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TEXAS FOOTBALL TECH 2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL

GAME 11

RED RAIDERS at MISSOURI SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2011

TEXAS TECH (5-5; 2-5 BIG 12) SEPTEMBER 3 Texas State 10 Open 17 at New Mexico 24 Nevada (Family Weekend) OCTOBER 1 at *Kansas 8 23/25 *Texas A&M 15 17/18 *K-State (HC) 22 at 3/1 *Oklahoma 29 *Iowa State NOVEMBER 5 at *Texas 12 *Oklahoma State 19 at *Missouri 26 vs. #*Baylor (Arlington)

W, 50-10 W, 59-13 (Versus) W, 35-34 (FCS) W, 45-34 L, 40-45 (FX) L, 34-41 (FSN) W, 41-38 (ABC) L, 7-41 (FSN) L, 20-52 (FX) L, 6-66 (ABC) 2:30 p.m. (ABC) 6 p.m. (FSN)

* = Big 12 Conference Game # = Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, Texas All times are Central

MISSOURI (5-5; 3-4 BIG 12) SEPTEMBER 3 Miami (Ohio) 9 at Arizona State 17 Western Illinois 24 at *Oklahoma OCTOBER 8 at *Kansas State 15 *Iowa State 22 *Oklahoma State 29 at *Texas A&M NOVEMBER 5 at *Baylor 12 *Texas 19 *Texas Tech 26 vs. *Kansas (Kansas City)

W, 17-6 (FSN) L, 30-37 (ESPN) W, 69-0 (PPV) L, 28-38 (FX) L, 17-24 (ABC) W, 52-17 L, 24-45 (FX) W, 38-31 (FX) L, 39-42 (FSN) W, 17-5 (FX) 2:30 p.m. (ABC) 2:30 p.m. (FSN)

* = Big 12 Conference Game All times are Central

RED RAIDERS HOPE TO REBOUND IN FINAL TRIP TO COLUMBIA Texas Tech will be looking to rebound this weekend against a Missouri team that has won three of its last five games. The weekend excursion to Columbia will mark the final trip by the Red Raiders to Columbia as the Tigers will be leaving the Big 12 for the Southeastern Conference. Kickoff on Saturday afternoon has been set for 2:30 p.m. and will be televised on a regional basis on ABC. Red Raider fans across the state can tune into one of 39 affiliates of the Texas Tech Sports Network as Brian Jensen, John Harris and Chris Level will have the call live from Memorial Stadium.

2011 BIG 12 STANDINGS LAST TIME OUT: OKLAHOMA STATE 66, TEXAS TECH 6 LUBBOCK (AP) - Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy trusts his second- TEAM CONFERENCE OVERALL STREAK ranked Cowboys can handle the mounting pressure as they approach Oklahoma State 7-0 10-0 W11 their final two games. Oklahoma 5-1 8-1 W2 After beating Texas Tech 66-6 on Saturday, No. 2 Oklahoma State is Kansas State 5-2 8-2 W1 likely two more victories away from playing for the national title. Texas 3-3 6-3 L1 “There is pressure. Each week I know you can feel it” said Gundy, Baylor 3-3 6-3 W2 whose team is 10-0 for the first time in school history. “But it’s our Texas A&M 3-4 5-5 L3 responsibility to manage it.” 3-4 5-5 W1 Brandon Weeden threw for 423 yards and five touchdowns and Jo- Missouri Iowa State 2-4 5-4 W2 seph Randle ran for three more scores to lead Oklahoma State. 2-5 5-5 L3 The Cowboys, second in the BCS standings this week, next (7-0 Big Texas Tech Kansas 0-7 2-8 L8 12) play at Iowa State before closing their season at home against Oklahoma in the Bedlam game. Weeden, who completed 31 of 37 passes, threw touchdown passes of 2, 27, 28, 48 and 66 yards, and had no interceptions before his backup came in late in the third quarter. Justin Blackmon and Josh Cooper each had more than 100 receiving yards. Weeden, 28, said the team isn’t listening to the chatter about their season. It was the Red Raiders’ most lopsided loss ever and the most points allowed in program history. Seth Doege completed 25 of 43 passes for a season-low 169 yards and an interception for Texas Tech (5-5, 2-5). The Cowboys dominated from the start, going up 21-0 in the first quarter. They ran at will and Weeden wasn’t pressured much. He was sacked just once. Stewart and Blackmon had two touchdowns each. Randle’s rushing scores went for 2, 1 and 10 yards, and he finished with 78 yards on 18 carries. Hershel Sims led the Cowboy with 109 yards on 13 carries. GAME INFORMATION Date/Time: Location: Radio:

Saturday, November 19, 2011 at 2:30 p.m. (CT) Columbia, Mo. (Faurot Field at Memorial Stadium, 71,004) Texas Tech Sports Network from Learfield Sports Brian Jensen (Play-by-Play/12th Season), John Harris (Analyst/29th Season), Chris Level (Sidelines/2nd Season), Steve Pitts (Engineer/33rd Season) National Radio: None Satellite Radio: Sirius Channel 112/XM Channel 91 (both channels will carry Mizzou broadcast) Television: ABC (Regional) Dave LaMont (Play-by-Play), Ray Bentley (Analyst) On The Web: Live in-game statistics and other coverage can be found at www.texastech.com

TEXAS TECH RED RAIDERS

MISSOURI TIGERS

Record: Rankings

5-5; 2-5 BIG 12 None

Record: Rankings:

5-5; 3-4 BIG 12 RV AP/None

Last Game

L, 6-66 vs. Oklahoma State

Last Game:

W, 17-5 vs. Texas

Head Coach: Career Record: Record at Tech: vs. Missouri

Tommy Tuberville 123-70 (16th Season) 13-10 (Second Season) 1-0

Head Coach: Career Record: Record at OSU: vs. Texas Tech:

Gary Pinkel 155-90-3 (21st Season) 82-53 (11th Season) 3-2

MEMORIAL STADIUM Location _______________ 600 East Stadium Blvd. ____________________________ Columbia, Mo. Capacity __________________________ 71,004 Tickets __________________________ Available Ticket Office ________________ (800) CAT-PAWS ________________________ www.mutigers.com

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS

Blayne Beal Associate Athletics Director

Scott Lacefield Associate Director

TEXAS TECH SPORTS NETWORK

Britton Drown Assistant

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS (806) 742-2770 • (806) 742-1970 - fax Associate A.D./Communications Blayne Beal Office ______________ (806) 742-2762 Cell ________________ (806) 790-7924 Email ____________ blayne.beal@ttu.edu Associate Director/Communications Scott Lacefield Office ______________ (806) 742-2770 Cell ________________ (817) 691-3786 Email __________ scott.lacefield@ttu.edu Assistant Britton Drown Office ______________ (806) 742-2770

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BIG 12 TELECONFERENCE The Big 12 Teleconferences are scheduled on Mondays throughout the season through November 29. Texas Tech Head Coach Tommy Tuberville will participate on the call at 10:50 a.m. CT. The media call-in number can be obtained by contacting the Big 12 Conference. Following is the order for the call:

TIME COACH 9:50 Mack Brown, Texas 10:00 Turner Gill, Kansas 10:10 Bob Stoops, Oklahoma 10:20 Mike Gundy, Oklahoma State 10:30 Bill Snyder, Kansas State 10:40 Gary Pinkel, Missouri 10:50 Tommy Tuberville, Texas Tech 11:00 Art Briles, Baylor 11:10 Paul Rhoads, Iowa State 11:20 Mike Sherman, Texas A&M

VIDEO DOWNLOADS Broadcast quality video is now available for download on a daily basis. These files are in high-quality, Quick Time format and available at www.ttumedia.com. Highlights from each individual game and postgame press conferences along with Monday press conferences will be available for download. Additionally, post practice interviews are being made available for download. For login information, please contact Blayne Beal or Scott Lacefield in the athletics communications office.

COLLEGEPRESSBOX.COM The official media site for Big 12 football will provide one-stop access to updated contact information, media guides, game notes, game books, quotes, links and more for each of the conference’s 10 institutions and the conference office. For a username and password, contact Ted Gangi at webmaster@collegepressbox.com. Bob Burda Big 12 Football Contact bob@big12sports.com

TEXASTECH.COM This is the official website of Texas Tech Athletics. Texas Tech football releases as well as a wide variety of athletics department information can be found on the web. Weekly game notes, news and statistical information can be found here throughout the football season. www.texastech.com

RED RAIDER SPORTS WEEKLY LISTINGS Cox Sports Television# Fox College Sports FSN Southwest Time Warner Cable^ Abilene-Sweetwater, TX Amarillo, TX Artesia, NM Big Spring, TX Corpus Cristi, TX Houston, TX Lubbock, TX Lubbock, TX Odessa-Midland, TX Tyler-Longview, TX Waco/Temple-Bryan

Tuesday - 5:30 P.M. Monday - 1:30/10 P.M. Tuesday - 6:30 P.M. Wednesday - 3:00 P.M. Tuesday - 5:00 P.M. KTAB-TV 32 Sunday - 11:05 P.M. KCPN-TV 33 Sunday - 10:30 P. M. PVT* Tuesday - 8:00 P.M. KWAB-TV 33 Sunday - 11:30 P.M MYTX Monday - 6:00 P.M. CSS Houston Monday - 9:00 P.M. KJTV Fox 34 Sunday - 10:00 P.M. My Lubbock TV Sunday - 10:30 P.M. KWES-TV 9 Sunday - 11:30 P.M MYTX Monday - 6:00 P.M. MYTX Sunday - 11:00 P.M.

TOMMY TUBERVILLE RADIO SHOW Red Raider Football with Tommy Tuberville will air live each Thursday evening (beginning on Sept. 1) on the Texas Tech Sports Network. The show is hosted each week by Chris Level and runs between 6-7 p.m. The show will tape live from Ruby Tequila’s on University Ave. across the street from Jones AT&T Stadium.

CREDENTIALS Please direct all credential requests to www.texastech.com. Requests should be made on-line at the official website of the Texas Tech Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. Confirmation of your request will be made upon review by Blayne Beal, Associate Athletics Director for Communications. Credentials are limited to members of the working media who are assigned to cover Texas Tech Football. Every effort will be made to fulfill each request. Credentials are for adult use only and are non-transferable.

TEXAS TECH MEDIA ACCESS Texas Tech will host a weekly media luncheon on Monday mornings in the Football Training Facility, which is located on the southeast corner of the stadium. Head coach Tommy Tuberville along with the starting quarterback and other requested players will take part in a news conference that will follow lunch. Lunch will be served each Monday at 11 a.m. with the news conference following at 11:45 a.m.

The Texas Tech Sports Network from Learfield Sports, will carry all the exciting action of Red Raider Football beginning with the season opener with Texas State and all the way through the bowl season. Brian Jensen (play-by-play) and John Harris (color analyst) return to the broadcast booth and will be joined on the sidelines by Lubbock radio personality Chris Level (sidelines).

2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL AFFILIATES CITY STATION FREQUENCY Abilene/Haskell __ KVRP-FM __________________97.1 Alpine ________ KVLF-AM _________________ 1240 Amarillo _______ KARX-FM__________________95.7 Andrews ______ KACT-AM ________________ 1360 Andrews ______ KACT-FM _________________ 105.5 Artesia ________ KSVP-AM__________________ 990 Austin ________ KZNX-AM ________________ 1530 Big Spring______ KBST-FM __________________95.7 Brownwood ____ KXYL-FM __________________96.9 Dallas ________ KFXR-AM_________________ 1190 Dallas (North) ___ KDKR-FM__________________95.3 El Paso________ KHEY-AM_________________ 1380 Fredericksburg___ KNAF-AM _________________ 910 Hereford _______ KPAN-AM _________________ 860 Hereford _______ KPAN-FM_________________ 106.3 Hobbs, NM _____ KHOB-AM ________________ 1390 Houston _______ KPRC-AM _________________ 950 Junction _______ KMBL-AM ________________ 1450 Lamesa _______ KPET-AM __________________ 690 Lampasas ______ KACQ-FM_________________ 101.9 Lampasas ______ KCYL-AM _________________ 1450 Lubbock _______ KTTU-FM _________________ 104.3 Lubbock _______ KXTQ-FM__________________93.7 Lubbock _______ KJTV-AM __________________ 950 Memphis ______ KLSR-FM _________________ 105.3 Midland/Odessa __ KMCM-FM _________________96.9 Pampa ________ KOMX-FM ________________ 100.3 Plainview ______ KVOP-AM ________________ 1090 Roswell, NM ____ KBIM-AM__________________ 910 San Angelo _____ KNRX-FM _________________96.5 San Angelo _____ KELI-FM__________________ 106.1 San Antonio ____ KZDC-AM ________________ 1250 Seminole ______ KSEM-FM ________________ 106.3 Sweetwater ____ KXOX-AM ________________ 1240 Tyler _________ KTBB-AM _________________ 600 Tyler _________ KYZS-AM_________________ 1490 Vernon ________ KVWC-AM ________________ 1490 Vernon ________ KVWC-FM ________________ 103.1 Weatherford ____ KYQX-FM __________________89.5

Weekly Media Access Sunday - Coordinators (Post-Practice) Monday - Media Luncheon (Coach Tuberville and requested players) Tuesday - Coach Tuberville, Players (Post-Practice) Wednesday - Coach Tuberville (Post-Practice) Thursday - No availability Friday - No availability

Live online streaming is available through RaiderVision All-Access at www.texastech.com. Internet broadcasts of all Texas Tech Athletics sporting events can be purchased for a nominal fee per month or per year. The fee also includes web streaming of selected events. Chris Level, Host

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL

“THE RIVERBOAT GAMBLER” IS NOW THE

HIGH PLAINS COMMANDER HEAD COACH TOMMY TUBERVILLE

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resh off an eight win season and a win over Northwestern in the TicketCity Bowl, Texas Tech head coach Tommy Tuberville begins his second season. In year one, Tuberville led the Red Raiders to an 8-5 record and became the first coach in school history to win a bowl game in his first season. Armed with a prolific offense and an improving defense, the Red Raiders secured their 11th consecutive bowl bid by ending the regular-season with back-to-back wins. Tuberville’s strong bowl history proved beneficial for the Red Raiders as he led them to a 45-38 win over Northwestern, which gave Tech its third consecutive win over a Big Ten foe. His successful debut led to a one-year contract extention that will keep him on the Tech sideline through the 2015 season. The excitement for Tuberville’s first season was historic as a new single-season school record for season tickets was established with sales peaking at 46,565. Along the way, Tech also set a new standard for home attendance as as an average of 57,107 fans attended the six home games at Jones A&T Stadium. Tuberville inherited a program (Jan. 10, 2010) that had been bowl eligible for a Big 12 record 16 consecutive seasons and won 29 games in the last three seasons. In 10 seasons at Auburn, Tuberville led the Tigers to 85 overall wins, which ranks fourth in school history. The Tigers also won 49 Southeastern Conference games, a number that is the fourth-best mark in the SEC. Tuberville led Auburn to seven straight bowl appearances, including New Year’s Day bowl games in four of those years. In 2007, Tuberville led Auburn to an 9-4 mark, including a 5-3 record in the Southeastern Conference with wins at No. 4 Florida and a record-setting sixth consecutive win over Alabama in the Iron Bowl. The Tigers concluded the season with an overtime victory over Clemson in the Chick-fil-A Bowl, marking the program’s fifth bowl victory in the last six seasons. For the second consecutive year, Tuberville was a finalist for the Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year award for his efforts on and off the field. The 2006 season saw Tuberville direct the Tigers to their second season with at least 10 wins in the previous three years with an 11-2 record after a 17-14 victory over Nebraska in the AT&T Cotton Bowl Classic. One of three finalist for the inaugural Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year award, Tuberville’s 2006 squad was the only program in the country to defeat two teams ranked in the top five nationally - National Champion Florida and LSU. Coming off a perfect 13-0 season in 2004, expectations for Tommy Tuberville’s 2005 Auburn squad were modest after the Tigers lost four players to the first round of the NFL draft, including their entire starting backfield. But Auburn surprised many of the experts, finishing 9-3 and earning a share of its fifth Southeastern Conference Western Division title in six years. Auburn ended the regular season with back-to-back victories over Georgia and Alabama - two teams ranked at the time in the top 10 - setting a new school record in the process with 22 victories over a two year period. In 2004, Tuberville led Auburn to its best season ever as the Tigers won a school-record 13 games and captured the SEC Championship and the NOKIA Sugar Bowl title. Auburn won its first conference title since 1989 including its first outright championship since 1987. Auburn defeated five top 15 teams, becoming just the 10th NCAA Division I-A team to finish 13-0 or better. The Tigers earned their first ever berth in a Bowl Championship Series game and defeated VirginiaTech, 16-13 in the Sugar Bowl. For his efforts, Tuberville was named the AFCA, Associated Press, Paul “Bear” Bryant, FCA, SEC and Walter Camp Coach of the Year. The season before Tuberville’s arrival, Auburn finished with a dismal 3-8 overall record and a last place finish in the SEC Western Division. Tuberville guided the program back to the top of the league standings, leading Auburn to an SEC Championship, five Western Division titles including outright championships in 2000 and 2004 and co-championships in 2001, 2002 and 2005. Tuberville directed Auburn to eight consecutive bowl appearances, including five New Year’s Day bowl berths and three consecutive January 1 bowl games from 2005-07. In 2006, 11 players had graduated before the start of the season, and Auburn had 16 graduates on its 2007 AT&T Cotton Bowl roster. In 2005, 12 players graduated prior to the Capital One Bowl, while in 2004, nine players who had already earned their degrees played in the Nokia Sugar

Bowl. In 2003, linebacker Dontarrious Thomas, a three-time SEC Honor Roll selection, was one of eight Division I players named a National College Scholar-Athlete which awarded him a $18,000 postgraduate scholarship from the National Football Foundation and College Football Hall of Fame. While at Ole Miss from 1995-98, Tuberville posted a 25-20 record. Inheriting a Rebel program plagued by NCAA sanctions and probation, he guided Ole Miss to a winning record in his first season in 1995, despite having just 61 players on scholarship. He did not have a full compliment of scholarship players to work with in any of his four years at Ole Miss. By the time he had three recruiting classes under his belt, Tuberville led Ole Miss to an 8-4 mark and a victory in the inaugural Motor City Bowl in 1997. His efforts earned him Associated Press SEC Coach of the Year Honors and American Football Quarterly magazine selected him as runnerup for its Schutt Sports Coach of the Year honor. Prior to becoming head coach at Ole Miss, Tuberville served as defensive coordinator and linebackers coach at Texas A&M for one season. In 1994, he helped lead the Aggies to a 10-0-1 record and No. 8 final ranking by the Associated Press. Under his direction, the Aggie defense finished fourth nationally in scoring defense (13.1 ppg), fifth in total defense (265.5 ypg) and sixth in rushing defense (92.4 ypg). Tuberville served as a member of the University of Miami staff for eight seasons from 1986-93, taking over as defensive coordinator in 1993. While serving on the staffs of Jimmy Johnson and Dennis Erickson at Miami, Tuberville was a defensive coach on teams which won three national championships, posted an 87-9 record and played in nine consecutive New Year’s Day bowls. As defensive coordinator for the Hurricanes in 1993, Tuberville directed a Miami defense which was ranked No. 3 nationally in scoring defense (12.6 ppg) and No. 5 nationally in pass defense (91.15 ypg). Tuberville began his collegiate coaching career at Arkansas State in 1980, coaching various segments of the Indians’ defense over the next five seasons. During a five-year stay at Arkansas State, Tuberville coached defensive backs, nose guards and linebackers. During his final year at ASU, the Indians advanced to the second round of the NCAA Division I-AA playoffs. He began his coaching career at Hermitage (Ark.) High School where he spent two years as an assistant and two as a head coach. After three straight four-win seasons, Tuberville guided HHS to a 7-3 mark in 1979 before moving to Arkansas State. A 1976 graduate of Southern Arkansas University, Tuberville was a letterman at free safety and a two-year member of the golf team at SAU. He is a 1972 graduate of Harmony Grove High School in Camden, Ark. Tuberville is married to the former Suzanne Fette of Guilford, Ind. They are the parents of two sons, Thomas Tucker and Troy Allen. COACHING CAREER 2010-Present Head Coach, Texas Tech University 1999-08 Head Coach, Auburn University 1995-98 Head Coach, University of Mississippi 1994 Defensive Coordinator, Texas A&M 1993 Defensive Coordinator, University of Miami 1986-92 Defensive Coach, University of Miami 1980-84 Assistant Coach, Arkansas State University Career Record PERSONAL Name: Born: Hometown: Wife: Children: Education:

13-10 85-40 25-20

123-70

Thomas Hawley Tuberville September 18, 1954 Camden, Ark. The former Suzanne Fette of Guilford, Ind. Thomas Tucker, Troy Allen B.S., Physical Education (1976), Southern Arkansas University

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL TEXAS TECH AND MISSOURI Texas Tech and Missouri will be meeting for just the ninth time on Saturday afternoon at Memorial Stadium in Columbia. The Tigers enter the game with a 5-3 edge in the all-time series against the Red Raiders and have a perfect 3-0 record in Columbia. A win on Saturday would give the Red Raiders at least one win at every venue in the Big 12 Conference (including former members Nebraska and Colorado). Texas Tech upset the then No. 17 Tigers last season 24-17 in Lubbock. ON THIS DATE IN TEXAS TECH HISTORY NOVEMBER 19 – (7-6 Overall; 5-3 Home; 2-3 Road) 2005 – vs. #25 Oklahoma W 23-21 1994 – vs. Houston W 34-0 1988 – vs. #17 Houston L 29-30 1983 – at Houston L 41-43 1977 – at Houston L 7-45 1966 – vs. #6 Arkansas W 21-16 1960 – vs. #7 Arkansas L 6-34 1955 – vs. College of Pacific W 13-7 1949 – at New Mexico W 27-0 1938 – vs. New Mexico W 17-7 1932 – at New Mexico W 39-6 1930 – at Howard Payne L 7-26 1929 – vs. Howard Payne L 0-24 INJURY REPORT Tony Morales - underwent season-ending shoulder surgery during fall camp. Tanner Foster - suffered a left knee injury against Nevada and will miss the remainder of the season. Eric Stephens- will miss the remainder of the season with a knee injury that he suffered against Texas A&M. Tre’ Porter - suffered a head injury against Iowa State and will not play on Saturday against Oklahoma State. Ben McRoy - missed the Texas game due to illness but is expected to return on Saturday against Oklahoma State. Aaron Fisher - suffered a season ending knee injury in the Oklahoma State game. Donald Langley - suffered a lower leg injury against Oklahoma State and will miss Saturday’s game against Missouri. Adam James - suffered an abdominal contusion against Oklahoma State and is being listed as probable for Saturday’s game against Missouri. Cody Davis - suffered a back strain against Oklahoma State and is being listed as probable for Saturday’s game against Missouri.

DESTINATION: POSTSEASON Texas Tech can take a major step toward claiming its 12th consecutive bowl invitation on Saturday on the road against Missouri. A win over the Tigers would make the Red Raiders bowl eligible for a Big 12 record 19th consecutive season. The Red Raiders have won their last two bowl games as they posted a 41-31 win over Michigan State in the 2009 Alamo Bowl and a 45-38 victory over Northwestern in last year’s TicketCity Bowl. TIME TO SNAP THE STREAK Texas Tech will be looking to snap a three-game losing streak on Saturday afternoon in Columbia. The Red Raiders will be looking to avoid a four-game losing skid which would mark the first for the program since losing five consecutive games in 1993. EASY AS 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 Senior placekicker Donnie Carona is quickly moving up the single-season field goals list at Texas Tech. His 12 field goals are the most by a Red Raider during the first nine games of the season in over 11 years. Here is what potentially lies ahead of Carona the rest of the season: • Needs 1 field goal to move into a tie for 10th place (singleseason field goals) • Needs 2 field goals to move into a tie for 9th place (singleseason field goals) • Needs 3 field goals to move into a tie for 6th place (singleseason field goals) • Needs 4 field goals to move into a tie for 4th place (singleseason field goals) • Needs 5 field goals to move into a tie for 1st place (singleseason field goals) • Needs 6 field goals to break all-time record (single-season field goals) SET-UP MAN Sophomore Ben McRoy has been gaining valuable kickoff return yardage all season long and has been setting the Tech offense in prime field position. Here is a look at where McRoy stands up all-time at Texas Tech: • Single-Season Kickoff Returns: 30 (3rd) • Single-Season Kickoff Return Yardage: 719 (3rd) • Career Kickoff Returns: 34 (just outside of top 10) • Career Kickoff Return Yardage: 797 (9th) • Needs 105 yards to move into 2nd place (single-season yardage) • Needs 353 yards to move into 1st place (single-season yardage) • Needs 3 returns to move into 2nd place (single-season returns) • Needs 15 returns to move into 1st place (single-season returns) • Needs 28 yards to move into 8th place (career yardage)

• Needs 103 yards to move into 7th place (career yardage) • Needs 159 yards to move into 6th place (career yardage) • Needs 163 yards to move into 5th place (career yardage) • Needs 305 yards to move into 4th place (career yardage) • Needs 4 returns to move into 8th place (career returns) • Needs 7 returns to move into 7th place (career returns) • Needs 10 returns to move into 6th place (career returns) • Needs 14 returns to move into 5th place (career returns) • Needs 16 returns to move into 4th place (career returns) DOEGE NAMED O’BRIEN SEMIFINALIST Junior quarterback Seth Doege was named one of 16 semifinalist for the Davey O’Brien Award which is presented annually to the nation’s top collegiate quarterback. Doege is one of five Big 12 quarterbacks on the list including; Landry Jones (OU), Brandon Weeden (OSU), Robert Griffin III (BU) and Ryan Tannehill (TAMU). THIS IS HOW WE DOEGE Junior quarterback Seth Doege has been impressive through 10 games of the 2011 season and faces yet another test on Saturday at Missouri. • Named one of 16 semifinalist for the Davey O’Brien Award. • Named the Walter Camp National Offensive Player of the Week (10/23), the AT&T All-America Player of the Week (9/22 and 10/27) and the Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week (9/19). • Has compiled three, 400-plus yard passing games and thrown for over 300 yards in six of eight games this season. • Owns 497 career pass attempts and has just thrown six interceptions. • Completed 40-of-55 passes at Texas for 381 yards and no interceptions. • His 441 yards passing at Oklahoma is the most against the Sooners by a Texas Tech quarterback. • He helped lead the Red Raiders to 41 points at Oklahoma which was the most given up by the Sooners at home since 1997. • The 461 (43-of-63) passing yards against Kansas State rank as the 22nd most in school history (15th most by a Tech QB against a league opponent). • Went 44-of-66 for 391 yards passing with three touchdowns without tossing an interception against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8). • 44 completions against Texas A&M are the most by a Red Raider QB since Taylor Potts’ 46 at Texas in 2009. • 66 attempts against Texas A&M are the most by a Red Raider QB since Graham Harrell’s 72 against No. 3 Oklahoma in 2007.

NATIONAL POLLS ASSOCIATED PRESS (Nov. 13)

TEAM RECORD POINTS 1. LSU (59) _______________ 10-0 ___________ 1,475 2. Oklahoma State _________ 10-0 ___________ 1,410 3. Alabama ________________ 9-1 ___________ 1,340 4. Oregon _________________ 9-1 ___________ 1,300 5. Oklahoma _______________ 8-1 ___________ 1,228 6. Arkansas ________________ 9-1 ___________ 1,170 7. Virginia Tech _____________ 9-1 ___________ 1,045 8. Clemson ________________ 9-1 ___________ 1,042 9. Stanford ________________ 9-1 ___________ 1,024 10. Houston _______________ 10-0 _____________ 927 11. Boise State ______________ 8-1 _____________ 831 12. Michigan State ____________ 8-2 _____________ 791 13. Wisconsin _______________ 8-2 _____________ 745 14. South Carolina ____________ 8-2 _____________ 727 15. Georgia _________________ 8-2 _____________ 698 16. Nebraska ________________ 8-2 _____________ 615 17. Kansas State ____________ 8-2 _____________501 18. Michigan ________________ 8-2 _____________ 477 19. TCU ___________________ 8-2 _____________ 392 20. Southern Miss ____________ 9-1 _____________ 386 21. Penn State_______________ 8-2 _____________ 361 22. Florida State _____________ 7-3 _____________ 189 23. Georgia Tech _____________ 7-3 ______________87 23. West Virginia _____________ 7-3 ______________87 24. Notre Dame ______________ 7-3 ______________86 OPPONENTS RECEIVING VOTES: Texas (27), Texas A&M (5), Missouri (5)

USA TODAY/COACHES (Nov. 13)

TEAM RECORD POINTS 1. LSU (60) _______________ 10-0 ___________ 1,500 2. Oklahoma State _________ 10-0 ___________ 1,432 3. Alabama ________________ 9-1 ___________ 1,380 4. Oregon _________________ 9-1 ___________ 1,326 5. Oklahoma _______________ 8-1 ___________ 1,230 6. Arkansas ________________ 9-1 ___________ 1,217 7. Clemson ________________ 9-1 ___________ 1,075 8. Stanford ________________ 9-1 ___________ 1,071 9. Virginia Tech _____________ 9-1 ___________ 1,000 10. Boise State ______________ 8-1 _____________ 880 11. Houston _______________ 10-0 _____________ 867 12. Michigan State ____________ 8-2 _____________ 767 13. Georgia _________________ 8-2 _____________ 756 14. South Carolina ____________ 8-2 _____________ 706 15. Wisconsin _______________ 8-2 _____________ 676 16. Kansas State ____________ 8-2 _____________629 17. Nebraska ________________ 8-2 _____________ 583 18. USC ___________________ 8-2 _____________ 583 19. TCU ___________________ 8-2 _____________ 402 20. Michigan ________________ 8-2 _____________ 381 21. Penn State_______________ 8-2 _____________ 320 22. Southern Miss ____________ 9-1 _____________ 250 23. Florida State _____________ 7-3 _____________ 107 24. Notre Dame ______________ 7-3 ______________93 25. Baylor _________________ 6-3 ______________68 OPPONENTS RECEIVING VOTES: Texas (11)

BCS STANDINGS (Nov. 13) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

TEAM BCS AVG. LSU _________________________________ .9933 Oklahoma State ________________________ .9642 Alabama ______________________________ .9099 Oregon _______________________________ .8755 Oklahoma _____________________________ .8400 Arkansas ______________________________ .7974 Clemson ______________________________ .6935 Virginia Tech ___________________________ .6755 Stanford ______________________________ .6747 Boise State ____________________________ .5959 Houston ______________________________ .5673 South Carolina __________________________ .5278 Kansas State __________________________ .4965 Georgia _______________________________ .4528 Michigan State __________________________ .4393 Nebraska ______________________________ .3817 Wisconsin _____________________________ .3329 Michigan ______________________________ .2950 TCU _________________________________ .2522 Southern Miss __________________________ .2449 Penn State_____________________________ .2303 Baylor _______________________________ .1361 Texas ________________________________ .1196 Auburn _______________________________ .0785 Florida State ___________________________ .0730

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL • • • • •

4th nationally in total offense (355.4 yards-per-game) 1st nationally in passing (32.6 completions-per-game) 5th nationally in passing yards per-game (351.1) 27th nationally in passing efficiency (146.0) 10th nationally in points responsible for (18.0)

NOTABLES

• Saturday’s game against Missouri will mark the 960th alltime contest in program history. In 87 years of football, the Red Raiders have compiled an overall record of 524-403-32 along with 53 winning seasons. Tech is currently riding a streak of 18 consecutive winning/non-losing seasons. • Texas Tech will be making its third appearance on ABC this weekend and its 10th TV appearance overall. The Red Raiders are 4-5 in televised games this season. • With 52 league wins since 2000, Texas Tech is the third winningest program in the Big 12 Conference this century. The Red Raiders trail only Oklahoma, Texas. • Texas Tech ranks 16th nationally in wins (77) since the 2003 season. • Over the course of the season, Texas Tech has played 11 true freshmen. STREAKS WERE MADE TO BE BROKEN Texas Tech took that attitude to Norman on Saturday evening and did what most considered the unthinkable - defeating the Sooners at Owen Field. Texas Tech’s 41-38 win over No. 3/1 Oklahoma on Saturday night snapped the Sooners’ NCAA leading 39-game home win streak. Tech’s win also snaps Oklahoma’s 11-game win streak that dated back to the 2010 season. The Red Raiders picked up their first win in Norman since 1996 and now hold a 4-3 advantage over the Sooners since 2005. WAS GLASGOW THE KEY? First-year defensive coordinator Chad Glasgow played a big role in Texas Tech’s upset win over Oklahoma that snapped the Sooners’ 39-game home win streak. Glasgow was also part of the last team (TCU) to defeat the Sooners in Norman as he was on the Horned Frog coaching staff in 2005. Interestingly enough, the only three teams to defeat Bob Stoops’ Sooners at Owen Field all ran 4-2-5 defenses (Oklahoma State in 2002, TCU in 2005 and Texas Tech in 2011). In Saturday’s win over OU, the Texas Tech defense forced a potent Sooner offense into six consecutive three-and-outs. TECH HITS 1,000 RUSHING YARDS Texas Tech’s ground game has been vital to the Red Raiders’ offensive success in 2011. Through nine games, Tech has amassed 1,218 yards rushing and is averaging 135.3 yardsper-game. It took the Red Raiders only seven games to hit the 1,000 rushing yard mark which is the quickest in over 11 years. It took the 2008 team, one of the best rushing teams at Tech in several years, eight games to reach the 1,000 yard mark. DOEGE NAMED WALTER CAMP NATIONAL POW Junior quarterback Seth Doege picked up his second national honor of the season as he was named the Walter Camp National Offensive Player of the Week for his role in Texas Tech’s upset win at Oklahoma. Against the Sooners, Doege threw for 441 yards and four touchdowns while also rushing for one TD. TORRES LEADING THE WAY • Has caught at least one pass in 22 consecutive Big 12 games (spanning entire career in league games). • Posted six catched for 75 yards at Texas. • Hauled in a career-high three touchdown passes against Oklahoma while compiling a team-high 94 yards. • His 12 catches vs. Kansas State was a career-high • Joins teammate Darrin Moore as the only Red Raider wide receivers to have back-to-back 100-yard receiving games this season. • First Tech wide receiver with back-to-back 100-yard receiving games in Big 12 play since Detron Lewis in 2009 (vs. Kansas State, 8-100... at Nebraska, 5-100). • Posted 8 catches for 111 yards vs. Texas A&M (10/8) and then had 12 catches for 104 yards against Kansas State (10/15). OOOOH SOOO CLOSE Texas Tech’s first two losses of the season came by a combined 12 points and were the result of self-inflicted wounds: Here is

a look back at Tech’s two losses to Texas A&M and Kansas State: OPPONENT COSTLY PLAY Texas A&M Blocked FG Return For TD Kansas State Blocked FG (resulted in a KSU FG) Kansas State Blocked FG Kansas State 100-yard KO Return For Touchdown Kansas State 24-yard INT Return For Touchdown Kansas State Three 4th Quarter Turnovers TEXAS TECH IS HOT IN THE RED ZONE The Texas Tech offense has been one of the most efficient teams (tied for seventh nationally) in all of college football when it comes to the red zone. So far, Texas Tech has converted on 41-of-45 red zone attempts and scored a touchdown 34 times. CRAWFORD SHOULDERS THE LOAD After losing Eric Stephens (the team’s leading rusher) for the season due to a knee injury, senior running back Aaron Crawford answered the call against Kansas State. Crawford rushed for a career-high 91 yards and hauled in four passes for 33 yards. The highlight of the night for Crawford was a 51-yard touchdown run which marked the longest rush of the season by any Texas Tech player. Prior to the K-State game, Seth Doege had the longest rush of the year when he scampered 48 yards against New Mexico. DEES/SMITH POST BIG GAMES AGAINST KSU Against K-State, the Texas Tech defense was led by two of its most inexperienced players. True freshman Blake Dees, who made his fifth start of the season, led the team with nine tackles, including one tackle for loss. Senior defensive end Scott Smith, who had played in just fives games previously, logged five tackles on the night, including a sack and a tackle for loss. Smith was also credited with one pass breakup. CARONA HAS CAREER NIGHT Senior placekicker Donnie Carona enjoyed a career night against the Aggies as he booted four field goals, including a pair from 49 yards out. Carona’s four field goals matched the single-game school record that had been done nine previous times. Chris Birkholz was the last Red Raider kicker to hit four field goals in a game when he did so against Texas in 1998. COMEBACK KIDS The Red Raiders have established themselves as a team that won’t quit. Kansas jumped out to a commanding 20-0 in the first quarter, marking the most points given up by Tech in the first period of a game since Oklahoma scored 24 last season in Norman. After spotting the Jayhawks an early 20-0 lead, the Red Raiders outscored Kansas 45-14 the rest of the way to take a 45-34 win. The comeback was the biggest for Texas Tech since overcoming a 28-0 deficit against Minnesota in the 2006 Insight Bowl. In that game, Tech rallied for a 44-41 win in overtime and it marked the largest comeback in NCAA bowl history. Additionally, the game marked Tech’s first 20 or more point comeback victory on the road since trailing 30-5 with 48 seconds before halftime against Kansas in Lawrence on Sept. 25, 2004. Texas Tech won that contest 31-30, which was also the Big 12 opener for both teams. TOUGH AS NAILS Senior center Justin Keown wasn’t about to let a preseason knee injury force him to miss his final year of college football. Despite tearing his ACL/MCL in preseason camp, Keown returned to action in the Nevada game where he logged just over 50 snaps. At Kansas on Oct. 1, he got his old job back as he made the start at center and logged all 86 snaps of Texas Tech’s come-from-behind 45-34 win over the Jayhawks. HUGE DAY FOR HUBERT Sophomore linebacker Cqulin Hubert was Texas Tech’s nominee for Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week after a stellar performance at Kansas. With Tech trailing 20-0 after the first quarter, Hubert and Daniel Cobb replaced true freshmen Blake Dees and Sam Eguavoen at linebacker. That personnel decision turned out to be the best of the day for Tech defensive coordinator Chad Glasgow. In just three quarters, Hubert racked up nine tackles (third most on the team), one sack, two tackles for loss, a forced fumble and an interception. He became just the seventh Texas Tech player since 2000 to record a sack and an INT in the same game... Last to do it: Scott Smith, vs. #4 Texas (2010).

