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TEXAS TECH FOOTBALL 2010 GAME NOTES vs. Weber State Jones AT&T Stadium, Lubbock, Texas November 20, 2010 • 2 p.m. (CT) • No Television THIRD WINNINGEST TEAM IN THE BIG 12 THIS CENTURY • 2010 ALAMO BOWL CHAMPIONS BIG 12 RECORD 16-STRAIGHT BOWL ELIGIBLE SEASONS • 2008 BIG 12 SOUTH CHAMPIONS

TEXAS TECH (5-5; 3-5 BIG 12) SEPTEMBER 5 SMU (ESPN) 11 at New Mexico (The Mtn.) 18 *Texas (ABC/ESPN2) OCTOBER 2 at *Iowa State (FCS) 9 vs. #*Baylor (FSN) 16 *Oklahoma State (FSN+) 23 at *Colorado 30 at *Texas A&M NOVEMBER 6 *Missouri (ABC) 13 at *Oklahoma (ABC) 20 Weber State 27 Houston (FSN) DECEMBER 4 &Big 12 Championship (ABC)

W, 35-27 W, 52-17 L, 14-24 L, 38-52 W, 45-38 L, 17-34 W, 27-24 L, 27-45 W, 24-17 L, 7-45 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

* = Big 12 Conference Game # = Cotton Bowl, Dallas, Texas & = Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, Texas

WEBER STATE (6-4; 5-3 BIG SKY) SEPTEMBER 4 at Boston College 11 *Northern Colorado 18 at *Sacramento State 25 UC Davis OCTOBER 2 *Eastern Washington 16 at *Idaho State 23 *Portland State 30 *Montana NOVEMBER 6 at *Montana State 13 at *Northern Arizona 20 at Texas Tech

L, 20-38 W, 50-47 L, 17-24 W, 20-9 L, 24-35 W, 16-13 W, 44-41 W, 30-21 L, 10-24 W, 27-26 2 p.m.

* = Big Sky Conference Game

TECH ENDS REGULAR-SEASON WITH BACK-TO-BACK HOME GAMES Texas Tech finally gets to come back home and stay as the Red Raiders will close out the regular-season with back-to-back non-conference games against Weber State (FCS) and Houston. The Red Raiders have been road warriors most of the season as Tech has played six of its first 10 games away from the friendly confines of Jones AT&T Stadium. Saturday’s game against Weber State will be another chance for the Red Raiders to become bowl eligible as Tech currently stands at 5-5 overall. FBS teams can count one FCS win towards bowl eligibility every four years. Saturday’s game will not be televised but fans all across the state and the country (via Sirius Satellite Radio) can tune into the action via the Texas Tech Sports Network. Brian Jensen, John Harris and Chris Level will have the call for the Texas Tech 2010 BIG 12 STANDINGS Sports Network beginning with the pre-game show at 1 p.m. SOUTH CONF OVERALL STK Oklahoma State

5-1

9-1

W3

OKLAHOMA TRIPS UP TECH 45-7 Oklahoma 4-2 8-2 W1 NORMAN, Okla. (AP) - Ryan Broyles caught three of Landry Jones’ five Texas A&M 4-2 7-3 W4 touchdown passes and broke a few more Oklahoma records, leading the Baylor 4-3 7-4 L2 19th-ranked Sooners to a 45-7 victory against Texas Tech on Saturday. Texas Tech 3-5 5-5 L1 Broyles caught eight passes for 119 yards and broke Mark Clayton’s Texas 2-5 4-6 L4 career records for receptions and touchdown catches at Oklahoma (8-2, 4-2 Big 12). He also eclipsed his own mark for catches in a season and CONF OVERALL STK now holds almost every significant receiving record at the school. Broyles NORTH 5-1 9-1 W4 tumbled backward into the end zone after an acrobatic 29-yard catch in Nebraska 4-2 8-2 W1 the second quarter and later added an 18-yard touchdown catch and a Missouri 4-3 7-3 W2 leaping 8-yard TD grab on a fade route. Texas Tech (5-5, 3-5) scored on Kansas State 3-4 5-6 L2 Detron Lewis’ touchdown pass to fellow receiver Darrin Moore out of the Iowa State 1-5 4-6 W1 wildcat formation but then gave up 38 straight points. Jones surpassed Colorado 1-5 3-7 L1 300 yards passing for the seventh time this season, completing 22 of 29 Kansas passes for 317 yards. He also had a 12-yard touchdown pass to DeMarco Murray on Oklahoma’s first possession and a 59-yard score on a deep ball to Kenny Stills. It was the third straight blowout by the home team in the series. The Sooners came up with a memorable 65-21 rout against the No. 2 Red Raiders two years ago, derailing Tech’s bid at perfection in the next-to-last game of the regular season. The stakes weren’t nearly so high in this one. Oklahoma bounced back from its fourth straight conference road loss to stretch the nation’s longest home winning streak to 36, in the process keeping alive its chances of winning the Big 12 South title.

GAME INFORMATION Date/Time: Location: Radio:

Saturday, November 20, 2010 at 2 p.m. (CT) Lubbock, Texas. (Jones AT&T Stadium, 60,454) Texas Tech Sports Network from Learfield Sports Brian Jensen (Play-by-Play/11th Season), John Harris (Analyst/28th Season), Chris Level (Sidelines/1st Season), Steve Pitts (Engineer/32nd Season) National Radio: None Satellite Radio: Sirius Channel 154 Television: None On The Web: No live video streaming will be available due to Big 12 policy Live in-game statistics and other coverage can be found at www.texastech.com

TEXAS TECH RED RAIDERS

WEBER STATE

Record: Rankings

5-5; 3-5 BIG 12 None

Record: Rankings:

6-4 None

Last Game

L, at No. 16 Oklahoma (7-45)

Last Game:

W, at Northern Arizona (27-26)

Head Coach: Career Record: Record at Tech: vs. Weber State

Tommy Tuberville 115-65 (15 Seasons) 5-5 (First Season) 0-0

Head Coach: Career Record: Record at Weber St.: vs. Texas Tech:

Ron McBride 119-89 (18 Years) 31-26 (5 Years) 0-0

JONES AT&T STADIUM Location ________ Corner of Marsha Sharp Freeway _________________________and University Ave. Capacity __________________________ 60,454 Tickets __________________________ Available Ticket Office _________________ (888) GO-BIG12 ________________________www.texastech.com

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2010 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS

Blayne Beal Assistant Athletics Director

Scott Lacefield Associate Director

TEXAS TECH SPORTS NETWORK

Brandon Ireton Assistant Director

WWW.TEXASTECH.COM

BIG 12 TELECONFERENCE

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS (806) 742-2770 • (806) 742-1970 - fax Assistant 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 Director/Communications Brandon Ireton Office ______________ (806) 742-2770 Cell ________________ (325) 998-0753 Email __________ brandon.ireton@ttu.edu

VIDEO HIGHLIGHT WEBSITE

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:

Beginning Monday, August 30, Texas Tech Athletics will provide broadcast quality highlights of it’s weekly press conferences and games through an FTP site hosted by Texas Tech University. Members of the media can download files in both QuickTime and AVI through this FTP server.

