________________None Fumbles Recovered________________________________________None * Indicates most recent high

PERSONAL Jace Jordan Amaro… born June 26, 1992, in Plano, Texas… son of Robert and Rosemary Amaro… has older sibling, Manae, and younger sibling, Madison… undeclared major. CAREER HIGHS Receptions________________________________ 5, vs. West Virginia (2012) Yards ________________________________ 156, vs. West Virginia (2012) Touchdowns________________________________2, vs. New Mexico (2012) Longest Reception__________________________ 61, vs. West Virginia (2012) All-Purpose Yards__________________________ 156, vs. West Virginia (2012) * Indicates most recent high CAREER STATISTICS RECEIVING G Rec Yds TD Lg Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 2011 12 7 57 2 12 0.6 8.1 4.8 2012 7 25 409 4 61 3.6 16.4 58.4 TOTAL 19 32 466 6 61 1.7 14.6 24.5 WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

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CB • 5-10 • 155 • Junior/1L Los Angeles, Calif./Compton/College Sequoias 2012 Played in nine games (0 starts) with five tackles (4 solo)... also played primarily on special teams in the final two games of the season at Oklahoma State (11/17) and against Baylor (11/24) at Cowboys Stadium... collected two tackles (both solo) against Kansas (11/10)... made one tackle against No. 22 Texas (11/3)... tallied one tackle (solo) at No. 21 TCU (10/20)... recorded first career tackles with two (both solo) against No. 4 West Virginia (10/13)... made career debut on special teams in Big 12 opener at Iowa State (9/29). COLLEGE OF THE SEQUOIAS College of the Sequoias in Visalia, Calif… played one season for College of the Sequoias helping lead the team to a 4-6 record while facing five ranked opponents, including four top-10 ranked teams… made nine tackles and led the team with three interceptions. HIGH SCHOOL Compton High School in Compton, Calif… made 18 tackles during his senior season… averaged 18 yards per punt return… ranked among the top 500 prep players in the state of California… also competed in track and field, basketball and wrestling… High School Coaches: Calvin Bryant, Curtis Seymoure, Randy Harrel, Derrick Anderson and Ricky Carrigan. PERSONAL Brandon Bagley… born February 24, 1993 in Compton, Calif… son of Leon Bagley and Margaret Flovrnoy… has six brothers, Roderick, Antoine, Darrel, Tyrese, Marcus and Leon and three sisters, Tisha, Sonika and Kierya… undeclared major at Texas Tech. CAREER HIGHS Tackles___________________________________ 2 2x, vs. Kansas (2012)* Tackles For Loss__________________________________________None Sacks _______________________________________________None Interceptions___________________________________________None Fumbles Recovered________________________________________None * Indicates most recent high

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DS • 6-0 • 219 • Sophomore/SQ Plano, Texas/Canyon Creek Christian Academy 2012 Scout team member. 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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QB • 6-1 • 183 • Sophomore/1L Lake Travis, Texas/Lake Travis

LB • 6-3 • 221 • Senior/3L Garland, Texas/Naaman Forest

2012 Academic All-Big 12 (2nd Team)... played in nine games (0 starts) and went 34-of-48 for 375 passing yards with four touchdowns and zero interceptions with a 70.8 completion percentage... played in all three non-conference games and the bowl game while making an appearance in five Big 12 games, including three at home (Oklahoma, West Virginia and Kansas)... also rushed nine times for 20 yards... entered the game for starter Seth Doege (helmet came off) and in just one play threw a 13-yard touchdown to Derreck Edwards against Minnesota (12/28) in the Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas at Reliant Stadium... took one snap on a trick play in the first quarter against Baylor (11/24) at Cowboys Stadium... pass was incomplete... entered the game with 8:24 left to play against No. 24 Oklahoma State (11/17)... went 5-of-6 for 54 yards with one touchdown pass in half a quarter of work... entered the game and rushed once for seven yards against Kansas (11/10)... entered the game in the final series and went 1-of-1 for nine yards against No. 4 West Virginia (10/13)... entered in the fourth quarter with 5:25 remaining and went 4-of-5 with 68 yards (long 36) against No. 14 Oklahoma (10/6)... entered in the third quarter in a backup role and finished the game 6-of-10 for 37 yards passing against New Mexico (9/15)... entered in a backup role in the third quarter and finished going 7-of-11 for 72 yards (long 24) at Texas State (9/8)... made career debut in season opener going 10-for-13 for 122 yards with two passing touchdowns against Northwestern State (9/1)... became the first Red Raider in over 18 years to pass for two touchdowns in career debut... both touchdown passes in debut went to Marcus Kennard (12 yards, 3 yards) in the fourth quarter against the Demons.

2012 All-Big 12 (Honorable Mention)... played in 10 games (7 starts) and made 19 tackles (14 solo) with two tackles for a loss, one sack, broke up two passes and had three quarterback hurries... made multiple tackles in seven contests... missed the final two regular season games and bowl game with an injury... broke up one pass and had two quarterback hurries against No. 22 Texas (11/3)... became the first Red Raider with a pair of quarterback hurries in a game since 2011 against Iowa State (Cqulin Hubert)... had two tackles (both solo) at No. 3 Kansas State (10/27)... made two tackles (both assisted) at No. 21 TCU (10/20)... recorded three tackles (two solo) against No. 4 West Virginia (10/13)... made two tackles (both solo) against No. 14 Oklahoma (10/6)... recorded four tackles (two solo) with his first career sack at Iowa State (9/29)... tallied two tackles (both solo) and broke up one pass at Texas State (9/8)... made season debut with four tackles (all solo) with a tackle for a loss of three yards against Northwestern State (9/1).

2011 Redshirt season. 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… majoring in personal financial planning at Texas Tech. CAREER HIGHS Pass Attempts_________________________ 13, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Pass Completions_______________________ 10, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Passing Yards________________________ 122, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Passing Touchdowns______________________ 2, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Longest Pass________________________________ 36, vs. Oklahoma (2012) Rushing Yards______________________________ 23, vs. New Mexico (2012) * Indicates most recent high

2011 All-Big 12 (Honorable Mention)... Dallas Morning News All-Big 12 (2nd Team)... Preseason College Football News All-Big 12 (2nd Team)... 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 ... CHOSE TEXAS TECH OVER: Wisconsin, Arizona, Kansas, Louisville, Notre Dame and Oklahoma State ... clocked at 4.58 in the 40 ... WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

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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 ... majoring in arts and sciences. CAREER HIGHS Tackles_______________________________ 10, vs. Oklahoma State (2011) Tackles For Loss_______________________________ 2.5, at Missouri (2011) Sacks ___________________________________ 1.0, at Iowa State (2012) Interceptions___________________________________________None Fumbles Recovered_______________________________ 1, vs. Baylor (2011) * Indicates most recent high CAREER STATISTICS TACKLES G UA A Total 2010 12 15 8 23 2011 12 41 15 56 2012 10 14 5 19 TOTAL 34 70 28 98

TFL Yds 2.0 4 9.5 40 2.0 5 13.5 49

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DL • 6-1 • 256 • Senior/3L Clute, Texas/Brazoswood 2012 Phil Steele All-Big 12 (3rd Team)... Waco Tribune-Herald All-Big 12 (2nd Team)... Dallas Morning News All-Big 12 (2nd Team)... San Antonio Express-News All-Big 12 (1st Team)... BIG 12 RANKINGS: seventh in sacks (5.5)... eighth in tackles for a loss (12.0)... played in 13 games (10 starts) with 41 tackles (33 solo, 8 assisted), 12 tackles for a loss (48 yards), 5.5 sacks and recorded five quarterback hurries... led the team with five quarterback hurries, tied for the team lead in sacks and ranked second on the team in tackles for a loss (Hyder - 14.0)... collected at least five tackles on four occasions... had at least one sack in four of five games (Oct. 20-Nov. 17)... tallied at least one tackle for a loss in seven consecutive games (Oct. 6-Nov. 17) and in eight of the final nine games of the season... had a career-game with 11 tackles (five solo) with 1.5 tackles for a loss and one sack against Minnesota (12/28) in the Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas at Reliant Stadium... notched five tackles (all solo) with two quarterback hurries against Baylor (11/24) at Cowboys Stadium... eighth in tackles for a loss (10.5)... posted one sack and tackle for a loss with four tackles (all solo) at No. 24 Oklahoma State (11/17)... recorded five tackles (all solo) with two tackles for a loss of 13 yards and one sack against Kansas (11/10)... tallied one tackle (for a loss of two) against No. 22 Texas (11/3)... had a sack for a loss of seven yards at No. 3 Kansas State (10/27)... collected five tackles (four solo), including one for a loss of six and tallied a sack at No. 21 TCU (10/20)... made two tackles, including one for a loss against No. 4 West Virginia (10/13)... collected one tackle for a loss (solo) against No. 14 Oklahoma (10/6)... made three tackles (all solo) at Iowa State (9/29)... tallied two tackles for a loss, including a sack for a loss of two yards against New Mexico (9/15)... marked fourth career sack... had one quarterback hurry at Texas State (9/8)... opened the season with one tackle (assisted) with 0.5 tackles for a loss against Northwestern State (9/1). 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).

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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… undecided on major. CAREER HIGHS Tackles___________________________________ 11, vs. Minnesota (2012) Tackles For Loss_______________________________2 3x, vs. Kansas (2012)* Sacks _______________________________1 9x, at Oklahoma State (2012)* Interceptions___________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered__________________________ 1 2x, at New Mexico (2011)* * Indicates most recent high

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TFL Yds 3.0 7 5.0 18 12.0 48 20.0 73

G UA A Total Yds 7 1 0 1.0 5 12 2 0 2.0 9 13 5 1 5.5 37 32 8 1 8.5 51

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K • 5-11 • 172 • Junior/1L Kilgore, Texas/Kilgore/Kilgore College 2012 All-Big 12 (Honorable Mention)... Midseason Phil Steele All-Big 12 (3rd Team)... College Football Performance Award - Hon. Mention National Placekicker of the Week (9/10)... NCAA RANKINGS: 41st in scoring (100)... BIG 12 RANKINGS: fourth in field goals attempted (24)... fourth in field goals made (17)... fifth in PATs made (59)... fifth in field goal percentage (70.8)... sixth in points scoring (110)... sixth in scoring points/game (8.5)... TEXAS TECH RECORD BOOK: tied all-time record for field goals made in a season (17)... first Red Raider since 1991 (Lin Elliott) and fourth Tech kicker of all-time to make 17 in a season... broke school record for points scored by a kicker (110)... became the 14th kicker in school history to be perfect in PAT attempts in a season (59-of-59)... fifth in PATs made (59)... made 17-of-24 field goals and 59-of-59 in PAT attempts... was 6-of-7 from 20-29 yards... 8-of-10 from 30-39 yards... 2-of-5 from 40-49 yards and 1-of-2 from +50 yards... longest made field goal of the season was a 50-yard field goal against Texas State... started his career with six consecutive made field goals to start the season (31, 36, 37, 38, 50, 21)... made two field goals - including the game-winner as time expired - and was 4-of-4 in PAT attempts against Minnesota (12/28) in the Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas at Reliant Stadium... kicked the game-winning field goal as time in regulation expired to give Tech a 34-31 victory over the Golden Gophers... field goal tied the school record for most field goals made in a single-season (17)... became the first Red Raider to kick a game-winning field goal in regulation with less than a minute remaining since Alex Trilica nailed a 41-yard field goal with 0:07 in the 2008 Gator Bowl (gave Tech a 31-28 win over Virginia)... made a 29-yard field goal and was 6-of-6 in PAT attempts against Baylor (11/24) at Cowboys Stadium... perfect 3-of-3 in PATs at No. 24 Oklahoma State (11/17)... made 5-of-5 PAT attempts and connected on 2-of-3 field goal tries (29, 27, missed 41) against Kansas (11/10)... made 3-of-4 field goal attempts (29, 41, 33 - missed 23, blocked) against No. 22 Texas (11/3)... connected on 3-of-3 PAT attempts, made a 37-yard field goal and had a 50-yard attempt blocked at No. 3 Kansas State (10/27)... made 6-of-6 PAT attempts at No. 21 TCU (10/20)... perfect of 7-of-7 PAT attempts and missed only field goal attempt from 41 yards (3rd quarter, 6:33) against No. 4 West Virginia (10/13)... connected on both field goals attempted (35 & 43 yards) and made both PAT attempts against No. 14 Oklahoma (10/6)... made a 39-yard field goal and missed a 41-yard field goal in the fourth quarter at Iowa State (9/29) while connecting on all three PATs... connected on seven PATs and missed only field goal attempt from 39 yards... snapped a streak of five consecutive field goals during the first two games... made both field goal attempts (38, 50) and was a perfect 7-of-7 in PAT attempts at Texas State (9/8)... 50-yard field goal marked the first by a Red Raider since 2010 (Donnie Carona - 52 yards - vs. Weber State)... went 3-for-3 in field goal attempts (31, 36, 37) and a perfect 5-for-5 in PAT attempts in career debut in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1)... became the first Red Raider in over 12 years to connect on three field goals in a career debut. 2011 Redshirt season. 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.

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CAREER STATISTICS TACKLES G UA A Total 2010 7 7 2 9 2011 12 23 5 28 2012 13 33 8 41 TOTAL 32 63 15 78

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PERSONAL Ryan Christopher Bustin… born June 28, 1991… son of Bobby and Sherry Bustin. CAREER HIGHS Field Goals Attempts_______________________________ 4, vs. Texas (2012) Field Goals Made_______________________________3 2x, vs. Texas (2012)* Longest Field Goal Made_________________________ 50, at Texas State (2012) Field Goals Blocked________________________________ 1, vs. Texas (2012) PATs Attempted_______________________________ 7, at Texas State (2012) PATs Made__________________________________ 7, at Texas State (2012) * Indicates most recent high

BEAU CARPENTER

OL • 6-6 • 284 • Junior/2L Sulphur Springs, Texas/Sulphur Springs 2012 Played in 13 games (9 starts) all at left guard on the offensive line… part of the offensive line that helped pave the way for the Red Raider running backs that rushed for 1,674 yards during the regular season (12 games) – the most by Texas Tech since 1998 (2,219). 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 Redshirted 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 … majoring in human development and family services.

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DS • 5-10 • 220 • Junior/2L Austin, Texas/Austin

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. 2010 Redshirt season 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. PERSONAL Alex Chester ... born March 9, 1992, in Austin, Texas ... son of Bryan and Jenni Chester and Christi Worth... has two siblings... father, Bryan, played football at Texas and with the Dallas Cowboys… major is undeclared.

2012 Scout team member. 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 Scout Team Member 2009 Redshirt season 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 ... majoring in business.

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2012 Played in 13 games (0 starts) playing primarily on special teams as the deep snapper… recorded two tackles (both solo) against Minnesota (12/28) in the Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas.

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OL • 6-5 • 303 • Sophomore/1L Rockdale, Texas/Rockdale

WR • 6-1 • 193 • Junior/2L Ft. Lauderdale, Fla./Cardinal Gibbons

2012 Football Writers Association of America Freshman All-America (1st Team)… Scout.com Freshman All-America (2nd Team)… All-Big 12 Offensive Lineman of the Year (Honorable Mention)… Academic All-Big 12 (2nd Team)… ESPN All-Big 12 Freshman Team (1st Team)… Dallas Morning News All-Big 12 (Honorable Mention)… Phil Steele All-Big 12 (3rd Team)… Phil Steele All-Big 12 Freshman Team (2nd Team)… played in 13 games (13 starts) with all 13 starts at right guard on the offensive line… part of the offensive line that helped pave the way for the Red Raider running backs that rushed for 1,674 yards during the regular season (12 games) – the most by Texas Tech since 1998 (2,219).

2012 Played in one game (0 starts) while playing on defense against Baylor (11/24) at Cowboys Stadium.

2011 Redshirt season.

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.

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.

2010 Redshirt season

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… undeclared major at Texas Tech.

PERSONAL Shawn Corker … born February 9, 1992 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida … son of Melvina Corker … majoring in business.

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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.

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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REGINALD DAVIS

WR • 5-9 • 174 • Junior/1L Arlington, Texas/Arlington/SW Oklahoma St.

WR • 6-0 • 184 • Freshman/RS Tenaha, Texas/Tenaha

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

2012 Redshirt season. Scout team member. HIGH SCHOOL Tenaha High School in Tenaha, Texas… 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 FirstTeam All-State by the TAPSE ... CHOSE TEXAS TECH OVER: Kansas, Arkansas, Baylor, Michigan, Missouri, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, TCU and Texas A&M… High School Coaches: Terry Ward, Scott Tyner, Antonio Holmes, Ian White, Kevin Cates and Mike Barber. PERSONAL Reginald Davis… born September 14, 1993 in Galveston, Texas… son of the late Reginald Davis and the late Denita Steadman… has two older siblings, Brandon Cooks and Reginald Turner… hobbies include playing basketball and hanging out with friends… undeclared major at Texas Tech.

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… undeclared major at Texas Tech. CAREER HIGHS Receptions_______________________________ 2 2x, at Texas State (2012)* Yards _____________________________ 23, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Touchdowns____________________________________________ None Longest Reception______________________ 14, vs. Northwestern State (2012) All-Purpose Yards_______________________ 23, vs. Northwestern State (2012) * Indicates most recent high

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2012 Played in 13 games (1 start) with seven receptions and 58 receiving yards... averaged 4.5 yards per game and 8.3 yards per reception... caught at least one pass in the first three games of the season... made a reception in each of the final two games of the season... caught one pass for six yards against Minnesota (12/28) in the Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas at Reliant Stadium... caught one pass for nine yards against Baylor (11/24) at Cowboys Stadium (11/24)... one of 13 Tech receivers to make a catch against New Mexico (9/15) while tallying one reception for 10 yards... caught two passes for 10 yards at Texas State (9/8)... made career debut with two catches for 23 yards (long 14) in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1).


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LB • 6-0 • 215 • Junior/2L Spanish Fort, Ala./Spanish Fort 2012 Played in 13 games (2 starts) with 34 tackles (27 solo, 7 assisted) with 2.0 tackles for a loss... ranked eighth on the team in total tackles... recorded at least one tackle in 12-of-13 games... notched 11 combined tackles in the final two games of the season - marked his most in back-to-back games... collected five tackles (one solo) against Minnesota (12/28) in the Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas at Reliant Stadium... made six tackles (five solo) with 0.5 tackles for a loss of two against Baylor (11/24) at Cowboys Stadium... had one tackle (solo) at No. 24 Oklahoma State (11/17)... posted two tackles (both solo) with a tackle for a loss of one yards against Kansas (11/10)... had a tackle (solo) against No. 22 Texas (11/3)... had two tackles (one solo) at No. 21 TCU (10/20)... tallied five tackles (all solo) against No. 4 West Virginia (10/13)... had one tackle (solo) against No. 14 Oklahoma (10/6)... posted three tackles (two solo) with 0.5 tackles for a loss at Iowa State (9/29)... tied for the team high with five tackles (all solo) against New Mexico (9/15)... had two tackles (both solo) at Texas State (9/8)... tallied one tackle (solo) in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1). 2011 Rivals.com Big 12 All-Freshman Team Defense... 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. 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… majoring in exercise and sports sciences at Texas Tech.

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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 CAREER STATISTICS TACKLES G UA A Total 2011 8 28 4 32 2012 13 27 7 34 TOTAL 21 55 11 66 INTERCEPTIONS 2011 2012 TOTAL

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SAM EGUAVOEN

LB • 6-1 • 220 • Junior/2L Garland, Texas/Lakeview Centennial

2012 Played in six games (0 starts) with six receptions, 58 yards and one touchdown… averaged 9.7 yards/reception… caught at least one pass in 4-of-6 games played… made his first catch since Week 3 with a 13-yard touchdown reception from back-up quarterback Michael Brewer in the first quarter against Minnesota (12/28) in the Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas at Reliant Stadium… caught two passes for 17 yards against New Mexico (9/15)... tallied two receptions for 17 yards at Texas State (9/8)... caught one pass for 11 yards in career debut against Northwestern State (9/1) in the season opener.

2012 Played in 13 games (9 starts) and made 52 tackles (37 solo, 15 assisted) and collected 1.5 tackles for a loss... led all underclassmen (freshmen, sophomores) on the team in tackles... posted five or more tackles in four of the last six games played... notched multiple tackles in 11-of-13 games played... posted seven tackles (two solo) against Minnesota (12/28) in the Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas at Reliant Stadium... second on the team with eight tackles (seven solo) against Baylor (11/24) at Cowboys Stadium... had five tackles (three solo) with 0.5 tackles for a loss at No. 24 Oklahoma State (11/17)... tallied four tackles (all solo) with a tackle for a loss against Kansas (11/10)... had three tackles (all solo) against No. 22 Texas (11/3)... tied for the team lead with eight tackles (four solo) at No. 3 Kansas State (10/27)... made four tackles (all solo) at No. 21 TCU (10/20)... had two tackles (both solo) against No. 4 West Virginia (10/13)... notched one tackle (solo) against No. 14 Oklahoma (10/6)... had three tackles (all solo) at Iowa State (9/29)... posted a tackle (solo) against New Mexico (9/15)... recorded two tackles (both solo) at Texas State (9/8)... tied for second on the team with four tackles (three solo) in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1).

2011 Redshirt season. 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… majoring in mass communications at Texas Tech. CAREER HIGHS Receptions_____________________________ 2 2x, vs. New Mexico (2012)* Yards ________________________________17 2x, vs. New Mexico (2012)* Touchdowns________________________________ 1, vs. Minnesota (2012) Longest Reception___________________________ 13, vs. Minnesota (2012) All-Purpose Yards_________________________17 2x, vs. New Mexico (2012)* * Indicates most recent high

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… majoring in art at Texas Tech. CAREER HIGHS Tackles______________________________________11, vs. Baylor (2011) Tackles For Loss_______________________________1 2x, vs. Kansas (2012)* Sacks _______________________________________________ None Interceptions___________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered________________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high CAREER STATISTICS TACKLES G UA A Total 2011 12 25 5 30 2012 13 37 15 52 TOTAL 25 62 20 82

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P • 6-1 • 191 • Senior/3L Lake Travis, Texas/Lake Travis 2012 All-Big 12 (Honorable Mention)...Academic All-Big 12 (1st Team)... College Football Performance Award - Hon. Mention National Punter of the Week (10/22)... BIG 12 RANKINGS: sixth in yards/punt (41.7)... eighth in punts (40)... TEXAS TECH RECORD BOOKS: ranks fourth in career yards per punt (41.4)... played in 13 games with 40 punts (1,667) with a 41.7 yards/ punt average... had two touchbacks... tallied eight punts inside the 20-yard line and tallied eight punts at 50-plus yard punts... punted three times for an average of 37.0 yards with one going inside the 20-yard line against Minnesota (12/28) in the Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas at Reliant Stadium... punted once for 36 yards against Baylor (11/24) at Cowboys Stadium... punted six times with an average of 40.8 yards/punt with one going inside the 20-yard line at No. 24 Oklahoma State (11/17)... notched four punts averaging 43.8/punt with a long of 57 and with one punt going inside the 20-yard line... punted three times while averaging 41.3 yards/punt with one going inside the 20-yard line against No. 22 Texas (11/3)... tallied three punts for an average of 26.3 yards/punt with a long of 36 at No. 3 Kansas State (10/27)... made eight punts - averaging 47.4 - with a long of 60 yards and with two coming inside the 20-yard line at No. 21 TCU (10/20)... made just one punt for 54 yards against No. 4 West Virginia (10/13)... tallied four punts for 164 yards - averaging 41.0 - with a long of 47 against No. 14 Oklahoma (10.6)... punted five times for 225 yards - averaging 45.0 - with a long of 50, two touchbacks and one punt going inside the 20-yard line at Iowa State (9/29)... punted once (35 yards) against New Mexico (9/15)... did not record a punt at Texas State (9/8)... marked the first time Tech did not punt in a game since 2008 (vs. Baylor)... punted only once (41 yards) in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1). 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 Redshirted 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 WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

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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 … majoring in exercise sports science. CAREER HIGHS Punts ____________________________________ 9, vs. Iowa State (2011) Punt Average________________________________51.4, at Missouri (2011) Inside the 20___________________________________ 5, vs. Kansas (2009) Long Punt______________________________________ 60, at TCU (2012) * Indicates most recent high CAREER STATISTICS PUNTING G 2009 11 2011 12 2012 13 TOTAL 36

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DL • 6-3 • 228 • Sophomore/1L Grand Prairie, Texas/ South Grand Prairie

CB • 5-9 • 157 • Senior/1L Carson, Calif./Banning/LA Harbor College

2012 Played in six games (0 starts) with two tackles (both solo) playing primarily on special teams… made two tackles (both solo) at Texas State (9/8)… made season debut against Northwestern State (9/1) in the season opener.

2012 Played in 12 games (0 starts) primarily on special teams with eight tackles (five solo)… recorded one tackle (assisted) against Minnesota (12/28) in the Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas at Reliant Stadium… made a tackle (assisted) against No. 23 Texas (11/3)… matched a season-high two tackles (both solo) at No. 21 TCU (10/20)… recorded two tackles (both solo) collected one tackle (assisted) in Big 12 opener at Iowa State (9/29)… made career debut making one tackle at Texas State (9/8).

KINDRED EVANS

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. 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… majoring in business at Texas Tech. CAREER HIGHS Tackles____________________________________ 2, at Texas State (2012) Tackles For Loss_____________________________ 1, at New Mexico (2011) Sacks ___________________________________ 1, at New Mexico (2011) Interceptions___________________________________________ None INT Returned for a Touchdown________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

LA HARBOR COLLEGE LA Harbor College in Wilmington, Calif… three-star prospect by Rivals ... as a sophomore he recorded 60 tackles (3.5 for loss), one interception, one fumble recovery, four pass breakups and a blocked kick… helped lead team to a 7-4 overall record and a 3-2 conference mark. HIGH SCHOOL Banning High School in Wilmington, Calif… named to several honor rolls, including leadership and principal honor rolls… also competed in track… High School Coach: Chris Ferragamo. PERSONAL Olaoluwa Falemi… born December 11, 1990 in Nigeria… son of Diemji and Reliat Falemi… has three older siblings, Babaola, Olamide and Omotolani… hobbies include playing video games and watching movies… management information systems major at Texas Tech. CAREER HIGHS Tackles______________________________________ 2 2x, at TCU (2012)* Tackles For Loss__________________________________________ None Sacks _______________________________________________ None Interceptions___________________________________________ None Pass Breakups___________________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

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2011 Medical redshirt… 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.

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RASHAD FORTENBERRY

WR • 6-2 • 188 • Senior/3L Keller, Texas/Fossil Ridge

OL • 6-5 • 275 • Senior/1L Tylertown, Miss./Tylertown/Mississippi GC

2012 Played in one game (0 starts) while playing on special teams in the bowl game… played special teams against Minnesota (12/28) in the Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas at Reliant Stadium.

2012 Played in three games (0 starts) primarily as a backup on the offensive line… made career debut against Northwestern State (9/1) in the season opener… part of the offensive line that helped pave the way for the Red Raider running backs that rushed for 1,674 yards during the regular season (12 games) – the most by Texas Tech since 1998 (2,219).

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). 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

MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST COMMUNITY COLLEGE Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College in Perkinston, Miss... helped team to back-to-back Mississippi bowl wins… tallied a 20-4 record during two seasons… named second team all-state… played two different positions during his career... lined up at guard during his freshman season before switching over to tackle as a sophomore ... CHOSE TEXAS TECH OVER: Louisiana-Lafayette and South Florida… Junior College Coach: Steve Campbell. HIGH SCHOOL Bowling Green High School in Franklinton, La… helped team advance to the third round of the state playoffs… named all-district, all-state and received district defensive most valuable player… also competed in basketball… High School Coaches: 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… university studies major at Texas Tech.

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… majoring in business. 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) * Indicates most recent high CAREER STATISTICS RECEIVING G Rec Yds TD Lg Rec/G 2010 13 1 9 0 9 0.1 2011 10 5 62 0 20 0.5 2012 1 0 0 0 0 0.0 TOTAL 24 6 71 0 20 0.3

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PK • 5-8 • 159 • Junior/1L Austin, Texas/Lake Travis

2012 Played in 13 games (1 start) with 91 rushes, 451 rushing yards and three touchdowns while averaging 34.7 yards/game and 5.0 yards/rush... made 18 receptions for 88 receiving yards while averaging 4.9 yards/reception... led the team with 18 kickoff returns for 392 yards while averaging 21.8 yards/kick return... had 10 or more carries on five occasions... rushed for over 50 yards three times... had multiple receptions four times... carried four times for 11 yards and caught one pass for five yards against Minnesota (12/28) in the Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas at Reliant Stadium... made eight carries for 49 yards (long 20) against Baylor (11/24) at Cowboys Stadium... rushed four times for 18 yards (4.5 avg.) and caught three passes for four yards at No. 24 Oklahoma State (11/17)... carried five times for 15 yards with six receptions and 36 yards (long 13) against Kansas (11/10)... carried four times for 28 yards (long 15) with one kick return for 40 yards against No. 22 Texas (11/3)... rushed four times for 15 yards with a rushing touchdown and caught two passes for six yards at No. 3 Kansas State (10/27)... made seven carries for 24 yards (long 12) and caught one pass for a yard at No. 21 TCU (10/20)... rushed 10 times for 82 yards (8.2 AVG) with a touchdown against No. 4 West Virginia (10/13)... averaged the most yards (8.2) by a Red Raider (min. 10 carries) since 2010 (Baron Batch - 8.3, 11 carries - at Oklahoma)... led all players with 133 all-purpose yards with 11 rushes for 46 yards, three catches for 26 yards and 63 kick-return yards while scoring first career touchdown (rushing - 3 yards) against No. 14 Oklahoma (10/6)... made three carries for five yards at Iowa State (9/29)... rushed 10 times for 64 yards (6.4 avg.) and returned two kickoffs for 50 yards against New Mexico (9/15)... led the team with 122 all-purpose yards with 10 rushes for 56 yards (long 15), one catch for three yards and returned two kickoffs for 67 yards (long 40) at Texas State (9/8)... made 11 carries for 44 yards on the ground with one catch for seven yards in career debut against Northwestern State (9/1) in season opener.

2012 Academic All-Big 12 (First Team)… played in 13 games and kicked off 79 times for 4,694 yards with an average of 59.4 yards/kickoff… tallied 29 touchbacks… had six kickoffs (58.7 avg.) with one touchback against Minnesota (12/28) in the Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas at Reliant Stadium… matched a season-high eight kickoffs (62.1 avg.) with two touchbacks against Baylor (11/24) at Cowboys Stadium… had four kickoffs (52.8 avg.) with one touchback at No. 24 Oklahoma State (11/17)… notched six kickoffs (63.0 avg.) and had four touchbacks against Kansas (11/10)… averaged 65.0 yards/kickoff on six attempts with a season-high five touchbacks against No. 23 Texas (11/3)… kickoff five times (51.0 avg.) at No. 3 Kansas State (10/27)… had five kickoffs (59/8 avg.) with two touchbacks at No. 21 TCU (10/20)… equaled a season-high eight kickoffs (52.6 avg.) with four touchbacks against No. 4 West Virginia (10/13)… had five kickoffs (60.8 avg.) with three touchbacks against No. 14 Oklahoma (10/6)… recorded five kickoffs (54.4 avg.) with two touchbacks at Iowa State (9/29)… kickoff seven times (63.1 avg.) with one touchback against New Mexico (9/15)… had a season-high eight kickoffs (62.5 avg.) in first career road game at Texas State (9/8)… recorded six kickoffs (62.2 avg.) with three touchbacks in career debut against Northwestern State (9/1) in the season opener.

SADALE FOSTER

RIVERSIDE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Riverside Community College in Riverside, Calif... 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 ... CHOSE TEXAS TECH OVER: Louisiana Tech, New Mexico State, Sacramento State and Texas-San Antonio. 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… undeclared major at Texas Tech. CAREER HIGHS Rushes_________________________________ 11 2x, vs. Oklahoma (2012)* Rushing Yards______________________________82, vs. West Virginia (2012) Rushing Touchdowns_________________________1 3x, at Kansas State (2012)* Longest Rush______________________________53, vs. West Virginia (2012) Receptions____________________________________ 6, vs. Kansas (2012) Receiving Yards________________________________ 36, vs. Kansas (2012) Receiving Touchdowns______________________________________ None Longest Reception____________________________ 22, vs. Oklahoma (2012) Total Touchdowns__________________________ 1 2x, vs. West Virginia (2012)* Kickoff Returns______________________________ 7, at Kansas State (2012) Kickoff Return Yards__________________________116, at Kansas State (2012) Longest Kickoff Return___________________________ 40 2x, vs. Texas (2012)* All-Purpose Yards____________________________137, at Kansas State (2012) * Indicates most recent high

2011 Scout team member. 2010 Redshirt season. 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 … majoring in mechanical engineering. CAREER HIGHS Kickoffs____________________________________ 8 3x, vs. Baylor (2012)* Kickoff Yards__________________________________ 497, vs. Baylor (2012) Kickoff Average________________________________ 65.0, vs. Texas (2012) Field Goals Attempts_______________________________________ None Field Goals Made_________________________________________ None Longest Field Goal Made_____________________________________ None Field Goals Blocked________________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

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HIGH SCHOOL John W. North High School in Riverside, Calif… also competed in track while in high school.

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S • 5-10 • 180 • Sophomore/1L Irving, Texas/Nimitz

WR • 5-6 • 163 • Sophomore/1L Mesquite, Texas/Mesquite Horn

2012 Played in 13 games (0 starts) with nine tackles (7 solo, 2 assisted)… collected at least one tackle in six games… notched multiple tackles on two occasions… posted two tackles at No. 3 Kansas State (10/27)… made one solo tackle at No. 21 TCU (10/20)… had one solo tackle against No. 4 West Virginia (10/13)… posted a tackle (solo) against New Mexico (9/15)… had a season-high three tackles (one solo) at Texas State (9/8)… made career debut with a tackle (solo) against Northwestern State (9/1) in the season opener.

2012 ESPN All-Big 12 Freshman Team (1st Team)... College Football Performance Award - National Kick Returner of the Week (11/25)... played in 13 games (3 starts) and made 33 receptions for 287 receiving yards with three touchdowns... averaged 22.1 receiving yards/game and notched 8.7 receiving yards/catch... came on late in the season as a kickoff return threat with six returns for 237 yards (39.5 avg.) with two kickoff returns for touchdowns... rushed eight times for 19 yards... caught at least two passes in 10-of-13 games played... returned three kickoffs for 119 yards - including a 99-yard return for a touchdown, which was Tech’s first touchdown of the game against Minnesota (12/28) at the Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas at Reliant Stadium... kickoff return for a touchdown marked the first by a Red Raider in a bowl game... the 99-yard return marked the sixth longest kickoff return for a touchdown in school history... it marked the first kickoff return for a touchdown in Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas history... became just the second Red Raider in school history to return two kickoffs for a touchdown in the same season - and the first since 1953 (Jack Kirkpatrick)... dating back to his last game played (vs. Baylor), had back-to-back kickoffs returned for a touchdown while becoming the first player in school history to accomplish the feat... caught two passes for eight yards and took a kickoff 97 yards for a touchdown against Baylor (11/24) at Cowboys Stadium... it marked the first Red Raider to return a kickoff for a touchdown since 2002 (Vincent Meeks, 98 yards, at No. 4 Oklahoma)... recorded three passes for 31 yards (long 22) at No. 24 Oklahoma State (11/17)... had six catches for 32 yards with a receiving touchdown against Kansas (11/10)... caught three passes for five yards and carried once for a yard at No. 3 Kansas State (10/27)... caught a touchdown in the second overtime and made three catches for 45 yards at No. 21 TCU (10/20)... caught four passes for 37 yards (long 19) against No. 4 West Virginia (10/13)... made two catches for 23 yards (long 12) at Iowa State (9/29)... caught two passes for three yards against New Mexico (9/15)... in second career game caught five passes for 78 yards (long 42) at Texas State (9/8)... caught three passes for 25 yards and rushed once for three yards in career debut in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1).

2011 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. 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… undeclared major at Texas Tech. CAREER HIGHS Tackles____________________________________ 3, at Texas State (2012) Tackles For Loss__________________________________________ None Sacks _______________________________________________ None Interceptions___________________________________________ None Pass Breakups___________________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

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… majoring in exercise and sports sciences. CAREER HIGHS Receptions____________________________________ 6, vs. Kansas (2012) Yards ___________________________________ 78, at Texas State (2012) Touchdowns_________________________________1 3x, vs. Kansas (2012)* Longest Reception____________________________ 42, at Texas State (2012) All-Purpose Yards____________________________ 116, vs. Minnesota (2012) Kickoff Returns_______________________________ 3, vs. Minnesota (2012) Kickoff Return Yards__________________________ 119, vs. Minnesota (2012) Longest Kickoff Return__________________________ 99, vs. Minnesota (2012) Kickoff Return for a Touchdown___________________ 1 2x, vs. Minnesota (2012)* * Indicates most recent high

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DL • 6-2 • 281 • Senior/3L Austin, Texas/Lyndon B. Johnson

2012 Academic All-Big 12 (1st Team)… Played in eight games (0 starts) with five tackles (all solo) primarily on special teams… made one tackle (solo) against Baylor (11/24) at Cowboys Stadium… notched a tackle (solo) at No. 3 Kansas State (10/27)… made one tackle (solo) at Texas State (9/8)… made career debut with two tackles (both solo) in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1).

2012 Austin American Statesman All-Big 12 (1st Team)... Phil Steele All-Big 12 (2nd Team)... Dallas Morning News All-Big 12 (1st Team)... Waco Tribune-Herald All-Big 12 (1st Team)... San Antonio Express-News All-Big 12 (1st Team)... AP All-Big 12 (1st Team)... All-Big 12 Defensive Lineman of the Year (Honorable Mention)...All-Big 12 (2nd Team)... CBS Sports All-Big 12 (1st Team)... Midseason Phil Steele All-Big 12 (2nd Team)... Midseason CBS Sports All-Big 12 (1st Team)... Midseason ESPN All-Big 12 (1st Team)... College Football Performance Award - Hon. Mention National Defensive Lineman of the Week (9/3)... BIG 12 RANKINGS: fifth in tackles for a loss (14.0)... seventh in sacks (5.5)... ranked third in the Big 12 with 10.5 tackles for a loss in league play... most tackles for a loss by a Red Raider in Big 12 play since Brandon Sharpe had 14.0 in 2009... played in 13 games (13 starts) with 56 tackles (42 solo, 14 assisted) with a team-leading 14 tackles for a loss of 47 yards and tied for the team lead with 5.5 sacks (Dartwan Bush)... broke up four passes and recovered one fumble... had five or more tackles on five occasions... had at least one tackle for a loss in seven games... had 4.5 tackles for a loss in the final four games of the season... tallied four tackles (one solo) with one sack and 0.5 tackles for a loss against Minnesota (12/28) in the Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas at Reliant Stadium... led the team with 11 tackles (five solo), including two tackles for a loss of three yards against Baylor (11/24) at Cowboys Stadium... had two tackles (both solo) at No. 24 Oklahoma State (11/17)... made eight tackles (six solo) with two tackles for a loss and a sack against Kansas (11/10)... notched four tackles (all solo) against No. 22 Texas (11/3)... collected four tackles (three solo), including one for a loss of three and broke up a pass at No. 3 Kansas State (10/27)... made five tackles (four solo) with 2.5 tackles for a loss of nine yards and had a sack (loss of 6) at No. 21 TCU (10/20)... collected six tackles (all solo), including one for a loss of two, against No. 4 West Virginia (10/13)... had two tackles (both solo) against No. 14 Oklahoma (10/6)... tallied five tackles (four solo) with two sacks (loss of 11) and recovered first career fumble at Iowa State (9/29)... became the first Red Raider with two sacks in a game since 2010 (Pearlie Graves, 2 - at Colorado)... notched two tackles (both solo) against New Mexico (9/15)... broke up one pass at Texas State (9/8)... made three tackles - all for a loss - with two pass breakups and one sack (loss of 4) in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1).

2011 Redshirt season. 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. CAREER HIGHS Tackles______________________________ 2, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Tackles For Loss__________________________________________ None Sacks _______________________________________________ None Interceptions___________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered________________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

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).

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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 ... majoring in restaurant, hotel and institutional management. CAREER STATISTICS TACKLES G UA A Total 2010 11 6 7 13 2011 12 29 13 42 2012 13 42 14 56 TOTAL 36 77 34 111 SACKS 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

TFL Yds 3.5 17 5.0 10 14.0 47 22.5 74

G UA A Total Yds 11 2 0 2.0 16 12 1 1 1.5 4 13 5 1 5.5 29 36 8 2 9.0 49

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LB • 6-4 • 248 • Sophomore/1L McKeesport, Pa./McKeesport 2012 Played in 13 games (0 starts) with 19 tackles (17 solo, 2 assisted) with one forced fumble and one pass breakup… had at least one tackle in 10-of-13 games played… notched a solo tackle in the final three games of the season, including games at No. 24 Oklahoma State (11/17), against Baylor (11/24) and against Minnesota (12/28) in the Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas at Reliant Stadium… had a season-high seven tackles (all solo) against Kansas (11/10)… collected a solo tackle against No. 23 Texas (11/3)… made two tackles (both solo) at No. 3 Kansas State (10/27)… had two tackles (one solo) at No. 21 TCU (10/20)… made one tackle (solo) against No. 4 West Virginia (10/13)… notched a tackle (solo) against No. 14 Oklahoma (10/6)… posted two tackles (one solo) at Texas State (9/8)... made career debut in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1). 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… an undeclared major at Texas Tech. CAREER HIGHS Tackles______________________________________ 7, vs. Kansas (2012) Tackles For Loss__________________________________________ None Sacks _______________________________________________ None Interceptions___________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered________________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

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OL • 6-3 • 271 • Sophomore/1L Altair, Texas/Altair Rice

2012 Played in 13 games (6 starts) with 31 tackles (27 solo, 4 assisted) with 2.0 tackles for a loss of 10 yards and broke up seven passes... seven pass breakups ranked second on the team and led all Red Raider newcomers... had at least one tackle in 12-of-13 games... broke up multiple passes twice... posted two tackles (one solo) against Minnesota (12/28) in the Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas at Reliant Stadium... tallied three tackles (all solo) against Baylor (11/24) at Cowboys Stadium... collected a tackle (solo) at No. 24 Oklahoma State (11/17)... had one tackle (solo) with two pass breakups against Kansas (10/11)... made five tackles (four solo) with two tackles for a loss of 10 yards against No. 22 Texas (11/3)... posted five tackles (all solo) at No. 3 Kansas State (10/27)... notched five tackles (four solo) at No. 21 TCU (10/20)... collected two tackles (both solo) against No. 4 West Virginia (10/13)... had one tackle (solo) and broke up one pass against No. 14 Oklahoma (10/6)... made four tackles (all solo) and broke up a pass against New Mexico (9/15)... tallied one tackle (solo) at Texas State (9/8)... made career debut making one tackle (assisted) in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1).

2012 Played in 12 games (0 starts) primarily as a backup on the offensive line… one of just two Red Raider true freshmen to play during the season (LB Micah Awe)… part of the offensive line that helped pave the way for the Red Raider running backs that rushed for 1,674 yards during the regular season (12 games) – the most by Texas Tech since 1998 (2,219).

BRUCE JONES

JARED KASTER

PERSONAL Jared Kaster… born October 5, 1993, in Houston, Texas… son of Ernie and Brenda Kaster… hobbies include fishing and hunting… petroleum engineering major at Texas Tech.