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

National No. 39 NR No. 40 No. 55 No. 35 NR No. 49 No. 49 No. 32 No. 38 No. 56 NR

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

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL TECH’S RECORD WHEN Overall Record ................................................................5-5 Big 12 Record .................................................................2-5 Non-Conference ..............................................................3-0 Home ..............................................................................2-4 Away ..............................................................................3-1 Neutral ...........................................................................0-0 Current Streak .................................................... Lost Three Current Home Streak .......................................... Lost Three Current Road Streak .............................................. Lost One Current Bowl Streak ............................................. Won Two Last Win ...............................41-34 at Oklahoma (10/22/11) Last Loss ..................... 6-66 vs. Oklahoma State (11/12/11) Day Games ......................................................................2-2 Night Games ....................................................................3-3 On Television ..................................................................4-5 ABC ................................................................................1-1 FSN ................................................................................1-2 ESPN ...............................................................................0-0 ESPN2 .............................................................................0-0 ESPNU.............................................................................0-0 FX ...................................................................................0-2 FCS .................................................................................1-0 Verus. ..............................................................................1-0 September ......................................................................3-0 October ..........................................................................2-3 November .......................................................................0-2 January ...........................................................................0-0 Against Teams In Top 25 ................................................1-3 Against Teams In Top 15 ................................................0-0 Against Teams In Top 10 ................................................0-0 Against Teams In Top 5 ..................................................1-1 vs. Non-Ranked Teams ....................................................4-1 On Natural Grass ............................................................2-0 On Field Turf ...................................................................3-5 When Tech Scores First ..................................................3-1 Opponent Scores First .....................................................2-4 Come-From-Behind Wins ..................................................3-0 Leading After First Quarter .............................................1-0 Behind After First Quarter ...............................................2-3 Tied After First Quarter ..................................................2-2 Leading At Halftime ........................................................2-1 Behind At Halftime ..........................................................3-4 Tied At Halftime .............................................................0-0 Leading After Third Quarter ............................................4-0 Behind After Third Quarter ..............................................1-5 Tied After Third Quarter .................................................0-0 Overtime .........................................................................0-0 Scoring 20 points or less .................................................0-3 Scoring 20 points or more ...............................................0-0 Scoring 30+ points .........................................................5-2 Allowing 20 points or less ...............................................1-0 Allowing 10 points or less ...............................................1-0 With a 100-yard rusher ...................................................3-1 Allowing a 100-yard rusher .............................................2-5 With a 300-yard passer ...................................................2-2 With a 400-yard passer ...................................................2-1 With a 500-yard passer....................................................0-0 Allowing a 300-yard passer ............................................0-0 Allowing a 400-yard passer ............................................1-1 More Total Offense Than Opponent ................................4-2 Total Offense 300-plus yards ..........................................0-0 Total Offense 400-plus yards ..........................................1-1 Total Offense 500-plus yards ..........................................4-2 Allowing 300-plus yards total offense .............................5-5 No Turnovers ..................................................................3-2 Less Than Three Turnovers .............................................2-0 Three Or More Turnovers ................................................0-3 No Takeaways ................................................................1-3 Three Or More Takeaways ..............................................3-0 Fewer Turnovers .............................................................3-0 Equal Turnovers ..............................................................0-0 More Turnovers ..............................................................0-2 Won Time of Possession .................................................2-2 Opponent Controls Time Of Possession ...........................3-3

WELL, THAT WAS CLOSE ... Texas Tech’s 35-34 win over Nevada was not settled until the final minute of the game when Seth Doege found Eric Ward in the corner of the endzone for a 4-yard TD pass that tied the game at 34-34. Donnie Carona’s extra point gave the Red Raiders the lead and a crucial defensive stop in the final seconds sealed the win. The last time Tech went down to the final minute to win a game was when Graham Harrell threw a 28-yard TD pass to Michael Crabtree (with three seconds left) against Texas in 2008. A TECH QUARTERBACK CAN RUN?!?!? Seth Doege proved against Nevada that it is indeed possible for a Texas Tech quarterback to be an effective runner. Doege piled up 83 yards rushing against the Wolfpack which is the highest total for a Tech QB since Zebbie Lethridge ran for 88 yards against Southwestern Louisiana in 1997. • His 48-yard run against Nevada marked the longest by a Texas Tech QB since Rob Peters’ 55-yard run in the 1999 season opener at Arizona State. McROY SETS KICKOFF RETURN RECORD Sophomore Ben McRoy was instrumental in Texas Tech’s 3534 come-from-behind win over Nevada. Against the Wolfpack, McRoy set a new Texas Tech school record for kickoff return yards as he compiled 203. The previous record was set by Eric Stephens at Texas in 2009 when he rang up 182 kickoff return yards against the Longhorns. McRoy also tied the school record for returns in a game (7) which was also set in that 2009 Texas game by Stephens. • McRoy saved his best return for last and it helped set up Texas Tech’s game winning touchdown. McRoy’s final return went for a game-high 41 yards and gave the Red Raiders the ball at their own 44-yard line. • Was named the Big 12 Conference Special Teams Player of the Week. TECH SETS NCAA TEAM RECORD AT UNM Texas Tech set a TEAM NCAA record for completion percentage in a game when the Red Raiders defeated New Mexico 59-17 on Sept. 17. Three Texas Tech players (Seth Doege, Jacob Karam and Austin Zouzalik) combined for 45 completions on 50 attempts for an eye-popping 90% completion rate. That rate surpasses a record previously set by South Carolina back in 1995. HIGHEST PERCENTAGE OF PASSES COMPLETED (NCAA) Game (Min. 15-24 comps.) 96.0%—Tennessee vs. South Carolina, Oct. 31, 1998 (24 of 25) (Min. 25-34 comps.) 92.6%—UCLA vs. Washington, Oct. 29, 1983 (25 of 27) (Min. 35 comps.) 87.0%—South Carolina vs. Mississippi St., Oct. 14, 1995 (40 of 46) (Min. 35 comps.) 90%—Texas Tech at New Mexico, Sept. 17, 2011 (45 of 50)

LONG DAY IN ALBUQUERQUE Texas Tech experienced one of longest games in school history at New Mexico on Sept. 17 thanks to Mother Nature. The game against the Lobos was forced into a lightning delay twice and even had officials from both schools contemplating a permanent suspension. The first delay came at 2:10 p.m. (MT) and lasted 51 minutes while the second delay occurred at the end of halftime and forced a 44-minute stoppage of play. By the time the final buzzer sounded, the game lasted a total of four hours and 46 minutes. Prior to the UNM game, the last time Texas Tech had a game delayed due to weather was in a 1998 home game against Missouri. The start of that game against Missouri was delayed by 38 minutes due to cloud-to-ground lightning. DOEGE ETCHES HIS NAME IN THE RECORD BOOK Junior quarterback Seth Doege, who grew up idolizing former Tech quarterback Kliff Kingsbury, put himself in elite company following Tech’s 59-13 win over New Mexico. Doege completed 40-of-44 pass attempts in the game to set a new NCAA record for completion percentage (90.9 percent) in a game. He surpassed his childhood idol Kliff Kingsbury who previously held the record after completing 49-of-59 passes in a victory over Texas A&M on Oct. 5, 2002. Additionally, Doege tied the school record for consecutive completions as he was perfect on his first 15 pass attempts of the game. Doege’s 15 consecutive pass completions ties a school record that was set last season by Taylor Potts in the

Cotton Bowl against Baylor. Of Doege’s 44 pass attempts, all four incompletions came in the endzone. He ended the game with 401 yards passing and five touchdowns. HIGHEST PERCENTAGE OF PASSES COMPLETED (NCAA) Game (Min. 20-29 comps.) 95.8%—Tee Martin, Tennessee vs. South Carolina, Oct. 31, 1998 (23 of 24) (Min. 30-39 comps.) 91.2%—Steve Sarkisian, BYU vs. Fresno St., Nov. 25, 1995 (31 of 34) (Min. 40 comps.) 83.3%—Kliff Kingsbury, Texas Tech vs. Texas A&M, Oct. 5, 2002 (49 of 59) (Min. 40 comps.) 90.9%—Seth Doege, Texas Tech vs. New Mexico, Sept. 17, 2011 (40 of 44) CONSECUTIVE COMPLETIONS (TEXAS TECH) Game 15 Seth Doege at New Mexico, 2010 15 Taylor Potts vs. Baylor (Cotton Bowl), 2010 12 Graham Harrell vs. Iowa State, 2007 • Following the UNM game, Doege was named one of eight “Stars of the Week” by the Manning Award. College football fans can go to the Allstate Sugar Bowl Facebook page to vote for what they think was the best performance from this past weekend. When voting closes on Thursday at 9 a.m. (Central), the top vote-getter will be announced as the Manning Award Player of the Week. • Was also recognized by Capital One as one of the Capital One Cup Impact Performances. Fans can log on to espn.com to vote for the top performance of last week. • Captured the AT&T All-America Player of the Week honor.

DEFENSE SPARKS TEXAS STATE WIN Trailing 10-9 heading into halftime against Texas State, Texas Tech turned to its defense to turn things around in the second half. The defensive unit forced and recovered four fumbles in the second half and converted all four into touchdown drives. The four fumble recoveries by the Red Raiders matched a school record that was set previously against TCU in 1993 and at Ohio State in 1990. MOORE EXPLODES IN SEASON OPENER Junior wide receiver Darrin Moore, who lost his father Darrin Moore Sr. just days before fall training camp, honored his father’s memory in a big way in Tech’s season opener against Texas State. Moore hauled in a career and game-high 221 receiving yards and one touchdown to help the Red Raiders defeat the Bobcats 50-10. The 221 receiving yards were the most by a Red Raider in a season opener and the most since former AllAmerican Michael Crabtree caught nine passes for 195 yards at Texas in 2007. Additionally, Moore’s 221 receiving yards and 12 receptions put him at No. 10 on both the single-game yardage and single-game reception lists. 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

YOU MIGHT NEED A ROSTER Texas Tech used a young lineup against Texas State that featured eight true freshmen and three redshirt freshmen. Freshman receiver Bradley Marquez scored Tech’s first points of the season (10-yard TD catch) and was one of four true freshmen to see action on the Red Raider offense. Earning playing time tonight as true freshmen were: Blake Dees (started at MIKE linebacker), Bradley Marquez, DeAndre Washington, Jace Amaro, Pete Robertson, Alfredo Morales, Sam Eguavoen and Kindred Evans. Jackson Richards, Beau Carpenter and Shawn Corker earned playing time as redshirt freshmen. In all 16 new faces dotted the field in the opener, which included junior college transfers Happiness Osunde (DB), Marcus Kennard (WR) and Dennell Wesley (DL). • Tech enters the UNM game with four true or redshirt freshmen listed as starters on the two-deep as well as six sophomores. FRESHMAN DEES GRADES OUT ON DEFENSE When all the film study was wrapped up on Tech’s seasonopening win against Texas State, it was freshman linebacker

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL Blake Dees that stood out as the top performer on defense. Dees became the first true freshman to start at linebacker since Brock Stratton in 2003 and wasted no time taking advantage of the opportunity. Dees, a native of Spanish Fort, Ala., finished the night with seven tackles (second most behind DJ Johnson’s nine), a tackle for loss, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery. DOEGE TAKES OVER

The keys to the Texas Tech offense now belong to junior quarterback Seth Doege. Doege enters the 2011 season with one previous start under his belt as he got the nod in a 2009 home game against Kansas (threw for 159 yards [14-of-28] and one touchdown). Back-to-back knee injuries forced him to miss his junior and senior seasons in high school, so the 2011 season will mark his first full year of play since 2005. The following is a breakdown of what Texas Tech Quarterbacks (since 2000) achieved in their first full season as the starter. FIRST YEAR QUARTERBACKS IN FIRST FULL SEASON Player/Year Starts Yards TDs INT Comp-ATT Taylor Potts/2009 10 3,400 22 13 309-470 Graham Harrell/2006 13 4,555 38 11 412-617 Cody Hodges/2005 11 4,238 31 12 353-531 Sonny Cumbie/2004 11 4,742 32 18 421-642 B.J. Symons/2003 10 5,833 52 22 470-719 Kliff Kingsbury/2000 11 3,418 21 17 362-585 QUARTERBACK DEBUT’S IN THEIR FIRST FULL SEASON Seth Doege 1st Start: vs. Texas State – Sept. 3, 2011 -23-33, 326 yards, 3 TD, 0 INT Taylor Potts 1st Start: vs. North Dakota – Sept. 5, 2009 - 34-48, 405 yards, 2 TD, 3 INT Graham Harrell 1st Start: vs. SMU – Sept. 2, 2006 - 34-49, 342 yards, 5 TD, 1 INT Cody Hodges 1st Start: vs. Florida International – Sept. 10, 2005 - 29-37, 454 yards, 4 TD, 0 INT Sonny Cumbie 1st Start: vs. SMU – Sept. 4, 2004 - 40-66, 470 yards, 4 TD, 0 INT B.J. Symons 1st Start: vs. SMU – Aug. 30, 2003 - 23-38, 297 yards, 3 TD, 1 INT Kliff Kingsbury 1st Start: vs. New Mexico – Aug. 26, 2000 - 21-47, 186 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT MARQUEZ SIGNS BASEBALL CONTRACT

Freshman runningback/receiver Bradley Marquez has signed a professional baseball contract with the New York Mets. Marquez will remain with the Tech football team in both the fall and spring and will play baseball for two months during the summer. The NCAA allows student-athletes to keep their amateur status in one sport despite being a professional in another. Marquez was drafted in the 16th round of the 2011 MLB Draft and received a signing bonus of $325,000. LARGE AND SMALL

The largest player on this year’s team as well as the smallest can both be found on the same side of the ball. LaAdrian Waddle, the starting left tackle, stands at 6-6 and weighs in at 332 pounds making him the largest player on this year’s squad. On the other side of the scale stands freshman receiver Jakeem Grant. Grant reported to training camp weighing 151 pounds and stands at 5-6. Grant is expected to contribute as a true freshman and also owns the distinction of being the fastest player on this year’s team. 16 CONSECUTIVE WINNING SEASONS

By winnings its final three games of the 2010 season, Texas Tech claimed a winning season for the 16th consecutive year. The Red Raiders’ 35-20 win over Houston ensured Tech of a winning season and the 45-38 win over Northwestern gave the Red Raiders a final record of 8-5. THIRD WINNINGEST PROGRAM OF CENTURY With 52 league wins since 2000, Texas Tech is the third winningest program in the Big 12 Conference this century. The Red Raiders trail only Oklahoma, Texas.

TECH RIDING 18-YEAR RECORD

Texas Tech enters the 2011 college football season riding an 18-year streak of bowl eligibility. Only four other teams have exceeded or matched Tech’s current active bowl eligible streak and none of those reside in the Big 12 Conference. CONSECUTIVE BOWL ELIGIBLE SEASONS (ACTIVE) Streak School 1. 34 Florida State 2. 30 Florida 3. 21 Ohio State 4. 18 Texas Tech Virginia Tech 11 CONSECUTIVE BOWL APPEARANCES Texas Tech made its 11th consecutive bowl appearance on New Year’s Day in the TicketCity Bowl against Northwestern. The Red Raiders are second in the Big 12 behind Oklahoma (12-straight bowls) for the longest active bowl streak and ranked tied for seventh nationally. CONSECUTIVE BOWL APPEARANCES (ACTIVE) Rk. Bowls Team 1. 29 Florida St.* 2. 20 Florida* 3. 18 Virginia Tech* 4. 14 Georgia Tech* 5. 12 Boston College* 12 Oklahoma* 7. 11 LSU* 11 Ohio State* 11 Texas Tech* 34 BOWL GAMES

Texas Tech made its 34th bowl appearance this past holiday season and that mark ranks 19th nationally. Texas Tech’s 45-38 win in the TicketCity Bowl gives the Red Raiders backto-back bowl wins. Additionally, Texas Tech is second in the Big in bowl victories behind Texas (eight) with seven. The Red Raiders and Longhorns are tied for the most bowl appearances (13) since the league was formed in 1996. NINE-STRAIGHT Texas Tech football has reeled of nine-straight seasons of winning eight-plus games and that streak has made the Red Raiders one of the most consistent programs in the nation. Texas Tech is also in the middle of a streak of 15-straight winning seasons. CONSECUTIVE EIGHT WIN SEASONS Rk No Team 1. 13 Virginia Tech 2. 12 Boise State 3. 11 LSU 11 Oklahoma 5. 9 Ohio State 9 West Virginia 9 Texas Tech 8. 8 Navy TECH IS 16TH WINNINGEST TEAM SINCE 2003 Texas Tech boasts the nation’s 16th winningest football program since 2003 with 77 overall wins. Most Wins Over the Last Nine Years (2003-present) Rk Wins Team 1. 101 Boise State 2. 94 USC 3. 93 Oklahoma 4. 92 LSU 5. 89 Virginia Tech 6. 88 TCU 7. 87 Texas 8. 83 Florida 83 Utah 83 Auburn 11. 82 Wisconsin 82 West Virginia 13. 81 Georgia 14. 78 Ohio State 78 Oregon 16. 77 Texas Tech 77 Alabama 18. 76 BYU 19. 73 Boston College 73 Penn State 73 Hawai’i 22. 72 Navy

TEAM COMPARISONS Offensive Numbers Tech MU Rushing Yards/Gm ....................................... 131.9 ....................234.6 Rushing Yards/Att ........................................... 3.8 ........................5.3 Passing Yards/Gm ....................................... 342.7 ....................248.2 Passing Yards/Att ........................................... 7.0 ........................7.9 Total Offense Yards/Gm .............................. 474.6 ....................482.8 Total Offense Yards/Play ................................ 5.7 ........................6.3 Points/Gm ..................................................... 33.7 ......................33.1 Defensive Numbers Tech MU Rushing Yards/Gm ....................................... 242.8 ....................141.3 Rushing Yards/Att ........................................... 5.3 ........................3.8 Passing Yards/Gm ....................................... 229.2 ....................258.0 Passing Yards/Att ........................................... 8.5 ........................7.0 Total Offense Yards/Gm .............................. 472.0 ....................399.3 Total Offense Yards/Play ................................ 6.4 ........................5.4 Points/Gm ..................................................... 37.4 ......................24.5

NCAA RANKINGS Offense Tech MU Rushing ................................................................84 ....................12 Passing ...................................................................7 ....................46 Total.....................................................................16 ....................12 Scoring .................................................................28 ....................34 Defense Tech MU Rush ...................................................................117 ....................52 Pass .....................................................................66 ....................95 Total...................................................................113 ....................73 Scoring ...............................................................114 ....................52 Returns Tech MU Punt .....................................................................83 ....................32 Kickoff .................................................................58 ....................62 Miscellaneous Tech MU Net Punting ..........................................................50 ....................31 Turnover Margin ...................................................41 ....................46 Rushing Rank Stat Tech ......................DaAndre Washington ............. NR ...............32.50 MU ........................Henry Josey .............................9 ...............116.8 Passing Rank Stat Tech ......................Seth Doege.............................37 .............140.64 MU ........................James Franklin .......................42 .............139.68 Total Offense Rank Stat Tech ......................Seth Doege...............................8 .............337.40 MU ........................James Franklin .......................15 .............302.30 Receptions/Gm Rank Stat Tech ......................Eric Ward ...........................T-30 .................6.10 MU ........................T.J. Moe .............................T-69 .................4.90 Receiving Yd/Gm Rank Rank Stat Tech ......................Alex Torres.............................88 ................61.0 MU ........................T.J. Moe ................................86 ...............62.10 Punting Rank Stat Tech ......................Ryan Erxleben.........................50 ...............40.26 MU ........................Trey Barrow .............................8 ...............45.25 Punt Returns Rank Stat Tech ......................Austin Zouzalik .......................43 .................6.91 MU ................................................................................................... . Kickoff Returns Rank Stat Tech ......................Ben McRoy.............................50 ...............23.97 MU ........................T.J. Moe ................................89 ...............21.67 Scoring Rank Stat Tech ......................Donnie Carona ....................T-53 .................7.70 MU ........................James Franklin ....................T-93 .................6.60

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL WE CAN TAKE THE HEAT Much of the southwest has been under an extreme drought and heatwave for most of the summer and Lubbock is no exception. In fact, Lubbock was named the “Hottest City In America” by the online magazine The Daily Beast. At the time the article was released on July 20, Lubbock had experienced temperatures that were six degree warmer than average for the month of July. Lubbock recorded 43 consecutive days of temperatures over 100 degrees, including a high temperature of 112 in June. BEST SIGNING CLASS IN SCHOOL HISTORY Texas Tech signed 26 student-athletes on national signing day and this year’s group has been ranked as the 18th best recruiting class in the nation by Scout.com and No. 19 by Rivals.com. Prior to this signing day, the highest rated recruiting class in school history came back in 2006 when the Red Raiders earned a national No. 25 rating. Along with the No. 18/19 national ranking, comes an even bigger honor as Scout.com named Tech’s running backs class as the No. 1 group in the country (also a first in school history). Offensively, the Red Raiders also rank in the Top 15, according to Scout, in the wide receivers/tight ends group (No. 11) and offensive linemen (No. 14). Defensively, Rivals.com has the class of defensive ends ranked as the sixth best in the nation. 2011 SIGNING CLASS Jace Amaro Michael Brewer LeRaven Clark Justin Cooper Ronnie Daniels Blake Dees Derek Edwards Sam Eguavoen Kindred Evans J.J. Gaines Jakeem Grant Branden Jackson Marcus Kennard Leon Mackey Bradley Marquez Tony Morales Alfredo Morales Donte Phillips Jeremy Reynolds LaDarrin Robertson Delvon Simmons Cooper Washington DeAndre Washington Dennell Wesley Kenny Williams Matt Wilson

TE QB OL LB ATH LB WR LB DE DB WR LB WR DE RB/WR OL OL DL DB ATH DT DE RB DL RB OL

6-5 6-1 6-6 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-2 6-6 5-11 5-8 6-4 6-4 6-5 5-11 6-3 6-3 6-2 5-9 6-3 6-5 6-4 5-9 6-2 5-10 6-7

237 175 275 205 195 234 163 220 215 175 157 220 185 260 173 300 287 255 163 215 265 225 183 310 206 270

San Antonio (MacArthur) Lake Travis (Lake Travis) Rockdale (Rockdale) Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. (University) Albuquerque, N.M. (La Cueva) Spanish Fort, Ala. (Spanish Fort) Brenham (Brenham) Garland (Lakeview Centennial) Grand Prairie (South Grand Prairie) Irving (Nimitz) Mesquite (Horn) McKeesport, Pa. (McKeesport) Lawton, Okla. (Butler C.C.) Chatham, Va. (Hinds J.C.) Odessa (Odessa) Arlington (Sam Houston) Arlington (Sam Houston) Mequon, Wis. (Homestead) Greensboro, N.C. (Dudley) Longview (Longview) McKeesport, Pa (McKeesport) Muleshoe (Muleshoe) Missouri City (Ft. Bend Marshall) St. Augustine, Fla. (Butler C.C.) Pflugerville (Hendrickson) Coldspring (Oakhurst)

OFFSEASON STAFF CHANGES Coaching staff changes were the first order of business for Texas Tech in the spring. On Jan. 21, head coach Tommy Tuberville announced the hiring of Chad Glasgow as defensive coordinator and Otis Mounds as cornerbacks coach. Glasgow replaced James Willis who left the program on Dec. 26, 2010, while Mounds replaced Travaris Robinson who left the program following the Ticket City Bowl. Glasgow spent the previous 10 years as an assistant under Gary Patterson at TCU and helped the Horned Frogs rank first in the nation in total defense five times in the last decade. Mounds spent last season as a graduate assistant at Tech and was previously the secondary coach at St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 2011 COACHING STAFF

Aaron Crawford ....................................................... Aug. 2011 Lonnie Edwards ....................................................... Aug. 2011 Tyrone Sonier .......................................................... Aug. 2011 Alex Torres .............................................................. Aug. 2011 Jesse Smitherman ................................................... Aug. 2011 Seth Doege ...............................................................May 2011 Tramain Swindall ......................................................May 2011 David Neill ................................................................Dec. 2010 RANKING THE BIG 12 School Number of Grads With Eligibility TEXAS TECH.........................................................................9 Texas A&M ............................................................................9 Baylor .....................................................................................8 Missouri..................................................................................6 Texas .....................................................................................5 Kansas State ..........................................................................3 Iowa State .............................................................................3 Oklahoma State ......................................................................3 Oklahoma ................................................................................. TUBERVILLE COACHING TREE Florida’s hiring of Texas defensive coordinator Will Muschamp now gives Tuberville four head coaches that were previously assistants on his previous staffs. Tuberville has three coaches in the Southeastern Conference and one in the Big 12. FORMER TUBS ASSISTANTS - NOW HEAD COACHES Will Muschamp (Head Coach, Florida) (Defensive Coordinator under Tuberville at Auburn (2006-07) Gene Chizik (Head Coach, Auburn) (Defensive Coordinator under Tuberville at Auburn (2002-04) Bobby Petrino (Head Coach, Arkansas) (Offensive Coordinator under Tuberville at Auburn (2002) Paul Rhoads (Head Coach, Iowa State) (Defensive Coordinator under Tuberville at Auburn (2008) PRESEASON NOTES • Tech will debut its new form-fitting uniforms from Under Armour on Saturday against Texas State. For a detailed look at the new uniforms, log on to www.texastech.com. • Texas Tech enters the 2011 football season with its third different defensive coordinator in the last three years. Chad Glasgow replaced James Willis who left the program in December and has installed the 4-2-5 defense that was run with such success at TCU. Prior to James Willis, Ruffin McNeil served as the defensive coordinator at Tech before leaving for the head coaching job at East Carolina. • Head coach Tommy Tuberville awarded scholarships to four players during training camp that were previous walkon’s: Sawyer Vest, Omar Ontiveros, Eugene Neboh and Jesse Smitherman. • Freshman defensive lineman Delvon Simmons has been cleared to play immediately by the NCAA. Simmons is arguably one of the highest rated defensive players to come to Texas Tech as he was a five-star prospect out of high school by Scout.

Head Coach ____________________________________ Tommy Tuberville Offensive Coordinator __________________________________ Neal Brown Defensive Coordinator _______________________________ Chad Glasgow Inside Receivers____________________________________ Sonny Cumbie Outside Receivers _________________________________ Tommy Mainord Defensive Line ______________________________________ Sam McElroy Offensive Line _______________________________________ Matt Moore Defensive Ends _____________________________________Robert Prunty Running Backs ______________________________________ Chad Scott Cornerbacks ________________________________________Otis Mounds Strength & Conditioning _________________________________Joe Walker

DEGREES IN HAND Nine players on this year’s team have already completed the bachelor’s degree and are either pursuing a second degree or are enrolled in graduate school. That number is also the best in the Big 12 Conference ahead of Texas A&M and Baylor. CURRENT RED RAIDERS WITH DEGREES Name Date Of Graduation Donnie Carona ......................................................... Aug. 2011

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL DEPTH STATE DEPTHCHART CHART- -TEXAS MISSOURI OFFENSE

DEFENSE

LT

65 77

LaAdrian Waddle LeRaven Clark

6-6 6-3

332 289

Jr-2L Fr-HS

Columbus, Texas Rockdale, Texas

LE

94 54

Scott Smith Dartwan Bush

6-6 6-1

256 247

Sr-1L So-1L

Kailua, Hawaii Clute, Texas

LG

78 62

Lonnie Edwards David Neill

6-4 6-6

320 290

Sr-3L Sr-3L

Brownsboro, Texas Flower Mound, Texas

DT

91 8

Kerry Hyder Delvon Simmons

6-2 6-5

260 265

So-1L Fr-HS

Austin, Texas McKeesport, Pa.

C

73 61

Justin Keown Jonathan Guerra

6-4 6-4

286 300

Sr-3L Sr-1L

Anderson, S.C. Victoria, Texas

NT

8 99

Delvon Simmons Chris Perry

6-5 6-4

265 286

Fr-HS Sr-3L

McKeesport, Pa. Keller, Texas

RG

66 72

Deveric Gallington Beau Carpenter

6-3 6-6

328 296

Jr-2L Fr-RS

North Richland Hills, Texas Sulphur Spring, Texas

RE

11 43

Leon Mackey Jackson Richards

6-5 6-3

256 249

Jr-TR Fr-RS

Wilmington, Del. Southlake, Texas

RT

68 74

Terry McDaniel Mickey Okafor

6-6 6-6

328 307

Jr-2L Sr-3L

Diana, Texas Houston, Texas

LB

42 27

Daniel Cobb Zach Winbush

6-0 6-1

213 219

So.-1L So-1L

Killeen, Texas Schertz, Texas

QB

7 3

LB

51 13 25

Cqulin Hubert Sam Eguavoen Blake Dees

6-1 6-1 6-1

237 217 224

So-1L Fr-HS Fr-HS

Houston, Texas Garland, Texas Spanish Fort, Ala.

F

32 21

Aaron Crawford 5-10 DeAndre Washington 5-7

211 182

Sr-2L Fr-HS

Memphis, Tenn. Missouri City, Texas

CB

4 9

Derrick Mays Shawn Corker

5-10 6-1

179 197

So-1L Fr-RS

Killeen, Texas Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

X

18 11 88

Eric Ward Tramain Swindall Marcus Kennard

6-0 6-2 6-3

201 186 192

So-1L Sr-3L Jr-TR

Wichita Falls, Texas Oklahoma City, Okla. Lawton, Okla.

CB

21 31

Jarvis Phillips Eugene Neboh

5-10 5-10

196 180

So-1L Jr-1L

Dallas, Texas Odessa, Texas

H

2 -or- Cornelius Douglas 4 Bradley Marquez

5-9 5-10

197 183

Jr-1L Fr-HS

Lawton, Okla. Odessa, Texas

1 22

Terrance Bullitt Jared Flannel

6-3 5-10

206 178

So-1L Sr-2L

Garland, Texas Brazoria, Texas

Y

82 86

Adam James Alex Torres

6-2 6-1

230 194

Sr-3L Jr-2L

Celina, Texas El Paso, Texas

SS

86 8 14

Alex Torres Jacoby Franks Darrin Moore

6-1 6-0 6-4

194 204 214

Jr-2L Sr-3L Jr-1L

El Paso, Texas Orange, Texas Irving, Texas

FS

12 28

D.J. Johnson Happiness Osunde

6-0 5-9

196 181

Jr-2L Jr-TR

Austin, Texas Dallas, Texas

82 22

Adam James Jace Amaro

6-2 6-5

230 246

Sr-3L Fr-HS

Celina, Texas San Antonio, Texas

16 30

Cody Davis Brett Dewhurst

6-2 5-11

200 197

Jr-2L Sr-3L

Stephenville, Texas Klein, Texas

33

Omar Ontiveros

6-1

228

So-SQ

Austin, Texas

Z TE BH

SAM

Seth Doege Jacob Karam

6-1 6-0

200 200

Jr-2L So-1L

Wolfforth, Texas Friendswood, Texas

MIKE

WS

SPECIAL TEAMS

P

26 49

Ryan Erxleben Donnie Carona

6-1 5-11

189 218

So-1L Sr-3L

Lake Travis, Texas Beaumont, Texas

PK

49 84

Donnie Carona Bradley Hicks

5-11 6-1

218 165

Sr-3L Sr-SQ

Beaumont, Texas Magnolia, Texas

PR

86

Alex Torres

6-1

194

Jr-2L

El Paso, Texas

KR

23

Ben McRoy

5-8

163

So-1L

Lakeland, Fla.

KR

34

Kenny Williams

5-9

214

Fr-HS

Pflugerville, Texas

49 45

Donnie Carona Kramer Fyfe

5-11 5-7

218 161

Sr-3L Fr-RS

Beaumont, Texas Austin, Texas

KO

DS

47 52

Jesse Smitherman Alex Chester

6-3 5-10

238 207

Sr-1L Fr-RS

Burleson, Texas Austin, Texas

H

26 6

Ryan Erxleben Austin Zouzalik

6-1 5-11

189 181

So-1L Jr-2L

Lake Travis, Texas Lubbock, Texas

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL TRAVEL ROSTER - MISSOURI NO 1 2 3 4 4 6 7 8 8 11 11 12 13 14 15 16 16 18 19 21 21 22 22 26 27 28 30 31 32 33 34 34 39 40 42 43 46 47 48 49 51 52 54 62 65 66 68 72 73 74 78 82 84 86 88 91 94 96 99

PLAYER Terrance Bullitt Cornelius Douglas Jacob Karam Bradley Marquez Derrick Mays Austin Zouzalik Seth Doege Jacoby Franks Delvon Simmons Leon Mackey Tramain Swindall D.J. Johnson Sam Eguavoen Darrin Moore Scotty Young Michael Brewer Cody Davis Eric Ward Giorgio Durham Jarvis Phillips DeAndre Washington Jace Amaro Jared Flannel Ryan Erxleben Zach Winbush Happiness Osunde Brett Dewhurst Eugene Neboh Aaron Crawford Omar Ontiveros Sawyer Vest Kenny Williams Tanner Foster Aundrey Barr Daniel Cobb Jackson Richards Christopher Knighton Jesse Smitherman Ryan Bustin Donnie Carona Cqulin Hubert Alex Chester Dartwan Bush David Neill LaAdrian Waddle Deveric Gallington Terry McDaniel Beau Carpenter Justin Keown Mickey Okafor Lonnie Edwards Adam James Bradley Hicks Alex Torres Marcus Kennard Kerry Hyder Scott Smith Dennell Wesley Chris Perry

POS S IR QB ATH CB IR QB WR DT DE WR S LB WR QB QB S WR DB CB RB TE DB P LB CB S CB RB FB CB RB LB DE LB DE DE DS K PK LB DS DE OL OL OL OL OL C OL OL IR PK WR WR DE DE DT DT

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Jace Amaro _________________ UH-MAR-oh Dion Chidozie _________________ SHUH-dohzee Seth Doege _________________ DAY-ghee Sam Eguavoen _________________ EH-guav-in Ryan Erxleben _________________ urx-LEY-ben

HT 6-3 5-9 6-0 5-10 5-10 5-11 6-1 6-0 6-5 6-5 6-2 6-0 6-1 6-4 6-2 6-0 6-2 6-0 5-11 5-10 5-7 6-5 5-10 6-1 6-1 5-9 5-11 5-10 5-10 6-1 5-10 5-9 6-2 6-2 6-0 6-3 6-1 6-3 5-11 5-11 6-1 5-10 6-1 6-6 6-6 6-3 6-6 6-6 6-4 6-6 6-4 6-2 6-1 6-1 6-3 6-2 6-6 6-2 6-4

WT 206 197 200 183 179 181 200 204 265 256 186 196 217 214 209 182 200 201 189 196 182 246 178 189 219 181 197 180 211 228 182 214 230 246 213 249 248 238 161 218 237 207 247 290 332 328 328 296 286 307 320 230 165 194 192 260 256 310 286

YR-EX So-1L Jr-1L So-1L Fr-HS So-1L Jr-2L Jr-2L Sr-3L Fr-HS Jr-TR Sr-3L Jr-2L Fr-HS Jr-1L Fr-RS Fr-HS Jr-2L So-1L Jr-SQ So-1L Fr-HS Fr-HS Sr-2L So-1L So-1L Jr-TR Sr-3L Jr-1L Sr-2L So-SQ Sr-SQ Fr-HS Jr-2L So-1L So-1L Fr-RS So-1L Sr-1L So-TR Sr-3L So-1L Fr-RS So-1L Sr-3L Jr-2L Jr-2L Jr-2L Fr-RS Sr-3L Sr-3L Sr-3L Sr-3L Sr-SQ Jr-2L Jr-TR So-1L Sr-1L So-TR Sr-3L

Cqulin Hubert _________________ CUE-lin; HUE-bert Urell Johnnson ________________ YOU-rel Jacob Karam _________________ CARE-um Justin Keown _________________ COW-uhn Eugene Neboh _________________ KNEE-bow Happiness Osunde ______________ OH-sundae

HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL/LAST SCHOOL Garland, Texas/Naaman Forest Lawton, Okla./Lawton Friendswood,Texas/Friendswood Odessa, Texas/Odessa Killeen, Texas/Shoemaker Lubbock, Texas/Coronado Wolfforth, Texas/Frenship Orange, Texas/West Orange-Stark McKeesport, Pa./McKeesport Raymond, Miss./Hargrave Military/Hinds CC Oklahoma City, Okla./Millwood Austin, Texas/St. Stephen’s Episcopal Garland, Texas/Lakeview Centennial Irving, Texas/McArthur/Blinn College Denton, Texas/Ryan Lake Travis, Texas/Lake Travis Stephenville, Texas/Stephenville Wichita Falls, Texas/Rider Oklahoma City, Okla./Western Heights/Central Okla. Dallas, Texas/Carter Missouri City, Texas/T. Marshall San Antonio, Texas/MacArthur Brazoria, Texas/Columbia Lake Travis, Texas/Lake Travis Schertz, Texas/Clemens Dalas, Texas/Seguin/Kilgore College Klein, Texas/Klein Odessa, Texas/Permian Memphis, Tenn./Ridgeway Austin, Texas/Westlake Childress, Texas/Childress Pflugerville, Texas/Hendrickson Midland, Texas/Midland Carrollton, Texas/Newman Smith Killeen, Texas/Ellison Southlake, Texas/Carroll Longview, Texas/Longview Burleson, Texas/Burleson/Kilgore College Kilgore, Texas/Kilgore/Kilgore College Beaumont, Texas/Kelly Houston, Texas/Eisenhower Austin, Texas/Austin Clute, Texas/Brazoswood Flower Mound, Texas/Marcus Columbus, Texas/Columbus North Richland Hills, Texas/Richland Diana, Texas/New Diana Sulphur Springs, Texas/Sulphur Springs Anderson, S.C./Westside/Hargrave Military Academy Houston, Texas/Westbury Brownsboro, Texas/Brownsboro Celina, Texas/Celina Magnolia, Texas/Magnolia/Blinn College El Paso, Texas/Franklin Lawton, Okla./Lawton/Butler CC Austin, Texas/Lyndon B. Johnson Kailua, Hawaii/St. Louis/Butler CC Hastings, Fla./Menendez/Butler CC Keller, Texas/Fossil Ridge/Miami (Fla.)