TIME COACH 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 11:30 Mack Brown, Texas 11:40 Dan Hawkins, Colorado Bob Burda 11:50 Bo Pelini, Nebraska Big 12 Football Contact

Highlights from each individual game and postgame press conferences along with Monday press conferences will be 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 12 institutions and the conference office. For a username and password, contact Ted Gangi at webmaster@collegepressbox.com.

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 Red Raider Sports Weekly, the official television show of Texas Tech Athletics, will debut on Saturday, Sept. 5 across the state, the region and the nation. LISTINGS Fox College Sports (National)

Mondays Tuesdays FSN Southwest (Regional) TBA Time Warner Texas Channel Tuesdays KTAB-TV 32 (Abilene) Sunday KCPN-TV 33 (Amarillo) Sunday KUIL/MYTX (Beaumont/Port A.) TBA Fox 34 (Lubbock) Sunday My Lubbock TV Sunday KWES-TV 9 (Midland-Odessa) Sunday KYTX/MYTX (Tyler-Longview) TBA KCEN/KYTX (Waco-Temple-Bryan) TBA

1:30 p.m./7:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. TBA 6 p.m. 11:05 p.m. 10:30 p.m. TBA 10 p.m. 10:30 p.m. 11:30 p.m. TBA TBA

TOMMY TUBERVILLE RADIO SHOW Red Raider Football with Tommy Tuberville will air live each Thursday evening (beginning on Sept. 2) 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. Chris Level, Host

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, Assistant 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 stadium club at Jones AT&T Stadium. The stadium club is located in the west stadium building and media members will enter the building through the main 50-yard line entrance. 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 11:30 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 SMU and all the way through the bowl season. Brian Jensen (play-by-play) and John Harris (color analyst) return to the broadcast booth but will be joined on the sidelines by Lubbock radio personality Chris Level (sidelines), who begins his first season as part of the broadcast crew.

2010 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 Austin ________ KZNX-AM ________________ 1530 Big Spring______ KBST-FM __________________95.7 Brownwood ____ KXYL-FM __________________96.9 Corsicana ______ KAND-AM ________________ 1340 Dallas ________ KFXR-AM_________________ 1190 Dallas /Decatur __ KDKR-FM__________________91.3 Eastland _______ KATX-FM__________________97.7 Eastland _______ KEAS-AM_________________ 1590 El Paso________ KHEY-AM_________________ 1380 Fredericksburg___ KNAF-AM _________________ 910 Hereford _______ KPAN-AM _________________ 860 Hobbs, NM _____ KHOB-AM ________________ 1390 Houston _______ KPRC-AM ______________ 950 (HD) 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 Marble Falls ____ KBEY-FM __________________92.5 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 _____ KDCD-FM__________________92.9 San Antonio ____ KZDC-AM ________________ 1250 Seminole ______ KSEM-FM ________________ 106.3 Sweetwater ____ KXOX-AM ________________ 1240 Tyler _________ KTBB-AM _________________ 600 Tyler _________ KYZS-AM____________ 600 or 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. Due to Big 12 regulations, there will be NO live video streams of any Texas Tech home football games in 2010.

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2010 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL

“THE RIVERBOAT GAMBLER” IS NOW THE

HIGH PLAINS COMMANDER HEAD COACH TOMMY TUBERVILLE

S

eeking the chance to take the Big 12’s third winningest program to new heights, Tommy Tuberville was named the 14th head coach in school history on January 10, 2010. Tuberville inherits a program that has been bowl eligible for a Big 12 record 16 consecutive seasons and has won 29 games in the last three seasons. His SEC coaching pedigree suggests that his impact on the Red Raider program will be substantial and his first test will arrive on Sept. 5 when Texas Tech opens the 2010 season at home against the SMU Mustangs. 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 Virginia Tech, 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. Since 2000, the program is tied for the best conference record among SEC teams with a mark of 47-17 (.734). Tuberville has directed Auburn to eight consecutive bowl appearances, including five New Year’s Day bowl berths and three consecutive January 1 bowl games from 2005-07. Tuberville built an Auburn program that excelled both on and off the field. Players flourished under Tuberville’s guidance as Auburn earned 36 first-team All-Southeastern Conference awards, eight All-America honors, 26 SEC All-Freshmen accolades, 57 SEC Player of the Week honors, two SEC Player of the Year awards, two Jacobs Awards presented annually to the league’s top blocker and one Most Valuable Player of the SEC Championship game. Thirty-two players have been selected in the NFL Draft including an SEC-record four in the first round of the 2005 Draft. Running backs Ronnie Brown and Carnell Williams were taken second and fifth respectively, while cornerback Carlos Rogers was selected ninth overall and quarterback Jason Campbell was picked 25th in the first round. It also marked the first time in NFL Draft history that an entire backfield from the same team was taken in the first round. Since 2004, 26 Auburn players have been drafted, including 22 in the last five drafts. Of those 22 selections since 2005, almost half have been selected in the first two rounds; five first-round selections and five second- round picks.

Carnell Williams earned NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year honors in 2005, while in 2006 Marcus McNeill became the first NFL rookie offensive lineman in 16 years to start in the Pro Bowl. McNeill was named to the 2007 Pro Bowl making him just the second NFL lineman ever to be named to the Pro Bowl in their first two years. The East team head coach at the 2006 Hula Bowl, Tuberville is currently on the Board of Trustees of the American Football Coaches Association and is serving a three-year term on the AFCA rules committee. For his numerous achievements during his career, Tuberville was inducted into the Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame in February, 2008. Off the field, Auburn earned more than 81 SEC Academic Honor Roll distinctions during Tuberville’s tenure, and when the NCAA released its Academic Progress Report (APR) in February 2006, Auburn football had a multi-year score of 981, which was the highest score among public BCS conference institutions. The program received public recognition from the NCAA for being in the top 10 percentile nationally and was one of only four BCS institutions to earn such distinctions. Tuberville’s community service reached well beyond the local, state and national level in May 2008, when he participated in the inaugural Armed Forces Entertainment Coaches Tour in the Middle East with fellow college coaches Mark Richt of Georgia, Randy Shannon of Miami (Fla.), Jack Siedlecki of Yale and Charlie Weis of Notre Dame. With a mission to help boost troop morale, the six-day tour made stops at military bases in Germany, Qatar, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates and a visit to the USS Nassau in the Persian Gulf. In addition, Tuberville continually stresses the importance of participating in community service projects to Auburn’s football team. Auburn football players regularly read at local schools, serve as mentors and visit with the elderly. The last two summers, the football team spent a day working at Story Book Farm which is a non-profit organization that provides therapeutic horseback riding for children suffering from disabilities, chronic illnesses or those who have suffered a loss. Tuberville understands the process and commitment it takes to build a successful program. Coaching stops at perennial college football powers University of Miami and Texas A&M and a four-year head coaching stint at the University of Mississippi gave him the background in building and maintaining a successful program. 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 1999-08 1995-98 1994 1993 1986-92 1980-84 Career Record PERSONAL Name: Born: Hometown: Wife: Children: Education:

Head Coach, Texas Tech University Head Coach, Auburn University Head Coach, University of Mississippi Defensive Coordinator, Texas A&M Defensive Coordinator, University of Miami Defensive Coach, University of Miami Assistant Coach, Arkansas State University

5-5 85-40 25-20

115-65

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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2010 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL THIS WEEK IN RED RAIDER FOOTBALL SUNDAY

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

Practice: 4:45 p.m.