RIVERSIDE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Roosevelt High School in Eastvale, Calif… three-star prospect by Rivals and a two-star prospect by Scout ... collected all-conference honors during both freshman and sophomore seasons… registered 31 total tackles at Riverside in 2011, including 17 solo and two tackles for loss ... notched four interceptions for 158 yards ... 12 pass breakups ... one forced fumble… CHOSE TEXAS TECH OVER: New Mexico State. HIGH SCHOOL Roosevelt High School in Eastvale, Calif… received first team all-league at two positions (MLB and SS)… earned defensive MVP honors as a junior and senior… notched 109 tackles, five interceptions, three sacks and forced three fumbles… High School Coach: Bill Stayce. PERSONAL Bruce Jones… born August 5, 1992 in Inglewood, Calif… son of Beejay Jones and Lashuntia Taylor… has three siblings, De’channe Lane, Gregory Sanders and Tejon Jones… hobbies include playing video board games, snowboarding and miniature golf… psychology major at Texas Tech. CAREER HIGHS Tackles_____________________________________5 3x, vs. Texas (2012)* Tackles For Loss_________________________________ 2.0, vs. Texas (2012) Sacks _______________________________________________ None Interceptions___________________________________________ None Pass Breakups______________________________ 3, vs. West Virginia (2012) * Indicates most recent high

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HIGH SCHOOL Altair Rice High School in Altair, Texas… a three-star prospect by 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 ... also competed in track, golf and powerlifting… Head coach: Brad Dumont… CHOSE TEXAS TECH OVER: Rice.


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CHRIS KNIGHTON

OL • 6-6 • 280 • Freshman/RS Argyle, Texas/Argyle 2012 Redshirt season. Scout team member. HIGH SCHOOL Argyle High School in Argyle, Texas… four-star prospect by MaxPreps ... a three-star prospect by Rivals, Scout and ESPN.com ... SUPERPREP All-Southwest team ... 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 All-State 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… also competed as a prep in wrestling, track and hockey… High School Coach: Carl Mauk. PERSONAL Thomas Keenan… born August 2, 1993 in Plano, Texas… son of Tom and Pam Keenan… hobbies include fishing, hunting, horseshoes and ping-pong… wildlife management major at Texas Tech.

DL • 6-1 • 252 • Senior/3L Longview, Texas/Longview 2012 Played in one game (0 starts) and did not record a tackle… made season debut on the road at Texas State (9/8). 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). 2010 Played in one game (0 starts) on the season… made career debut against Weber State (11/20). 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 ... majoring in human sciences. CAREER HIGHS Tackles_______________________________________________ None Tackles For Loss__________________________________________ None Sacks _______________________________________________ None Interceptions___________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered________________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

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WR • 5-11 • 201 • Junior/2L Odessa, Texas/Odessa

CAREER HIGHS Receptions____________________________ 7, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Yards ______________________________92, vs. Northwestern State (2012) 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________________________92, vs. Northwestern State (2012) * Indicates most recent high CAREER STATISTICS RECEIVING G Rec Yds TD Lg Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 2011 12 25 240 1 37 2.1 9.6 20.0 2012 6 16 172 0 23 2.7 10.8 28.7 TOTAL 18 41 412 1 37 2.3 10.0 22.9

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. 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.

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2012 Academic All-Big 12 (1st Team)... played in six games (1 start) with 16 receptions for 172 receiving yards with 10.8 yards/catch and 28.7 receiving yards/game... made at least one reception in every game... returned one kick for 22 yards... suffered a season-ending injury in the West Virginia game... had one catch for seven yards against No. 4 West Virginia (10/13)... made one catch for seven yards against No. 14 Oklahoma (10/6)... caught two passes for 23 yards and also attempted and completed first career pass (to QB Seth Doege) at Iowa State (9/29)... made two catches for 24 yards (long 19) against New Mexico (9/15)... notched three catches for 19 yards and returned one kickoff for 22 yards at Texas State (9/8)... led the team making seven catches for 92 yards (long 23) in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1)... finished second on the team with 92 all-purpose yards in the season opener.

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BRENT MITCHAM

CB • 5-11 • 175 • Senior/3L Killeen, Texas/Shoemaker 2012 Played in 11 games (3 starts) with eight tackles (6 solo, 2 assisted) and broke up one pass… finished the season with two tackles (one solo) against Minnesota (12/28) in the Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas at Reliant Stadium… posted one tackle in three consecutive games against No. 23 Texas (11/3), No. 24 Oklahoma State (11/17) and Baylor (11/24)… tallied one tackle (solo) against No. 14 Oklahoma (10/6)... made season debut recording two tackles (one solo) at Texas State (9/8). 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). 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 … majoring in restaurant, hotel, and institutional management. 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 CAREER STATISTICS TACKLES G UA A Total 2010 8 8 3 11 2011 10 16 4 20 2012 11 6 2 8 TOTAL 29 30 9 39

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WR • 5-8 • 183 • Junior/SQ Houston, Texas/Cypress Creek 2012 Scout team member. 2011 Scout team member. 2010 Redshirt season. HIGH SCHOOL Played football and ran track for Cypress Creek … named first team all-district in 2008 and 2009 … member of the district championship team in 2008 and 2009. PERSONAL Brent Mitcham … born June 11, 1991 in Houston, Texas … son of Keith and Karen Mitcham … has two sisters, Rachel and Kristen … enjoys hunting and fishing.


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OL • 6-3 • 302 • Sophomore/1L Arlington, Texas/Sam Houston

2011 Medical redshirt season… 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... an undeclared major at Texas Tech.

2012 Scout team member. 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… has a twin brother, Alfredo, and a younger sister, Adrian… an undeclared major at Texas Tech.

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2012 Played in 10 games (4 starts) at left guard on the offensive line… part of the offensive line that helped pave the way for the Red Raider running backs that rushed for 1,674 yards during the regular season (12 games) – the most by Texas Tech since 1998 (2,219).

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THIERRY NGUEMA

CB • 5-11 • 190 • Freshman/RS Lancaster, Texas/Lancaster

CB • 5-10 • 168 • Freshman/RS Corona, Calif./Santiago

2012 Redshirt season. Scout team member.

2012 Redshirt season. Scout team member.

HIGH SCHOOL Lancaster High School in Lancaster, Texas… 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.

HIGH SCHOOL Santiago High School in Corona, Calif… 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.

PERSONAL La’Darius Newbold… born February 15, 1994 in Dallas, Texas… son of Philip and Tanya Newbold… has six siblings, Dontre, Latamara, Davina, Fredrick, Freddie and Patrick… hobbies include playing video games, listening to music and drawing… a finance major at Texas Tech.

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


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OMAR ONTIVEROS

QB • 6-3 • 216 • Freshman/RS Abilene, Texas/Cooper

HIGH SCHOOL Cooper High School in Abilene, Texas… 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 Reporter-News ... team offensive MVP… High School Coaches: Todd Moebes and David Cedillo. PERSONAL Clayton Nicholas… born October 1, 1993 in Cheyenne, Wyo… son of Craig and Tracie Nicholas… has a brother, Greg, and a sister, Nicole… hobbies include hunting, fishing and ping-pong… a business major at Texas Tech.

2012 Played in eight games (0 starts) as the team’s primary fullback before suffering a seasonending injury… caught three passes for 24 yards (8.0 avg.)… caught one pass for two yards in final game of the season at No. 3 Kansas State (10/27)… made one reception for 19 yards (season-long) against No. 14 Oklahoma (10/6)… caught first career pass for three yards against New Mexico (9/15)… made season debut in the season opener against Northwestern State (9/1). 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. CAREER HIGHS Receptions_______________________________1 3x, at Kansas State (2012)* Yards ___________________________________ 19, vs. Oklahoma (2012) Touchdowns____________________________________________ None Longest Reception____________________________ 19, vs. Oklahoma (2012) All-Purpose Yards_____________________________ 19, vs. Oklahoma (2012) * Indicates most recent high

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2012 Redshirt season. Scout team member.

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WR • 6-3 • 215 • Sophomore/1L Lubbock, Texas/Monterey

DL • 6-2 • 260 • Sophomore/1L Milwaukee, Wis./Homestead

2012 Played in three games (0 starts) primarily on special teams… did not register a tackle… played in each of the final three games of the season, including the Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas against Minnesota (12/28) at Reliant Stadium… made an appearance on special teams against Baylor (11/24) at Cowboys Stadium… made career debut on special teams on the road at No. 24 Oklahoma State (11/17).

2012 Played in five games (0 starts) with six tackles (4 solo, 2 assisted) playing primarily in a reserve role… made two tackles (both solo) against Minnesota (12/28) in the Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas at Reliant Stadium… made one tackle (solo) against New Mexico (9/15)… tallied one tackle (solo) at Texas State (9/8)… made career debut with two tackles (both solo) against Northwestern State (9/1) during the season opener.

2011 Redshirt season.

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.

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 Bradley Wayne Pearson… born March 11, 1993… son of David and Vicki Pearson.

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... majoring in business at Texas Tech. CAREER HIGHS Tackles_________________________________ 2 2x, vs. Minnesota (2012)* Tackles For Loss__________________________________________ None Sacks _______________________________________________ None Forced Fumbles__________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered________________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

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OL • 6-6 • 332 • Junior/2L Houston, Texas/Alief Elsik

CB • 6-0 • 202 • Senior/3L Midwest City, Okla./Carl Albert

2012 Played in eight games (0 starts) primarily as a reserve on the offensive line… part of the offensive line that helped pave the way for the Red Raider running backs that rushed for 1,674 yards during the regular season (12 games) – the most by Texas Tech since 1998 (2,219).

2012 All-Big 12 (Honorable Mention)...played in 11 games (8 starts) with 30 tackles (22 solo, 8 assisted) with 1.0 sack and broke up two passes... tallied at least one tackle in 10-of-11 games played... had multiple tackles in nine contests... collected two tackles (both assisted) against Minnesota (12/28) in the Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas at Reliant Stadium... made five tackles (all solo) against Baylor (11/24) at Cowboys Stadium... had four tackles (all solo) at No. 24 Oklahoma State (11/17)... made two tackles (both solo) against Kansas (11/10)... collected four tackles (two solo) at No. 21 TCU (10/20)... notched two tackles (one solo) against No. 4 West Virginia (10/13)... collected two tackles (both solo) - one for a loss - with a pass breakup against No. 14 Oklahoma (10/6)... made four tackles (three solo) and broke up one pass at Iowa State (9/29)... third on the team with four tackles (three solo) at Texas State (9/8)... made one tackle (assisted) in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1).

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 … majoring in human sciences.

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 … majoring in pre-physical therapy.

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CAREER HIGHS Tackles______________________________________12, vs. Baylor (2010) Tackles For Loss_____________________________1 5x, vs. Oklahoma (2012)* Sacks _______________________________________________ None Interceptions______________________________ 1 2x, at Oklahoma (2011)* Fumbles Recovered_____________________________ 1, vs. Iowa State (2011) * Indicates most recent high CAREER STATISTICS TACKLES G UA A Total 2010 13 61 15 76 2011 7 21 3 24 2012 11 22 8 30 TOTAL 31 104 26 130 INTERCEPTIONS 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

TFL Yds 4.0 8 0.0 0 1.0 1 5.0 9

G No. Yds TD 13 1 13 0 7 1 0 0 11 0 0 0 31 2 13 0

Lg 13 0 0 13

PD 7 3 2 12

JEREMY REYNOLDS

FF FR Blkd 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

Avg/R Avg/G 13.0 1.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 6.5 0.4

CB • 5-9 • 175 • Sophomore/1L Greensboro, N.C./Dudley 2012 Played in three games (0 starts) with two tackles (one solo) and one interception… suffered a season-ending injury causing him to miss the remainder of the season… played in final game of the season against New Mexico (9/15)… made one tackle (assisted) and tallied first career interception (returned for 18 yards) in the fourth quarter at Texas State (9/8)... made career debut with one tackle (solo) in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1). 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... majoring in mass communications at Texas Tech. CAREER HIGHS Tackles__________________________________ 1 2x, at Texas State (2012) Tackles For Loss__________________________________________ None Sacks _______________________________________________ None Interceptions________________________________ 1, at Texas State (2012) INT Returned for Touchdowns__________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

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CAREER HIGHS Tackles___________________________________ 5 2x, vs. Kansas (2012)* Tackles For Loss______________________________ 1.5, at Iowa State (2012) Sacks____________________________________ 1, at New Mexico (2011) Interceptions___________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered________________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

DL • 6-4 • 248 • Junior/2L Southlake, Texas/Carroll

CAREER STATISTICS TACKLES G UA A Total 2011 12 13 4 17 2012 13 23 6 29 TOTAL 25 36 10 46

JACKSON RICHARDS

SACKS 2011 2013 TOTAL

PD 1 2 3

FF FR Blkd 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

G UA A Total Yds 12 1 0 1.0 6 13 0 0 0.0 0 25 1 0 1.0 6

THE RED RAIDERS

2012 Played in 13 games (13 starts) with 29 tackles (23 solo, 6 assisted) with 3.5 tackles for a loss and broke up two passes... made at least one tackle in 12-of-13 games... had multiple tackles in seven games and in six consecutive games from Week 7-12... had one tackle (assisted) - an assisted tackle for a loss of four yards against Minnesota (12/28) in the Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas at Reliant Stadium... made three tackles (two solo) and had 0.5 tackles for a loss of one yard against Baylor (11/24) at Cowboys Stadium... tallied three tackles (one solo) with 0.5 tackles for a loss at No. 24 Oklahoma State (11/17)... made five tackles (all solo) against Kansas (11/10)... tallied three tackles (all solo) against No. 22 Texas (11/3)... collected three tackles (all solo) and made one tackle for a loss of three yards at No. 3 Kansas State (10/27)... made two tackles (two solo) at No. 21 TCU (10/20)... had one tackle (solo) against No. 4 West Virginia (10/13)... did not post a tackle but broke up one pass against No. 14 Oklahoma (10/6)... posted five tackles (three solo) while notching 1.5 tackles for a loss of three yards at Iowa State (9/29)... collected one tackle (solo) against New Mexico (9/15)... made one tackle (solo) at Texas State (9/8)... tallied one tackle (solo) with a pass breakup in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1).

TFL Yds 2.5 11 3.5 8 6.0 19

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). 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 … majoring in arts and sciences.

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ANTHONY SMITH

LB • 6-3 • 220 • Sophomore/1L Longview, Texas/Longview 2012 Played in 12 games (0 starts) with 20 tackles (16 solo, 4 assisted) with 1.5 sackles and forced one fumble... had at least one tackle in 10-of-12 games played... posted multiple tackles on six occasions... made one tackle (assisted) with a sack for a loss of four yards against Minnesota (12/28) in the Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas at Reliant Stadium... collected three tackles (all solo) against Baylor (11/24) at Cowboys Stadium... made one tackle (assisted) at No. 24 Oklahoma State (11/17)... collected one tackle (solo) against Kansas (11/10)... notched two tackles (both solo) at No. 3 Kansas State (10/27)... made two tackles (both solo) at No. 21 TCU (10/20)... tallied three tackles (two solo) against No. 4 West Virginia (10/13)... collected three tackles (two solo) with his first career sack (loss of 11) at Iowa State (9/29)... made three tackles (all solo) against New Mexico (9/15)... forced one fumble and collected a tackle (solo) in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1). 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. 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. 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... majoring in business marketing at Texas Tech. CAREER HIGHS Tackles____________________________________ 3 4x, vs. Baylor (2012)* Tackles For Loss______________________________ 1.0, at Iowa State (2012) Sacks ___________________________________ 1.0, at Iowa State (2012) Forced Fumbles_________________________ 1, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Fumbles Recovered________________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

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DL • 5-10 • 312 • Freshman/RS Houston, Texas/Spring Westfield 2012 Redshirt season. Scout team member. HIGH SCHOOL Spring Westfield High School in Houston, Texas… 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… also competed in track and field… High School Coaches: Corby Meekins and A.J. Blum. PERSONAL Anthony Smith… born January 6, 1993 in Houston, Texas… son of Donny and Ina Hightower… has four siblings, Rosline, Cecita, Donna and Key’toya… hobbies include cutting hair and playing video games… a business major at Texas Tech.


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S • 6-0 • 206 • Junior/1L Matthews, N.C./Butler/L.A. Pierce JC

2012 Phil Steele All-Big 12 (3rd Team)... Dallas Morning News All-Big 12 (Honorable Mention)... Midseason Phil Steele All-Big 12 (3rd Team)... Preseason Phil Steele All-Big 12 (4th Team)... Preseason College Sports Madness All-Big 12 (3rd Team)... played in 13 games (11 starts) with 55 tackles (34 solo, 21 assisted) with 1.5 tackles for a loss and three quarterback hurries... led all Red Raider newcomers with 55 total tackles and 34 solo tackles... had at least one tackle in all 13 games played... notched at least three tackles in 11-of-13 games... finished first season at Tech with a season-high eight tackles (2 solo) against Minnesota (12/28) in the Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas at Reliant Stadium... made two tackles (one solo) and tallied two quarterback hurries against Baylor (11/24) at Cowboys Stadium... collected three tackles (all solo) at No. 24 Oklahoma State (11/17)... made four tackles (three solo) against Kansas (11/10)... posted six tackles (four solo) against No. 22 Texas (11/3)... tallied four tackles (all solo) at No. 3 Kansas State (10/27)... made six tackles (five solo) at No. 21 TCU (10/20)... had one tackle (solo) against No. 4 West Virginia (10/13)... made three tackles (one solo) with 0.5 tackles for a loss against No. 14 Oklahoma (10/6)... led the team with seven tackles (three solo) at Iowa State (9/29)... posted three tackles with 0.5 tackles for a loss of four yards against New Mexico (9/15)... led the team with six tackles (three solo) and made 0.5 tackles for a loss at Texas State (9/8)... made career debut with three tackles (all solo) in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1).

2012 Played in four games (0 starts) primarily on special teams with two tackles (both solo)… made an appearance against Minnesota (12/28) but did not record a tackle in the Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas at Reliant Stadium… made Big 12 debut with one tackle (solo) against No. 14 Oklahoma (10/6)… made one tackle (solo) in career debut in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1).

WILL SMITH

LOS ANGELES PIERCE COLLEGE Los Angeles Pierce College in Los Angeles, Calif… SUPERPREP JUCO team ... recorded 26 tackles and a pass breakup during his freshman season...made an impact on special teams returning 20 kickoffs for an average of 22.3 yards-per-return... CHOSE TEXAS TECH OVER: Florida International, New Mexico, New Mexico State, Northern Colorado, SMU and Western Michigan. HIGH SCHOOL Butler High School in Matthews, N.C… member of the 2010 4A North Carolina state championship team as a senior… earned MVP honors of the state championship game (defense)… also competed in track and baseball… High School Coach: Brian Hales. PERSONAL Austin Stewart… born August 31, 1993 in North Carolina… son of Roger and Perina Stewart… has two older brothers, Tremain and Roger, a younger brother, Isaac, and a younger sister, Anna… a business major at Texas Tech.

NORTHWOOD UNIVERSITY Northwood University in Midland, Mich… recorded 22 tackles during freshman season… played for head coach Mike Sullivan. HIGH SCHOOL Notre Dame High School in Riverside, Calif… named team and league most valuable player in football and basketball… also selected team MVP in track… received all-county honorable mention in football and basketball… also competed in basketball and track and field… High School Coach: Bob Burt. PERSONAL William “Will” Smith… born January 13, 1992 in Riverside, Calif… 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. CAREER HIGHS Tackles____________________________________8, vs. Minnesota (2012) Tackles For Loss______________________________0.5, at Texas State (2012) Sacks _______________________________________________ None Interceptions___________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered________________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

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RIVERSIDE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Riverside Community College in Riverside, Calif… SUPERPREP JUCO team ... helped team to a perfect 11-0 record and a No. 5 national ranking by JC Gridwire...finished the 2011 season second on the team with 36 solo tackles and 13 tackles for loss during sophomore season... recorded three interceptions and returned one 75-yards for a touchdown... CHOSE TEXAS TECH OVER: Nevada, New Mexico, New Mexico State and San Jose State… Junior College Head Coach: Tom Craft.

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K • 6-2 • 173 • Sophomore/SQ McKinney, Texas/McKinney Boyd/S. Arkansas

RB • 6-0 • 199 • Senior/SQ Trophy Club, Texas/Liberty Christian

2012 Scout team member.

2012 Scout team member.

SOUTHERN ARKANSAS UNIVERSITY Southern Arkansas University in Magnolia, Ark… team tallied a 3-7 overall record in 2011… connected on 3-of-10 field goals and tallied 33-of-35 PAT attempts… recorded 3-of-5 field goal attempts from inside 40 yards and was 0-of-5 from 40-49 yards… also recorded 45 punts for 1,797 yards while averaging 39.9 yards per punt with 11 punts inside the 20 yard line and recording a season-best 60-yard punt… posted 48 kickoffs for 2,912 yards while averaging 60.7 yards per kickoff with eight touchbacks.

2011 Scout team member.

HIGH SCHOOL McKinney Boyd High School in McKinney, Texas… finished his prep career perfect in PAT attempts and field goal tries from inside 44 yards… tallied 36 touchbacks during senior season… named AP All-State and earned all-district honors as well as academic all-state recognition… also competed in soccer earning second team all-state as a senior. PERSONAL Taylor Symmank… born October 2, 1992… undeclared major at Texas Tech.

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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 … majoring in business marketing.


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WR • 6-0 • 204 • Senior/3L Wichita Falls, Texas/Rider

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. 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 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 … majoring in human development and family studies. CAREER HIGHS Receptions___________________________________ 16, vs. Baylor (2011) Yards ____________________________________ 180, vs. Kansas (2012) Touchdowns___________________________________ 3 2x, at TCU (2012)* Longest Reception_____________________________48, at Oklahoma (2011) All-Purpose Yards______________________________ 180, vs. Kansas (2012) * Indicates most recent high CAREER STATISTICS RECEIVING G Rec Yds TD Lg Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 2010 11 6 63 0 14 0.5 10.5 5.7 2011 12 84 800 11 48 7.0 9.5 66.7 2012 12 82 1053 12 39 6.8 12.8 87.8 TOTAL 35 172 1916 23 48 4.9 11.1 54.7

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2012 Phil Steele All-Big 12 (3rd Team)... Dallas Morning News All-Big 12 (2nd Team)... San Antonio Express-News All-Big 12 (1st Team)... All-Big 12 (Honorable Mention)... Biletnikoff Award Watch List (Nation’s Top Receiver)... Preseason Phil Steele All-Big 12 (2nd Team)... Preseason Phil Steele No. 51 Nationally-Ranked WR... Preseason College Sports Madness All-Big 12 (3rd Team)... NCAA RANKINGS: eighth in receiving touchdowns (12)... 19th in receptions/game (6.83)... 20th in receptions (82)... 26th in receiving yards/game (87.75)... 24th in receiving yards (1,053)... BIG 12 RANKINGS: fourth in 100-yard receiving games (5)... third in receiving touchdowns (12)... fifth in receiving yards (1,053)... fifth in receiving yards/game (87.8)... sixth in receptions (82)... sixth in receptions/game (6.8)... 10th in scoring touchdowns (12)... TEXAS TECH RECORD BOOKS: seventh in touchdown receptions (12)... ranks fourth in Tech career receiving touchdowns (23)... joins Michael Crabtree as the only players in school history to catch 12 touchdowns in back-to-back seasons... played in 12 games (12 starts) with 82 receptions, a team-leading 1,053 receiving yards and 12 receiving touchdowns... averaged 87.8 receiving yards/game... averaged 12.8 yards/reception... five 100-yard receiving performances this season (7 career)... caught multiple touchdowns during three games in the season (7 career)... had at least three receptions in every game (12) played during the season... caught at least one touchdown in seven contests... had at least 100 yards receiving in four of the last six games of the season... made seven catches for 79 yards with a receiving touchdown against Minnesota (12/28) in the Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas at Reliant Stadium... had nine receptions for 113 yards with a touchdown against Baylor (11/24) at Cowboys Stadium... made five catches for 38 yards (long 13) at No. 24 Oklahoma State (11/17)... recorded third straight 100-yard receiving performance with 12 catches for 180 yards against Kansas (11/10)... became the first Red Raider since 2007 (Michael Crabtree) to have three consecutive 100-yard performances... 180 receiving yards marked the most by a Red Raider in Big 12 play since 2007 (Michael Crabtree - 9 REC, 195 YDS, 2 TD - at Texas)... tallied second straight 100-yard receiving performance with eight catches for 126 yards (long 22) against No. 22 Texas (11/3)... became the first Red Raider with back-to-back 100-yard receiving games since 2011 (Alex Torres - vs. Texas A&M/K-State)... recorded 161 yards receiving on 11 catches with two touchdowns at No. 3 Kansas State (10/27)... marked the most receiving yards in a Big 12 game by a Red Raider since 2009 (Alex Torres - 163 vs. Oklahoma)... led the team with six catches for 61 yards (long 29) and tied a career high with three touchdown receptions at No. 21 TCU (10/20)... caught one touchdown and made four receptions for 37 yards against No. 4 West Virginia (10/13)... caught three passes for 20 yards (long 8) against No. 14 Oklahoma (10/6)... led the team with nine catches for 122 yards receiving with one touchdown at Iowa State (9/29)... marked first 100-yard receiving performance of the season (2nd career)... touchdown marked the fourth of the season (15th career)... Iowa State performance reached two career milestones of 1,000 career receiving yards and 100 career receptions... caught three touchdown passes - all in the first half - with five catches for 90 yards (long 39) against New Mexico (9/15)... became the first Tech player to catch three touchdown passes in a game since Alex Torres caught three at No. 1 Oklahoma in 2011... became the first Red Raider with three receiving touchdowns in the first half since 2007 (Michael Crabtree, 3 - at Oklahoma State)... made season debut with three catches for 26 yards in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1).

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DeANDRE WASHINGTON

S • 5-9 • 189 • Freshman/RS Snyder, Texas/Snyder

RB • 5-8 • 182 • Sophomore/1L Missouri City, Texas/T. Marshall 2012 Redshirt season. Scout team member.

HIGH SCHOOL Snyder High School in Snyder, Texas… 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 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… also competed in basketball, baseball, track and golf… CHOSE TEXAS TECH OVER: Louisiana Tech… High School Coaches: Chad Rogers, Cory Mandrell and Roger White.

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.

PERSONAL Keenon Ward… born April 24, 1994 in Snyder, Texas… son of Kevin Ward and Dessle Ware… mother, Dessle, graduated from Western Texas College and Texas Tech… father’s half-brother is former NFL tight end Bubba Franks who played for the Packers (2000-2007) and Jets (2008)… has a younger sister, Makayla Williams… hobbies include golfing, fishing and hunting… an agricultural business major at Texas Tech.

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. 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... an undeclared 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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DENNELL WESLEY

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DL • 6-1 • 286 • Senior/2L Hastings, Fla./Menendez/Butler CC

HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from High School in December 2012 and enrolled at Texas Tech in January 2013 ... four-star prospect by ESPN, three-star prospect by Rivals and Scout ... ranked as the No. 21 quarterback in the nation by Rivals and the No. 3 quarterback in Texas ... the No. 54 prospect in the Rivals Texas Postseason Top 100 ... guided his team to a District 9-4A Championship and a run to the Class 4A Division II Regional Semifinal against Lancaster ... First-Team AllDistrict ... Honorable Mention All-State ... dual threat quarterback that threw for 2,658 yards his senior season (210 completions, 359 attempts) along with 23 touchdowns ... logged 120 rushing attempts for 589 yards and 12 rushing touchdowns ... as a junior, he threw for 2,682 yards (200 completions, 378 attempts) along with 26 touchdowns ... First Team All-District ... CHOSE TEXAS TECH OVER: Colorado, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, TCU, Utah State and UTSA.

2012 Played in 12 games (0 starts) with 21 tackles (13 solo, 8 assisted) with 1.5 sacks and 5.5 tackles for a loss... had at least one tackle in nine games and posted multiple tackles on seven occasions... had at least one tackle for a loss in four of the final seven games of the season... tallied seven tackles (one solo) with two sacks for a loss of 13 yards against Minnesota (12/28) in the Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas at Reliant Stadium... made two tackles (both solo) with one tackle for a loss of three against Baylor (11/24) at Cowboys Stadium... tallied one tackle (solo) against No. 22 Texas (11/3)... collected two tackles (one solo) at No. 3 Kansas State (10/27)... made two tackles (both solo) with one tackle for a loss at No. 21 TCU (10/20)... recorded two tackles (both solo) and one tackle for a loss against No. 4 West Virginia (10/13)... made two tackles (both solo) against No. 14 Oklahoma (10/6)... had one tackle (solo) at Iowa State (9/29)... collected two tackles (one solo) at Texas State (9/8)... made season debut in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1). 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). 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. CAREER HIGHS Tackles____________________________________ 7, vs. Minnesota (2012) Tackles For Loss____________________________ 2, vs. West Virginia (2012) Sacks ___________________________________1.5, vs. Minnesota (2012) Interceptions___________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered_______________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high CAREER STATISTICS TACKLES G UA A Total 2011 12 13 8 21 2012 12 13 8 21 TOTAL 24 26 16 42 SACKS 2011 2012 TOTAL

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RB • 5-7 • 197 • Freshman/RS College Station, Texas/A&M Consolidated

DOMINIQUE WHEELER

QUINTON WHITE

2012 Redshirt season. Scout team member.

HIGH SCHOOL Crockett High School in Crockett, Texas… 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… also competed in basketball and track… CHOSE TEXAS TECH OVER: Auburn, Baylor, Clemson, Colorado, Michigan, Missouri, Oklahoma State, SMU, TCU, Texas, Texas A&M and Utah.

HIGH SCHOOL A&M Consolidated High School in College Station, Texas... 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 ... First-Team District 12-5A ... CHOSE TEXAS TECH OVER: Air Force, Army, Louisiana Tech, Navy, Texas-San Antonio and Tulsa… High School Coach: Jim Slaughter.

PERSONAL Dominique Wheeler… born October 6, 1993 in Crockett, Texas… son of Veronica Wheeler… mother, Veronica, graduated from UT Arlington… has an older brother, Devin, an older sister, Veroneka and a younger sister, Symphony… undeclared major at Texas Tech.

PERSONAL Quinton White… born January 27, 1994 in College Station, Texas… son of Quinton White Sr. and Andree Mable… mother, Andree, graduated from Sam Houston State… has two siblings, Quinterrian and Quandree… an exercise and sport science major at Texas Tech.

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RB • 5-9 • 219 • Junior/2L Pflugerville, Texas/Hendrickson 2012 All-Big 12 (Honorable Mention)... BIG 12 RANKINGS: 10th in rushing yards (824)... 10th in rushing yards/game (63.4)... played in 13 games (11 starts) with 143 rushes and 824 rushing yards with five rushing touchdowns... averaged 63.4 yards rushing/game... averaged 5.8 yards/rush... also caught 16 passes for 163 receiving yards with one touchdown... 824 rushing yards mark the most by a Red Raider underclassmen since 2006 (Shannon Woods - Soph. 926)... one of 21 Big 12 players with a 100-yard rushing performance... rushed for at least 60 yards in eight games... scored a touchdown in six games during the season... had at least one reception in 10-of-13 games played... had multiple catches in five contests... rushed seven times for 45 yards (6.4 avg.) and caught two passes for 28 yards against Minnesota (12/28) in the Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas at Reliant Stadium... carried 12 times for 89 yards with a rushing touchdown against Baylor (11/24) at Cowboys Stadium... also caught a pass for 11 yards against the Bears... carried 14 times for 78 yards (long 16) at No. 24 Oklahoma State (11/17)... rushed nine times for 37 yards and made one catch for 20 yards against Kansas (11/10)... had 18 carries for 71 yards with a rushing touchdown while making three catches for 22 yards against No. 22 Texas (11/3)... rushed 15 times for 81 yards (long 13) and caught 1 pass for seven yards at No. 3 Kansas State (10/27)... carried six times for 47 yards (long 47) with a touchdown at No. 21 TCU (10/20)... rushed six times for 31 yards and caught two passes for 33 yards (long 24) against No. 4 West Virginia (10/13)... carried seven times for 24 yards with second touchdown of the season (4th career) against No. 14 Oklahoma (10/6)... led the team with 15 carries and 80 yards rushing (long 23) at Iowa State (9/29)... collected first career 100-yard rushing performance with 14 carries for 105 yards (long 31) against New Mexico (9/15)... joined teammate Eric Stephens Jr. as the first set of Tech RBs to each rush for over 100-yards in the same game since 1998 (Ricky Williams/Rob Peters - vs. Baylor)... rushed five times for 62 yards while averaging 12.4 yards per carry at Texas State (9/8)... led the team with 74 yards rushing on 15 carries (4.9 avg.) and caught two passes for 23 yards with a two-yard touchdown reception in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1). 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). 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

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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______________________________________ 18, vs. Texas (2012) Rushing Yards_____________________________ 105, vs. New Mexico (2012) Rushing Touchdowns______________________________ 2, vs. Baylor (2011) Longest Rush____________________________________47, at TCU (2012) Total Touchdowns________________________________ 2, vs. Baylor (2011) Receptions__________________________________ 3 2x, vs. Texas (2012)* Receiving Yards______________________________ 25 2x, vs. Baylor (2011)* Receiving Touchdowns_____________________ 1, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Longest Reception______________________ 21, vs. Northwestern State (2012) All-Purpose Yards___________________________ 112, vs. New Mexico (2012) * Indicates most recent high CAREER STATISTICS RUSHING G Att Yds TD Lg Avg/C Avg/G 2011 10 43 135 2 17 3.1 13.5 2012 13 143 824 5 47 5.8 63.4 TOTAL 23 186 959 7 47 5.2 41.7 RECEIVING 2011 2012 TOTAL

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OL • 6-6 • 268 • Sophomore/SQ Coldspring, Texas/Oakhurst

KRIS WILLIAMS

MATT WILSON

2012 Scout team member.

HIGH SCHOOL Bryan Adams High School in Dallas, Texas… 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… also competed in basketball, track and baseball… High School Coach: Derrick Roberson.

2011 Redshirt season.

PERSONAL Kristopher Williams… born December 8, 1993 in Dallas, Texas… son of Catrina Butler… has a younger sister, Victoria… undeclared major at Texas Tech.

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. 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... majoring in engineering at Texas Tech.

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LB • 6-1 • 219 • Junior/2L Schertz, Texas/Clemens

DL • 6-3 • 223 • Sophomore/1L Lubbock, Texas/Cooper

2012 Played in 12 games (1 start) with 13 tackles (10 solo) with 1.5 tackles for a loss with one quarterback hurry… played in Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas against Minnesota (12/28) at Reliant Stadium but did not collect a tackle… collected two tackles (one solo) against Baylor (11/24) at Cowboys Stadium… matched a season-high with three tackles (all solo) at No. 24 Oklahoma State (11/17)… made one tackle (solo) and had a quarterback hurry against Kansas (11/10)… had one tackle (solo) against No. 23 Texas (11/3)… made a tackle (solo) in Big 12 opener at Iowa State (9/29)… made three tackles (one solo) and had 0.5 tackles for a loss in first career start against New Mexico (9/15)… notched a pair of tackles (both solo) at Texas State (9/8)… made season debut in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1).

2012 Played in 12 games (0 starts) primarily on special teams… fielded one kickoff return and went seven yards at No. 24 Oklahoma State (11/17)… made career debut against Northwestern State (9/1) during the season opener.

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. 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 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 … majoring in engineering. CAREER HIGHS Tackles______________________________ 3 2x, at Oklahoma State (2012)* Tackles For Loss___________________________1.0, at Oklahoma State (2012) Sacks _______________________________________________ None Interceptions___________________________________________ None Quarterback Hurries______________________________ 1, vs. Kansas (2012) * Indicates most recent high CAREER STATISTICS TACKLES G UA A Total 2010 2 0 2 2 2011 6 0 3 3 2012 12 10 3 13 TOTAL 20 10 8 18

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HIGH SCHOOL Lubbock Cooper High School in Lubbock, Texas… helped lead team to 10-3 season with a regional finals appearance and advancing to the third round of the state playoffs… earned all-state as a defensive lineman and earned Old Spice Player of the Year… named to the heavy hitter club, first team All-West Texas, all-city and all-district on both sides of the ball… named second team Lubbock Avalanche-Journal All-City in 2010... also competed in track and basketball… High School Coach: Travis Windham. PERSONAL Cameron Wright… born September 17, 1992 in Lubbock, Texas… son of Mitch and Brenda Wright… has an older sister, Reagan… hobbies include sports and cars… a university studies major at Texas Tech.


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2013 SIGNING CLASS Pos. DL S DE/OLB WR OL WR DB OL S LB WR LB RB ATH ATH OL DB LB OL WR QB LB ATH

Ht. 6-4 5-11 6-4 6-1 6-4 6-2 6-2 6-6 6-0 6-3 5-11 6-3 6-0 6-5 6-2 6-4 5-11 6-4 6-6 5-9 6-4 6-1 6-1

Wt. 261 175 230 175 280 202 200 260 190 225 170 205 180 220 168 290 160 230 295 173 195 235 190

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Demetrius Alston, Defensive Line, Hutchinson C.C., Norcross High School, Norcross, Ga. Signed National Letter of Intent … three-star prospect by ESPN … totaled seven tackles and one sack in the first game of the 2012 season before suffering a broken leg that sidelined him for the remainder of the year … signed with Cincinnati out of high school … Chose Texas Tech over: Cincinnati, Kansas State and Tennessee Defensive Line Coach John Scott Jr. on Alston: “Demetrius is a great pass rusher and is very good with his hands. He plays with a high motor along with good pad level and leverage.” Jalen Barnes, Safety, Memorial High School, Port Arthur, Texas Signed National Letter of Intent … three-star prospect by ESPN and 24/7 Sports … ranked in the Top 100 nationally at his position by ESPN … Port Arthur News Super Team selection … First Team All-District 21-5A … ended his senior season with 54 tackles, one interception and five pass break-ups … as a junior, he compiled 46 tackles, one sack, four interceptions and two forced fumbles … Chose Texas Tech over: Houston, Iowa State, Kansas, LouisianaLafayette, Mississippi State, North Texas, Oklahoma State, San Jose State, Tulsa and Utah. Safeties Coach Trey Haverty on Barnes: “An explosive athlete. He is a hard hitter, very athletic and has a nose for the football. Jalen plays extremely well in space and has a very good change of direction.” Zach Barnes, Defensive End/Outside Linebacker, Grayson High School, Loganville, Ga. Signed National Letter of Intent … three-star prospect by ESPN and 24/7 Sports … helped guide his team to a state championship in 2011 and a Region 8 6A Championship in 2012 … plays with a high motor which led to nine sacks and 15 tackles for loss his senior season … Chose Texas Tech over: Tennessee, BYU and Cincinnati Co-Defensive Coordinator/Outside Linebackers Coach Mike Smith on Barnes: “Barnes is athletic, very explosive and has good hips. He has a very high motor and always chases the ball. He is a great kid with very good grades and has been very active in FCA.” D.J. Polite-Bray, Wide Receiver, Martin Luther King High School, Lithonia, Georgia Signed National Letter of Intent … three-star prospect by Rivals, ESPN and Scout … No. 75 wide receiver in the 2013 class according to Rivals … First Team All-State selection … explosive playmaker … hauled in 53 catches for 1,063 yards (20 yards per-catch) and 17 touchdowns … Chose Texas Tech over: Mississippi, Tennessee, Utah and Louisville.