Tyrone Sonier _________________ sone-YAY Austin Zouzalik ________________ zoo-ZAAHHH-lick

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL BY THE NUMBERS

1: Ranked recruiting class for running backs by Scout.com (2011 RB class).

39: Consecutive home win streak by Oklahoma that Tech snapped on Oct. 22, 2011 (41-38).

2: Wins over No. 1 nationally-ranked teams since 2008 (vs. Texas - 2008, @ Oklahoma - 2011).

40: Completions in 44 att. by Seth Doege at New Mexico broke NCAA all-time record for COMP %

2: Active players have at least 100 career receptions (Alex Torres, 157; Tramain Swindall, 145).

41: Points scored during second half of season opener against Texas State.

2: Penalties committed by Texas Tech in season opener against Texas State.

42: Consecutive home games Tech has played in front of at least 45,000 fans at Jones AT&T Stadium.

2: Doak Walker Award winners at Tech (Bam Morris & Byron Hanspard).

44: Completions for Seth Doege against Texas A&M marked a career-high.

3: Consecutive games Texas Tech played a nationally ranked opponent this year (A&M, KSU, OU)

46: Non-conference (regular season) career wins for Tommy Tuberville (46-6, .885%)

3: Players enshrined into College Football Hall of Fame (E.J. Holub, Donny Anderson, Dave Parks).

49: Career games played by Donnie Carona are the most by any active Red Raider.

4: Field goals made by Donnie Carona against Texas A&M tied an all-time school record.

49: Victories for Texas Tech at home (49-13, .790) since 2002.

4: Jersey number for Bradley Marquez (Fr.) who caught first TD of the season from QB Seth Doege.

50: Unanswered points scored by Texas Tech against Texas State in season opener.

4: Tech players on watch lists (Lonnie Edwards (2), Darrin Moore, Alex Torres, Eric Stephens)

51: Wins over non-ranked opponents at home (51-4, .927) since 2000.

5: Times Texas Tech has played a bowl game at the Cotton Bowl (2010, 2008, 2005, 1994, 1938)

74: Career PATs made by senior Donnie Carona (tied for 10th all-time in Texas Tech history).

6: Preseason ranking in Big 12 poll by six national publications.

87: Years of Texas Tech Football.

7: Texas Tech players have finished in the top-10 in voting for the Heisman Trophy Award.

90.9: Completion % by Seth Doege (40-of-44) at New Mexico broke an NCAA all-time record.

8: All-time meeting between Tech and Missouri entering this season (Missouri leads 5-3)

92: Degrees at kickoff during Texas Tech’s season opener in Lubbock against Texas State.

8: Consecutive years Texas Tech’s QB has passed for over 300 yards in season opener.

120: Points scored by Texas Tech against Wayland in 1925 is the school record.

8: True freshmen made their collegiate debut against Texas State during the season opener.

123: Career coaching victories for Tommy Tuberville in his 16th season as a head coach.

8: Texas Tech players have been drafted in the first round of the NFL Draft.

134: Yards rushing for Eric Stephens against Nevada marked a new career-high.

9: Current Texas Tech players have earned degrees from TTU entering the season.

203: Kick-return yards by Ben McRoy against Nevada marked a new school record.

9: Straight years Texas Tech has won its season opener.

221: Receiving yards by Darrin Moore is a school record in a season opener (vs. Texas State).

9: Straight seasons Texas Tech has won at least eight games.

461: Passing yards by Seth Doege against Kansas State marked a career-high.

11: Straight bowl appearances for Texas Tech.

524: All-time wins for the Texas Tech football program.

13: Victories for head coach Tommy Tuberville in his Texas Tech head coaching tenure.

661: Passing yards by B.J. Symons (at Mississippi, 2003) is a school record.

13: All-time bowl victories for Texas Tech (has won seven of the last nine bowl games).

775: Yards of total offense against Iowa State (2003) is the school record (since 1950).

15: Consecutive completions for Seth Doege to start New Mexico game ties a school record.

959: All-time games played by the Red Raiders following Week 10 vs. Oklahoma State.

15: Straight seasons Texas Tech has had a player drafted in the NFL Draft.

1,903: Career receiving yards for junior Alex Torres (leads active Red Raiders).

16: Career rushing touchdowns for junior Eric Stephens (most among active Red Raiders).

1951: Sun Bowl Champions (Texas Tech 25, Pacific 14) - Tech’s first-ever bowl victory.

16: Consecutive winning seasons for the Texas Tech football program.

2002: Tangerine Bowl Champions (Texas Tech 55, Clemson 15).

16: Texas Tech players made their career debuts in the season opener against Texas State.

2003: Houston Bowl Champions (Texas Tech 38, Navy 14).

16: Bowl appearances for Texas Tech since 1993.

2004: Holiday Bowl Champions (Texas Tech 45, California 31).

18: Consecutive seasons Tech has been bowl eligible - 4th longest active streak in the nation.

2006: Insight Bowl Champions (Texas Tech 44, Minnesota 41 - OT).

20: Point deficit Texas Tech erased (20-0) to come back and win at Kansas (45-34).

2007: Gator Bowl Champions (Texas Tech 31, Virginia 28).

22: Consecutive games Alex Torres has made a reception during Big 12 play.

2010: Alamo Bowl Champions (Texas Tech 41, Michigan State 31).

29: Texas Tech football players have earned All-America honors.

2011: TicketCity Bowl Champions (Texas Tech 45, Northwestern 38).

33: Degrees at kickoff on New Year’s Day during the TicketCity Bowl - the first football game of 2011.

3,839: Career all-purpose yards for Eric Stephens in 31 career games (T-7th in Tech history).

34: Bowl games Texas Tech has appeared in all-time.

57,733: OLD record attendance at Jones AT&T Stadium, set in 2009 vs. Texas A&M.

38: Points scored during first half of 59-13 win at New Mexico.

60,454: Record attendance at Jones AT&T Stadium, set twice during 2010

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL TEAM STATISTICS

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

Opponent Texas State at New Mexico Nevada at Kansas vs. Texas A&M vs. Kansas State at Oklahoma Iowa State at Texas Oklahoma State at Missouri vs. Baylor

Location Lubbock, Texas

Result W, 50-10

TV -

Attendance 51,792

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

W, 59-13 W, 35-34 W, 45-34 L, 40-45 L, 34-41 W, 41-38 L, 7-41 L, 20-52 L, 6-66 2:30 p.m. 6 p.m.

Versus FCS FSN FX FSN ABC FSN FX ABC ABC FSN

20,674 55,664 39,621 58,416 49,744 85,204 59,260 100,506 57,205 -

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING GP Stephens, Eric.......................................................5 Washington, De...................................................10 Crawford, Aaron ...................................................9 Williams, Kenny ....................................................8 Doege, Seth ........................................................10 Daniels, Ronnie .....................................................1 Marquez, Brad ....................................................10 McRoy, Ben ..........................................................9 Richards, Jack. ...................................................10 Karam, Jacob .......................................................4 TEAM ...................................................................8 Total.......... ........................................................10 Opponents...... ...................................................10

Att 109 71 67 29 49 9 2 2 1 1 4 344 462

PASSING G Doege, Seth ....................................................... 10 Karam, Jacob ...................................................... 4 Zouzalik, Aust. ..................................................... 9 Total.......... ....................................................... 10 Opponents...... .................................................. 10

Effic 140.64 102.65 420.40 140.54 149.90

Gain 585 340 274 74 179 44 11 9 3 2 0 1521 2636

Loss 15 15 17 8 134 1 0 0 0 0 12 202 208

Net 570 325 257 66 45 43 11 9 3 2 -12 1319 2428

Avg 5.2 4.6 3.8 2.3 0.9 4.8 5.5 4.5 3.0 2.0 -3.0 3.8 5.3

TD 8 3 1 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 16 26

Long 46 23 51 14 48 9 11 9 3 2 0 51 71

Avg/G 114.0 32.5 28.6 8.2 4.5 43.0 1.1 1.0 0.3 0.5 -1.5 131.9 242.8

Att-Cmp-Int 319-472-7 8-16-0 2-2-0 329-490-7 161-271-5

Pct 67.6 50.0 100.0 67.1 59.4

Yds 3329 61 37 3427 2292

TD 24 1 1 26 19

Lng 56 19 26 56 69

Avg/G 332.9 15.2 4.1 342.7 229.2

Yds 603 616 409 329 207 240 183 90 128 121 128 171 62 62 36 15 11 11 3 2 3427 2292

Avg 9.9 12.1 12.8 11.3 8.0 12.6 9.6 5.6 8.5 9.3 11.6 17.1 6.2 12.4 7.2 7.5 5.5 11.0 3.0 2.0 10.4 14.2

RECEIVING G No. Ward, Eric .................................................................................................. 10 ............ 61 Torres, Alex ............................................................................................... 10 ............ 51 Moore, Darrin .............................................................................................. 7 ............ 32 Douglas, Corne. ......................................................................................... 10 ............ 29 Franks, Jacoby ............................................................................................ 9 ............ 26 James, Adam ............................................................................................. 10 ............ 19 Marquez, Brad ........................................................................................... 10 ............ 19 Washington, De.......................................................................................... 10 ............ 16 Stephens, Eric.............................................................................................. 5 ............ 15 Zouzalik, Aust. ............................................................................................. 9 ............ 13 Swindall, Tram. ......................................................................................... 10 ............ 11 Kennard, Marcus.......................................................................................... 9 ............ 10 Crawford, Aaron .......................................................................................... 9 ............ 10 Fisher, Aaron ............................................................................................. 10 .............. 5 Amaro, Jace .............................................................................................. 10 .............. 5 Corker, Shawn ............................................................................................. 9 .............. 2 McRoy, Ben ................................................................................................. 9 .............. 2 Doege, Seth ............................................................................................... 10 .............. 1 Daniels, Ronnie ............................................................................................ 1 .............. 1 Williams, Kenny ........................................................................................... 8 .............. 1 Total.......... ............................................................................................... 10 ..........329 Opponents...... .......................................................................................... 10 ..........161

TD 9 4 5 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 26 19

Long 48 44 56 40 21 49 37 26 18 18 42 40 14 20 10 12 14 11 3 2 56 69

Avg/G 60.3 61.6 58.4 32.9 23.0 24.0 18.3 9.0 25.6 13.4 12.8 19.0 6.9 6.2 3.6 1.7 1.2 1.1 3.0 0.2 342.7 229.2

PUNTING No. Erxleben, Ryan ....................................................................46 Total.......... ........................................................................46 Opponents...... ...................................................................39

Yds 1881 1881 1663

Avg 40.9 40.9 42.6

Long 58 58 68

TB 4 4 4

FC 13 13 12

I20 15 15 14

Blkd 0 0 0

KICKOFFS No. Carona, Donnie ..................................................................60 Hicks, Bradley ...................................................................... 2 Total.......... ........................................................................62 Opponents...... ...................................................................69

Yds 3921 127 4048 4558

Avg 65.3 63.5 65.3 66.1

TB 12 0 12 21

OB 3 0 3 1

Retn

Net

YdLn

1086 1023

43.9 45.1

26 24

CATEGORY

TECH

OPP

SCORING .........................................................337 Points Per Game ............................................33.7

374 37.4

FIRST DOWNS ................................................262 Rushing ............................................................89 Passing ...........................................................158 Penalty .............................................................15

234 121 96 17

RUSHING YARDAGE .................................... 1319 Yards gained rushing .....................................1521 Yards lost rushing ...........................................202 Rushing Attempts ...........................................344 Average Per Rush ............................................3.8 Average Per Game .......................................131.9 TDs Rushing .....................................................16

2428 2636 208 462 5.3 242.8 26

PASSING YARDAGE ...................................... 3427 Comp-Att-Int ........................................ 329-490-7 Average Per Pass .............................................7.0 Average Per Catch .........................................10.4 Average Per Game .......................................342.7 TDs Passing......................................................26

2292 161-271-5 8.5 14.2 229.2 19

TOTAL OFFENSE ......................................... 4746 Total Plays .....................................................834 Average Per Play .............................................5.7 Average Per Game .......................................474.6

4720 733 6.4 472.0

KICK RETURNS: #-Yards ........................47-1023 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards........................... 13-84 INT RETURNS: #-Yards .................................5-76 KICK RETURN AVERAGE ...............................21.8 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE ...............................6.5 INT RETURN AVERAGE .................................15.2 FUMBLES-LOST .............................................17-6

46-1086 17-95 7-116 23.6 5.6 16.6 22-11

PENALTIES-YARDS .................................. 73-613 Average Per Game .........................................61.3

70-588 58.8

PUNTS-YARDS .......................................46-1881 Average Per Punt ...........................................40.9 Net punt average ...........................................37.1

39-1663 42.6 38.4

TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME .................. 28:33

31:27

3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS ..................... 77/162 3rd-Down Pct ................................................48%

66/143 46%

4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS ..........................8/19 4th-Down Pct ................................................42%

11/18 61%

SACKS BY-Yards ........................................ 12-67 MISC YARDS ......................................................0 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED ..................................43 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS.......................... 12-16 ON-SIDE KICKS................................................1-2 RED-ZONE SCORES ..........................(41-45) 91% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS ...............(34-45) 76% PAT-ATTEMPTS .............................(41-41) 100%

17-115 100 49 11-17 0-2 (41-49) 84% (34-49) 69% (47-49) 96%

ATTENDANCE ..........................................332081 Games/Avg Per Game...............................6/55347 Neutral Site Games ...............................................

246005 4/61501 0/0

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1st Texas Tech 54 Opponents 99

2nd 109 121

3rd 102 73

4th 72 81

OT

Total 337 374

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL SCORING TD Carona, Donnie .....................................................0 Ward, Eric .............................................................9 Stephens, Eric.......................................................8 Moore, Darrin .......................................................5 Torres, Alex ..........................................................4 Washington, De.....................................................3 Doege, Seth ..........................................................3 Swindall, Tram. ....................................................2 Douglas, Corne. ....................................................2 Amaro, Jace .........................................................2 Daniels, Ronnie .....................................................1 Franks, Jacoby .....................................................1 James, Adam ........................................................1 Crawford, Aaron ...................................................1 Marquez, Brad ......................................................1 TEAM ...................................................................0 Erxleben, Ryan ......................................................0 Porter, Tre’ ...........................................................0 Total.......... ........................................................43 Opponents...... ...................................................49

Rush 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Rcv 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pass 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-2 0-0

DXP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Saf 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0

Points 77 54 48 30 24 18 18 12 12 12 6 6 6 6 6 2 0 0 337 374

TOTAL OFFENSE G Doege, Seth ............................................................................................................10 Stephens, Eric...........................................................................................................5 Washington, De.......................................................................................................10 Crawford, Aaron .......................................................................................................9 Williams, Kenny ........................................................................................................8 Karam, Jacob ...........................................................................................................4 Daniels, Ronnie .........................................................................................................1 Zouzalik, Aust. ..........................................................................................................9 Marquez, Brad ........................................................................................................10 McRoy, Ben ..............................................................................................................9 Richards, Jack. .......................................................................................................10 TEAM .......................................................................................................................8 Total.......... ........................................................................................................... 10 Opponents...... ...................................................................................................... 10

Plays 521 109 71 67 29 17 9 2 2 2 1 4 834 733

Rush 45 570 325 257 66 2 43 0 11 9 3 -12 1319 2428

Pass 3329 0 0 0 0 61 0 37 0 0 0 0 3427 2292

Total 3374 570 325 257 66 63 43 37 11 9 3 -12 4746 4720

Avg/G 337.4 114.0 32.5 28.6 8.2 15.8 43.0 4.1 1.1 1.0 0.3 -1.5 474.6 472.0

FIELD GOALS Carona, Donnie

FGM-FGA 12-16

FGs 12-16 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 12-16 11-17

Pct 75.0

Kick 41-41 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 41-41 47-49

01-19 1-1

20-29 3-3

30-39 2-3

40-49 6-7

50-99 0-2

Lg 49

Blk 3

FG SEQUENCE Texas Tech OPPONENTS TXST ......................................................................................... - .........................................................(40) New Mexico .........................................................................(23) ..................................................(44),(42) Nevada ...................................................................................... - ............................................ 31,(25),(21) Kansas ............................................................................(46),54 ...........................................................42 Texas A&M ............................................... (49),(27),(49),50,(30) .........................................................(45) Kansas State ...................................................... 48,38,(47),(19) ...........................................................31 Oklahoma ......................................................................(40),(37) .............................................. 39,(22),28 Iowa State................................................................................. - ............................................ 50,(42),(23) Texas ............................................................................(29),(40) .........................................................(48) Oklahoma State ......................................................................... - .........................................................(37) Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made. ALL PURPOSE G McRoy, Ben .......................................................................... 9 Stephens, Eric....................................................................... 5 Torres, Alex ........................................................................10 Ward, Eric ...........................................................................10 Washington, De...................................................................10 Moore, Darrin ....................................................................... 7 Douglas, Corne. ..................................................................10 Crawford, Aaron ................................................................... 9 Marquez, Brad ....................................................................10 Zouzalik, Aust. ...................................................................... 9 James, Adam ......................................................................10 Franks, Jacoby ..................................................................... 9 Kennard, Marcus................................................................... 9 Swindall, Tram. ..................................................................10 Williams, Kenny .................................................................... 8 Fisher, Aaron ......................................................................10 Hubert, Cqulin .....................................................................10 Doege, Seth ........................................................................10 Daniels, Ronnie ..................................................................... 1 Johnson, D.J.......................................................................10 Amaro, Jace .......................................................................10 Corker, Shawn ...................................................................... 9 Ontiveros, Omar .................................................................... 9 Richards, Jack. ...................................................................10 Karam, Jacob ....................................................................... 4 TEAM ................................................................................... 8 Total.......... ........................................................................10 Opponents...... ...................................................................10

Rush 9 570 0 0 325 0 0 257 11 0 0 0 0 0 66 0 0 45 43 0 0 0 0 3 2 -12 1319 2428

Rec 11 128 616 603 90 409 329 62 183 121 240 207 171 128 2 62 0 11 3 0 36 15 0 0 0 0 3427 2292

PR 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 76 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 84 95

KOR 719 0 0 0 131 0 0 0 79 68 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 1023 1086

PUNT RET No. Zouzalik, Aust. ..................... 11 Torres, Alex ............................2 Total.......... ......................... 13 Opponents...... .................... 17

Yds 76 8 84 95

Avg 6.9 4.0 6.5 5.6

TD 0 0 0 0

Long 25 8 25 25

INTERCEPTIONS No. Johnson, D.J...........................2 Dees, Blake.............................1 Porter, Tre’ .............................1 Hubert, Cqulin .........................1 Total.......... ........................... 5 Opponents...... ...................... 7

Yds 40 0 0 36 76 116

Avg 20.0 0.0 0.0 36.0 15.2 16.6

TD 0 0 0 0 0 1

Long 24 0 0 36 36 40

KICK RET No. McRoy, Ben ......................... 30 Washington, De.......................7 Marquez, Brad ........................4 Zouzalik, Aust. ........................3 Hubert, Cqulin .........................2 Ontiveros, Omar ......................1 Total.......... ......................... 47 Opponents...... .................... 46

Yds 719 131 79 68 21 5 1023 1086

Avg 24.0 18.7 19.8 22.7 10.5 5.0 21.8 23.6

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Long 47 26 24 21 19 5 47 100

FUMBLE RET No. Robertson, Pete ......................1 Dewhurst, Brett ......................1 Douglas, Corne. ......................1 Total.......... ........................... 3 Opponents...... ...................... 2

Yds 5 2 37 44 6

Avg 5.0 2.0 37.0 14.7 3.0

TD 0 0 1 1 2

Long 5 2 37 37 3

CONVERSIONS Third Down Texas Tech Opponents Fourth Down Texas Tech Opponents

1 23-46 16-34 1 1-1 4-4

2 19-42 16-35 2 2-6 3-4

3 21-39 21-37 3 2-7 2-4

4 Total 14-35 77-162 13-37 66-143 4 3-5 2-6

Total 8-19 11-18

TURNOVERS Takeaways – 16 Turnovers – 13 Points Off Turnovers – Tech: 79 (11 TD, 1 FG) Opponents: 55 (8 TD, 2 FG) Points Off Turnovers/Game – Texas Tech: 7.9 Opponents: 5.5

IR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 36 0 0 40 0 0 0 0 0 0 76 116

Tot 739 698 624 603 546 409 329 319 273 265 240 207 171 128 68 62 57 56 46 40 36 15 5 3 2 -12 5929 6017

Avg/G 82.1 139.6 62.4 60.3 54.6 58.4 32.9 35.4 27.3 29.4 24.0 23.0 19.0 12.8 8.5 6.2 5.7 5.6 46.0 4.0 3.6 1.7 0.6 0.3 0.5 -1.5 592.9 601.7

RED ZONE Texas Tech Red Zone Entries – 41 of 45 (91.1%) Scores – 41 (34TDs, 7 FGs) Non-Scores – 4 (1 HALF, 2 DOWNS, 1 MFG) Opponent Red Zone Entries – 41-of-49 (83.7%) Scores – 25 (34 TDs, 7 FGs) Non-Scores – 8 (2 FUM. 3 DOWNS, 3 MFG) KICKOFFS Kickoffs – 62 Touchbacks – 12 Opponent Kickoff Returns – 47 for 1094 yards (23.2) Fair Catches – 0 Out of Bounds – 3

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL DEFENSIVE STATISTICS DEFENSE GP 16 Davis, Cody ......................................................................................9 12 Johnson, D.J...................................................................................10 42 Cobb, Daniel ...................................................................................10 1 Bullitt, Terr. ....................................................................................10 51 Hubert, Cqulin .................................................................................10 91 Hyder, Kerry ...................................................................................10 25 Dees, Blake.......................................................................................7 54 Bush, Dartwan................................................................................10 5 Porter, Tre’ .......................................................................................7 30 Dewhurst, Brett..............................................................................10 1E Mackey, Leon ...................................................................................8 98 Langley, Donald ................................................................................9 2G Flannel, Jared .................................................................................10 94 Smith, Scott .....................................................................................6 13 Eguavoen, Sam ...............................................................................10 96 Wesley, Dennell ..............................................................................10 43 Richards, Jack. ...............................................................................10 2F Phillips, Jarv. ..................................................................................10 1B Mays, Derrick ...................................................................................8 1C Simmons, Delvon ..............................................................................8 31 Neboh, Eugene ..................................................................................9 34 Vest, Sawyer ..................................................................................10 2 Douglas, Corne. ..............................................................................10 28 Osunde, Happi...................................................................................4 99 Perry, Chris.......................................................................................7 4 Marquez, Brad ................................................................................10 9 Corker, Shawn ..................................................................................9 87 Fisher, Aaron ..................................................................................10 39 Foster, Tanner ..................................................................................3 27 Winbush, Zach ..................................................................................6 19 Durham, Giorgio ................................................................................8 32 Crawford, Aaron ...............................................................................9 45 Sonier, Tyrone ..................................................................................4 49 Carona, Donnie ...............................................................................10 26 Erxleben, Ryan ................................................................................10 22 Amaro, Jace ...................................................................................10 20 Daniels, Ronnie .................................................................................1 7 Doege, Seth ....................................................................................10 52 Evans, Kindred ..................................................................................3 TM TEAM ...............................................................................................8 23 McRoy, Ben ......................................................................................9 40 Barr, Aundrey ...................................................................................3 21 Washington, De...............................................................................10 62 Neill, David .......................................................................................9 14 Moore, Darrin ...................................................................................7 8 Franks, Jacoby .................................................................................9 65 Waddle, L.A. ...................................................................................10 4A Williams, Kenny ................................................................................8 11 Swindall, Tram. ..............................................................................10 10 Robertson, Pete ................................................................................3 47 Smitherman, Jes .............................................................................10 Total.......... ................................................................................... 10 Opponents.................................................................................... 10

|-------Tackles-------| UA AS Tot 57 14 71 52 13 65 28 19 47 34 9 43 24 12 36 24 7 31 27 4 31 23 5 28 21 3 24 20 3 23 17 5 22 19 2 21 16 5 21 19 2 21 16 3 19 9 7 16 12 3 15 13 2 15 13 1 14 10 3 13 11 . 11 9 2 11 5 2 7 7 . 7 5 2 7 4 1 5 3 2 5 3 2 5 3 1 4 . 3 3 3 . 3 3 . 3 3 . 3 3 . 3 2 . 2 2 . 2 1 1 2 2 . 2 1 1 2 2 . 2 1 1 2 . 1 1 . 1 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 532 142 674 528 214 742

TFL/Yds 2.0-4 . 7.5-14 7.0-31 5.5-15 4.5-10 4.0-7 5.0-18 . 2.0-2 3.0-6 1.5-6 3.0-19 5.5-22 1.0-1 1.0-1 1.5-6 . 1.0-2 1.5-8 . . . . 2.0-6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.0-6 1.0-1 . 0.5-0 . . . . . . . . . 61-185 53.0-196

|-Sacks-| No-Yds . . . . 1.0-5 1.0-4 . 2.0-9 . . . . 1.0-14 3.0-15 . . 1.0-6 . . 1.0-7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.0-6 1.0-1 . . . . . . . . . . . 12-67 17-115

|---Pass Def---| Int-Yds BrUp . 4 2-40 3 . . . 3 1-36 1 . 3 1-0 . . 1 1-0 2 . 1 . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . 1 . 3 . 1 . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . 5-76 26 7-116 43

QBH . . 2 1 2 3 . 3 . . . . . 3 . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 20

|-Fumbles-| Rv-Yds FF . . 1-0 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 1-0 2 2-0 4 1-0 . 1-2 . . 1 . . . . . 2 . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . 1-37 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5 . 1-0 . 11-44 17 6-6 6

Blkd Kk . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 3

Saf . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . 1 .

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL GAME-BY-GAME STARTERS OFFENSIVE STARTERS GAME TEXAS STATE NEW MEXICO NEVADA KANSAS TEXAS A&M KANSAS STATE OKLAHOMA IOWA STATE TEXAS OKLAHOMA STATE

LT Waddle Waddle Waddle Waddle Waddle Waddle Waddle Waddle Waddle Waddle

LG Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards

C McDaniel McDaniel McDaniel Keown Keown Keown Keown Gallington Keown Keown

RG Gallington Gallington Gallington Gallington Gallington Gallington Gallington Carpenter Gallington Gallington

RT Okafor Okafor Okafor McDaniel McDaniel McDaniel McDaniel McDaniel McDaniel McDaniel

QB Doege Doege Doege Doege Doege Doege Doege Doege Doege Doege

F Stephens Stephens Stephens Stephens Stephens Crawford Crawford Crawford Crawford Crawford

H Douglas Douglas Douglas Douglas Douglas Douglas Douglas Douglas Marquez Marquez

X Swindall Ward Ward Ward Ward Ward Ward Ward Ward Ward

Y Torres Torres Torres Torres Zouzalik James James James Moore James

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

LE Bush Bush Bush Bush Mackey Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith

NT Langley Langley Langley Langley Langley Langley Wesley Langley Langley Langley

DT Hyder Hyder Hyder Hyder Hyder Hyder Hyder Hyder Hyder Hyder

RE Mackey Richards Richards Richards Richards Mackey Mackey Mackey Mackey Bush

SAM Hubert Eguavoen Dees Dees Cobb Dees Cobb Hubert Cobb Cobb

MIKE Dees Dees Eguavoen Eguavoen Eguavoen Hubert Hubert Cobb Hubert Hubert

CB Mays Neboh Mays Phillips Mays Neboh Neboh Phillips Phillips Mays

FS Bullit Bullit Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson

WS Johnson Johnson Dewhurst Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis

SS Davis Davis Bullitt Bullitt Bullitt Bullitt Bullitt Bullitt Bullitt Bullitt

Z Moore Moore Moore Zouzalik Franks Torres Torres Torres Torres Torres

CB Porter Porter Neboh Porter Phillips Porter Porter Porter Mays Neboh

GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS (TEAM) GAME

SCORE

FIRST DOWNS TOT RU-PA-PE

RUSHING NO-YDS-TD

C-A-I

PASSING YDS TD

TOT OFF PL-YDS

PUNTS NO-AVG

FUM F-L

PENALTIES NO-YDS

3RD DNS

TIME OF POSS

Texas Tech vs. Texas State

50 10

24 21

7-16-1 14-6-1

33-157-3 50-256-1

25-37-0 10-21-0

348 75

4 0

70-505 71-331

5-29.8 5-48.2

4-1 4-4

2-30 11-88

7-of-12 5-of-15

23:48 36:12

Texas Tech at New Mexico

59 13

34 15

12-22-0 7-7-1

35-178-2 37-109-1

45-50-0 10-29-1

446 228

6 0

85-624 66-337

1-38 5-39.4

2-1 2-2

5-35 8-45

9-of-13 5-of-15

33:15 26:45

Texas Tech vs. Nevada

35 34

24 26

11-12-1 13-12-1

38-219-2 46-312-2

26-38-0 15-24-0

222 250

3 2

76-441 70-562

3-41.3 2-37.5

1-0 1-0

7-50 6-40

9-of-15 8-of-14

27:26 32:34

Texas Tech vs. Kansas

45 34

28 26

12-15-1 12-10-4

40-164-3 51-239-2

29-46-1 16-22-3

366 239

3 3

86-530 73-478

5-37.2 3-39.3

1-0 4-1

17-154 8-673

7-of-17 3-of-10

28:43 31:17

Texas Tech vs. Texas A&M

40 45

34 23

12-17-5 14-7-2

39-132-1 46-205-4

44-66-0 16-26-0

391 188

3 1

105 72

3-41.3 5-45.6

2-0 1-0

9-70 9-100

12-of-24 7-of-14

33:36 26:2

Texas Tech vs. Kansas State

34 41

32 16

7-23-2 9-6-1

33-119-3 47-193-3

43-63-3 12-18-0

461 146

1 1

96-580 65-339

2-46.0 5-41.2

1-1 2-0

7-62 10-78

6-of-14 7-of-14

26:67 33:33

Texas Tech vs. Oklahoma

41 38

27 24

7-18-2 6-17-1

43-120-1 25-124-0

34-53-0 30-55-1

452 412

4 5

96-572 80-536

6-37.3 7-42.1

1-0 2-1

9-50 5-61

6-of-18 5-of-17

34:59 25:01

Texas Tech vs. Iowa State

7 41

15 24

7-8-0 15-8-1

26-99-1 67-368-4

18-38-2 14-26-0

191 144

0 1

64-290 93-512

9-42.8 5-42.6

3-1 3-1

4-45 4-30

3-of-13 11 of 22

20:00 40:09

Texas Tech vs. Texas

20 52

28 28

7-18-3 22-5-1

27-30-0 54-439-6

40-55-0 5-9-0

381 156

2 1

82-411 63-595

4-46.2 0-0

0-0 0-0

8-75 6-55

12-of-19 7-of-9

31:06 28:54

Texas Tech vs. Oklahoma State

6 66

16 31

7-9-0 9-18-4

30-101-0 39-183-3

25-44-1 33-41-0

169 454

0 5

74-270 80-637

7-44.4 2-45.0

2-2 3-2

5-42 3-24

6-of-17 8-of-13

27:13 32:47

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL GAME-BY GAME STATISTICS INDIVIDUAL RUSHING Rush-Yds/TD TXST Crawford .......................................... 1-8/0 Daniels ...............................................DNP Doege ............................................. 5-12/0 Karam............................................... 0-0/0 McRoy .............................................. 0-0/0 Stephens ....................................21-126/2 Washington..................................... 6-38/1

UNM DNP 9-44/1 0-0/0 1-2/0 1-9/0 14-94/1 9-38/0

NEV 0-0/0 DNP 9-83/0 DNP 0-0/0 26-134/2 0-0/0

KU 0-0/0 DNP 4-18/0 DNP 0-0/0 26-125/2 6-32/1

TAMU 7-22/0 DNP 9-27/0 DNP 0-0/0 22-103/1 1-1/0

KSU 21-100/1 DNP 3-1/1 DNP 0-0/0 DNP 6-27/1

OU 17-65/0 DNP 6-4/1 DNP 0-0/0 DNP 16-86/0

ISU 7-37/0 DNP 6-17/1 0-0/0 0-0/0 DNP 11-52/0

UT 7-16/0 DNP 4-0/0 DNP DNP DNP 5-12/0

OSU 7-26/10 DNP 3-9/0 0-0/0 1-0/0 DNP 11-54/0

RECEIVING Rec-Yds/TD TXST Amaro............................................... 0-0/0 Corker .............................................. 0-0/0 Daniels ...............................................DNP Douglas .......................................... 2-15/0 Franks .............................................. 0-0/0 James............................................... 0-0/0 Kennard ............................................ 0-0/0 Marquez ......................................... 1-10/1 McRoy .............................................. 0-0/0 Moore .........................................12-121/1 Stephens .......................................... 0-0/0 Swindall ......................................... 1-20/0 Torres............................................. 4-58/0 Ward................................................. 2-6/0 Washington....................................... 2-8/0 Zouzalik .......................................... 1-10/0

UNM 1-2/1 1-12/0 1-3/0 4-37/0 2-34/0 0-0/0 DNP 2-15/0 1-(-3)/0 9-118/3 7-63/0 3-26/0 3-38/0 8-87/2 2-3/0 1-11/0

NEV 2-18/1 1-3/0 DNP 0-0/0 5-54/0 0-0/0 1-7/0 1-6/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 3-30/0 1-8/0 5-40/0 6-51/2 0-0/0 1-5/0

KU 0-0/0 0-0/0 DNP 4-98/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 4-55/0 0-0/0 DNP 0-0/0 0-0/0 3-30/0 4-70/2 0-0/0 0-0/0

TAMU 0-0/0 DNP DNP 6-24/0 9-63/0 4-28/1 1-17/0 1-37/0 0-0/0 DNP 2-12/0 DNP 8-111/1 10-74/1 0-0/0 2-17/0

KSU 0-0/0 0-0/0 DNP 5-99/1 0-0/0 3-34/0 3-25/0 0-0/0 1-14/0 DNP DNP 4-56/0 12-104/0 8-63/0 1-2/0 1-14/0

OU 0-0/0 0-0/0 DNP 6-45/0 0-0/0 5-75/0 3-75/0 1-(-1)/0 0-0/0 1-4/0 DNP 1-14/1 4-94/3 6-78/0 1-8/0 0-0/0

ISU 0-0/0 0-0/0 DNP 2-11/0 0-0/0 2-8/0 1-35/0 2-14/0 0-0/0 1-11/0 DNP 0-0/0 2-35/0 5-62/0 0-0/0 3-15/0

UT 0-0/0 0-0/0 DNP 0-0/0 3-14/0 5-95/0 0-0/0 3-24/0 DNP 6-34/1 DNP 0-0/0 6-75/0 8-75/1 4-24/0 2-26/0

OSU 0-0/0 0-0/0 DNP 0-0/0 4-13/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 4-23/0 0-0/0 3-21/0 DNP 0-0/0 4-31/0 4-36/0 4-41/0 DNP

PASSING C-A-I-Yds/TD................................. #7 Doege TXST ...................................... 23-33-0-326/3 UNM ....................................... 40-44-0-401/5 NEV ........................................ 26-38-0-222/3 KU .......................................... 29-46-1-366/3 TAMU..................................... 44-66-0-391/3 KSU ........................................ 43-63-3/461/1 OU .......................................... 33-52-0/441/4 ISU ......................................... 16-35-2-171/0 UT .......................................... 40-55-0-381/2 OSU ........................................ 25-43-1/169/0

TACKLES UT-AT-TT TXST Amaro....................................... 0-0-0 Barr .......................................... 0-0-0 Bullitt ....................................... 4-1-5 Bush ......................................... 4-0-4 Carona ...................................... 1-0-1 Cobb ......................................... 0-0-0 Corker ...................................... 0-0-0 Davis ........................................ 1-0-1 Daniels .......................................DNP Dees ......................................... 7-1-8 Dewhurst.................................. 4-0-4 Durham .......................................DNP Eguavoen .................................. 3-0-3 Evans........................................ 1-0-1 Fisher ....................................... 0-0-0 Flannel ...................................... 0-0-0 Foster ....................................... 0-0-0 Hubert ...................................... 2-0-2 Hyder........................................ 0-0-0 Johnson .................................... 9-0-9 Langley ..................................... 1-0-1 Mackey .................................... 4-0-4 Mays ........................................ 1-0-1 McRoy ...................................... 0-0-0 Neboh ....................................... 1-0-1 Osunde .......................................DNP Perry ........................................ 3-0-3 Phillips ...................................... 1-0-1 Porter ....................................... 4-0-4 Richards ................................... 0-0-0 Simmons .....................................DNP Sonier ....................................... 3-0-3 Vest .......................................... 2-0-2 Wesley...................................... 4-0-4

UNM 1-0-1 0-1-1 1-1-2 1-2-3 0-0-0 0-3-3 0-0-0 6-3-9 1-1-2 0-3-3 2-1-3 0-0-0 1-1-2 0-1-1 0-1-1 1-0-1 1-1-2 1-4-5 2-0-2 1-0-1 1-0-1 DNP 0-0-0 0-1-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 2-2-4 0-0-0 3-1-4 4-0-4 2-3-5 DNP 1-1-2 1-3-4

NEV 0-0-0 DNP 3-1-4 3-0-3 0-0-0 2-0-2 0-0-0 DNP DNP 4-0-4 3-1-4 1-0-1 8-0-8 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-0-2 0-0-0 5-0-5 11-2-12 4-0-4 DNP 3-0-3 0-0-0 4-0-4 1-0-1 0-0-0 3-0-3 DNP 1-0-1 DNP DNP 2-0-2 0-0-0

PUNTING Number-Avg./I20 .................. #26 Erxleben TXST ...................................... 5-29.8/2 UNM ....................................... 1-38/0 NEV ........................................ 3-41.3/3 KU .......................................... 5-37.2/0 TAMU..................................... 3-41.3/1 KSU ........................................ 5-41.2/2 OU .......................................... 6-/37.3/3 ISU ......................................... 9-42.8/2 UT .......................................... 4-46.2/1 OSU ........................................ 7-311/2

FIELD GOALS Made, Missed, Blocked ................ #49 Carona TXST ................................................................. UNM ..............................................................23 NEV ................................................................... KU ........................................................... 46,54 TAMU...................................... 49,27,49,50,30 KSU ............................................ 48, 38, 47 19 OU ........................................................... 40,37 ISU .................................................................... UT .......................................................... 29, 40 OSU ...................................................................