Big 12 Teleconference 10:50 a.m. (Tuberville)

Practice - 3:45 p.m.

Practice - 3:45 p.m.

Practice - 3:45 p.m.

No Practice

Raider Walk 1:40 p.m.

Tuberville, players available post-practice

Tubverville available post-practice

No availability

No availability

Coordinators available post-practice

Media Luncheon 11 a.m. (Stadium Club) No Practice

TEXAS TECH AND WEBER STATE Texas Tech and Weber State will be meeting for the first time on Saturday afternoon. TECH VS. FCS OPPONENTS - THIS CENTURY • Texas Tech 38, North Dakota 13 (2009) • Texas Tech 49, Eastern Washington 24 (2008) • Texas Tech 75, Northwestern State 7 (2007) • Texas Tech 62, Southeastern Louisiana 0 (2006) • Texas Tech 80, Sam Houston State 21 (2005) • Texas Tech 63, Indiana State 7 (2005) • Texas Tech 58, Stephen F. Austin 3 (2001) LOOKING FOR NO. 6 Texas Tech will be in search of its sixth win of the season on Saturday and if they get it - that will make the Red Raiders bowl eligible. Texas Tech is currently riding a 17-year streak of being bowl eligible which is the longest active streak in the Big 12 Conference. The Red Raiders will also be looking to secure their 11th consecutive bowl bid, a streak that began with an appearance in the galleryfurniture.com Bowl back in 2000. SENIOR SALUTE Texas Tech will recognize its 2010 senior class prior to Saturday’s game against Weber State. This year’s senior class includes: Acevedo, Gerardo Barbee, Britton Bird, Bront Duncan, Bria Emert, Blake Kelley, Blake Leong, Lyle McCorkle, Andre Moore, Laron

Aguilar, Mike Batch, Baron Brydon, Jonathan Elder, Jeremy Howard, Julius LaCour, Jonathan Lewis, Detron Mitchem, Frankie Olson, Chris

Kickoff vs. Weber St. 2 p.m. Jones AT&T Stadium

Coach Tuberville Radio Show - 6-7 p.m. Ruby Tequila’s (S. Univ.)

Potts, Taylor Whitlock, Colby

Sheffield, Steven Williams, Matt

THAT’S A WRAP Texas Tech wrapped up the Big 12 portion of its 2010 schedule on Saturday afternoon with a 45-7 loss at No. 16 Oklahoma. The Sooners extended their nation-leading home win streak to 36 games with the win over Tech. The setback to OU gave the Red Raiders a final 3-5 mark in Big 12 Conference play. Tech finished 2-1 against the Big 12 North but just 1-4 against the South Division. The last time Tech finished under .500 in Big 12 play was in 2000 during Mike Leach’s first season as head coach. ODD SCHEDULING Texas Tech is in the midst of one of its most unusual schedules in school history. Tech ends the year with two non-conference games after ESPN moved the Tech-Texas game to early September to accomodate a national broadcast on ABC. Tech also was forced to move a home game with TCU back and that left the Red Raiders with an open home game late in November, which was filled with Weber State. Tech and Baylor also moved their game to the Cotton Bowl in Dallas during the State Fair in October and that also left another open date in November, which is where the Houston game comes into play. For the foreseeable future, Tech is expected to play Baylor on the Saturday following Thanksgiving and most likely at a neutral site. SIFTING THROUGH THE CARNAGE To say the Red Raiders have been spending a lot of time in the training room, would be an understatement. After not suffering a single injury in the last 10 years (hopefully you get the joke), the injury bug has caught up with the Red Raiders in 2010. Since training camp began, 15 players have missed playing time or had their season come to an end due to injuries. Britton Barbee (Achilles Tear - suffered in training camp) Aundrey Barr (knee surgery on Oct. 13)

Terrance Bullitt (broken hand - missed Colorado game) Beau Carpenter (Appendectomy - forced to redshirt) Jared Flannel (Achilles Tear - suffered in training camp) Will Ford (hamstring) Jacoby Franks (broken right foot - suffered at Colorado) Kerry Hyder (hamstring - missed Colorado game) Harrison Jeffers (concussion - missed SMU game) DJ Johnson (hamstring - missed MU game) LaRon Moore (broken leg in spring training - missed four games) Mickey Okafor (concussion - missed SMU and UNM games) Chris Perry (broken hand - missed CU and A&M games) Scott Smith (not an injury but was suspended after ISU game) Alex Torres (knee surgery on Nov. 1 - missed Mizzou game) Austin Zouzalik (Appendectomy - missed SMU game) INJURY UPDATE • Junior receiver Jacoby Franks suffered a broken right foot in Saturday’s game at Colorado. Status at Oklahoma: Out • Sophomore receiver Alex Torres left the Texas A&M game due to a knee injury. Status vs. Weber State: Clear • Sophomore defensive back DJ Johnson left the game at Texas A&M (hamstring) and did not return. Johnson did not play against Missouri. Status vs. Weber State: Will play BRIEFLY ... • Saturday’s game against Weber State will not be televised. Texas Tech will end the regular-season by making nine appearances on television (3 on ABC, 3 on FSN, 1 on ESPN, 1 on FCS and 1 on The Mtn.) The regular-season finale against Houston will be televised nationally on FSN. • Texas Tech has not closed a season with back-to-back home games since 2001. In 2001, Tech was forced to add a game with Stephen F. Austin over Thanksgiving weekend due to the events that transpired on Sept. 11. Tech’s game at UTEP was

NATIONAL POLLS ASSOCIATED PRESS (Nov. 14)

TEAM RECORD POINTS 1. Oregon (38) _____________ 10-0 ___________ 1,469 2. Auburn (12) _____________ 11-0 ___________ 1,427 3. Boise State (9) ____________ 9-0 ___________ 1,377 4. TCU (1) ________________ 11-0 ___________ 1,361 5. LSU ___________________ 9-1 ___________ 1,220 6. Wisconsin _______________ 9-1 ___________ 1,220 7. Stanford ________________ 9-1 ___________ 1,129 8. Ohio State _______________ 9-1 ___________ 1,073 9. Nebraska ________________ 9-1 ___________ 1,051 10. Alabama ________________ 8-2 _____________ 916 11. Michigan State ____________ 9-1 _____________ 910 12. Oklahoma State __________ 9-1 _____________879 13. Arkansas ________________ 8-2 _____________ 816 14. Virginia Tech _____________ 8-2 _____________ 671 15. Missouri________________ 8-2 _____________624 16. Oklahoma _______________ 8-2 _____________611 17. South Carolina ____________ 7-3 _____________ 520 18. Texas A&M _____________ 7-3 _____________413 19. Nevada _________________ 9-1 _____________ 412 20. USC ___________________ 7-3 _____________ 310 21. Iowa ___________________ 7-3 _____________ 251 22. Mississippi State __________ 7-3 _____________ 222 23. Arizona _________________ 7-3 _____________ 156 24. Miami, Fla. _______________ 7-3 _____________ 107 25. Utah ___________________ 8-2 _____________ 105 OPPONENTS RECEIVING VOTES: None