Hometown/High School/Previous School Norcross, Ga./Norcross/Hutchinson C.C. Port Arthur, Texas/Memorial Loganville, Ga./Grayson Lithonia, Ga./Martin Luther King San Antonio, Texas/O’Connor Whitehouse, Texas/Whitehouse San Diego, Calif./Scripps Ranch/Mt. San Antonio College Fort Worth, Texas/Eastern Hills St. Louis, Mo./Lutheran Worth/Pierce C.C. Ennis, Texas/Ennis Houston, Texas/Bellaire Lithonia, Ga./Martin Luther King Midland, Texas/Midland/Navarro J.C. Clarksville, Texas/Clarksville Mesquite, Texas/Dallas Christian Lithonia, Ga./Martin Luther King Munday, Texas/Munday Calvert, Texas/Calvert/Navarro JC Beverly Hills, Mich./Country Day Manvel, Texas/Manvel Prosper, Texas/Prosper Sherman, Texas/Sherman Leander, Texas/Leander

Co-Offensive Coordinator Sonny Cumbie on Polite-Bray: “A very fast, big-time playmaker that has very good ball skills and hands. He uses his vision really well after the catch to make big plays and can make something out of nothing.” Baylen Brown, Offensive Line, O’Connor High School, San Antonio, Texas Signed National Letter of Intent … three-star prospect by Rivals, Scout, ESPN and 24/7 Sports … ranked as the No. 27 offensive guard in the 2013 class by Rivals … member of the Rivals Texas Postseason Top 100 … Lone Star Recruiting Top 100 … the No. 19 offensive guard in the nation by 24/7 Sports … selected to play in the O-D All-American Bowl … Honorable Mention All-State … First Team All-District selection three consecutive years … physically imposing player who always wanted to be a Red Raider … graded out at 96 percent with 53 pancakes and 78 knockdowns … Chose Texas Tech over: Baylor, Houston, Mississippi State, Oklahoma State, Purdue and Tulsa Offensive Line Coach Lee Hays on Brown: “Baylen has been a lifelong Red Raider fan and Texas Tech was his dream school. He is a hard-nosed, physical player that moves really well for his size. He has a great work ethic and is very intelligent.” Dylan Cantrell, Wide Receiver, Whitehouse High School, Whitehouse, Texas Signed National Letter of Intent … four-star prospect by Scout, three-star prospect by Rivals, ESPN and 24/7 Sports … ranked as the No. 36 wide receiver in the 2013 class by Scout … member of the Rivals Texas Postseason Top 100 and Lone Star Recruiting’s Top 100 … No. 87 on the ESPN Top 100 Midlands … First Team All-State by the Texas AP Sports Editors … Second Team All-State by OldCoach.com … unanimous First Team All-District 14-4A selection … big and physical receiver that will play the “Y” position at Texas Tech … hauled in 66 catches his senior year for 1,396 yards … averaged 21 yards per catch and scored 15 touchdowns … Chose Texas Tech over: Arkansas, West Virginia, Washington State, Minnesota, Louisiana Tech, Ole Miss and Mississippi State Co-Offensive Coordinator/Inside Receivers Coach Eric Morris on Cantrell: “Dylan has great ball skills and is a hard-working, big and physical receiver. He loves everything about playing football from working out, studying and the competition.” Dorian Crawford, Defensive Back, Mt. San Antonio College, Scripps Ranch High School, San Diego, Calif. Signed National Letter of Intent … three-star prospect by ESPN and 24/7 Sports … allconference selection in 2012 … lockdown corner who will play corner or safety at Texas Tech … registered 35 tackles, two interceptions and four pass breakups … Chose Texas Tech over: Cal, Utah and Utah State WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

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Name Demetrius Alston Jalen Barnes Zach Barnes D.J. Polite-Bray Baylen Brown Dylan Cantrell Dorian Crawford Cody Hayes Martin Hill Malik Jenkins Devin Lauderdale Jacarthy Mack Tyler Middleton Gary Moore Justis Nelson Josh Outlaw Dee Paul Andre Ross Poet Thomas Carlos Thompson Davis Webb Kahlee Woods Caleb Woodward

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Safeties Coach Trey Haverty on Crawford: “Crawford has NFL size, great length, exceptional feet and can play both corner or safety. He is very fluid with good ball skills.” Cody Hayes, Offensive Line, Eastern Hills High School, Fort Worth, Texas Signed National Letter of Intent … three-star prospect by Scout, ESPN and 24/7 Sports … Second Team All-State … First Team All-District 6-4A … extremely competitive and has demonstrated great leadership and work ethic … graded out at 94 percent with 51 pancakes and 79 knockdowns in 2012 … Chose Texas Tech over: Oklahoma, New Mexico and UTEP. Offensive Line Coach Lee Hays on Hayes: “His best football is definitely ahead of him. Cody is extremely athletic, plays varsity basketball, has great feet and is very strong. He’s always the first one in the line for drills and is extremely competitive.” Malik Jenkins, Linebacker, Ennis High School, Ennis, Texas Signed National Letter of Intent … three-star prospect by ESPN and 24/7 Sports … First Team All-District … lifelong dream to play for Texas Tech and comes from the same high school as Tech great Graham Harrell … logged 116 tackles in his senior season … Chose Texas Tech over: Washington State, Houston and Rice Defensive Coordinator Matt Wallerstedt on Jenkins: “An explosive player that drives his hips through the tackle. Malik is instinctive and a great all-around football player with an impressive academic resume.” Devin Lauderdale, Wide Receiver, Bellaire High School, Houston, Texas Signed National Letter of Intent … four-star prospect by Rivals, ESPN and 24/7 Sports … member of the Rivals250 … ranked by Rivals as the No. 26 wide receiver in the 2013 class … Rivals Texas Postseason Top 100 … Lone Star Recruiting Rankings Top 100 … No. 54 on the ESPN Top 100 Midlands … No. 42 overall prospect in the state by 24/7 Sports … named the Offensive Most Valuable Player for District 20-5A … explosive receiver that compiled 27 catches for 583 yards along with nine touchdowns …rushed for 127 yards on 12 carries and three touchdowns … Chose Texas Tech over: offers from 33 schools including, Alabama, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Ohio State, Notre Dame, Texas A&M, West Virginia and UCLA Co-Offensive Coordinator/Outside Receivers Coach Sonny Cumbie on Lauderdale: “Devin is absolutely electric with the ball in his hands. He is one of the fastest players in the state of Texas and a great athlete that is dynamic in the return game.” Jacarthy Mack, Linebacker, Martin Luther King High School, Lithonia, Ga. Signed National Letter of Intent … a consensus three-star prospect by Rivals, Scout, ESPN and 24/7 Sports … ranked as the No. 57 outside linebacker in the 2013 class by Rivals … member of the Rivals Georgia Postseason Top 80 … First Team All-District in 2011 and 2012 … logged 65 tackles, six tackles for loss and seven sacks in 2012 … Chose Texas Tech over: West Virginia, Kansas State and Louisville. Co-Defensive Coordinator/Outside Linebackers Coach Mike Smith on Mack: “An exceptional blitzer that can play multiple positions. He can run, is a great tackler and is explosive and sudden.” Tyler Middleton, Running Back, Navarro Junior College, Midland High School, Midland, Texas Signed National Letter of Intent … three-star prospect by ESPN and 24/7 Sports … ranked as the No. 3 junior college all-purpose back the 2013 class by 24/7 Sports … was named MVP of the 12th Annual Heart of Texas Bowl after rushing for 119 yards on seven carries and two touchdowns … his performance in the bowl game helped give No. 5 Navarro College a 30-23 win over No. 20 Georgia Military … a home run threat any time he touches the ball … compiled 71 carries and 898 rushing yards (12.6 yards per rush) in 2012 along with 11 touchdowns … ran a 10.38 100M while at Midland High School … Chose Texas Tech over: Louisiana Tech Running backs coach Mike Jinks on Middleton: “Tyler has home run hitting speed and the ability to take every handoff to the house. He has very good vision and once he sees a hole, he hits it.” Gary Moore, Athlete, Clarksville High School, Clarksville, Texas Signed National Letter of Intent … four-star prospect by 24/7 Sports … three-star prospect by Rivals, Scout and ESPN … rated as the No. 80 wide receiver in the 2013 class by Rivals … member of the Rivals Texas Posteason Top 100 … Lone Star Recruiting Top 100 … Defensive MVP District 8-2A … First Team All-District 8-2A in 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012 … First-Team All-State in both football and basketball by the Texas Associated Press Sports Editors … caught 30 passes for 580 yards (19 yards per-reception) along with 10 touchdowns … recorded 76 tackles, 14 tackles for loss, 20 sacks and five forced fumbles … Chose Texas Tech over: TCU and Missouri WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

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Co-Offensive Coordinator/Outside Receivers Coach Sonny Cumbie on Moore: “Moore is one of the best athletes in all of Texas in any classification. He has great size, huge hands, plays with a high motor and is a very dedicated worker.” Justis Nelson, Athlete, Dallas Christian, Mesquite, Texas Signed National Letter of Intent … three-star prospect by Rivals, ESPN and 24/7 Sports … First Team All-District on both offense and defense … Academic All-State selection … First Team All-State on both offense and defense … two-way athlete that will play corner or safety at Texas Tech … hauled in 35 catches his senior season for 783 yards (23 yards per-catch) and nine touchdowns … Chose Texas Tech over: Air Force and Harvard. Cornerbacks Coach Kevin Curtis on Nelson: “Nelson has exceptional length and plays the ball well in the air. He’s like having another coach on the field and is a great student of the game.” Josh Outlaw, Offensive Line, Martin Luther King High School, Lithonia, Ga. Signed National Letter of Intent … consensus three-star prospect by Rivals, Scout, ESPN and 24/7 Sports … rated as the No. 24 offensive guard in the 2013 class by Rivals … the No. 32 rated prospect in Georgia by Rivals … played in the Semper Fi All-American Game … Chose Texas Tech over: Oklahoma, Florida, West Virginia, TCU, Arkansas, Auburn, Georgia, Missouri and South Carolina. Offensive Line Coach Lee Hays on Outlaw: “Josh is one of the best offensive linemen in the country. He’s very athletic, has great feet and is everything you want in a left tackle.” Dee Paul, Defensive Back, Munday High School, Munday, Texas Signed National Letter of Intent … consensus three-star prospect by Rivals, Scout, ESPN and 24/7 Sports … member of the Rivals Texas Postseason Top 100 … 2012 Dave Campbell’s Texas High School Football Magazine Offensive Player of the Year (all classifications) … First Team All-State … Defensive Player of the Year by the Texas Associated Press Sports Editors … District 8-1A Most Valuable Player … helped guide the Moguls to a state championship in 2012 … tremendous two-way athlete that played quarterback and safety in high school … will switch to cornerback at Texas Tech … as a senior, he threw for 1,168 yards (42-of-82) and 17 touchdowns while rushing for 1,959 yards on 129 carries and scoring 32 touchdowns … in the 2012 state title game against Tenaha, he rushed for 267 yards and three touchdowns in a 42-14 win … Chose Texas Tech over: Baylor, Oklahoma State, Tennessee and SMU. Cornerbacks Coach Kevin Curtis on Paul: “A two-sport standout athlete that is dynamic with the ball in his hands. Dee is a great leader, great student and a hard worker.” Poet Thomas, Offensive Line, Country Day High School, Beverly Hills, Mich. Signed National Letter of Intent … three-star prospect by Scout and ESPN … a two time All-Oakland County selection … played defensive line in high school but will convert to the offensive line at Texas Tech … Chose Texas Tech over: Colorado, Florida, Kansas, SMU and Syracuse. Offensive Line Coach Lee Hays on Thomas: “Played both offensive line and defensive line in high school. Very athletic with great hands. Thomas is very strong right now but will get even stronger after a year with Coach Dennis.” Carlos Thompson, Wide Receiver, Manvel High School, Manvel, Texas Signed National Letter of Intent … three-star prospect by 24/7 Sports … First Team All Greater Houston by the Houston Chronicle … District 22-5A Offensive Most Valuable Player … helped guide his team to a district championship and a run to the state playoffs … compiled 67 catches for 1,452 yards (22 yards per catch) along with 21 touchdowns … Chose Texas Tech over: Louisiana-Lafayette and Old Dominion Co-Offensive Coordinator/Inside Receivers Coach Eric Morris on Thompson: “Carlos had one of the best seasons of any wide receiver in the state. His quickness and speed and ability to change directions without having to slow down make him very elusive. He has reliable hands and is dedicated to being the best at his position.” Davis Webb, Quarterback, Prosper High School, Prosper, Texas Signed a financial aid agreement … graduated from High School in December 2012 and enrolled at Texas Tech in January 2013 … four-star prospect by ESPN, three-star prospect by Rivals and Scout … ranked as the No. 21 quarterback in the nation by Rivals and the No. 3 quarterback in Texas … the No. 54 prospect in the Rivals Texas Postseason Top 100 … No. 76 on the ESPN Top 100 Midlands … guided his team to a District 9-4A Championship and a run to the Class 4A Division II Regional Semifinal against Lancaster … First-Team All-District … Honorable Mention All-State … dual threat quarterback that threw for 2,658 yards his senior season (210 completions, 359 attempts) along with 23 touchdowns … logged 120 rushing attempts for 589 yards and 12 rushing touchdowns … as a junior, he threw for 2,682


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yards (200 completions, 378 attempts) along with 26 touchdowns … First Team All-District. … Chose Texas Tech over: Colorado, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, TCU, Utah State and UTSA. Head Coach Kliff Kingsbury on Webb: “Davis is a natural born leader with a big-time arm. He can make all the throws and is a true student of the game. Davis is always wanting to watch more film, throw on his own and gets other guys to run routes for him. He is a great student in the classroom, a very good communicator and is able to get the best out of the people around him.”

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Kahlee Woods, Linebacker, Sherman High School, Sherman, Texas Signed National Letter of Intent … four-star prospect by ESPN … three-star prospect by Rivals and 24/7 Sports … No. 69 on the ESPN Top 100 Midlands … First Team All-District 13-4A in 2010, 2011, 2012 … Honorable Mention All-State in 2011, 2012 … posted 139 tackles, five tackles for loss, two sacks, two interceptions, two fumble recoveries and four forced fumbles as a senior … in his three-year career as a varsity starter, he accumulated 431 tackles … Chose Texas Tech over: New Mexico, SMU, Louisiana Tech and North Texas. Defensive Coordinator Matt Wallerstedt on Woods: “Great leadership skills and has a knack for finding the football. He explodes through impact on tackle and is a great student from a wonderful family.” Caleb Woodward, Athlete, Leander High School, Leander, Texas Signed National Letter of Intent … three-star prospect by Rivals, ESPN and 24/7 Sports … All-District selection … played both quarterback and wide receiver and will convert to safety at Texas Tech … rushed for 1,654 yards his senior season on 272 carries (six yards per-rush) and scored 24 touchdowns … caught three passes for 114 yards and two touchdowns. Safeties Coach Trey Haverty on Woodward: “Woodward is a great student and is able to get people around him lined up and help with their assignments. He is a hard worker and has good feet.”

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A native of New Braunfels, Texas, Kingsbury graduated from Texas Tech in 2001 with a bachelor’s degree in management.

KLIFF KINGSBURY @TTUKingsbury Kliff Kingsbury, Texas Tech’s second all-time leading passer, returns to his alma mater and becomes the 15th head football coach in school history. Hired at age 33, Kingsbury became the youngest head coach in a BCS conference and the second youngest in the FBS behind Toledo’s Matt Campbell. Kingsbury returns home after a one-year stint as offensive coordinator at Texas A&M where he played a huge role in leading freshman quarterback Johhny Manziel to the Heisman Trophy. Under his guidance, the Aggie offense finished third nationally in total offense by averaging 552.33 yards per-game. The Aggies ranked 14th nationally in passing offense and 13th nationally in rushing offense, making Texas A&M one of the most balanced attacks in college football. For the second consecutive year Kingsbury was named the national offensive coordinator of the year. Kingsbury made the move to Texas A&M from the University of Houston where he played a key role in the Cougars’ record-setting 13-win season in 2011. The Cougars finished 2011 with a 13-1 record and posted the program’s highest final BCS finish in school history (No. 19). Kingsbury served as co-offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach for the Cougars, and was named the 2011 Offensive Coordinator of the Year by FootballScoop.com. The Cougars led the nation in total offense, passing offense and scoring in 2011, while record-setting quarterback Case Keenum placed seventh in the Heisman Trophy voting and won the Sammy Baugh Award. With Kingsbury calling the offensive plays, the Cougars averaged 599.1 total yards per game, including 450.1 through the air, while scoring over 49 points per game. The Cougars scored over 70 points in two games in 2011, and finished the season with a 30-14 win over Penn State in the TicketCity Bowl. Kingsbury was instrumental in the continued development of Keenum, who finished his illustrious career as the most prolific passer in NCAA FBS history. In his one season with Kingsbury as his QB coach, Keenum completed 428-of-604 passes for 5,631 yards and 48 touchdowns, all NCAA FBS bests. In his first season as QB coach at Houston in 2010, Kingsbury prepped a true freshman signal caller, David Piland, to an average of 330.1 yards passing per game, which ranked No. 3 nationally. He was named to the Sporting News Freshman All-America team. After an eight-year professional football career, Kingsbury entered the coaching ranks in the spring of 2008 when he joined Sumlin’s staff as an offensive quality control assistant. A sixthround draft pick in 2003 by the New England Patriots, Kingsbury played for five NFL teams and also saw action in the Canadian Football League and the All-American Football League. Kingsbury was drafted by Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots after a record-setting career at Texas Tech. Kingsbury received multiple honors including Associated Press Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year as a quarterback for the Red Raiders. In addition, he set 39 school records, 16 Big 12 marks and 17 NCAA records during his career at Tech (1999-2002). As a senior he was awarded the Sammy Baugh Trophy, presented annually to the nation’s best college quarterback. The first in a long line of record-setting Texas Tech quarterbacks under then-head coach Mike Leach, Kingsbury recorded more than 12,000 passing yards and total offense including over 1,000 pass completions making him only the third player in NCAA history to accomplish all three. Kingsbury also excelled in the classroom as he was one of 14 collegiate football players to receive a post-graduate scholarship from the National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame as he also garnered Academic All-America Player of the Year honors in 2002. WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

KINGSBURY, THE RECORD SETTING QUARTERBACK 2002 - Senior Season Entered the season as a candidate for several awards - Heisman Trophy, Davey O’Brien, Unitas Golden Arm ... named Big 12 Preseason Offensive Player of the Year by a panel of media voters ... holds 39 school records, 13 Big 12 marks and seven NCAA records ... completed 83.05% (49-of-59) of his passes at Texas A&M to break the old NCAA mark of 83.02%, set by Kentucky’s Tim Couch against Vanderbilt in 1998 (Leach was his QB coach) ... also has 1,199 career completions, passing the old mark of 1,031, set by Louisville’s Chris Redman ... passed the 10,000-yard mark in passing yardage and total offense with his performance against Missouri ... has 12,054 passing yards, 11,918 total offense yards and 1,199 completions in career ... only third player in NCAA history to accomplish all three ... surpassed Big 12 career passing yardage and career total offense marks against Mississippi ... has completed 447-of-669 passes for 4,642 yards this season ... also has thrown 42 touchdown passes this season and became the Big 12’s all-time touchdown passing leader with his 61st against N.C. State ... completed 15-of-35 against Oklahoma for 187 yards and a touchdown ... directed Texas Tech to a 42-38 win over then-No. 3 Texas, passing for 473 yards and six touchdowns on the nation’s third-ranked pass defense ... completed 38-of-60 with no interceptions ... solid performance in last outing against Oklahoma State ... finished the game with 425 passing yards, four touchdown passes and 38-of-49 passing ... completed 34-of-41 for 373 yards and three touchdowns against Baylor ... injured his ankle early in the first quarter, but continued through two and a half quarters before leaving the game ... passed for 268 yards on 36-of-65 at Colorado ... did not complete a touchdown pass for first time in 12 games ... blistered Missouri with a Big 12 and school record 510 yards on 49-of-70 passing ... also threw five touchdown passes ... threw for 272 yards and a touchdown on 37-of-50 passing at Iowa State ... named Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week for the second-straight week (Oct. 7) for his performance against A&M ... Kingsbury shredded the nation’s third-ranked defense with a career-high 474 passing yards, five touchdowns and 49-of-59 passing ... named Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week (Sept. 30) after throwing for 407 yards and six touchdowns at New Mexico ... threw for a school record and then-Big 12 record six touchdown passes at New Mexico ... ... also completed 41-of-59 passes ... was 27-of-50 for 273 yards and three touchdowns against N.C. State ... also rushed for 26 yards ... completed 25-of-38 passes for 270 yards and two touchdowns in win over Mississippi ... drove the Red Raiders 84 yards in 12 plays for a touchdown late in the fourth quarter to put the game away ... also scored on a two-yard sneak ... was 32-of-49 for 369 yards at SMU ... also threw for three touchdowns ... opened the season 26-of-44 and 341 yards with three touchdown strikes at Ohio State. 2001 - Junior Season All-Big 12 Second Team by the coaches ... Verizon Academic All-District Team ... Associated Press Second-Team All-Big 12 ... capped off record-setting season with 39-of-47 performance against SFA ... threw for 366 yards and five touchdowns in three quarters of work ... also rushed for 32 yards ... completed 23-of-36 passes for 234 yards and a touchdown against Oklahoma ... SBC Big 12 Co-Offensive Player of the Week after turning in fourth 400-yard passing game of career with 440 yards in the air at Oklahoma State ... completed 44-of-56 passes and threw four touchdowns strikes, tying a personal mark ... registered eighth career 300-yard passing game against Texas A&M ... finished the game with 303 yards on 38-of-46 passing ... threw for 245 yards on 27-of-44 passing with two touchdown strikes at Baylor in two and a half quarters ... blasted Nebraska’s top-ranked defense for 353 passing yards and a touchdown ... led the Red Raiders to 31-point performance, most points scored against NU this season also had career-best 25-yard rush ... named SBC Big 12 Player of the Week following Kansas State game ... broke a school record with his third 400-yard passing game against Kansas State with 409 yards on 32-47 passing ... also tied a personal-best with four touchdown passes against the Wildcats ... completed 23-of-37 passes against Kansas for 242 yards ... also threw three touchdown passes before leaving game at conclusion of third quarter with thumb injury ... connected on 40-of-57 passing for 260 yards at Texas ... completed 35-of-46 passes against North Texas for 286 yards and two touchdowns ... had 12-consecutive completions at one points against UNT, including hitting 18-of-19 receivers during a stretch ... threw for 364 yards against New Mexico ... also completed 30-of-49 passes and three touchdowns.


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2000 - Sophomore Season Assumed starting role after making first career start in season finale in 1999 ... threw for 307 yards on 31 completions against ECU in the Galleryfurniture.com Bowl ... also threw for four touchdown passes against the Pirates, including two to Derek Dorris ... started all 12 games during his sophomore campaign ... second in Big 12 and eighth nationally in total offense with 286.4 yards per game ... first in league with 21 TD passes, 3418 yards passing and 3437 total yards ... completed 41-of-61 for 295 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions at Oklahoma ... also ran team-high 11 times for 24 yards versus the Sooners ... went 30-for-43 for 236 yards and three touchdowns versus Oklahoma State ... TD passes were 18 and six yards to Tim Baker, and eight yards to Derek Dorris ... also rushed for one touchdown on QB draw against OSU on season-long run of 22 yards ... completed 28-of-49 for 282 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions against 20th-ranked Texas ... included in total was 39-yard toss to Carlos Francis and 43-yard strike to Wes Welker ... had four touchdown passes, all to Dorris, and completed 32-of-48 for 405 yards and no interceptions at Kansas ... TD passes were 5, 2, 11 and 12 yards versus the Jayhawks ... completed 29-of-60 for 302 yards, two interceptions and one touchdown at 10th-ranked Kansas State ... TD was one-yard strike to Dorris just before halftime ... also had 19-yard run versus Wildcats ... threw for season-low 165 yards on 20-of-37 versus top-ranked Nebraska ... tossed pair of touchdowns and completed 33-of-50 attempts versus Baylor ... TD passes were 14 and 6 yards, both to Dorris ... Baylor contest was his first without an interception this season ... also rushed four times for 42 yards versus the Bears ... completed 28-of-50 for 291 yards and two touchdowns at Texas A&M ... pair of TD passes went to Tim Baker on 13- and 15-yard strikes ... against Louisiana-Lafayette, went 24-for-37 with one touchdown and two interceptions ... scoring toss was two yards, also to Baker ... also rushed nine times for seven yards versus ULL ... completed 42-of-55 for 238 yards with one touchdown and three interceptions versus North Texas ... six-yard TD pass also went to Baker ... rushed seven times for 15 yards against UNT ... set school-record for yards passing in a game versus Utah State, going 34-of-48 for 456 yards and three scores ... Tossed one interception against USU ... scoring tosses were 19 yards to Darrell Jones, five yards to Ricky Williams and 45 yards to Francis ... also had one-yard quarterback sneak for TD versus USU for first Tech touchdown of contest ... completed 21-of-47 for 186 yards, two touchdowns and one interception in lidlifter versus New Mexico ... TD passes were six yards to Ricky Williams and eight yards to Dorris ... named to Academic All-Big 12 First Team ... named to the Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll for fall semester with a 4.0 grade point average. 1999 - Freshman Season Played in six games, starting one ... served in backup role most of season ... started last game of year against Oklahoma due to injury to Rob Peters ... completed 25 of 57 passes for 492 yards and four touchdowns ... had biggest game of career against Oklahoma by completing 9 of 17 pass attempts for 259 yards and three touchdowns ... completed career-best 75 yard pass vs. Sooners ... was 7 of 12 for 102 yards and a touchdown in mopup role at Oklahoma State ... was 5 of 19 for 87 yards after coming off bench against Texas ... also scored one rushing touchdown ... named to Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll. 1998 - Redshirt Season Redshirted ... named to Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll. High School New Braunfels High School in New Braunfels, Texas ... passed for 3,009 yards and 34 touchdowns while leading team to Class 5A Division II semifinals as a senior ... led team to 13-2 record which included six come-from-behind wins ... completed 216 of 341 pass attempts with only eight interceptions as a senior ... named to state “Top 100” by Lubbock Avalanche-Journal ... selected as offensive most valuable player in Texas High School Coaches All-Star Game after leading South team to 48-10 victory ... passed for 116 yards and three touchdowns in all-star game ... San Antonio area offensive player of the year ... also lettered in baseball, basketball and track ... academic all-state choice and graduated third in a class of 450 ... National Honor Society treasurer ... High School Coach: Tim Kingsbury. WWW.TEXASTECH.COM


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SONNY CUMBIE Fourth Season - @SonnyCumbieTTU

ERIC MORRIS First Season - @TTUCoachMorris

Once the quarterback in one of Texas Tech’s biggest bowl wins, Sonny Cumbie begins his fourth season as an assistant coach at his alma mater and his first as cooffensive coordinator.

Eric Morris, a 2008 graduate of Texas Tech, returns to his alma mater where he will coach inside receivers and serve as co-offensive coordinator.

Cumbie gave Red Raider Nation a taste of his play calling ability as he stepped into the role as interim offensive coordinator for the 2012 Meineke Car Care Bowl. The Red Raiders amassed 429 yards of total offense en route to a 34-31 win over Minnesota. In 2012, Cumbie coached a pair of 1,000-yard receivers in Darrin Moore and Eric Ward. The pair of 1,000 yard receivers was the first for Tech since the 2007 season that featured a pair of current NFL receivers Michael Crabtree and Danny Amendola. 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.

During his years 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) No. 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 first playoff victory in franchise history, throwing for 83 touchdowns.

The receiving corp at Washington State hauled in 3,965 yards in the first year of the Air Raid offense in 2012. Cougar receivers hauled in 23 of the team’s 29 total touchdowns scored. In 2011, Houston’s offense led the nation in passing (443.8 ypg), total offense (599.0 ypg) and scoring (50.8 ppg), en route to a 12-1 record including a win over Penn State in the TicketCity Bowl. Prior to Houston, Morris played in the Canadian Football League. He joined the Saskatchewan Roughriders out of training camp in 2009 and dressed for four games while battling a knee injury. Morris lettered at Texas Tech from 2005-2008. As a senior wide receiver, he recorded 10 receptions for 89 yards against Mississippi during his final collegiate game in the Cotton Bowl. A versatile, all-around player, Morris was named to the All-Big 12 Second Team as a punt returner by the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and was a 2007 Academic All-Big 12 Team member. He is one of only four players in NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision history to be a part of multiple receiving trios with each player recording at least 60 receptions in a season. Morris received his bachelor’s degree in communications studies from Texas Tech in 2008. A native of Shallowater, Texas, and a product of Shallowater High, Morris was named the All-South Plains Super Team Offensive Player of the Year as a senior in 2003. That season, he finished with 926 rushing yards and 24 touchdowns while throwing for another 1,926 yards and 22 touchdowns. Morris and his wife, Maggie, reside in Lubbock.

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. They are the proud parents of a son, Grey.

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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.

Morris spent the 2012 season as the inside receivers coach on former Texas Tech Head Coach Mike Leach’s staff at Washington State. Prior to heading to Pullman, Morris spent two years on Kevin Sumlin’s staff at the University of Houston, as an offensive graduate assistant and as the offensive quality control assistant in 2010.


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DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR MATT WALLERSTEDT First Season

MIKE SMITH First Season

Matt Wallerstedt joins the Red Raiders as defensive coordinator after a one-year stop at Texas A&M.

Mike Smith, a 2004 graduate of Texas Tech, joins his alma mater from the NFL’s New York Jets and will coach outside linebackers and serve as co-defensive coordinator.

A defensive coordinator in three previous coaching stints, former Kansas State All-American Matt Wallerstedt spent the 2012 season as the linebackers coach at Texas A&M. While at A&M, Wallerstedt worked along side offensive coordinator and now Texas Tech Head Coach Kliff Kingsbury. In his first season at A&M, Wallerstedt helped the Aggies to an 11-2 season and a win over Oklahoma in the AT&T Cotton Bowl. Wallerstedt moved to Texas A&M from the U.S. Air Force Academy where he served under Falcons head coach Troy Calhoun for four seasons. He coordinated the Falcons’ defense and was the associate head coach the past two seasons after coaching the inside linebackers and serving as assistant head coach in 2008-09. Air Force faced Sumlin’s Houston Cougars twice in bowl games during Wallerstedt’s time in Colorado Springs. Prior to his time at Air Force, Wallerstedt coached the linebackers at his alma mater for two seasons (2006-07), while also serving the special teams coordinator and recruiting coordinator for the Wildcats. He began his coaching career in 1988 as a student assistant at Kansas State and served two years as a graduate assistant at Arizona State before taking a break from coaching and entering private business. His first full-time coaching position came at Fort Hays State for two years as a defensive line coach. From Fort Hays State he went to Emporia State for one year as a defensive backs coach and then landed at the University of Wyoming for six seasons working with the defensive line and inside linebackers. He was promoted to the Cowboys’ defensive coordinator for the 2000-02 seasons. Wallerstedt spent one year at North Alabama as the defensive coordinator and two years at Akron as associate head coach/special teams/ inside linebackers coach. A 1984 high school graduate from Manhattan High School in Kansas, Wallerstedt was a four-year letterman at Kansas State leading the Wildcats in tackles as a junior and senior and earning honorable mention All-America honors as a linebacker for KSU in 1987. Wallerstedt earned his bachelor’s degree in business management from Kansas State in 1988, and a master’s degree in athletic administration from Fort Hays State in 1995. Wallerstedt is married to the former Josie Lewis of Lawrence, Kansas, and the couple has a son named Cal.

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as a coaching intern with the Jets.

Smith returns to his alma mater after spending one season as the outside linebackers coach and two years

In 2012, Smith’s linebackers recorded nine of the team’s 30 sacks while Calvin Pace finished seventh on the team with 55 total tackles. Under his guidance in 2011, free agent acquisition Aaron Maybin led the team with six sacks and four forced fumbles in only 13 games of action. Prior to his time with the Jets, Smith was the linebackers coach for the University of Hawaii for one season. Smith, a product of Lubbock Coronado High School, enjoyed a stellar career at Texas Tech in which he made 45 career starts and played in 50 games. Smith’s career culminated with an upset victory over then No. 4 California in the Holiday Bowl in his senior season. As a senior, he led the Red Raiders with 83 total tackles and earned All-Big 12 honorable mention accolades. He was drafted by the Baltimore Ravens and played two seasons (2005-2006) before his career was cut short by injuries. He is married to the former Emily Fitzpatrick.


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CORNERBACKS

SAFETIES KEVIN CURTIS First Season

TREY HAVERTY First Season - @TreyHaverty

Kevin Curtis, a 2002 graduate of Texas Tech, begins his first season as the cornerbacks coach at his alma mater.

Trey Haverty, a 2004 graduate of Texas Tech, returns to his alma mater where he was an All-American receiver and will coach safeties and serve as the special teams coordinator.

Curtis joins the Texas Tech staff after spending three seasons as the cornerbacks coach under Sonny Dykes at Louisiana Tech. In 2012, Curtis was part of one of the best teams ever fielded at Louisiana Tech as the Bulldogs compiled a 9-3 overall record and earned its highest-ever national ranking at No. 22. His cornerbacks had anything but a “sophomore slump” in their second year under his direction (2011) as Louisiana Tech’s defense ranked third in the nation in both interceptions and pick-sixes. The highlight of those interceptions - and the kick-start to winning at Utah State - was Terry Carter’s 22-yard interception return for a touchdown. In his first season, the Bulldogs tallied 12 interceptions as Ryan Williams led the Tech cornerbacks with two. Curtis joined the LA Tech staff in 2010 after serving two years at Navarro Junior College where he coached the secondary.

Curtis was a two-time All-American and three-time All-Big 12 safety at Texas Tech, playing for the Red Raiders when Dykes was on the Texas Tech staff. After a successful collegiate career, Curtis was drafted in the fourth round of the NFL Draft by the San Francisco 49ers, where he spent three seasons. After one year with the Houston Texans, Curtis played two years as the team captain for the Cologne Centurions of NFL Europe before returning to the United States to coach.

In his first season as receivers coach, Haverty played a lead role in guiding the Horned Frogs through their inaugural season as members of the Big 12 Conference. He tutored All-Big 12 Honorable Mention selection Josh Boyce, who led the Horned Frogs with 891 yards and seven touchdowns. Haverty served as a Horned Frogs’ graduate assistant from 2007-09. He spent one season as the defensive coordinator at Millsaps College in 2010. As safeties coach in 2011, Haverty mentored Tekerrein Cuba into a second-team All-Mountain West selection, while redshirt freshman Jonathan Anderson had 17 tackles against BYU for the most stops by a Horned Frog player in a game since 2004. During Haverty’s time as a defensive graduate assistant at TCU, the Horned Frogs led the nation in total defense twice (2008-09). TCU was 23-3 in Haverty’s final two seasons as a graduate assistant. The 2009 campaign saw the Horned Frogs make their first BCS appearance with a trip to the Fiesta Bowl. Haverty first arrived at TCU after serving as wide receivers coach at Cisco Junior College in 2006. His first coaching position was at Midlothian High School in 2005. During his playing days, Haverty was an All-America wide receiver at Texas Tech. As a senior for the Red Raiders in 2004, Haverty led the Big 12 in receptions (77) while placing second in receiving yards (1,019). He was a second-team All-American by Sports Illustrated and a third-team Associated Press pick. In his final collegiate game, he had eight receptions for 147 yards in a 45-31 Holiday Bowl victory over California. Haverty had 110 receptions for 1,326 yards and seven touchdowns in his Texas Tech career (2001-04). Haverty and his wife, Christy, were married in the summer of 2011.

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While at Navarro, Curtis’ teams went 21-2, won two conference championships and were the 2009 C.H.A.M.P.S. Heart of Texas Bowl champions. Curtis’ teams were ranked first in the country in interceptions and had five all-conference honorees while he recruited the Dallas/ Fort Worth Metroplex and West Texas areas.

Haverty recently completed his fifth year overall at TCU and his first as the wide receivers coach. He was the safeties coach in 2011.


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RUNNING BACKS LEE HAYS First Season - @LeeHays

MIKE JINKS First Season - @MikeWho_TTU

Lee Hays begins his second coaching stint alongside Kliff Kingsbury and his first as offensive line coach at Texas Tech.

Mike Jinks begins his first season at Texas Tech where he will be in charge of a talented crop of running backs.

Hays returns to the familiarity of West Texas where he spent three seasons running the spread offense at West Texas A&M University. He comes to Lubbock from Houston where he just completed his second stint at the University of Houston in 2012. The Del Rio, Texas, native served as the assistant offensive line coach for the Cougars in 2010 and enjoyed successful offensive coordinator stints at Tarleton State (2011), Baylor (2006-07) and West Texas A&M (2003-05). At each of those stops his programs annually produced some of college football’s top offensive outputs, running the highly-successful “Air Raid”, which is currently run by the Houston Cougars. It was that work with UH’s young offensive linemen in 2010 that helped three first-year starters, Kevin Forsch (Honorable Mention All-C-USA), Ty Cloud and Rowdy Harper (Conference USA All-Freshman Team) make the transition to starters in 2011. Widely respected for his work along the offensive line, Hays has coached five All-Americans, 26 First-Team All-Conference players, three conference offensive Linemen of the Year award winners, one Dave Rimington Award winner and two NFL Draft picks. His coaching tenure has also helped produce five conference championship teams and six NCAA Division II playoff entrants. Hays’ background includes a near-decade stint with the United States Marine Corps’ 4th Reconnaissance Battalion (1987-96). He rose to the rank of staff sergeant and completed the Marine Corps’ Sniper School. He served as a staff noncommissioned officer and as a recon marine during his military career. Before he entered the Marines, Hays played defensive end and linebacker at Cisco Junior College for two years, then spent one year at Abilene Christian. He then returned to football and earned his bachelor’s degree from Texas A&M-Kingsville in 1996 and his master’s degree from West Texas A&M University in 2004. From 2003-05, Hays was the architect of West Texas A&M’s high-octane spread offenses utilizing the Air Raid attack. West Texas A&M enjoyed its most successful season in 55 years in 2005, largely due to the success of Hays’ offensive creativity. The Buffaloes went 10-2 to record their first winning season since 1998 (the program had won a combined seven games in the previous four years) and post the school’s first 10-win campaign since 1950. Along the way, WTAMU won the Lone Star Conference title with an 8-1 record, its first league championship since 1986, and advanced to the NCAA Division II Playoffs for the first time in school history where it lost in the quarterfinals. The 2005 Buffalo offense led the NCAA Division II ranks in passing offense at 363.8 yards per game, while ranking No. 7 in scoring offense (40.3 ppg) and No. 9 in total offense (477.3 ypg). His 2005 offense set school records for completion percentage (.669) and total yards per attempt (6.9 ypa). He then spent two years at Baylor, with BU averaging 23.6 points per game, the team’s best mark since 1996. The spread attack also allowed Baylor to break almost every school singlegame and season passing record. The Bears were third in the Big 12 and No. 11 nationally in passing yards per game (275.0). Hays spent one season at Tarleton State, where the team averaged 32.1 points and nearly 400 yards of offense per game (391.9). Tarleton was one of the most improved teams in NCAA Division II this year, doubling its win total from 3-8 in 2010 to 6-5 in 2011. The offensive output was also a huge benefactor of Hays’ experience. Tarleton averaged just 21.5 points per game the year before his arrival. Hays and his wife, Roxanne, have a daughter, Shanlee, and a son, Cade.

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One of the top high school coaches in the state of Texas, Mike Jinks makes his first move to the collegiate ranks under first year head coach Kliff Kingsbury. Jinks joins the Texas Tech program after a highly successful tenure at Steele High School in Cibolo, a suburb of San Antonio. Jinks was the first head coach at Steele when the school opened its doors back in 2005 and it didn’t take long for him to mold the program into a state powerhouse. While at Steele, he compiled a 76-18 overall record and an impressive 43-4 mark in his final three seasons. He led the Knights to the 2010 Class 5A Division II State Championship and to the state finals again in 2011. His highly successful career (79-25 record) in Cibolo led to him to receiving the honor of coaching the West Team in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl in January 2013. After serving as a high school assistant coach and offensive coordinator at five different schools, Jinks earned his first head coaching job at Burbank High School in 2005. Jinks was a two-year starting quarterback at Angelo State University where he earned his degree in Kinesiology.


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STRENGTH & CONDITIONING JOHN SCOTT JR. Third Season - @JScott_TTU

CHAD DENNIS First Season

John Scott Jr. begins his first season at Texas Tech where he will coach the defensive line under defensive coordinator Matt Wallerstedt.

Chad Dennis begins his first season at Texas Tech as the head strength and conditioning coach for Red Raider Football.

He joins the Red Raiders after spending the last three seasons as special teams coordinator and defensive line

Dennis joins the Red Raiders after one year at Texas A&M where he served as an assistant strength and conditioning coach under Larry Jackson. While with the Aggies in 2012, he played a key role in A&M’s 11-2 season and win in the AT&T Cotton Bowl.

During his time in Statesboro, Scott Jr., was part of three Georgia Southern teams that advanced to the semifinals of the FCS (Football Championship Subdivision) Playoffs and mentored two All-Americans. Brent Russell, the career sack leader at Georgia Southern, was named an All-American each of his three seasons under Scott Jr.’s guidance.

Dennis returned to Aggieland in 2012 after spending the seven previous seasons as the Assistant Director of Sports Performance at the University of Houston and the 2005-06 campaign at the University of Connecticut.

In 2011, Russell anchored a defensive line, which also featured All-American Roderick Tinsley and All-SoCon selection John Douglas. Those two players combined for 158 tackles, 35 tackles for loss and 13.5 sacks.

In his first stint in College Station, from 2002-05, Dennis worked with the Aggies’ football and men’s and women’s basketball teams while also overseeing the three-time national champion A&M equestrian team.

In 2010 Russell, who was a finalist for the Buck Buchanan Award for the nation’s top defensive player at the Championship Subdivision level, earned All-America accolades from numerous entities as well as first-team All-SoCon defensive honors.

Before arriving in College Station, Dennis worked at Westfield High School in Spring, Texas, from 2000-02, where he served as an assistant football coach and directed the team’s strength and conditioning program. Dennis spent the six years prior to that appointment working as a physical therapy technician at several occupational health care facilities.

The second-team All-Southern Conference pick at defensive end in 1998, Scott Jr. registered 17 tackles for loss and in 1997, he had 59 tackles, tops among defensive linemen, in addition to 11 tackles for loss. His total of 31 tackles for a loss ranks 10th all time in Western Carolina history.

A native of Baytown, Texas, Dennis graduated from the University of Texas in 1993, with a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology. He earned a master’s degree in kinesiology from Texas A&M in 2005. Dennis is certified by both the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and College Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (CSCCA). While an undergraduate at UT, Dennis was a member of the football team. He played tight end for his first two seasons but, hampered by injuries, spent his final two seasons in Austin working as a student assistant strength and conditioning coach. Dennis and his wife, Melynda, have a son, Coleman.

After earning his bachelor’s degree in communications from Western Carolina, Scott Jr. played three years of professional football, including two years with the Greensboro (N.C.) Prowlers of the Arena Football League 2. He was selected the team’s Defensive Player of the Year in 2000. While in North Carolina in 2001, Scott Jr. gained coaching experience at the high school level as defensive line coach at Lexington, N.C.’s West Davidson High School. Scott Jr. then went to Louisiana-Lafayette as a graduate assistant for two years, serving as a defensive line graduate assistant. As defensive line coach at Norfolk State for the 2005 season, Scott Jr. helped the Spartans achieve a No. 12 national ranking in passing defense. That season, Norfolk State allowed just over 158 yards per game. The Greer, S.C., native attended the NCAA’s Minority Coaches Academy in 2008 after being selected from a pool of 400 applicants. Scott Jr. completed his master’s degree in education at Louisiana-Lafayette in 2006. He and his wife, Stephanie, also a graduate of WCU, are the parents of a son, John III, and daughter, Juliette.

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Scott Jr. was named defensive line coach on the Eagles staff in January 2010 after four seasons coaching outside linebackers at Missouri State and three years on the football staff at Western Carolina. A 2000 graduate of Western Carolina and four-year Catamount letterman, Scott returned to coach at his alma mater in 2006. Scott was the defensive ends and outside linebackers coach for two seasons (2006-07) and defensive line coach for one (2008).