#3 Karam 2-4-0-22/1 4-5-19-0/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 2-6-0-20/0 DNP 0-1-0-0/0

KU 0-0-0 DNP 1-3-4 0-2-2 0-0-0 5-6-11 0-0-0 12-2-14 DNP 3-0-3 0-1-1 1-0-1 0-1-1 DNP 1-1-2 1-0-1 DNP 7-2-9 4-3-7 1-2-3 2-2-4 3-1-4 0-0-0 1-0-1 2-0-2 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 4-0-4 1-3-4 1-0-1 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0

TAMU 0-0-0 DNP 4-0-4 2-0-2 1-0-1 3-0-3 DNP 8-0-8 DNP 3-0-3 1-0-1 DNP 0-0-0 DNP 1-0-1 1-0-1 DNP 5-0-5 1-0-1 9-0-9 2-0-2 2-0-2 4-0-4 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP 1-0-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 1-0-1 DNP 2-0-2 1-0-1

KSU 0-0-0 DNP 5-0-5 5-0-5 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 5-0-5 DNP 9-0-9 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 DNP 1-0-1 0-0-0 DNP 3-0-3 2-0-2 3-0-3 5-0-5 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 2-0-2 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-0-2 1-0-1 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0

OU 0-0-0 DNP 6-2-8 1-1-2 0-0-0 6-3-9 1-0-1 2-2-4 DNP DNP 3-0-3 0-0-0 2-1-3 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 1-1-2 2-0-2 3-2-5 DNP 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 DNP 4-1-5 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 1-1-2 1-1-2

ISU 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 3-0-3 0-0-0 4-3-7 1-1-2 6-1-7 DNP DNP 1-0-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 DNP DNP 7-2-9 1-0-1 3-2-5 5-0-5 2-2-4 3-0-3 4-2-6 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-0-2 0-0-0 5-0-5 4-1-5 0-0-0 2-0-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-1-3

UT 0-0-0 DNP 0-1-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 3-3-6 1-1-2 7-4-11 DNP DNP 1-0-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 DNP 0-0-0 2-3-5 DNP 2-3-5 1-4-5 6-4-10 0-0-0 2-1-3 4-1-5 DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP 2-2-4 DNP 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-2-2

OSU 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 3-0-3 0-0-0 5-1-6 0-0-0 10-2-12 DNP 1-0-1 3-0-3 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 4-0-4 DNP DNP 2-0-2 7-1-8 1-0-1 1-1-2 1-0-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 4-0-4 0-0-0 1-0-1 DNP 2-0-2 2-0-2 DNP 1-0-1 0-0-0

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL SUPERLATIVES (GAME-HIGHS) INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

Rushes................................... 26 ........................................................ Stephens, Eric vs Nevada (Sep 24, 2011) ............................................................................................................Stephens, Eric at Kansas (Oct 01, 2011) Yards Rushing ........................ 134 ...................................................... Stephens, Eric vs Nevada (Sep 24, 2011) TD Rushes ............................. 2 .............................................................Stephens, Eric vs TXST (Sep 03, 2011) ........................................................................................................... Stephens, Eric vs Nevada (Sep 24, 2011) ............................................................................................................Stephens, Eric at Kansas (Oct 01, 2011) Long Rush .............................. 51 ............................................Crawford, Aaron vs Kansas State (Oct 15, 2011) Pass attempts ....................... 66 .....................................................Doege, Seth vs Texas A&M (Oct 08, 2011) Pass completions ................... 44 .....................................................Doege, Seth vs Texas A&M (Oct 08, 2011) Yards Passing ........................ 461 .................................................Doege, Seth vs Kansas State (Oct 15, 2011) TD Passes ............................. 5 ......................................................Doege, Seth at New Mexico (Sep 17, 2011) Long Pass .............................. 56 ....................................................Doege, Seth at New Mexico (Sep 17, 2011) Receptions ............................. 12 ........................................................... Moore, Darrin vs TXST (Sep 03, 2011) ......................................................................................................Torres, Alex vs Kansas State (Oct 15, 2011) Yards Receiving ..................... 221 ......................................................... Moore, Darrin vs TXST (Sep 03, 2011) TD Receptions ....................... 3 ................................................... Moore, Darrin at New Mexico (Sep 17, 2011) ........................................................................................................... Torres, Alex at Oklahoma (Oct 22, 2011) Long Reception ...................... 56 ................................................. Moore, Darrin at New Mexico (Sep 17, 2011) Field Goals ............................. 4 .................................................. Carona, Donnie vs Texas A&M (Oct 08, 2011) Long Field Goal ...................... 49 ................................................ Carona, Donnie vs Texas A&M (Oct 08, 2011) Punts ..................................... 9 .................................................... Erxleben, Ryan vs Iowa State (Oct 29, 2011) Punting Avg ........................... 46.2 .......................................................Erxleben, Ryan at Texas (Nov 05, 2011) Long Punt .............................. 58 ..........................................Erxleben, Ryan vs Oklahoma State (Nov 12, 2011) Punts inside 20 ...................... 3 ......................................................... Erxleben, Ryan vs Nevada (Sep 24, 2011) ....................................................................................................... Erxleben, Ryan at Oklahoma (Oct 22, 2011) Long Punt Return ................... 25 ................................................Zouzalik, Aust. at New Mexico (Sep 17, 2011) Long Kickoff Return ............... 47 .....................................................McRoy, Ben vs Texas A&M (Oct 08, 2011) Tackles .................................. 14 .............................................................Davis, Cody at Kansas (Oct 01, 2011) Sacks .................................... 1.0 .........................................................Evans, Kindred vs TXST (Sep 03, 2011) .......................................................................................................................... TEAM vs TXST (Sep 03, 2011) ............................................................................................... Simmons, Delvon at New Mexico (Sep 17, 2011) ..................................................................................................Richards, Jack. at New Mexico (Sep 17, 2011) ...................................................................................................Bush, Dartwan at New Mexico (Sep 17, 2011) ..............................................................................................................Hyder, Kerry vs Nevada (Sep 24, 2011) ............................................................................................................ Hubert, Cqulin at Kansas (Oct 01, 2011) ....................................................................................................... Smith, Scott vs Texas A&M (Oct 08, 2011) .....................................................................................................Smith, Scott vs Kansas State (Oct 15, 2011) ...................................................................................................... Flannel, Jared vs Iowa State (Oct 29, 2011) ............................................................................................................ Bush, Dartwan at Texas (Nov 05, 2011) ................................................................................................ Smith, Scott vs Oklahoma State (Nov 12, 2011) Tackles For Loss .................... 2.5 .......................................................Cobb, Daniel at Oklahoma (Oct 22, 2011) Interceptions.......................... 2 ............................................................Johnson, D.J. at Kansas (Oct 01, 2011)

TEAM GAME HIGHS

Rushes................................... 43 ............................................................................at Oklahoma (Oct 22, 2011) Yards Rushing ........................ 219 .............................................................................vs Nevada (Sep 24, 2011) Yards Per Rush ...................... 5.8 ..............................................................................vs Nevada (Sep 24, 2011) TD Rushes ............................. 3 ....................................................................................vs TXST (Sep 03, 2011) ...................................................................................................................................at Kansas (Oct 01, 2011) ......................................................................................................................... vs Kansas State (Oct 15, 2011) Pass attempts ....................... 66 ........................................................................ vs Texas A&M (Oct 08, 2011) Pass completions ................... 45 ........................................................................at New Mexico (Sep 17, 2011) Yards Passing ........................ 461 .................................................................... vs Kansas State (Oct 15, 2011) Yards Per Pass....................... 9.4 .................................................................................vs TXST (Sep 03, 2011) TD Passes ............................. 6 ..........................................................................at New Mexico (Sep 17, 2011) Total Plays ............................ 105 ...................................................................... vs Texas A&M (Oct 08, 2011) Total Offense......................... 624 ......................................................................at New Mexico (Sep 17, 2011) Yards Per Play ....................... 7.3 .......................................................................at New Mexico (Sep 17, 2011) Points .................................... 59 ........................................................................at New Mexico (Sep 17, 2011) Sacks By ............................... 3 ..........................................................................at New Mexico (Sep 17, 2011) First Downs ........................... 34 ........................................................................at New Mexico (Sep 17, 2011) ........................................................................................................................... vs Texas A&M (Oct 08, 2011) Penalties................................ 17 ................................................................................at Kansas (Oct 01, 2011) Penalty Yards ........................ 154 ..............................................................................at Kansas (Oct 01, 2011) Turnovers .............................. 4 ........................................................................ vs Kansas State (Oct 15, 2011) Interceptions By .................... 3 ..................................................................................at Kansas (Oct 01, 2011) Punts ..................................... 9 ............................................................................vs Iowa State (Oct 29, 2011) Punting Avg ........................... 46.2 .............................................................................. at Texas (Nov 05, 2011) Long Punt .............................. 58 ..................................................................vs Oklahoma State (Nov 12, 2011) Punts inside 20 ...................... 3 .................................................................................vs Nevada (Sep 24, 2011) ...............................................................................................................................at Oklahoma (Oct 22, 2011) Long Punt Return ................... 25 ........................................................................at New Mexico (Sep 17, 2011)

OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

Rushes................................... 31 ...................................................White, James, vs Iowa State (Oct 29, 2011) Yards Rushing ........................ 191 ........................................................Bergeron, Joe, at Texas (Nov 05, 2011) TD Rushes ............................. 3 .................................................... Klein, Collin, vs Kansas State (Oct 15, 2011) .............................................................................................................Bergeron, Joe, at Texas (Nov 05, 2011) ........................................................................................... Randle, Joseph, vs Oklahoma State (Nov 12, 2011) Long Rush .............................. 71 .................................................... Hollis, Duran, vs Iowa State (Oct 29, 2011) Pass attempts ....................... 55 ......................................................Jones,Landry, at Oklahoma (Oct 22, 2011) Pass completions ................... 31 .....................................Weeden, Brandon, vs Oklahoma State (Nov 12, 2011) Yards Passing ........................ 423 ...................................Weeden, Brandon, vs Oklahoma State (Nov 12, 2011) TD Passes ............................. 5 ........................................................Jones,Landry, at Oklahoma (Oct 22, 2011) ........................................................................................Weeden, Brandon, vs Oklahoma State (Nov 12, 2011) Long Pass .............................. 69 ............................................ AUSTIN, Tarean, at New Mexico (Sep 17, 2011) Receptions ............................. 8 ..........................................................Stills,Kenny, at Oklahoma (Oct 22, 2011) Yards Receiving ..................... 139 .................................................LONG, Deon, at New Mexico (Sep 17, 2011) TD Receptions ....................... 2 ..........................................................Stills,Kenny, at Oklahoma (Oct 22, 2011) .............................................................................................Stewart, Josh, vs Oklahoma State (Nov 12, 2011) ...............................................................................................Blackmon, J., vs Oklahoma State (Nov 12, 2011) Long Reception ...................... 69 ...................................................LONG, Deon, at New Mexico (Sep 17, 2011) Field Goals ............................. 2 .....................................................AHO, James, at New Mexico (Sep 17, 2011) ............................................................................................................. Martinez, A., vs Nevada (Sep 24, 2011) ........................................................................................................ Guyer, Zach, vs Iowa State (Oct 29, 2011) Long Field Goal ...................... 48 ......................................................... Tucker, Justin, at Texas (Nov 05, 2011) Punts ..................................... 7 ............................................................Way,Tress, at Oklahoma (Oct 22, 2011) Punting Avg ........................... 57.3 .............................................................Follis, Ben, vs TXST (Sep 03, 2011) Long Punt .............................. 68 ................................................................Follis, Ben, vs TXST (Sep 03, 2011) ..................................................................................................Epperson, Ryan, vs Texas A&M (Oct 08, 2011) Punts inside 20 ...................... 2 ............................................................Rutherford, S., vs TXST (Sep 03, 2011) ..................................................................................................Epperson, Ryan, vs Texas A&M (Oct 08, 2011) ..................................................................................................... Doerr, Ryan, vs Kansas State (Oct 15, 2011) .............................................................................................................Way,Tress, at Oklahoma (Oct 22, 2011) .................................................................................................Van Der Kamp,K., vs Iowa State (Oct 29, 2011) Long Punt Return ................... 25 ......................................................Broyles,Ryan, at Oklahoma (Oct 22, 2011) Long Kickoff Return ............... 100 .............................................Lockett, Tyler, vs Kansas State (Oct 15, 2011) Tackles .................................. 13 ...................................................... Colvin,Aaron, at Oklahoma (Oct 22, 2011) Sacks .................................... 2.0 ............................................................ Roy, Brett, vs Nevada (Sep 24, 2011) ............................................................................................................... Okafor, Alex, at Texas (Nov 05, 2011) Tackles For Loss .................... 3.5 ............................................................ Roy, Brett, vs Nevada (Sep 24, 2011) Interceptions.......................... 1 ......................................................... Terry, Keeston, at Kansas (Oct 01, 2011) ...............................................................................................Hartman, Tysyn, vs Kansas State (Oct 15, 2011) .................................................................................................. Malone, Nigel, vs Kansas State (Oct 15, 2011) ..................................................................................................Garrett, David, vs Kansas State (Oct 15, 2011) ...................................................................................................Reeves, Jeremy, vs Iowa State (Oct 29, 2011) ..................................................................................................Benton, Ter’Ran, vs Iowa State (Oct 29, 2011) .......................................................................................... Bassett, Cooper, vs Oklahoma State (Nov 12, 2011)

OPPONENT TEAM GAME HIGHS

Rushes................................... 67 ..........................................................................vs Iowa State (Oct 29, 2011) Yards Rushing ........................ 439 ............................................................................... at Texas (Nov 05, 2011) Yards Per Rush ...................... 8.1 ................................................................................ at Texas (Nov 05, 2011) TD Rushes ............................. 6 ................................................................................... at Texas (Nov 05, 2011) Pass attempts ....................... 55 ............................................................................at Oklahoma (Oct 22, 2011) Pass completions ................... 33 ..................................................................vs Oklahoma State (Nov 12, 2011) Yards Passing ........................ 454 ................................................................vs Oklahoma State (Nov 12, 2011) Yards Per Pass....................... 17.3 .............................................................................. at Texas (Nov 05, 2011) TD Passes ............................. 5 ..............................................................................at Oklahoma (Oct 22, 2011) .....................................................................................................................vs Oklahoma State (Nov 12, 2011) Total Plays ............................ 93 ..........................................................................vs Iowa State (Oct 29, 2011) Total Offense......................... 637 ................................................................vs Oklahoma State (Nov 12, 2011) Yards Per Play ....................... 9.4 ................................................................................ at Texas (Nov 05, 2011) Points .................................... 66 ..................................................................vs Oklahoma State (Nov 12, 2011) Sacks By ............................... 4 ................................................................................... at Texas (Nov 05, 2011) First Downs ........................... 31 ..................................................................vs Oklahoma State (Nov 12, 2011) Penalties................................ 11 ..................................................................................vs TXST (Sep 03, 2011) Penalty Yards ........................ 100 ...................................................................... vs Texas A&M (Oct 08, 2011) Turnovers .............................. 4 ....................................................................................vs TXST (Sep 03, 2011) ...................................................................................................................................at Kansas (Oct 01, 2011) Interceptions By .................... 3 ........................................................................ vs Kansas State (Oct 15, 2011) Punts ..................................... 7 ..............................................................................at Oklahoma (Oct 22, 2011) Punting Avg ........................... 48.2 ...............................................................................vs TXST (Sep 03, 2011) Long Punt .............................. 68 ..................................................................................vs TXST (Sep 03, 2011) ........................................................................................................................... vs Texas A&M (Oct 08, 2011) Punts inside 20 ...................... 3 ....................................................................................vs TXST (Sep 03, 2011) Long Punt Return ................... 25 ............................................................................at Oklahoma (Oct 22, 2011)

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL LONGEST PLAYS - TEXAS TECH 25-PLUS YARDS Yards Opponent Play/Situation/Result 56 .................... UNM ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Darrin Moore 56-yard reception/3rd and 8/Touchdown 54 .................... KU ..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................Donnie Carona 54-yard field goal attempt/4th and 2/No Good 51 .................... KSU ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Aaron Crawford 51-yard run/2nd and 1/First Down 50 .................... TAMU ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Donnie Carona field goal/Blocked 49 .................... UT .........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Adam James 49-yard reception/1st and 10/First Down 49 .................... TAMU ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Donnie Carona 49-yard field goal/Good 49 .................... TAMU ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Donnie Carona 49-yard field goal/Good 48 .................... OU ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Eric Ward reception/2nd and 7/First Down 48 .................... KSU ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Donnie Carona 48-yard field goal/Blocked 48 .................... NEV ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Seth Doege 48-yard rush/1st and 10/First Down 47 .................... KSU ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Donnie Carona 47-yard field goal/Good 47 .................... TAMU ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Ben McRoy 47-yard kickff return/First Down 46 .................... KU .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Donnie Carona 46-yard field goal/Good 46 .................... TXST ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Eric Stephens 46-yard rush/1st and 10/Touchdown 44 .................... OU ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Alex Torres reception/2nd and 10/Touchdown 42 .................... KSU ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Tramain Swindall 42-yard reception/2nd and 9/First Down 42 .................... TAMU .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Ben McRoy 42-yard kickoff return/First Down 41 .................... OU ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Ben McRoy kickoff return/First Down 41 .................... NEV ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Ben McRoy 41-yard kickoff return/First Down 41 .................... TXST ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Darrin Moore 41-yard reception/2nd and 1/First Down 40 .................... UT ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Donnie Carona 40-yard field goal/Good 40 .................... OU ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Donnie Carona 40-yard field goal/Good 40 .................... OU ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Marcus Kennard reception/ 1st and 10/First Down 40 .................... KU ..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Eric Ward 40-yard reception/1st and 25/First Down 38 .................... KUS ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Donnie Carona field goal/Blocked 37 .................... OU ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Donnie Carona 37-yard field goal/Good 37 .................... KSU ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Cornelius Douglas 37-yard reception/2nd and 1/First Down 37 .................... TAMU ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Bradley Marquez reception/1st and 10/First Down 37 .................... UNM ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Ben McRoy 37-yard kickoff return/First Down 36 .................... KU ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Cqulin Hubert 36-yard interception return/First Down 36 .................... NEV ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Ben McRoy 36-yard kickoff return/First Down 35 .................... ISU .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Marcus Kennard 35-yard reception/1st and 10/First Down 35 .................... TAMU ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Alex Torres 35-yard reception/2nd and 8/First Down 35 .................... KU .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Cornelius Douglas 45-yard reception/2nd and 8/First Down 34 .................... OU .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Adam James reception/2nd and 1/First Down 33 .................... NEV ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Ben McRoy 33-yard kickoff return/First Down 31 .................... TXST ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Ben McRoy 31-yard kickoff return/First Down 30 .................... OU ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Marcus Kennard reception/1st and 10/First Down 30 .................... OU ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Alex Torres reception/2nd and 21/Touchdown 30 .................... TAMU ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Donnie Carona 30-yard field goal/Good 30 .................... TXST .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Darrin Moore 30-yard reception/1st and 10/First Down 29 .................... UT ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Donnie Carona 29-yard field goal/Good 29 .................... TAMU .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Ben McRoy 29-yard kickoff return/First Down 29 .................... KU ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Ben McRoy 29 yard kickoff return/First Down 28 .................... NEV ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Ben McRoy 28-yard kickoff return/First Down 28 .................... UNM ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Eric Stephens 28-yard rush/2nd and 2/First Down 27 .................... ISU ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Ben McCroy 27-yard Kickoff Return/Kickoff/First Down 27 .................... ISU ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Alex Torres 27-yard reception/1st and 10/First Down 27 .................... TAMU ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Donnie Carona 27-yard field goal/Good 27 .................... TXST .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Darrin Moore 27-yard reception/1st and 10/First Down 26 .................... OSU .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... DeAndre Washington 26-yard reception/1st and 10/First Down 26 .................... UT ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................... DeAndre Washington 26 yard kickoff return/Kickoff/First Down 26... ................. KU ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Bradley Marquez 26-yard reception /2nd and 7/First Down 26 .................... NEV ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Seth Doege 26-yard rush/1st and 10/First Down 26 .................... UNM ................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Austin Zouzalik 26-yard pass to Darrin Moore/2nd and 1/Touchdown 25 .................... OU ..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Cornelius Douglas reception/3rd and 11/First Down 25 .................... KU .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Ben McCroy 25-yard kickoff return/First Down 25 .................... UNM .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Austin Zouzalik 25-yard punt return/First Down

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL LONGEST PLAYS - OPPONENT 25-PLUS YARDS Yards Opponent Play/Situation/Result 100 .................. KSU ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Tyler Lockett 100-yard kickoff return/Kickoff/Touchdown 71 .................... ISU ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Duran Hollis 71-yard rush/3rd and 1/Touchdown 69 .................... UNM ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Deon Long 69-yard reception/3rd and 10/First Down 66 .................... OSU .....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Josh Stewart 66-yard reception/1st and 10/Touchdown 67 .................... TAMU ................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Terrence Fredrick 67-yard blocked fg return/4th and 9/Touchdown 58 .................... OU ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Kenny Stills reception/ 1st and 10/Touchdown 56 .................... KU ...............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................D.J. Beshears 56-yard rush/1st and 10/First Down 57 .................... NEV ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Rishard Matthews 57-yard reception/3rd and 7/First Down 56 .................... OUS .........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................hERSCHEL, 56 .................... NEV .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Cody Fajardo 56-yard rush/1st and 15/Touchdown 55 .................... OU .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Jaz Reynolds reception/1st and 10/Touchdown 55 .................... OU .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Roy Finch rush/1st and 10/ First Down 54 .................... KU ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... D.J Beshears 54-yard reception/ 1st and 10/ First Down 51 .................... UT ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Joe Bergeron 51-yard rush/1st and 10/First Down 51 ................... KU ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Brando Bourbon 51-yard rush/2nd and 5/Touchdown 50 .................... ISU .........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Mahoney, Grant 50-yard field goal/No Good 48 .................... OSU ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Justin Blackmon 48-yard reception/3rd and 3/Touchdown 48 .................... UT .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Justin Tucker 48-yard field goal/Good 48 .................... UT .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Mike Davis 48-yard reception/2nd and 7/First Down 45 .................... TAMU .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Randy Bullock 45-yard field goal/Good 44 .................... UT .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................David Ash 47-yard rush/3rd and 4/First Down 44 .................... UNM ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................James Aho 44-yard field goal/4th and 8/Good 42 .................... ISU ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Guyer, Zach 42- yard field goal/Good 42 .................... KU ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Alex Mueller 42-yard field goal/No Good 42 .................... UNM ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................James Aho 42-yard field goal/4th and 12/Good 40 .................... ISU ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Ter’Ran Benton 40-yard Interception Return/First Down 40 .................... OU ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Terry Franks Kickoff Return/First Down 40 .................... TXST ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Will Johnson 40-yard field goal/4th and 2/Good 39 .................... OU ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Mike Hunnicutt 39-yard field goal/No Good 39 .................... UNM ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Deon Long 39-yard reception/1st and 10/First Down 38 .................... ISU ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Josh Lenz 38-yardreception/1st and 10/First Down 38 .................... TAMU ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................Nwachukwu, Uzoma 39-yard reception/3rd and 14/First Down 37 .................... UT ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Marqui Goodwin 37-yard reception/3rd and 6/First Down 36 .................... TXST ...............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Derrick Lopez 36-yard kickoff return/First Down 35 .................... KSU .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Tramain Thompson 35-yard reception/2nd and 4/First Down 34 .................... NEV ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Cody Fajardo 34-yard rush/1st and 5/First Down 33 .................... OSU ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Josh Cooper 33 yard reception/1st and 10/First Down 33 .................... ISU ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Jeremy Reeves Interception Return/3rd and 5/First Down 33 .................... TAMU .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Judie, Coryell kickoff return/First Down 32 .................... NEV ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Mike Ball 32-yard rush/1st and 10/First Down 31 .................... UT .........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Darrius White 31-yard reception/3rd and 7/Touchdown 31 .................... UT ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Marqui Goodwin 31-yard rush/2nd and 8/First Down 31 .................... OU ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Roy Finch Kickoff Return/First Down 31 .................... KSU .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Anthony Cantele 31-yard field goal/No Good 31 .................... TAMU ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Judie Coryell kickoff return /First Down 31 .................... NEV ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Anthony Martinzez 31-yard field goal/4th and 2/No Good 31 .................... UNM ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Deon Long 31-yard reception/3rd and 10/First Down 29 .................... OSU .........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Josh Cooper 29-yard reception/2nd and 8/First Down 29 .................... NEV ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Shande Anderson 29-yard reception/2nd and 13/First Down 28 .................... OSU .........................................................................................................................................................................................................................Josh Stewart 28 yard kickoff return/Kickoff Return/First Down 28 .................... OSU ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Isaiah Anderson 28-yard reception/ 1st and 10/Touchdown 28 .................... ISU ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Josh Lenz 28-yard kick return/Kickoff/First Down 28 .................... OU ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Mike Hunnicutt 28-yard field goal/No Good 28 .................... OU ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Roy Finch Kickoff Return/First Down 27 .................... OSU .....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Josh Stewart 27-yard reception/1st and 10/Touchdown 27 .................... OU .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Trey Franks Kickoff Return/First Down 27 .................... OU ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Ryan Broles recpetion/1st and 10/Fumble-recoverd by D.J. Johnson 27 .................... NEV ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Kolby Arendse 27-yard reception/3rd and 6/First Down 26 .................... UT ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Fozzy Whittaker 26-yard kickoff return/Kickoff/First Down 25 .................... OU ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Ryan Broles Punt Return/Punt Retrun/First Down 25 .................... OU ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Roy Finch Kickoff Retunr/First Down 25 .................... KSU ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Collin Klein 25-yard run/1st and 15/First Down 25 .................... KSU .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Collin Klein 25-yard run/2nd and 8/First Down 25 .................... KSU ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Tyler Locket 25-yard kickoff return/Kickoff/First Down 25 .................... KU ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Darrian Miller 25-yard reception/ 2nd and 7/First Down 25 .................... NEV ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Anthony Martinez 25-yard field goal/4th and 4/First Down 25 .................... UNM .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Deon Long 25-yard kickoff return/First Down

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL SCORING DRIVES TEXAS TECH Opponent OSU UT UT UT UT ISU OU OU OU OU OU OU OU KSU KSU KSU KSU KSU KSU TAMU TAMU TAMU TAMU TAMU TAMU TAMU TAMU KU KU KU KU KU KU KU NEV NEV NEV NEV NEV UNM UNM UNM UNM UNM UNM UNM UNM UNM TXST TXST TXST TXST TXST TXST TXST TXST

No. of Total Plays Yards 1 0 12 74 15 80 7 61 16 71 6 58 6 74 10 54 4 72 9 24 8 69 10 78 4 54 12 79 15 62 9 55 4 72 10 87 5 65 9 91 10 37 14 80 9 32 9 80 9 70 6 14 13 58 6 64 11 80 12 91 6 37 6 45 1 25 7 52 12 80 9 69 3 63 10 63 9 56 4 72 5 44 17 92 5 77 6 25 6 60 7 42 12 95 8 55 3 60 0 0 12 84 5 92 4 36 7 88 2 23 3 27

OPPONENTS Drive Type of Score Time Score Qtr/Time 0:00 TD 3rd/13:04 4:39 TD 4th/1:10 5:56 TD 3rd/3:10 3:00 FG 2nd/10:10 7:04 FG 1st/7:56 1:37 TD 2nd/8:33 3:01 TD 4th/7:38 2:44 FG 4th/14:50 1:19 TD 3rd/12:57 3:07 FG 2nd/1:26 2:01 TD 2nd/8:56 3:39 TD 2nd/11:16 1:08 TD 1st/13:52 2:41 FG 4th/2:32 3:11 FG 3rd/2:56 1:53 TD 2nd/:35 1:00 TD 2nd/3:55 2:41 TD 2nd/14:46 2:03 TD 1st/9:47 2:24 TD 4th/:31 2:25 FG 4th/9:34 3:16 TD 3rd/1:17 2:47 FG 3rd/9:10 3:24 TD 2nd/3:52 2:33 FG 2nd/9:21 2:53 FG 2nd/14:19 3:33 TD 1st/9:31 2:07 TD 3rd/2:49 3:29 TD 3rd/5:21 3:33 TD 3rd/11:23 :49 FG 2nd/7:44 1:00 TD 2nd/1:48 :29 TD 2nd/14:22 1:57 TD 1st/1:35 4:46 TD 2nd/9:32 3:17 TD 3rd/8:22 1:17 TD 3rd/4:12 3:21 TD 4th/9:39 4:13 TD 4th/:36 1:27 TD 1st/13:33 1:26 TD 1st/9:57 6:38 TD 2nd/14:24 2:12 TD 2md/10:35 2:15 TD 2nd/2:25 :48 FG 2nd/0:00 2:48 TD 3rd/10:25 5:06 TD 3rd/1:18 3:06 TD 4th/12:41 :43 TD 1st/:53 0:00 S 1st/:46 3:30 TD 2nd/7:22 1:40 TD 2nd/1:39 1:26 TD 2nd/0:00 2:00 TD 4th/11:54 :15 TD 4th/5:55 :36 TD 4th/3:27

Drive Start O37 T26 T20 T17 T17 T42 T26 T26 T28 O46 T31 T22 T46 T20 T08 T45 T28 T13 T35 H09 H49 H20 H35 H20 H20 T46 H42 T 36 T20 T09 T34 H45 H25 V48 T20 T31 T37 T37 T44 T28 N44 T08 T23 N25 T34 N42 T05 T45 H40 T01 H16 H08 T36 H12 T23 T27

Scoring Play Corelius Douglas fumble recovery Darrin Moore 1-yard reception Eric Ward 8-yard reception Donnie Carona 40-yard field goal Donnie Carona 29-yard field goal Seth Doege 8-yard rush Tramain Swindall 14-yard reception Donnie Carona 37-yard field goal Alex Torres 11-yard reception Donnie Carona 40-yard field goal Alex Torres 30-yard reception Seth Doege 1-yard rush Alex Torres 44-yard reception Donnie Carona 19-yard field goal Donnie Carona 47-yard field goal Seth Doege 1-yard run Aaron Crawford 51-yard run DeAndre Washington 7-yard run Cornelius Douglas 40-yard reception Alex Torres 20-yard reception Donnie Carona 30 yard field goal Eric Ward 5-yard reception Donnie Carona 49-yard field goal Eric Stephens 4 yard rush Donnie Carona 27-yard field goal Donnie Carona 49-yard field goal Adam James 2-yard reception Eric Ward 18-yard reception Eric Stephens 1-yard rush Eric Stephens 8-yard rush Donnie Carona 46-yard FG Jacoby Franks 13-yard reception Eric Ward 40 -yard reception DeAndre Washington 2-yard rush Eric Ward 2-yard reception Eric Stephens 10-yard run Jace Amaro 8-yard reception Eric Stephens 1-yard run Eric Ward 4-yard reception Darrin Moore 56-yard reception Darrin Moore 7-yard reception Eric Ward 1-yard reception Darrin Moore 26-yard reception Eric Stephens 4-yard run Donnie Carona 23-yard field goal Eric Ward 11-yard reception Jace Amaro 2-yard reception Ronnie Daniels 9-yard run Bradley Marquez 10-yard reception Team Safety Darrin Moore 20-yard reception Eric Stephens 46-yard run Eric Stephens 2-yard run Tramain Swindall 20-yard reception DeAndre Washington 23-yard run Eric Ward 3-yard reception

TEXAS TECH’S LONGEST (BY YARDAGE) DRIVES OF THE YEAR Opponent UNM UNM TXST TAMU KU TXST TXST KSU UNM

No. of Total Plays Yards 12 95 17 92 5 92 9 91 12 91 7 88 12 84 12 79 5 77

Drive Type of Score Time Score Qtr/Time 5:06 TD 3rd/1:18 6:38 TD 2nd/14:24 1:40 TD 2nd/1:39 2:24 TD 4th/:31 3:33 TD 3rd/11:23 2:00 TD 4th/11:54 3:30 TD 2nd/7:22 2:41 FG 4th/2:32 2:12 TD 2md/10:35