USA TODAY/COACHES (Nov. 14)

TEAM RECORD POINTS 1. Oregon (46) _____________ 10-0 ___________ 1,457 2. Auburn (6) ______________ 11-0 ___________ 1,397 3. Boise State (5) ____________ 9-0 ___________ 1,329 4. TCU (2) ________________ 11-0 ___________ 1,318 5. Wisconsin _______________ 9-1 ___________ 1,197 6. LSU ___________________ 9-1 ___________ 1,175 7. Ohio State _______________ 9-1 ___________ 1,107 8. Stanford ________________ 9-1 ___________ 1,066 9. Nebraska ________________ 9-1 ___________ 1,061 10. Oklahoma State __________ 9-1 _____________913 11. Michigan State ____________ 9-1 _____________ 892 12. Alabama ________________ 8-2 _____________ 828 13. Arkansas ________________ 8-2 _____________ 745 14. Oklahoma _______________ 8-2 _____________683 15. Virginia Tech _____________ 8-2 _____________ 673 16. Missouri________________ 8-2 _____________583 17. South Carolina ____________ 7-3 _____________ 521 18. Nevada _________________ 9-1 _____________ 422 19. Texas A&M _____________ 7-3 _____________359 20. Iowa ___________________ 7-3 _____________ 298 21. Miami, Fla. _______________ 8-1 _____________ 328 22. Mississippi State __________ 7-3 _____________ 184 23. Arizona _________________ 7-3 _____________ 164 24. Utah ___________________ 8-2 _____________ 140 25. Northwestern _____________ 7-3 ______________93 OPPONENTS RECEIVING VOTES: Baylor (30)

BCS POLL (Nov. 14) 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 RECORD BCS AVG. Oregon ________________ 10-0 ___________ .9753 Auburn ________________ 11-0 ___________ .9687 TCU __________________ 11-0 ___________ .8966 Boise State ______________ 9-0 ___________ .8634 LSU ___________________ 9-1 ___________ .8243 Stanford ________________ 9-1 ___________ .7553 Wisconsin _______________ 9-1 ___________ .7258 Nebraska ________________ 9-1 ___________ .7203 Ohio State _______________ 9-1 ___________ .6674 Oklahoma State __________ 9-1 ___________ .6601 Alabama ________________ 8-2 ___________ .6151 Michigan State ____________ 9-1 ___________ .6066 Arkansas ________________ 8-2 ___________ .5133 Oklahoma _______________ 8-2 ___________ .4728 Missouri________________ 8-2 ___________ .4563 Virginia Tech _____________ 8-2 ___________ .3676 South Carolina ____________ 7-3 ___________ .3244 Nevada _________________ 9-1 ___________ .3016 Texas A&M _____________ 7-3 ___________ .2788 Iowa ___________________ 7-3 ___________ .2190 Mississippi State __________ 7-3 ___________ .1770 Arizona _________________ 7-3 ___________ .1413 Utah ___________________ 8-2 ___________ .1109 Miami, Fla. _______________ 7-3 ___________ .0885 Florida State _____________ 7-3 ___________ .0415

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2010 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL cancelled that week and the SFA game was added. • Texas Tech needs one more win to become bowl eligible for the 18th consecutive year. The Weber State game can count towards bowl eligibility for the Red Raiders since Tech has never had to count an FCS win in the past. • Texas Tech has strung together seven consecutive games with 100-plus team rushing yards which is the longest streak since the 2008 season. The 2008 team tallied 100-plus rushing yards in its first 10 games of the season before being held to just 45 in a loss at Oklahoma. • Texas Tech scored on its first possession on Saturday at Oklahoma and that marked the first time since the Baylor game that the Red Raider offense converted the opening drive into points. On the year, Tech has done that just three times (at New Mexico, vs. Baylor and at Oklahoma). • Senior receiver Detron Lewis became the first non-quarterback to throw a touchdown pass in 15-plus years on Saturday when he threw a three-yard strike to Darrin Moore out of the Wildcat formation. • Sophomore receiver Alex Torres returned to action at Oklahoma after missing last week’s game against Missouri due to having his right knee scoped. He caught two passes in today’s game to go over the 100 career receptions mark and is one of five receivers on the team with 100-plus receptions. Torres achieved the 100 career reception mark in his 21st career game and is the fastest Tech receiver since Michael Crabtree (needed only seven games) to reach 100 career receptions. • Senior quarterback Taylor Potts moved into fourth place on the school’s career passing list as he threw for 136 yards in the game against Oklahoma. A LOOK AT QUARTERBACK TAYLOR POTTS Texas Tech senior quarterback Taylor Potts, recently named to the Manning Award watch list, is slowly climbing the Texas Tech record book: • Against Missouri, he tossed the 50th touchdown pass of his career and he is now one of only four quarterbacks in school history to tally 50-plus career passing touchdowns. Career Passing • Needs 8 passing touchdowns to tie for 3rd place (career passing touchdowns) • Needs 1,088 passing yards to move into 3rd place (career passing yardage) • Needs 19 passing attempts to move into 5th place (career passing attempts) • Needs 30 passing attempts to move into 4th place (career passing attempts) • Needs 92 passing attempts to move into 3rd place (career passing attempts) Career Total Offense • Needs 8 touchdowns responsible for to tie for 5th place (career TD responsible for) • Needs 120 attempts to move into 6th place (career attempts) • Needs 870 yards of total offense to move into 4th place (career total offense) Single-Season Passing • Needs 1 passing touchdowns to tie for 8th place (single-season passing touchdowns) • Needs 2 passing touchdowns to move into 8th place (single-season passing touchdowns) • Needs 7 passing touchdowns to tie for 7th place (single-season passing touchdowns) • Needs 8 passing touchdowns to tie for 6th place (single-season passing touchdowns) Single-Season Total Offense • Needs 1 touchdowns responsible for to tie for 8th place (singleseason TD responsible for) • Needs 2 touchdowns responsible for to move into 8th place (singleseason TD responsible for) • Needs 10 touchdowns responsible for to tie for 6th place (singleseason TD responsible for)

National Rankings • Third in the nation in passing with 273 completions (27.3 average-per-game. • Tied for third nationally with 24 touchdown passes. • Ranks 15th nationally in passing yards per-game (271.2). • Ranks 23rd nationally in total offense (265.5). • Ranks 13th nationally in total passing yards (2,712).