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Danielle Bartelstein Director of Football Relations

Kenny Bell Chief of Staff

Benny Conger Assistant Equipment Manager

Stephen Hamby Graduate Assistant

Jeff Jones Manager/FTF

Trevor Kana Assistant Strength Coach

Kevin Kilmer Graduate Assistant

Tommy McVay Director of Football Operations

Kevin Oliver Graduate Assistant

Scott Parr Director of Player Personnel

Steve Pincock Assistant Athletic Trainer

Zane Perry Head Equipment Manager

David Raih Director of High School Relations

Jordan Seawright Assistant Equipment Manager

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2012 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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2012 SEASON RESULTS (8-5, 4-5 BIG 12) Date Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 24 Dec. 28

Opponent Location Result Northwestern State Lubbock, Texas W, 44-6 at Texas State San Marcos, Texas W, 58-10 New Mexico Lubbock, Texas W, 49-14 at Iowa State Ames, Iowa W, 24-13 #14 Oklahoma Lubbock, Texas L, 20-41 #4 West Virginia Lubbock, Texas W, 49-14 at #21 TCU Fort Worth, Texas W, 56-53 (3OT) at #4 Kansas State Manhattan, Kan. L, 24-55 #22 Texas Lubbock, Texas L, 22-31 Kansas Lubbock, Texas W, 41-34 (2OT) at #24 Oklahoma State Stillwater, Okla. L, 21-59 vs. Baylor Arlington, Texas L, 45-52 (OT) Minnesota (Meineke Car Care Bowl) Houston, Texas W, 34-31

TV Attendance FSSWP 50,236 ESPN3 33,006 FCS 58,955 FCS 54,149 ABC/ESPN2 60,800 ABC/ESPN 57,328 ABC/ESPN2 47,894 FOX 50,766 ABC/ESPN2 60,879 FSN 55,052 FSN 55,341 FOX 44,168 ESPN 50,386

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G Williams, Kenny________________ 13___ 143____ 859____ 35____ 824____ 5.8_____5____ 47___63.4 Stephens, Eric_________________ 13____ 89____ 489_____ 9____ 480____ 5.4_____5____ 46___36.9 Foster, SaDale_________________ 13____ 91____ 478____ 27____ 451____ 5.0_____3____ 53___34.7 Doege, Seth__________________ 13____ 48____ 190___ 131_____59____ 1.2_____2____ 23___ 4.5 Brewer, Michael_________________ 9_____9_____ 40____ 20_____20____ 2.2_____0____ 12___ 2.2 Grant, Jakeem_________________ 13_____8_____ 25_____ 6_____19____ 2.4_____0____ 14___ 1.5 Ward, Eric___________________ 12_____2______ 6_____ 0_____ 6____ 3.0_____0_____ 6___ 0.5 Zouzalik, Aust._________________ 13_____1______ 2_____ 0_____ 2____ 2.0_____0_____ 2___ 0.2 Bell, Javon____________________ 4_____1______ 0_____ 5_____ -5____ -5.0_____0_____ 0___ -1.2 TEAM_______________________ 5_____7______ 0____ 37____ -37____ -5.3_____0_____ 0___ -7.4 Total______________________ 13___ 399___ 2089___ 270___ 1819____ 4.6____ 15____ 53__139.9 Opponents__________________ 13___ 522___ 2551___ 272___ 2279____ 4.4____ 20____ 69__175.3 PASSING G Effic Att-Cmp-Int Pct Yds TD Lng Avg/G Doege, Seth__________________ 13___ 153.40___ 380-541-16___ 70.2___ 4205____39____ 61__ 323.5 Brewer, Michael_________________ 9___ 163.96______34-48-0___ 70.8____ 375____ 4____ 36___41.7 Costilla, B.____________________ 1___ 217.60_______ 1-1-0__ 100.0_____14____ 0____ 14___14.0 TEAM_______________________ 5____ 0.00_______ 0-1-0____ 0.0_____ 0____ 0_____ 0___ 0.0 Marquez, Brad__________________ 6___ 108.40_______ 1-1-0__ 100.0_____ 1____ 0_____ 1___ 0.2 Zouzalik, Aust._________________ 13___ 343.60_______ 1-1-0__ 100.0_____29____ 0____ 29___ 2.2 Stephens, Eric_________________ 13___ 455.20_______ 1-1-0__ 100.0_____ 3____ 1_____ 3___ 0.2 Johnson, D.J.__________________ 13____ 0.00_______ 0-1-0____ 0.0_____ 0____ 0_____ 0___ 0.0 Total______________________ 13__ 154.60___ 418-595-16___ 70.3___ 4627____44____ 61__355.9 Opponents__________________ 13__ 130.10____ 200-366-8___ 54.6___ 2496____25____ 75__192.0 RECEIVING G No. Yds Avg TD Long Avg/G Moore, Darrin_______________________________ 12_____92__ 1032___ 11.2__ 13_____57____86.0 Ward, Eric_________________________________ 12_____82__ 1053___ 12.8__ 12_____39____87.8 Williams, Tyson______________________________ 12_____35___ 352___ 10.1___ 2_____35____29.3 Grant, Jakeem_______________________________ 13_____33___ 287____ 8.7___ 3_____42____22.1 Amaro, Jace_________________________________7_____25___ 409___ 16.4___ 4_____61____58.4 Torres, Alex_________________________________ 10_____21___ 228___ 10.9___ 3_____30____22.8 Zouzalik, Aust._______________________________ 13_____19___ 223___ 11.7___ 0_____22____17.2 Foster, SaDale_______________________________ 13_____18____88____ 4.9___ 0_____22____ 6.8 Bell, Javon__________________________________4_____17___ 269___ 15.8___ 1_____47____67.2 Marquez, Brad________________________________6_____16___ 172___ 10.8___ 0_____23____28.7 Williams, Kenny______________________________ 13_____16___ 163___ 10.2___ 1_____24____12.5 Stephens, Eric_______________________________ 13_____16____79____ 4.9___ 1_____15____ 6.1 Kennard, Marcus______________________________9_____ 9____99___ 11.0___ 3_____18____11.0 Davis, Jordan_______________________________ 13_____ 7____58____ 8.3___ 0_____14____ 4.5 Edwards, Der.________________________________6_____ 6____58____ 9.7___ 1_____13____ 9.7 Ontiveros, Omar_______________________________8_____ 3____24____ 8.0___ 0_____19____ 3.0 Doege, Seth________________________________ 13_____ 2____30___ 15.0___ 0_____29____ 2.3 McRoy, Javares_______________________________1_____ 1____ 3____ 3.0___ 0_____ 3____ 3.0 Total____________________________________ 13____ 418__ 4627___ 11.1__ 44____ 61___355.9 Opponents________________________________ 13____ 200__ 2496___ 12.5__ 25____ 75___192.0

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SCORING________________ 487______ 413 Points Per Game___________ 37.5______ 31.8 FIRST DOWNS_____________ 349______ 263 Rushing________________ 114_______133 Passing________________ 208_______111 Penalty_________________ 27_______ 19 RUSHING YARDAGE________ 1819______2279 Yards gained rushing________2089______ 2551 Yards lost rushing__________ 270_______272 Rushing Attempts__________ 399_______522 Average Per Rush___________ 4.6_______ 4.4 Average Per Game_________ 139.9_____ 175.3 TDs Rushing______________ 15_______ 20 PASSING YARDAGE_________ 4627______2496 Comp-Att-Int________ 418-595-16__ 200-366-8 Average Per Pass____________ 7.8_______ 6.8 Average Per Catch__________ 11.1______ 12.5 Average Per Game_________ 355.9_____ 192.0 TDs Passing_______________ 44_______ 25 TOTAL OFFENSE___________ 6446______4775 Total Plays______________ 994_______888 Average Per Play____________ 6.5_______ 5.4 Average Per Game_________ 495.8_____ 367.3 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards______ 35-812____53-1129 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards_____ 17-176____ 12-142 INT RETURNS: #-Yards_______ 8-200____ 16-348 KICK RETURN AVERAGE________ 23.2______ 21.3 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE_______ 10.4______ 11.8 INT RETURN AVERAGE________ 25.0______ 21.8 FUMBLES-LOST____________ 14-8______ 14-3 PENALTIES-YARDS_______ 100-981____ 72-689 Average Per Game__________ 75.5______ 53.0 PUNTS-YARDS___________42-1667____57-2425 Average Per Punt__________ 39.7______ 42.5 Net punt average__________ 35.4______ 38.4 TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME___ 30:14_____ 29:46 3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS___ 86/175____ 76/188 3rd-Down Pct____________ 49%______ 40% 4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS____ 10/16_____ 10/21 4th-Down Pct____________ 62%______ 48% SACKS BY-Yards__________ 19-125____ 19-142 MISC YARDS________________ 0________ 1 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED_________ 62_______ 51 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS______ 18-25_____ 19-25 ON-SIDE KICKS______________3-3_______ 0-1 RED-ZONE SCORES_____ (59-68) 87%_ (47-54) 87% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS_ (45-68) 66%_ (34-54) 63% PAT-ATTEMPTS_______ (59-59) 100%_ (50-51) 98% ATTENDANCE___________ 343251____ 241156 Games/Avg Per Game______6/57208____5/48231 Neutral Site Games________________2/47277


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PUNTING No. Yds Avg Long TB FC I20 Blkd Erxleben, Ryan______________________ 40____ 1667____41.7_____60_____2____ 15____ 8_____2 TEAM_____________________________2_______ 0____ 0.0_____ 0_____0_____ 0____ 0_____0 Total____________________________ 42____ 1667____39.7_____60____ 2____ 15____ 8____ 2 Opponents________________________ 57____ 2425____42.5_____71____ 3____ 17____16____ 0 KICKOFFS No. Yds Avg TB OB Retn Net YdLn Fyfe, Kramer _______________________ 79____ 4694____59.4_____29_____0______ Bowman, Andrew _____________________4_____ 255____63.8_____ 0_____0______ Total____________________________ 83____ 4949____59.6_____29____ 0__ 1129__ 37.3____27 Opponents________________________ 77____ 4744____61.6_____40____ 0___ 812__ 38.1____26 SCORING TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Points Bustin, Ryan___________________ 0__ 17-24___ 59-59____0-0_____ 0____ 0-0_____0_____ 0___ 110 Moore, Darrin_________________ 13___ 0-0_____0-0____0-0_____ 1____ 0-0_____0_____ 0____80 Ward, Eric___________________ 12___ 0-0_____0-0____0-0_____ 0____ 0-0_____0_____ 0____72 Stephens, Eric__________________ 6___ 0-0_____0-0____0-0_____ 0____ 0-0_____0_____ 0____36 Williams, Kenny_________________ 6___ 0-0_____0-0____0-0_____ 0____ 0-0_____0_____ 0____36 Grant, Jakeem__________________ 5___ 0-0_____0-0____0-0_____ 0____ 0-0_____0_____ 0____30 Amaro, Jace___________________ 4___ 0-0_____0-0____0-0_____ 0____ 0-0_____0_____ 0____24 Foster, SaDale__________________ 3___ 0-0_____0-0____0-0_____ 0____ 0-0_____0_____ 0____18 Torres, Alex____________________ 3___ 0-0_____0-0____0-0_____ 0____ 0-0_____0_____ 0____18 Kennard, Marcus________________ 3___ 0-0_____0-0____0-0_____ 0____ 0-0_____0_____ 0____18 Doege, Seth___________________ 2___ 0-0_____0-0____0-0_____ 0____ 1-2_____0_____ 0____12 Williams, Tyson_________________ 2___ 0-0_____0-0____0-0_____ 0____ 0-0_____0_____ 0____12 Bell, Javon____________________ 1___ 0-0_____0-0____0-0_____ 0____ 0-0_____0_____ 0____ 6 Davis, Cody____________________ 1___ 0-0_____0-0____0-0_____ 0____ 0-0_____0_____ 0____ 6 Edwards, Der.__________________ 1___ 0-0_____0-0____0-0_____ 0____ 0-0_____0_____ 0____ 6 Bowman, Andrew_______________ 0___ 1-1_____0-0____0-0_____ 0____ 0-0_____0_____ 0____ 3 Total______________________ 62__18-25___ 59-59___ 0-0_____ 1____ 1-2_____0_____ 0___487 Opponents__________________ 51__19-25___ 50-51___ 0-0_____ 0____ 0-0_____0_____ 0___413

FIELD GOALS Bustin, Ryan Bowman, Andrew

FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk 17-24 70.8 0-0 6-7 8-10 2-5 1-2 50 3 1-1 100.0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 21 0

FG SEQUENCE TEXAS TECH OPPONENTS Northwestern State______________ (31),(36),(37)______________ 38,(47),(46) Texas State___________________ (38),(50),(21)___________________ (38) New Mexico_________________________ 39_____________________ Iowa State_______________________ 41,(39)____________________ 49 Oklahoma______________________ (35),(43)________________ (33),(42) West Virginia_________________________ 41_____________________ TCU_______________________________ -____ (32),(41),(32),(45),(42),(38) Kansas State______________________ (37),50________________ (34),(19) Texas____________________ (29),(41),(33),23___________________ (42) Kansas______________________ (29),(27),41________________ (22),(32) Oklahoma State________________________ -_________________ (51),42 Baylor____________________________ (29)_____________ 42,37,(22),48 Minnesota____________________ (28),38,(28)___________________ (41) Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.

PUNT RET Zouzalik, Aust.____ Total_________ Opponents_____

No. Yds Avg TD Long 17___ 176____ 10.4___ 0___ 27 17___176____ 10.4___ 0___ 27 12___142____ 11.8___ 1___ 30

INTERCEPTIONS Davis, Cody______ Johnson, D.J._____ Douglas, Corne.___ Reynolds, Jere.___ Total_________ Opponents_____

No. Yds Avg TD Long 3_____88____ 29.3___ 1___ 88 2_____54____ 27.0___ 0___ 39 2_____40____ 20.0___ 0___ 40 1_____18____ 18.0___ 0___ 18 8____200____ 25.0___ 1___ 88 16___348____ 21.8___ 4___ 87

KICK RET Foster, SaDale____ Stephens, Eric____ Grant, Jakeem____ Bell, Javon______ Wright, Cameron__ Marquez, Brad____ Total_________ Opponents_____

No. Yds Avg TD Long 18___ 392____ 21.8___ 0___ 40 6_____85____ 14.2___ 0___ 21 6____ 237____ 39.5___ 2___ 99 3_____69____ 23.0___ 0___ 29 1_____ 7____ 7.0____ 0____ 7 1_____22____ 22.0___ 0___ 22 35___812____ 23.2___ 2___ 99 53__ 1129____ 21.3___ 1___ 98

FUMBLE RET Hyder, Kerry_____ Total_________ Opponents_____

No. Yds Avg TD Long 1_____ 2____ 2.0____ 0____ 2 1_____ 2____ 2.0____ 0____ 2 3____ 82____ 27.3___ 0___ 56

CONVERSIONS Third Down 1 2 3 4 OT Total Texas Tech 26-42 28-50 9-34 22-47 1-2 86-175 Opponents 18-44 22-49 19-47 16-45 1-3 76-188 Fourth Down 1 2 3 4 OT Total Texas Tech 3-4 2-3 2-3 3-5 0-1 10-16 Opponents 2-3 2-4 4-9 2-4 0-1 10-21 TURNOVERS Takeaways – 10 (8 Ints, 2 Fumble Recoveries) Turnovers – 24 Points Off Turnovers – Tech: 37 Opponents: 79 Points Off Turnovers/Game – Texas Tech: 2.9 Opponents: 6.1 RED ZONE Texas Tech Red Zone Entries – 59 of 68 ( 86.8%) Scores – 59 (45 TDs, 12 Rush TDs, 33 Pass TDs 14 FGs) Non-Scores – 9 (1 HALF, 3 DOWNS, 2 FUMBLE, 2 MFG, 1 INT) Opponent Red Zone Entries – 47 of 54 (87%) Scores – 47 (34 TDs, 19 Rush TDs 15 Pass TDs 13 FGs) Non-Scores – 7 (0 FUM. 4 DOWNS, 3 MFG) KICKOFFS Kickoffs – 83 Touchbacks – 29 Opponent Kickoff Returns – 53 for 1129 yards (21.3) Out of Bounds – 0

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TOTAL OFFENSE G Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G Doege, Seth____________________________________ 13____ 589_____ 59__ 4205___4264__328.0 Williams, Kenny__________________________________ 13____ 143____ 824_____0___ 824__ 63.4 Stephens, Eric___________________________________ 13_____90____ 480_____3___ 483__ 37.2 Foster, SaDale___________________________________ 13_____91____ 451_____0___ 451__ 34.7 Brewer, Michael___________________________________ 9_____57_____ 20___ 375___ 395__ 43.9 Zouzalik, Aust.___________________________________ 13_____ 2______2____ 29____ 31___ 2.4 Grant, Jakeem___________________________________ 13_____ 8_____ 19_____0____ 19___ 1.5 Costilla, B.______________________________________ 1_____ 1______0____ 14____ 14__ 14.0 Ward, Eric_____________________________________ 12_____ 2______6_____0_____ 6___ 0.5 Marquez, Brad____________________________________ 6_____ 1______0_____1_____ 1___ 0.2 Bell, Javon______________________________________ 4_____ 1_____ -5_____0____ -5___-1.2 TEAM_________________________________________ 5_____ 8____ -37_____0____-37___-7.4 Total________________________________________ 13____994___ 1819__ 4627__ 6446_ 495.8 Opponents____________________________________ 13____888___ 2279__ 2496__ 4775_ 367.3

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ALL PURPOSE G Rush Rec PR KOR IR Tot Avg/G Ward, Eric_________________________ 12______ 6___1053_____ 0______0_____0___1059__ 88.2 Moore, Darrin_______________________ 12______ 0___1032_____ 0______0_____0___1032__ 86.0 Williams, Kenny______________________ 13____ 824___ 163_____ 0______0_____0___ 987__ 75.9 Foster, SaDale_______________________ 13____ 451____ 88_____ 0____ 392_____0___ 931__ 71.6 Stephens, Eric_______________________ 13____ 480____ 79_____ 0_____ 85_____0___ 644__ 49.5 Grant, Jakeem_______________________ 13_____ 19___ 287_____ 0____ 237_____0___ 543__ 41.8 Amaro, Jace_________________________7______ 0___ 409_____ 0______0_____0___ 409__ 58.4 Zouzalik, Aust._______________________ 13______ 2___ 223____ 176______0_____0___ 401__ 30.8 Williams, Tyson______________________ 12______ 0___ 352_____ 0______0_____0___ 352__ 29.3 Bell, Javon__________________________4_____ -5___ 269_____ 0_____ 69_____0___ 333__ 83.2 Torres, Alex_________________________ 10______ 0___ 228_____ 0______0_____0___ 228__ 22.8 Marquez, Brad________________________6______ 0___ 172_____ 0_____ 22_____0___ 194__ 32.3 Kennard, Marcus______________________9______ 0____ 99_____ 0______0_____0____ 99__ 11.0 Doege, Seth________________________ 13_____ 59____ 30_____ 0______0_____0____ 89___ 6.8 Davis, Cody_________________________ 13______ 0_____ 0_____ 0______0____ 88____ 88___ 6.8 Davis, Jordan_______________________ 13______ 0____ 58_____ 0______0_____0____ 58___ 4.5 Edwards, Der.________________________6______ 0____ 58_____ 0______0_____0____ 58___ 9.7 Johnson, D.J.________________________ 13______ 0_____ 0_____ 0______0____ 54____ 54___ 4.2 Douglas, Corne._______________________6______ 0_____ 0_____ 0______0____ 40____ 40___ 6.7 Ontiveros, Omar_______________________8______ 0____ 24_____ 0______0_____0____ 24___ 3.0 Brewer, Michael_______________________9_____ 20_____ 0_____ 0______0_____0____ 20___ 2.2 Reynolds, Jere._______________________3______ 0_____ 0_____ 0______0____ 18____ 18___ 6.0 Wright, Cameron_____________________ 12______ 0_____ 0_____ 0______7_____0_____ 7___ 0.6 McRoy, Javares_______________________1______ 0_____ 3_____ 0______0_____0_____ 3___ 3.0 TEAM_____________________________5_____-37_____ 0_____ 0______0_____0____-37___-7.4 Total____________________________ 13___ 1819__ 4627____176____ 812___ 200__ 7634_ 587.2 Opponents________________________ 13___ 2279__ 2496____142___ 1129___ 348__ 6394_ 491.8

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|-------Tackles-------| |-Sacks-| |---Pass Def---| |-Fumbles-| Blkd DEFENSE GP UA AS Tot TFL/Yds No-Yds Int-Yds BrUp QBH Rv-Yds FF Kk Saf 16 Davis, Cody_____________________________ 13 84 17 101 3.5-8 . 3-88 7 1 . . . . 12 Johnson, D.J.____________________________ 13 69 21 90 2.0-13 1-8 2-54 5 . . . . . 91 Hyder, Kerry____________________________ 13 42 14 56 14.0-47 6-29 . 4 . 1-2 . . . 7A Smith, Will_____________________________ 13 34 21 55 1.5-6 . . . 3 . . . . 13 Eguavoen, Sam__________________________ 13 37 15 52 1.5-1 . . . . . . . . 54 Bush, Dartwan__________________________ 13 33 8 41 12.0-48 6-37 . . 5 . . . . 31 Neboh, Eugene__________________________ 13 34 7 41 . . . 12 . . . . . 25 Dees, Blake____________________________ 13 28 7 35 2.0-6 . . . . . . . . 2D Jones, Bruce____________________________ 13 27 4 31 2.0-10 . . 7 . . . . . 5 Porter, Tre’_____________________________ 11 22 8 30 1.0-1 . . 2 . . . . . 43 Richards, Jack.___________________________ 13 23 6 29 3.5-8 . . 2 . . . . . 8A Simmons, Delvon_________________________ 13 13 14 27 6.0-16 2-9 . 2 1 . . . . 96 Wesley, Dennell__________________________ 12 13 8 21 5.5-20 2-13 . . . . . . . 10 Robertson, Pete__________________________ 12 16 4 20 1.5-15 2-15 . . . . 1 . . 1A Bullitt, Terr.____________________________ 10 14 5 19 2.0-5 1-2 . 2 3 . . . . 9 Jackson, Bran.___________________________ 13 17 2 19 . . . 1 . . 1 . . 2 Douglas, Corne.___________________________ 6 16 1 17 4.0-14 . 2-40 . . . . . . 27 Winbush, Zach__________________________ 12 10 3 13 1.5-4 . . . 1 . . . . 8B Awe, Micah____________________________ 13 8 5 13 0.5-2 . . . . . . . . 2E Phillips, Jarv.___________________________ 10 11 1 12 . . . 2 . . . . . 41 Gaines, J.J._____________________________ 13 7 2 9 . . . . . . . . . 2A Mays, Derrick___________________________ 11 6 2 8 . . . 1 . . . . . 29 Falemi, Ola_____________________________ 12 5 3 8 . . . . . . . . . 94 Phillips, Don.____________________________ 5 4 2 6 . . . . . . . . . 11 Mackey, Leon___________________________ 11 5 1 6 1.0-5 . . . 1 . . . . 32 Bagley, Brandon__________________________ 9 4 1 5 . . . . . . . . . 37 Yeakey, Chris____________________________ 11 3 2 5 . . . . . . . . . 38 Hogue, Summitt__________________________ 8 5 . 5 . . . . . . . . . 45 Fyfe, Kramer____________________________ 13 4 . 4 . . . . . . . . . 92 Starts, Michael___________________________ 1 3 . 3 1.0-12 1-12 . . . . . . . 7 Doege, Seth____________________________ 13 3 . 3 . . . . . . 1 . . 20 Payne, Chris_____________________________ 9 3 . 3 . . . . . . . . . 23 Reynolds, Jere.___________________________ 3 1 1 2 . . 1-18 . . . . . . 30 Stewart, Austin___________________________ 4 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . . 6 Zouzalik, Aust.___________________________ 13 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . . 52 Chester, Alex____________________________ 13 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . . 53 Evans, Kindred___________________________ 6 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . . 34 Williams, Kenny__________________________ 13 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . . 18 Ward, Eric_____________________________ 12 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . . 62 Clark, Le’Raven__________________________ 13 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 26 Erxleben, Ryan__________________________ 13 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 68 McDaniel, Terry__________________________ 13 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 15 Cooper, Justin____________________________ 3 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 3 Williams, Tyson__________________________ 12 . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . Total________________________________ 13 619 186 805 66-241 19-125 8-200 47 15 2-2 3 . . Opponents____________________________ 13 - - - - 19-142 16-348 53 17 8-82 8 5 .


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GAME-BY-GAME STARTERS GAME NORTHWESTERN ST. TEXAS STATE NEW MEXICO IOWA STATE OKLAHOMA WEST VIRGINA TCU KANSAS STATE TEXAS KANSAS OKLAHOMA STATE BAYLOR MINNESOTA

LT LG C RG RT Waddle Morales A. Gallington Clark McDaniel Waddle Morales A. Gallington Clark McDaniel Waddle Morales A. Gallington Clark McDaniel Waddle Morales A. Gallington Clark McDaniel Waddle Carpenter Gallington Clark McDaniel Waddle Carpenter Gallington Clark McDaniel Waddle Carpenter Gallington Clark McDaniel Waddle Carpenter Gallington Clark McDaniel Waddle Carpenter Gallington Clark McDaniel Waddle Carpenter Gallington Clark McDaniel Waddle Carpenter Gallington Clark McDaniel Waddle Carpenter Gallington Clark McDaniel Waddle Carpenter Gallington Clark McDaniel

DEFENSIVE STARTERS GAME LE NT NORTHWESTERN ST. Bush Hyder TEXAS STATE Jackson Hyder NEW MEXICO Bush Hyder IOWA STATE Bush Hyder OKLAHOMA Bush Hyder WEST VIRGINIA Bush Hyder TCU Jackson Hyder KANSAS STATE Bush Hyder TEXAS Bush Hyder KANSAS Bush Hyder OKLAHOMA STATE Bush Hyder BAYLOR Bush Hyder MINNESOTA Bush Hyder

DT Simmons Simmons Simmons Simmons Simmons Simmons Simmons Simmons Simmons Simmons Simmons Simmons Simmons

RE SAM MIKE Richards Eguaveon Smith Richards Eguaveon Smith Richards Winbush Smith Richards Smith Richards - Smith Richards - Dees Richards - Dees Richards Equaveon Smith Richards Eguavoen Smith Richards Eguavoen Smith Richards - Smith Richards - Smith Richards - Smith

GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS GAME

QB RB RB Doege - - Doege - - Doege - - Doege - - Doege - - Doege - - Doege - - Doege - - Doege Stephens K. Williams Doege - - Doege - - Doege - - Doege - - WILL NICKEL Bullitt - Bullitt - Bullitt Jones Bullitt Porter Eguaveon Porter Bullitt Porter Bullitt Porter Bullitt - Mays - Porter Eguavoen Porter Eguavoen Porter Eguavoen Porter

FIRST DNS FIRST DOWNS RUSHING PASSING SCORE TOT RU-PA-PE NO-YDS-TD C-A-I

F K. Williams K. Williams K. Williams K. Williams K. Williams K. Williams K. Williams Davis - - K. Williams K. Williams Williams

IR TE H X Y - - Torres Ward Amaro - - Amaro Bell Williams - Amaro - Ward Williams - - Torres Ward Grant - Amaro - Ward Moore - Amaro - Ward Moore - - Zouzalik Ward Moore - Grant Ward Moore Torres - - - Ward Moore Foster - Zouzalik Ward Moore - - Zouzalik Ward Moore - - Grant Ward Moore - - Zouzalik Ward Moore

CB Douglas Douglas - Douglas Douglas Douglas Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Mays Neboh

WS SS Johnson Davis Johnson Davis Johnson Davis Johnson Davis Johnson Davis Johnson Davis Johnson Davis Johnson Davis Johnson Davis Johnson Davis Johnson Davis Johnson Davis Johnson Davis

Z Marquez Moore Moore Bell T. Williams T. Williams Torres Torres Torres T. Williams T. Williams Amaro

CB Neboh Neboh Neboh Neboh Neboh Neboh Neboh Neboh Neboh Neboh Neboh Neboh Mays

TOT OFF PUNTS FUM PENALTIES 3RD TIMEOF YDS TD PL-YDS NO-AVG F-L NO-YDS DNS POSS

Texas Tech 44 37 10-20-7 46-179-2 33-47-1 321 3 93-500 1-41 2-1 6-45 10-16 36:04 vs.Northwestern St. 3 6 0-4-2 28-13-0 11-21-0 71 0 49-84 7-43.4 2-0 8-88 3-14 23:56 Texas Tech at Texas State

58 32 9-19-4 23-186-1 33-44-0 405 5 68-591 0-0.0 1-1 7-90 7-11 27:48 10 16 7-8-1 30-129-0 13-31-2 141 1 61-270 5-45.6 0-0 8-94 6-15 32:03

Texas Tech vs. New Mexico

49 38 16-20-2 45-325-1 33-45-0 377 6 90-702 1-35 2-1 8-90 8-13 34:17 14 8 5-3-0 35-84-1 6-12-0 43 0 47-127 7-47.0 0-0 4-37 2-11 25:43

Texas Tech vs. Iowa State Texas Tech vs. Oklahoma

24 20 8-11-1 30-63-0 31-47-2 332 3 77-395 5-45.0 2-0 11-80 7-16 34:37 13 13 9-3-1 38-116-0 10-20-3 73 1 58-189 6-44.3 1-1 3-32 5-14 25:23 20 21 7-12-2 32-89-2 26-41-3 271 0 73-360 4-41.0 1-0 4-33 9-15 30:22 41 22 7-15-0 29-121-2 25-40-0 259 2 69-380 4-45.2 2-1 5-42 8-14 29:38

Texas Tech vs. West Virginia

49 30 12-18-0 29-168-1 33-43-1 508 6 72-676 1-54 1-1 5-41 5-10 29:42 14 25 10-14-1 36-133-1 29-55-0 275 1 91-408 4-155 2-0 2-10 9-21 30:18

Texas Tech vs. TCU Texas Tech vs. Kansas State

56 21 5-14-2 27-71-1 30-42-0 318 7 69-389 8-47.4 0-0 9-90 5-13 27:43 53 28 11-15-2 42-184-1 26-47-2 332 4 89-516 3-45.0 2-1 8-62 5-17 32:17 24 26 7-18-1 27-111-1 35-50-1 331 2 77-442 3-26.3 2-2 6-80 6-13 29:26 55 30 13-13-4 36-193-4 19-27-0 233 2 63-426 2-32.5 1-0 5-45 6-11 30:34

Texas Tech vs. Texas

22 25 7-16-2 28-112-1 26-44-0 329 1 72-441 3-41.3 0-0 9-85 4-14 25.:31 31 18 16-6-0 39-163-1 11-19-0 264 3 58-427 4-45.8 0-0 8-64 5-11 34:29

Texas Tech vs. Kansas

41 29 6-23-0 122-63-1 47-61-1 508 4 83-571 4-43.8 0-0 7-74 6-14 28:05 34 19 15-1-3 57-390-2 6-15-0 29 2 72-419 7-36.9 0-0 3-25 3-14 31:55

Texas Tech 21 20 9-11-0 34-99-1 29-42-2 284 2 76-383 8-30.6 1-1 8-70 5-15 34:18 vs. Oklahoma State 59 23 14-8-1 42-256-3 12-22-0 231 4 64-487 2-38.0 0-0 5-35 6-12 25:42 Texas Tech vs. Baylor

45 27 9-15-3 32-208-2 30-41-3 359 3 73-567 1-36.0 1-1 7-68 6-11 27:22 52 32 14-16-2 57-278-3 22-37-0 396 3 94-674 2-41.5 3-0 6-71 9-18 32:38

Texas Tech vs. Minnesota

34 23 9-11-3 24-154-1 34-47-2 284 2 71-429 3-37.0 1-0 13-135 8-14 23:42 31 23 16-5-2 54-222-2 8-19-1 146 2 73-368 4-33.0 0-0 7-84 9-16 36:18

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GAME-BY-GAME INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS (OFFENSE) RUSHING Rush-Yds/TD NWSU TXST NM ISU OU WVU TCU KSU UT KU OKST BU MINN Bell 0-0/0 1-(-5)/0 0-0/0 - - - - - - - - - - Brewer 1-(-7)/0 0-0/0 5-23/0 - - - - - - 1-7/0 2-(-3)/0 - Doege 2-7/0 1-15/0 2-4/0 3-(-35)/0 2-(-18)/0 5-28/0 5-(-20) 3-(-5)/0 3-1/0 3-9/0 5-(-5)/0 9-58/1 5-20/1 Foster 11-44/0 10-52/0 10-64/0 3-5/0 11-44/1 10-82/1 7-24/0 4-15/1 4-28/0 5-15/0 4-18/0 8-54/0 4-11/0 Grant 1-3/0 0-0/0 2-11/0 1-3/0 - - 0-0/0 1-1/0 - - 1-4/0 - 2-(-3)/0 Stephens 16-58/2 6-62/0 12-118/1 5-15/0 11-39/0 8-27/0 7-22/0 3-17/0 3-12/0 3-1/1 7-31/1 3-12/0 5-66/0 Ward - - - - 1-0/0 - - - - - - - 1-6/0 K. Williams 15-74/0 5-62/1 14-105/0 15-80/0 7-24/1 6-31/0 6-47/1 15-81/0 18-71/1 9-37/0 14-78/0 12-89/1 7-45/0 Zouzalik - - - - - - - 1-2/0 - - - - RECEIVING Rec-Yds/TD NWSU TXST NM ISU OU WVU TCU KSU UT KU OKST BU MINN Amaro 4-49/0 3-55/1 4-57/2 4-48/0 3-29/0 5-156/1 - - - - - - 2-15/0 Bell - 5-81/1 4-53/0 5-80/0 3-55/0 - - - - - - - Davis 2-23/0 2-10/0 1-10/0 - - - - - - - - 1-9/0 1-6/0 Doege - - - 1-1/0 - - - - - 1-29/0 - - Edwards 1-11/0 2-17/0 2-17/0 - - - - - - - - - 1-13/1 Foster 1-7/0 1-3/0 - - 3-26/0 - 1-1/0 2-6/0 - 6-36/0 3-4/0 - 1-5/0 Grant 3-25/0 5-78/0 2-3/0 2-23/1 - 4-37/0 3-45/1 3-5/0 - 6-32/1 3-31/0 2-8/0 Kennard 4-40/2 - - - - 3-43/1 - 1-10/0 - - - 1-6/0 Marquez 7-92/0 3-19/0 2-24/0 2-23/0 1-7/0 1-7/0 - - - - - - McRoy 1-3/0 - - - - - - - - - - - Moore - 5-73/2 5-49/1 5-20/1 5-80/0 9-92/3 5-63/1 9-63/0 7-108/0 9-74/2 9-140/1 13-186/2 11-84/0 Ontiveros - - 1-3/0 - 1-19/0 - - 1-2/0 - - - - Stephens 3-11/0 - 1-3/0 1-0/0 3-6/0 1-6/0 2-9/0 - 3-29/1 1-7/0 - - 1-8/0 Torres 1-4/0 2-33/1 1-9/0 1-7/0 1-4/0 2-46/0 5-53/2 3-33/0 1-6/0 4-33/0 - - Ward 3-26/0 0-0/0 5-90/3 9-122/1 3-20/0 4-37/1 6-61/3 11-161/2 8-126/0 12-180/0 5/38/0 9-113/1 7-79/1 Williams, K. 2-23/1 2-2/0 1-7/0 - 1-10/0 2-33/0 - 1-7/0 3-22/0 1-20/0 - 1-11/0 2-28/0 Williams, T 2/22/0 - 4-52/0 1-8/0 2-15/0 1-35/0 3-31/0 1-7/0 3-33/0 4-52/1 7-47/1 1-4/0 6-46/0 Zouzalik 1-7/0 1-12/0 - - - 1-16/0 5-55/0 3-37/0 1-5/0 4-45/0 2-24/0 2-22/0 -

PUNTING Number-Avg./I20______________ #26 Erxleben NWSU___________________________ 1-40/0 TXST_____________________________ 0-0/0 NM____________________________ 1-35.0/0 ISU____________________________ 5-45.0/1 OU____________________________ 4-41.0/0 WVU_________________________ 1-54-54.0/0 TCU____________________________ 8-47.4/2 KSU____________________________ 3-26.3/1 UT_____________________________ 3-41.3/1 KU_____________________________ 4-43.8/1 OKST___________________________ 6-40.8/1 BU______________________________ 1-36/0 MINN___________________________ 3-37.0/1

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PASSING FIELD GOALS C-A-I-Yds/TD_______ #7 Doege #16 Brewer #13 Costilla #4 Marquez #24 Stephens #6 Zouzalik Made, Missed, Blocked #48 Bustin #49 Bowman NWSU__________23-34-1-199/1 10-13-0-122/2 - - - NWSU 31,36,37 TXST___________25-32-0-319/5 7-11-0-72/0 1-1-0-14/0 - - TXST 38,50 21 NM___________27-35-0-340/6 6-10-0-37/0 - - - NM 39 ISU___________30-46-2-331/3 0-0-0-0/0 0-0-0-0/0 1-1-0-0/0 - ISU 41, 39 OU____________22-36-3-203/0 4-5-0-68/0 - - - OU 35, 43 WVU__________32-43-1-499/6 1-1-0-9/0 - - - WVU 41 TCU___________30-42-0-318/7 - - - - TCU - KSU___________35-50-1-331/2 - - - - KSU 37, 50 UT____________26-44-0-329/0 - - - - UT 29, 41, 33, 23 KU____________45-59-1-476/3 - - - 1-1-0-3/1 1-1-0-29/0 KU 29, 27, 41 OKST__________24-36-2-230/1 5-6-0-54/1 - - - OKST - BU____________30-40-3-359/3 0-1-0-0/0 - - - BU 29 MINN__________31-45-2-271/1 1-1-0-13/1 - - - MINN 28,38,28 -


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GAME-BY-GAME INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS (DEFENSE) TACKLES UT-AT-TT______NWSU TXST NM ISU OU WVU TCU Awe_________ 0-0-0 1-1-2 3-0-3 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 2-0-2 Bagley_______ 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-0-2 1-0-1 Bullitt________ 4-0-4 2-0-2 0-0-0 2-2-4 2-0-2 2-1-3 0-2-2 Bush________ 0-1-1 0-0-0 2-0-2 3-0-3 1-0-1 2-0-2 4-1-5 Chester_______ 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 Clark________ 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 Cooper_______ 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 Davis________ 8-1-9 4-0-4 4-1-5 4-1-5 9-0-9 13-0-13 7-4-11 Dees_________ 1-0-1 2-0-2 5-0-5 2-1-3 1-0-1 5-0-5 1-1-2 Doege________ 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 Douglas_______ 1-1-2 2-0-2 0-0-0 3-0-3 7-0-7 0-0-0 0-0-0 Eguavoen______ 3-1-4 2-0-2 1-0-1 3-0-3 1-0-1 2-0-2 2-2-4 Erxleben______ 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 Evans________ 0-0-0 2-0-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 Falemi_______ 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 2-0-2 2-0-2 Fyfe_________ 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 Gaines_______ 1-0-1 1-2-3 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 Hougue_______ 2-0-2 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 Hyder________ 3-0-3 0-0-0 2-0-2 4-1-5 2-0-2 6-0-6 4-1-5 Jackson_______ 0-0-0 1-1-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 Johnson______ 3-0-3 6-0-6 5-0-5 2-2-4 9-1-10 5-1-6 4-4-8 Jones________ 0-1-1 1-0-1 4-0-4 0-0-0 1-0-1 2-0-2 4-1-5 Mays________ 0-0-0 1-1-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 Mackey_______ 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 McDaniel______ 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 Neboh_______ 3-0-3 3-0-3 2-0-2 1-2-3 2-0-2 2-0-2 6-1-7 Payne________ 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 Phillips_______ 2-0-2 1-0-1 1-0-1 1-0-0 2-0-2 2-0-2 4-0-4 Porter________ 0-1-1 3-1-4 0-0-0 3-1-4 2-0-2 1-1-2 2-2-4 Reynolds______ 1-0-1 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 Richards______ 0-0-0 1-0-1 1-0-1 3-2-5 0-0-0 1-0-1 2-0-2 Robertson_____ 1-0-1 0-0-0 3-0-3 2-1-3 0-0-0 2-1-3 2-0-2 Simmons______ 1-0-1 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-3-3 1-1-2 1-0-1 1-3-4 Smith________ 3-0-3 3-0-3 2-1-3 3-4-7 1-2-3 1-0-1 5-1-6 Starts________ 0-0-0 0-0-0 3-0-3 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 Stewart_______ 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 Ward________ 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 Wesley_______ 0-0-0 1-1-2 0-0-0 1-0-1 2-0-2 2-0-2 2-0-2 Williams, K_____ 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 Winbush______ 0-0-0 1-0-1 1-2-3 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 Yeakey_______ 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 Zouzalik______ 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0

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SUPERLATIVES (GAME HIGHS) INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS Rushes____________18_____________ Williams, Kenny vs Texas (Nov 03, 2012) Yards Rushing_______118_________ Stephens, Eric vs New Mexico (Sep 15, 2012) TD Rushes__________2_______Stephens, Eric vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) Long Rush__________53__________ Foster, Sadale vs West Virginia (Oct 13, 2012) Pass attempts_______59______________ Doege, Seth vs Kansas (Nov 10, 2012) Pass completions_____45______________ Doege, Seth vs Kansas (Nov 10, 2012) Yards Passing________499__________ Doege, Seth vs West Virginia (Oct 13, 2012) TD Passes__________7__________________ Doege, Seth at TCU (Oct 20, 2012) Long Pass__________61___________ Doege, Seth vs West Virginia (Oct 13, 2012) Receptions_________13______________Moore, Darrin vs Baylor (Nov 24, 2012) Yards Receiving______186_____________Moore, Darrin vs Baylor (Nov 24, 2012) TD Receptions_______3______________Ward, Eric vs New Mexico (Sep 15, 2012) ___________________________ Moore, Darrin vs West Virginia (Oct 13, 2012) ___________________________________ Ward, Eric at TCU (Oct 20, 2012) Long Reception______61___________ Amaro, Jace vs West Virginia (Oct 13, 2012) Field Goals_________3_______ Bustin, Ryan vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) ________________________________ Bustin, Ryan vs Texas (Nov 03, 2012) Long Field Goal______50____________ Bustin, Ryan at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Punts_____________8________________ Erxleben, Ryan at TCU (Oct 20, 2012) Punting Avg________54.0________ Erxleben, Ryan vs West Virginia (Oct 13, 2012) Long Punt__________60_______________ Erxleben, Ryan at TCU (Oct 20, 2012) Punts inside 20_______2________________ Erxleben, Ryan at TCU (Oct 20, 2012) Long Punt Return_____27___________ Zouzalik, Aust. at Iowa State (Sep 29, 2012) Long Kickoff Return____99___________ Grant, Jakeem vs Minnesota (Dec 28, 2012) Tackles____________14____________Johnson, D.J. vs Minnesota (Dec 28, 2012) Sacks_____________2.0___________ Hyder, Kerry at Iowa State (Sep 29, 2012) ___________________________ Wesley, Dennell vs Minnesota (Dec 28, 2012) Tackles For Loss______3.0______Hyder, Kerry vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) ____________________________Douglas, Corne. vs Oklahoma (Oct 06, 2012) Interceptions________2___________ Douglas, Corne. at Iowa State (Sep 29, 2012)

OPPONENT TEAM GAME HIGHS Rushes____________57______________________ vs Kansas (Nov 10, 2012) _______________________________________ vs Baylor (Nov 24, 2012) Yards Rushing_______390_____________________ vs Kansas (Nov 10, 2012) Yards Per Rush_______6.8_____________________ vs Kansas (Nov 10, 2012) TD Rushes__________4____________________ at Kansas State (Oct 27, 2012) Pass attempts_______56___________________vs West Virginia (Oct 13, 2012) Pass completions_____31___________________vs West Virginia (Oct 13, 2012) Yards Passing________396_____________________ vs Baylor (Nov 24, 2012) Yards Per Pass_______13.9______________________ vs Texas (Nov 03, 2012) TD Passes__________4_________________________ at TCU (Oct 20, 2012) __________________________________at Oklahoma State (Nov 17, 2012) Total Plays__________94______________________ vs Baylor (Nov 24, 2012) Total Offense________674_____________________ vs Baylor (Nov 24, 2012) Yards Per Play_______7.6________________at Oklahoma State (Nov 17, 2012) Points____________59_________________at Oklahoma State (Nov 17, 2012) Sacks By___________3_____________________ at Iowa State (Sep 29, 2012) _________________________________________ at TCU (Oct 20, 2012) __________________________________at Oklahoma State (Nov 17, 2012) First Downs_________32______________________ vs Baylor (Nov 24, 2012) Penalties__________8_______________ vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) _____________________________________ at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) _________________________________________ at TCU (Oct 20, 2012) ________________________________________ vs Texas (Nov 03, 2012) Penalty Yards________94____________________ at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Turnovers__________4_____________________ at Iowa State (Sep 29, 2012) Interceptions By______3_____________________ vs Oklahoma (Oct 06, 2012) _______________________________________ vs Baylor (Nov 24, 2012) Punts_____________7_______________ vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) ____________________________________ vs New Mexico (Sep 15, 2012) _______________________________________ vs Kansas (Nov 10, 2012) Punting Avg________49.3___________________ at Iowa State (Sep 29, 2012) Long Punt__________71____________________ vs Oklahoma (Oct 06, 2012) Punts inside 20_______3_______________ vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) Long Punt Return_____30_________________at Oklahoma State (Nov 17, 2012) WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

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TEAM GAME HIGHS Rushes____________46______________ vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) Yards Rushing_______325__________________ vs New Mexico (Sep 15, 2012) Yards Per Rush_______8.1___________________ at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) TD Rushes__________2_______________ vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) _____________________________________ vs Oklahoma (Oct 06, 2012) _______________________________________ vs Baylor (Nov 24, 2012) Pass attempts_______61______________________ vs Kansas (Nov 10, 2012) Pass completions_____47______________________ vs Kansas (Nov 10, 2012) Yards Passing________508__________________vs West Virginia (Oct 13, 2012) _______________________________________ vs Kansas (Nov 10, 2012) Yards Per Pass_______11.5__________________vs West Virginia (Oct 13, 2012) TD Passes__________7_________________________ at TCU (Oct 20, 2012) Total Plays__________93______________ vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) Total Offense________702__________________ vs New Mexico (Sep 15, 2012) Yards Per Play_______9.3__________________vs West Virginia (Oct 13, 2012) Points____________58____________________ at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Sacks By___________4_____________________ at Iowa State (Sep 29, 2012) First Downs_________38___________________ vs New Mexico (Sep 15, 2012) Penalties__________13____________________ vs Minnesota (Dec 28, 2012) Penalty Yards________135___________________ vs Minnesota (Dec 28, 2012) Turnovers__________4_______________________ vs Baylor (Nov 24, 2012) Interceptions By______3_____________________ at Iowa State (Sep 29, 2012) Punts_____________8_________________________ at TCU (Oct 20, 2012) __________________________________at Oklahoma State (Nov 17, 2012) Punting Avg________54.0__________________vs West Virginia (Oct 13, 2012) Long Punt__________60________________________ at TCU (Oct 20, 2012) Punts inside 20_______2_________________________ at TCU (Oct 20, 2012) Long Punt Return_____27____________________ at Iowa State (Sep 29, 2012)

OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS Rushes____________30______________ Sims, James, vs Kansas (Nov 10, 2012) Yards Rushing_______202____________ Pierson, Tony, vs Kansas (Nov 10, 2012) TD Rushes__________2_______________Bell,Blake, vs Oklahoma (Oct 06, 2012) ____________________________ Klein, Collin, at Kansas State (Oct 27, 2012) ___________________________ Hubert, John, at Kansas State (Oct 27, 2012) _______________________________ Sims, James, vs Kansas (Nov 10, 2012) ______________________________ Martin, Glasco, vs Baylor (Nov 24, 2012) Long Rush__________69_____________ Pierson, Tony, vs Kansas (Nov 10, 2012) Pass attempts_______56___________Smith, Geno, vs West Virginia (Oct 13, 2012) Pass completions_____31___________Smith, Geno, vs West Virginia (Oct 13, 2012) Yards Passing________396____________ Florence, Nick, vs Baylor (Nov 24, 2012) TD Passes__________4_______________ Boykin, Trevone, at TCU (Oct 20, 2012) Long Pass__________75________________ Ash, David, vs Texas (Nov 03, 2012) Receptions_________11__________ Austin, Tavon, vs West Virginia (Oct 13, 2012) Yards Receiving______175______________ Williams, T., vs Baylor (Nov 24, 2012) TD Receptions_______3__________Anderson, I., at Oklahoma State (Nov 17, 2012) Long Reception______75_______________ Davis, Mike, vs Texas (Nov 03, 2012) Field Goals_________6______________ Oberkrom, Jaden, at TCU (Oct 20, 2012) Long Field Goal______51________ Sharp, Quinn, at Oklahoma State (Nov 17, 2012) Punts_____________7_________Russo, Nic, vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) ____________________________ SKAER, Ben, vs New Mexico (Sep 15, 2012) ______________________________ Doherty, Ron, vs Kansas (Nov 10, 2012) Punting Avg________49.3________ Van Der Kamp,K., at Iowa State (Sep 29, 2012) Long Punt__________71______________ Way,Tress, vs Oklahoma (Oct 06, 2012) Punts inside 20_______3_________Russo, Nic, vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) Long Punt Return_____30_________ Craig, Zack, at Oklahoma State (Nov 17, 2012) Long Kickoff Return____98_________CLAYTON, Chase, vs New Mexico (Sep 15, 2012) Tackles____________14________ BOLLEMA, Dallas, vs New Mexico (Sep 15, 2012) Sacks_____________2.0___________ Maggitt, R., at Iowa State (Sep 29, 2012) _______________________________ Pierson, Davion, at TCU (Oct 20, 2012) _______________________________ Fields, Devonte, at TCU (Oct 20, 2012) Tackles For Loss______3.0________________Hasley, Joel, at TCU (Oct 20, 2012) _______________________ Simmons, Ryan, at Oklahoma State (Nov 17, 2012) Interceptions________2_______________Lackey, Eddie, vs Baylor (Nov 24, 2012) ___________________________ Carter, Michael, vs Minnesota (Dec 28, 2012)


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LONGEST PLAYS - TEXAS TECH (25-PLUS YARDS) YARDS____ 99_______ 97_______ 88_______ 61_______ 57_______ 57_______ 53_______ 47_______ 47_______ 46_______ 46_______ 42_______ 40_______ 40_______ 40_______ 39_______ 39_______ 39_______ 36_______ 35_______ 35_______ 35_______ 33_______ 32_______ 32_______ 32_______ 31_______ 31_______ 31_______ 30_______ 29_______ 29_______ 29_______ 29_______ 29_______ 29_______ 27_______ 27_______ 27_______ 26_______ 26_______ 25_______ 25_______ 25_______ 25_______ 25_______ 25_______

OPPONENT_______________________________________________________________________________ PLAY/SITUATION/RESULT MINN______________________________________________________________________ Jakeem Grant 99-yard kickoff return/Touchdown BU________________________________________________________________________ Jakeem Grant 97-yard kickoff return/Touchdown TXST_____________________________________________________________________ Cody Davis 88-yard interception return/Touchdown WVU_________________________________________________________________ Jace Amaro 61-yard reception from Seth Doege/1st Down OSU________________________________________________________________ Darrin Moore 57-yard reception from Seth Doege/1st Down UNM______________________________________________________________Jakeem Grant 57-yard reception from Michael Brewer/1st Down WVU_____________________________________________________________________________ Sadale Foster 53-yard run/Touchdown TCU___________________________________________________________________________ Kenny Williams 47-yard rush/Touchdown ISU___________________________________________________________________ Javon Bell 47-yard reception from Seth Doege/1st Down BU_________________________________________________________________ Darrin Moore 46-yard reception from Seth Doege/1st Down TXST______________________________________________________________________________ Eric Stephens 46-yard rush/1st Down TXST________________________________________________________________ Jakeem Grant 42-yard reception from Seth Doege/1st Down UT__________________________________________________________________________Sadale Foster 40-yard kickoff return/1st Down ISU___________________________________________________________________ Cornelius Douglas 40-yard interception return/1st Down TXST_______________________________________________________________________________ Sadale Foster 40-yard kickoff return BU______________________________________________________________________________ Kenny Williams 39-yard rush/1st Down WVU_________________________________________________________________ Jace Amaro 39-yard reception from Seth Doege/1st Down UNM__________________________________________________________________Eric Ward 39-yard reception from Seth Doege/Touchdown OU_________________________________________________________________ Javon Bell 36-yard reception from Michael Brewer/1st Down MINN____________________________________________________________________Eric Ward 37-yard pass from Seth Doege/Touchdown WVU_______________________________________________________________ Tyson Williams 35-yard reception from Seth Doege/1st Down OU_________________________________________________________________ Darrin Moore 35-yard reception from Seth Doege/1st Down TCU_______________________________________________________________ Darrin Moore 33-yard reception from Seth Doege/Touchdown BU_________________________________________________________________ Darrin Moore 32-yard reception from Seth Doege/1st Down KSU__________________________________________________________________Eric Ward 32-yard reception from Seth Doege/Touchdown ISU____________________________________________________________________ Eric Ward 32-yard reception from Seth Doege/1st Down KU____________________________________________________________________ Eric Ward 31-yard reception from Seth Doege/1st Down UNM______________________________________________________________________________ Kenny Williams 31-yard rush/Fumble TXST__________________________________________________________________ Javon Bell 31-yard reception from Seth Doege/1st Down WVU__________________________________________________________________ Alex Torres 30-yard reception from Seth Doege/1st Down KU________________________________________________________________ Seth Doege 29-yard reception from Austin Zouzalik/1st Down TCU__________________________________________________________________ Eric Ward 2-yard reception from Seth Doege/Touchdown WVU________________________________________________________________ Darrin Moore 29-yard reception from Seth Doege/1st Down OU__________________________________________________________________________Sadale Foster 29-yard kickoff return/1st Down ISU____________________________________________________________________________Javon Bell 29-yard kickoff return/1st Down UNM_________________________________________________________________________Sadale Foster 29-yard kickoff return/1st Down WVU_________________________________________________________________ Jace Amaro 27-yard reception from Seth Doege/1st Down ISU_________________________________________________________________________ Austin Zouzalik 27-yard punt return/1st Down TXST_________________________________________________________________________Sadale Foster 27-yard kickoff return/1st Down BU_________________________________________________________________ Darrin Moore 26-yard reception from Seth Doege/1st Down ISU____________________________________________________________________________Javon Bell 26-yard kickoff return/1st Down OSU______________________________________________________________ Darrin Morre 25-yard reception from Michael Brewer/1st Down UT______________________________________________________________________________ Kenny Williams 25-yard rush/1st Down KSU_________________________________________________________________________Sadale Foster 25-yard kickoff return/1st Down TCU_______________________________________________________________ Jakeem Grant 25-yard reception from Seth Doege/Touchdown OU_______________________________________________________________ Darrin Moore 25-yard reception from Michael Brewer/1st Down NWST______________________________________________________________ Jace Amaro 25-yard reception from Michael Brewer/1st Down

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LONGEST PLAYS - OPPONENT (25-PLUS YARDS) OPPONENT_______________________________________________________________________________ PLAY/SITUATION/RESULT UNM_______________________________________________________________________ Chase Clayton 98-yard kickoff return/Touchdown ISU_______________________________________________________________________ A.J. Klein 87-yard interception return/Touchdown UT___________________________________________________________________Mike Davis 75-yard reception from David Ash/Touchdown KU_______________________________________________________________________________ Tony Pierson 69-yard rush/1st Down OSU______________________________________________________________ Isaiah Anderson 57-yard reception from Clint Chelf/Touchdown OSU______________________________________________________________ Isaiah Anderson 66-yard reception from Clint Chelf/Touchdown TCU___________________________________________________________ LaDarius Brown 60-yard reception from Trevone Boykin/Touchdown BU_____________________________________________________________________ Eddie Lackey 55-yard interception return/Touchdown UT____________________________________________________________________ Mike Davis 54-yard reception from David Ash/1st Down NWST_____________________________________________________________________Cortez Paige 49-yard interception return/1st Down KSU_________________________________________________________________ Chris Harper 46-yard reception from Collin Klein/1st Down OU______________________________________________________________________Javon Harris 46-yard interception return/Touchdown BU_____________________________________________________________________________ Lache Seastrunk 44-yard rush/1st Down KU_____________________________________________________________________________Micha Cummings 44-yard rush/1st Down MINN______________________________________________________________ Derrick Engel 42-yard reception from Philip Nelson/1st Down BU_______________________________________________________________________ Antwan Goodley 42-yard kickoff return/1st Down BU______________________________________________________________Terrance Williams 41-yard reception from Nick Florence/1st Down BU_______________________________________________________________Levi Norwood 39-yard reception from Nick Florence/Touchdown WVU_________________________________________________________________Tavon Austin 38-yard reception from Geno Smith/1st Down MINN_____________________________________________________________________ Troy Stoudermire 37-yard kickoff return/1st Down BU______________________________________________________________Terrance Williams 37-yard reception from Nick Florence/1st Down TCU______________________________________________________________________________ Aundre Dean 37-yard rush/1st Down NWST_______________________________________________________________________ Phillip Harvey 37-yard kickoff return/1st Down OU_______________________________________________________________ Damie Williams 38-yard reception from Landry Jones/1st Down BU______________________________________________________________Terrance Williams 36-yard reception from Nick Florence/1st Down TCU______________________________________________________________ Skye Dawson 36-yard reception from Trevone Boykin/1st Down ISU_______________________________________________________________________________ James White 36-yard rush/1st Down BU_______________________________________________________________________________ Glasco Martin 34-yard rush/1st Down UT_________________________________________________________________ Johnathan Gray 34-yard reception from David Ash/1st Down OSU______________________________________________________________ Isaiah Anderson 33-yard reception from Clint Chelf/Touchdown BU______________________________________________________________ Lanear Sampson 32-yard reception from Nick Florence/1st Down BU_______________________________________________________________________ Antwan Goodley 32-yard kickoff return/1st Down KU___________________________________________________________________ Brad McDougland 32-yard interception return/1st Down MINN______________________________________________________________ Derrick Engel 31-yard reception from Philip Nelson/1st Down KU____________________________________________________________________________Taylor Cox 31-yard kickoff return/1st Down BU_____________________________________________________________________________ Lache Seastrunk 30-yard rush/1st Down OSU_____________________________________________________________________ Zack Craig 30-yard blocked punt return/Touchdown TXST_________________________________________________________________________ Jafus Gaines 30-yard kickoff return/1st Down MINN_____________________________________________________________________ Troy Stoudermire 29-yard kickoff return/1st Down BU_______________________________________________________________________ Antwan Goodley 29-yard kickoff return/1st Down OSU_________________________________________________________________________Justin Gilbert 29-yard kickoff return/1st Down TXST_______________________________________________________________________________ Isaiah Battle 29-yard kickoff return TCU_______________________________________________________________________________ B.J. Catalon 28-yard rush/1st Down MINN______________________________________________________________ Derrick Engel 27-yard reception from Philip Nelson/1st Down BU_____________________________________________________________ Lanear Sampson 27-yard reception from Nick Florence/Touchdown UT______________________________________________________________________ Marquise Goodwin 27-yard kickoff return/1st Down TCU_______________________________________________________________ Sky Dawson 27-yard reception from Trevone Boykin/1st Down TCU_______________________________________________________________ Sky Dawson 27-yard reception from Trevone Boykin/1st Down MINN____________________________________________________________________________ MarQueis Gray 26-yard rush/1st Down MINN__________________________________________________________________________ Donnell Kirkwood 26-yard rush/1st Down MINN_____________________________________________________________________ Troy Stoudermire 26-yard kickoff return/1st Down OSU____________________________________________________________________________ Isaiah Anderson 26-yard rush/1st Down UT______________________________________________________________________________Johnathan Gray 26-yard rush/1st Down UT___________________________________________________________________Mike Davis 25-yard reception from David Ash/Touchdown OU_________________________________________________________________ Neal Durron 25-yard reception from Landry Jones/1st Down TXST________________________________________________________________________ Terrance Franks 25-yard reception/Touchdown

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YARDS____ 98_______ 87_______ 75_______ 69_______ 60_______ 66_______ 60_______ 55_______ 54_______ 49_______ 46_______ 46_______ 44_______ 44_______ 42_______ 42_______ 41_______ 39_______ 38_______ 37_______ 37_______ 37_______ 37_______ 38_______ 36_______ 36_______ 36_______ 34_______ 34_______ 33_______ 32_______ 32_______ 32_______ 31_______ 31_______ 30_______ 30_______ 30_______ 29_______ 29_______ 29_______ 29_______ 28_______ 27_______ 27_______ 27_______ 27_______ 27_______ 26_______ 26_______ 26_______ 26_______ 26_______ 25_______ 25_______ 25_______


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Opponent Northwestern State_______ Northwestern State_______ Northwestern State_______ Northwestern State_______ Northwestern State_______ Northwestern State_______ Northwestern State_______ Northwestern State_______ Texas State____________ Texas State____________ Texas State____________ Texas State____________ Texas State____________ Texas State____________ Texas State____________ Texas State____________ Texas State____________ Texas State____________ New Mexico____________ New Mexico____________ New Mexico____________ New Mexico____________ New Mexico____________ New Mexico____________ New Mexico____________ Iowa State_____________ Iowa State_____________ Iowa State_____________ Iowa State_____________ Oklahoma_____________ Oklahoma_____________ Oklahoma_____________ Oklahoma_____________ West Virginia___________ West Virginia___________ West Virginia___________ West Virginia___________ West Virginia___________ West Virginia___________ West Virginia___________ TCU_________________ TCU_________________ TCU_________________ TCU_________________ TCU_________________ TCU_________________ TCU_________________ TCU_________________ Kansas State___________ Kansas State___________ Kansas State___________ Kansas State___________ Texas________________ Texas________________ Texas________________ Texas________________ Texas________________ Kansas_______________ Kansas_______________ Kansas_______________ Kansas_______________ Kansas_______________ Kansas_______________ Kansas_______________ Oklahoma State_________ Oklahoma State_________ Oklahoma State_________ Baylor_______________ Baylor_______________ Baylor_______________ Baylor_______________ Baylor_______________ Baylor_______________ Baylor_______________ Minnesota_____________ Minnesota_____________ Minnesota_____________ Minnesota_____________ Minnesota_____________ Minnesota_____________

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No. of Plays 16__________ 10__________ 12__________ 11__________ 11__________ 7___________ 12__________ 7___________ 0___________ 3___________ 7___________ 6___________ 4___________ 8___________ 6___________ 8___________ 7___________ 9___________ 8___________ 9___________ 7___________ 11__________ 7___________ 5___________ 6___________ 9___________ 8___________ 1___________ 10__________ 9___________ 13__________ 9___________ 10__________ 6___________ 12__________ 3___________ 9___________ 3___________ 4___________ 15__________ 6___________ 4___________ 7___________ 10__________ 4___________ 4___________ 1___________ 4___________ 9___________ 9___________ 11__________ 12__________ 9___________ 12__________ 8___________ 12__________ 8___________ 11__________ 5___________ 4___________ 9___________ 12__________ 4___________ 4___________ 6___________ 13__________ 12__________ 7___________ 10__________ 3___________ 11__________ 0___________ 5___________ 6___________ 0___________ 6___________ 14__________ 12__________ 7___________ 3___________

Total Drive Type of Yards Time Score 79____________ 6:35___________ TD_______________ 75____________ 3:32___________ TD_______________ 49____________ 4:06___________ TD_______________ 68____________ 3:00___________ FG_______________ 65____________ 4:05___________ FG_______________ 55____________ 2:24___________ FG_______________ 63____________ 4:52___________ TD_______________ 53____________ 2:59___________ TD_______________ 0_____________ 0:00___________ TD_______________ 40____________ 0:48___________ TD_______________ 75____________ 2:08___________ TD_______________ 99____________ 2:46___________ TD_______________ 65____________ 1:21___________ TD_______________ 31____________ 3:15___________ FG_______________ 87____________ 2:25___________ TD_______________ 73____________ 3:05___________ TD_______________ 1_____________ 2:37___________ FG_______________ 58____________ 3:39___________ FG_______________ 57____________ 2:40___________ TD_______________ 75____________ 2:27___________ TD_______________ 63____________ 2:20___________ TD_______________ 90____________ 4:03___________ TD_______________ 79____________ 1:32___________ TD_______________ 23____________ 0:29___________ TD_______________ 71____________ 2:25___________ TD_______________ 46____________ 4:30___________ TD_______________ 71____________ 3:19___________ TD_______________ 9_____________ 0:33___________ TD_______________ 29____________ 4:30___________ FG_______________ 71____________ 3:48___________ TD_______________ 78____________ 4:56___________ FG_______________ 54____________ 4:10___________ FG_______________ 86____________ 4:29___________ TD_______________ 75____________ 1:56___________ TD_______________ 69____________ 3:27___________ TD_______________ 82____________ 0:52___________ TD_______________ 86____________ 3:44___________ TD_______________ 67____________ 0:21___________ TD_______________ 69____________ 1:31___________ TD_______________ 98____________ 8:22___________ TD_______________ 33____________ 2:47___________ TD_______________ 70____________ 1:36___________ TD_______________ 51____________ 3:04___________ TD_______________ 80____________ 3:51___________ TD_______________ 62____________ 1:27___________ TD_______________ 25____________ OT____________ TD_______________ 25____________ OT____________ TD_______________ 25____________ OT____________ TD_______________ 75____________ 3:14___________ TD_______________ 58____________ 2:38___________ FG_______________ 75____________ 4:14___________ TD_______________ 80____________ 5:04___________ TD_______________ 75____________ 3:10___________ TD_______________ 63____________ 4:31___________ FG_______________ 23____________ 4:46___________ FG_______________ 76____________ 4:03___________ FG_______________ 56____________ 3:28___________ TD_______________ 75____________ 3:20___________ TD_______________ 54____________ 1:53___________ TD_______________ 57____________ 1:03___________ TD_______________ 71____________ 3:03___________ FG_______________ 59____________ 3:49___________ FG_______________ 25____________ OT____________ TD_______________ 25____________ OT____________ TD_______________ 81____________ 2:13___________ TD_______________ 95____________ 6:03___________ TD_______________ 75____________ 5:33___________ TD_______________ 75____________ 2:02___________ TD_______________ 80____________ 3:34___________ TD_______________ 75____________ 0:55___________ TD_______________ 63____________ 4:15___________ FG_______________ 0_____________ 0:00___________ TD_______________ 71____________ 2:20___________ TD_______________ 63____________ 2:39___________ TD_______________ 0_____________ 0:00___________ TD_______________ 75____________ 1:45___________ TD_______________ 64____________ 5:50___________ FG_______________ 42____________ 2:22___________ TD_______________ 82____________ 2:14___________ TD_______________ 11____________ 0:43___________ FG_______________

Score Drive Scoring Qtr/Time Start Play 1st/2:50_____________ T21________________Eric Stephens 4-yard run 2nd/11:16___________ T25________________Eric Stephens 2-yard run 2nd/6:16____________ N49________Seth Doege 2-yard pass to K. Williams 2nd/1:15____________ T18________________ Ryan Bustin 31-yard FG 3rd/6:16____________ T16________________ Ryan Bustin 36-yard FG 4th/12:14____________ T25________________ Ryan Bustin 37-yard FG 4th/5:46____________ T37____ Michael Brewer 12-yard pass to M. Kennard 4th/1:25____________ T47_____ Michael Brewer 3-yard pass to M. Kennard 1st/11:25____________ T12_______Cody Davis 88-yard Interception Return 1st/10:34____________ B40________ Seth Doege 23-yard pass to D. Moore 1st/5:56_____________ T25_________ Seth Doege 4-yard pass to D. Moore 2nd/14:08___________ T1_________ Seth Doege 23-yard pass to A. Torres 2nd/9:24____________ T35________ Seth Doege 19-yard pass to J. Amaro 3rd/15:00____________ T38________________ Ryan Bustin 38-yard FG 3rd/10:03____________ T13________ Seth Doege 8-yard pass to Javon Bell 3rd/4:59____________ T27______________Kenny Williams 16-yard run 3rd/0:00____________ B34________________ Ryan Bustin 50-yard FG 4th/8:32____________ T38_____________ Andrew Bowman 21-yard FG 1st/11:05____________ T43_________ Seth Doege 20-yard pass to E. Ward 1st/6:22_____________ T25_______________ Eric Stephens 21-yard run 2nd/7:57____________ T37_________ Seth Doege 39-yard pass to E. Ward 2nd/2:19____________ T10__________ Seth Doege 7-yard pass to E. Ward 2nd/:34_____________ T21_________ Seth Doege 9-yard pass to J. Amaro 2nd/:05_____________ N23______Seth Doege 11-yard pass to Darrin Moore 3rd/12:35____________ T29________ Seth Doege 14-yard pass to J. Amaro 2nd/1:32____________ I46_________Seth Doege 11-yard pass to J. Grant 3rd/1:01____________ T29_________ Seth Doege 4-yard pass to D. Moore 4th/10:36____________ I9__________ Seth Doege 19-yard pass to E. Ward 4th/2:20____________ T49________________ Ryan Bustin 39-yard FG 1st/7:11_____________ T29______________ Kenny Williams 7-yard run 2nd/14:22___________ T04________________ Ryan Bustin 35-yard FG 2nd/6:58____________ T20________________ Ryan Bustin 43-yard FG 4th/:56_____________ T14________________Sadale Foster 3-yard run 1st/13:04____________ T25________ Seth Doege 39-yard pass to J. Amaro 1st/6:00_____________ T31_________ Seth Doege 19-yard pass to E. Ward 2nd/9:02____________ T18_______Seth Doege 16-yard pass to M. Kennard 2nd/2:04____________ T14_________ Seth Doege 2-yard pass to D. Moore 2nd/0:35____________ T33_______________ Sadale Foster 53-yard run 3rd/3:30____________ T31________ Seth Doege 29-yard pass to D. Moore 4th/5:37____________ T2__________ Seth Doege 7-yard pass to D. Moore 1st/4:55_____________ TC33_________ Seth Doege 5-yard pass to E. Ward 2nd/6:37____________ TT30_______ Seth Doege 33-yard pass to D. Moore 2nd/3:38____________ TT49________ Seth Doege 29-yard pass to E. Ward 4th/6:40____________ TT20_________ Seth Doege 6-yard pass to E. Ward 4th/4:06____________ TT38_____________Kenny Williams 47-yard run OT________________ TC25_________ Seth Doege 6-yard pass to E. Ward OT________________ TC25________ Seth Doege 25-yard pass to J. Grant OT________________ TC25_______ Seth Doege 8-yard pass to Alex Torres 1st/11:46____________ T25_________ Seth Doege 32-yard pass to E.Ward 2nd/12:37___________ T14_______________ Ryan Bustin 37-yard field 3rd/6:18____________ T25________________Sadale Foster 8-yard run 4th/2:33____________ T20__________ Seth Doege 4-yard pass to E. Ward 1st/5:52_____________ TT25_____________ Kenny Williams 1-yard run 2nd/13:56___________ TT25_______________ Ryan Bustin 29-yard FG 2nd/5:03____________ UT46_______________ Ryan Bustin 41-yard FG 3rd/6:39____________ TT8________________ Ryan Bustin 33-yard FG 3rd/1:35____________ TT44_____ Seth Doege 10-yard pass to E. Stephens 1st/11:40____________ T25__________Seth Doege 9-yard pass to J. Grant 2nd/14:55___________ T46__________ Seth Doege 16-yard to T. Williams 2nd/12:20___________ T43_________ Seth Doege 6-yard pass to D. Moore 3rd/0:28____________ T18________________ Ryan Bustin 29-yard FG 4th/10:12____________ T31________________ Ryan Bustin 27-yard FG OT________________ K25_______________ Eric Stephens 1 -yard run OT________________ K25________ Eric Stephens 3-yard pass to D. Moore 2nd/14:57___________ T19________________Eric Stephens 1-yard run 2nd/0:15____________ T05________Seth Doege 2-yard pass to T. Williams 4th/2:51____________ T25______ Michael Brewer 7-yard pass to D. Moore 1st/10:37____________ T25________________ Seth Doege 19-yard run 1st/3:02_____________ T20______________ Kenny Williams 5-yard run 2nd/14:17___________ T25_________ Seth Doege 23-yard pass to E. Ward 3rd/10:45____________ T25________________ Ryan Bustin 29-yard FG 3rd/4:36____________ B03_________Jakeem Grant 97-yard kickoff return 4/12:24_____________ T29________ Seth Doege 15-yard pass to D. Moore 4/6:19______________ T37_________ Seth Doege 6-yard pass to D. Moore 1st/8:17_____________ -__________Jakeem Grant 99-yard kickoff return 1st/4:01_____________ T25____ Michael Brewer 13-yard pass to D. Edwards 2nd/8:36____________ T25________________ Ryan Bustin 28-yard FG 2nd/0:05____________ M42________________ Seth Doege 4-yard run 4th/1:10____________ T18____________ Seth Doege 35-yard to E. Ward 4th/0:00____________ M22_______________ Ryan Bustin 28-yard FG


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SCORING DRIVES - OPPONENTS Total Drive Yards Time 45____________ 3:02___________ -10____________ 1:02___________ 80____________ 3:08___________ 53____________ 5:52___________ 79____________ 7:41___________ 0_____________ 0:00___________ 74____________ 6:36___________ 75____________ 4:01___________ 66____________ 3:14___________ 75____________ 3:31___________ 25____________ 1:07___________ 54____________ 3:08___________ 0_____________ 0:00___________ 32____________ 5:59___________ 54____________ 1:39___________ 73____________ 2:56___________ 75____________ 2:23___________ 31____________ 4:43___________ 52____________ 2:57___________ 45____________ 3:41___________ 27____________ 2:39___________ 74____________ 1:36___________ 56____________ 1:02___________ 25____________ OT____________ 25____________ OT____________ 4_____________ OT____________ (-3)___________ 1:34___________ 59____________ 3:52___________ 65____________ 3:24___________ 75____________ 3:29___________ 74____________ 1:49___________ 70____________ 5:04___________ 0_____________ 0:00___________ 35____________ 2:08___________ 71____________ 4:55___________ 75____________ 2:25___________ 75____________ 0:10___________ 50____________ 3:54___________ 59____________ 4:23___________ 63____________ 3:52___________ 39____________ 1:57___________ 74____________ 3:41___________ 72____________ 1:13___________ 75____________ 4:11___________ 25____________ OT____________ 75____________ 4:30___________ 70____________ 1:35___________ 40____________ 0:36___________ 24____________ 1:17___________ 66____________ 0:07___________ 38____________ 2:58___________ 38____________ 2:13___________ 22____________ 1:56___________ 0_____________ 0:00___________ 53____________ 2:50___________ 93____________ 1:27___________ 68____________ 2:41___________ 57____________ 2:20___________ 0_____________ 0:00___________ 75____________ 3:26___________ 65____________ 3:31___________ 25____________ -_____________ 50____________ 6:29___________ 67____________ 2:31___________ 48____________ 4:35___________ 53____________ 2:01___________ 79____________ 3:17___________

Type of Score FG______________ FG______________ TD______________ FG______________ TD______________ TD______________ TD______________ TD______________ TD______________ TD______________ FG______________ TD______________ TD______________ FG______________ TD______________ TD______________ TD______________ TD______________ FG______________ FG______________ FG______________ TD______________ FG______________ TD______________ TD______________ FG______________ FG______________ TD______________ FG______________ TD______________ TD______________ TD______________ TD______________ TD______________ TD______________ TD______________ TD______________ FG______________ TD______________ TD______________ TD______________ FG______________ TD______________ FG______________ TD______________ TD______________ TD______________ TD______________ TD______________ TD______________ TD______________ FG______________ TD______________ TD______________ TD______________ TD______________ TD______________ TD______________ -_______________ TD______________ FG______________ TD______________ FG______________ TD______________ TD______________ TD______________ TD______________

Score Drive Scoring Qtr/Time Start Play 2nd/14:48___________ N25______________ Jo Shaughnessy 47-yard FG 4th/14:56____________ T19______________ Jo Shaughnessy 46-yard FG 2nd/10:54___________ B20________________ Tyler Arndt 25-yard pass 2nd/3:25____________ B26_______________ Will Johnson 38-yard FG 2nd/13:41___________ N21_____________ Demarcus Rogers 2-yard run 1st/1:42_____________ T13________ A.J. Klein 87-yard interception return 3rd/4:26____________ I26__________Steele Jantz 5-yard pass to E. Brun 1st/10:59____________ O25______ Justin Brown 13-yard pass from L. Jones 2nd/11:08___________ O34__________________ Blake Bell 1-yard run 2nd/3:27____________ O25_______ Kenny Stills 13-yard pass from L. Jones 2nd/:31_____________ T41______________ Mike Hunnicutt 33-yard FG 3rd/9:13____________ 046__________________ Blake Bell 1-yard run 3rd/8:40____________ -_______ Javon Harris 46-yard interception return 3rd/:47_____________ O43______________ Mike Hunnicutt 42-yard FG 1st/4:21_____________ W46________ Geno Smith 7-yard pass to S. Bailey 4th/2:41____________ W27________________ D. Garrison 2-yard run 1st/12:37____________ TC25____ Trevone Boykin 19-yard pass to S. Dawson 2nd/8:13____________ TT31______________Mathew Tucker 4-yard run 2nd/:22_____________ TC24_____________Jaden Oberkrom 41-yard FG 3rd/4:09____________ TC40_____________Jaden Oberkrom 32-yard FG 4th/14:49____________ TC45_____________Jaden Oberkrom 45-yard FG 4th/2:25____________ TC26_____ Trevone Boykin 60-yard pass to L. Brown 4th/:18_____________ TC19_____________Jaden Oberkrom 42-yard FG OT________________ TT25______ Trebone Boykin 8-yard pass to J. Boyce OT________________ TT25____ Trebone Boykin 7-yard pass to B.J. Catalon OT________________ TT25_____________Jaden Oberkrom 38-yard FG 1st/0:15_____________ T14_____________ Anthony Cantele 34-yard FG 2nd/8:45____________ K41________________ John Hubert 4-yard run 2nd/1:35____________ K33_____________ Anthony Cantele 19-yard FG 3rd/11:31____________ K25______ Collin Klein 21-yard pass to T. Thompson 3rd/10:32____________ K26________________ Collin Klein 22,-yard run 3rd/4:29____________ K30________________John Hubert 15-yard run 4th/11:47___________ -______ Arthur Brown 37-yard interception return 4th/7:37____________ T35______ Collin Klein 7-yard pass to Angelo Pease 1st/13:57____________ UT29_________David Ash 6-yard pass to J. Shipley 1st/3:27_____________ UT25_______________ Joe Bergeron 2-yard run 2nd/13:46___________ UT25________ David Ash 75-yard pass to M. Davis 2nd/1:09____________ UT25______________ Anthony Fera 42-yard FG 4th/9:14____________ UT41________ David Ash 25-yard pass to M. Davis 1st/7:48_____________ K37_________________ James Sims 6-yard run 2nd/5:30____________ T39___ Micha Cummings 10-yard pass to B. Bourbon 2nd/0:03____________ K21________________ Nick Prolago 22-yard FG 4th/8:59____________ K28_________________ James Sims 3-yard run 4th/0:41____________ K11________________ Nick Prolago 32-yard FG OT________________ T25_________________ James Sims 5-yard run 1st/10:30____________ O25__________ J.W. Walsh 2-yard pass to K Staley 2nd/13:22___________ O30_______ Clint Chelf 60-yard pass to I. Anderson 2nd/13:22___________ T40_______ Clint Chelf 33-yard pass to I. Anderson 2nd/8:34____________ T24_________________ J.W. Walsh 2-yard run 2nd/6:18____________ O34___________ Clint 66-yard pass to I. Anderson 3rd/9:54____________ T38_______________Jeremy Smith 17-yard run 3rd/6:22____________ O28________________ Quinn Sharp 51-yard FG 3rd/0:17____________ T22_______________ Joseph Randle 1-yard run 4th/12:35____________ T30_______ Zack Craig 30-yard blocked punt return 1st/3:02_____________ B47_______________ Glasco Martin 1-yard run 2nd/0:05____________ B07_____ Nick Florence 39-yard pass to L. Norwood 3rd/4:50____________ B32________________ Nick Florence 4-yard run 3rd/2:16____________ B43_____ Nick Florence 27-yard pass to L. Sampson 4th/14:44____________ -_______ Eddie Lackey 55-yard interception return 4th/8:58____________ B25_______ Nick Florence 4-yard pass to T. Williams 4th/2:48____________ B30________________ Aaron Jones 22-yard FG OT________________ B25_______________ Glasco Martin 4-yard run 1st/8:31_____________ M26____________ Jordan Wettstein 41-yard FG 1st/5:46_____________ M33_____________Rodrick Williams 2-yard run 2nd/14:26___________ T48_____________ Donnell Kirkwood 3-yard run 3rd/12:07____________ M47____ Philip Nelson 17-yard pass to D. Crawford 4th/13:07____________ M21______Philip Nelson 1-yard pass to D. Goodger

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No. of Opponent Plays Northwestern State_______ 10__________ Northwestern State_______ 4___________ Texas State____________ 7___________ Texas State____________ 12__________ New Mexico____________ 17__________ Iowa State_____________ 0___________ Iowa State_____________ 15__________ Oklahoma_____________ 12__________ Oklahoma_____________ 9___________ Oklahoma_____________ 8___________ Oklahoma_____________ 6___________ Oklahoma_____________ 6___________ Oklahoma_____________ 0___________ Oklahoma_____________ 10__________ West Virginia___________ 5___________ West Virginia___________ 9___________ TCU_________________ 5___________ TCU_________________ 8___________ TCU_________________ 11__________ TCU_________________ 7___________ TCU_________________ 8___________ TCU_________________ 6___________ TCU_________________ 9___________ TCU_________________ 4___________ TCU_________________ 4___________ TCU_________________ 4___________ Kansas State___________ 4___________ Kansas State___________ 8___________ Kansas State___________ 8___________ Kansas State___________ 7___________ Kansas State___________ 5___________ Kansas State___________ 11__________ Kansas State___________ 0___________ Kansas State___________ 5___________ Texas________________ 9___________ Texas________________ 5___________ Texas________________ 1___________ Texas________________ 9___________ Texas________________ 8___________ Kansas_______________ 8___________ Kansas_______________ 5___________ Kansas_______________ 11__________ Kansas_______________ 3___________ Kansas_______________ 9___________ Kansas_______________ 4___________ Oklahoma State_________ 12__________ Oklahoma State_________ 4___________ Oklahoma State_________ 2___________ Oklahoma State_________ 4___________ Oklahoma State_________ 1___________ Oklahoma State_________ 7___________ Oklahoma State_________ 7___________ Oklahoma State_________ 5___________ Oklahoma State_________ 0___________ Baylor_______________ 7___________ Baylor_______________ 8___________ Baylor_______________ 9___________ Baylor_______________ 7___________ Baylor_______________ 0___________ Baylor_______________ 10__________ Baylor_______________ 11__________ Baylor_______________ 4___________ Minnesota_____________ 12__________ Minnesota_____________ 6___________ Minnesota_____________ 9___________ Minnesota_____________ 6___________ Minnesota_____________ 8___________


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POSTSEASON HONORS JACE AMARO All-Big 12 (2nd Team) Midseason College Football News All-America (Second Team) Midseason Phil Steele All-Big 12 (First Team) Midseason CBS Sports All-Big 12 (First Team) College Football Performance Award – National Tight End of the Week (10/15) College Football Performance Award – Honorable Mention National Tight End of the Week (9/17) MICHAEL BREWER Academic All-Big 12 (Second Team) TERRANCE BULLITT All-Big 12 (Honorable Mention) DARTWAN BUSH San Antonio Express-News All-Big 12 (2nd Team) RYAN BUSTIN All-Big 12 (Honorable Mention) Midseason Phil Steele All-Big 12 (Third Team) College Football Performance Award – Honorable Mention National Placekicker of the Week (9/10) Le’RAVEN CLARK Scout.com Freshman All-America (2nd Team) All-Big 12 Offensive Lineman of the Year (Honorable Mention) Academic All-Big 12 (Second Team) CODY DAVIS Capital One Academic All-America (First Team) All-Big 12 Scholar-Athlete of the Year (Honorable Mention) All-Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year (Honorable Mention) All-Big 12 (2nd Team) Academic All-Big 12 (First Team) Midseason College Football News All-America (Third Team) Midseason Phil Steele All-Big 12 (Second Team) National Football Foundation National Scholar-Athlete Award (1-of-15 in the Nation) Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week (10/15) Preseason Phil Steele All-Big 12 (Second Team) Preseason College Sports Madness All-Big 12 (Third Team) Preseason Phil Steele No. 8 Strong Safety (Nationally) SETH DOEGE All-Big 12 (Honorable Mention) Academic All-Big 12 (First Team) AT&T All-America Player of the Week (10/25) Davey O’Brien Award Semifinalist (Top Quarterback) Capital One Cup Impact Performance of the Week (10/25) AT&T All-America Player of the Week Nominee (10/22) Manning Ward Stars of the Week (10/22) College Football Performance Award – National Performer of the Week (10/22) College Football Performance Award – National Quarterback of the Week (10/22) Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week (10/15) Davey O’Brien Award National Quarterback of the Week (10/15) AT&T All-America Player of the Week Nominee (10/15) Manning Award Stars of the Week (10/15) College Football Performance Award – Honorable Mention National Quarterback of the Week (10/15) WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

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College Football Performance Award – National Performer of the Week (9/17) College Football Performance Award – National Quarterback of the Week (9/17) College Football Performance Award – Honorable Mention National Quarterback of the Week (9/10) Maxwell Award Watch List (Top Player) Davey O’Brien Award Watch List (Top Quarterback) Walter Camp Player of the Year Watch List (National Player of the Year) Manning Award Watch List (Top Quarterback – Including Bowl Performance) Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award Watch List (Top Quarterback) Senior Bowl Watch List Preseason Phil Steele No. 34 Quarterback (Nationally) CORNELIUS DOUGLAS All-Big 12 (Honorable Mention) Midseason Phil Steele All-Big 12 (Third Team) Jim Thorpe National Defensive Back of the Week (10/3) Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week (10/1) College Football Performance Award – Honorable Mention National Defensive Back of the Week (10/1) RYAN ERXLEBEN All-Big 12 (Honorable Mention) Academic All-Big 12 (First Team) College Football Performance Award – Honorable Mention National Punter of the Week (10/22) KRAMER FYFE Academic All-Big 12 (First Team) JAKEEM GRANT College Football Performance Award – National Kick Returner of the Week (11/25) SUMMIT HOGUE Academic All-Big 12 (First Team) KERRY HYDER San Antonio Express-News All-Big 12 (1st Team) AP All-Big 12 (1st Team) All-Big 12 Defensive Lineman of the Year (Honorable Mention) All-Big 12 (2nd Team) CBS Sports All-Big 12 (First Team) Midseason Phil Steele All-Big 12 (Second Team) Midseason CBS Sports All-Big 12 (First Team) Midseason ESPN All-Big 12 (First Team) College Football Performance Award – Honorable Mention National Defensive Lineman of the Week (9/3) D.J. JOHNSON All-Big 12 (2nd Team) LEON MACKEY All-Big 12 (Honorable Mention) BRADLEY MARQUEZ Academic All-Big 12 (First Team) TERRY McDANIEL Academic All-Big 12 (First Team) DARRIN MOORE All-Big 12 (2nd Team) College Football Performance Award – Honorable Mention National Wide Receiver of the Week (11/25) Preseason Athlon Sports All-Big 12 (Second Team) Preseason College Football News All-Big 12 (Second Team)

EUGENE NEBOH Academic All-Big 12 (First Team) TRE’ PORTER All-Big 12 (Honorable Mention) WILL SMITH Midseason Phil Steele All-Big 12 (Third Team) Preseason College Sports Madness All-Big 12 (Third Team) Preseason Phil Steele All-Big 12 (Fourth Team) ERIC STEPHENS Preseason Athlon Sports All-Big 12 (Second Team) Doak Walker Award Watch List (Top Running Back) ALEX TORRES Academic All-Big 12 (First Team) LaADRIAN WADDLE San Antonio Express-News All-Big 12 (1st Team) AP All-Big 12 (1st Team) All-Big 12 (1st Team) Midseason Phil Steele All-Big 12 (Second Team) Midseason ESPN All-Big 12 (First Team) Preseason All-Big 12 (First Team) Preseason CBSSports.com All-Big 12 (First Team) Preseason Athlon Sports All-Big 12 (First Team) Preseason Lindy’s All-Big 12 (First Team) Preseason Phil Steele All-Big 12 (First Team) Preseason College Sports Madness All-Big 12 (First Team) Preseason Turfburner.com All-Big 12 (First Team) Preseason College Football News All-Big 12 (Second Team) Outland Trophy Watch List (Top Interior Lineman) Lombardi Award Watch List (Top Lineman or Linebacker) Preseason Yahoo! No. 10 Offensive Lineman (Nationally) Preseason Phil Steele No. 16 Offensive Lineman (Nationally) ERIC WARD San Antonio Express-News All-Big 12 (2nd Team) All-Big 12 (Honorable Mention) Preseason Phil Steele All-Big 12 (Second Team) Preseason College Sports Madness All-Big 12 (Third Team) Biletnikoff Award Watch List (Top Wide Receiver) Preseason Phil Steele No. 51 Wide Receiver (Nationally) KENNY WILLIAMS All-Big 12 (Honorable Mention) AUSTIN ZOUZALIK Academic All-Big 12 (First Team)


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GAME ONE • Texas Tech 44, Northwestern 6

GAME TWO • Texas Tech 58, Texas State 10

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 3 4 FINAL Northwestern State 0 3 0 3 6 Texas Tech 7 17 3 17 44

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 3 4 FINAL Texas Tech 21 17 17 3 58 Texas State 0 10 0 0 10

LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) - Eric Stephens ran for two touchdowns to lead Texas Tech over Northwestern State 44-6 on Saturday night. Stephens, back after a season-ending knee injury last year, finished with 58 yards on 16 carries. The Red Raiders did what they wanted against Northwestern State. The defense succeeded in shutting down the Demons rushing game and quarterback Seth Doege led Texas Tech on scoring drives on five of eight possessions. Doege completed 23 of 34 passes for one touchdown and 199 yards. He threw one interception and completed passes to at least 10 receivers. Bradley Marquez led Texas Tech with 92 yards on seven receptions. Demons quarterback Brad Henderson completed 10 of 19 passes for 70 yards. They got only 84 total yards. It was the first win for the Red Raiders since Oct. 22, when they stunned then-No. 3 Oklahoma to break the Sooners 39-game win streak in Norman. Texas Tech lost its final five games last season when the defense gave up a school-record 471 points and the Red Raiders were outscored in those final five games by an average of 51-20. Twice in three weeks, the defense allowed opponents a school-record 66 points and the season ended with a 5-7 record, failing to make a bowl game for the first time in 11 seasons. With their third coordinator in as many years since coach Tommy Tuberville took over in 2010, the Red Raiders defense have switched to a 4-3 scheme this season and the change proved effective against the FCS team. Texas Tech’s defense, which last season gave up an average of 259 rushing yards and finished last in the nation, kept the Demons running game in check, allowing just 13 yards on 28 carries. Texas Tech got on the board first when Stephens scored on a 4-yard run. He got the Red Raiders second TD from 2 yards out to put them up 14-3 early in the second quarter. On their next possession, Doege, the nation’s leading passer last season, found Kenny Williams for a 2-yard touchdown to give Texas Tech a 24-3 lead at halftime. Doege played just three quarters before backup Michael Brewer came in. Brewer completed 10 of 13 passes for 122 yards and two touchdowns after the Red Raiders had the game sealed. In all, the Red Raiders quarterbacks completed passes to 13 different receivers. Tuberville wants a balance attack on offense, but Saturday’s win had the Red Raiders running more than passing. They finished with 500 total yards, with 179 of those coming on the ground. They ran the ball 46 times and passed it 33. Tech was able to keep the Demons off the field by putting together long drives. At one point, the Red Raiders were eight for eight on third downs and had five possessions with at least 10 plays. The Demons failed to sustain drives. A new wrinkle in their offense, the option, proved ineffective. They were forced to punt on seven of their 12 possessions. Kenny Williams led all Texas Tech rushers with 74 yards on 15 carries.