Drive Start T05 T08 H08 H09 T09 H12 H16 T20 T23

Scoring Play Jace Amaro 2-yard reception Eric Ward 1-yard reception Eric Stephens 46-yard run Alex Torres 20-yard reception Eric Stephens 8-yard rush T. Swindall 20-yard reception Darrin Moore 20-yard reception Donnie Carona 19-yard field goal Darrin Moore 26-yard reception

Opponent OSU OSU OSU OSU OSU OSU OSU OSU OSU OSU UT UT UT UT UT UT UT UT ISU ISU ISU ISU ISU ISU ISU OU OU OU OU OU OU KSU KSU KSU KSU KSU KSU TAMU TAMU TAMU TAMU TAMU TAMU TAMU KU KU KU KU KU NEV NEV NEV NEV NEV NEV UNM UNM UNM TXST TXST

No. of Total Plays Yards 12 61 3 77 5 68 8 67 10 77 O O 3 38 5 81 6 29 8 59 12 94 9 84 11 80 7 68 3 63 4 72 7 80 7 29 9 37 16 82 3 80 10 44 3 1 6 80 8 67 4 60 5 71 7 44 8 50 4 70 3 69 3 22 6 73 8 77 9 46 1 100 1 24 6 35 0 0 11 63 5 60 7 73 8 52 7 83 5 45 10 62 6 75 5 75 4 41 9 83 7 91 7 80 1 51 11 63 11 79 7 80 8 30 8 47 11 45 9 41

Drive Type of Score Time Score Qtr/Time 6:09 FG 4th/10:13 :37 TD 3rd/3:53 1:32 TD 3rd/11:32 2:39 TD 2nd/:37 3:54 TD 2nd/5:33 0:00 TD 2nd/14:33 :29 TD 2nd/14:33 1:24 TD 1st/1:42 1:24 TD 1st/5:19 3:29 TD 1st/10:52 6:37 TD 4th/5:48 3:10 TD 4th/14:53 5:54 TD 3rd/9:06 2:59 TD 2nd/1:46 :56 TD 2nd/6:56 1:31 TD 2nd/8:33 2:37 TD 2nd/13:17 3:26 FG 1st 4:24 5:19 FG 4th/4:48 8:40 TD 4th/11:08 1:12 TD 3rd/13:48 3:32 FG 2nd/5:01 :42 TD 1st/2:20 1:39 TD 1st/3:26 2:59 TD 1st/10:52 :35 TD 4th/1:10 :48 TD 4th/6:45 2:00 TD 4th/14:55 3:48 FG 3rd 6:26 1:35 TD 3rd/8:14 :54 TD 1st/13:46 1:00 TD 4th/9:52 2:56 TD 3rd/0:00 3:15 TD 3rd/11:45 4:49 TD 2nd/4:55 0:00 TD 2nd/14:32 0:00 TD 1st/14:23 1:43 TD 4th/11:59 0:00 TD 3rd/4:33 3:28 TD 2nd/:24 2:05 TD 2nd/7:16 2:23 TD 2nd/11:54 3:10 FG 1st/9:21 1:56 TD 1st/13:04 1:12 TD 4th/3:30 3:38 TD 2nd/:47 2:54 TD 1st/3:39 1:46 TD 1st/10:23 1:50 TD 1st/13:10 4:14 TD 2nd/5:18 3:35 TD 2nd/:35 3:21 TD 3rd/11:39 :10 TD 3rd/5:29 6:12 FG 4th/13:00 4:50 FG 4th/4:49 2:38 TD 2nd/7:56 3:57 FG 4th/7:42 3:31 FG 4th/1:40 6:10 FG 1st/6:30 3:35 TD 1st/1:36

Drive Scoring Start Play O19 Quinn Sharp 37-yard field goal O23 Josh Steward 66-yard reception O32 Justin Blackmon 48-yard reception O33 Joseph Randle 10-yard run O23 Josheph Randle 1-yard run T03 Josh Steward 3-yard fumble recovery T38 Isaiah Anderson 28-yard reception O19 Jost Stewart 27-yard reception T29 Joseph Randle 2-yard run O41 Justin Blackmon 2-yard reception UT6 Darius White 31-yard reception UT16 Joe Bergeron 12-yard run UT20 Joe Bergeron 5-yard run UT32 Joe Bergeron 9-yard run UT37 D.J. Monroe 12-yard rush UT28 Fozzy Whittaker 8-yard run UT20 Fozzy Whittaker 12-yard rush UT40 Justin Tucker 48-yard field goal T42 Zach Guyer 23-yard field goal ISU18 James White 1-yard rush ISU20 Duran Hollis 71-yard rush ISU32 Zach Guyer 42-yard field goal T01 Darius Darks 2-yard reception ISU20 Jeff Woody 3-yard rush ISU33 Jared Barnett 13-yard rush O40 James Hanna 22-yard reception O29 Jaz Reynolds 55-yard reception T44 Trey Millard 3-yard reception O45 Mike Honnicutt 22-yard field goal O30 Kenny Sills 58-yard reecption O31 Kenny Stills 15-yard reception T22 Collin Klein1-yard run KS27 Collin Klein 2-yard run KS23 Chris Harper 3-yard reception T46 Collin Klein 1-yard run KS00 Tyler Lockett 100-yard kickoff return KS24 Nigel Malone 24-yard INT return H35 Michael Lamothe 5-yard reception T35 Terrence Fredrick 67-yard blocked fg return T37 Ryan Tannehill 10-yard rush T40 Christine Michael 17-yard rush T27 Cyrus Gray 16-yard rush T20 Randy Bullock 45-yard field goal T17 Ryan Tannehill 19-yard rush H38 A..J. Steward 10-yard recpetion H38 Rell Lewis 19-yard reception H25 Kale Pick 0-yard fumble recovery H25 Brandon Bourbon 51-yard rush T41 James Sims 11-yard rush N17 Cody Fajardo 6-yard run N9 Kolby Arendose 16-yard reception N20 Rishard Matthews 2-yard pass N49 Cody Fajardo 56-yard run N29 Anthony Martinez 25-yard field goal N18 Anthony Martinez 21-yard field goal N20 Crusoe Gongbay 2-yard run N43 James Aho 44-yard field goal N28 James Ago 42-yard field goal T34 Will Johnson 40-yard field goal H41 Marcus Curry seven-yard run

TEXAS TECH’S QUICKEST DRIVES OF THE YEAR Opponent TXST KU TXST TXST UNM KU

No. of Total Plays Yards 2 23 1 25 3 27 3 60 6 60 6 37

Drive Type of Score Time Score Qtr/Time :15 TD 4th/5:55 :29 TD 2nd/14:22 :36 TD 4th/3:27 :43 TD 1st/:53 :48 FG 2nd/0:00 :49 FG 2nd/7:44

Drive Start T23 H25 T27 H40 T34 T34

Scoring Play DeAndre Washington 23-yard run Eric Ward 40 -yard reception Eric Ward 3-yard reception Bradley Marquez 10-yard reception Donnie Carona 23-yard field goal Donnie Carona 46-yard FG

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL THE LAST TIME IT HAPPENED Individual Kickoff Return for TD ________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Vincent Meeks at Oklahoma, 2002 (98 Yards) By Opponent: ................................................Tyler Lockett, Kansas State, 2011 (100 Yards) Punt Return for TD __________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Eric Morris at Nevada, 2008 (86 yards) By Opponent: ................................................Jordan Shipley, at Texas, 2009 (46 Yards) Blocked Punt for TD _________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Brandon Douglas vs. Indiana State, 2005 (Brandon Douglas 2-Yard Return) By Opponent: ................................................Ernie Pierce, at Kansas State 2008 (18 Yards) Interception Return for TD _____________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Jarvis Phillips vs. Texas, 2010 (87 Yards) By Opponent: ................................................Patrick Lavine, at Oklahoma State, 2009 (21 Yards) Fumble Return for TD ________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Cornelius Douglas vs. Oklahoma State, 2011 (37 Yards) By Opponent: ................................................Max Onyegbule, Kansas, 2009 (3 Yards) Non-Quarterback Threw TD Pass ________________ By Texas Tech ..............................................Austin Zouzalik at New Mexico, 2011 (26 yards to Darrin Moore) By Opponent .................................................Keshawn Martin, vs. Michigan State, 2009 (8 yards to Blair White) Blocked Punt _______________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Jonathan Brydon, at New Mexico, 2010 By Opponent: ................................................Ernie Pierce, at Kansas State 2008 Blocked Field Goal ___________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Daniel Howard vs. Michigan State (2009) By Opponent: ................................................Raphael Guidry, Kansas State (2011) Blocked Extra Point __________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Terrance Bullitt at Kansas (2011) By Opponent: ................................................N/A Blocked Field Goal for TD ______________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Aaron Hunt vs. Oklahoma State, 2000 (Lawrence Flugence 79-Yard Return) By Opponent: ................................................Dustin Harris, Texas A&M, 2011 (Terrance Frederick 65-Yard Return) 100-Yard Rushing Game _______________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Eric Stephens vs. Texas A&M, 2011 (102 Yards) By Opponent: ................................................Herschel Sims, Oklahoma State, 2011 (109 Yards) 200-Yard Rushing Game _______________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Shaud Williams vs. Colorado, 1999 (230 Yards) By Opponent: ................................................Brad Smith, Missouri, 2003 (291 Yards) 300-Yard Passing Game _______________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Seth Doege at Texas, 2011 (381 Yards) By Opponent: ................................................Landry Jones, at Oklahoma, 2010 (316 Yards) 400-Yard Passing Game _______________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Seth Doege at Oklahoma, 2011 (441 Yards) By Opponent: ................................................Brandon Weeden, Oklahoma State, 2011 (423 Yards) 500-Yard Passing Game _______________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Graham Harrell vs. Eastern Washington, 2008 (536 Yards) By Opponent: ................................................David Klingler, Houston, 1991 (533 Yards) 600-Yard Passing Game _______________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Graham Harrell at Oklahoma State, 2007 (646 Yards) By Opponent: ................................................Never Happened 100-Yard Receiving Game _____________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Alex Torres (114) vs. Kansas State (2011) By Opponent: ................................................Josh Cooper and Justin Blackmon (106 & 103), Oklahoma State (2011) 200-Yard Receiving Game _____________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Darrin Moore vs. Texas State 2011 (221) By Opponent: ................................................Justin Blackmon, Oklahoma State, 2010 (207 Yards) 60+ Yard Punt _____________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Donnie Carona vs. Houston, 2010 (63 Yards) By Opponent: ................................................Ryan Epperson ,Texas A&M, 2011 (68 Yards) 70+ Yard Punt _____________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Robert King vs. Texas A&M, 1993 (77 Yards) By Opponent: ................................................Matt Grabner, Missouri, 2010 (71 Yards) 50+ Yard Field Goal _________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Donnie Carona vs. Weber State, 2010 (52 Yards) By Opponent: ................................................Jordan Mannisto, Houston, 2009 (50 yards) Three TDs-Game ____________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Alex Torres at Oklahoma (2011) By Opponent: ................................................Joseph Randle, Oklahoma State, 2011 Four TDs-Game _____________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Baron Batch vs. Kansas, 2009 By Opponent: ................................................Vince Young, Texas, 2004 Five TDs-Game _____________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Taurean Henderson vs. Kansas State, 2005 By Opponent: ................................................KeJuan Jones, Oklahoma, 2003 Three Rushing TDs-Game ______________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Harrison Jeffers vs. New Mexico, 2009 By Opponent: ................................................Joseph Randle, Oklahoma State, 2011 Four Rushing TDs-Game _______________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Baron Batch vs. Kansas, 2009 By Opponent: ................................................Vince Young, Texas, 2004 Five Rushing TDs-Game _______________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................James Gray vs. Rice, 1989 By Opponent: ................................................Brad Smith, Missouri, 2003 Three Passing TDs-Game ______________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Seth Doege vs. Texas A&M, 2011 By Opponent: ................................................Jevan Snead, Mississippi, 2006 Four Passing TDs-Game _______________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Seth Doege at Oklahoma, 2011 By Opponent: ................................................Ryan Tannehill at Texas A&M, 2010 Five+ Passing TDs-Game ______________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Seth Doege at New Mexico, 2011 (5) By Opponent: ................................................Brandon Weeden, Oklahoma State, 2011 (5) Three Receiving TDs-Game_____________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Alex Torres at Oklahoma, 2011 By Opponent: ................................................Ryan Broyles, at Oklahoma, 2010

Team 30+ First Downs ____________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Kansas State, 2011 (32) By Opponent: ................................................Oklahoma State, 2011 (31) 40+ First Downs ____________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Sam Houston State, 2005 (40) By Opponent: ................................................Has Not Happened 400+ Yards Rushing _________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Southwestern Louisiana, 1997 (453) By Opponent: ................................................at Texas, 2011 (439) 300+ Yards Rushing _________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................UTEP, 1998 (324) By Opponent: ................................................Iowa State, 2011 (368) 50+ Rushing Attempts _______________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Missouri, 2010 (51) By Opponent: ................................................at Texas, 2011 (54) Four Rushing TDs ___________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Weber State, 2010 By Opponent: ................................................Iowa State, 2011 Five+ Rushing TDs __________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Eastern Washington, 2008 (5) By Opponent: ................................................at Texas, 2011 (6)

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL 350 Passing Yards ___________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................at Texas, 2011 (381) By Opponent: ................................................Oklahoma State, 2010 (356) 400+ Passing Yards _________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................at Oklahoma, 2011 (452) By Opponent: ................................................Oklahoma State, 2011 (454) 500+ Passing Yards _________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................vs. Kansas State, 2009 (554) By Opponent: ................................................Houston, 1991 (533) 600+ Passing Yards _________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................at Oklahoma State, 2007 (646) By Opponent: ................................................Has Not Happened 60+ Pass Attempts __________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................vs. Kansas State, 2011 (63) By Opponent: ................................................vs. Houston, 2008 (61) 70+ Pass Attempts __________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................vs. Oklahoma, 2007 (72) By Opponent: ................................................Houston, 1991 (70) 40+ Pass Completions ________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................at Texas, 2011 (40) By Opponent: ................................................Has Not Happened 50+ Pass Completions ________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................at SMU, 2007 (50) By Opponent: ................................................Has Not Happened Five+ TD Passes ____________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................at New Mexico, 2010 (6) By Opponent: ................................................Oklahoma State, 2011 (5) 500+ Yards of Total Offense ___________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................at Oklahoma, 2011 (572) By Opponent: ................................................at Texas, 2011 (595) 600+ Yards of Total Offense ___________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................at New Mexico, 2010 (624) By Opponent: ................................................Oklahoma State, 2011 (637) 700+ Yards of Total Offense ___________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................vs. Kansas State, 2009 (739) By Opponent: ................................................Has Not Happened 80+ Total Plays ____________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................at Texas, 2011 (82) By Opponent: ................................................Oklahoma State, 2011 (80) 90+ Total Plays ____________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................at Oklahoma, 2011 (96) By Opponent: ................................................Iowa State, 2011 (93) 100+ Total Plays ___________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................vs. Texas A&M, 2010 (105) By Opponent: ................................................Has Not Happened 70+ Points ________________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................vs. Northwestern State, 2007 (75) By Opponent: ................................................Has Not Happened 60+ Points ________________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................vs. Weber State, 2010 (64) By Opponent: ................................................Oklahoma State, 2011 (66) 50+ Points ________________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................at New Mexico, 2011 (59) By Opponent: ................................................at Texas, 2011 (52) 40+ Points ________________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................at Oklahoma, 2011 (41) By Opponent: ................................................Iowa State, 2011 (41) No Turnovers ______________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................at Texas (2011) By Opponent: ................................................at Texas, (2011) Two Blocked Punts __________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................at New Mexico (2010) By Opponent: ................................................N/A Safety Recorded ____________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................vs. Texas State, 2011, (Quarterback sack in the endzone) By Opponent: ................................................at Kansas State, 2004, Cumbie flagged for intentional grounding in end zone Shutout at Jones AT&T Stadium ________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................vs. Southeastern Louisiana, 2006, 62-0 By Opponent: ................................................vs. Arkansas, 1987, 31-0 Shutout on the Road _________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................at Baylor, 2005, 28-0 By Opponent: ................................................at Nebraska, 1997, 29-0 100 Rusher/100 Receiver ______________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................vs. Texas A&M, 2011 (Eric Stephens [102 rush] and Alex Torres [111 receiving]) By Opponent: ................................................Oklahoma State, (Herschel Sims [109 rushing yards] and Josh Cooper/Justin Blackmon [106/103 receiving yards]) Two 100-Yard Rushers _______________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................vs. Lamar, 1988 (James Gray [113] and Clifton Winston [105]) By Opponent: ................................................Iowa State, 2011 (James White [138] and Hollis Duran [101]) Two 100-Yard Receivers ______________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................vs. Rice, 2009 (Tramain Swindall [123] and Lyle Leong [117]) By Opponent: ................................................Oklahoma State, 2011 (Josh Cooper [106] and Blackmon [103]) Two 200-Yard Receivers ______________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................at Oklahoma State, 2007 (Michael Crabtree [237] and Danny Amendola [233]) By Opponent: ................................................Has Not Happened Three 100-Yard Receivers _____________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................vs. Kansas State, 2005 (Henderson [118], Hicks [105] and Johnson [107]) By Opponent: ................................................Has Not Happened Intercepted Five+ Passes _____________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................vs. SMU, 2008 (5) By Opponent: ................................................Oklahoma, 2003 (5) Intercepted Four Passes_______________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................vs. Clemson, 2002 By Opponent: ................................................Colorado, 2007 Under 200 Yards of Total Offense _______________ By Texas Tech: .............................................at Texas, 1999 (160) By Opponent: ................................................Southeastern Louisiana, 2006 (189) Under 150 Yards of Total Offense _______________ By Texas Tech: .............................................vs. Texas, 2010 (144) By Opponent: ................................................Northwestern State, 2007 (118) Under 100 Yards Rushing______________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Iowa State, 2011 (99) By Opponent: ................................................Texas, 2010 (93) Under 50 Yards Rushing_______________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................at Texas, 2011 (30) By Opponent: ................................................Oklahoma, 2009 (48) Negative Rushing Yards _______________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................vs Texas, 2010 (-14) By Opponent: ................................................Kansas State, 1996 (-12) No Touchdown _____________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................vs. TCU, 2006 By Opponent: ................................................at SMU, 2007 No Offensive Touchdown ______________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................vs. Oklahoma State, 2011 By Opponent: ................................................N/A Offensive Two-Point Conversion ________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................vs. Texas A&M, 2009 By Opponent: ................................................Texas, 2003 35 Minutes of Possession _____________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................vs. Missouri, 2010 (39:41) By Opponent: ................................................Iowa State, 2011 (40:00) Scored TD in Last Minute to Win ________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................vs. Nevada, 2011 (Eric Ward 4-yard reception from Doege with 36 seconds remaining) By Opponent: ................................................at Houston, 2009 Field Goal in Last Minute to Win_________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................vs. Texas A&M, 1997 By Opponent: ................................................New Mexico, 2004 Won on Two-Point Conversion __________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................vs. Texas, 1988 By Opponent: ................................................SMU, 1961

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL Jones AT&T Stadium (51,792 Attendance) September 3, 2011

GAME RECAPS

GAME ONE • Texas Tech 50, Texas State 10 SCORE BY QUARTERS Texas State Texas Tech

1 10 9

2 0 0

3 0 20

4 0 21

SCORING SUMMARY No. of Total Team Plays Yards TXST 11 45 TXST 9 41 TTU 3 60 TTU 0 0 TTU 12 84 TTU 5 92 TTU 4 36 TTU 7 88 TTU 2 23 TTU 3 27

Drive Type of Score Time Score Qtr/Time 6:10 FG 1st/6:30 3:35 TD 1st/1:36 :43 TD 1st/:53 0:00 S 1st/:46 3:30 TD 2nd/7:22 1:40 TD 2nd/1:39 1:26 TD 2nd/0:00 2:00 TD 4th/11:54 :15 TD 4th/5:55 :36 TD 4th/3:27

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

GAME TWO • Texas Tech 59, New Mexico 13

FINAL 10 50

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

TEAM STATISTICS TXST First Downs ...............................................................21 Net Yards Rushing .....................................................256 Net Yards Passing......................................................75 Completions-Attempts-Int ..........................................10-21-0 Total Offense Yards ...................................................331 Fumbles: Number-Lost................................................4-4 Penalties: Number-Yards ............................................11-88 Kickoffs-Yards ...........................................................4-305 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD..................................1-1-0 Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD.................................6-108-0 Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD....................................0-0-0 Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD ................................0-0-0 Possession Time ........................................................36:12 Third-Down Conversions ............................................5 of 15 Fourth-Down Conversions ..........................................3 of 3 Red-Zone Scores-Chances ..........................................1-2 Sacks By: Number-Yards ............................................2-19

University Stadium (20,674 Attendance) September 17, 2011

TTU 24 157 348 25-37-0 505 4-1 2-30 8-516 1-1-0 1-31-0 0-0-0 1-5-0 23:48 7 of 12 0 of 0 5-5 2-7 Scoring Play Will Johnson 40-yard field goal Marcus Curry seven-yard run Bradley Marquez 10-yard reception Team Safety Darrin Moore 20-yard reception Eric Stephens 46-yard run Eric Stephens 2-yard run T. Swindall 20-yard reception DeAndre Washington 23-yard run Eric Ward 3-yard reception

SCORE BY QUARTERS Texas Tech New Mexico

1 14 0

2 24 7

3 14 0

4 7 6

FINAL 59 13

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - Seth Doege threw for 401 yards and five touchdowns to lead Texas Tech to a 59-13 victory against New Mexico on Saturday. Doege tied a school record by completing his first 15 passes en route to finishing 40 for 44 - a 90.9 completion percentage, a national record for quarterbacks with at least 40 completions. “It’s a tribute to the entire offense,” Doege said. “The receivers caught some balls that probably shouldn’t have been caught. “I think I got hit one time, and that was my own fault because I called out the wrong blocking assignment.” Darrin Moore caught nine passes for 118 yards and three touchdowns for the Red Raiders (2-0). Eric Ward had two TD receptions. Deon Long had three catches for 139 yards for the Lobos (03), including a 69-yarder to set up their only touchdown. New Mexico has been outscored 127-26 this season. Texas Tech amassed 624 yards of offense. Two lightning delays postponed the game a total of 95 minutes. The Red Raiders built a 28-0 first-half lead behind Doege’s hot hand. After his first incompletion, he connected on his next seven passes. “It’s pretty wild for an offense to be on like that,” Texas Tech coach Tommy Tuberville said. “It all started with protection. He got hit quite a bit in the first game, but I don’t think he got hit much today. “When you are as proficient as we were today, it makes it easier on everybody.”

TEAM STATISTICS TTU First Downs ...............................................................34 Net Yards Rushing .....................................................178 Net Yards Passing......................................................446 Completions-Attempts-Int ..........................................45-50-0 Total Offense Yards ...................................................624 Fumbles: Number-Lost................................................2-1 Penalties: Number-Yards ............................................5-35 Kickoffs-Yards ...........................................................9-614 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD..................................2-33-0 Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD.................................3-58-0 Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD....................................1-0-0 Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD ................................0-0-0 Possession Time ........................................................33:15 Third-Down Conversions ............................................9 of 13 Fourth-Down Conversions ..........................................2 of 3 Red-Zone Scores-Chances ..........................................7-7 Sacks By: Number-Yards ............................................3-18 SCORING SUMMARY No. of Total Team Plays Yards TTU 4 72 TTU 5 44 TTU 17 92 TTU 5 77 UNM 7 80 TTU 6 25 TTU 6 60 TTU 7 42 TTU 12 95 TTU 8 55 UNM 8 30 UNM 8 47

Drive Type of Score Time Score Qtr/Time 1:27 TD 1st/13:33 1:26 TD 1st/9:57 6:38 TD 2nd/14:24 2:12 TD 2md/10:35 2:38 TD 2nd/7:56 2:15 TD 2nd/2:25 :48 FG 2nd/0:00 2:48 TD 3rd/10:25 5:06 TD 3rd/1:18 3:06 TD 4th/12:41 3:57 FG 4th/7:42 3:31 FG 4th/1:40

Drive Start T28 N44 T08 T23 N20 N25 T34 N42 T05 T45 N43 N28

UNM 15 109 228 10-29-1 337 2-2 8-45 4-232 0-0-0 7-141-0 0-0-0 1-3-0 26:45 5 of 15 1 of 3 2-3 0-0 Scoring Play Darrin Moore 56-yard reception Darrin Moore 7-yard reception Eric Ward 1-yard reception Darrin Moore 26-yard reception Crusoe Gongbay 2-yard run Eric Stephens 4-yard run Donnie Carona 23-yard field goal Eric Ward 11-yard reception Jace Amaro 2-yard reception Ronnie Daniels 9-yard run James Aho 44-yard field goal James Ago 42-yard field goal

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL Jones AT&T Stadium (55,664 Attendance) September 24, 2011

GAME THREE • Texas Tech 35, Nevada 34 SCORE BY QUARTERS Nevada Texas Tech

1 0 0

2 14 7

3 14 14

4 6 14

SCORING SUMMARY No. of Total Team Plays Yards TTU 12 80 NEV 9 83 NEV 7 91 NEV 7 80 TTU 9 69 NEV 1 51 TTU 3 63 NEV 11 63 TTU 10 63 NEV 11 79 TTU 9 56

Drive Type of Score Time Score Qtr/Time 4:46 TD 2nd/9:32 4:14 TD 2nd/5:18 3:35 TD 2nd/:35 3:21 TD 3rd/11:39 3:17 TD 3rd/8:22 :10 TD 3rd/5:29 1:17 TD 3rd/4:12 6:12 FG 4th/13:00 3:21 TD 4th/9:39 4:50 FG 4th/4:49 4:13 TD 4th/:36

Drive Start T20 N17 N9 N20 T31 N49 T37 N29 T37 N18 T44

GAME FOUR • Texas Tech 45, Kansas 34

FINAL 34 35

LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) - Seth Doege scrambled, looked right and found a wide open Eric Ward with 44 seconds left to rally the Red Raiders to a 35-34 win over Nevada on Saturday night. Ward caught Doege’s third TD pass of the night as the Red Raiders (3-0) came back from a 28-14 deficit midway through the third quarter. The winning score happened on a fourth-and-three. He threw touchdowns of 4, 8 and 2 yards en route to completing 26 of 38 passes for 222 yards. The Red Raiders struggled on defense, giving up 562 total yards and Nevada (1-2) capitalized. Redshirt freshman Cody Fajardo threw a 16-yard TD pass to Kolby Arendse and ran for a 56-yarder and 6-yarder for Nevada. He finished with 139 yards on 10 carries. Mike Ball also compiled 139 yards on 27 carries. Doege looked stymied as he took the snap on the final score of the game. He back-peddled to about the 17 yard line as he scanned for an open receiver in the end zone. No one in the middle. No one on the right. He looked left and saw Ward, lofting it to him in the back corner for the winning score. Fajardo and Tyler Lantrip shared quarterback duties for the Wolf Pack, but it was Fajardo who provided the spark. He put them up 28-14 when he faked a handoff to Ball and scampered along the right sideline to score. Doege found Jace Amaro for an 8-yard score to pull the Red Raiders within 28-21. Two field goals by Nevada gave the Wolf Pack a 34-28 lead before Doege led Texas Tech down the field for the winning score. Texas Tech was without its leading receiver, Darrin Moore, for most of the game. Moore left early in the first quarter after he injured his left ankle and knee on a deep incompletion. Isaiah Frey hit Moore as he tried to catch a pass. Moore, ranked No. 2 nationally in receptions per game (11) has caught 21 passes for 339 yards. He had no catches Saturday night. The Wolf Pack went up 14-7 near the end of the first half quarter when redshirt freshman quarterback Cody found a wide open Kolby Arendse on the right side of the field for a 16-yard touchdown pass. On the first play of the drive, Fajardo turned a broken play into a 34-yard gain. Three plays later, he found Arendse open in the middle of the field and he turned it into a 27-yard play. Fajardo replaced starter Lantrip midway through the second quarter and led the Wolf Pack on an 83-yard scoring drive, keeping the ball on the ground for all but one play. Fajardo scored untouched on a 2-yard run around the left side for to tie it at 7-7. Nevada held Texas Tech scoreless in the first quarter, which was a first this season for the Red Raiders. The Wolf Pack found success on the ground early while simultaneously eating clock and keeping the Red Raiders off the field. Their first scoring chance came at the end of a 14-play drive, but Anthony Martinez’s 31-yard field goal missed when he hit the right upright.

TEAM STATISTICS NEV First Downs ...............................................................26 Net Yards Rushing .....................................................312 Net Yards Passing......................................................250 Completions-Attempts-Int ..........................................15-24-0 Total Offense Yards ...................................................562 Fumbles: Number-Lost................................................1-0 Penalties: Number-Yards ............................................6-40 Kickoffs-Yards ...........................................................7-454 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD..................................2-2-0 Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD.................................5-84-0 Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD....................................0-0-0 Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD ................................0-0-0 Possession Time ........................................................32:34 Third-Down Conversions ............................................8 of 14 Fourth-Down Conversions ..........................................0 of 1 Red-Zone Scores-Chances ..........................................5-6 Sacks By: Number-Yards ............................................2-5

Memorial Stadium (39,621 Attendance) October 1, 2011

TTU 24 219 222 26-38-0 441 1-0 7-50 6-382 0-0-0 7-203-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 27:26 9 of 15 1 of 2 5-5 1-4 Scoring Play Eric Ward 2-yard reception Cody Fajardo 6-yard run Kolby Arendose 16-yard reception Rishard Matthews 2-yard pass Eric Stephens 10-yard run Cody Fajardo 56-yard run Jace Amaro 8-yard reception Anthony Martinez 25-yard field goal Eric Stephens 1-yard run Anthony Martinez 21-yard field goal Eric Ward 4-yard reception

SCORE BY QUARTERS Texas Tech Kansas

1 7 20

2 17 7

3 21 0

4 0 7

FINAL 45 34

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

TEAM STATISTICS TTU First Downs ...............................................................28 Net Yards Rushing .....................................................164 Net Yards Passing......................................................366 Completions-Attempts-Int ..........................................29-46-1 Total Offense Yards ...................................................530 Fumbles: Number-Lost................................................1-0 Penalties: Number-Yards ............................................17-154 Kickoffs-Yards ...........................................................8-512 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD..................................1-1-0 Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD.................................5-109-0 Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD....................................3-76 Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD ................................0-0-0 Possession Time ........................................................28:43 Third-Down Conversions ............................................7-of-17 Fourth-Down Conversions ..........................................2 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances ..........................................5-6 Sacks By: Number-Yards ............................................1-5 SCORING SUMMARY No. of Total Team Plays Yards KU 4 41 KU 5 75 KU 6 75 TTU 7 52 TTU 1 25 TTU 6 45 TTU 6 37 TTU 10 62 TTU 12 91 TTU 11 80 TTU 6 64 KU 5 45

KU 26 239 239 16-22-3 478 4-1 8-67 5-312 3-7-0 7-165-0 1-5-0 0-0-0 31:17 3 of 10 1 of 2 4-5 1-7

Drive Type of Score Drive Scoring Time Score Qtr/Time Start Play 1:50 TD 1st/13:10 T41 James Sims 11-yard rush 1:46 TD 1st/10:23 H25 Brandon Bourbon 51-yard rush 2:54 TD 1st/3:39 H25 Kale Pick 0-yard fumble recovery 1:57 TD 1st/1:35 V48 DeAndre Washington 2-yard rush :29 TD 2nd/14:22H25Eric Ward 40 -yard reception 1:00 TD 2nd/1:48 H45Jacoby Franks 13-yard reception :49 FG 2nd/7:44 T34 Donnie Carona 46-yard FG 3:38 TD 2nd/:47 H38 Rell Lewis 19-yard reception 3:33 TD 3rd/11:23 T09 Eric Stephens 8-yard rush 3:29 TD 3rd/5:21 T20 Eric Stephens 1-yard rush 2:07 TD 3rd/2:49 T 36 Eric Ward 18-yard reception 1:12 TD 4th/3:30 H38 A..J. Steward 10-yard recpetion

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL Jones AT&TStdium (58,416 Attendance) October 8, 2011

GAME FIVE • Texas A&M 45, Texas Tech 40 SCORE BY QUARTERS Texas A&M Texas Tech

1 10 7

2 21 13

3 7 10

4 7 10

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

GAME SIX • Kansas State 41, Texas Tech 34

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. “It seems like it’s been forever since we’ve had this feeling,” Sherman said after the 45-40 win. “We went back down memory lane a little bit and relieved some of those feelings. And we had that same feeling in there today.” Ryan Tannehill ran for two touchdowns and threw for another for the Aggies. “That feeling in the locker room makes it all worth it,” Tannehill said. “You’re in there with your closest brothers, and you’re having a good time. To me that’s the best feeling you have.” 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. Sherman said he weighted his game plan toward the run. There were 46 rushing plays and 16 passes. “I didn’t want this to be a throw-fest out there,” Sherman said. “I wanted to have some balance in running the football. It worked for us so we stayed with it.” Tannehill’s pass to Lamothe proved crucial. Doege came back and found Alex Torres on a 20-yard 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. TEAM STATISTICS TTU First Downs ...............................................................34 Net Yards Rushing .....................................................132 Net Yards Passing......................................................391 Completions-Attempts-Int ..........................................44-66-0 Total Offense Yards ...................................................523 Fumbles: Number-Lost................................................2-0 Penalties: Number-Yards ............................................9-70 Kickoffs-Yards ...........................................................8-534 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD..................................2-17-0 Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD.................................4-137-0 Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD....................................0-0-0 Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD ................................0-0-0 Possession Time ........................................................33:36 Third-Down Conversions ............................................12 of 24 Fourth-Down Conversions ..........................................2 of 3 Red-Zone Scores-Chances ..........................................6 of 6 Sacks By: Number-Yards ............................................1-3

Jones AT&TStdium (49,744) Attendance) October 15, 2011

TAMU 23 205 188 16-26-0 393 1-0 9-100 8-523 1-19-0 6-143-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 26:24 7 of 14 0 of 1 6 of 6 3-20

Drive Scoring Start Play T17 Ryan Tannehill 19-yard rush H42 Adam James 2-yard reception T20 Randy Bullock 45-yard field goal T46 Donnie Carona 49-yard field goal T27 Cyrus Gray 16-yard rush H20 Donnie Carona 27-yard field goal T40 Christine Michael 17-yard rush H20 Eric Stephens 4 yard rush T37 Ryan Tannehill 10-yard rush H35 Donnie Carona 49-yard field goal T35 Terrence Fredrick 67-yard blocked fg return H20 Eric Ward 5-yard reception H35 Michael Lamothe 5-yard reception H49 Donnie Carona 30 yard field goal H09 Alex Torres 20-yard reception

SCORE BY QUARTERS Kansas State Texas Tech

1 7 7

2 13 21

3 14 3

4 7 3

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. “They don’t do anything special,” he said. “They took advantage of their opportunities and we didn’t take advantage of ours. We had too many missed opportunities.” 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. “I want them all back,” Doege said. “All of them were pretty stupid on my part. As a quarterback one of our jobs is to protect the ball and I did a poor job of that tonight.” 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 TTU First Downs ...............................................................32 Net Yards Rushing .....................................................119 Net Yards Passing......................................................461 Completions-Attempts-Int ..........................................43-63-3 Total Offense Yards ...................................................580 Fumbles: Number-Lost................................................1-1 Penalties: Number-Yards ............................................7-62 Kickoffs-Yards ...........................................................6-418 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD..................................2-2-0 Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD.................................4-72-0 Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD....................................0-0-0 Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD ................................0-0-0 Possession Time ........................................................26:27 Third-Down Conversions ............................................6 of 14 Fourth-Down Conversions ..........................................0 of 1 Red-Zone Scores-Chances ..........................................3 of 4 Sacks By: Number-Yards ............................................1-2 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 Score Time Score Qtr/Time 0:00 TD 1st/14:23 2:03 TD 1st/9:47 2:41 TD 2nd/14:46 0:00 TD 2nd/14:32 4:49 TD 2nd/4:55 1:00 TD 2nd/3:55 1:53 TD 2nd/:35 3:15 TD 3rd/11:45 3:11 FG 3rd/2:56 2:56 TD 3rd/0:00 1:00 TD 4th/9:52 2:41 FG 4th/2:32

Drive Start KS24 T35 T13 KS00 T46 T28 T45 KS23 T08 KS27 T22 T20

KSU 16 193 146 12-18-0 339 2-0 10-78 7-475 1-2-0 3-148-1 3-37-1 0-0-0 33:33 7 of 14 0 of 1 4-5 1-7 Scoring Play Nigel Malone 24-yard INT return Cornelius Douglas 40-yard reception DeAndre Washington 7-yard run Tyler Lockett 100-yard kickoff return Collin Klein 1-yard run Aaron Crawford 51-yard run Seth Doege 1-yard run Chris Harper 3-yard reception Donnie Carona 47-yard field goal Collin Klein 2-yard run Collin Klein1-yard run Donnie Carona 19-yard field goal

