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TEXAS TECH FOOTBALL MEDIA SUPPLEMENT | 2012

GAME SEVEN • Texas Tech 41, Oklahoma 38

GAME EIGHT • Iowa State 41, Texas Tech 7

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 Texas Tech 7 #1 Oklahoma 7

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

2 3 4 17 7 10 0 10 21

FINAL 41 38

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

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

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TEXAS TECH OKLAHOMA 27 ___________ 24 120 __________ 124 452 __________ 412 34-53-0 ________ 30-55-1 572 __________ 536 1-0 ___________ 2-1 9-50 __________ 5-61 9-540 _________ 6-358 1-22-0_________ 2-25-0 6-100-0 ________ 8-186-0 1-0-0 _________ 0-0-0 1-2-0 _________ 0-0-0 34:59 _________ 25:01 6 of 14 _________ 7 of 14 1 of 3 _________ 2 of 2 5-6 ___________ 3-4 0-0 ___________ 3-26 Drive Start T46 O31 T22 T31 O46 T28 O30 O45 T44 T26 T26 O29 O40

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

3 7 0

4 10 0

FINAL 41 7

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

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

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

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

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

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