SAN MARCOS, Texas (AP) - Texas Tech scored a pair of touchdowns in a 51-second span of the opening four and a half minutes of the game, and the Red Raiders coasted to a 58-10 victory over Texas State on Saturday night. Seth Doege passed for 319 yards and a career-tying five touchdowns by completing 25 of 32 for Tech (2-0) in less than three quarters of work. He threw two TDs in the first quarter, his first coming less than a minute after the Tech defense opened the scoring on Cody Davis’ 88-yard interception return. Facing a Big 12 school on home turf for the first time, the Bobcats (1-1) were showing off an expanded, 30,000-seat stadium in front of an overflow crowd of 33,006 a week after pulling off a shocking 30-13 win at Houston. But they fell behind 28-0 and didn’t score until starting quarterback Shaun Rutherford was pulled and backup Tyler Arndt threw a 25-yard TD pass to Terrence Franks with just less than 11 minutes left in the first half. But the damage already had been done, mostly by Doege. His first two scoring passes of 23 yards and 4 yards were completed to Darrin Moore. His third came on a drive that ended the first quarter and opened the second, a 99-yard march that took all of six plays and less than three minutes. It finished when Doege found Alex Torres over the middle of the field for a 23-yard TD. At that point, Doege had completed 11 of 14 for 142 yards and three TDs. Texas State had zero passing yards, with Rutherford 0 for 7 plus the interception that was returned for a touchdown. So Bobcats coach Dennis Franchione, who has returned to San Marcos after coaching at TCU, Alabama and Texas A&M, subbed for Arndt. He went 7 of 11 in the second quarter without being sacked or intercepted. It’s the sort of work that might fare well as the Bobcats play this season in the Western Athletic Conference after spending their first campaign as the Football Bowl Subdivision member as an independent a year ago. But it wasn’t enough against the Big 12’s Tech. Doege answered Arndt’s score a minute and a half later with a 19-yard pass to Jace Amaro. Texas State cut it to 35-10 with Will Johnson’s 38-yard kick with 3:25 to go in the half, but Tech answered that with a field goal, as the first-half horn sounded. Doege directed two more scoring drives before he was done for the night. He hit Javon Bell for an 8-yard scoring pass and finished up after Kenny Williams ran in from 16 yards to give Tech a 52-10 advantage with 4:59 to go in the third quarter.

SCORING SUMMARY TEAM QTR TIME TTU 1st 02:50 NWLA 2nd 14:48 TTU 2nd 11:16 TTU 2nd 06:16 TTU 2nd 01:15 TTU 3rd 06:16 NWLA 4th 14:56 TTU 4th 12:14 TTU 4th 05:46 TTU 4th 01:25

NW STATE TEXAS TECH 6_____________ 37 13____________ 179 71____________ 321 11-21-0_________ 33-47-1 84____________ 500 2-0____________ 2-1 8-88___________ 6-45 3-195__________ 9-567 0-0-0__________ 2-37-0 6-137-0_________ 0-0-0 1-49-0__________ 0-0-0 0-0-0__________ 0-0-0 23:56__________ 36:04 3 of 14__________ 10 of 16 0 of 0__________ 1 of 1 1-1____________ 8-8 1-7____________ 3-14

SCORING PLAY PLAYS-YARDS DRIVE TIME Stephens, Eric 4 yd run 16-79 6:35 Shaughnessy, Jo 47 yd field goal 10-45 3:02 Stephens, Eric 2 yd run 10-75 3:32 Williams, Kenny 2 yd pass from Doege, Seth 12-49 4:06 Bustin, Ryan 31 yd field goal 11-68 3:00 Bustin, Ryan 36 yd field goal 11-65 4:05 Shaughnessy, Jo 46 yd field goal 4--10 1:02 Bustin, Ryan 37 yd field goal 7-55 2:42 Kennard, Marcus 12 yd pass from Brewer, Michael 12-63 4:52 Kennard, Marcus 3 yd pass from Brewer, Michael 7-53 2:59

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 TEAM QTR TIME TTU 1st 11:25 TTU 1st 10:34 TTU 1st 05:56 TTU 2nd 14:08 TXST 2nd 10:54 TTU 2nd 09:24 TXST 2nd 03:25 TTU 2nd 00:00 TTU 3rd 10:03 TTU 3rd 04:59 TTU 3rd 00:00 TTU 4th 08:32

TEXAS TECH TEXAS STATE 32____________ 16 186___________ 129 405___________ 141 33-44-0_________ 13-31-2 591___________ 270 1-1____________ 0-0 7-90___________ 8-94 9-561__________ 3-174 2-7-0__________ 0-0-0 3-89-0__________ 9-193-0 2-106-1_________ 0-0-0 0-0-0__________ 0-0-0 27:48__________ 32:03 7 of 11__________ 6 of 15 0 of 1__________ 1 of 2 5-5____________ 0-0 0-0____________ 0-0

SCORING PLAY PLAYS-YARDS DRIVE TIME Davis, Cody 88 yd interception return Moore, Darrin 23 yd pass from Doege, Seth 3-40 0:48 Moore, Darrin 4 yd pass from Doege, Seth 7-75 2:08 Torres, Alex 23 yd pass from Doege, Seth 6-99 2:46 Franks, T 25 yd pass from Arndt, Tyler 7-80 3:08 Amaro, Jace 19 yd pass from Doege, Seth 4-65 1:21 Johnson, Will 38 yd field goal 12-53 5:52 Bustin, Ryan 38 yd field goal 8-31 3:15 Bell, Javon 8 yd pass from Doege, Seth 6-87 2:25 Williams, Kenny 16 yd run 8-73 3:05 Bustin, Ryan 50 yd field goal 7-1 2:37 Bowman, Andrew 21 yd field goal 9-58 3:39

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GAME THREE • Texas Tech 49, New Mexico 14

GAME FOUR • Texas Tech 24, Iowa State 13

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 3 New Mexico 0 14 0 Texas Tech 14 28 7

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 3 4 FINAL Texas Tech 0 7 7 10 24 Iowa State 7 0 6 0 13

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FINAL 14 49

LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) - Seth Doege threw for six touchdowns and 340 yards to lead Texas Tech past New Mexico 49-14 on Saturday night. Doege threw touchdown passes of 20, 39, 7, 12, 11 and 14 yards and completed 27 of 35 passes before being replaced by backup Michael Brewer early in the third quarter. Eric Ward caught three of Doege’s touchdown passes and Jace Amaro got two of them as the senior quarterback made it look easy for Texas Tech (3-0). The Red Raiders finished with 702 total yards, 325 on the ground. New Mexico (1-2) struggled on offense and alternated starter B.R. Holbrook and backup Cole Gautsche at quarterback throughout the game. The Lobos finished with just 127 yards of offense. The lone bright spot for New Mexico, shut out in the second half, came when Chase Clayton returned a kickoff 98 yards for a touchdown to pull the Lobos within 28-14. Doege, who is in his second year as starter, became the ninth Red Raiders quarterback to pass for 5,000 yards when he found Bradley Marquez for an 18-yard completion in the first quarter. He got his 500th completion, the seventh Texas Tech quarterback to do so, when Marquez caught a 4-yard pass from him in the second quarter. Eric Stephens lead Texas Tech’s rushers with 118 yards on 12 carries and Kenny Williams had 105 yards on 14 carries. Texas Tech’s defense showed why it was in the top 10 nationally coming into the game. The Red Raiders contained the pistol option the Lobos tried to use to keep Texas Tech’s potent offense off the field. Only once did New Mexico consume substantial time off the clock. The Lobos had a 17-play drive that took 7:41 bridging the first and second quarters and led to their first score when Demarcus Rogers ran for a 2-yard TD to make it 14-7. It was the Lobos’ first score in five quarters after they were shut out by Texas 45-0 last week, but it showed how they hoped to slow the Red Raiders’ offense. Doege was sharp all night. On the drive that led to his third touchdown pass to Ward that made it 28-7, he completed 7 of 8 passes during an 11-play drive. Clayton muted most of the 58,955 Red Raiders fans on the next play when he took the kickoff and went nearly untouched along the sideline for a touchdown. It was Clayton’s second kickoff return for a touchdown this season. He got the first one, also for 98 yards, in the season opener during a 66-21 win over Southern. New Mexico’s offense sputtered early, crossing into Texas Tech territory only once in the first quarter. Early in that drive Holbrook, who started the game, went out and Gautsche came in and together they took the Lobos down the field.

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 TEAM QTR TIME TTU 1st 11:05 TTU 1st 06:22 NM 2nd 13:41 TTU 2nd 07:57 TTU 2nd 02:19 NM 2nd 02:06 TTU 2nd 00:34 TTU 2nd 00:05 TTU 3rd 12:35

NEW MEXICO TEXAS TECH 8_____________ 38 84____________ 325 43____________ 377 6-12-0__________ 33-45-0 127___________ 702 0-0____________ 2-1 4-37___________ 8-90 3-195__________ 7-442 0-0-0__________ 2-8-0 6-177-1_________ 2-50-0 0-0-0__________ 0-0-0 0-0-0__________ 0-0-0 25:43__________ 34:17 2 of 11__________ 8 of 13 1 of 2__________ 1 of 2 1-1____________ 5-7 1-9____________ 2-14

SCORING PLAY PLAYS-YARDS DRIVE TIME Ward, Eric 20 yd pass from Doege, Seth 8-57 2:40 Stephens, Eric 21 yd run 9-75 2:27 ROGERS, D. 2 yd run 17-79 7:41 Ward, Eric 39 yd pass from Doege, Seth 7-63 2:20 Ward, Eric 7 yd pass from Doege, Seth 11-90 4:03 CLAYTON, Chase 98 yd kickoff return Amaro, Jace 9 yd pass from Doege, Seth 7-79 1:32 Moore, Darrin 11 yd pass from Doege, Seth 5-23 0:29 Amaro, Jace 14 yd pass from Doege, Seth 6-71 2:25

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AMES, Iowa (AP) - Seth Doege tossed three touchdown passes and Texas Tech held off host Iowa State 24-13 on Saturday night in the Big 12 opener for both teams. Doege threw for 331 yards to lead the unbeaten Red Raiders (4-0, 1-0), who held Iowa State to just 189 yards of offense. Doege’s 19-yard TD pass to Eric Ward put Tech up 21-13 with 10:36 left, and Ryan Bustin added a 39-yard field goal with 2:20 to go. James White had 57 yards rushing for the Cyclones (3-1, 0-1). Iowa State’s Steele Jantz had one of the worst nights of his career, throwing for just 73 yards on 10 of 20 passing to go with three interceptions and a fumble. The pick that Tech turned into the go-ahead touchdown wasn’t his fault. But the fumble that sealed Iowa State’s fate was all on him. Ernst Brun caught the ball near midfield, but the ball popped out after he was drilled by D.J. Johnson. Cornelius Douglas brought the ball back to Iowa State’s 9-yard line, and after a holding penalty, Doege found Ward for the score. The Cyclones then got into Red Raiders territory with just under seven minutes left when the ball slipped out of Jantz’s hands on a scramble. Texas Tech recovered near midfield and ran down the clock before Bustin’s decisive field goal. Jantz also gained just 14 yards on 19 rushes, and his final interception came in the Tech end zone with 57 seconds left. Jantz threw for just three measly yards on seven passes in the first half. But he picked up 21 yards on a crucial 3rd-down-and-20 and found Brun in the back corner of the end zone to put the Cyclones ahead 13-7. It all went downhill from there for the Cyclones. Tech answered right back on Doege’s 4-yard TD pass to Darrin Moore that made it 14-13 Red Raiders with 1:01 left in the third quarter. The Cyclones forced Texas Tech into a 41-yard field goal try by Bustin that was wide right early in the fourth quarter, but a relatively solid night defensively for Iowa State went unrewarded. The Cyclones held the Red Raiders to just 63 yards rushing and a season-low 24 points. Texas Tech rolled over its first three opponents -Northwestern State, Texas State and New Mexico with such ease that the Red Raiders entered play ranked first in the nation in total defense and second in total offense. Tech, which lost to Iowa State 41-7 in 2011, realized this wouldn’t be another easy romp. The Red Raiders punted as many times in the first seven minutes, twice, as it had all season. The Cyclones also kept getting in Doege’s face, and on a key third down Doege threw it right to Klein, who took it back 87 yards for the touchdown. But Klein missed a tackle on Texas Tech’s Jakeem Grant on an 11-yard TD reception that tied the game at 7 with 1:32 left in the first half. Texas Tech’s defense would prove worthy of its ranking in the national standings, holding Iowa State to 3.3 yards per play and making it pay for Jantz’s mistakes. 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 TEAM QTR TIME ISU 1st 01:42 TTU 2nd 01:32 ISU 3rd 04:26 TTU 3rd 01:01 TTU 4th 10:36 TTU 4th 02:20

TEXAS TECH IOWA STATE 20____________ 13 63____________ 116 332___________ 73 31-47-2_________ 10-20-3 395___________ 189 2-0____________ 1-1 11-80__________ 3-32 5-272__________ 3-187 2-31-0__________ 2-19-0 3-69-0__________ 3-25-0 3-40-0__________ 2-87-1 1-2-0__________ 0-0-0 34:37__________ 25:23 7 of 16__________ 5 of 14 0 of 0__________ 1 of 1 3-4____________ 1-1 4-24___________ 3-35

SCORING PLAY PLAYS-YARDS DRIVE TIME Klein, A.J. 87 yd interception return Grant, Jakeem 11 yd pass from Doege, Seth 9-46 4:30 Brun, Ernst 5 yd pass from Jantz, Steele 15-74 6:36 Moore, Darrin 4 yd pass from Doege, Seth 8-71 3:19 Ward, Eric 19 yd pass from Doege, Seth 1-9 0:33 Bustin, Ryan 39 yd field goal 10-29 4:30


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GAME FIVE • Oklahoma 41, Texas Tech 20

GAME SIX • Texas Tech 49, West Virginia 14

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 3 4 FINAL Oklahoma 7 17 17 0 41 Texas Tech 7 6 0 7 20

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 3 4 FINAL West Virginia 7 0 0 7 14 Texas Tech 14 21 7 7 49

LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) - Landry Jones passed for two touchdowns, Blake Bell ran for two more and No. 17 Oklahoma beat Texas Tech 41-20 on Saturday, avenging the Sooners’ home loss to the Red Raiders last season. The win was crucial for Oklahoma to remain in the conversation for the Big 12 title. Both of Jones’ touchdown passes went for 13 yards - one each to Justin Brown and Kenny Stills. Bell, in at quarterback, scored his touchdowns from a yard out. Javon Harris put the game out of reach midway through the third quarter when he returned an interception 46 yards for a TD to put the Sooners (3-1, 1-1) up 38-13. The Red Raiders had their worst defensive performance this year, giving up 380 total yards after coming in ranked No. 1 in the nation. Seth Doege was 22 of 36 for 203 yards and had three interceptions for Texas Tech (4-1, 1-1). The win was sweet for the Sooners, who lost 41-38 to the Red Raiders last season - a defeat that broke Oklahoma’s 39-game win streak in Norman. t was the first time the Sooners won in Lubbock since 2003. It also upped the Sooners’ record to 19-0 in games following a loss going back to 2004. They lost two weeks ago at home 24-19 to Kansas State. OU also avoided having back-to-back Big 12 losses under coach Bob Stoops. Harris got his second interception of the season and a touchdown in the third quarter when Doege threw his third pick of the day. The ball was tipped in the secondary and Harris ran 46 yards for the score to put the Sooners up 38-13. OU went up 31-13 early in the third quarter on a 1-yard run by Bell. The Sooners got the ball after Texas Tech failed to get a first down on a fourth-and-5 play from the OU 36. Doege got sacked for a 10-yard loss by Frank Shannon and the Sooners took over from their own 46. In the first half Oklahoma’s offensive line gave Jones ample time to pass. He completed 10 of 14 passes for 121 yards in the second quarter after completing just six passes for 54 yards in the first. Oklahoma extended its lead to 24-13 off Doege’s second interception. Safety Aaron Colvin grabbed the ball out of the air near the line of scrimmage and returned it to Texas Tech’s 41. The Sooners drive stalled at the 16 and the Sooners had to settle for a field goal. Jones got his 100th career touchdown pass on OU’s previous possession when he found Kenny Stills in far corner of the end zone for a 13-yard touchdown that put the Sooners up 21-13 OU missed out a scoring opportunity in the first quarter when a pass from Doege was tipped and intercepted by Jamarkus McFarland at the Red Raiders’ 17. McFarland, a tackle, ran 13 yards to the 4 before Doege hit him and he fumbled. Texas Tech receiver Tyson Williams recovered the ball and the Red Raiders resumed their drive. Texas Tech got only a 35-yard field goal out of that possession to take a 10-7 early in the second quarter.

LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) - Seth Doege passed for six touchdowns and a career-high 499 yards while Texas Tech’s defense shut down Geno Smith and No. 5 West Virginia as the Red Raiders upset the Mountaineers 49-14 on Saturday. Red Raider fans stormed the field after the win, the most lopsided Texas Tech victory ever over a team ranked in the top five. Texas Tech’s defense consistently stymied West Virginia’s offense. Heisman Trophy hopeful Smith completed 29 of 55 passes for 275 yards but couldn’t get the ball in the end zone. The Red Raiders offense had no such trouble. “When you don’t have a pass rush it’s a lot easier to make your reads,” said Doege, who threw TD passes of 39, 19, 16, 2, 29 and 7 yards. He completed 32 of 42 passes and the six touchdowns matched his career-high. Darrin Moore caught three touchdown passes, which tied his career-high. Texas Tech (5-1, 2-1) had 18 plays of 15 yards or more, including a 61-yard pass to Jace Amaro and a 53-yard touchdown run by Sadale Foster. Amaro finished with five receptions for 156 yards. The Mountaineers (5-1, 2-1) last week converted all five fourth-down tries in their 48-45 win at Texas, but against the Red Raiders they made just two of seven. Doege had one interception, an improvement over the five he’d thrown in the previous two games. The win for Texas Tech was the second over a top 10 team in as many seasons. The Red Raiders beat then-No. 3 Oklahoma 41-38 to break the Sooners’ 39-game win streak in Norman. On seven first-half possessions the Red Raiders scored touchdowns on five. Texas Tech wasn’t as efficient in the second half but by then they were so far ahead it didn’t matter. The Mountaineers fell short of their scoring average (52) by 38 points and got just one touchdown in the second half and that came when the game was already out of reach. Dustin Garrison scored on a 2-yard run in the fourth quarter to make it 49-14. The Mountaineers had the third-worst pass defense coming into the game (336 yards) and didn’t do anything to improve on that. The Red Raiders, meanwhile, started fast and kept the Mountaineers off balance. By the time it was all over, they had 168 rushing yards on 29 carries and passed the ball 43 times.

SCORING SUMMARY TEAM QTR TIME OU 1st 10:59 TTU 1st 07:11 TTU 2nd 14:22 OU 2nd 11:08 TTU 2nd 06:58 OU 2nd 03:27 OU 2nd 00:31 OU 3rd 09:13 OU 3rd 08:40 OU 3rd 00:47 TTU 4th 00:56

OKLAHOMA TEXAS TECH 22____________ 21 121___________ 89 259___________ 271 25-40-0_________ 26-41-3 380___________ 360 2-1____________ 1-0 5-42___________ 4-33 8-511__________ 5-304 1--3-0__________ 0-0-0 2-28-0__________ 3-63-0 3-65-1__________ 0-0-0 0-0-0__________ 0-0-0 29:38__________ 30:22 8 of 14__________ 9 of 15 0 of 0__________ 0 of 1 6-6____________ 3-3 2-18___________ 0-0

SCORING PLAY PLAYS-YARDS DRIVE TIME Brown, Justin 13 yd pass from Jones,Landry 12-75 4:01 Williams, Kenny 7 yd run 9-71 3:48 Bustin, Ryan 35 yd field goal 13-78 4:56 Bell,Blake 1 yd run 9-66 3:14 Bustin, Ryan 43 yd field goal 9-54 4:10 Stills,Kenny 13 yd pass from Jones,Landry 8-75 3:31 Hunnicutt,Mike 33 yd field goal 6-25 1:07 Bell,Blake 1 yd run 6-54 3:08 Harris,Javon 46 yd interception return Hunnicutt,Mike 42 yd field goal 10-32 5:59 Foster, SaDale 3 yd run 10-86 4:29

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 TEAM QTR TIME TTU 1st 13:04 TTU 1st 06:00 WVU 1st 04:21 TTU 2nd 09:02 TTU 2nd 02:04 TTU 2nd 00:35 TTU 3rd 03:30 TTU 4th 05:37 WVU 4th 02:41

WEST VIRGINIA TEXAS TECH 25____________ 30 133___________ 168 275___________ 508 29-55-0_________ 33-43-1 408___________ 676 2-0____________ 1-1 2-10___________ 5-41 3-195__________ 8-421 1-0-0__________ 1-0-0 4-59-0__________ 1-30-0 1-0-0__________ 0-0-0 0-0-0__________ 0-0-0 30:18__________ 29:42 9 of 21__________ 5 of 10 2 of 7__________ 2 of 2 2-4____________ 4-5 1-7____________ 0-0

SCORING PLAY PLAYS-YARDS DRIVE TIME Amaro, Jace 39 yd pass from Doege, Seth 6-75 1:56 Ward, Eric 19 yd pass from Doege, Seth 12-69 3:27 Bailey, Stedman 7 yd pass from Smith, Geno 5-54 1:39 Kennard, Marcus 16 yd pass from Doege, Seth 3-82 0:52 Moore, Darrin 2 yd pass from Doege, Seth 9-86 3:44 Foster, SaDale 53 yd run 3-67 0:21 Moore, Darrin 29 yd pass from Doege, Seth 4-69 1:31 Moore, Darrin 7 yd pass from Doege, Seth 15-98 8:22 Garrison, D. 2 yd run 9-73 2:56

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GAME SEVEN • Texas Tech 56, TCU 53 (3OT)

GAME EIGHT • Kansas State 55, Texas Tech 24

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 FINAL Texas Tech 7 14 0 15 7 7 6 56 TCU 10 10 3 13 7 7 3 53

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 3 4 FINAL Texas Tech 7 3 7 7 24 Kansas State 3 10 21 21 55

FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) - Seth Doege stood in the pocket and completed the pass to Alex Torres like he has so many times in practice. There was another throw in the second overtime that was pretty sweet, too. Doege’s career-best seven touchdowns passes came in a variety of ways, and No. 18 Texas Tech needed every one of them on Saturday. Doege found Torres for an 8-yard score in the third overtime after tossing a 25-yard TD to Jakeem Grant on an unconventional play in the second extra period, helping the Red Raiders top TCU 56-53 in the first league meeting between the teams since 1995. After the Red Raiders (6-1, 3-1 Big 12) blew a 10-point lead late in regulation, Doege threw for a touchdown in each of the three overtimes. The last one came after TCU had to settle for freshman Jaden Oberkrom’s Big 12-record sixth field goal to start the final extra period. Texas Tech began the second overtime in a wildcat formation, with Doege lined up wide. Two other players touched the ball before it got to Doege in the backfield on a play they had practiced for three weeks. TCU (5-2, 2-2), the Big 12 newcomer, has lost consecutive home games in a single season for the first time since it dropped its final two home games of 1998. Two weeks ago, the Horned Frogs lost their first Big 12 home game to Iowa State. It was the most combined points ever for Texas Tech, and the second-most for TCU. Doege completed 30 of 42 passes for 318 yards, including a 6-yard TD pass to Eric Ward in the first overtime, and Texas Tech quickly became bowl eligible a year after its first losing season since 1992. The Red Raiders were coming off an impressive 49-14 victory over then-No. 5 West Virginia. And the Red Raiders almost let this game slip away. Tech led 36-26 when Kenny Williams busted loose for a 47-yard touchdown run with 4:06 left in regulation. That came after TCU was held to a three-and-out following Doege’s 8-yard TD pass to Torres and 2-point conversion. Trevone Boykin threw a 60-yard TD pass to LaDarius Brown with 2:25 left before the Frogs failed to recover an onside kick. But they held to Tech to 1 yard before a punt, setting up a nine-play, 56-yard drive capped by Oberkrom’s 42-yard field goal with 18 seconds left. Boykin, the redshirt freshman who this month replaced second-year starter Casey Pachall, was 26 of 44 for 332 yards with four touchdowns and two interceptions. TCU had the first shot in overtime, and Boykin threw an 8-yard TD pass to Josh Boyce on the fourth play. Ward’s third TD catch tied it again. He finished with six catches for 61 yards. After the wildcat score to start the second overtime, Boykin responded with a 7-yard TD pass to B.J. Catalon. Skye Dawson had 10 catches for 154 yards and a touchdown for TCU, a 19-yarder less than 2 1/2 minutes into the game. The Red Raiders were down 17-7 before two touchdowns in a span of just over 3 minutes in the second quarter. They surprised TCU with an onside kick that led to the second score in that span after a replay review overturned an official’s ruling of incomplete pass.

MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) - Texas Tech fell 55-24 to the No. 4 Kansas State Wildcats on Saturday. Colin Klein led the Wildcats as he completed 19 of 26 passes for 233 yards and two touchdowns, and had 83 yards and two more scores on the ground. John Hubert added 64 yards and two rushing TDs, and Angelo Pease also scored for Kansas State, which came into the game trailing only Alabama and Florida in the BCS standings. Seth Doege threw for 331 yards and two touchdowns for the Red Raiders (6-2, 3-2) Texas Tech jumped out of the gates quickly in the first half. Doege took advantage of soft coverage on the opening series of the game, completing six of his first eight passes. An encroachment penalty on third down kept the drive alive, and Doege finished it off with a 32-yard touchdown toss to Eric Ward. The Wildcats, meanwhile, couldn’t get anything going. Klein was sacked to end their first series, and had a pass tipped on third down to end their second. By the end of the quarter, Kansas State had just 19 yards of offense. The defense provided a jolt late in the quarter when Meshak Williams delivered a crushing blindside hit on Doege, popping the ball loose. Jarrel Childs went the other way for what appeared to be a 74-yard TD return, but an illegal block brought the ball back to the Texas Tech 14. Kansas State had to settle for Anthony Cantele’s 34-yard field goal. Ryan Bustin matched it with a 37-yarder to cap the Red Raiders’ next possession, but Kansas State started moving the ball. Hubert capped off its ensuing drive by winning a race to the pylon after getting stood up at the line of scrimmage to make it 10-all. “When it came down to making plays to finish,” Doege said, “we just didn’t make them.” Near the end of the half, Kansas State’s quick-strike offense set up a 19-yarder by Cantele for the halftime lead. Ward had a big day for the Red Raiders as picked up 161 receiving yards and two touchdowns. “We moved the ball, made a lot of yardage, but you can’t turn it over,” Texas Tech coach Tommy Tuberville said. “I think we gave up 17, 20 points on offense and our kicking game today.”

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1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th OT OT OT OT OT OT

12:37 04:55 00:49 08:13 06:37 03:28 00:22 04:09 14:49 06:40 04:06 02:25 00:18 15:00 15:00 15:00 15:00 15:00 15:00

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TEXAS TECH TCU 21____________ 28 71____________ 184 318___________ 332 30-42-0_________ 26-47-2 389___________ 516 0-0____________ 2-1 9-90___________ 8-62 5-299__________ 8-512 0-0-0__________ 5-61-0 2-26-0__________ 4-50-0 2-15-0__________ 0-0-0 0-0-0__________ 0-0-0 27:43__________ 32:17 5 of 13__________ 5 of 17 0 of 0__________ 1 of 1 4-4____________ 7-7 2-12___________ 3-21

Dawson, Skye 19 yd pass from Boykin, Trevone Ward, Eric 5 yd pass from Doege, Seth Oberkrom, Jaden 32 yd field goal Tucker, Matthew 4 yd run Moore, Darrin 33 yd pass from Doege, Seth Ward, Eric 29 yd pass from Doege, Seth Oberkrom, Jaden 41 yd field goal Oberkrom, Jaden 32 yd field goal Oberkrom, Jaden 45 yd field goal Torres, Alex 8 yd pass from Doege, Seth Williams, Kenny 47 yd run Brown, LaDarius 60 yd pass from Boykin, Trevone Oberkrom, Jaden 42 yd field goal Boyce, Josh 8 yd pass from Boykin, Trevone Ward, Eric 6 yd pass from Doege, Seth Grant, Jakeem 25 yd pass from Doege, Seth Catalon, B.J. 7 yd pass from Boykin, Trevone Oberkrom, Jaden 38 yd field goal Torres, Alex 8 yd pass from Doege, Seth

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PLAYS-YARDS DRIVE TIME 5-75 6-33 8-60 8-31 4-70 7-51 11-52 7-45 8-27 10-80 4-62 6-74 9-56 4-25 4-25 1-25 4-25 4-4 4-25

2:23 2:47 4:06 4:43 1:36 3:04 2:57 3:41 2:39 3:51 1:27 1:36 1:02 0:00 0:00 0:00 0:00 0:00 0:00

SCORING SUMMARY TEAM QTR TIME TTU 1st 11:46 KS 1st 00:15 TTU 2nd 12:37 KS 2nd 08:45 KS 2nd 01:35 KS 3rd 11:31 KS 3rd 10:32 TTU 3rd 06:18 KS 3rd 04:29 KS 4th 12:48 KS 4th 11:47 KS 4th 07:37 TTU 4th 02:33

TEXAS TECH KANSAS STATE 26____________ 30 111___________ 193 331___________ 233 35-50-1_________ 19-27-0 442___________ 426 2-2____________ 1-0 6-80___________ 5-45 5-260__________ 10-614 0-0-0__________ 0-0-0 7-116-0_________ 4-59-0 0-0-0__________ 1-37-1 0-0-0__________ 2-75-0 29:26__________ 30:34 6 of 13__________ 6 of 11 1 of 1__________ 0 of 0 3-3____________ 6-6 1-7____________ 2-8

SCORING PLAY Ward, Eric 32 yd pass from Doege, Seth Cantele, A. 34 yd field goal Bustin, Ryan 37 yd field goal Hubert, John 4 yd run Cantele, A. 19 yd field goal Thompson, T. 21 yd pass from Klein, Collin Klein, Collin 16 yd run Foster, SaDale 8 yd run Klein, Collin 22 yd run Hubert, John 15 yd run Brown, Arthur 37 yd interception return Pease, Angelo 7 yd pass from Klein, Collin Ward, Eric 4 yd pass from Doege, Seth

PLAYS-YARDS DRIVE TIME 9-75 3:14 4--3 1:34 9-58 2:38 8-59 3:52 8-65 3:24 7-75 3:29 2-20 0:43 11-75 4:14 5-74 1:49 11-70 5:04 5-35 12-80

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GAME NINE • Texas 31, Texas Tech 22

GAME TEN • Texas Tech 41, Kansas 34 (2OT)

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 3 4 FINAL Texas 14 10 0 7 31 Texas Tech 7 6 9 0 22

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 3 4 1 2 FINAL Kansas 7 10 0 10 7 0 34 Texas Tech 7 14 3 3 7 7 41

LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) - Seth Doege led Texas Tech into the red zone numerous times against Texas on Saturday. Problem was the No. 20 Red Raiders didn’t get much out of those visits, and Doege had a simple explanation after the Longhorns’ 31-22 victory. “Penalties,” said the senior quarterback, who got just one touchdown against the Longhorns. “I don’t think I have to explain much of it. Every time that we didn’t get points, the majority of the time it was penalties that kept us from it.” Texas Tech coach Tommy Tuberville said the timing of those penalties didn’t work in the Red Raiders’ favor. “It absolutely took us out of it,” he said. “Hopefully we can play better for the next three games and get into a good bowl game. It’s just hard to play so well at times and then play so poorly at times and have inopportune penalties. It absolutely took us out of it.” David Ash threw for three touchdowns and 264 yards to lead Texas and freshman Johnathan Gray got his second straight 100-yard rushing game with 106 yards on 20 carries. Texas Tech was down three defensive backs to injuries - Cornelius Douglas, Tre’ Porter and Jarvis Phillips. Mike Davis picked up 165 yards and two touchdowns on four catches, one a 75-yarder from Ash in the second quarter for the Longhorns (7-2, 4-2 Big 12). It was the third straight win for Texas, which remains alive in the Big 12 race. Doege completed 26 of 44 passes for 329 yards for Texas Tech (6-3, 3-3). Penalties hurt Texas Tech, including a touchdown being called back in the fourth quarter for holding. Once in the red zone, the Red Raiders had trouble getting touchdowns and settled for field goals four times. Ash found Davis twice for big gains in the first half, once on a deep post route for a 54-yard gain to the Red Raiders 2. Joe Bergeron scored on the next play from 2 yards out to put the Longhorns up 14-7. On the first play of Texas’ next possession, Ash hit Davis again on a deep route over the middle and he ran it in for a 75-yard touchdown to put the Longhorns up 21-10. Down 31-22 the Red Raiders looked like they scored a touchdown when Kenny Williams ran it in from the 2. A penalty negated the touchdown. The Longhorns kept Texas Tech from getting a first down and Carrington Byndom blocked a 23-yard field goal try to seal the win for Texas. Texas Tech scored late in the third quarter to make it 24-22 after going for it on fourth-and-1 from UT’s 32. Eric Stephens took the snap as the wildcat and ran toward the near side of the field and handed the ball off to SaDale Foster who went around end on the other side of the line, picking up 15 yards to the Texas 17. The Red Raiders went for 2 but Byndom broke up Doege’s fade pass to the corner of the end zone intended for Marcus Kennard.

LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) - No. 25 Texas Tech has practiced the play that gave the Red Raiders a 41-34 double overtime win over Kansas on Saturday - not always with the best results. Eric Stephens took the snap out of the wildcat formation, rolled to his right and threw a 3-yard jump pass to Darrin Moore for the winning touchdown. ‘’It’s been hit or miss in practice, but I just had a really good feeling about it,’’ quarterback Seth Doege said. ‘’I think Eric’s one of those guys when you call his number, he’s going to get the job done.’’ Kansas quarterback Michael Cummings couldn’t connect with Tre’ Parmalee in the end zone on fourth-and-9 for Kansas to end the Jayhawks’ chances. The two teams traded touchdowns in the first overtime. Cummings found James Sims for a 5-yard score to put Kansas up 34-27. Stephens tied it at 34 on a 1-yard run. The Jayhawks (1-9, 0-7 Big 12) came from behind in the fourth quarter and sent the game into overtime on a 32-yard field goal by Nick Prolago with under a minute remaining in regulation. Those points were set up by a 44-yard run by Cummings on fourth-and-3 from the Jayhawks 36 that took the ball down to the Texas Tech 20. ‘’Michael runs down there and keeps the ball and almost takes it to the house,’’ Kansas coach Charlie Weis said. ‘’With my luck, he would have taken it to the house too quickly because, as it was, they came down the field and had a chance to win right there.’’ Doege completed 45 of 59 passes for three touchdowns and 476 yards for Texas Tech (7-3, 4-3). He had one interception in the second quarter that seemed to give the Jayhawks belief they could upset the Red Raiders. The Jayhawks outscored the Red Raiders 20-6 in regulation after the interception. Tony Pierson had a career-high 202 rushing yards on 16 carries for Kansas, which lost its ninth in a row and 19th straight Big 12 game. Pierson also got the longest run from scrimmage this season for the Jayhawks when he scampered 69 yards to set up Sims’ 3-yard run that pulled Kansas within 27-24 with about nine minutes remaining in the game. Sims, the junior from Irving, Texas, got his sixth game with more than 100 yards, becoming the first Jayhawk to do so since 1961. He finished with 127 yards on 30 carries. The win ended a two-game skid for the Red Raiders, following losses to Texas and Kansas State. Doege’s completion to Tyson Williams at the Kansas 20 with six seconds remaining in regulation was called back after a review because Doege’s knee hit the ground after he fumbled the snap. Then Ryan Bustin missed to the left by about a yard on a 41-yard field goal attempt in high winds that would have won the game at the end of regulation. Texas Tech was 18th in the country in total defense coming into the game, giving up an average of 314 yards per game. Against the Jayhawks they gave up 419 yards. Texas Tech coach Tommy Tuberville said his team played well in spurts in the second half. ‘’We weren’t able to make big plays like we thought we could,’’ he said. ‘’They made us earn it. There were times we were on the edge of breaking that thing open. We just weren’t able to do that.’’ For a second straight week, the Red Raiders had some trouble when they got into the red zone. Last week, in the loss to Texas, they went for field goals four times after they stalled inside the 20. This week they got two field goals after failing to get into the end zone.

SCORING SUMMARY TEAM QTR TIME UT 1st 09:02 TTU 1st 05:52 UT 1st 03:27 TTU 2nd 13:56 UT 2nd 13:46 TTU 2nd 05:03 UT 2nd 01:09 TTU 3rd 06:39 TTU 3rd 01:35 UT 4th 09:14

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TEXAS TEXAS TECH 18____________ 25 163___________ 112 264___________ 329 11-19-0_________ 26-44-0 427___________ 441 1-0____________ 0-0 8-64___________ 9-85 6-404__________ 6-390 0-0-0__________ 2-41-0 1-27-0__________ 1-40-0 0-0-0__________ 0-0-0 0-0-0__________ 0-0-0 30:30__________ 29:30 5 of 11__________ 4 of 14 1 of 1__________ 2 of 3 3-3____________ 5-6 1-8____________ 0-0

SCORING PLAY PLAYS-YARDS DRIVE TIME Shipley, Jaxon 6 yd pass from Ash, David 9-71 4:55 Williams, Kenny 1 yd run 9-75 3:10 Bergeron, Joe 2 yd run 5-75 2:25 Bustin, Ryan 29 yd field goal 12-63 4:31 Davis, Mike 75 yd pass from Ash, David 1-75 0:10 Bustin, Ryan 41 yd field goal 8-23 4:46 Fera, Anthony 42 yd field goal 9-50 3:54 Bustin, Ryan 33 yd field goal 12-76 4:03 Stephens, Eric 10 yd pass from Doege, Seth 8-56 3:28 Davis, Mike 25 yd pass from Ash, David 8-59 4:23

SCORING SUMMARY TEAM QTR TIME TTU 1st 11:40 KU 1st 07:48 TTU 2nd 14:55 TTU 2nd 12:20 KU 2nd 05:30 KU 2nd 00:03 TTU 3rd 00:28 TTU 4th 10:12 KU 4th 08:59 KU 4th 00:41 KU OT 15:00 TTU OT 15:00 TTU OT 15:00

KANSAS TEXAS TECH 19____________ 29 390___________ 63 29____________ 508 6-15-0__________ 47-61-1 419___________ 571 0-0____________ 0-0 3-25___________ 7-74 6-362__________ 6-378 0-0-0__________ 3-31-0 2-53-0__________ 2-32-0 1-32-0__________ 0-0-0 0-0-0__________ 0-0-0 31:55__________ 28:05 3 of 14__________ 6 of 14 1 of 2__________ 1 of 2 6-7____________ 7-8 1-5____________ 2-16

SCORING PLAY PLAYS-YARDS DRIVE TIME Grant, Jakeem 9 yd pass from Doege, Seth 11-75 3:20 Sims, James 6 yd run 8-63 3:52 Williams, Tyson 16 yd pass from Doege, Seth 5-54 1:53 Moore, Darrin 6 yd pass from Doege, Seth 4-57 1:03 Bourbon, Brando 10 yd pass from Cummings, Micha 5-39 1:57 Prolago, Nick 22 yd field goal 11-74 3:41 Bustin, Ryan 29 yd field goal 9-71 3:03 Bustin, Ryan 27 yd field goal 12-59 3:45 Sims, James 3 yd run 3-72 1:13 Prolago, Nick 32 yd field goal 9-75 4:11 Sims, James 5 yd pass from Cummings, Micha 4-25 0:00 Stephens, Eric 1 yd run 4-25 0:00 Moore, Darrin 3 yd pass from Stephens, Eric 4-25 0:00

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GAME ELEVEN • Okla. State 59, Texas Tech 21

GAME TWELVE • Baylor 52, Texas Tech 45 (OT)

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 3 4 FINAL Texas Tech 0 14 0 7 21 Oklahoma State 7 28 17 7 59

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 3 4 1 FINAL Baylor 7 7 14 17 7 52 Texas Tech 14 7 10 14 0 45

STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) - Isaiah Anderson had a career-best 174 yards receiving and caught three long touchdown passes from Clint Chelf in his final home game, leading Oklahoma State to a 59-21 win against No. 23 Texas Tech on Saturday. Zack Craig blocked a pair of punts, returning one for a touchdown, as the Cowboys (7-3, 5-2 Big 12) won their fourth straight in the series and the second in a row in decisive fashion. The Red Raiders’ 66-6 loss in last season’s game was the most lopsided defeat in the program’s history. Chelf passed for 229 yards in his second career start. J.W. Walsh, who had what coach Mike Gundy called a season-ending injury four weeks ago, ran for one touchdown and threw for another out of a short-yardage package. Seth Doege threw for 230 yards with two interceptions and a single touchdown pass for Texas Tech (7-4, 4-4). He started the day leading the Bowl Subdivision with 34 touchdown passes this season. The Red Raiders had a chance to pass the defending conference champions in the Big 12 standings, and perhaps secure a better bowl destination, but instead dropped their fifth straight game in Stillwater. During a pregame ceremony, Oklahoma State observed a moment of silence to mark the one-year anniversary of the plane crash that killed women’s basketball coach Kurt Budke, assistant Miranda Serna and two others. The Cowboys had expected big things out of Anderson after a strong training camp, but he had been limited so far this season by an injury. He was one of the team’s most experienced receivers, with the departure of first-round NFL draft pick Justin Blackmon and Josh Cooper - who also ended up in the NFL. Anderson was on the receiving end of scoring passes of 60, 33 and 66 yards from Chelf and ended up with nearly three times his previous career-best of 64 yards receiving in a game. Sparked by a series of big plays on defense and special teams, Oklahoma State’s offense got clicking to break the game open with 28 consecutive points in the second quarter. The Cowboys sacked Doege three times in the first half and Tyler Johnson was pressuring him again to force an ill-advised throw that Shamiel Gary intercepted. Just two plays later, Chelf connected with Anderson on a 33-yard flea flicker pass to push the Oklahoma State advantage to 21-7. Tech couldn’t respond and followed that by going three-and-out, with Craig rushing in to block Ryan Erxleben’s punt and keep Oklahoma State’s roll going. Walsh finished the ensuing drive with a 2-yard TD run on a quarterback keeper, and Chelf threw his 66-yard touchdown pass to Anderson on the first play after another Red Raiders three-and-out. Doege threw a 2-yard TD pass to Tyson Williams with 15 seconds left before halftime, and the Red Raiders got the ball to start the second half. But Doege’s second interception - directly into the arms of retreating defensive tackle James Castleman - ended that drive and any momentum for Tech. Joseph Randle and Jeremy Smith each tacked on touchdown runs for Oklahoma State in the second half, and Quinn Sharp matched his career-long with a 51-yard field goal. Craig’s punt block extended the lead to 59-14 early in the fourth quarter. Darrin Moore caught a late 7-yard touchdown pass from backup Michael Brewer and finished with 140 yards receiving for Texas Tech.