SATURDAY NIGHT LIGHTS The Missouri Tigers are the latest victim to the Saturday Night Lights at Jones AT&T Stadium. The 14th-ranked Tigers saw firsthand just how rowdy “The Jones” can be on a Saturday night and the result was a 24-17 Red Raider upset. The win over Missouri pushed Texas Tech’s record to 33-8 under the light’s at Jones AT&T Stadium this century. WOUNDED WARRIOR GAME WAS A SUCCESS Texas Tech and Utah took the national stage as the official “Wounded Warrior Project” games for 2010 and the Red Raiders took advantage with a 24-17 upset win over No. 14 Missouri. Decked out in black/camouflage uniforms, Texas Tech and Under Armour paid tribute to our military heroes and afterwards three of the Wounded Warriors were presented game balls from Coach Tuberville. Anthony Villarreal, Mike Owens and Chad Flemming walked with the team through Raider Walk and then were guests on the sideline on Saturday. The three men brought good luck to the Red Raiders and earned high praise in the locker room from the coaches and players for their personal sacrifices for our country. The jerseys worn by Texas Tech will go on auction at www.texastech.com on Monday, Nov. 8, with the winning bids awarded on Nov. 22. All proceeds from the auction will go directly to the Wounded Warrior Project. THAT’S A FIRST The win over Missouri was not only the first over the Tigers since 2002 but also marked the first time that Tech defeated Missouri and Colorado in the same season. The Tigers and Buffaloes have been nemesis’ of the Red Raiders since the league began in 1996. Prior to Saturday night, Tech had never defeated Missouri and Colorado in the same season. Tech’s win over the Tigers also gave Tech a final mark of 2-1 against the Big 12 North Division. LOOK OUT Don’t look now but the stat sheet from Tech’s win over Missouri will reveal something that has not been seen from a Red Raider team this century. In Tech’s 24-17 win over the Tigers, the Red Raiders had more rushing attempts than pass attempts (51 rush and 50 pass). Additionally, the 51 rushing attempts were the most by a Tech offensive unit since the 1999 squad rushed 55 times in a game at Texas. The run game paid off for the Red Raiders as Tech gained 198 yards on the ground and produced its first 100-yard individual rusher of the season (Baron Batch - 134 yards). • In all, Texas Tech tallied 101 total plays against the Tigers and that was the most for the Red Raiders since running 111 total plays at home against Iowa State in 2003. BATCH JOINS THE 2,000/1,000 CLUB Senior running back Baron Batch reached the 2,000/1,000 yard club against Missouri as he has rushed for over 2,000 yards in his career and hauled in over 1,000 career receiving yards. Batch needed five receiving yards heading into the Missouri game to join the exclusive club and ended the night with 14 receiving yards. • Batch set a new career high for carries as he ran the ball 28 times for 134 yards against the Tigers. • Tallied his longest run of the season at Oklahoma, with a 37yard scamper. STEPHENS SETS ANOTHER RETURN RECORD Sophomore Eric Stephens became the school’s all-time career kickoff return yardage leader against Baylor as he picked up 37 return yards which was enough to move him into first place. Stephens edged former Red Raider great and current college football hall of fame member Donny Anderson who previously held the record of 1,309 that he set between 1963-65. He added another school record to his belt at Colorado as he surpassed Anderson’s career record for kickoff returns (56) with three in the game against the Buffaloes. Against Missouri, Stephens shattered the single-season kickoff return record for yardage that he set himself during his freshman season in 2009. • Now has a school record 1,713 career kickoff return yards. • Owns a school record 68 career kickoff returns. • Has set the single-season kickoff return record twice (as a freshman and sophomore) during his career. SHEFFIELD STARTS/POTTS FINISHES Senior quarterback Steven Sheffield made his first start of the season against Missouri. Prior to the Missouri game, senior

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2010 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL TECH’S RECORD WHEN Overall Record ................................................................5-5 Big 12 Record .................................................................3-5 Non-Conference ............................................................. 2-0 Home ..............................................................................2-2 Away ..............................................................................2-3 Neutral ...........................................................................1-0 Current Streak ....................................................... Lost One Current Home Streak ............................................. Won One Current Road Streak ............................................. Lost Two Current Bowl Streak .............................................. Won One Last Win ................................24-17 vs. Missouri (11/06/10) Last Loss ................................45-7 at Oklahoma (11/13/10) Day Games ......................................................................3-3 Night Games ....................................................................2-2 On Television ..................................................................4-3 ABC ................................................................................1-2 FSN ................................................................................1-0 ESPN ...............................................................................1-0 ESPN2 .............................................................................0-1 FCS .................................................................................0-1 Fox Sports Plus................................................................0-1 The Mtn...........................................................................1-0 August .............................................................................0-0 September ......................................................................2-1 October ..........................................................................2-3 November .......................................................................1-1 January ...........................................................................0-0 Against Teams In Top 25 ................................................1-3 Against Teams In Top 15 ................................................1-1 Against Teams In Top 10 ................................................0-1 vs. Non-Ranked Teams ....................................................4-1 On Natural Grass ............................................................3-3 On Field Turf ...................................................................2-2 When Tech Scores First ..................................................2-1 Opponent Scores First .....................................................3-4 Come-From-Behind Wins ..................................................2-0 Leading After First Quarter .............................................2-1 Behind After First Quarter ...............................................2-4 Tied After First Quarter ..................................................1-0 Leading At Halftime ........................................................3-0 Behind At Halftime ..........................................................2-4 Tied At Halftime .............................................................0-1 Leading After Third Quarter ............................................4-0 Behind After Third Quarter ..............................................1-4 Tied After Third Quarter .................................................0-1 Overtime .........................................................................0-0 Scoring 20 points or less .................................................0-3 Scoring 20 points or more ...............................................4-1 Scoring 30+ points .........................................................3-1 Allowing 20 points or less ...............................................2-0 Allowing 10 points or less ...............................................0-0 With a 100-yard rusher ...................................................1-0 Allowing a 100-yard rusher .............................................1-3 With a 300-yard passer ...................................................1-1 With a 400-yard passer ...................................................1-0 With a 500-yard passer....................................................0-0 Allowing a 300-yard passer ............................................2-2 Allowing a 400-yard passer ............................................0-2 More Total Offense Than Opponent ................................5-1 Total Offense 300-plus yards ..........................................4-3 Total Offense 400-plus yards ..........................................4-2 Total Offense 500-plus yards ..........................................1-1 Allowing 300-plus yards total offense .............................5-5 No Turnovers ..................................................................1-0 Less Than Three Turnovers .............................................5-2 Three Or More Turnovers ................................................0-3 No Takeaways ................................................................2-1 Three Or More Takeaways ..............................................2-2 Fewer Turnovers .............................................................2-1 Equal Turnovers ..............................................................0-2 More Turnovers ..............................................................3-2 Won Time of Possession .................................................1-1 Opponent Controls Time Of Possession ...........................4-4