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL Gaylord Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium (85,204) Attendance) October 22, 2011

GAME SEVEN • Texas Tech 41, Oklahoma 38 SCORE BY QUARTERS Texas Tech Oklahoma

1 7 7

2 17 0

3 7 10

4 10 21

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

Drive Start T46 O31 T22 T31 O46 T28 O30 O45 T44 T26 T26 O29 O40

GAME EIGHT • Iowa State 41, Texas Tech 7

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. “I’m proud of Texas Tech and all the faithful they’ve got. This team deserves to win after what they’ve been through the last few weeks.” 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 TTU First Downs ...............................................................27 Net Yards Rushing .....................................................120 Net Yards Passing......................................................452 Completions-Attempts-Int ..........................................34-53-0 Total Offense Yards ...................................................572 Fumbles: Number-Lost................................................1-0 Penalties: Number-Yards ............................................9-50 Kickoffs-Yards ...........................................................9-540 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD..................................1-22-0 Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD.................................6-100-0 Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD....................................1-0-0 Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD ................................1-2-0 Possession Time ........................................................34:59 Third-Down Conversions ............................................6 of 14 Fourth-Down Conversions ..........................................1 of 3 Red-Zone Scores-Chances ..........................................5-6 Sacks By: Number-Yards ............................................0-0

Jones AT&T Stadium (59,260 Attendance) October 30, 2011

OU 24 124 412 30-55-1 536 2-1 5-61 6-358 2-25-0 8-186-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 25:01 7 of 14 2 of 2 3-4 3-26 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

SCORE BY QUARTERS Iowa State Texas Tech

1 21 0

2 3 7

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 41-38 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 TTU First Downs ...............................................................15 Net Yards Rushing .....................................................99 Net Yards Passing......................................................191 Completions-Attempts-Int ..........................................18-38-2 Total Offense Yards ...................................................290 Fumbles: Number-Lost................................................3-1 Penalties: Number-Yards ............................................4-45 Kickoffs-Yards ...........................................................2-136 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD..................................3-8-0 Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD.................................7-141-0 Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD....................................0-0-0 Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD ................................0-0-0 Possession Time ........................................................20:00 Third-Down Conversions ............................................3 of 13 Fourth-Down Conversions ..........................................0 of 1 Red-Zone Scores-Chances ..........................................1-2 Sacks By: Number-Yards ............................................1-14 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 Score Time Score Qtr/Time 2:59 TD 1st/10:52 1:39 TD 1st/3:26 :42 TD 1st/2:20 1:37 TD 2nd/8:33 3:32 FG 2nd/5:01 1:12 TD 3rd/13:48 8:40 TD 4th/11:08 5:19 FG 4th/4:48

Drive Start ISU33 ISU20 T01 T42 ISU32 ISU20 ISU18 T42

ISU 24 368 144 14-26-0 512 3-1 4-30 8-548 1-2-0 1-28-0 2-73-0 0-0-0 40:09 11 of 22 2 of 2 5-6 0-0 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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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium (100,506 Attendance) November 5, 2011

GAME NINE • Texas Tech 20, Texas 52

SCORE BY QUARTERS Texas Tech Texas

1 3 3

2 3 3 7 28 7

4 7 14

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

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

Drive Start T17 UT40 UT20 T17 UT28 UT37 UT32 UT20 T20 UT16 UT6 T26

GAME TEN • Texas Tech 6, Oklahoma State 66 SCORE BY QUARTERS Oklahoma State Texas Tech

FINAL 20 52

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Freshman Joe Bergeron ran for 191 yards and three touchdowns and Texas used another punishing rushing performance to rout Texas Tech 52-20 on Saturday. Texas (6-2, 3-2 Big 12) is bowl-eligible after missing the postseason last year for the first time since 1997. Texas ran for 439 yards against one of the worst rushing defenses in the country. Bergeron topped 100 yards for the second week in a row and Fozzy Whittaker ran for two secondquarter touchdowns. The Longhorns completed just two passes in building a 31-6 lead by halftime. Texas Tech, which broke Oklahoma’s 39-game home winning streak two weeks ago, hasn’t looked anything like the same team in consecutive blowout losses since the big win. Seth Doege passed for 381 yards for Texas Tech. The Red Raiders (5-4, 2-4) have been outscored 93-27 the last two games. Texas played without leading rusher Malcolm Brown, sidelined with a toe injury, and leading receiver Jaxon Shipley who has a knee injury. It hardly mattered as Texas topped 400 yards rushing for the second week in a row and never punted against a Red Raiders defense that was powerless to stop anything Texas did. The Longhorns have put up impressive numbers against two of the worst rushing defenses in the country in Kansas and Texas Tech. The Red Raiders came in ranked No. 114 nationally against the run. Bergeron had 113 yards against Texas Tech by halftime. Texas scored on its first five drives of the first half and ran out the clock on the sixth. After the teams traded field goals early, Whittaker had scoring runs of 12 and 8 yards out of Texas’ “wild” formation and D.J. Monroe dashed to the end zone from 12 yards. Monroe faked Texas Tech safety Jared Flannel so well that Flannel ran into cornerback Derrick Mays, taking both defenders out of the play. For one drive, Texas Tech looked capable of pulling off another big road win. The Red Raiders took the opening kickoff and marched to the Texas 2, but a touchdown pass was nullified by a personal foul. After giving up the early field goal, the Texas defense never let Doege get comfortable, sacking him four times and hitting him several others with constant pressure. The Texas running game continues to protect freshman quarterback David Ash, who is still developing as a passer. Ash’s only three pass attempts in the first half came on play-action deep throws to receiver Mike Davis. They connected twice for 72 yards and even when Ash missed a wide-open Davis early, he followed it up with a 47-yard option run on the next play to set up a touchdown. Bergeron’s first touchdown made it 31-6 at the end of the second quarter and Texas kept pounding the Texas Tech defense in the second half. The Longhorns opened the third quarter with a 10-play drive that used just one pass in driving to Bergeron’s second score, a 5-yard run off left tackle on fourth-and-1. Bergeron’s third touchdown covered 12 yards early in the fourth quarter to make it 45-13. TEAM STATISTICS TTU First Downs ...............................................................28 Net Yards Rushing .....................................................30 Net Yards Passing......................................................381 Completions-Attempts-Int ..........................................40-55-0 Total Offense Yards ...................................................411 Fumbles: Number-Lost................................................0-0 Penalties: Number-Yards ............................................8-75 Kickoffs-Yards ...........................................................5-301 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD..................................0-0-0 Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD.................................7-131-0 Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD....................................0-0-0 Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD ................................0-0-0 Possession Time ........................................................31:06 Third-Down Conversions ............................................12 of 19 Fourth-Down Conversions ..........................................0 of1 Red-Zone Scores-Chances ..........................................4-4 Sacks By: Number-Yards ............................................1-4

Jones AT&T Stadium (57,205 Attendance) November 12, 2011

UT 28 439 156 5-9-0 595 0-0 6-55 9-587 2-32-0 3-63-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 28:54 7 of 9 1 of 1 6-6 4-28 Scoring Play Donnie Carona 29-yard field goal Justin Tucker 48-yard field goal Fozzy Whittaker 12-yard rush Donnie Carona 40-yard field goal Fozzy Whittaker 8-yard run D.J. Monroe 12-yard rush Joe Bergeron 9-yard run Joe Bergeron 5-yard run Eric Ward 8-yard reception Joe Bergeron 12-yard run Darius White 31-yard reception Darrin Moore 1-yard reception

1 21 0

2 3 28 14 0 6

4 3 0

FINAL 66 6

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

TEAM STATISTICS TTU First Downs ...............................................................16 Net Yards Rushing .....................................................101 Net Yards Passing......................................................169 Completions-Attempts-Int ..........................................25-44-1 Total Offense Yards ...................................................270 Fumbles: Number-Lost................................................2-2 Penalties: Number-Yards ............................................5-42 Kickoffs-Yards ...........................................................2-108 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD..................................1-0-0 Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD.................................3-41-0 Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD....................................0-0-0 Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD ................................1-37-1 Possession Time ........................................................27:13 Third-Down Conversions ............................................6 of 17 Fourth-Down Conversions ..........................................0 of 3 Red-Zone Scores-Chances ..........................................0-0 Sacks By: Number-Yards ............................................1-10 SCORING SUMMARY No. of Total Team Plays Yards OSU 8 59 OSU 6 29 OSU 5 81 OSU 3 38 OSU O O OSU 10 77 OSU 8 67 TTU 1 0 OSU 5 68 OSU 3 77 OSU 12 61

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

Drive Start O41 T29 O19 T38 T03 O23 O33 O37 O32 O23 O19

OSU 31 183 454 33-41-0 637 3-2 3-24 11-764 3-11-0 1-28-0 1-1-0 1-3-1 32:47 8 of 13 1 of 2 5-6 1-3 Scoring Play Justin Blackmon 2-yard reception Joseph Randle 2-yard run Jost Stewart 27-yard reception Isaiah Anderson 28-yard reception Josh Steward 3-yard fumble recovery Josheph Randle 1-yard run Joseph Randle 10-yard run Corelius Douglas fumble recovery Justin Blackmon 48-yard reception Josh Steward 66-yard reception Quinn Sharp 37-yard field goal

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL 22, JACE AMARO, TE

1, TERRANCE BULLITT, S

RECEIVING 2011

DEFENSE 2010 2011 TOTALS

2011 - 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).

G 10

REC 5

YARDS 36

Y/REC 7.2

TD 2

LONG 10

2011 - Preseason All-Big 12 second team (College Football News)... 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).

G 12 10 22

U-A-TT 15-8-23 34-9-43 49-17-66

TFL 2.0 7.0 9.0

SACK 0.0 0.0 0.0

INT 0-0 0-0 0-0

FF-FR 1-0 1-0 2-0

PBU 1 3 4

CAREER HIGHS Receptions __________________________________________________2 2x, at Kansas (2011)* Yards _______________________________________________________ 18, vs. Nevada (2011) Touchdowns ________________________________________________ 1 2x, vs. Nevada (2011)* Longest Reception ______________________________________________ 10, vs. Nevada (2011) All-Purpose Yards_______________________________________________ 18, vs. Nevada (2011) * Indicates most recent high

CAREER HIGHS Tackles _______________________________________________ 10, vs. Oklahoma State (2011) Tackles For Loss ____________________________________________ 2 2x, at Oklahoma (2011)* Sacks __________________________________________________________________ None Interceptions ______________________________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered _________________________________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

54, DARTWAN BUSH, DE

42, DANIEL COBB, LB

2011 - 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).

DEFENSE 2010 2011 TOTALS

G 7 10 17

U-A-TT 7-2-9 23-5-28 30-7-37

TFL 3.0 5.0 8.0

SACK 1.0 2.0 3.0

INT 0-0 0-0 0-0

FF-FR 0-0 4-2 4-2

PBU 1 1 2

CAREER HIGHS Tackles _______________________________________________ 5 2x, vs. Kansas State (2011)* Tackles For Loss _____________________________________________2, vs. Weber State (2010) Sacks ______________________________________________________1 3x, at Texas (2011)* Interceptions ______________________________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered ________________________________________ 1 2x, at New Mexico (2011)* * Indicates most recent high

2011 - posted six tackles (five solo), including one for a loss against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)... third on the team with six tackles (three solo) with one quarterback hurry at No. 25 Texas (11/5)... posted seven tackles (four solo) with 1.5 tackles for a loss and had one quarterback hurry against Iowa State (10/29)... recorded nine tackles (six solo) and made 2.5 tackles for a loss and forced one fumble at No. 1 Oklahoma (10/22)... made three tackles (all solo) with one tackle for a loss of four yards against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8)... recorded double-figure tackles for the first time during career with 11 tackles (five solo) at Kansas (10/1)... also had 1.5 tackles for a loss of two yards against the Jayhawks... posted two tackles (both solo) against Nevada (9/24)... assisted on three tackles at New Mexico (9/17)... made debut in season opener against Texas State (9/3).

DEFENSE 2010 2011 TOTALS

G 9 10 19

U-A-TT 2-1-3 28-19-47 30-20-50

TFL 0.0 7.5 7.5

SACK 0.0 0.0 0.0

INT 0-0 0-0 0-0

FF-FR 0-0 1-0 1-0

PBU 2 0 2

CAREER HIGHS Tackles ______________________________________________________ 11, at Kansas (2011) Tackles For Loss ______________________________________________2.5, at Oklahoma (2011) Sacks __________________________________________________________________ None Interceptions ______________________________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered _________________________________________________________ None

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL 49, DONNIE CARONA, PK

32, AARON CRAWFORD, RB

TEXAS TECH CAREER PAT RECORD BOOK WATCH - needs 4 PATs to move into a tie for 9th place (career PAT) - needs 5 PATs to move into a tie for 8th place (career PAT) - needs 15 PATs to move into 7th place (career PAT)

2011 - rushed seven times for 26 yards (3.7 avg.) against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)... carried seven times for 12 yards at No. 25 Texas (11/5)... also caught three passes for 15 yards against the Longhorns... carried seven times for 36 yards (5.1 avg.) against Iowa State (10/29)... rushed 17 times for 62 yards (3.6 avg.) at No. 1 Oklahoma (10/22)... carried 21 times for 91 yards with first rushing touchdown of the season against No. 17 Kansas State (10/15)... rushing performance (91 yards) marked the most yards rushing since freshman season in 2007 (47 yards, vs. Oklahoma)... rushed seven times for 22 yards against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8)... rushed once for eight yards in season opener against Texas State (9/3).

TEXAS TECH CAREER FIELD GOAL RECORD BOOK WATCH - needs 8 field goals to move into a tie for 10th place (career field goals) TEXAS TECH SINGLE-SEASON PAT RECORD BOOK WATCH - needs 5 PATs to move into 10th place (single-season PAT) - needs 9 PATs to move into a tie for 9th place (single-season PAT) - needs 11 PATs to move into 8th place (single-season PAT) TEXAS TECH SINGLE-SEASON FIELD GOAL RECORD BOOK WATCH - needs 1 field goal to move into a tie for 10th place (single-season field goals) - needs 2 field goals to move into a tie for 9th place (single-season field goals) - needs 3 field goals to move into a tie for 6th place (single-season field goals) - needs 4 field goals to move into a tie for 4th place (single-season field goals) - needs 5 field goals to move into a tie for 1st place (single-season field goals) - needs 6 field goals to break all-time record (single-season field goals) 2011 - enters the week with 12 field goals, marking the most by a Red Raider since 2006 (Alex Trilica, 15)... 12 field goals are the fourth most by a Red Raider since 1991... kicked off twice for 108 yards (54 avg.) against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)... made both field goals attempted (29, 40) and was 2-of-2 in PAT attempts at No. 25 Texas (11/5)... tallied five kickoffs for 301 yards with one touchback against the Longhorns... recorded two kickoffs for 136 yards (68 avg.) with one touchback against Iowa State (10/29)... was 2-of-2 in field goals (40, 37) and connected on all four PAT attempts at No. 1 Oklahoma (10/22)... kicked off nine times for 540 yards with one touchback for an average of 60 yards per kickoff against the Sooners... eight field goals (12 att.) after the first six games of the season are the most by a Red Raider in over 11 years during the first half of the regular season... was 2-of-4 in field goals (47, 19) and a perfect 4-of-4 in PAT attempts against No. 17 Kansas State (10/15)... had a 48-yard and 38-yard attempt blocked against the Wildcats... made six kickoffs for 418 yards (69.7 avg) with three touchbacks against Kansas State... tied a school record making four field goals (49, 27, 49, 30) and connected on 4-of-4 PAT attempts against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8)... marked the 10th time in Texas Tech history a place kicker made four field goals in a single game (most recent in 1998 - Chris Birkholz vs. Texas)... recorded eight kickoffs for 534 yards (66.8 avg) with one touchback against the Aggies... went 6-of-6 in PAT attempts and was 1-of-2 kicking field goals while making a 46-yard attempt and missing a 54-yard try at Kansas (10/1)... also tallied eight kickoffs for 512 yards (64.0 avg.) against the Jayhawks... went 5-of-5 in PAT attempts and kicked off six times for 403 yards (67.2 avg) with one touchback against Nevada (9/24)... recorded first field goal of the season on first attempt (23-yard FG) and connected on all eight extra points at New Mexico (9/17)... kicked off seven times (two touchbacks) for an average of 70.0 yards per attempt against the Lobos... made seven extra-points and tallied eight kickoffs averaging 64.5 yards per kick in season opener against Texas State (9/3). PUNTS 2008 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 13 13 13 10 49

PUNTS 0 3 10 0 13

YDS 0 114 475 0 589

AVG 0.0 38.0 47.5 0.0 45.3

LG 0 40 63 0 63

TB 0 0 0 0 0

I20 0 0 3 0 3

KICKOFFS 2008 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 13 13 13 10 49

NO 96 84 77 61 318

YARDS 6,361 5,451 4,937 3,958 20,707

AVG 66.3 64.9 64.1 64.9 65.1

TB 26 17 21 12 76

FIELD GOALS 2008 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 13 13 13 10 49

MADE 4 0 1 12 17

ATT 9 0 4 16 29

LONG 42 0 52 49 52

PCT 44.4 0.0 25.0 75.0 58.6

CAREER HIGHS Kickoffs _________________________________________________ 11, vs. Kansas State (2009) Kickoff Yards ____________________________________________ 673, vs. Kansas State (2009) Kickoff Average_________________________________________71.5 (2 att.), at Oklahoma (2010) Field Goals Attempts __________________________________________ 5, vs. Texas A&M (2011) Field Goals Made _____________________________________________ 4, vs. Texas A&M (2011) Longest Field Goal Made ___________________________________52 yards, vs. Weber State (2010) Field Goals Blocked ________________________________________ 1 5x, vs. Texas A&M (2011)* Punts ________________________________________________________4, vs. Houston (2010) Long Punt ____________________________________________________63, vs. Houston (2010) Punt Average _______________________________________________ 54.5, vs. Houston (2010) * Indicates most recent high

RUSHING 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 TOTALS

G 8 2 10 13 9 42

RUSH 54 8 1 19 67 149

YARDS 214 26 -1 110 257 606

Y/RUSH 4.0 3.2 -1.0 5.8 3.8 4.1

TD 4 1 0 1 1 7

LONG 29 8 0 25 51 51

CAREER HIGHS Rushes __________________________________________________ 21, vs. Kansas State (2011) Rushing Yards _____________________________________________ 91, vs. Kansas State (2011) Rushing Touchdowns ____________________________________________ 2, vs. Colorado (2007) Receptions __________________________________________________11, vs. Oklahoma (2007) Receiving Yards _________________________________________________ 82, at Baylor (2007) Receiving Touchdowns _____________________________________________ 2, at Baylor (2007) Total Touchdowns ________________________________________________ 4, at Baylor (2007) Longest Rush _____________________________________________ 51, vs. Kansas State (2011) All-Purpose Yards_____________________________________________128, vs. Oklahoma (2007) * Indicates most recent high

16, CODY DAVIS, S

2011 - Ranked Preseason No. 12 Strong Safety (Phil Steele’s College Football)...Preseason AllBig 12 second team (Athlon Sports)... Preseason All-Big 12 second team (College Football News)... Preseason All-Big 12 second team (Phil Steele’s College Football)... Preseason All-Big 12 third team (College Sports Madness)... led team making 12 tackles (10 solo), including one for a loss of two yards against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)... led team with 11 tackles (seven solo) at No. 25 Texas (11/5)... second on the team with seven tackles (six solo) and broke up two passes against Iowa State (10/29)... recorded four tackles (two solo) at No. 1 Oklahoma (10/22)... posted five tackles (all solo) against No. 17 Kansas State (10/15)... made eight tackles (all solo) and broke up one pass against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8)... led team with 14 tackles (12 solo), including one tackle for a loss of two yards, and broke up a pass at Kansas (10/1)... led team making nine tackles (six solo) at New Mexico (9/17)... made one tackle (solo) in season opener against Texas State (9/3).

DEFENSE 2009 2010 2011 TOTALS

G 12 13 9 34

U-A-TT 58-23-81 68-19-87 57-14-71 183-56-239

TFL 1.5 6.5 2.0 10.0

SACK 0.0 1.0 0.0 1.0

INT 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0

FF-FR 0-0 3-1 0-0 3-1

PBU 6 4 4 14

CAREER HIGHS Tackles _____________________________________________________ 15, at Houston (2009) Tackles For Loss ________________________________________________ 6, at Houston (2009) Sacks _____________________________________________________1, at Texas A&M (2010) Interceptions ___________________________________________________1, vs. Houston (2010) Fumbles Recovered ____________________________________________1, at Texas A&M (2010)

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL 25, BLAKE DEES, LB

2011 - 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.

DEFENSE 2011

G 7

U-A-TT 27-4-31

TFL 4.0

SACK 0-0

INT 1-0

FF-FR 2-1

PBU 0

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

30, BRETT DEWHURST, S

2011 - collected three tackles (all solo) against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)... made one tackle (solo) at No. 25 Texas (11/5)... collected two tackles (both solo), including one tackle for a loss against Iowa State (10/29)... made three tackles (all solo), broke up a pass and recovered a fumble at No. 1 Oklahoma (10/22)... collected three tackles (all solo)had one tackle (solo) against No. 17 Kansas State (10/15)... made one tackle against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8)... recorded one tackle (assisted) at Kansas (10/1)... tallied four tackles (three solo) against Nevada (9/24)... recorded four tackles (three solo) against Nevada (9/24)... collected three tackles (two solo) at New Mexico... joined teammate Justin Keown as a captain for game against the Lobos... made four tackles (all solo), including one for a loss during season opener against Texas State (9/3).

DEFENSE 2008 2009 2010 2011 TOTALS

G 12 10 13 10 45

U-A-TT 5-2-7 20-6-26 25-10-35 20-3-23 20-21-91

TFL 0.0 1.0 0.0 2.0 3.0

SACK 0-0 0-0 0.0 0.0 0.0

INT 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

FF-FR 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1

PBU 0 4 4 1 9

CAREER HIGHS Tackles ______________________________________________________9, at Colorado (2010) Tackles For Loss __________________________________________ 1 2x, vs. Texas State (2011)* Sacks __________________________________________________________________ None Interceptions ______________________________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered _____________________________________________ 1, at Oklahoma (2011) * Indicates most recent high

7, SETH DOEGE, QB

2011 - AT&T All-America Player of the Week (10/27)... Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week (10/24)... Davey O’Brien Award Semifinalist (Nation’s Top Quarterback)... Manning Award “Stars of the Week” (10/30)... Walter Camp National Player of the Week (10/23)... Manning Award “Stars of the Week” (9/25)... AT&T All-America Player of the Week (9/22)... Big 12 Conference Co-Offensive Player of the Week (9/19)... Davey O’Brien Quarterback of the Week (9/19) Honorable Mention... Capital One Cup Impact Performance Nominee... Manning Award “Stars of the Week” (9/18)... went 25-of-43 for 169 yards with an interception against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)... reached the 3,000-yard passing mark for the season at Texas which marks the ninth straight season the Red Raiders have had a QB pass for at least 3,000 yards... went 40-of-55 for 381 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions at No. 25 Texas (11/5)... 381-yards passing marked the most against Texas this season... 381-yards passing at Texas marked the 68th most by a Red Raider QB in a single-game... 381-yards passing marked the 23rd most by a Red Raider QB in a road game... went 16-of-32 for 171 passing yards with zero touchdowns and threw two interceptions against Iowa State (10/29)... scored Tech’s only touchdown of the game on an eight-yard rushing touchdown... went 33-of-52 for 441 yards with four passing touchdowns and a rushing touchdown without throwing an interception at No. 1 Oklahoma (10/22)... most passing yards ever by a Red Raider QB against Oklahoma... tied for the 32nd most passing yards ever by a Tech QB... 11th most passing yards by a Tech QB in a road game... 7th most passing yards by a Tech QB in a Big 12 road contest... has thrown for at least 400 yards in three games this season and passed for at least 300 yards in six of seven games... has thrown for at least three touchdowns in six of seven games this season... went 43-of-63 for 461 yards passing with one touchdown, three interceptions and notched first career rushing touchdown against No. 17 Kansas State (10/15)... at halftime, was 25-of-34 for 296 yards with a touchdown against the Wildcats... 461 yards passing marks the 22nd most all-time for a Red Raider quarterback in a game... 461 passing yards are the 12th most for a Tech QB in a game played in Lubbock... 461 passing yards are the 15th most by a Red Raider QB against a league opponent... notched fifth game with at least 300-yards passing and second contest with at least 400-yards passing... went 44-of-66 for 391 yards passing with three touchdowns without tossing an interception against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8)... 44 completions are the most by a Red Raider QB since Taylor Potts threw 46 completions at Texas in 2009... 66 attempts are the most by a Red Raider QB since Graham Harrell threw 72 times against No. 3 Oklahoma in 2007... 391-yards passing against the Aggies marked the fourth most ever by a Red Raider QB against A&M in Lubbock... 391-yards passing are the 61st most in a single-game in school history... 391-yards passing are the 37th most by a Red Raider QB in a game played in Lubbock... went 29-of-46 for 366 yards with three touchdowns with one interception at Kansas (10/1)... led game-winning drive in the fourth quarter to defeat Nevada 35-34 with a touchdown pass to WR Eric Ward with 36 seconds left to play... went 26-of-38 passing for 222 yards with three touchdowns without tossing an interception against the Wolf Pack (9/24)... marked the first time since 2008 Texas Tech had gone three consecutive games (vs. Texas State, at New Mexico, vs. Nevada) without throwing an INT... also ran for 83 yards on nine carries against Nevada... 83 yards rushing marked the most by a Texas Tech QB since Sept. 13, 1997 (Zebbie Lethridge, 88 yards vs. Southwest Louisiana)... posted a 48-yard run in the third quarter that marked the longest run by a Tech QB since the 1999 season opener at Arizona State (Rob Peters, 55-yard run)... had a career performance going 40-for-44 (90.1%) with 401 yards passing and five touchdowns at New Mexico (9/17)... 90.1 percent completion percentage marked a new NCAA all-time record for highest percentage of passes completed in a game (min. 40 completions)... previous record was held by former Red Raider QB Kliff Kingsbury (83.3%, 49-of-59 passing, at No. 23 Texas A&M on Oct. 5, 2002)... helped Texas Tech break the NCAA all-time team record for highest percentage of passes completed (min. 35 completions) with three Tech passers (Jacob Karam, Austin Zouzalik) combined going 45-of-50 for a 90 percent completion percentage against the Lobos... previous record held by South Carolina (vs. Mississippi State, 87%, 40-of-46 passing - Oct. 14, 1995)... completed 15 consecutive passes (first half) against New Mexico to tie an all-time school record (Taylor Potts, vs. Baylor in Cotton Bowl Stadium in 2010)... became the first Tech QB to pass for at least five touchdowns without tossing an interception since Graham Harrell (6 TD/0 INT) in 2008 against Oklahoma State (11/08) in Lubbock... became the sixth Texas Tech player to be awarded the AT&T All-America Player of the Week award (joined QB Taylor Potts, 2010; QB Graham Harrell, 2008; WR Michael Crabtree, 2008; PK Matt Williams, 2008; QB Sonny Cumbie, 2004)... made season debut passing for 326 yards on 23-of-33 passing with three touchdowns without throwing an interception in season opener against Texas State (9/3)... marked eighth consecutive year a Texas Tech QB has thrown for over 300 yards in season opener... marked first career 300-yard passing game... marked first career multi-passing touchdown performance. PASSING 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 4 2 10 16

C-A-I 38-61-0 3-4-0 319-472-7 360-537-7

PCT 62.3 75.0 67.6 67.0

YDS 369 58 3,329 3,756

YDS/GM 92.2 29.0 332.9 234.8

TD 2 0 24 26

LG 61 21 56 61

CAREER HIGHS Pass Attempts _____________________________________________ 66, vs. Texas A&M (2011) Pass Completions____________________________________________ 44, vs. Texas A&M (2011) Passing Yards ____________________________________________ 461, vs. Kansas State (2011) Passing Touchdowns __________________________________________ 5, at New Mexico (2011) Longest Pass__________________________________________________ 61, vs. Kansas (2009) Rushing Yards _________________________________________________ 83, vs. Nevada (2011) * Indicates most recent high

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL 2, CORNELIUS DOUGLAS, IR

2011 - scored Texas Tech’s only touchdown with a 37-yard fumble recovery for a TD while also making three tackles (two solo) and breaking up one pass as a DB against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)... joined teammate Tramain Swindall as a captain for game against the Cowboys... caught two passes for 11 yards against Iowa State (10/29)... made six catches for 45 yards (long 25) at No. 1 Oklahoma (10/22)... caught five passes for 99 yards with first receiving touchdown of the season against No. 17 Kansas State (10/15)... tallied a 40-yard touchdown reception which marked a career-long catch... made six catches for 24 yards against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8)... led team with 98 receiving yards on four catches at Kansas (10/1)... made four catches for 37 yards at New Mexico (9/17)... caught two passes for 15 yards in season opener against Texas State (9/3).

RECEIVING 2009 2010 2011 TOTALS

G 9 13 9 31

REC 4 20 29 53

YARDS 28 215 329 572

Y/REC 7.0 10.8 11.3 10.8

TD 0 1 1 2

LONG 12 28 40 40

13, SAM EGUAVOEN, LB

2011 - 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).

DEFENSE 2011

G 10

U-A-TT 16-3-19

TFL 1.0

SACK 0.0

INT 0-0

FF-FR 0-0

PBU 0

CAREER HIGHS Receptions ________________________________________________ 6 2x, at Oklahoma (2011)* Yards ___________________________________________________ 99, vs. Kansas State (2011) Touchdowns __________________________________________ 1 3x, vs. Oklahoma State (2011)* Longest Reception __________________________________________ 40, vs. Kansas State (2011) All-Purpose Yards___________________________________________ 99, vs. Kansas State (2011) * Indicates most recent high

CAREER HIGHS Tackles ______________________________________________________ 8, vs. Nevada (2011) Tackles For Loss ________________________________________________ 1, vs. Nevada (2011) Sacks __________________________________________________________________ None Interceptions ______________________________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered _________________________________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

26, RYAN ERXLEBEN, P

8, JACOBY FRANKS, WR

2011 - 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.

PUNTS 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 11 0 10 21

PUNTS 43 0 45 88

YDS 1,756 0 1,844 3,600

AVG 40.8 0.0 41.0 40.9

LG 55 0 55 55

TB 5 0 4 9

I20 17 0 15 32

CAREER HIGHS Punts ______________________________________________________9, vs. Iowa State (2011) Punt Average ________________________________________________ 46.4, at Houston (2009) Inside the 20 ___________________________________________________ 5, vs. Kansas (2009) Long Punt _______________________________________________55 2x, vs. Iowa State (2011)* * Indicates most recent high

2011 - caught four passes for 13 yards against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)... recorded three catches for 14 yards at No. 25 Texas (11/5)... caught nine passes for 63 yards (long 21) against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8)... made three catches for 29 yards with a touchdown at Kansas (10/1)... marked first receiving touchdown since 2009 season’s Alamo Bowl against Michigan State... caught five passes for 54 yards against Nevada (9/24)... posted two catches for 34 yards at New Mexico (9/17)... made season debut in season opener against Texas State (9/3).

RECEIVING 2008 2009 2010 2011 TOTALS

G 11 11 7 9 38

REC 6 26 25 26 83

YARDS 58 313 254 207 832

Y/REC 9.7 12.0 10.2 8.0 10.0

TD 0 2 0 1 3

LONG 14 72 30 21 72

CAREER HIGHS Receptions _________________________________________________ 9, vs. Texas A&M (2011) Yards ___________________________________________________ 99, vs. Kansas State (2009) Touchdowns _________________________________________________1 3x, at Kansas (2011)* Longest Reception __________________________________________ 72, vs. Kansas State (2009) All-Purpose Yards___________________________________________ 99, vs. Kansas State (2009) * Indicates most recent high

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL 51, CQULIN HUBERT, LB

2011 - made five tackles (two solo) at No. 25 Texas (11/5)... recorded five tackles (three solo) against Iowa State (10/29)... made two tackles (one solo) with 0.5 tackles for a loss and broke up a pass at No. 1 Oklahoma (10/22)... collected three tackles (all solo), with one tackle for a loss of three yards and led team with two quarterback hurries against No. 17 Kansas State (10/15)... made five tackles (all solo) with two tackles for a loss of six yards against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8)... had a career game with nine tackles (seven solo), one sack, two tackles for a loss, one forced fumble and an interception at Kansas (10/1)... sack and interception were the first of his career... became the seventh Red Raider since 2000 with an interception and sack in the same game... is the first Tech player with a sack and INT in the same game since Scott Smith agianst Texas in 2010... third on the team making five tackles (one solo) at New Mexico (9/17)... made first career start making two tackles (both solo) in season opener against Texas State (9/3).

DEFENSE 2010 2011 TOTALS

G 9 10 19

U-A-TT 12-19-31 24-12-36 36-31-67

TFL 2.0 5.5 7.5

SACK 0.0 1.0 1.0

INT 0-0 1-36 1-36

FF-FR 0-0 1-0 1-0

PBU 0 1 1

91, KERRY HYDER, DE

2011 - 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).

DEFENSE 2010 2011 TOTALS

G 11 10 21

U-A-TT 6-7-13 24-7-31 30-14-44

TFL 3.5 4.5 8.0

SACK 2.0 1.0 3.0

INT 0-0 0-0 0-0

FF-FR 2-0 1-0 3-0

PBU 2 4 6

CAREER HIGHS Tackles _________________________________________________ 13, vs. Northwestern (2010) Tackles For Loss __________________________________________ 2 2x, vs. Texas A&M (2011)* Sacks ________________________________________________________ 1, at Kansas (2011) Interceptions ____________________________________________________ 1, at Kansas (2011) Fumbles Recovered _________________________________________________________ None

CAREER HIGHS Tackles _______________________________________________________ 7, at Kansas (2011) Tackles For Loss ________________________________________________ 2, vs. Nevada (2011) Sacks ____________________________________________________ 1 3x, vs. Nevada (2011)* Interceptions ______________________________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered _________________________________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

82, ADAM JAMES, IR

12, D.J. JOHNSON, DB

2011 - recorded five catches for a team-leading 95 yards at No. 25 Texas (11/5)... caught two passes for eight yards against Iowa State (10/29)... career day with five catches for 75 yards at No. 1 Oklahoma (10/22)... made three receptions for 34 yards against No. 17 Kansas State (10/15)... caught four passes for 28 yards and caught a touchdown against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8)... made debut in season opener against Texas State (9/3).

RECEIVING 2008 2009 2010 2011 TOTALS

G 13 12 9 10 44

REC 15 17 2 19 53

YARDS 159 154 26 240 579

Y/REC 10.6 9.1 13.0 12.6 10.9

TD 1 1 0 1 3

LONG 22 20 14 49 49

CAREER HIGHS Receptions ___________________________________________________5 2x, at Texas (2011)* Yards _________________________________________________________95, at Texas (2011) Touchdowns _____________________________________________ 1 3x, vs. Texas A&M (2011)* Longest Reception _______________________________________________ 49, at Texas (2011)* All-Purpose Yards_________________________________________________95, at Texas (2011) * Indicates most recent high

2011 - made eight tackles (seven solo) against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)... second on the team with 10 tackles (six solo) at No. 25 Texas (11/5)... notched four tackles (two solo) against Iowa State (10/29)... recorded five tackles (three solo) and forced one fumble at No. 1 Oklahoma (10/22)... made three tackles (all solo) against No. 17 Kansas State (10/15)... led team with nine tackles (all solo) and broke up three passes against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8)... made three tackles (one solo) with two interceptions (40 return yards) at Kansas (10/1)... interceptions came on back-to-back Kansas possessions in the second quarter... first Red Raider with two interceptions in a game since Jarvis Phillips posted two against No. 4 Texas in 2010... led team making 13 tackles (11 solo) against Nevada (9/24)... posted 10 tackles during the first half marking the most tackles by a Red Raider in the first half since Marlon Williams also made 10 at Texas A&M on Oct. 10, 2008... marked the most tackles by a Red Raider since Bront Bird tallied 14 (13 solo) against Oklahoma State on Oct. 16, 2010... recovered one fumble and made a tackle (solo) at New Mexico (9/17)... made season debut leading team with nine tackles (all solo) against Texas State (9/3).