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) - Glasco Martin scored on a 4-yard run in overtime and Baylor overcame three missed field goals, including one on the last play of regulation, to become bowl eligible with a 52-45 victory over Texas Tech on Saturday. Nick Florence threw for 396 yards and three touchdowns for the Bears (6-5, 3-5 Big 12), who didn’t lead until Eddie Lackey’s 55-yard interception return for a touchdown on the first play of a wild fourth quarter. Lackey’s second pick, with 1:46 left, set up Baylor at the Red Raiders 32. But Aaron Jones missed wide left on a 48-yard field-goal attempt. After Martin’s second TD run, Texas Tech (7-5, 4-5) started overtime with a holding call and two incompletions. After a 15-yard pass set up fourth-and-5, Seth Doege’s pass to a well-defended Eric Ward was incomplete, ending the game. Doege completed 30 of 40 passes for 359 yards with three touchdowns and three interceptions. Ward had nine catches for 113 yards, and Darrin Moore had 13 catches for 186 yards and two touchdowns. With Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Robert Griffin III watching from the Bears sideline at Cowboys Stadium, two days after the rookie led the Washington Redskins to a victory there over the Dallas Cowboys, Baylor got bowl eligible for the third consecutive season. That is a first in school history. Baylor was coming off a Bowl Championship Series-shaking 52-24 victory over Kansas State, then the No. 1 team in the BCS standings. The teams combined for 1,241 total yards (674 for Baylor and 567 for Tech). There were 167 plays run in the game. Jones kicked a 22-yard field goal with 2:48 left in regulation to tie the game at 45. The Red Raiders got the ball back and already had picked up a first down when Doege threw a short pass that deflected off the helmet of offensive lineman Terry McDaniel and into the hands of Lackey. Both of Moore’s TD catches came in the fourth quarter, including a 6-yard fade route with 6:19 left that put Tech up 45-42. That came after a 4-yard touchdown catch by Terrance Williams, who had seven receptions for 175 yards while setting a Baylor single-season record for receiving yards (1,693). Lache Seastrunk ran for 136 yards on 19 carries, and Martin had 23 carries for 98 yards. It was the third overtime game this season for the Red Raiders. They won in triple overtime at TCU on Oct. 20, and have won only one of their five games since - that victory being a double-overtime win over Kansas two weeks ago. After Florence had a 4-yard run with 5 minutes left in the third quarter to get Baylor within 24-21, Jakeem Grant returned the ensuing kickoff 97 yards for a touchdown. Florence then threw a 27-yard TD to Lanear Sampson, who reached over the defender to make the catch. Texas Tech was up 21-7 at the Baylor 7 late in the first half when a scrambling Doege was hit from behind and fumbled the ball. Baylor recovered and went 93 yards in eight plays, scoring on Florence’s 39-yard pass to a wideopen Levi Norwood with 5 seconds left. Along with two missed kicks by Jones before the half, Martin was stuffed for a 3-yard loss on a fourth-and-1 from the 2.

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 TEAM QTR TIME OSU 1st 10:30 TTU 2nd 14:57 OSU 2nd 13:22 OSU 2nd 11:15 OSU 2nd 08:34 OSU 2nd 06:18 TTU 2nd 00:15 OSU 3rd 09:54 OSU 3rd 06:22 OSU 3rd 00:17 OSU 4th 12:35 TTU 4th 02:51

TEXAS TECH OKLAHOMA STATE 20____________ 23 99____________ 256 284___________ 231 29-42-2_________ 12-22-0 383___________ 487 1-1____________ 0-0 8-70___________ 5-35 4-211__________ 10-633 1-3-0__________ 2-60-1 4-53-0__________ 2-38-0 0-0-0__________ 2-17-0 0-0-0__________ 1-7-0 34:18__________ 25:42 5 of 15__________ 6 of 12 1 of 1__________ 1 of 2 3-3____________ 4-5 1-7____________ 3-19

SCORING PLAY PLAYS-YARDS DRIVE TIME Staley, Kye 2 yd pass from Walsh, J.W. 12-75 4:30 Stephens, Eric 1 yd run 6-81 2:13 Anderson, I. 60 yd pass from Chelf, Clint 4-70 1:35 Anderson, I. 33 yd pass from Chelf, Clint 2-40 0:36 Walsh, J.W. 2 yd run 4-24 1:17 Anderson, I. 66 yd pass from Chelf, Clint 1-66 0:07 Williams, Tyson 2 yd pass from Doege, Seth 13-95 6:03 Smith, Jeremy 17 yd run 7-38 2:58 Sharp, Quinn 51 yd field goal 7-38 2:13 Randle, Joseph 1 yd run 5-22 1:56 Craig, Zack 30 yd blocked punt return Moore, Darrin 7 yd pass from Brewer, Michael 12-75 5:33

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BAYLOR TEXAS TECH 32____________ 27 278___________ 208 396___________ 359 22-37-0_________ 30-41-3 674___________ 567 3-0____________ 1-1 6-71___________ 7-68 8-378__________ 8-497 0-0-0__________ 0-0-0 6-165-0_________ 4-125-1 3-61-1__________ 0-0-0 0-0-0__________ 0-0-0 32:38__________ 27:22 9 of 18__________ 6 of 11 1 of 2__________ 0 of 1 5-8____________ 5-7 0-0____________ 1-7

SCORING PLAY PLAYS-YARDS DRIVE TIME Doege, Seth 19 yd run 7-75 2:05 Williams, Kenny 5 yd run 10-80 3:34 Martin, Glasco 1 yd run 7-53 2:50 Ward, Eric 23 yd pass from Doege, Seth 3-75 0:55 Norwood, Levi 39 yd pass from Florence, Nick 8-93 1:27 Bustin, Ryan 29 yd field goal 11-63 4:15 Florence, Nick 4 yd run 9-68 2:41 Grant, Jakeem 97 yd kickoff return Sampson, Lanear 27 yd pass from Florence, Nick 7-57 2:20 Lackey, Eddie 55 yd interception return Moore, Darrin 15 yd pass from Doege, Seth 5-71 2:20 Williams, T. 4 yd pass from Florence, Nick 10-75 3:26 Moore, Darrin 6 yd pass from Doege, Seth 6-63 2:39 Jones, Aaron 22 yd field goal 11-65 3:31 Martin, Glasco 4 yd run 4-25 0:00


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MEINEKE CAR CARE BOWL OF TEXAS • Texas Tech 34, Minnesota 31 SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 3 4 FINAL Minnesota 10 7 7 7 31 Texas Tech 14 10 0 10 34 HOUSTON (AP) - D.J. Johnson returned an interception 39 yards and Ryan Bustin made a 28-yard field goal as time expired to give Texas Tech a 34-31 comeback victory over Minnesota on Friday night in the Meineke Car Care Bowl. Seth Doege found Eric Ward on a short pass, and he outran a defender for a 35-yard scoring play to pull the Red Raiders even at 31 with just more than a minute remaining. Michael Carter intercepted two of Doege’s passes in the fourth quarter before the tying score, but Minnesota couldn’t convert either of the turnovers into points. The Red Raiders (8-5) got their third straight bowl win to wrap up a month that began with coach Tommy Tuberville’s abrupt departure for the job at Cincinnati. Texas Tech has hired Kliff Kingsbury to replace him, but interim coach Chris Thomsen led the team against Minnesota (6-7). Kingsbury was at the game, watching from a suite. Doege threw for 271 yards and a touchdown and ran for another score in front of a crowd that included 1977 Heisman Trophy winner Earl Campbell and former Tech coach Spike Dykes. Philip Nelson threw for 138 yards and two scores for the Gophers, who were in a bowl game for the first time since 2009. The Red Raiders returned to a bowl after having their 18-season bowl streak snapped last year. A 1-yard touchdown pass from Nelson to Drew Goodger gave Minnesota a 31-24 lead early in the fourth quarter. Texas Tech led 24-17 at halftime, but couldn’t do anything offensively in the second half until the last couple of minutes. It was an ugly game for the Red Raiders, who had 13 penalties for 135 yards and lost the tight end Jace Amaro when he was ejected for throwing a punch. Jakeem Grant ran for what was initially ruled a touchdown for Tech late in the third quarter. Amaro threw a punch at Derrick Wells in the end zone on the play and was ejected. After the penalty, the play was reviewed and overturned. Doege threw an incomplete pass before Tech made a 32-yard field goal. But the Red Raiders had a false start penalty on the play and had to kick again and this time the Gophers blocked it. Nelson threw a 17-yard touchdown pass to Devin Crawford-Tufts, who was left uncovered in the end zone, to tie it at 24 early in the third quarter. Donnell Kirkwood scored on a 3-yard run to leave Minnesota up 17-14 early in the second quarter. Texas Tech had a first-and-goal at the Minnesota 2 after a pass-interference call on the Gophers. But Texas Tech had to settle for a field goal after a rush for a 3-yard loss and two penalties. Minnesota’s next drive started out well before turning ugly. The Gophers had made two first downs before Gray was sacked for a loss of seven yards. Kirkwood ran for 17 yards on the next play, but Minnesota received two 15-yard penalties on the play, one for a personal foul on lineman Zac Epping, to make it second-and-42. Epping received a second personal foul penalty on the next play to bring up third-and-49. Christian Eldred shanked the punt, giving Texas Tech the ball at the Minnesota 42. The Red Raiders capitalized on their great field position when Doege spun away from a defender in the backfield and leaped over another Gopher near the goal line on a 4-yard touchdown run. Tech converted a fourth-and-6 play on that drive, and led 24-17 at halftime. Minnesota’s Rodrick Williams Jr. scored on a 2-yard run to give the Gophers a 10-7 lead in the first quarter. Doege lost his helmet on a 5-yard scramble on Tech’s next drive and had to go out for one play. He was replaced by Michael Brewer, who found Derreck Edwards for a 13-yard touchdown pass to give the Red Raiders a 14-10 lead. Minnesota’s Troy Stoudermire returned the opening kickoff 26 yards to break the NCAA record for career kickoff return yards. He finished the game with 111 yards to push his total to 3,615. The Gophers ended that drive with a 41-yard field goal to make it 3-0. Texas Tech’s Grant returned the ensuing kickoff 99 yards for a touchdown to put Texas Tech up 7-3.

SCORING SUMMARY TEAM QTR TIME MINN 1st 8:31 TTU 1st 8:17 MINN 1st 5:46 TTU 1st 4:01 MINN 2nd 14:26 TTU 2nd 8:36 TTU 2nd 0:05 MINN 3rd 12:07 MINN 4th 13:07 TTU 4th 1:10 TTU 4th 0:00

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SCORING PLAY PLAYS-YARDS DRIVE TIME Wettstein, J. 41 yd field goal 12-50 6:29 Grant, Jakeem 99 yd kickoff return Williams, R. 2 yd run 6-67 2:31 Edwards, Der. 13 yd pass from Brewer, Michael 6-75 1:45 Kirkwood, D. 3yd run 9-48 4:35 Bustin, Ryan 28 yd field goal 14-64 5:50 Doege, Seth 4 yd run 12-42 2:22 Crawford-Tufts 17 yd pass from Nelson, Phillip 6-53 2:01 Goodger, Drew 1 yd pass from Nelson, Phillip 8-79 3:17 Ward, Eric 35 yd pass from Doege, Seth 7-82 2:14 Bustin, Ryan 28 yd field goal 3-11 0:43

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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____________ Split 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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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 2012 Le’Raven Clark, OL__ Freshman All-American 2011 Jarvis Phillips, CB___ Freshman All-American 2009 Cody Davis, S_____ Freshman All-American 2008 Brian Duncan, LB__ Sophomore All-American 2007 Michael Crabtree, WR__ Freshman 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 2012 LaAdrian Waddle________ Offensive Line 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

Adell Duckett__________ Defensive End Daniel Loper__________ Offensive Line B.J. Symons____________ Quarterback Lawrence Flugence________ Linebacker Wes Welker_________ Wide Receiver/KR Kevin Curtis________________Safety 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

HONORABLE MENTION 2012 Terrance Bullitt___________ Linebacker Ryan Bustin____________ Place Kicker Le’Raven Clark_________ Offensive Line Seth Doege____________ Quarterback Cornelius Douglas______ Defensive Back Ryan Erxleben_____________ Punter Kerry Hyder___________ Defensive End Leon Mackey__________Defensive Line Tre Porter___________ Defensive Back Eric Ward____________ Wide Receiver Kenny Wililams_________ Running Back 2011 Terrance Bullitt________ Defensive Back Lonnie Edwards________ Offensive Line Ryan Erxleben_____________ Punter Adam James_____________ Tight End Alex Torres____________ Wide Receiver Eric Ward____________ Wide Receiver Deandre Washington_____ Runningback 2010 Baron Batch___________ Running Back Bront Bird______________ Linebacker Cody Davis___________ Defensive Back Brian Duncan__________ Defensive End D.J. Johnson__________ Defensive Back Lyle Leong____________ Wide Receiver Detron Lewis__________ Wide Receiver Eric Stephens__________ Kick Returner LaAdrian Waddle________ Offensive Line 2009 Baron Batch___________ Running Back Bront Bird______________ Linebacker Colby Whitlock_________Defensive Line Marlon Winn__________ Offensive Line Alex Torres___________ Inside Receiver 2008 Baron Batch___________ Running Back

Brandon Carter________ Offensive Guard McKinner Dixon________ Defensive End Brian Duncan____________ Linebacker Stephen Hamby_____________Center Graham Harrell__________ Quarterback Jamar Wall_____________Cornerback Colby Whitlock___________Nose Tackle Marlon Williams__________ Linebacker Marlon Winn_________ Offensive Tackle Danny Amendola________ Wide Receiver Brandon Carter_________ Offensive Line Joe Garcia_________________Safety Rajon Henley_________Defensive Tackle Darcel McBath______________Safety Chris Parker__________ Defensive Back Jonathan LaCour____________ Punter Rylan Reed___________ Offensive Line 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 WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

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SECOND TEAM 2012 Darrin Moore__________ Wide Receiver Jace Amaro______________ Tight End Kerry Hyder___________ Defensive End Cody Davis_________________Safety D.J. Johnson__________ Defensive Back 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

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ALL-SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE HONORS Marcus Coleman_______ Defensive Back Byron Hanspard_________ Running Back Dane Johnson__________ Punt Returner Zach Thomas____________ Linebacker 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 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 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 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 Rodney Blackshear_______ Wide Receiver Charles Rowe____________ Linebacker Tracy Saul____________ Kick Returner Sammy Walker________ Defensive Back Matt Wingo_____________ Linebacker 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 Charles Odiorne_________ Offensive Line Desmond Royal_________Defensive Line Tyrone Thurman________ Kick Returner Billy Joe Tolliver__________ Quarterback 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

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Brad Hastings____________ Linebacker Chris Tanner________________Center Tyrone Thurman________ Kick Returner Wayne Walker__________ Wide Receiver Carl Carter___________ Defensive Back Brad Hastings____________ Linebacker Carl Carter___________ Defensive Back Brad Hastings____________ Linebacker Dwayne Jiles____________ Linebacker Stan David_________________Safety Ricky Gann_____________ Place Kicker Anthony Hutchison_______ Running Back Gabriel Rivera__________Defensive Line Stan Williams Maury Buford______________ Punter Tate Randle________________Safety Tate Randle________________Safety Ted Watts_________________Safety James Hadnot_____________ Full Back Ted Watts_________________Safety Bill Adams_____________ Place Kicker Maury Buford______________ Punter Larry Flowers_______________Safety James Hadnot_____________ Full Back Joe Walstad___________ Offensive Line Richard Arledge_________ Defensive End Eric Felton___________ Defensive Back Dan Irons_____________ Offensive Line Mike Mock______________ Linebacker 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 Ecomet Burley__________Defensive Line Pat Felux________________ Tight End Tony Green___________ Defensive Back Curtis Jordan_______________Safety Tommy Lusk___________ Offensive Line Mike Sears____________ Offensive Line Lawrence Williams_____________ End Tommy Cones__________ Defensive End Ecomet Burley__________Defensive Line Curtis Jordan_________ Defensive Back 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 Russell Ingram______________Center Don Rives____________Defensive Line Marc Dove___________ Defensive Back Larry Molinare___________ Linebacker

Bruce Dowdy__________ Defensive End Doug McCutchen___________ Half Back Wayne McDermand______Defensive Line Ken Perkins__________ Defensive Back Richard Campbell________ Defensive End Denton Fox__________ Defensive Back Jerry Don Sanders________ Place Kicker Larry Alford________________Safety Richard Campbell______________ End Don King_____________ Offensive Line Kenny Vinyard___________ Place Kicker Mike Leinert______________ Half Back Ed Mooney______________ Linebacker Phil Tucker____________ Offensive Line Jerry Turner________________Center Larry Gilbert______________ Split End Mike Leinert______________ Half Back Donny Anderson___________ Half Back Tom Wilson____________ Quarterback Donny Anderson___________ Half Back Teddy Roberts_______________Safety Donny Anderson___________ Half Back David Parks______________ Split End David Parks______________ Split End 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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ACADEMIC ALL-CONFERENCE HONORS BIG 12 CONFERENCE 2012 ... First Team: Cody Davis, Master’s in Managment Information Systems; Seth Doege, Masters in Interdisciplinary Studies; Ryan Erxleben, Exercise & Sports Science; Kramer Fyfe, Mechanical Engineering; Summit Hogue, Agricultural Communications; Bradley Marquez, Exercise & Sports Science; Terry McDaniel, Interdisciplinary Studies; Eugene Neboh, Human Development & Family Studies; Alex Torres, Business Administration; Austin Zouzalik, Energy Commerce Second Team: Michael Brewer, University Studies; Le’Raven Clark, Natural Resource Management. 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.

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

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

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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

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.


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Savage, Exercise and Sport Sciences; J.J. Williams, Exercise and Sport Sciences; Shaud Williams, Marketing.

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

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

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

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. 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

AND

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 2012 Cody Davis Safety 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

HISTORY & RECORDS

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 NATIONAL FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 2007 Michael Crabtree

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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 ALL-AMERICA BOWL 1976 Curtis Jordan____________________S 1969 Kenny Vinyard__________________ K 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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1974 1973 1972 1970 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 2012 Cody Davis_____________________S Seth Doge____________________QB 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 1990 1980 1969 1968 1967 1963 1960 1957 1951 1946 1939 1929

Tracy Saul______________________S James Gray____________________TB 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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SOUTHWEST CHALLENGE 1962 Nathan Armstrong________________T Coolidge Hunt__________________ FB Johnny Lovelace__________________T TEXAS VS. THE NATION 2013 Seth Doege____________________QB LaAdrian Waddle________________OL Terry McDaniel__________________OL 2010 Taylor Potts____________________QB Brian Duncan___________________LB 2007 Danny Amendola_______________ WR 2006 Keyunta Dawson________________DE Brandon Jones___________________C NFLPA BOWL 2013 Eric Stephens___________________RB

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

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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___________________ 2009-2012 New England Patriots_________________ 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

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BOBBY CAVAZOS, B Chicago Cardinals____________________ 1954 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________________ 2012-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________________ 2006-2011 Oakland Raiders________________ 2012-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


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DAVE PARKS, E San Francisco 49ers_________________ 1964-67 New Orleans Saints_________________ 1968-72 Houston Oilers______________________ 1973 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________________ 2009-2012 Denver Broncos____________________ 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_______________ 2007-2012 Denver Broncos____________________ Current BRANDON WILLIAMS, DE Dallas Cowboys_____________________ 2010 Arizona Cardinals_________________ 2011-2012 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

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JIM KRAHL, DB New York Giants_____________________ 1978 Baltimore Colts_____________________ 1979 San Francisco 49ers___________________ 1980 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 San Francisco 49ers______________ 2012-Current 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

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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

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Willie Stephens, CB___ Brian Nelson, SE_____ Billy Taylor, FB______ Eric Felton, CB______ Jim Krahl, DT_______ Mike Mock, DE______ Dan Irons, OT_______ Thomas Howard, LB__ Tommy Duniven, QB__ Curtis Jordan, S_____ Tony Green, DB_____ Lawrence Williams, HB_ Calvin Jones, SE_____ Andre Tillman, TE ____ Joe Barnes, QB______ Russell Ingram, OG___ Don Rives, DT______ John Odom, R______ Denton Fox, DB_____ Charley Evans, TE____ Jerry Sanders, K_____ Jacky Stewart, FB____ Kenny Vinyard, K____ Leon Lovelace, DT____ Jim Moylan, DT_____ Gary Golden, S______ Ed Mooney, LB______ Mike Leinert, HB_____ Ronnie Pack, OG_____ Jerry Lovelace, HB____ Donny Anderson, RB__ Jim Zanios, FB______ John Carrell, OT_____ Jeff White, TE______ Leo Lowery, FB______ Donny Anderson, RB__ John Carrell, OT_____ Jeff White, TE______ Dave Parks, TE______ Dave Parks, TE______ Roger Gill, DE_______ Coolidge Hunt, FB____ Roger Gill, DE_______ Pat Holmes, OT_____ Bake Turner, HB_____ E.J. Holub, C_______ E.J. Holub, C_______ Ken Talkington, QB___ Gene Bartley_______ Max Brod_________ Floyd Dellinger, QB___ Bob Witucki, QB_____ Bob Kilcullen, OT_____ Don Williams, QB____ Bill Herschman_____ Don Schmidt, HB____ Jerry Walker, OT_____ James Sides, FB_____ Ken Vakey, DE______ Ronnie Herr, HB_____

10th________Chicago 11th______ Minnesota 4th____New York Giants 5th______ New Orleans 5th____New York Giants 8th_____ New York Jets 12th_____San Francisco 3rd_______Kansas City 6th________Cincinnati 6th_______ Tampa Bay 17th________ Atlanta 7th______New England 16th_____ Philadelphia 2nd_________Miami 13th________Chicago 9th_________ Atlanta 15th________Chicago 10th___New York Giants 3rd__________ Dallas 9th_______Kansas City 12th_______Cleveland 4th________Baltimore 6th_______ Green Bay 13th________ Buffalo 13th______ Minnesota 15th_____San Francisco 4th_________ Detroit 15th________Oakland 12th_____ New Orleans 14th_____ Washington 1st____ Green Bay (NFL) 9th_______Dallas (NFL) 15th___Pittsburgh (NFL) 18th___ Green Bay (NFL) 18th__ Los Angeles (NFL) 1st_____ Houston (AFL) 7th_____ Oakland (AFL) 11th___ San Diego (AFL) 1st__ San Francisco (NFL) 4th____ San Diego (AFL) 12th__Philadelphia (NFL) 16th___ Green Bay (NFL) 22nd___ San Diego (AFL) 3rd______ Philadelphia 12th_______Baltimore 2nd_Dallas Cowboys (NFL) 1st__ Dallas Texans (AFL) 2nd_____ Los Angeles 7th_________Chicago 24th___New York Giants 27th______ Pittsburgh 27th_____San Francisco 8th_________Chicago 13th________Chicago 3rd______San Francisco 6th________Baltimore 12th________Chicago 13th_____ Philadelphia 19th______ Green Bay 21st________Chicago

1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 1945 1944 1943 1942 1941 1940 1939 1938

Bryan Walter_______ Claude Harland, TE___ Rick Spinks, FB______ Ken Elmore________ Bobby Cavazos, HB___ Jimmie Williams, OT__ Karl Klutz_________ Jim Turner, HB______ Jerrell Price, OT______ Aubrey Phillips______ Jerrell Price, OT______ Ed Price__________ Earl Jackson_______ Elbert Johnson______ Glenn Lewis_______ Charles Reynolds____ Bobby Williams_____ Bill Kelly_________ Abbie Reynolds_____ Floyd Lawhorne_____ Ralph Earhart______ Joe Smith_________ Bernie Winkler______ Floyd Lawhorne_____ Roland Nabors, C____ Gene Standefer_____ Joe Smith_________ Bernie Winkler______ Ed Robnett________ Roland Nabors, C____ Pat Farris_________ Ed Robnett________ Newman Ledbetter___ Walter Schlinkman, RB_ Jack Dillon________ Roger Smith_______ Bucky Gillenwater____ Doyle Carraway_____ Charley Dvoracek____ Lonnie McCurry_____ Rex Williams_______ Bill Davis_________ Elmer Tarbox, HB____ Herschel Ramsey____

9th________Baltimore 10th_____ Los Angeles 21st_______Cleveland 22nd_____ Los Angeles 3rd_________Chicago 8th_______ Green Bay 17th_____San Francisco 18th_____ Washington 6th______ Los Angeles 13th_____ Los Angeles 20th_______ New York 27th_______ New York 29th_____ Los Angeles 27th________ Detroit 5th____ Green Bay (NFL) 6th___ Los Angeles (NFL) 14th___ Green Bay (NFL) 23rd___ Green Bay (NFL) 15th___ Chicago (AAFC) 24th__Washington (NFL) 32nd___ Green Bay (NFL) 5th___ Baltimore (AAFC) 14th_ Los Angeles (AAFC) 23rd_San Francisco (AAFC) 18th_____ Boston (NFL) 26th__ Los Angeles (NFL) 26th____ Chicago (NFL) 30th__Philadelphia (NFL) 12th_San Francisco (AAFL) 18th___New York (AAFL) 10th________ Detroit 18th_____ Washington 28th________Chicago 1st_______ Green Bay 27th___New York Giants 7th_________Chicago 23rd_______ Brooklyn 9th____New York Giants 19th_____ Philadelphia 16th_______ Brooklyn 7th____New York Giants 11th________Chicago 3rd________Cleveland 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 LEIGH DANIEL_____________________ 2012 Track & Field – 1998-01 *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 BYRON HANSPARD__________________ 2012 Football – 1994-96 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 LARRY HAYS______________________ 2012 Head Baseball Coach – 1987-2008 *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


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JERRY JOHNSON____________________ 2007 Football – 1951-54 NOEL JOHNSON____________________ 2005 Basketball – 1992-95 *CLIFFORD B. JONES_________________ 1970 President of Texas Tech – 1938-44 *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 BAM MORRIS_____________________ 2012 Football – 1991-93 *G. B. MORRIS_____________________ 1979 Football – 1933-34

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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 *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 AMANDA RENFRO___________________ 2012 Softball – 1998-01 *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 RICKY WILLIAMS___________________ 2012 Football – 1997-01 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 Awe, Micah, 2012Aycock, 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 Bagley, Brandon, 2012Bake, 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, Javon, 2012 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 Bowman, Andrew, 2012 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, Michael, 2012Brewer, 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 Bustin, Ryan, 2012-

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


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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 Crombie, Jeff, 1978-81 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, 2009-2012 Davis, Glenn, Tr., 1975-78 Davis, Greg, 1975-77 Davis, Hollis, 1951-52 Davis, Jon, 1992-94 Davis, Jordan, 2012Davis, 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, 2009-2012 Doiron, 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, 2009-2012 Douglas, 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, 2011- Durham, 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, Derreck, 2012Edwards, Don, Mgr., 1977-79 Edwards, Jimmie Don, 1964-66 Edwards, Lonnie, 2008-11 Edwards, Pete, 1950-52 Edwards, Stan, 1965-67

Eguavoen, Sam, 2011- Elam, 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, 2009- Escue, Tim, 1988 Estes, Pat, 1975 Ethridge, Richy, 1980-81 Eubanks, Darrell, 1954 Evans, Charles, 1967-69 Evans, Craig, 1967 Evans, James, 1942 Evans, Kindred, 2011- Evans, Kirk, 1985-87 Evans, Ricky, 1973 Everett, Eric, 1984-87 --F-Falemi, Olaoluwa, 2012Farrar, 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 Fortenberry, Rashad, 2012Fortner, Elmer, 1933-34 Foster, Dee, 1992-94 Foster, Robert, 1961-62 Foster, Sadale, 2012Foster, 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 Fyfe, Kramer, 2012 --G-Gaines, J.J., 2012Gaines, Stephen, 1992-93 Gallington, Deveric, 2009-2012 Gandy, 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 WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

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Chase, Joe, 1983, 1985 Cheatham, Earnest, 1974 Cheek, Harris, 1937-38 Chernosky, Maurice, 1936-37 Cherry, Randall, 2002-05 Chester, Alex, 2011Chidozie, Dion, 2010 Christensen, Lennard, 2000-02 Christian, Daniel, 2004-05 Clark, Adrian, 1932-34 Clark, Jim, 1950 Clark, Kyle, 2011Clark, Le’Raven, 2012Clark, 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, 2010-2012 Cockburn, 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, Justin, 2012 Cooper, Randy, Tr., 1974-76 Copeland, Jeff, 1977-79 Cordell, J. R., 1951-52 Corker, Shawn, 2011- Corley, Davis, 1970-72 Corley, Vaughn, 1926-28 Corn, Roger, 1992-93 Cornelius, Samuel, 1963-64 Costas, Nick, 1973 Costilla, Brant, 2012 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

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LETTERWINNERS Continued 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 Grant, Jakeem, 2012Grantham, Terry, 1974 Graves, Frank, 1950-51 Graves, Pearlie, 2010 Gray, Don, 1950, 1952-53 Gray, James, 1986-89 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 WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

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 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 Hogue, Summitt, 2012- 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, Branden, 2012- 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., 2009-2012 Johnson, 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, Bruce, 2012Jones, 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 Kaster, Jared, 2012Katrola, Alvin, 1926-29 Kattner, Ken, 1968-69 Kaufman, Ben, 1993-96


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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 --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, 2009-2012 McDermand, 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, 2010-2012 McSwane, Douglas, 1945, 48-50 McWhorter, Terry, 1964-66 McWilliams, W. D., 1929-30 Mack, Johnnie, 2003-04 Mackey, Leon, 2011-2012 Madison, 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, 2011- Maroney, 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, 2010-2012 Moore, Joe, 1952-53 Moore, LaRon, 2007-10

Moore, Lee, 1990 Moore, Mike, 1991-93 Morales, Alfredo, 2012Morgan, 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, 2010-2012 Neill, 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 WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

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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, 2011-2012 Kennedy, 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, 2010Kilcullen, Bob, 1953-56 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 --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

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LETTERWINNERS Continued 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, 2011- Ori, Chris, 1992-94 Orms, Kevin, 1967-69 Orr, Don, 1944, 1946-48 Orr, Tim, 1977 Osunde, Happiness, 2011-2012 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 Payne, Chris, 2012Patricio, 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 Pearson, Brad, 2012- 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 WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

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, Donte, 2012Phillips, Jarvis, 2010-2012 Phillips, 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 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, Jeremy, 2012- Reynolds, Jerry, 1973 Rhoads, Ronnie, 1966-68 Rhodes, Quinton, 1988-90 Ribble, Marland, 1950-52 Rice, Ronnie, 1957-59 Richards, Jackson, 2011- Richards, 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, 2011- Robinson, 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, 2011- Simmons, 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


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Tolliver, Billy Joe, 1985-88 Tollett, James, Mgr. Toman, Scott, 1986-87 Torres, Alexander, 2009-2012 Toogood, 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 --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, 2009-2012 Wade, 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, 2011- Washington, 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, 2011- Wesley, 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 Williams, Tyson, 2012 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 WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

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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 Smith, Will, 2012- 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 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, 2009-2012 Stephens, Willie, 1976-79 Sternes, Kenneth, 1981-82, 1984 Stevens, Charles, Tr., 1979-81 Stevens, Roy, 1926 Steveson, Calvin G., 1947-49 Stewart, Austin, 2012Stewart, 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

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LETTERWINNERS Continued / ASSISTANT COACHES 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, Cameron, 2012- Wright, Jess, Tr., 1939 Wright, John, 1984 Wright, Len, 1987-89 Wyatt, Robert, 1999-02 --Y-Yancer, Robert, 1963-65 Yarbrough, Walter, 1969 Yeakey, Chris, 2012Yenzer, 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, 2009-2012 Please contact the Texas Tech Athletic Athletics Communications Office (blayne. beal@ttu.edu) in writing with any changes, corrections or additions to this list. WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

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_____________ 2010-2012 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 Kevin Curtis___________ 2013-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 Trey Haverty___________ 2013-present Lee Hays_____________ 2013-present 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 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 Eric Morris____________ 2013-present 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____________ 2010-2012 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______________ 2010-2012 George Scott ______________ 1950-52 John Scott Jr.___________ 2013-present Lyle Setencich_____________ 2003-07 Horace “Bud” Sherrod ________ 1954-57 Dennis Simmons___________ 2008-09 Travis L. Simpson___________ 1961-63 Dean Slayton _____________ 1981-97 Mike Smith____________ 2013-present Russell T. “Dutchy” Smith ______ 1930-40 Jess Stiles _______________ 1969-77 Jerry Sullivan ______________1973-74 Al Tanara ________________ 1975-80 Fred Tate_______________ 2012-2012 Marshall Taylor ____________ 1970-71 Jack Tayrien __________ 1986-88, 97-99 Grant Teaff _______________ 1966-68 Chris Thomsen_______________ 2012 Jess Thompson ______________ 1960 Ted Unbehagen _______ 1973-74, 1987-96 Lance Van Zandt____________ 1987-89 Wade Walker _____________ 1951-53 Matt Wallerstedt________ 2013-present 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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OVERALL COACHING RECORDS --------------ALL GAMES-------------- ----------LEAGUE GAMES---------COACH YEARS W L T PCT. W L T PCT. Kliff Kingsbury 2013-Present 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 Tommy Tuberville 2010-2012 20 17 0 .552 9 17 0 .346 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 1925-08 532 410 32 .562 251 203 10 .551 **Ruffin McNeil is credited with one win in the 2010 Alamo Bowl but is not listed amongst the head coaches** ** Chris Thomsen is credited with one win in the 2012 Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas but is not listed amongst the head coaches** YEAR-BY-YEAR COACHING RECORDS 1973 11-1-0 SWC 6-1-0 Jim Carlen 1931 6-3-0 –––– –––– Pete Cawthon League 1972 8-4-0 SWC 4-3-0 Jim Carlen 1930 3-6-0 –––– –––– Pete Cawthon Season Overall League Record Head Coach 1971 4-7-0 SWC 2-5-0 Jim Carlen 1929 1-7-2 –––– –––– G. Higgenbotham 2012 8-5-0 Big 12 4-5-0 Tommy Tuberville 1970 8-4-0 SWC 5-2-0 Jim Carlen 1928 4-4-1 –––– –––– E.Y. Freeland 2011 5-7-0 Big 12 2-7-0 Tommy Tuberville 1969 5-5-0 SWC 4-3-0 JT King 1927 5-4-0 –––– –––– E.Y. Freeland 2010 8-5-0 Big 12 3-5-0 Tommy Tuberville 1968 5-3-2 SWC 4-3-0 JT King 1926 6-1-3 –––– –––– E.Y. Freeland 2009 9-4-0 Big 12 5-3-0 Mike Leach 1967 6-4-0 SWC 5-2-0 JT King 1925 6-1-2 –––– –––– E.Y. Freeland 2008 11-2-0 Big 12 7-1-0 Mike Leach 1966 4-6-0 SWC 2-5-0 JT King Number of Seasons: 88 2007 9-4-0 Big 12 4-4-0 Mike Leach 1965 8-3-0 SWC 5-2-0 JT King Number of Games: 974 2006 8-5-0 Big 12 4-4-0 Mike Leach 1964 6-4-1 SWC 3-3-1 JT King Record: 532-410-32 (.562) 2005 9-3-0 Big 12 6-2-0 Mike Leach 1963 5-5-0 SWC 2-5-0 JT King Conference Record: 251-203-10 (.551) 2004 8-4-0 Big 12 5-3-0 Mike Leach 1962 1-9-0 SWC 0-7-0 JT King Big 12 Conference: 75-63 (.543) 2003 8-5-0 Big 12 4-4-0 Mike Leach 1961 4-6-0 SWC 2-5-0 JT King Southwest Conference: 125-135-6 (.481) 2002 9-5-0 Big 12 5-3-0 Mike Leach 1960 3-6-1 SWC 1-5-1 DeWitt Weaver Border Conference: 51-5-4 (.911) 2001 7-5-0 Big 12 4-4-0 Mike Leach 1959 4-6-0 –––– –––– DeWitt Weaver Overtime Record: 6-4 2000 7-6-0 Big 12 3-5-0 Mike Leach 1958 3-7-0 –––– –––– DeWitt Weaver Winning Seasons: 54 1999 6-5-0 Big 12 5-3-0 Spike Dykes 1957 2-8-0 –––– –––– DeWitt Weaver Consecutive Winning/Non-Losing Seasons: 18 1998 7-5-0 Big 12 4-4-0 Spike Dykes 1956 2-7-1 –––– –––– DeWitt Weaver (1993-2010) 1997 6-5-0 Big 12 5-3-0 Spike Dykes 1955 7-3-1 Border 3-0-1 DeWitt Weaver 1996 7-5-0 Big 12 5-3-0 Spike Dykes 1954 7-2-1 Border 4-0-0 DeWitt Weaver 1995 9-3-0 SWC 5-2-0 Spike Dykes 1953 11-1-0 Border 5-0-0 DeWitt Weaver 1994 6-6-0 SWC 4-3-0 Spike Dykes 1952 3-7-1 Border 2-1-1 DeWitt Weaver 1993 6-6-0 SWC 5-2-0 Spike Dykes 1951 7-4-0 Border 5-0-0 DeWitt Weaver 1992 5-6-0 SWC 4-3-0 Spike Dykes 1950 3-8-0 Border 3-2-0 Dell Morgan 1991 6-5-0 SWC 5-3-0 Spike Dykes 1949 7-5-0 Border 5-0-0 Dell Morgan 1990 4-7-0 SWC 3-5-0 Spike Dykes 1948 7-3-0 Border 5-0-0 Dell Morgan 1989 9-3-0 SWC 5-3-0 Spike Dykes 1947 6-5-0 Border 4-0-0 Dell Morgan 1988 5-6-0 SWC 4-3-0 Spike Dykes 1946 8-3-0 Border 3-1-0 Dell Morgan 1987 6-4-1 SWC 3-3-1 Spike Dykes 1945 3-5-2 –––– –––– Dell Morgan 1986 7-5-0 SWC 5-3-0 David McWilliams 1944 4-7-0 –––– –––– Dell Morgan 1985 4-7-0 SWC 1-7-0 Jerry Moore 1943 4-6-0 –––– –––– Dell Morgan 1984 4-7-0 SWC 2-6-0 Jerry Moore 1942 4-5-1 Border 3-0-1 Dell Morgan 1983 3-7-1 SWC 3-4-1 Jerry Moore 1941 9-2-0 –––– –––– Dell Morgan 1982 4-7-0 SWC 3-5-0 Jerry Moore 1940 9-1-1 –––– –––– Pete Cawthon 1981 1-9-1 SWC 0-7-1 Jerry Moore 1939 5-5-1 –––– –––– Pete Cawthon 1980 5-6-0 SWC 3-5-0 Rex Dockery 1938 10-1-0 –––– –––– Pete Cawthon 1979 3-6-2 SWC 2-5-1 Rex Dockery 1937 8-4-0 Border 3-0-0 Pete Cawthon 1978 7-4-0 SWC 5-3-0 Rex Dockery 1936 5-4-1 –––– 0-0-1 Pete Cawthon 1977 7-5-0 SWC 4-4-0 Steve Sloan 1935 5-3-2 Border 1-1-0 Pete Cawthon 1976 10-2-0 SWC 7-1-0 Steve Sloan 1934 7-2-1 Border 3-0-0 Pete Cawthon 1975 6-5-0 SWC 4-3-0 Steve Sloan 1933 8-1-0 Border 1-0-0 Pete Cawthon 1974 6-4-2 SWC 3-4-0 Jim Carlen 1932 10-2-0 Border 1-0-0 Pete Cawthon


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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 Minnesota Missouri Mississippi Mississippi State Montana Montana State Montezuma Nebraska WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

W-L-T FIRST LAST 6-3-0 1925 1949 2-1-0 1982 1995 0-1-0 2005 2005 26-4-2 1932 1989 0-1-0 1999 1999 7-28-0 1957 1991 1-0-0 1995 1995 1-0-0 1954 1954 1-0-1 1925 1932 36-34-1 1929 2012 2-1-0 1961 1971 1-0-0 1940 1940 1-0-0 1991 1991 1-0-0 1970 1970 4-0-1 1936 1941 0-0-1 1968 1968 2-0-0 1925 1926 5-5-0 1962 2010 2-0-0 1931 1932 2-0-0 1968 1987 2-1-0 1937 1942 2-1-2 1926 1935 2-0-0 1946 1947 1-1-1 1934 1936 0-2-0 1935 1937 1-0-0 1933 1933 1-0-0 1989 1989 2-1-0 1937 1938 1-0-0 2008 2008 1-0-0 2005 2005 1-4-0 1966 1987 1-0-0 1998 1998 1-1-0 1938 1939 0-3-0 1965 1996 0-2-0 1965 1970 14-7-3 1926 1957 1-1-0 1931 1933 11-18-1 1951 2010 1-3-0 1925 1930 1-0-0 2005 2005 0-2-0 1996 2001 8-3-0 1967 2012 13-1-0 1965 2012 8-5-0 1933 2012 2-0-0 1987 1988 5-0-0 1994 2000 0-2-0 1954 1957 1-0-0 1933 1933 2-2-0 1935 1941 3-2-0 1934 1939 1-2-0 1943 1944 4-0-2 1925 1934 2-1-0 1938 1940 1-0-0 2008 2008 1-4-0 1939 1990 0-1-0 1948 1948 1-0-0 2009 2009 2-0-0 2006 2012 3-6-0 1995 2011 2-2-0 1986 2003 2-4-1 1953 1970 2-1-0 1937 1940 2-0-0 1938 1939 1-0-0 1925 1925 4-7-0 1976 2009

OPPONENT Nevada 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 FIRST LAST 2-0-0 2008 2011 37-6-2 1931 2012 4-0-0 1930 1965 1-0-0 1932 1932 1-2-0 1972 1980 1-4-0 1952 2003 1-0-0 2009 2009 0-0-1 1934 1934 0-1-0 1943 1943 4-4-0 1952 2001 2-0-0 1937 1939 1-0-0 2010 2010 2-0-0 2007 2012 1-0-0 1932 1932 0-2-0 1990 2002 6-14-0 1992 2012 3-0-1 1934 1938 21-16-3 1935 2012 0-2-0 1991 1992 1-0-0 1959 1959 4-2-0 1952 1993 2-0-0 1927 1932 0-1-0 1995 1995 27-20-1 1942 2009 1-0-0 2005 2005 1-0-0 1940 1940 0-1-0 1949 1949 3-0-0 1926 1928 0-1-0 1938 1938 1-0-0 1935 1935 2-0-0 1940 1941 1-0-1 1926 1928 0-3-0 1978 1994 32-16-0 1932 2010 1-1-0 1944 1945 2-0-0 1943 1944 2-0-1 1925 1929 1-1-0 1973 1997 15-45-0 1928 2011 1-0-0 1984 1984 12-6-1 1930 2007 32-37-1 1927 2011 29-23-3 1926 2012 2-0-0 2011 2012 2-0-0 1936 1939 1-0-0 1932 1932 2-3-0 1958 1971 11-12-0 1942 1987 2-0-0 1972 1973 2-0-0 1996 2000 0-0-1 1974 1974 1-0-0 2007 2007 2-0-0 1940 1941 0-2-0 1981 1982 2-0-0 1963 1964 2-1-0 1925 1930 1-0-0 2010 2010 20-7-0 1925 1964 1-1-0 1937 2012 1-1-0 1935 1936 2-3-0 1938 1992 532-410-32