quarterback Taylor Potts had made all eight previous starts. The game represented the third career start for Sheffield and his first since leading the Red Raiders to a 31-10 road win over No. 15 Nebraska on Oct. 17, 2009. • Senior quarterback Taylor Potts entered the game with five minutes remaining in the second quarter. Potts engineered Tech’s only touchdown drive of the half that covered 16 plays/82 yards and ended with an eight-yard touchdown pass to Detron Lewis. The touchdown pass pulled Tech to within one touchdown at 17-10. • Potts led Tech to another touchdown on the first possession of the second half that ended in a 16-yard TD strike to Lyle Leong. The touchdown pass was the 50th of his career and he became one of just four QB’s in Tech history to reach 50 career touchdown passes. • Potts finished the night with 188 passing yards (19-of-28 with one interception) along with three touchdown passes. LEONG MOVES INTO THIRD PLACE Lyle Leong caught two touchdown passes against Missouri marking his fifth multiple touchdown performance of the season and the ninth of his career. Leong now has 28 career touchdowns, which places him third in Texas Tech career history for receiving touchdowns. His two touchdown receptions gives him 15 this season and puts him in sole possession for third place on the Tech single-season list. • Ranks second nationally in receiving touchdowns with 15. • Tied for ninth nationally in scoring with an average of 10 points-per-game. LEWIS MOVES UP ON SCHOOL CHARTS • Needs 2 receptions to move into 5th place (career receptions) • Needs 9 receptions to move into 4th place (career receptions) • Needs 17 receptions to move into 3rd place (career receptions) • Needs 173 yards to move into 7th place (career yards) • Has at least one reception in 37 consecutive games dating back to Jan. 1, 2008, against Virginia in the Gator Bowl... also owns a streak of 24 straight games with a catch during Big 12 competition which covers the entire 2008, 2009 and 2010 seasons. LEWIS/LEONG ARE STREAKING • Senior receiver Detron Lewis has at least one reception in 37 consecutive games dating back to Jan. 1, 2008, against Virginia in the Gator Bowl... also owns a streak of 24-straight games with a catch during Big 12 competition which covers the entire 2008, 2009 and 2010 seasons. • Senior receiver Lyle Leong has at least one reception in 33 consecutive games dating back to Sept. 20, 2008, against UMASS at Jones AT&T Stadium... also owns a streak of 24-straight games with a catch during Big 12 competition which covers the entire 2008, 2009 and 2010 seasons. BIRD ANCHORING THE TECH DEFENSE Senior linebacker Bront Bird’s move to middle linebacker has paid off greatly as he leads the team with 89 total tackles. Along with his 89 tackles, he owns 4 1/2 tackles for a loss, one sack and two interceptions. GRAVES SHINES IN HIS FIRST START Redshirt freshman Pearlie Graves shined in his Red Raider debut on at Colorado and has given Texas Tech defensive coordinator James Willis something to smile about. Graves, a four-star recruit out of Tulsa, Okla., had spent most of the season on the scout team but earned his stripes the week prior to the CU game and then turned in a huge game against the Buffaloes. Graves finished the CU game with two quarterback sacks and another tackle for a loss to give him three tackles on the afternoon. His contributions couldn’t have come at a better time in the year due to the injuries that have been sustained defensively. • Made his first career start at Texas A&M the following week and finished the game with seven tackles, including 1.5 for a loss. TORRES LEADS TECH AT COLORADO For the first time this season, Red Raider fans got a glimpse at the REAL Alex Torres. Hampered by a lower back injury most of the season, Torres finally turned in one of those big games that he can been accustomed to his freshman season. Torres led the Red Raider offense with 133 receiving yards on Saturday and hauled in one touchdown pass.

• Saturday’s game marked the third game of his career with 100-plus receiving yards. • Has caught at least two passes in all 19 games of his collegiate career. • Was the team’s leading receiver in 2009 with 806 yards. NEW JONES AT&T STADIUM RECORD - AGAIN Texas Tech tied the Jones AT&T Stadium attendance record against Oklahoma State. The 60,454 fans in attendance equaled the school record set earlier this season against Texas on Sept. 18. TECH ON TRACK FOR ATTENDANCE RECORD Texas Tech is well on its way to establishing a new single-season record for home attendance. The current record is 53,625 set during the 2008 season and so far in 2010, Texas Tech is averaging 58,525 fans-per-game. 2010 Season Attendance Sept. 5 SMU 57,582 Sept. 18 Texas 60,454 Oct. 16 Oklahoma State 60,454 Nov. 6 Missouri 55,667 Total 234,157 • Additionally, Texas Tech has played in front of 45,000 fans at home for 34 consecutive home dates (school record). SECONDARY SURPASSES 2009 TOTAL The Texas Tech secondary has been opportunistic in the first nine games of the 2010 season as the group has racked up 11 interceptions. The 2009 team finished the year with just 10 total interceptions. AGAINST BAYLOR, THE TECH OFFENSE ... • Posted a season-high 635 yards of total offense. This total is the most since racking up 739 yards against Kansas State last season. • Scored 45 points, second highest total of season behind the 52 scored at New Mexico on Sept. 11. • Posted the most first downs (35) in a game since totaling 31 in last year’s Alamo Bowl win over Michigan State. • Logged the most passing yards (462) since the Kansas State game (554) last season. • Ran 95 total plays, which is the most since running 111 against Iowa State in 2003. POTTS SETS COTTON BOWL PASSING RECORD Senior quarterback Taylor Potts silenced his critics on Oct. 9 with a spectacular performance against the Baylor Bears in the Cotton Bowl. Potts led the Red Raiders to a 45-38 win over the Bears and in the process established the following records: • Established a new career high in passing with 462 yards (21st most in school history and a Cotton Bowl Stadium record) through the air. His previous high was 456 set against Rice last season. • The 462 passing yards is the third most all-time on a neutral field for a Tech quarterback and the most since Sonny Cumbie compiled 520 against California in the Holiday Bowl in 2004. • The game marked the 10th 300-plus yard passing game of his career. • Became the sixth quarterback in Texas Tech history to tally 500-plus completions in his career. He now owns 525 career completions. Big 12’s Top Passing Games - 2010 462 Potts, Taylor (Texas Tech) vs Baylor (10/9/10) 409 Weeden, Brandon (Oklahoma State) vs Tulsa (9/18/10) 409 Johnson, Jerrod (Texas A&M) at Ok. State (9/30/10) 384 Griffin III, Robert (Baylor) vs Texas Tech (10/9/10) 380 Jones,Landry (Oklahoma) vs Florida St. (9/11/10) 380 Griffin III, Robert (Baylor) vs Kansas (10/1/10) 377 Potts, Taylor (Texas Tech) at Iowa State (10/2/10) LEONG TURNING HEADS ACROSS THE LEAGUE Senior wide receiver Lyle Leong is in the midst of his best season as a Red Raider with 15 touchdown catches and 90 points scored. His 15 TD catches are second in the Big 12 behind Oklahoma State’s Justin Blackmon. • His 28 career touchdown receptions rank third at Texas Tech. SMITH SUSPENDED Junior defensive end Scott Smith has been suspended for the year for a violation of team rules. Prior to the Baylor game, Smith had played in all four games and registered 14 total tackles along with three sacks.

