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

GAME SIX • Kansas State 41, Texas Tech 34

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

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

FINAL 45 40

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

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

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

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

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

FINAL 41 34

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

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

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

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

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

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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 ________________

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