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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2012 Overall: 8-5, Big 12: 4-5 (Meineke Texas Bowl) S1 Northwestern State W 44 6 50,236 S8 at Texas State W 58 10 33,006 S15 New Mexico W 49 14 58,955 S29 •at Iowa State W 24 13 54,149 O6 •Oklahoma (14) L 20 41 60,800 O13 •West Virginia (4) W 49 14 57,328 O20 •at TCU (21) (3ot)W 56 53 47,894 O27 •at Kansas State (4) L 24 55 50,766 N3 •Texas (22) L 22 31 60,879 N10 •Kansas (2ot)W 41 34 55,052 N17 •at Oklahoma State (24) L 21 59 55,341 N24 •vs. Baylor* (ot) L 45 52 44,168 D28 vs. Minnesota W 34 31 50,386 * = Played at Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, Texas Head Coach: Tommy Tuberville/Interim Head Coach Chris Thomsen (Bowl) 2011 Overall: 5-7, Big 12: 2-7 S3 Texas State W 50 10 51,792 S17 at New Mexico W 59 13 20,674 S24 Nevada W 35 34 55,664 O1 •at Kansas W 45 34 39,621 O8 •Texas A&M (23) L 40 45 58,416 O15 •Kansas State (17) L 34 41 49,744 O22 •at Oklahoma (1) W 41 38 85,204 O29 •Iowa State L 7 41 59,260 N5 •at Texas (25) L 20 52 100,506 N12 •Oklahoma State (2) L 6 66 57,205 N19 •Missouri L 27 31 54,309 N26 •vs. Baylor* (20) L 42 66 51,615 * = Played at Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, Texas Head Coach: Tommy Tuberville 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

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

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 26,969 S8 UTEP W 45 31 52,403 S15 at Rice W 59 24 21,543 S22 •at Oklahoma State L 45 49 37,850 S29 Northwestern State W 75 7 52,893 O6 •Iowa State W 42 17 46,558 O13 •Texas A&M W 35 7 55,491 O20 •at Missouri (15) L 10 41 63,396 O27 •Colorado L 26 31 49,084 N3 •at Baylor W 38 7 39,015 N10 •at Texas (15) L 43 59 86,401 N17 •Oklahoma (3) W 34 27 55,038 J1 Virginia (20) W 31 28 60,243 Head Coach: Mike Leach 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 48,924 S22 vs. North Texas* W 42 14 20,852 S29 •at Texas L 7 42 83,081 O6 •Kansas (ot) L 31 34 45,343 O13 •Kansas State W 38 19 46,536 O20 •at Nebraska L 31 41 77,838 O27 •at Baylor W 63 19 39,110 N3 •Texas A&M W 12 0 52,649 N10 •at Oklahoma State W 49 30 32,332 N17 •Oklahoma L 13 30 52,008 N24 Stephen F. Austin W 58 3 31,114 D29 Iowa L 16 19 65,000 * = Played at Texas Stadium, Irving, Texas Head Coach: Mike Leach

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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)

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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 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

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 WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

1995 Overall: 9-3 , SWC: 5-2 (Alamo Bowl) S9 at Penn State (4) L 23 24 96,034 S16 Missouri W 41 14 36,242 S30 •at Baylor L 7 9 40,882 O7 •Texas A&M (8) W 14 7 51,205 O14 Arkansas State W 63 25 37,521 O21 •Rice W 31 26 33,591 O28 at New Mexico W 34 7 25,088 N4 •at Texas (13) L 7 48 77,809 N11 •TCU W 27 6 37,529 N18 •at SMU W 45 14 11,738 N25 •at Houston W 38 26 15,220 D27 Air Force W 55 41 41,004 Head Coach: Spike Dykes 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

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

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

L 9 34 48,691 W 49 32 34,940 L 13 16 28,361 W 36 17 42, 094 L 17 19 69, 817 L 13 48 41,800 W 39 25 34,056 L 33 44 50,741 L 3 34 19,800 W 31 28 26,386 W 44 35 27,887

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

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 41 7 36,228 L 13 28 36,308 L 17 22 18,183 L 16 30 40,276 L 14 37 50,577 W 38 14 22,412 W 40 20 32,144 L 15 23 74,873 W 38 21 31,895 W 31 24 36,163 W 52 46 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 24 29 26,424 L 19 35 46,334 W 36 6 45,385 L 15 50 63,822 L 10 31 49,818 W 38 36 10,500 W 33 32 49,682 W 23 10 29,362 W 59 28 30,319 L 29 30 27,204 L 42 45 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)


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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Continued 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

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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

W 44 7 L 24 29 L 9 18 W 30 12 L 0 24 W 30 10 W 20 17 L 10 13 L 16 27 L 0 31 L 17 24

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

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

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

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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

35 3 28 3 21 10 24 17 14 7 16

7 17 14 17 21 6 30 6 3 10 10

7 9 17 11 41 3 20 24 0 34 22

21 7 14 27 20 20 7 14 3 35 14

1983 Overall: 3-7-1, SWC: 3-4-1 S10 at Air Force L 13 28 26,800 S24 •at Baylor W 26 11 38,000 O1 •Texas A&M W 3 0 52,109 O8 New Mexico L 10 30 36,543 O15 •Rice W 14 3 43,611 O22 Tulsa L 20 59 34,006 O29 •at Texas (2) L 3 20 75,225 N5 •TCU T 10 10 37,507 N12 •at SMU (7) L 7 33 30,050 N19 •at Houston L 41 43 23,153 N26 •Arkansas L 13 16 32,978 Head Coach: Jerry Moore

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

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

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

L W L W L W L L W L L

0 31 23 24 3 23 3 0 16 27 7

14 30 24 15 21 21 10 27 14 34 24

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

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

L 9 17 50,321 W 41 26 41,732 L 7 24 54,012 L 9 38 56,121 W 36 23 23,167 W 42 28 20,000 W 27 9 48,895 W 27 17 17,228 W 19 16 45,101 W 22 21 36,691 L 7 49 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

W W L L L L W W W W L

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

1974 Overall: 6-4-2, SWC: 3-4 (Peach Bowl) S14 Iowa State W 24 3 S21 at New Mexico T 21 21 S28 •Texas (6) W 26 3 O5 Oklahoma State W 14 13 O12 •at Texas A&M (16) L 7 28 O19 Arizona (9) W 17 8 O26 •at SMU W 20 17 N2 •at Rice L 7 21 N9 •TCU W 28 0 N16 •at Baylor L 10 17 N23 •Arkansas L 13 21 D28 Vanderbilt T 6 6 Head Coach: Jim Carlen

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 38,180 S23 at New Mexico W 41 16 24,860 S30 •Texas (12) L 20 25 52,187 O7 Tulsa W 35 18 34,175 O14 •at Texas A&M W 17 14 34,200 O21 Arizona W 35 10 33,320 O28 •at SMU (18) W 17 3 35,953 N4 •at Rice W 10 6 20,000 N11 •TCU L 7 31 40,120 N18 •at Baylor W 13 7 18,000 N25 •Arkansas L 14 24 35,275 D30 North Carolina (16) L 28 32 27,877 Head Coach: Jim Carlen 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

L L L W W W L L L W L

9 10 0 13 28 14 17 7 6 27 0

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

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1981 Overall: 1-9-1, SWC: 0-7-1 S12 at Colorado L 27 45 S19 New Mexico W 28 21 S26 •at Baylor L 15 28 O3 •Texas A&M L 23 24 O10 •Arkansas L 14 26 O17 •Rice L 23 30 O24 Washington L 7 14 O31 •at Texas (6) L 9 26 N7 •TCU T 39 39 N14 •at SMU (8) L 6 30 N21 •at Houston L 7 15 Head Coach: Jerry Moore

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

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

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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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 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 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 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 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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W 38 22 L 7 49 L 10 17 W 13 9 L 26 30 W 27 24 W 24 14 L 26 35 W 41 7 L 0 33

T 10 10 W 31 22 W 43 13 W 21 16 T 28 28 L 18 39 W 38 15 W 31 14 L 28 42 L 7 42

W W L L L W W L W W

W L L L L L W W L W

52 19 3 24 12 21 24 0 31 31

23 21 14 3 33 7 35 10 14 21

0 13 7 28 28 7 10 16 29 27

7 31 35 6 42 24 19 7 29 16

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

1965 Overall: 8-3, SWC: 5-2 (Gator Bowl) S18 Kansas W 26 7 35,300 S25 •at Texas (3) L 7 33 65,350 O2 •Texas A&M W 20 16 43,000 O9 •TCU W 28 24 35,000 O16 Oklahoma State W 17 14 29,825 O23 •at SMU W 26 24 40,000 O30 •Rice W 27 0 43,555 N6 New Mexico State W 48 9 28,753 N13 •Baylor W 34 22 45,619 N20 •at Arkansas (2) L 24 42 42,000 D31 Georgia Tech L 21 31 60,127 Head Coach: JT King 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

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

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

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

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

L 27 30 L 0 34 L 3 7 L 13 35 L 6 28 L 0 14 L 0 14 L 13 42 W 21 12 L 0 34

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

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

16 7 10 3 17 13 3 51 7 20

0 14 7 10 19 7 7 14 0 16

7 49 0 35 21 6 17 13 3 27

6 42 38 0 17 8 42 6 28 14

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

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

1960 Overall: 3-6-1, SWC: 1-5-1 S17 West Texas State W 38 14 S24 •at Texas A&M T 14 14 O1 •at Texas (13) L 0 17 O8 •at TCU L 7 21 O15 •Baylor (7) L 7 14 O22 •SMU W 28 7 O29 •at Rice (13) L 6 30 N5 Tulane W 35 21 N12 Wyoming L 7 10 N19 •Arkansas (7) L 6 34 Head Coach: DeWitt Weaver

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

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

W 20 14 W 15 14 W 8 7 L 8 14 L 7 14 L 13 21 L 7 17 L 26 30 W 27 0 L 8 27

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

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

W 15 14 W 32 7 L 7 12 L 0 26 L 7 26 L 0 27 W 33 6 L 7 9 L 8 14 L 17 22

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

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

L 0 19 L 0 21 L 14 19 L 14 26 L 12 15 W 28 6 L 0 13 L 0 3 W 26 21 L 26 47

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

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

L 13 17 L 0 27 L 7 40 L 14 34 W 21 7 T 13 13 W 21 7 L 7 10 L 7 20 L 14 41

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Continued 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

W 20 14 L 0 32 W 24 6 T 27 27 L 0 7 W 27 24 W 27 7 W 34 7 W 13 7 W 16 14 L 14 21

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

W 41 9 16,500 W 33 7 14,000 T 13 13 24,500 W 55 28 15,000 L 13 20 25,000 L 7 20 14,171 W 28 14 23,000 W 55 13 18,000 W 61 14 14,000 W 61 19 7,500

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

1953 Overall: 11-1 4 (Gator Bowl) S19 West Texas State W 40 14 14,500 S26 at Texas Western W 27 6 7,000 O3 at Oklahoma A&M W 27 13 10,000 O10 Texas A&M L 14 27 26,114 O17 College of Pacific W 34 7 12,000 O24 New Mexico A&M W 71 0 6,000 O31 at Mississippi State (18) W 27 20 16,000 N7 Arizona W 52 27 16,500 N14 at Tulsa W 49 7 12,000 N21 at Houston W 41 21 20,000 N28 Hardin-Simmons W 46 12 15,000 J1 Auburn (17) W 35 13 28,641 Head Coach: DeWitt Weaver W 48 7 L 7 34 L 21 42 L 14 20 L 10 21 L 7 20 L 19 34 T 14 14 W 19 14 L 20 26 W 54 7

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

W 46 7 16,000 L 7 20 27,000 L 0 6 24,000 W 33 19 19,000 L 20 40 22,000 W 41 0 16,000 W 27 7 8,500 L 14 21 n/a W 60 14 n/a W 28 21 n/a W 25 14 17,000

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

L 14 28 L 13 34 L 13 28 L 6 19 L 12 26 W 61 7 L 7 13 L 7 39 W 39 7 W 37 12 L 13 28

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

1949 Overall: 7-5 (Raisin Bowl) S10 Abilene Christian W 20 0 10,500 S17 at Texas L 0 43 28,000 S24 at Texas A&M L 7 26 19,740 O1 West Texas State W 35 19 16,800 O8 Tulsa W 15 0 15,000 O15 Baylor (20) L 7 28 18,000 O22 Arizona W 27 7 9,000 O29 at Rice (5) L 0 28 18,000 N5 at Texas Western W 13 0 13,000 N19 at New Mexico W 27 0 10,000 N26 Hardin-Simmons W 23 13 15,500 D31 San Jose L 13 20 10,000 Head Coach: Dell Morgan 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

W 19 0 W 20 14 L 6 41 W 41 20 L 0 13 W 31 0 L 7 14 W 46 6 W 14 7 W 28 20

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

L 0 33 L 7 29 W 21 13 W 14 7 L 6 32 W 36 7 L 7 40 W 41 28 W 26 20 W 14 6 L 12 13

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

W 26 14 10,000 W 6 0 23,000 W 7 0 3,000 L 6 21 15,000 W 13 6 13,000 W 21 6 11,000 L 6 41 25,000 W 27 0 8,000 W 14 7 13,000 W 16 0 8,000 L 6 21 13,000

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

W 7 0 n/a L 6 16 22,831 L 0 33 n/a L 7 18 9,000 T 7 7 9,000 W 12 6 6,000 L 0 13 17,000 W 12 0 10,000 L 6 46 n/a T 6 6 n/a

L 13 27 n/a L 14 27 n/a L 7 14 n/a L 7 34 8,500 L 19 21 n/a W 35 6 n/a W 13 7 10,000 L 0 14 n/a W 13 7 1,500 L 6 7 5,000 W 7 6 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

W L L L W L L W L L

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

W 39 0 6,000 L 0 19 10,000 L 6 9 6,000 L 7 14 8,000 W 20 0 n/a L 7 19 10,000 W 13 6 10,000 L 6 13 n/a T 0 0 7,000 W 13 7 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

W 34 0 7,000 W 16 6 n/a W 14 0 na/ W 25 0 7,000 W 36 0 7,000 L 0 6 25,000 W 13 6 6,000 W 46 6 n/a W 7 0 16,000 W 35 6 5,000 L 0 6 14,000

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

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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

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 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


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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 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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T 6 6 9,000 W 19 0 9,000 W 32 19 n/a W 21 20 7,000 W 20 13 9,000 W 61 14 9,000 W 26 6 8,000 W 12 7 10,000 W 7 6 9,272 L 14 19 600 W 23 21 7,000

L 2 7 W 30 0 L 0 6 W 54 0 W 19 7 L 0 13 L 0 19 T 0 0 L 19 22 W 13 0 W 13 0

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

1938 Overall: 10-1 (Cotton Bowl) S17 Montana State W 35 0 7,500 S24 Wyoming W 39 0 n/a S30 at Duquesne W 7 6 12,000 O8 at Oklahoma City W 60 0 7,000 O15 at Montana W 19 13 8,000 O22 at Tex. Mines* W 14 7 7,000 N5 Loyola of the South W 55 0 8,000 N11 Gonzaga W 7 0 10,000 N19 New Mexico W 17 7 6,500 N26 Marquette W 21 2 12,000 J2 St. Mary’s (Calif.) L 13 20 n/a * = 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

W 6 0 L 12 25 L 6 13 L 0 34 W 20 0 W 27 0 W 14 6 W 25 6 W 13 0 W 7 2 W 27 0 L 6 7

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

W 26 7 4,500 W 7 0 12,000 W 34 6 7,000 L 0 6 n/a W 12 6 8,000 W 12 0 n/a L 7 26 35,000 L 6 13 n/a L 0 14 5,000 T 7 7 7,500

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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

W 9 0 6,500 W 27 6 n/a W 13 7 n/a T 0 0 3,000 L 0 16 18,000 W 14 0 n/a L 6 7 5,500 W 27 0 n/a L 7 12 n/a T 7 7 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

L 6 12 8,000 W 24 7 n/a W 14 7 5,000 W 20 0 n/a L 7 12 19,000 W 27 0 n/a W 13 0 3,500 W 48 19 4,000 T 20 20 3,500 W 14 7 7,000

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

L 0 14 W 33 0 W 7 0 W 40 10 W 12 0 W 26 6 W 7 0 W 13 0 W 6 0

1932 Overall: 10-2 S17 Panhandle A&M S24 Texas A&M* O1 SMU O7 Austin College O14 Arizona O15 at NM Normal O22 at Colorado Mines O28 Notre Dame “B” N4 Trinity N11 Baylor N19 at New Mexico N24 Hardin-Simmons * = Played in Amarillo, Texas Head Coach: Pete Cawthon 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

6,000 n/a 5,000 4,178 n/a n/a 6,500 n/a 7,500

W 44 0 L 0 7 W 6 0 W 64 0 W 21 0 W 43 7 W 21 0 W 39 0 W 79 0 W 14 2 W 39 6 L 12 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

W W L W L W L W W

5,000 n/a n/a 4,500 n/a n/a 3,000 2,500 n/a

21 7 0 46 0 26 12 32 6

0 0 8 0 32 6 14 6 0

1930 Overall: 3-6 S27 Wayland O3 New Mexico A&M O11 McMurry O17 Texas Mines O25 at TCU N1 at WT Teachers N11 Abilene Christian N19 at Howard Payne N27 Simmons Head Coach: Pete Cawthon

L 0 6 W 14 0 W 10 0 L 0 31 L 0 26 L 0 6 W 53 7 L 7 26 L 6 20

3,500 1,000 n/a n/a 4,000 n/a n/a n/a 3,500

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

W 19 0 T 7 7 L 2 6 T 0 0 L 0 22 L 0 34 L 3 7 L 0 24 L 0 21 L 0 20

3,500 6,000 2,700 n/a 6,500 n/a 4,000 1,500 5,000 1,500

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

W 7 0 L 0 12 W 13 6 W 3 0 L 6 28 T 0 0 L 0 7 L 0 19 W 18 7

n/a n/a n/a n/a 6,000 n/a n/a n/a 6,000

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

W W L W W L W L L

n/a 3,000 n/a 2,000 2,000 n/a 1,300 n/a 5,000

62 13 6 10 6 6 19 3 9

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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

W T W T W L T W W W

1925 Overall: 6-1-2 O3 McMurry O9 Austin O17 Montezuma O24 Clarendon O31 at Sul Ross N5 Wayland N11 at Abi. Christian N18 at Howard Payne N26 WT Teachers Head Coach: E.Y. Freeland

T 0 0 T 3 3 W 30 0 W 13 7 W 21 7 W 120 0 W 10 7 L 0 29 W 13 12

7 0 7 0 14 16 0 28 27 7

0 0 6 0 0 28 0 7 6 2

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4,500 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

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TEXAS TECH IN THE NATIONAL POLLS ASSOCIATED PRESS 2012 October 14_____________________ 18 October 21_____________________ 15 October 28_____________________ 20 November 4____________________ 25 November 11___________________ 23 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 WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

1995 Final_________________________ 23 October 31_____________________ 23 October 24_____________________ 22 October 17_____________________ 25 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________ 131 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 2012 September 30___________________ 24 October 14_____________________ 20 October 21_____________________ 17 October 28_____________________ 20 November 11___________________ 25 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


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TEXAS TECH IN THE NATIONAL POLLS Continued 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 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

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COACHES POLL BREAKDOWN Total Number of Weeks Ranked________ 114 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) WWW.TEXASTECH.COM


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BOWL HISTORY Texas Tech has made 35 postseason bowl appearances in its 88-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______________________ 60 2. Texas________________________ 51 3. Tennessee_____________________ 49 USC_________________________ 49 Nebraska______________________ 49 6. Georgia_______________________ 48 7. Oklahoma_____________________ 46 8. Penn State_____________________ 44 LSU_________________________ 44 10. Ohio State_____________________ 43 11. Michigan______________________ 42 Georgia Tech____________________ 42 13. Florida State____________________ 40 Florida________________________ 40 15. Arkansas______________________ 39 16. Auburn_______________________ 37 17. Texas Tech_____________________ 35 18. Miami (Fla.)_____________________ 34 Mississippi_____________________ 34 Texas A&M_____________________ 34 Clemson______________________ 34 22. UCLA________________________ 32 Washington____________________ 32 West Virginia ___________________ 32 25. BYU_________________________ 31 Notre Dame____________________ 31

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2012 MEINEKE CAR CARE BOWL OF TEXAS Texas Tech 34, Minnesota 31 Most Valuable Player: Seth Doege, QB 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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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 Ryan Bustin vs. Minnesota___________________ 2012 Meineke

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

Kickoff Return For Touchdown 1 Jakeem Grant vs. Minnesota__________________ 2012 Meineke

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 Derek Dorris vs. East Carolina______________2000 galleryfurniture

Longest FG 52 Alex Trlica vs. Minnesota_____________________ 2006 Insight 50 Clinton Greathouse vs. Iowa___________________ 2001 Alamo 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______________13 vs. Minnesota, 2012 Texas Bowl Most Yards Penalized______________ 135 vs. Minnesota, 2012 Texas Bowl Most Fumbles Lost___________________________ 3 vs. four teams WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

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RECEIVING Most Receptions 11 Joel Filani vs Minnesota______________________ 2006 Insight 11 Darrin Moore vs. Minnesota_________________2012 Texas Bowl 10 Eric Morris vs. Mississippi_____________________ 2008 Cotton 10 Lyle Leong vs. Northwestern_________________ 2010 TicketCity

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


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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 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. Seth Doege (2012)_______________ 10. Kliff Kingsbury (2001)_____________

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SINGLE-SEASON TOUCHDOWN LEADERS 1. B.J. Symons (2003)_________________ 2. Graham Harrell (2007)______________ 3. Kliff Kingsbury (2002)_______________ Graham Harrell (2008)______________ 5. Seth Doege (2012)_________________ 6. Graham Harrell (2006)______________ 7. Taylor Potts (2010)_________________ 8. Sonny Cumbie (2004)_______________ 9. Cody Hodges (2005)________________ Taylor Potts (2010)_________________

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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. Seth Doege (2012)_________________541 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. Seth Doege (2012)_________________380 9. Taylor Potts (2010)_________________369 10. Kliff Kingsbury (2001)_______________365

CAREER Most Attempts: _____________________ 2,062 Graham Harrell (2005-08) Most Completions: ___________________ 1,403 Graham Harrell (2005-08) Highest Completion Percentage: ___________ 69.0 Seth Doege (2009-12); 819-of-1,187 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. Seth Doege (2009-12)_____________ 8,646 4. Robert Hall (1990-93)_____________ 7,908 5. Taylor Potts (2007-10)_____________ 7,835 6. Zebbie Lethridge (1994-97)_________ 6,789 7. Billy Joe Tolliver (1985-88)__________ 6,756 8. B.J. Symons (2000-03)____________ 6,378 9. Sonny Cumbie (2001-04)___________ 5,116 10. Ron Reeves (1978-81)_____________ 4,688 CAREER TOUCHDOWN LEADERS 1. Graham Harrell (2005-2008)___________134 2. Kliff Kingsbury (1999-02)_____________ 95 3. Seth Doege (2009-12)_______________ 69 4. Taylor Potts (2007-10)_______________ 62 5. B.J. Symons (2000-03)______________ 59 6. Robert Hall (1990-93)_______________ 48 7. Zebbie Lethridge (1994-97)___________ 42 8. Billy Joe Tolliver (1985-88)____________ 38 9. Sonny Cumbie (2001-04)_____________ 33 Cody Hodges (2002-05)______________ 33 CAREER PASS ATTEMPTS LEADERS 1. Graham Harrell (2005-08)__________ 2,062 2. Kliff Kingsbury (1999-02)___________ 1,883 3. Seth Doege (2009-12)_____________ 1,187 4. Taylor Potts (2007-10)_____________ 1,106 5. Zebbie Lethridge (1994-97)_________ 1,070 6. Billy Joe Tolliver (1985-88)__________ 1,008 7. Robert Hall (1990-93)_______________997 8. B.J. Symons (2000-03)______________797 9. Ron Reeves (1978-81)_______________763 10. Sonny Cumbie (2001-04)_____________704 CAREER COMPLETION LEADERS 1. Graham Harrell (2005-08)__________ 1,403 2. Kliff Kingsbury (1999-02)___________ 1,231 3. Seth Doege (2009-12)_______________819 4. Taylor Potts (2007-10)_______________733 5. B.J. Symons (2000-03)______________554 6. Robert Hall (1990-93)_______________548 7. Zebbie Lethridge (1994-97)___________519 8. Billy Joe Tolliver (1985-88)____________493 9. Sonny Cumbie (2001-04)_____________461 10. Cody Hodges (2002-05)______________360


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PASSING/RECEIVING 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. Seth Doege vs. West Virginia (2012)__________________499 12. B.J. Symons vs. Navy (2003)______________________497 13. Steven Sheffield vs. Kansas State (2009)_______________490 14. B.J. Symons vs. Iowa State (2003)___________________487 15. Graham Harrell vs. UTEP (2007)____________________484 16. Graham Harrell vs. Baylor (2006)___________________483 17. Seth Doege vs. Kansas (2012)_____________________476 18. Kliff Kingsbury at Texas A&M (2002)_________________474 Graham Harrell vs. Texas (2008)____________________474 20. Kliff Kingsbury vs. Texas (2002)____________________473 21. Sonny Cumbie at SMU (2004)_____________________470 22. Graham Harrell at Texas (2007)____________________466 23. Taylor Potts vs. Baylor (2010)______________________462 24. Seth Doege vs. Kansas State (2011)__________________461 25. Kliff Kingsbury vs. Utah State (2000)_________________456 Graham Harrell vs. Oklahoma State (2008)______________456 Taylor Potts vs. Rice (2009)_______________________456 28. Cody Hodges vs. Florida International (2005)____________454 Graham Harrell at Kansas State (2008)________________454 30. Graham Harrell at Texas A&M (2008)_________________450 31. Sonny Cumbie at New Mexico (2004)_________________449 32. Billy Joe Tolliver vs. Oklahoma State (1988)_____________446 33. Graham Harrell vs. Minnesota (2006)_________________445 34. Seth Doege at Oklahoma (2011)____________________441 Sonny Cumbie vs. TCU (2004)______________________441 36. Kliff Kingsbury vs. Oklahoma State (2001)______________440 37. Sonny Cumbie vs. Nebraska (2004)__________________436 Cody Hodges vs. Sam Houston State (2005)_____________436 39. Graham Harrell at Baylor (2007)____________________433 40. Graham Harrell vs. Colorado (2007)__________________431 41. B.J. Symons at Baylor (2003)______________________428 42. Kliff Kingsbury vs. Oklahoma State (2002)______________425 Graham Harrell vs. Iowa State (2007)_________________425 Graham Harrell vs. Texas A&M (2007)_________________425 45. Billy Joe Tolliver vs. TCU (1985)_____________________422 46. Graham Harrell vs. Oklahoma (2007)_________________420 Taylor Potts at Texas (2009)_______________________420 48. Graham Harrell at SMU (2007)_____________________419 49. B.J. Symons vs. New Mexico (2003)__________________418 Graham Harrell vs. SMU (2008)____________________418 51. Graham Harrell at Rice (2007)_____________________414 52. Kliff Kingsbury vs. Kansas State (2001)________________409 53. Kliff Kingsbury at Missouri (2003)___________________408 Cody Hodges vs. Texas A&M (2005)__________________408 55. Kliff Kingsbury at New Mexico (2002)_________________407 Graham Harrell vs. Virginia (2007)___________________407 57. Kliff Kingsbury vs. Kansas (2000)___________________405 Taylor Potts vs. North Dakota (2009)_________________405 59. Sonny Cumbie vs. Texas (2004)_____________________403 60. Seth Doege at New Mexico (2011)___________________401 61. B.J. Symons vs. Colorado (2003)____________________399 62. Sonny Cumbie vs. Baylor (2004)____________________397 Graham Harrell at Missouri (2007)___________________397

RECEIVING RECORDS GAME 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) 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. Darrin Moore vs. Baylor (2012)___________________ Ricky Williams vs. North Texas (2001)_______________ Taurean Henderson at Texas A&M (2002)_____________ Wes Welker at Missouri (2003)___________________

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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 SEASON

SINGLE-SEASON YARDAGE LEADERS 1. Michael Crabtree (2007)_____________________ 2. Joel Filani (2006)_________________________ 3. Lloyd Hill (1992)__________________________ 4. Danny Amendola (2007)_____________________ 5. Carlos Francis (2003)_______________________ Jarrett Hicks (2004)________________________ 7. Michael Crabtree (2008)_____________________ 8. Wes Welker (2003)________________________ 9. Nehemiah Glover (2003)_____________________ 10. Wes Welker (2002)________________________

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SINGLE-SEASON TOUCHDOWN LEADERS 1. Michael Crabtree (2007)_______________________ 2. Michael Crabtree (2008)_______________________ Lyle Leong (2010)___________________________ 4. Darrin Moore (2012)_________________________ Jarrett Hicks (2004)__________________________ Joel Filani (2006)___________________________ 7. Eric Ward (2012)____________________________ Lloyd Hill (1992)____________________________ Mickey Peters (2003)_________________________ 10. Eric Ward (2011)____________________________

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CAREER Most Receptions: 302, Taurean Henderson (2002-05) Most Yards: 3,127, Michael Crabtree (2007-08) Most Yards per Reception: 20.4, Rodney Blackshear (1987-91) Most Touchdowns: 41, Michael Crabtree (2007-08) Miscellaneous: Most 100-Yard Receiving Games: 15, Michael Crabtree (2007-08) CAREER RECEPTION LEADERS 1. Taurean Henderson (2002-05)___________________302 2. Wes Welker (2000-03)________________________259 3. Detron Lewis (2007-10)_______________________238 4. Michael Crabtree (2007-08)_____________________231 5. Nehemiah Glover (2001-04)_____________________223 6. Carlos Francis (2000-03)_______________________216 7. Danny Amendola (2004-07)_____________________204 8. Jarrett Hicks (2003-06)________________________198 9. Mickey Peters (2000-03)_______________________196 10. Lloyd Hill (1990-93)__________________________189 CAREER YARDAGE LEADERS 1. Michael Crabtree (2007-08)___________________ 3,127 2. Wes Welker (2000-03)______________________ 3,069 3. Lloyd Hill (1990-93)________________________ 3,059 4. Carlos Francis (2000-03)_____________________ 3,027 5. Jarrett Hicks (2003-06)______________________ 2,859 6. Detron Lewis (2007-10)_____________________ 2,729 7. Nehemiah Glover (2001-04)___________________ 2,725 8. Joel Filani (2003-06)_______________________ 2,667 9. Mickey Peters (2000-03)_____________________ 2,318 10. Danny Amendola (2004-07)___________________ 2,246 CAREER TOUCHDOWN LEADERS 1. Michael Crabtree (2007-08)_____________________ 41 2. Lyle Leong (2007-10)_________________________ 32 3. Jarrett Hicks (2003-06)________________________ 30 4. Eric Ward (2010-12)__________________________ 23 Joel Filani (2003-06)_________________________ 23 6. Darrin Moore (2010-12)_______________________ 22 Mickey Peters (2000-03)_______________________ 22 8. Carlos Francis (2000-03)_______________________ 21 Wes Welker (2000-03)________________________ 21 Nehemiah Glover (2001-04)_____________________ 21

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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)

SINGLE-SEASON RECEPTION LEADERS 1. Michael Crabtree (2007)_______________________134 2. Danny Amendola (2007)_______________________109 3. Taurean Henderson (2002)______________________ 98 4. Wes Welker (2003)__________________________ 97 Michael Crabtree (2008)_______________________ 97 6. Darrin Moore (2012)_________________________ 92 Ricky Williams (2001)_________________________ 92 8. Joel Filani (2006)___________________________ 91 9. Robert Johnson (2006)________________________ 89 10. Detron Lewis (2010)_________________________ 87


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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

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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. 43. 44. 46. 48. 49. 50. 51.

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. Seth Doege vs. West Virginia (2012)_______ 527 9. Graham Harrell vs. Texas (2006)_________ 518 10. 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

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) 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. Seth Doege (2009-12)______________1,300 7. Taylor Potts (2007-10)______________1,165 8. Billy Joe Tolliver (1985-88)___________1,150 9. B.J. Symons (2000-03)_______________ 864 10. Ricky Williams (1997-01)_____________ 789 CAREER TOTAL OFFENSE LEADERS 1. Graham Harrell (2005-2008)_________ 15,611 2. Kliff Kingsbury (1999-01)___________ 12,263 3. Seth Doege (2009-12)______________8,700 4. Robert Hall (1990-93)______________8,489 5. Zebbie Lethridge (1994-97)___________7,690 6. Taylor Potts (2007-10)______________7,653 7. B.J. Symons (2000-03)______________6,586 8. Billy Joe Tolliver (1985-88)___________6,475 9. Ron Reeves (1978-81)______________5,544 10. Sonny Cumbie (2001-04)____________4,965 CAREER TOUCHDOWNS RESPONSIBLE FOR 1. Graham Harrell (2005-2008)___________ 146 2. Kliff Kingsbury (1999-02)_____________ 100 3. Seth Doege (2009-12)________________75 4. Zebbie Lethridge (1994-97)_____________71 5. Taurean Henderson (2002-05)___________70 6. Taylor Potts (2007-10)________________66 7. B.J. Symons (2000-03)________________61 8. James Gray (1986-89)________________52 9. Billy Joe Tolliver (1985-88)_____________44 10. Robert Hall (1990-93)________________41

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 SEASON 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) 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 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. Eric Stephens (2009-12)_____________4,488 8. Danny Amendola (2004-07)___________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 (2012); 59 RUSH, 4,215 PASS___4,274 9. Seth Doege (2011); 46 RUSH, 4,004 PASS___4,050 10. Taylor Potts (2010); 4 RUSH, 3,726 PASS___3,730

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. Seth Doege (2012)__________________39 7. Taylor Potts (2010)__________________37 8. Sonny Cumbie (2004)________________34 Cody Hodges (2005)_________________34 10. Seth Doege (2011)__________________32 CAREER


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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: _______________________________ 110 Ryan Bustin (2012); 17 FG, 59 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); Ryan Bustin (2012) 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:___________________________ 14 Times 1972, Don Grimes (34-of-34); 1978, Bill Adams (26-of-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-of56); Donnie Carona (50-of-50); 2011, Ryan Bustin (59-of-59); 2012

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

CAREER Points: 414, Taurean Henderson (2002-05) – 69 TD Points per Game: 9.4, Michael Crabtree (2007-08), 246 points, 26 games Touchdowns: 69, Taurean Henderson (2002-05) Points by Kicking: 377, Alex Trlica (2004-07); 48 FG, 233 PAT Conversions Made: 233, Alex Trlica (2004-07) Conversions Attempted: 233, Alex Trlica (2004-07) Field Goals Made: 48, Alex Trlica (2004-07) Field Goals Attempted: 73, Alex Trlica (2004-07) Field Goal Percentage: .724, Robert Treece (2001-02); 21-of-29 Consecutive Field Goals Made (Career): 10, Bill Adams (1979); 10, Scott Segrist (1988)

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. Ryan Bustin (2012); 17 FG, 59 PAT________________ 110 8. Byron Hanspard (1995); 18 TD__________________ 108 Ricky Williams (2001); 18 TD___________________ 108 Taurean Henderson (2004); 18 TD________________ 108

CAREER SCORING LEADERS 1. Taurean Henderson (2002-05); 69 TD______________ 414 2. Alex Trlica (2004-07); 48 FG, 233 PAT______________ 377 3. James Gray (1986-89); 52 TD___________________ 312 4. Ricky Williams (1997-01); 42 TD_________________ 252 5. Michael Crabtree (2007-08); 41 TD________________ 246 6. Shannon Woods (2005-08); 40 TD________________ 240 7. Byron Hanspard (1994-96); 38 TD________________ 228 8. Byron Morris (1991-93); 37 TD, 2 conversions_________ 226 9. Lin Elliott (1988-91); 40 FG, 100 PAT_______________ 220 10. Scott Segrist (1985-88); 41 FG, 92 PAT______________ 215

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

CAREER TOUCHDOWN LEADERS 1. Taurean Henderson (2002-05)___________________69 2. James Gray (1986-89)________________________52 3. Ricky Williams (1997-01)______________________42 4. Michael Crabtree (2007-08)_____________________41 5. Shannon Woods (2005-08)_____________________40 6. Byron Hanspard (1994-96)_____________________38 7. Byron Morris (1991-93)_______________________37 8. Bobby Cavazos (1951-53)______________________32 Baron Batch (2006, 2008-10)____________________32 Lyle Leong (2007-10)_________________________32 11. Larry Isaac (1973-76)_________________________31 Wes Welker (2000-03)________________________31 CAREER FIELD GOAL LEADERS 1. Alex Trlica (2004-07)_________________________48 2. Bill Adams (1977-79)_________________________43 3. Ricky Gann (1981-84)________________________41 Scott Segrist (1985-88)_______________________41 5. Lin Elliott (1988-91)_________________________40 6. Jon Davis (1991-94)_________________________35 Chris Birkholz (1998-00)_______________________35 8. Don Grimes (1971-73)________________________29 9. Brian Hall (1974-77)_________________________28 10. Tony Rogers (1994-97)________________________25 Robert Treece (2001-02)_______________________25

SINGLE-SEASON FIELD GOAL LEADERS 1. Ryan Bustin (2012)__________________________17 Lin Elliott (1991)___________________________17 Ricky Gann (1984)__________________________17 Bill Adams (1979)___________________________17 5. Bill Adams (1978)___________________________16 Chris Birkholz (1998)_________________________16 7. Brian Hall (1976)___________________________15 Scott Segrist (1988)__________________________15 Alex Trlica (2006)___________________________15 10. Lin Elliott (1990)___________________________14 Donnie Carona (2011)________________________14 SINGLE-SEASON PAT LEADERS 1. Alex Trlica (2007)___________________________67 2. Keith Toogood (2003)_________________________66 3. Alex Trlica (2005)___________________________60 Matt Williams (2009)_________________________60 5. Ryan Bustin (2012)__________________________59 6. Matt Williams (2010)_________________________56 7. Alex Trlica (2004)___________________________55 8. Robert Treece (2002)_________________________54 9. Alex Trlica (2006)___________________________51 10. Donnie Carona (2011)________________________50

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CAREER PAT LEADERS 1. Alex Trlica (2004-07)________________________ 233 2. Matt Williams (2008-10)______________________ 149 3. Jon Davis (1991-94)________________________ 103 4. Lin Elliott (1988-91)________________________ 100 5. Robert Treece (2001-02)_______________________97 6. Scott Segrist (1985-88)_______________________92 7. Chris Birkholz (1998-00)_______________________88 8. Donnie Carona (2008-11)______________________83 9. Brian Hall (1974-76)_________________________79 10. Don Grimes (1971-73)________________________78


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Tackles: _____________________________30 Donald Harris vs. Arizona (1988) Fumble Return for Touchdown: ______________ 1 several times; most recently, Cornelius Douglas vs. Oklahoma 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)____________

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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. Cody Davis (2009-12)_______________ 362 9. Ryan Aycock (2000-03)______________ 338 10. Charles Rowe (1986-89)_____________ 329


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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: ____________________________82 Eric Stephens (2009-12) Yards: ___________________________1,979 Eric Stephens (2009-12); 82 returns Yards per Return: _____________________ 30.3 Ronnie Rice (1957-59); 19-577 yards Touchdowns: _________________________ 2 Jakeem Grant (2012), 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. Jakeem Grant vs. Minnesota (2012)________99 7. Vincent Meeks at Oklahoma (2002)________98 8. Jakeem Grant vs. Baylor (2012)__________97 Frank Graves vs. New Mexico (1951)_______97 10. 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 (2009-12); 82 returns______1,979 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 (2009-12)_______________82 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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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____ 46.8 2. Alex Reyes (2006); 43 punts for 1,943 yards_____ 45.2 3. Maury Buford (1981); 78 punts for 3,493 yards____ 44.8 4. Maury Buford (1978); 71 punts for 3,131 yards____ 44.1 5. Alex Reyes (2003); 28 punts for 1,203 yards_____ 43.0 6. Alex Reyes (2005); 49 punts for 2,099 yards_____ 42.8 7. Robert King (1993); 54 punts for 2,305 yards_____ 42.7 8. Robert King (1992); 53 punts for 2,256 yards_____ 42.6 9. Jamie Simmons (1988); 44 punts for 1,860 yds____ 42.4 10. Jonathan LaCour (2007); 33 punts for 1,391 yds___ 42.2 CAREER Punts: _______________________________ 293 Maury Buford (1978-81) Punting Average: __________________________ 43.3 Alex Reyes (2006); 43 punts for 1,943 yards

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 YARDAGE LEADERS 1. Wes Welker (2002); 57 returns_____________ 2. Tyrone Thurman (1986); 33 returns___________ 3. Larry Alford (1968); 38 returns_____________ 4. Tyrone Thurman (1985); 31 returns___________ 5. Wes Welker (2003); 33 returns_____________ 6. Danny Amendola (2006); 41 returns__________ 7. Marc Dove (1971); 33 returns______________ 8. Danny Amendola (2004); 29 returns__________ 9. Leonard Harris (1982); 33 returns____________ 10. Wes Welker (2000); 28 returns_____________

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. Austin Zouzalik (2009-12)_________________ 55 Mike Patterson (1976-77)_________________ 55 10. John Norman (1997-99)__________________ 50

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CAREER AVERAGE LEADERS 1. Alex Reyes (2003-06)___________________ 43.3 2. Maury Buford (1978-81)_________________ 43.2 3. Robert King (1992-93)__________________ 42.6 4. Ryan Erxleben (2009, 2011-12)_____________ 41.4 5. Jeremy Hernandez (1996-98)______________ 40.1 Jamie Simmons (1986-89)________________ 40.1 7. Brad Cade (1994-95)___________________ 39.8 Clinton Greathouse (2000-02)______________ 39.8 Eric Rosiles (1999-00)___________________ 39.8 10. Jonathan LaCour (2007-2010)______________ 39.7 11. Dennis Vance (1982-84)_________________ 39.6

CAREER

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

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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) 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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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 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. New Mexico (2012)________________ 702 8. vs. TCU (1985)_____________________ 699 9. vs. Kansas State (2005)_______________ 684 10. vs. Baylor (2006)___________________ 682


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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) 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)

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) PUNT RETURNS 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, 2012)

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) TOTAL DEFENSE Fewest Yards Allowed (Game): 84 vs. Northwestern State (2012) Fewest Yards Allowed (Season): 3,421 (1994) 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: -13 (2012)

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STADIUM RECORDS STADIUM RECORD ATTENDANCE: 60,879– Texas Tech vs. Texas (Nov. 3, 2012) 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 65th season at The Jones, Texas Tech is 334-162-13 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 52 winning or nonlosing seasons in 65 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 2012____ 6_____ 57,215____ 60,879__________ Texas 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 20 ATTENDANCE FIGURES Attend Game Season 60,879______Tech vs. Texas________________ 2012 60,800______Tech vs. Oklahoma_____________ 2012 60,454______Tech vs. Texas________________ 2010 60,454______Tech vs. Ok State______________ 2010 59,260______Tech vs. Iowa State_____________ 2011 58,955______Tech vs. New Mexico____________ 2012 58, 416______Tech vs. Texas A&M_____________ 2011 57,733_______Tech vs. Texas A&M_____________ 2009 57,528_______Tech vs. SMU_________________ 2010 57,328_______Tech vs. West Virginia___________ 2012 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 55,052______Tech vs. Kansas_______________ 2012 55,038______Tech vs. Oklahoma_____________ 2007 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, 2011) 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) Largest Margin of Victory: 120 (Tech vs. Wayland – 1925) Largest Margin of Victory (Since 1950): 71-0 vs. New Mexico A&M (1953) MISCELLANEOUS Win-Loss Record: 334-162-13 Last Tie Game: vs. TCU, 10-10 (1983) SEASON Most Points: 367 (2005) Fewest Points: 20 (1928)



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