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2010 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL “LYNWOOD” MOVES INTO SECOND Two years removed from one of the most intriguing stories in all of college football, senior placekicker Matt “Lynwood” Williams has moved into second place on the career PAT list at Texas Tech. Williams earned national attention after former head coach Mike Leach stopped Williams after he participated in a third quarter Kick For Rent contest, sponsored by Lynwood Townhomes, on Sept. 20, 2008, against UMASS. Leach was so impressed by Williams that he offered him the chance to walk on and earn a spot on the team. Williams was successful in his tryout and his first collegiate action came at Kansas where he was successful on nine extra point attempts against the Jayhawks. His first career field goal (29-yards) came in the game against Texas the very next week. • Since the Kansas game in 2008, Williams has made 130 extra point attempts and now ranks second behind Alex Trlica who owns both the school and NCAA record of 233. OLD RELIABLE Senior NT Colby Whitlock might very well be one of the best defensive lineman in the country and he has the resume to back it up. Whitlock has made 46 consecutive starts dating back to his freshman season in 2007 and will be in search of No. 47 on Saturday against Weber State. Whitlock, an Oklahoma native, cracked the starting lineup at Oklahoma State on Sept. 22, 2007, and hasn’t looked back since - racking up 173 total tackles, including 29.5 for a loss. TECH-TEXAS WAS A RATINGS HIT (AGAIN) For the third consecutive year, ABC found ratings gold in its primetime match-up featuring Texas Tech and Texas. This year’s game scored a 4.9 overnight rating and easily marked the most watched football game of the season on ABC. The ratings were up 14% from last year’s game in Austin. ALL DRESSED IN WHITE There was a lot of white on the Texas Tech sideline against New Mexico as the Red Raiders dressed in white pants, white jerseys and white helmets. Tech wore white helmets in a game for the first time since the Jim Carlen era between 1970-74. MAKE THAT EIGHT Texas Tech’s 35-27 victory over SMU on Sunday marked eight straight season-opening wins for the Red Raiders dating back to the 2003 season. The rare Sunday game (a first since the 1996 Alamo Bowl) was played before a national audience on ESPN and was the debut for coach Tommy Tuberville. TUBERVILLE ERA BEGINS WITH A WIN The much anticipated Tommy Tuberville era at Texas Tech began with a 35-27 win over SMU. Tuberville is now 2-1 all-time in his coaching career when starting a new job. He lost his opener at Ole Miss (46-13 to Auburn) in 1995 but was victorious in his debut at Auburn as the Tigers defeated Appalachian State 22-15 in 1999. RECORD CROWDS TURN OUT FOR THE OPENER The excitement of a new era of Red Raider football continues to build as record crowds turned out for Texas Tech’s season opener against SMU. The second largest crowd (57,528) in Jones AT&T Stadium history watched the Red Raiders defeat SMU on Sunday afternoon. The 57,528 fans were the most to ever attend a home season opener and topped last season’s home opening crowd of 47,824 against North Dakota. Amongst the crowd were 12,910 Texas Tech students and that is the largest student crowd in school history. RAIDER WALK A HUGE SUCCESS The first Raider Walk in school history was an overwhelming success as the crowd was estimated at between 10 and 12 thousand fans for the SMU game. Two weeks later against Texas, the crowd was estimated between 15-18 thousand fans. The Raider Walk is the pathway that the team takes by foot from the corner of Canton Ave. and Drive of Champions to the Football Training Facility. The walk begins two hours and 15 minutes prior to kickoff each home game. FIRST TOUCHDOWNS GO TO LEONG Senior quarterback Taylor Potts found his old high school buddy Lyle Leong in the corner of the end zone for a two-yard touchdown strike that marked the first of the season for the Red Raiders on Sunday against SMU. Leong didn’t stop there as he

caught the second touchdown (six-yard reception) of the game with 14:30 remaining in the second quarter to help the Red Raiders build a 14-0 lead. CAREER DAY FOR LEONG Lyle Leong got his senior year off with a bang as he led the Red Raider offense with 11 catches, 142 receiving yards and three touchdowns against SMU. Leong surpassed his previous career high of nine receptions and 117 yards receiving that he set last season against Rice. His three touchdowns on the afternoon tied his career high (set twice previously) and it marked the fifth multiple touchdown game of his career. POTTS IMPRESSIVE AGAINST SMU Senior quarterback Taylor Potts enjoyed a solid season opener on Sunday and led the Red Raiders to a 35-27 win over SMU. Potts completed 34 of 53 passes without an interception and piled up 359 passing yards along with four touchdowns through the air. In the season opener last season against North Dakota, Potts was 34-of-48 with three interceptions while throwing for 405 yards and two touchdowns. PROTECTING THE HOUSE As Under Armour (Texas Tech’s official apparel provider) would say, “We Must Protect This House.” Texas Tech has taken that motto seriously over the years as the Red Raiders have amassed a home record of 42-8 since 2003. The .840 winning percentage ranks third in the league behind Texas and Oklahoma. RECORD SEASON TICKET SALES The Red Raider faithful have spoken in record numbers in regards to the excitement of the arrival of coach Tuberville and this new era of Texas Tech football. On July 21, 2010, Texas Tech announced that a new school record in season ticket sales had been established - and by the first game against SMU, the old record was shattered. Texas Tech’s final season ticket count was 46,565 which blew away the previous record of 41,740. ALL ABOUT RED Texas Tech head coach Tommy Tuberville and the athletics department announced a new RED OUT Initiative on Friday, August 20. Red Raider fans have been urged to wear RED each and every time they attend a Texas Tech sporting event, home or away. EXPANSION, EXPANSION Texas Tech’s Jones AT&T Stadium can lay claim to being one of just a few stadiums across the country that expanded twice within one calendar year. The addition of 6,000 north end zone seats prior to the Texas A&M game on Oct. 29, 2009, coupled with the opening of the east side stadium building for the 2010 season opener has increased stadium capacity to 60,454. The east side stadium building features 29 luxury suites along with 544 outdoor club seats as well as a private dining club that will be open daily to members. When combined with the west side stadium building, Jones AT&T Stadium now boasts 83 luxury suites and 1,644 club seats. In addition to the stadium, Texas Tech also spent close to 2.3 million in renovating the football training facility. A football hall of fame and turf practice field were added while the locker room and weight room underwent major renovations. THIRD WINNINGEST PROGRAM THIS CENTURY Texas Tech is the third winningest Big 12 program in this century. With 50 league wins since 2000, Texas Tech ranks behind Texas and Oklahoma who lead the way 71. EIGHT-STRAIGHT Texas Tech football has reeled of eight-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. BIG 12 BOWL RECORD CONTINUES Texas Tech’s appearance in the 2010 Valero Alamo Bowl (a 4131 win over Michigan State) marked the 16th-consecutive year of bowl eligibility for the Red Raider football program – a Big 12 record. Texas Tech will be looking to push that streak to 17 consecutive years this season and the Red Raiders will be in search of their 10th-straight bowl appearance and 34th overall.

TEAM COMPARISONS Offensive Numbers Tech WS Rushing Yards/Gm ....................................... 130.9 ..................181.50 Rushing Yards/Att ........................................... 3.9 ......................4.28 Passing Yards/Gm ....................................... 296.5 ..................257.50 Passing Yards/Att ........................................... 6.3 ......................7.07 Total Offense Yards/Gm .............................. 427.4 ..................439.00 Total Offense Yards/Play ................................ 5.3 ......................5.57 Points/Gm ..................................................... 28.6 ....................25.80 Defensive Numbers Tech WS Rushing Yards/Gm ....................................... 156.3 ..................168.00 Rushing Yards/Att ........................................... 4.2 ......................4.43 Passing Yards/Gm ....................................... 295.0 ..................251.80 Passing Yards/Att ........................................... 7.4 ......................7.72 Total Offense Yards/Gm .............................. 451.3 ..................419.80 Total Offense Yards/Play ................................ 5.8 ......................5.95 Points/Gm ..................................................... 32.3 ....................27.80