DEFENSE 2009 2010 2011 TOTALS

G 12 12 10 34

U-A-TT 22-2-24 37-6-43 52-13-65 111-21-132

TFL 0.0 2.0 0.0 2.0

SACK 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

INT 1-7 3-44 2-40 6-91

FF-FR 1-0 0-0 1-1 2-1

PBU 7 4 3 14

CAREER HIGHS Tackles _____________________________________________________ 13, vs. Nevada (2011) Tackles For Loss ______________________________________________1 2x, vs. Baylor (2010)* Sacks __________________________________________________________________ None Interceptions ____________________________________________________ 2, at Kansas (2011) Fumbles Recovered ___________________________________________ 1, at New Mexico (2011) * Indicates most recent high

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL 3, JACOB KARAM, QB

2011 - entered the game in the fourth quarter and made one pass attempt (incomplete) against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)... played during fourth quarter against Iowa State (10/29) making two completions on six passes for 20 yards... played majority of the fourth quarter in a back-up role at quarterback while completing 4-of-5 passes for 19 yards (12 long) at New Mexico (9/17)... made season debut in a backup role while going 2-of-4 passing with 22 yards and one touchdown in season opener against Texas State (9/3)... outing marked second career game played.

PASSING 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 1 4 5

C-A-I 0-1-0 8-16-0 8-17-0

PCT 0.0 53.3 50.0

YDS 0 61 61

YDS/GM 0.0 20.3 15.2

TD 0 1 1

LG 0 19 19

88, MARCUS KENNARD, WR

2011 - caught one pass for 35 yards against Iowa State (10/29)... tallied three catches for 75 yards at No. 1 Oklahoma (10/22)... made three catches for 25 yards against No. 17 Kansas State (10/15)... caught one pass for 17 yards against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8)... made one catch for 12 yards at Kansas (10/1)... caught first career pass for seven yards against Nevada (9/24)... made career debut in season opener against Texas State (9/3).

RECEIVING 2011

G 9

REC 10

YARDS 171

Y/REC 17.1

TD 0

LONG 40

CAREER HIGHS Pass Attempts _______________________________________________6, vs. Iowa State (2011) Pass Completions_____________________________________________ 4, at New Mexico (2011) Passing Yards ______________________________________________ 22, vs. Texas State (2011) Passing Touchdowns __________________________________________ 1, vs. Texas State (2011) Longest Pass_______________________________________________ 19, vs. Texas State (2011) * Indicates most recent high

CAREER HIGHS Receptions ________________________________________________ 3 2x, at Oklahoma (2011)* Yards ______________________________________________________75, vs. Oklahoma (2011) Touchdowns ______________________________________________________________ None Longest Reception _____________________________________________40, vs. Oklahoma (2011) All-Purpose Yards______________________________________________75, vs. Oklahoma (2011) * Indicates most recent high

98, DONALD LANGLEY, DT

11, LEON MACKEY, DE

2011 - made one tackle (solo) against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)... recorded three tackles (all solo) against Iowa State (10/29)... posted five tackles (all solo) against No. 17 Kansas State (10/15)... tallied two tackles (both solo) with a tackle for a loss of five yards against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8)... collected four tackles (two solo) with 0.5 tackles for a loss at Kansas (10/1)... made four tackles (all solo) against Nevada (9/24)... posted one tackle (solo) at New Mexico (9/17)... made season debut making one tackle (solo) in season opener against Texas State (9/3)... joined teammate Mickey Okafor as team captains against the Bobcats.

DEFENSE 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 13 9 22

U-A-TT 9-5-14 19-2-21 28-7-35

TFL 0.0 1.5 1.5

SACK 0.0 0.0 0.0

INT 0-0 0-0 0-0

FF-FR 0-1 0-0 0-1

PBU 0 0 0

CAREER HIGHS Tackles __________________________________________________ 5, vs. Kansas State (2011) Tackles For Loss _____________________________________________ 1, vs. Texas A&M (2011) Sacks __________________________________________________________________ None Interceptions ______________________________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered _____________________________________________ 1, vs. Missouri (2010) * Indicates most recent high

2011 - recorded two tackles (one solo) and forced one fumble against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)... made three tackles (two solo) at No. 25 Texas (11/5)... recorded six tackles (four solo) with one tackle for a loss against Iowa State (10/29)... made one tackle (solo and for a loss) against No. 17 Kansas State (10/15)... made two tackles (both solo) against Texas A&M (10/8)... recorded one tackle for a loss of four yards and notched four tackles (three solo) at Kansas (10/1)... made career debut while making first career start at right end and tallied four tackles (all solo) in season opener against Texas State (9/3).

DEFENSE 2011

G 8

U-A-TT 17-5-22

TFL 3.0

SACK 0.0

INT 0-0

FF-FR 1-0

PBU 0

CAREER HIGHS Tackles ____________________________________________________6, vs. Iowa State (2011) Tackles For Loss ___________________________________________1 3x, vs. Iowa State (2011)* Sacks __________________________________________________________________ None Interceptions ______________________________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered _________________________________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL 4, BRADLEY MARQUEZ, ATH

2011 - 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.

RECEIVING 2011

G 10

REC 19

YARDS 183

Y/REC 9.6

TD 1

LONG 37

KICK RETURNS G 2011 10

RET 4

YARDS 79

Y/RET 19.8

TD 0

LONG 24

CAREER HIGHS Receptions ____________________________________________ 4 2x, vs. Oklahoma State (2011) Yards _______________________________________________________ 55, at Kanasas (2011) Touchdowns ________________________________________________ 1, vs. Texas State (2011) Longest Reception ___________________________________________ 37, vs. Texas A&M (2011) Kickoff Returns _____________________________________________ 3, vs. Kansas State (2011) Kickoff Return Yards ________________________________________ 58, vs. Kansas State (2011) All-Purpose Yards___________________________________________ 58, vs. Kansas State (2011) * Indicates most recent high

14, DARRIN MOORE, WR

2011 - Biletnikoff Award Watch List (Nation’s Top WR)... caught three passes for 21 yards against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)... made six receptions for 34 yards with a touchdown at No. 25 Texas (11/5)... first touchdown reception since Week 2 at New Mexico... caught one pass for 11 yards against Iowa State (10/29)... returned from an ankle injury making one catch for four yards at No. 1 Oklahoma (10/22)... caught nine passes for 118 yards and scored three touchdowns at New Mexico (9/17)... marked first career multiple touchdown game... marked the first time a Tech player caught three touchdowns in the first half since Sept. 22, 2007 (Michael Crabtree, at Oklahoma State)... became the first Red Raider with at least 100 yards receiving in the first half since the 2010 season opener (Lyle Leong, 8 catches, 100 yards vs. SMU)... made season debut with a career performance with 12 receptions for 221 yards and one touchdown in season opener against Texas State (9/3)... marked the most receiving yards ever by a Texas Tech receiver in a season opener... 12 catches ranks tied for ninth all-time in school single-game history... most receptions in a game by a Red Raider since Michael Crabtree caught 12 passes against Oklahoma on Nov. 17, 2007, in Lubbock... 221 yards receiving ranks 10th all-time in school single-game history... most receiving yards in a game by a Red Raider since Michael Crabtree (237 yards) and Danny Amendola (233) both entered the record books against Oklahoma State in Stillwater, Okla., on Sept. 22, 2007... 221 yards were the most by any receiver in NCAA College Football (FBS or FCS) during Week 1.

RECEIVING 2010 2011 TOTALS

G 12 7 19

REC 15 32 47

YARDS 117 409 526

Y/REC 7.8 12.8 11.2

TD 1 5 6

LONG 19 56 56

CAREER HIGHS Receptions ________________________________________________ 12, vs. Texas State (2011) Yards ___________________________________________________ 221, vs. Texas State (2011) Touchdowns ________________________________________________ 3, at New Mexico (2011) Longest Reception ___________________________________________ 56, at New Mexico (2011) All-Purpose Yards___________________________________________ 221, vs. Texas State (2011) * Indicates most recent high

4, DERRICK MAYS, CB 2011

- 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).

DEFENSE 2010 2011 TOTALS

G 8 8 16

U-A-TT 8-3-11 13-1-14 21-4-25

TFL 0.0 1.0 0.0

SACK 0.0 0.0 0.0

INT 0-0 0-0 0-0

FF-FR 0-0 0-0 0-0

PBU 2 1 3

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

21, JARVIS PHILLIPS, DB

2011 - Ranked Preseason No. 60 Cornerback (Phil Steele’s College Football)... recorded one tackle (solo) against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)... made four tackles (two solo) at No. 25 Texas (11/5)... made five tackles (all solo) and broke up one pass against Iowa State (10/29)... had one tackle (solo) and broke up one pass against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8)... broke up one pass and made three tackles (all solo) against Nevada (9/24)... made season debut making one tackle (solo) in season opener against Texas State (9/3).

DEFENSE 2010 2011 TOTALS

G 13 10 23

U-A-TT 44-13-57 13-2-15 57-15-72

TFL 1.0 0.0 1.0

SACK 0.0 0.0 0.0

INT 4-114 0-0 4-114

FF-FR 0-0 0-0 0-0

PBU 10 3 13

CAREER HIGHS Tackles _______________________________________________________ 8, vs. Baylor (2010) Tackles For Loss __________________________________________ 1, vs. Oklahoma State (2010) Sacks __________________________________________________________________ None Interceptions ____________________________________________________ 2, vs. Texas (2010) INT Returned for Touchdowns ________________________________________ 1, vs. Texas (2010) * Indicates most recent high

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL 23, BEN McROY, ATH

5, TRE’ PORTER, CB

TEXAS TECH SINGLE-SEASON KICKOFF YARDAGE RECORD BOOK WATCH - needs 105 yards to move into 2nd place (single-season yardage) - needs 353 yards to move into 1st place (single-season yardage)

2011 - Preseason All-Big 12 second team (Lindy’s)... 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).

TEXAS TECH SINGLE-SEASON KICKOFF RETURN RECORD BOOK WATCH - needs 3 returns to move into 2nd place (single-season returns) - needs 15 returns to move into 1st place (single-season returns) TEXAS TECH CAREER KICKOFF YARDAGE RECORD BOOK WATCH - needs 28 yards to move into 8th place (career yardage) - needs 103 yards to move into 7th place (career yardage) - needs 159 yards to move into 6th place (career yardage) - needs 163 yards to move into 5th place (career yardage) - needs 305 yards to move into 4th place (career yardage) TEXAS TECH CAREER KICKOFF RETURN RECORD BOOK WATCH - needs 4 returns to move into 8th place (career returns) - needs 7 returns to move into 7th place (career returns) - needs 10 returns to move into 6th place (career returns) - needs 14 returns to move into 5th place (career returns) - needs 16 returns to move into 4th place (career returns) 2011 - Big 12 Conference Special Teams Player of the Week (9/26)... made two kickoff returns for 20 yards against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)... returned five kickoffs for 89 yards against Iowa State (10/29)... made four kick returns for 79 yards (41 long) at No. 1 Oklahoma (10/22)... caught one pass for 14 yards and returned one kickoff for 14 yards against No. 17 Kansas State (10/15)... made three kick returns for 118 yards (long 47) against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8)... made five kick returns for 109 yards (long 29) at Kansas (10/1)... set a school record with 203 kickoff return yards and tied a school record with seven kickoff returns against Nevada (9/24)... best return came in the fourth quarter with 4:50 on the clock with a 41-yard return that led to the game-winning touchdown with 36 seconds left to go up 35-34, which was the final score... kickoffs for 56 yards (long 37) while catching one pass and rushing once for nine yards at New Mexico (9/17)... made one kick return for 31 yards in season opener against Texas State (9/3).

DEFENSE 2010 2011 TOTALS

G 13 7 20

U-A-TT 61-15-76 21-3-24 82-18-100

TFL 4.0 0.0 4.0

SACK 0.0 0.0 0.0

INT 1-13 1-0 2-13

FF-FR 0-0 1-0 1-0

PBU 6 2 8

CAREER HIGHS Tackles ______________________________________________________ 12, vs. Baylor (2010) Tackles For Loss _________________________________________1 4x, vs. Northwestern (2010)* Sacks __________________________________________________________________ None Interceptions _______________________________________________ 1 2x, at Oklahoma (2011)* Fumbles Recovered ____________________________________________1, vs. Iowa State (2011) * Indicates most recent high

43, JACKSON RICHARDS, DE

RUSHING 2010 2011 TOTALS

G 12 9 21

RUSH 22 1 23

YARDS 149 9 158

Y/RUSH 6.8 9.0 6.9

TD 2 0 2

LONG 39 9 39

RECEIVING 2010 2011 TOTALS

G 12 9 21

REC 2 2 4

YARDS 7 11 18

Y/REC 3.5 5.5 4.5

TD 0 0 0

LONG 6 14 14

KICK RETURNS 2010 2011 TOTALS

G 12 9 21

RET 4 30 34

YARDS 78 719 797

Y/RET 19.5 24.0 23.4

TD 0 0 0

LONG 25 47 47

ALL PURPOSE 2010 2011 TOTALS

G 12 9 21

RUSH 149 9 158

REC 7 11 18

PR 0 0 0

KR 78 719 797

IR 0 0 0

TOTAL 234 719 973

2011 - 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).

AVG/G 19.5 82.1 46.3

CAREER HIGHS Rushes ____________________________________________________8, vs. Weber State (2010) Rushing Yards ______________________________________________ 76, vs. Weber State (2010) Rushing Touchdowns __________________________________________2, vs. Weber State (2010) Receptions _____________________________________________ 1 4x, vs. Kansas State (2011)* Receiving Yards ____________________________________________ 14, vs. Kansas State (2011) Receiving Touchdowns _______________________________________________________ None Total Touchdowns ____________________________________________2, vs. Weber State (2010) Longest Rush ______________________________________________ 39, vs. Weber State (2010) Longest Reception _________________________________________________ 1, vs. SMU (2010) Kickoff Returns _________________________________________________ 7, vs. Nevada (2011) Kickoff Return Yards ___________________________________________ 203, vs. Nevada (2011) All-Purpose Yards______________________________________________ 203, vs. Nevada (2011) * Indicates most recent high

DEFENSE 2011

G 10

U-A-TT 12-3-15

TFL 1.5

SACK 1.0

INT 0-0

FF-FR 1-0

PBU 1

CAREER HIGHS Tackles ____________________________________________________4 2x, at Kansas (2011)* Tackles For Loss _____________________________________________ 1, at New Mexico (2011) Sacks ____________________________________________________ 1, at New Mexico (2011) Interceptions ______________________________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered _________________________________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL 8, DELVON SIMMONS, DL

2011 - made two tackles (both solo) against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)... recorded one tackle (solo) at No. 25 Texas (11/5)... made two tackles (both solo) against Iowa State (10/29)... recorded one tackle (solo) at No. 1 Oklahoma (10/22)... made one tackle (solo) against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8)... collected one tackle (solo) at Kansas (10/1)... made career debut with five tackles (two solo), one sack and 1.5 tackles for a loss at New Mexico (9/17).

DEFENSE 2011

G 8

U-A-TT 10-3-13

TFL 1.5

SACK 1.0

INT 0-0

FF-FR 0-0

PBU 0

CAREER HIGHS Tackles ___________________________________________________ 5, at New Mexico (2011) Tackles For Loss ____________________________________________ 1.5, at New Mexico (2011) Sacks ____________________________________________________ 1, at New Mexico (2011) Interceptions ______________________________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered _________________________________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

94, SCOTT SMITH, DE

2011 - posted one tackle, a sack for a loss of 10 yards against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)... made three tackles (two solo) at No. 25 Texas (11/5)... collected six tackles (five solo) with 0.5 tackles for a loss with one quarterback hurry against Iowa State (10/29)... made two tackles (both solo) and had one quarterback hurry at No. 1 Oklahoma (10/22)... recorded five tackles (all solo) with two tackles for a loss of three yards, one sack, forced one fumble and broke up one pass against No. 17 Kansas State (10/15)... made season debut with four tackles (all solo) with two tackles for a loss of eight yards, tallied one sack and forced one fumble against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8).

DEFENSE 2010 2011 TOTALS

G 4 6 10

U-A-TT 10-4-14 19-2-21 19-6-35

TFL 4.0 5.5 9.5

SACK 3.0 3.0 6.0

INT 1-0 0-0 1-0

FF-FR 2-1 2-0 4-1

PBU 0 1 1

CAREER HIGHS Tackles _________________________________________________6 2x, vs. Iowa State (2011)* Tackles For Loss _________________________________________________ 3, vs. Texas (2010) Sacks ________________________________________________________ 2, vs. Texas (2010) Interceptions ____________________________________________________ 1, vs. Texas (2010) Fumbles Recovered ___________________________________________ 1, at New Mexico (2010) * Indicates most recent high

24, ERIC STEPHENS, RB

TEXAS TECH CAREER KICK RETURN RECORD BOOK - 1st place - career returns (76) - 1st place - career yardage (1,894, 76 returns) TEXAS TECH CAREER YARDAGE RECORD BOOK WATCH - needs 1 yard to move into 7th place (career yardage) 2011 - Paul Hornung Award Watch List (Nation’s Most Versatile Player)... Ranked Preseason No. 37 Running Back (Phil Steele’s College Football)... All-Big 12 first team (Athlon Sports)... Preseason All-Big 12 second team (College Sports Madness)... Preseason All-Big 12 second team (Lindy’s)... Preseason All-Big 12 third team (Phil Steele’s College Football)... Preseason All-Big 12 second team (Rivals)... ruled out for the remainder of the season after a dislocated left knee injury against Texas A&M (10/8)... suffered a left-knee injury against No. 24 Texas A&M with less than two minutes to play in the third quarter on an incomplete pass from QB Seth Doege on the Aggies 5-yard line (10/8)... moved into a tie for seventh place on the Texas Tech career yardage list with 3,839 yards (Danny Amendola, 2,839 - 2004-07)... five career 100-yard rushing performances (four this season)... four multiple rushing touchdown games (three this season)... tallied more yards rushing (570) and more attempts (109) during the first five games than any Texas Tech RB since 1998 (Ricky Williams, 169 att./929 yards in 1998)... eight rushing touchdowns during first five games are more than Red Raiders as a team scored in 2010 (7)... has scored at least one touchdown in seven consecutive games dating back to last season... is the first Texas Tech RB to run for at least one TD in seven consecutive games since Shannon Woods finished the 2006 season with rushing TDs in final two games and then started 2007 season with a rushing touchdown in each of the first five games... carried 22 times for 102 yards with a rushing touchdown and caught two passes for 12 yards against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8)... rushed 26 times for 124 yards with two rushing touchdowns at Kansas (10/1)... carried 26 times for 134 yards (5.2 avg) with two rushing touchdowns against Nevada (9/24)... also caught three passes for 30 yards against the Wolf Pack... averaged 6.6 yards on 14 carries for 92 yards (28 long) with one rushing touchdown at New Mexico (9/17)... tallied 77 yards rushing on 11 carries in the first half alone, marking the most rushing yards by a Red Raider at halftime since Sept. 20, 2008 (Shannon Woods, 6 carries-80 yards vs UMass)... made season debut rushing 21 times for 118 yards (5.6 avg.) with two rushing touchdowns in season opener against Texas State (9/3)... became the first Red Raider to rush for 100 yards in a season opener since 2006 (Shannon Woods, vs. SMU - 15 carries, 104 yards)... marked back-to-back games (vs. Northwestern - TicketCity Bowl) rushing for at least 100 yards... became the first Texas Tech player to rush for 100 yards in back-to-back games since 2005 (Taurean Henderson)... marked second career 100-yard rushing performance.

RUSHING 2009 2010 2011 TOTALS

G 13 13 5 31

RUSH 49 127 109 285

YARDS 254 668 570 1,492

Y/RUSH 5.2 5.3 5.2 5.2

TD 2 6 8 16

LONG 30 86 46 86

RECEIVING 2009 2010 2011 TOTALS

G 13 13 5 31

REC 14 33 15 62

YARDS 113 212 128 453

Y/REC 8.1 6.4 8.5 7.3

TD 1 2 0 3

LONG 34 19 18 34

KICK RETURNS 2009 2010 2011 TOTALS

G 13 13 5 31

RET 32 44 0 76

YARDS 823 1,071 0 1,894

Y/RET 25.7 24.3 0.0 24.9

TD 0 0 0 0

LONG 64 93 0 93

ALL PURPOSE 2009 2010 2011 TOTALS

G 13 13 5 31

RUSH 254 668 570 1,492

REC 113 212 128 453

PR 0 0 0 0

KR 823 1,071 0 1,894

IR 0 0 0 0

TOTAL 1,190 1,951 698 3,839

AVG/G 91.5 150.1 139.6 123.8

CAREER HIGHS Rushes ____________________________________________________ 26 2x, at Kansas (2011)* Rushing Yards ________________________________________________ 134, vs. Nevada (2011) Rushing Touchdowns ___________________________________________2 3x, at Kansas (2011)* Receptions ______________________________________________ 7 2x, at New Mexico (2011)* Receiving Yards _____________________________________________ 63, at New Mexico (2011) Receiving Touchdowns __________________________________________ 2, at Iowa State (2010) Total Touchdowns _____________________________________________2 4x, at Kansas (2011)* Longest Rush _____________________________________________ 86, vs. Northwestern (2010) Longest Reception ________________________________________________ 34, vs. Rice (2009) Kickoff Returns ___________________________________________________7, at Texas (2009) Kickoff Return Yards _____________________________________________ 182, at Texas (2009) Longest Kickoff Return ________________________________________ 93, at New Mexico (2010) All-Purpose Yards___________________________________________ 264, at New Mexico (2010) * Indicates most recent high

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL 11, TRAMAIN SWINDALL, WR

2011 - joined teammate Cornelius Douglas as a captain for game against Oklahoma State (11/12)... only reception against No. 1 Oklahoma resulted in a 14-yard touchdown catch to give Tech a 4124 lead in the fourth quarter with 3:01 to play in the game (10/22)... caught four passes for 56 yards against No. 17 Kansas State (10/15)... joined senior David Neill as a team captain against the Wildcats... caught one pass for four yards at Kansas (10/1)... made one catch for eight yards against Nevada (9/24)... caught three passes for 26 yards at New Mexico (9/14)... made season debut catching a touchdown on only reception, a 20-yard TD catch from quarterback Seth Doege, in the fourth quarter of the season opener against Texas State (9/3).

RECEIVING 2008 2009 2010 2011 TOTALS

G 13 12 13 10 48

REC 46 55 33 11 145

YARDS 561 694 271 128 1,654

Y/REC 12.2 12.6 8.2 11.6 11.4

TD 2 5 1 1 10

LONG 37 79 36 42 79

86, ALEXANDER TORRES, WR

CONSECUTIVE GAMES STREAK - Has at least one reception in 22 consecutive Big 12 Conference games, spanning entire career (2009-Present). 2011 - Biletnikoff Award Watch List (Nation’s Top WR)... Preseason All-Big 12 third team (College Sports Madness)... Preseason All-Big 12 fourth team (Phil Steele’s College Football)... made four catches for 31 yards against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)... caught six passes for 75 yards (long 20 yards) at No. 25 Texas (11/5)... joined teammate Kerry Hyder as a captain for game against the Longhorns... notched two catches for 35 yards against Iowa State (10/29)... caught four passes for 94 yards and scored three touchdowns at No. 1 Oklahoma (10/22)... longest reception against the Sooners went for 44 yards... became the first Texas Tech WR with back-to-back 100-yard receiving games in Big 12 play since 2009 (Detron Lewis, vs. Kansas State/@ Nebraska)... caught 12 passes for 104 yard against No. 17 Kansas State (10/15)... marked fifth career 100-yard receiving performance (second this season)... first time during career with back-to-back 100-yard receiving performances... made eight catches for 111 yards with a receiving touchdown against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8)... collected three catches for 30 yards at Kansas (10/1)... made five catches for 40 yards (18 long) against Nevada (9/24)... marked 12th career game catching at least five passes... caught three passes for 38 yards at New Mexico (9/17)... made season debut catching four passes for 58 yards in season opener against Texas State (9/3).

RECEIVING 2009 2010 2011 TOTALS

G 13 11 10 34

REC 67 39 51 157

YARDS 806 481 616 1,903

Y/REC 12.0 12.3 12.1 12.1

TD 6 3 4 13

LONG 65 45 44 65

CAREER HIGHS Receptions __________________________________________________7, at Texas A&M (2008) Yards ___________________________________________________ 139, vs. New Mexico (2009) Touchdowns _____________________________________________________ 2, vs. Rice (2009) Longest Reception __________________________________________ 139, vs. New Mexico (2009) All-Purpose Yards____________________________________________ 79, vs. New Mexico (2009) * Indicates most recent high

CAREER HIGHS Receptions _______________________________________________ 12, vs. Kansas State (2011) Yards _____________________________________________________163, vs. Oklahoma (2009) Touchdowns __________________________________________________ 3, at Oklahoma (2011) Longest Reception _____________________________________________65, vs. Oklahoma (2009) All-Purpose Yards_____________________________________________163, vs. Oklahoma (2009) * Indicates most recent high

18, ERIC WARD, WR

21, DeANDRE WASHINGTON, RB

2011 - 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.

RECEIVING 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 11 10 21

REC 6 61 67

YARDS 63 603 666

Y/REC 10.5 9.9 9.9

TD 0 9 9

LONG 14 48 48

CAREER HIGHS Receptions ________________________________________________ 10, vs. Texas A&M (2011) Yards ____________________________________________________ 87, at New Mexico (2011) Touchdowns _________________________________________________2 3x, at Kansas (2011)* Longest Reception _____________________________________________ 48, at Oklahoma (2011) All-Purpose Yards____________________________________________ 87, at New Mexico (2011) * Indicates most recent high

2011 - Has recorded the most rushing yards by a Texas Tech freshman since Taurean Henderson’s 793 yards in 2002... 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.

RUSHING 2011

G 10

RUSH 71

YARDS 325

Y/RUSH 4.6

TD 3

LONG 23

RECEIVING 2011

G 10

REC 16

YARDS 90

Y/REC 5.6

TD 0

LONG 26

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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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL 34, KENNY WILLIAMS, RB

2011 - 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).

RUSHING 2011

G 8

RUSH 29

YARDS 66

Y/RUSH 2.3

TD 0

6, AUSTIN ZOUZALIK, IR

2011 - notched two catches for 26 yards and returned two kickoffs for 38 yards at No. 25 Texas (11/5)... made three catches for 15 yards receiving, returned three punts for eight yards and returned a kickoff for 14 yards against Iowa State (10/29)... completed only pass attempt to Seth Doege on a trick play at No. 1 Oklahoma (10/22)... also returned one kickoff for 16 yards and one punt for 22 yards against the Sooners... made one catch for 14 yards and returned two punts for two yards against No. 17 Kansas State (10/15)... caught two passes for 17 yards against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8)... made two catches for 23 yards at Kansas (10/1)... caught one pass for five yards against Nevada (9/24)... became the first Texas Tech non-quarterback to throw for a touchdown since 2010 (WR Detron Lewis-to-WR Darrin Moore, at Oklahoma) when throwing a 26-yard TD pass to WR Darrin Moore with 10:35 left on the clock in the 2nd quarter to give Tech a 28-0 lead at New Mexico (9/17)... also caught one pass for 11 yards against the Lobos with one punt return for 25 yards... made season debut catching one pass for 10 yards in season opener against Texas State (9/3).

LONG 14

CAREER HIGHS Rushes ________________________________________________________10, at Texas (2011) Rushing Yards ___________________________________________________25, at Texas (2011) Rushing Touchdowns ________________________________________________________ None Total Touchdowns __________________________________________________________ None Longest Rush ___________________________________________________14, at Texas (2011) All-Purpose Yards_________________________________________________25, at Texas (2011) * Indicates most recent high

PASSING 2009 2010 2011 TOTALS

G 13 12 9 34

C-A-I 0-0-0 0-1-0 2-2-0 2-3-0

PCT 0.0 0.0 100.0 66.7

YDS 0 0 37 37

YDS/GM 0.0 0.0 5.3 5.3

TD 0 0 1 1

RUSHING 2009 2010 2011 TOTALS

G 13 12 9 34

RUSH 1 0 0 1

YARDS 5 0 0 5

Y/RUSH 5.0 0.0 0.0 5.0

TD 0 0 0 0

LONG 5 0 0 5

RECEIVING 2009 2010 2011 TOTALS

G 13 12 9 34

REC 35 31 13 79

YARDS 469 432 121 1,022

Y/REC 13.4 13.9 9.3 12.9

TD 2 2 0 4

LONG 50 55 18 55

KICK RETURNS 2009 2010 2011 TOTALS

G 13 12 9 34

RET 3 3 3 9

YARDS 63 38 68 169

Y/RET 21.0 12.7 22.7 18.8

TD 0 0 0 0

LONG 29 20 21 29

PUNT RETURNS 2009 2010 2011 TOTALS

G 13 12 9 34

RET 21 6 11 38

YARDS 201 5 76 282

Y/RET 9.6 0.8 6.9 7.4

TD 0 0 0 0

LONG 26 16 25 26

ALL PURPOSE 2009 2010 2011 TOTALS

G 13 12 9 34

RUSH 5 0 0 5

REC 469 432 121 1,022

PR 201 5 76 282

KR 63 38 68 169

IR 0 0 0 0

TOTAL 738 475 265 1,478

LG 0 0 26 26

AVG/G 56.8 39.6 29.4 43.5

CAREER HIGHS Rushes ________________________________________________________ 1, vs. Baylor (2009) Rushing Yards ___________________________________________________ 5, vs. Baylor (2009) Rushing Touchdowns ________________________________________________________ None Receptions _____________________________________________________ 7, vs. Baylor (2009) Receiving Yards ____________________________________________ 100, vs. Weber State (2010) Receiving Touchdowns _____________________________________1 4x, vs. Northwestern (2010)* Total Touchdowns ________________________________________1 5x, vs. Northwestern (2010)* Longest Rush ___________________________________________________ 5, vs. Baylor (2009) Longest Reception ___________________________________________ 55, at New Mexico (2010) Punt Returns ________________________________________________5, vs. New Mexico (2009) Punt Return Yards ___________________________________________ 52, vs. New Mexico (2009) Longest Punt Return _____________________________________ 26 2x, at Oklahoma State (2009)* All-Purpose Yards___________________________________________ 100, vs. Weber State (2010) * Indicates most recent high

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL 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) 15, 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: Steven Sheffield (370) 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)

SINGLE-SEASON YARDAGE LEADERS 1. B.J. Symons (2003) ......................................................5,833 2. Graham Harrell (2007) ...................................................5,705 3. Graham Harrell (2008) ...................................................5,111 4. Kliff Kingsbury (2002) ...................................................5,017 5. Sonny Cumbie (2004) ....................................................4,742 6. Graham Harrell (2006) ...................................................4,555 7. Cody Hodges (2005) ......................................................4,238 8. Taylor Potts (2010) .......................................................3,726 9. Kliff Kingsbury (2001) ...................................................3,502 10. Taylor Potts (2009) .......................................................3,440 SINGLE-SEASON YARD PER GAME LEADERS 1. B.J. Symons (2003) ......................................................448.7 2. Graham Harrell (2007) ...................................................438.8 3. Sonny Cumbie (2004) ....................................................395.2 4. Graham Harrell (2008) ...................................................393.2 5. Kliff Kingsbury (2002) ...................................................358.4 6. Cody Hodges (2005) ......................................................353.2 7. Graham Harrell (2006) ...................................................350.4 8. Kliff Kingsbury (2001) ...................................................318.4 9. Taylor Potts (2009) .......................................................286.7 10. Taylor Potts (2010) .......................................................286.6 SINGLE-SEASON TOUCHDOWN LEADERS 1. B.J. Symons (2003) ...........................................................52 2. Graham Harrell (2007) ........................................................48 3. Kliff Kingsbury (2002) ........................................................45 Graham Harrell (2008) ........................................................45 5. Graham Harrell (2006) ........................................................38 6. Taylor Potts (2010) ............................................................35 7. Sonny Cumbie (2004) .........................................................32 8. Cody Hodges (2005) ...........................................................31 Taylor Potts (2010) ............................................................31 10. Kliff Kingsbury (2001) ........................................................25 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. Taylor Potts (2010) ..........................................................551 9. Cody Hodges (2005) .........................................................531 10. Kliff Kingsbury (2001) ......................................................529 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. Taylor Potts (2010) ..........................................................369 8. Kliff Kingsbury (2001) ......................................................365 9. Kliff Kingsbury (2000) ......................................................362 10. Cody Hodges (2005) .........................................................353

CAREER Most Attempts: 2,062, Graham Harrell (2005-08) Most Completions: 1,403, Graham Harrell (2005-08) Highest Completion Percentage: 68.0, Graham Harrell (2005-08); 1,403-of-2,062 Most Yards per Completion: 14.9, Rodney Allison (1974-77); 161 completions, 2,411 yards Most Yards: 15,793, Graham Harrell (2005-08) Most Yards per Game: 350.9, Graham Harrell (2005-08);15,793.45 games Most Touchdowns: 134, Graham Harrell (2005-08) Miscellaneous: Most 300-Yard Games: 32, Graham Harrell (2005-08) Most 400-Yard Games: 20, Graham Harrell (2005-08) CAREER YARDAGE LEADERS 1. Graham Harrell (2005-08)............................................15,793 2. Kliff Kingsbury (1999-02) ............................................12,429 3. Robert Hall (1990-93) ...................................................7,908 4. Taylor Potts (2007-10)..................................................7,835 5. Zebbie Lethridge (1994-97) ...........................................6,789 6. Billy Joe Tolliver (1985-88) ...........................................6,756 7. B.J. Symons (2000-03) .................................................6,378 8. Sonny Cumbie (2001-04) ...............................................5,116 9. Ron Reeves (1978-81) ...................................................4,688 10. Cody Hodges (2002-05).................................................4,308 CAREER TOUCHDOWN LEADERS 1. Graham Harrell (2005-2008) ............................................134 2. Kliff Kingsbury (1999-02) ...................................................95 3. Taylor Potts (2007-10).......................................................62 4. B.J. Symons (2000-03) ......................................................59 5. Robert Hall (1990-93) ........................................................48 6. Zebbie Lethridge (1994-97) ................................................42 7. Billy Joe Tolliver (1985-88) ................................................38 8. Sonny Cumbie (2001-04) ....................................................33 Cody Hodges (2002-05)......................................................33 10. Ron Reeves (1978-81) ........................................................31 CAREER PASS ATTEMPTS LEADERS 1. Graham Harrell (2005-08)..............................................2,062 2. Kliff Kingsbury (1999-02) ..............................................1,883 3. Taylor Potts (2007-10)..................................................1,106 4. Zebbie Lethridge (1994-97) ...........................................1,070 5. Billy Joe Tolliver (1985-88) ...........................................1,008 6. Robert Hall (1990-93) ......................................................997 7. B.J. Symons (2000-03) ....................................................797 8. Ron Reeves (1978-81) ......................................................763 9. Sonny Cumbie (2001-04) ..................................................704 10. Cody Hodges (2002-05)....................................................543 CAREER COMPLETION LEADERS 1. Graham Harrell (2005-08)..............................................1,403 2. Kliff Kingsbury (1999-02) ..............................................1,231 3. Taylor Potts (2007-10).....................................................733 4. B.J. Symons (2000-03) ....................................................554 5. Robert Hall (1990-93) ......................................................548 6. Zebbie Lethridge (1994-97) ..............................................519 7. Billy Joe Tolliver (1985-88) ..............................................493 8. Sonny Cumbie (2001-04) ..................................................461 9. Cody Hodges (2002-05)....................................................360 10. Ron Reeves (1978-81) ......................................................352

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL PASSING/RECEIVING RECORDS TOP PASSING GAMES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 26. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 34. 35. 37. 38. 39. 40. 43. 44. 46. 47. 49. 50. 51. 53. 55. 57. 58. 59. 60. 62. 63. 64. 67. 68. 69. 70. 71. 72. 73. 75. 76.

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B.J. Symons at Mississippi (2003) ..................................... 661 Graham Harrell at Oklahoma State (2007) .......................... 646 Cody Hodges vs. Kansas State (2005) ............................... 643 B.J. Symons at N.C. State (2003) ...................................... 586 B.J. Symons at Oklahoma State (2003) ............................. 552 Graham Harrell vs. E. Washington (2008) ........................... 536 Sonny Cumbie vs. California (2004) ................................... 520 Graham Harrell vs. Texas (2006) ........................................ 519 Kliff Kingsbury vs. Missouri (2002) .................................... 510 B.J. Symons vs. Texas A&M (2003) .................................. 505 B.J. Symons vs. Navy (2003) ............................................. 497 Steven Sheffield vs. Kansas State (2009) .......................... 490 B.J. Symons vs. Iowa State (2003).................................... 487 Graham Harrell vs. UTEP (2007) ........................................ 484 Graham Harrell vs. Baylor (2006) ....................................... 483 Kliff Kingsbury at Texas A&M (2002) ................................ 474 Graham Harrell vs. Texas (2008) ........................................ 474 Kliff Kingsbury vs. Texas (2002) ........................................ 473 Sonny Cumbie at SMU (2004) ............................................ 470 Graham Harrell at Texas (2007) ......................................... 466 Taylor Potts vs. Baylor (2010) ........................................... 462 Seth Doege vs. Kansas State (2011) .................................. 461 Kliff Kingsbury vs. Utah State (2000) ................................ 456 Graham Harrell vs. Oklahoma State (2008) ........................ 456 Taylor Potts vs. Rice (2009) .............................................. 456 Cody Hodges vs. Florida International (2005) ..................... 454 Graham Harrell at Kansas State (2008) .............................. 454 Graham Harrell at Texas A&M (2008) ................................ 450 Sonny Cumbie at New Mexico (2004) ................................ 449 Billy Joe Tolliver vs. Oklahoma State (1988) ...................... 446 Graham Harrell vs. Minnesota (2006) ................................. 445 Seth Doege at Oklahoma (2011) ........................................ 441 Sonny Cumbie vs. TCU (2004) ........................................... 441 Kliff Kingsbury vs. Oklahoma State (2001)......................... 440 Sonny Cumbie vs. Nebraska (2004) .................................... 436 Cody Hodges vs. Sam Houston State (2005) ...................... 436 Graham Harrell at Baylor (2007) ........................................ 433 Graham Harrell vs. Colorado (2007) ................................... 431 B.J. Symons at Baylor (2003) ............................................ 428 Kliff Kingsbury vs. Oklahoma State (2002)......................... 425 Graham Harrell vs. Iowa State (2007) ................................ 425 Graham Harrell vs. Texas A&M (2007)............................... 425 Billy Joe Tolliver vs. TCU (1985) ........................................ 422 Graham Harrell vs. Oklahoma (2007) .................................. 420 Taylor Potts at Texas (2009) ............................................. 420 Graham Harrell at SMU (2007)........................................... 419 B.J. Symons vs. New Mexico (2003).................................. 418 Graham Harrell vs. SMU (2008) ......................................... 418 Graham Harrell at Rice (2007)............................................ 414 Kliff Kingsbury vs. Kansas State (2001)............................. 409 Kliff Kingsbury at Missouri (2003) ..................................... 408 Cody Hodges vs. Texas A&M (2005).................................. 408 Kliff Kingsbury at New Mexico (2002) ............................... 407 Graham Harrell vs. Virginia (2007)...................................... 407 Kliff Kingsbury vs. Kansas (2000) ...................................... 405 Taylor Potts vs. North Dakota (2009) ................................ 405 Sonny Cumbie vs. Texas (2004) ......................................... 403 Seth Doege at New Mexico (2011) .................................... 401 B.J. Symons vs. Colorado (2003) ....................................... 399 Sonny Cumbie vs. Baylor (2004) ........................................ 397 Graham Harrell at Missouri (2007) ..................................... 397 Graham Harrell at Texas A&M (2006) ................................ 392 Seth Doege vs. Texas A&M (2011) .................................... 391 Robert Hall vs. Houston (1991) .......................................... 388 Robert Hall vs. Georgia (1993) ........................................... 388 Taylor Potts vs. Oklahoma (2009) ...................................... 388 Graham Harrell at Kansas (2008) ....................................... 386 Seth Doege at Texas (2011) .............................................. 381 Jim Hart vs. Houston (1983) .............................................. 380 Taylor Potts at Iowa State (2010) ..................................... 377 Graham Harrell at UTEP (2006) .......................................... 376 Kliff Kingsbury vs. Clemson (2002) .................................... 375 Kliff Kingsbury vs. Baylor (2002) ....................................... 373 Taylor Potts vs. Houston (2010) ........................................ 373 Taylor Potts vs. Michigan State (2009).............................. 372 Kliff Kingsbury vs. SMU (2002).......................................... 369 Sonny Cumbie at Oklahoma (2004) .................................... 369 Cody Hodges at Texas (2005) ............................................ 369 Taylor Potts vs. Northwestern (2010) ................................ 369 Cody Hodges at Nebraska (2005) ....................................... 368 Graham Harrell at Iowa State (2006) ................................. 368 Seth Doege at Kansas (2011) ............................................ 366 Robert Hall vs. Rice (1991) ................................................ 366 Kliff Kingsbury vs. Stephen F. Austin (2001) ...................... 366 B.J. Symons at Texas (2003) ............................................. 365 Zebbie Lethridge vs. Texas (1996) ..................................... 364 Kliff Kingsbury vs. New Mexico (2001) .............................. 364 Graham Harrell vs. Mississippi (2008) ................................ 364

RECEIVING RECORDS GAME Most Receptions: 15, Michael Crabtree vs. UTEP (2007); Robert Johnson vs. SMU (2006) Most Receptions by Class: Freshman: 15, Michael Crabtree vs. UTEP (2007) Sophomore: 11, Carlos Francis vs. Nebraska (2001); Wes Welker vs. Texas A&M (2001) Junior: 14, Wes Welker vs. Texas (2002) Senior: 15, Robert Johnson vs. SMU (2006) Most Yards: 255, Joel Filani vs. Kansas State (2005) Most Yards by Class: Freshman: 244, Michael Crabtree at Rice (2007) Sophomore: 241, Donnie Hart vs. Texas (1996) Junior: 255, Joel Filani vs. Kansas State (2005) Senior: 251, Rodney Blackshear vs. Houston (1991) Most Yards per Reception: 50.2, Rodney Blackshear vs. Houston (1991); 5 rec.,251 yards Most Touchdowns: 4, Derek Dorris at Kansas (2000) Miscellaneous: Longest Texas Tech Reception (Game): 95, Rodney Blackshear from Robert Hall vs. Houston (1991) SINGLE-GAME RECEPTION LEADERS 1. Robert Johnson vs. SMU (2006) .......................................... 15 Michael Crabtree vs. UTEP (2007) ....................................... 15 3. Wes Welker vs. Texas (2002) ............................................... 14 Danny Amendola at Oklahoma State (2007) ......................... 14 Michael Crabtree at Oklahoma State (2007) ........................ 14 6. Ricky Williams vs. North Texas (2001) ................................. 13 Taurean Henderson at Texas A&M (2002) ........................... 13 Wes Welker at Missouri (2003) ............................................ 13 9. Larry Gilbert vs. Florida State (1966) ................................... 12 Leonard Harris vs. Houston (1983) ....................................... 12 Lloyd Hill vs. Wyoming (1992) .............................................. 12 Ricky Williams vs. Oklahoma (2001)..................................... 12 Nehemiah Glover vs. Nebraska (2004) .................................. 12 Danny Amendola vs. UTEP (2007) ........................................ 12 Michael Crabtree vs. Oklahoma (2007)................................. 12 Darrin Moore vs. Texas State (2011) ................................... 12 Alex Torres vs. Kansas State (2011) .................................... 12 SINGLE-GAME YARDAGE LEADERS 1. Joel Filani vs. Kansas State (2005) .................................... 255 2. Rodney Blackshear vs. Houston (1991) .............................. 251 3. Leonard Harris vs. Houston (1983) ..................................... 248 4. Michael Crabtree at Rice (2007) ........................................ 244 5. Donnie Hart vs. Texas (1996)............................................. 241 6. Michael Crabtree at Oklahoma State (2007) ...................... 237 7. Carlos Francis vs. Utah State (2000) ................................. 234 8. Danny Amendola at Oklahoma State (2007) ....................... 233 9. Lloyd Hill vs. Wyoming (1992) ............................................ 222 10. Darrin Moore vs. Texas State (2011) ................................. 221 SEASON 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. Ricky Williams (2001) .......................................................... 92 7. Joel Filani (2006) ................................................................. 91 8. Robert Johnson (2006) ........................................................ 89 9. Detron Lewis (2010) ............................................................ 87 10. Wes Welker (2002) .............................................................. 86 SINGLE-SEASON YARDAGE LEADERS 1. Michael Crabtree (2007) ................................................. 1,962 2. Joel Filani (2006) ............................................................ 1,300 3. Lloyd Hill (1992) ............................................................. 1,261 4. Danny Amendola (2007).................................................. 1,245 5. Carlos Francis (2003)...................................................... 1,177 Jarrett Hicks (2004) ....................................................... 1,177 7. Michael Crabtree (2008) ................................................. 1,165 8. Wes Welker (2003) ......................................................... 1,099 9. Nehemiah Glover (2003).................................................. 1,081 10. Wes Welker (2002) ......................................................... 1,054 SINGLE-SEASON TOUCHDOWN LEADERS 1. Michael Crabtree (2007) ...................................................... 22 2. Michael Crabtree (2008) ...................................................... 19 Lyle Leong (2010) ................................................................ 19 4. Jarrett Hicks (2004) ............................................................ 13 Joel Filani (2006) ................................................................. 13 6. Lloyd Hill (1992) .................................................................. 12 Mickey Peters (2003) .......................................................... 12 8. Nehemiah Glover (2002)....................................................... 10 Jarrett Hicks (2005) ............................................................ 10 10. Rodney Blackshear (1990) ..................................................... 9 Derek Dorris (2000) ............................................................... 9 Carlos Francis (2003)............................................................. 9 Wes Welker (2003) ................................................................ 9 Nehemiah Glover (2003)......................................................... 9 Eric Morris (2007).................................................................. 9 Lyle Leong (2009) .................................................................. 9 Eric Ward (2011).................................................................... 9 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. Joel Filani (2003-06) ............................................................ 23 5. Mickey Peters (2000-03) ..................................................... 22 6. Carlos Francis (2000-03) ..................................................... 21 Wes Welker (2000-03) ......................................................... 21 Nehemiah Glover (2001-04) ................................................. 21 9. Lloyd Hill (1990-93) ............................................................. 20

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL 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 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

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 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 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

TOP RUSHING GAMES 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. 53. 56. 57. 60. 63.

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 Byron Morris vs. Baylor (1992) ...........................................157 James Gray vs. North Texas (1988) ....................................157 Donny Anderson vs. New Mexico St. (1965) .......................157 Doug McCutchen vs. Baylor (1970) .....................................155 James Hadnot vs. New Mexico (1979) ................................153 George Smith vs. Utah (1972) .............................................153 Ricky Williams vs. Baylor (2001) .........................................153 Shaud Williams vs. North Texas (1999) ...............................151 James Gray vs. Lamar (1987) .............................................151 Billy Taylor vs. TCU (1977) .................................................151 James Gray vs. Colorado State (1987) ................................150 Billy Taylor vs. North Carolina (1977) .................................150

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL TOTAL OFFENSE/ALL-PURPOSE GAME

CAREER

ALL PURPOSE YARDS

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)

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)

GAME

SINGLE-GAME YARDAGE LEADERS 1. B.J. Symons at Mississippi (2003) ...................................... 681 2. Graham Harrell at Oklahoma State (2007) ........................... 643 3. B.J. Symons at N.C. State (2003) ....................................... 618 4. Cody Hodges vs. Kansas State (2005)................................. 604 5. Graham Harrell vs. E. Washington (2008) ............................ 538 6. B.J. Symons vs. Iowa State (2003) ..................................... 529 B.J. Symons at Oklahoma State (2003)............................... 529 8. Graham Harrell vs. Texas (2006) ......................................... 518 9. Steven Sheffield vs. Kansas State (2009) ........................... 509 SEASON Most Plays: 814, Kliff Kingsbury (2002); 102 rush, 712 pass Most Yards: 5,976, B.J. Symons (2003) Most Yards by Class: Freshman: 1,885, Zebbie Lethridge (1994) Sophomore: 4,489, Graham Harrell (2006) Junior: 5,614, Graham Harrell (2007) Senior: 5,976, B.J. Symons (2003) Most Yards per Game: 459.7, B.J. Symons (2003) Most Touchdowns Responsible For: 57, B.J. Symons (2003) SINGLE-SEASON ATTEMPT LEADERS 1. Kliff Kingsbury (2002) ......................................................... 814 2. Graham Harrell (2007)......................................................... 751 3. B.J. Symons (2003) ............................................................ 740 4. Sonny Cumbie (2004) .......................................................... 694 5. Graham Harrell (2008)......................................................... 667 6. Kliff Kingsbury (2000) ......................................................... 663 7. Graham Harrell (2006)......................................................... 649 8. Cody Hodges (2005)............................................................ 640 9. Taylor Potts (2010)............................................................. 617 10. Kliff Kingsbury (2001) ......................................................... 595 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. Taylor Potts (2010); 4 rush, 3,726 pass........................... 3,730 9. Kliff Kingsbury (2001); -48 rush, 3,502 pass .................... 3,454 10. Kliff Kingsbury (2000); 19 rush, 3,418 pass ..................... 3,437

CAREER ATTEMPT LEADERS 1. Kliff Kingsbury (1999-02)................................................. 2,158 2. Graham Harrell (2005-2008) ............................................ 2,124 3. Zebbie Lethridge (1994-97) .............................................. 1,539 4. Robert Hall (1990-93) ...................................................... 1,341 5. Ron Reeves (1978-81)...................................................... 1,333 6. Taylor Potts (2007-10) .................................................... 1,165 7. Billy Joe Tolliver (1985-88) .............................................. 1,150 8. B.J. Symons (2000-03) ....................................................... 864 9. Ricky Williams (1997-01) .................................................... 789 10. Sonny Cumbie (2001-04)..................................................... 762 CAREER TOTAL OFFENSE LEADERS 1. Graham Harrell (2005-2008) ..........................................15,611 2. Kliff Kingsbury (1999-01)...............................................12,263 3. Robert Hall (1990-93) ...................................................... 8,489 4. Zebbie Lethridge (1994-97) .............................................. 7,690 5. Taylor Potts (2007-10) .................................................... 7,653 6. B.J. Symons (2000-03) .................................................... 6,586 7. Billy Joe Tolliver (1985-88) .............................................. 6,475 8. Ron Reeves (1978-81)...................................................... 5,544 9. Sonny Cumbie (2001-04).................................................. 4,965 10. Cody Hodges (2002-05) ................................................... 4,532 CAREER TOUCHDOWNS RESPONSIBLE FOR 1. Graham Harrell (2005-2008) ............................................... 146 2. Kliff Kingsbury (1999-02).................................................... 100 3. Zebbie Lethridge (1994-97) ................................................... 71 4. Taurean Henderson (2002-05) ............................................... 70 5. Taylor Potts (2007-10) ......................................................... 66 6. B.J. Symons (2000-03) ......................................................... 61 7. James Gray (1986-89) .......................................................... 52 8. Billy Joe Tolliver (1985-88) ................................................... 44 9. Robert Hall (1990-93) ........................................................... 41 10. Ricky Williams (1997-01) ...................................................... 39

Yards: 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. Danny Amendola (2004-07) .............................................. 3,839 Eric Stephens (2009-11)................................................... 3,839 9. Byron Morris (1991-93).................................................... 3,822 10. Baron Batch (2006, 2008-10) .......................................... 3,612

SINGLE-SEASON TOUCHDOWNS RESPONSIBLE FOR 1. B.J. Symons (2003) .............................................................. 57 2. Graham Harrell (2007)........................................................... 52 3. Graham Harrell (2008)........................................................... 51 4. Kliff Kingsbury (2002) ........................................................... 47 5. Graham Harrell (2006)........................................................... 40 6. Taylor Potts (2010)............................................................... 37 7. Sonny Cumbie (2004) ............................................................ 34 Cody Hodges (2005).............................................................. 34 9. Seth Doege (2011) ................................................................ 27 10. Robert Hall (1993)................................................................. 25 Kliff Kingsbury (2001) ........................................................... 25

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL SCORING RECORDS GAME

SEASON

Points: 30, Billy Taylor vs. TCU (1977); James Gray vs. Rice (1989); Byron Hanspard vs. SMU (1995) Touchdowns: 5, Billy Taylor vs. TCU (1977); James Gray vs. Rice (1989); Byron Hanspard vs. SMU (1995); Taurean Henderson vs. Kansas State (2005) Points by Kicking: 16 vs. Texas A&M (2011); 4 FG, 4 PAT Field Goals Made: 4, 10 times; latest, Donnie Carona vs. Texas A&M (2011) Longest Field Goal Made: 57, Bill Adams vs. Texas A&M (1977)

Points: 134, Byron Morris (1993); 22 TD, 1 conversion Points by Class: Freshman: 132, Michael Crabtree (2007) Sophomore: 114, Michael Crabtree (2008) Junior: 108, Taurean Henderson (2004) Senior: 134, Byron Morris (1993) Points per Game: 12.2, Byron Morris (1993) Touchdowns: 22, Byron Morris (1993); Taurean Henderson (2005); Michael Crabtree (2007) Points by Kicking: 106, Alex Trlica (2007); 13 FG, 67 PAT Conversions Made: 67, Alex Trlica (2007) Conversions Attempted: 70, Keith Toogood (2003) Field Goals Made: 17, Bill Adams (1979); Ricky Gann (1984); Lin Elliott (1991) Field Goals Attempted: 26, Ricky Gann (1984); Lin Elliott (1991) Field Goal Percentage: .824, Lin Elliott (1990); 14-of-17 Most PAT Kicks, No Misses: 67, Alex Trlica (2007) Perfect PAT Seasons: 12 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-of-56)

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. Byron Hanspard (1995); 18 TD.........................................108 Ricky Williams (2001); 18 TD ...........................................108 Taurean Henderson (2004); 18 TD ...................................108 10. Alex Trlica (2007); 12 FG, 63 PAT ...................................106

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

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

SINGLE-SEASON FIELD GOAL LEADERS 1. Bill Adams (1979)...............................................................17 Ricky Gann (1984) .............................................................17 Lin Elliott (1991) ................................................................17 4. Bill Adams (1978)...............................................................16 Chris Birkholz (1998) ..........................................................16 6. Brian Hall (1976) ................................................................15 Scott Segrist (1988) ..........................................................15 Alex Trlica (2006) ..............................................................15 9. Lin Elliott (1990) ................................................................14 10. Eight tied; latest, Alex Trlica (2005) ...................................13 SINGLE-SEASON PAT LEADERS 1. Alex Trlica (2007) ..............................................................67 2. Keith Toogood (2003).........................................................66 3. Alex Trlica (2005) ..............................................................60 Matt Williams (2009) .........................................................60 5. Matt Williams (2010) .........................................................56 6. Alex Trlica (2004) ..............................................................55 7. Robert Treece (2002) .........................................................54 8. Alex Trlica (2006) ..............................................................51 9. Matt Williams (2010) .........................................................50 10. Jon Davis (1993) ................................................................45

SINGLE-SEASON TOUCHDOWNS RESPONSIBLE FOR 1. B.J. Symons (2003) ...........................................................57 2. Graham Harrell (2007) ........................................................52 3. Graham Harrell (2008) ........................................................51 4. Kliff Kingsbury (2002) ........................................................47 5. Graham Harrell (2006) ........................................................40 6. Taylor Potts (2010) ............................................................37 7. Sonny Cumbie (2004) .........................................................34 Cody Hodges (2005) ...........................................................34 9. Robert Hall (1993)..............................................................25 Kliff Kingsbury (2001) ........................................................25 Taylor Potts (2009) ............................................................25 CAREER

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 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. Brian Hall (1974-76) ...........................................................79 9. Don Grimes (1971-73) ........................................................78 10. Jack Kirkpatrick (1952-55) ................................................74 Donnie Carona (2008-11) ...................................................74

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL DEFENSIVE RECORDS GAME

SEASON

CAREER

Tackles: 30, Donald Harris vs. Arizona (1988) Fumble Return for Touchdown: 1, several times; most recently, Daniel Howard vs. Nebraska (2009) 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)

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 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 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 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 TACKLE LEADERS 1. Lawrence Flugence (1999-02) ..........................................500 2. Brad Hastings (1983-86) ..................................................480 3. Kevin Curtis (1998-01) .....................................................422 4. Michael Johnson (1984-87) ..............................................393 5. Zach Thomas (1992-95) ...................................................390 6. Matt Wingo (1988-91)......................................................385 7. Shawn Banks (1992-95)...................................................365 8. Ryan Aycock (2000-03) ...................................................338 9. Charles Rowe (1986-89) ..................................................329 10. Tracy Saul (1989-92) .......................................................327 CAREER SACK LEADERS 1. Aaron Hunt (1999-02) .....................................................34.0 2. Adell Duckett (2001-04) ..................................................28.0 3. Montae Reagor (1995-98) ...............................................25.5 4. Brandon Williams (2006-08) ............................................22.5 5. Keyunta Dawson (2003-06) ............................................19.5 6. Calvin Riggs (1983-86) ....................................................18.5 7. James Mosley (1985-88).................................................17.0 Shawn Jackson (1991-93) ..............................................17.0 9. Brandon Sharpe (2008-09) ..............................................15.0 10. Gabriel Rivera (1979-82) .................................................14.0 CAREER INTERCEPTION LEADERS 1. Tracy Saul (1989-91) .........................................................25 2. Elmer Tarbox (1936-38) .....................................................17 3. John Thompson (1951-53) .................................................14 Tate Randle (1978-81) .......................................................14 5. Boyd Cowan (1985-88) ......................................................12 Vincent Meeks (2002-05) ...................................................12 Darcel McBath (2005-08) ...................................................12 8. Ryan Aycock (2000-03) .....................................................11 9. Kevin Curtis (1998-01) .......................................................10 10. Four tied...............................................................................9

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

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL KICKOFF RETURN RECORDS GAME

SEASON

CAREER

Returns: 7, Ben McRoy vs. Nevada (2011) Yards: 203, Ben McRoy vs. Nevada (2011) Yards by Class: Freshman: 182, Eric Stephens at Texas (2009) Sophomore: 203, Ben McRoy vs. Nevada (2011) Junior: 132, Rodney Blackshear vs. Texas A&M (1990) Senior: 169, Donny Anderson vs. Oklahoma State (1965) Yards per Return: 60.0, Johnnie Mack vs. SMU (2003); 2-120 yards Touchdowns: 1, several times; most recently, Vincent Meeks at Oklahoma (2002); 98 yards 100-Yard Returns: 100, Ivory McCann vs. New Mexico (2001), Keith Henderson vs. Houston (1984), Donny Anderson vs. Oklahoma State (1965), Jack Kirkpatrick vs. Tulsa (1953), Jack Kirkpatrick vs. West Texas State (1953)

Returns: 44, Eric Stephens (2010) Yards: 1,071, Eric Stephens (2010); 44 returns Yards by Class: Freshman: 823, Eric Stephens (2009) Sophomore: 1,071, Eric Stephens (2010) Junior: 621, Rodney Blackshear (1990) Senior: 541, Donny Anderson (1965) Yards per Return: 30.8, Lawrence Williams (1972); 16-493 yards Touchdowns: 2, Jack Kirkpatrick (1953)

Returns: 76, Eric Stephens (2009-) Yards: 1,894, Eric Stephens (2009-); 72 returns Yards per Return: 30.3, Ronnie Rice (1957-59); 19-577 yards Touchdowns: 2, Jack Kirkpatrick (1952-55)

LONGEST KICKOFF RETURNS 1. Ivory McCann vs. New Mexico (2001) ..............................100 Keith Henderson vs. Houston (1984).................................100 Donny Anderson vs. Oklahoma St. (1965) .........................100 Jack Kirkpatrick vs. Tulsa (1953) .....................................100 Jack Kirkpatrick vs. West Texas State (1953) ..................100 6. Vincent Meeks at Oklahoma (2002) ....................................98 7. Frank Graves vs. New Mexico (1951) .................................97 8. Herman Bailey vs. Hardin-Simmons (1949) .........................95 Lawrence Williams vs. New Mexico (1973) .........................95 Dane Johnson vs. Texas (1997)..........................................95

SINGLE-SEASON YARDAGE LEADERS 1. Eric Stephens (2010); 37 returns ...................................1,071 2. Eric Stephens (2009); 32 returns ......................................823 3. Ben McRoy (2011); 30 returns .........................................719 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. Eric Stephens (2009) ..........................................................32 3. Ben McRoy (2011) .............................................................30 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-); 68 returns ..................................1,894 2. Donny Anderson (1963-65); 56 returns .........................1,309 3. Lawrence Williams (1972-74); 47 returns ......................1,268 4. Ivory McCann (2001-02); 49 returns .............................1,101 5. Wayne Walker (1985-88); 51 returns................................959 6. Johnnie Mack (2003-04); 43 returns ................................955 7. Rodney Blackshear (1987-91); 37 returns ........................899 8. Mike Leinert (1965-67); 40 returns ..................................824 9. Ben McRoy (2010-11); 34 returns ....................................797 10. John Norman (1997-00); 37 returns .................................790 CAREER RETURN LEADERS 1. Eric Stephens (2009-) .........................................................76 2. Donny Anderson (1963-65).................................................56 3. Wayne Walker (1985-88)....................................................51 4. Ivory McCann (2001-02) ....................................................49 5. Lawrence Williams (1972-74) .............................................47 6. Johnnie Mack (2003-04) ....................................................43 7. Mike Leinert (1965-67).......................................................40 8. Tyrone Thurman (1985-88) ................................................37 Rodney Blackshear (1987-91) ............................................37 John Norman (1997-00) .....................................................37

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL PUNTING RECORDS 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) 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 yards........... 42.4 10. Jonathan LaCour (2007); 33 punts for 1,391 yards......... 42.2 CAREER Punts: 293, Maury Buford (1978-81) Punting Average: 43.3, Alex Reyes (2006); 43 punts for 1,943 yards 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) ........................................... 40.9 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 GAME 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 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)

Returns: 152, Wes Welker (2000-03) Yards: 1,761, Wes Welker (2000-03) Yards per Return: 12.0, Marc Dove (1969-71), 48 for 576 yards Touchdowns: 8, Wes Welker (2000-03) CAREER YARDAGE LEADERS 1. Wes Welker (2000-03) .................................................. 1,761 2. Tyrone Thurman (1985-88) ........................................... 1,466 3. Danny Amendola (2004-07)........................................... 1,283 4. Tracy Saul (1989-92)....................................................... 902 5. Dane Johnson (1994-97).................................................. 876 6. Leonard Harris (1981-83) ................................................. 759 7. Larry Alford (1967-68) ..................................................... 750 8. Marc Dove (1969-71)....................................................... 576 9. John Norman (1997-00) ................................................... 513 10. Eric Morris (2005-08)....................................................... 486 CAREER RETURN LEADERS 1. Wes Welker (2000-03) ..................................................... 152 2. Tyrone Thurman (1985-88) .............................................. 126 3. Danny Amendola (2004-07).............................................. 116 4. Tracy Saul (1989-92)......................................................... 90 5. Dane Johnson (1994-97).................................................... 76 6. Larry Alford (1967-68) ....................................................... 70 7. Leonard Harris (1981-83) ................................................... 68 8. Mike Patterson (1976-77) .................................................. 55 9. John Norman (1997-99) ..................................................... 50 10. Eric Morris (2005-08)......................................................... 49

SINGLE-SEASON YARDAGE LEADERS 1. Wes Welker (2002); 57 returns ........................................ 752 2. Tyrone Thurman (1986); 33 returns ................................. 444 3. Larry Alford (1968); 38 returns ........................................ 430 4. Tyrone Thurman (1985); 31 returns ................................. 419 5. Wes Welker (2003); 33 returns ........................................ 385 6. Danny Amendola (2006); 41 returns................................. 377 7. Marc Dove (1971); 33 returns .......................................... 374 8. Danny Amendola (2004); 29 returns................................. 371 9. Leonard Harris (1982); 33 returns .................................... 365 10. Wes Welker (2000); 28 returns ........................................ 353 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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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL TEAM RECORDS SCORING

RUSHING

TOTAL OFFENSE

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)

RUSHES Game – High: 73 vs. Arizona (1989) Game – Low: 7 at Texas (2007)

PLAYS Game – High: 111 vs. Iowa State (2003) Game – Low: 46 vs. Nebraska (1997) Season – High: 1,155 (2002) Season – Low: 732 (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 / 5 (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) 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

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)

YARDS Game – High: 1,271 vs. Wayland (1925) Game High Since 1950: 775 vs. Iowa State (2003) Game – Low: 93 vs. Miami (1990) Season – High: 7,576 (2003) Season – Low: 3,401 (1997) TOP 10 TOTAL OFFENSE GAMES (SINCE 1950) 1. vs. Iowa State (2003) ......................................................... 775 2. vs. Sam Houston State (2005) ............................................ 770 3. vs. Kansas State (2009)...................................................... 739 4. at Oklahoma State (2007) ................................................... 718 5. at Baylor (2003).................................................................. 716 6. at Mississippi (2003)........................................................... 713 7. vs. TCU (1985) ................................................................... 699 8. vs. Kansas State (2005)...................................................... 684 9. vs. Baylor (2006) ................................................................ 682 10. at N.C. State (2003) ........................................................... 681

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

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL TEAM RECORDS PENALTIES

PUNTING

DEFENSE

PENALTIES Game – High: 18 vs. Eastern Washington (2008) Game – Low: 1 vs. Rice (1991), vs. Texas A&M (1992), vs. Arkansas (1988) Season – High: 120 (2009) Season – Low: 28 (1961)

PUNTS Game: 39 vs. Centenary (1939) Game Since 1950: 14 vs. Kansas State (1996) Season – High: 78 (1981) Season – Low: 26 (2008)

RUSH DEFENSE Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed (Game): -45 vs. Arizona (1933) Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed (Since 1950): -13 vs. SMU (1992) Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed (Season): 871 (1932)

YARDS PENALIZED Game – High: 183 at Rice (2007) Game – Low: 5 vs. Texas A&M (1992), vs. Arkansas (1988) Season – High: 1,019 (2009)

PUNTING AVERAGE Game – High: 57.0 vs. Baylor (2004); 3 punts for 171 yards Game – Low: 24.4 at Oklahoma (2002); 5 punts for 122 yards Season – High: 44.2 (2006) Season – Low: 35.6 (2007)

FIRST DOWNS

PUNT RETURNS

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)

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)

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)

KICK RETURNS RETURNS Most Kickoff Returns (Season): 59 (2010) Most Kickoff Return Yards (Season): 1,319 (2010) Highest Kickoff Return Average (Season): 24.4 (2009) Most Kickoff Return Touchdowns (Season): 2 (1953)

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): 119 vs. Southeastern Louisiana (2006) 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); 7, Nebraska (2004) Most Takeaways (Season): 35 (1989) Most Opponent Fumbles (Game): 8, Baylor (1990) Most Opponent Fumbles (Season): 36 (2007) Most Opponent Fumbles Lost (Game): 4, Ohio State (1990), TCU (1993); Texas State (2011) Most Opponent Fumbles Lost (Season): 16 (1993), (1989) Most Interceptions (Game): 6 vs. New Mexico (1946), vs. Rice (1968), vs. Houston (1993) Most Interceptions (Season): 30 (1938) Most Interception Return Yards (Game): 160 vs. TCU (1990) Most Interception Return Yards (Season): 366 (1990) Most Interception Returns for Touchdowns (Game): 2 vs. Oklahoma State (2000) Most Interception Returns for TDs (Season): 3 (1994, 2001, 2008)

TURNOVER MARGIN Season – High: +12 (1991, 1993, 1997) Season – Low: -10 (2002)

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2011 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL STADIUM RECORDS STADIUM RECORD ATTENDANCE: 60,454– Texas Tech vs. Texas (Sept. 18, 2010) 60,454– Texas Tech vs. Oklahoma State (Oct. 16, 2010) FIRST GAME AT JONES AT&T STADIUM: Nov. 29, 1947; Texas Tech vs. Hardin-Simmons FIRST GAME ON ARTIFICIAL TURF: Sept. 12, 1970; Texas Tech vs. Tulane FIRST GAME ON FIELDTURF: Sept. 2, 2006; Texas Tech vs. SMU TEXAS TECH SUCCESS AT JONES AT&T STADIUM: In its 64th season at The Jones, Texas Tech is 330-160-13 at home. STADIUM RECORD ATTENDANCE FOR A SEASON OPENER: 57,528 – Texas Tech vs. SMU (Sept. 5, 2010) STADIUM RECORD ATTENDANCE FOR STUDENT ATTENDANCE: 12,910 – Texas Tech vs. SMU (Sept. 5, 2010) CONSECUTIVE HOME GAMES WITHOUT A LOSS AT JONES AT&T STADIUM: 12; began with 34-27 win over Oklahoma on Nov. 17, 2007, through 52-30 loss to Texas A&M on Oct. 24, 2009 WINNING SEASONS: Texas Tech has had 51 winning or non-losing seasons in 64 years at Jones AT&T Stadium. The last team to go undefeated at home was the 2008 squad with a record of 7-0.

GAME ATTENDANCE (since 1959) Season Gms Average 2011 6 55,347 2010 6 57,108 2009 7 50,249 2008 7 53,625 2007 6 51,911 2006 6 50,874 2005 7 50,972 2004 5 52,823 2003 6 49,608 2002 6 43,126 2001 6 46,101 2000 8 42,215 1999 5 45,894 1998 6 43,256 1997 6 41,906 1996 5 45,317 1995 5 39,218 1994 6 32,032 1993 5 33,318 1992 6 39,735 1991 6 37,905 1990 5 43,476 1989 6 37,983 1988 5 35,803 1987 7 31,132 1986 6 37,719 1985 6 36,392 1984 6 36,839 1983 6 39,459 1982 5 43,311 1981 6 41,398 1980 7 41,578 1979 6 46,083 1978 5 45,286 1977 5 43,557 1976 6 43,366 1975 6 39,584 1974 6 41,738 1973 6 39,412 1972 6 38,876 1971 5 36,914 1970 6 44,476 1969 5 39,150 1968 6 43,199 1967 5 40,978 1966 6 34,708 1965 7 35,979 1964 6 37,155 1963 6 32,333 1962 5 28,473 1961 6 22,583 1960 6 19,475 1959 4 17,116

High 59,260 60,454 57,733 56,333 55,491 56,158 55,755 55,413 53,135 52,047 52,649 53,027 53,513 50,647 50,513 51,344 51,205 45,591 50,748 50,741 50,577 50,276 50,743 49,682 42,625 44,820 50,148 50,722 52,109 52,041 50,081 50,132 52,991 54,012 55,008 54,187 52,254 51,082 50,102 52,187 44,380 53,124 49,000 50,352 48,240 48,155 45,619 47,100 38,000 42,000 38,500 32,000 23,000

TOP 16 ATTENDANCE FIGURES Attend Game 60,454 Tech vs. Texas 60,454 Tech vs. Ok State 59,260 Tech vs. Iowa State 58, 416 Tech vs. Texas A&M 57,733 Tech vs. Texas A&M 57,528 Tech vs. SMU 56,333 Tech vs. Texas 56,168 Tech vs. Texas 55,755 Tech vs. Texas A&M 55,667 Tech vs. Missouri 55,664 Tech vs. Nevada 55,491 Tech vs. Texas A&M 55,413 Tech vs. Texas 55, 084 Tech vs. Weber State 55,038 Tech vs. Oklahoma 55,008 Tech vs. Texas A&M

Season 2010 2010 2011 2011 2009 2010 2008 2006 2005 2010 2011 2007 2004 2010 2007 1977

Opponent Iowa State Texas/Okla. State Texas A&M Texas Texas A&M Texas Texas A&M Texas Oklahoma Texas Texas A&M Texas Texas A&M Texas Texas A&M Nebraska Texas A&M Texas Texas A&M Texas Texas A&M Texas Texas A&M Texas Texas A&M Texas Texas A&M Texas Texas A&M Texas Texas A&M Texas USC Texas Texas A&M Texas Texas A&M Texas Texas A&M Texas Texas A&M Texas Texas A&M SMU Texas A&M Texas Baylor Texas Texas A&M Texas Texas A&M SMU TCU

GAME RECORDS Most Home Games, Season: 9 games (1932) Most Home Games, Season (Since 1950): 8 (1994, 2000) Most Home Wins, Season: 7 games (1965, 2005, 2008) Most Home Losses, Season: 5 games (1944, 1950) Most Home Losses, Season (Since 1950): 4 games (1952, 1957, 1962, 1966, 1981, 1982, 1984, 1990) Most Home Ties, Season: 2 (1925) Most Home Ties, Season (Since 1950): 1 game (1954, 1956, 1968, 1979, 1981, 1983) Undefeated Home Seasons: 14 (Last: 2008) Longest Home Winning Streak: 13 (1939-42); before Jones AT&T Stadium Longest Home Losing Streak: 6 (1943-44) SINGLE GAME Most Points: 120 vs. Wayland (1925) Most Points (Since 1950): 80 vs. Sam Houston State (2005) Most Opponent Points: 61, Miami (Fla.) (1986) Most Combined Points: 120 (Texas Tech 120, Wayland 0 – 1925) Most Combined Points (Since 1950): 105 (Tech 70, TCU 35 – 2004) Widest Margin of Victory: 120 (Tech vs. Wayland – 1925) Widest Margin of Victory (Since 1950): 71-0 vs. New Mexico A&M (1953) MISCELLANEOUS Win-Lost Record: 330-159-13 Last Tie Game: vs. TCU, 10-10 (1983) SEASON Most Points: 367 (2005) Fewest Points: 20 (1928)

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FINAL NOTES: Texas Tech vs. Missouri