NCAA RANKINGS Offense Tech WS Rushing ................................................................87 ....................31 Passing .................................................................12 ....................15 Total.....................................................................28 ...................... 9 Scoring .................................................................53 ....................50 Defense Tech WS Rush .....................................................................69 ....................82 Pass .....................................................................92 ....................88 Total...................................................................115 ..................103 Scoring .................................................................94 ....................75 Returns Tech WS Punt .....................................................................90 ....................26 Kickoff .................................................................46 ....................29 Miscellaneous Tech WS Net Punting ..........................................................32 ....................16 Turnover Margin ...................................................76 ..................101 Rushing Rank Stat Tech ......................Baron Batch ...........................74 ...............67.40 WS ........................Bo Bolen.................................77 ...............63.90 Passing Rank Stat Tech ......................Taylor Potts ...........................51 .............133.49 WS ........................Cameron Higgins.....................55 .............124.13 Total Offense Rank Stat Tech ......................Taylor Potts ...........................23 .............265.50 WS ........................Cameron Higgins.....................28 .............236.30 Receptions/Gm Rank Stat Tech ......................Detron Lewis .......................T-16 .................6.40 WS ........................Joe Collins...........................T-33 .................5.50 Receiving Yd/Gm Rank Stat Tech ......................Lyle Leong ...........................T-40 ...............72.50 WS ........................Joe Collins..............................15 ...............87.90 Punting Rank Stat Tech ......................Jonathan LaCour ....................73 ...............40.04 WS ........................Josh Kealamakia ....................35 ...............39.88 Punt Returns Rank Stat Tech ......................Detron Lewis ......................... NR ...................6.2 WS ........................Jordan Brown.........................15 ...............12.45 Kickoff Returns Rank Stat Tech ......................Eric Stephens .........................49 ...............24.72 WS ........................Bo Bolen.................................29 ...............25.41 Scoring Rank Stat Tech ......................Lyle Leong ...........................T-15 .................9.00 WS ........................Shaun McClain ....................T-49 .................6.60 **Weber State rankings are based on FCS national rankings.**

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2010 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL DEGREES IN HAND Eight 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. CURRENT RED RAIDERS WITH DEGREES Gerardo Acevedo ........... Human Development & Family Studies Britton Barbee ........................................................ Psychology Brian Duncan ............................................................ Marketing Julius Howard..................................................Communications Franklin Mitchem ........................................................ Business LaRon Moore ................. Human Development & Family Studies Chris Olson ...........................................................Management Taylor Potts.................................. Exercise And Sports Science PRESEASON WATCH LISTS Texas Tech has three offensive players listed on preseason watchlists in quarterback Taylor Potts, wide receiver Detron Lewis and running back Baron Batch. Potts is a preseason candidate for the Davey O’Brien Award (nation’s top quarterback) for the second straight year as is Lewis who is up for the Biletnikoff Award (nation’s top receiver). Batch is also a preseason candidate for the Doak Walker Award for the second straight year. On the defensive side, Brian Duncan has been named to the preseason watchlists for the Dick Butkus Award (nation’s top linebacker), the Lott Trophy (nation’s top defensive player) and the Bronko Nagurski Award (nation’s top defensive player). RED RAIDERS ON PRESEASON WATCHLISTS Davey O’Brien Award............................................ Taylor Potts Biletnikoff Award ................................................Detron Lewis Doak Walker Award .............................................. Baron Batch Butkus Award......................................................Brian Duncan Lott Trophy..........................................................Brian Duncan Bronko Nagurski Trophy ......................................Brian Duncan YOUNG STAFF Tommy Tuberville has assembled a young and energetic coaching staff here in his first season at Texas Tech and one that he believes can help bring Tech its first major football championship. The average age of this year’s staff is 37 years old. Offensively, the average age drops to 31 years old and is led by Neal Brown (30), the third youngest coordinator in the FBS. Defensively, the average age is 39 years old and the group is anchored by James Willis (38), the 37th youngest coordinator in the FBS. YOUNGEST COORDINATORS IN THE FBS Age Name School O/D DOB 27 Lincoln Riley East Carolina offensive 9/5/83 29 Paul Nichols Toledo co-defensive 1/25/81 30 Neal Brown Texas Tech offensive 3/11/80 30 Marcus Arroyo Wyoming offensive 1/23/80 30 Matt Campbell Toledo offensive 11/29/79 31 Billy Napier Clemson offensive 7/21/79 31 Jeff Grady Fresno State offensive 3/3/79 31 Nick Rolovich Hawai’i offensive 2/16/79 MASKED RIDER EARNS HIGH PRAISE The Masked Rider was ranked as the ninth best mascot in college football according to a poll released on August 21, 2010, byThe Associated Press. The poll listed the top 12 mascots in the nation and included Big 12 schools Colorado (Ralphie) and Texas (Bevo). OFFENSIVE LINE GETS A MAKEOVER Texas Tech’s offensive line got a makeover during the offseason and the coaching staff hopes it pays dividends this season. Overall, the group only lost a total of 24 pounds but that does not give the proper insight into the radical change that has occurred. Terry McDaniel, Deveric Gallington, Mickey Okafor and LaAdrian Waddle lost a combined 98 pounds from the end of last season to the start of training camp. Tech offensive line coach Matt Moore wanted to see slimmer and more quick-footed players on the line and he hopes the changes in body types will do the trick. There were a few weight gains in the group as Lonnie Edwards gained 32 pounds, Jonathan Guerra added 16, Blake Emert put on 10 and Chris Olson added four.

of the biggest changes from years past, is that the play calling will come from the sidelines and will no longer be in the hands of the quarterback. THE STABLE IS FULL Texas Tech running back coach Chad Scott can’t help but get excited when he opens the barn door that reveals a talented stable of running backs. Led by senior Baron Batch, the running back situation at Texas Tech may be at its best since the late 1990’s when Tech had the nickname of “Tailback U.” Batch and sophomore Eric Stephens, who showed tremendous potential as a freshman, are leading the way for the Red Raiders but are a getting a strong push from junior Aaron Crawford and freshman Ben McRoy. POTTS NAMED STARTING QUARTERBACK Senior gunslingerTaylor Potts was named the starting quarterback for the 2010 season and will take the reins of the Tech offense against SMU on Sept. 5. Potts, a 2010 Davey O’Brien preseason candidate, made 10 starts in 2009 and threw for 3,440 yards along with 22 touchdowns. He wrapped up the 2009 season in impressive fashion as he threw for 372 yards and two touchdowns on 29-of-43 passing against Michigan State in the Valero Alamo Bowl. That effort paced the Red Raiders to a 41-31 win over the Spartans and after the game he was named the offensive most valuable player. NAME & JERSEY NUMBER CHANGE FOR POTTS No more “Nick” and no more No. 15. Taylor Potts is just Taylor Potts and he his reverting back to his high school number (12) for his senior season. NEW PHILOSOPHY Possibly the biggest message of Coach Tuberville’s brief tenure at Texas Tech has been that defense wins championships. That mentality has brought an entirely new focus to the Red Raider defensive unit that was often overlooked by Tech’s high-powered offense. Led by coordinator James Willis, the new look Texas Tech defense will be aggressive and has some star power of its own in senior linebacker Bront Bird and Brian Duncan along with senior nose tackle Colby Whitlock. All three players have the potential to play at the next level and will be the catalysts for Willis’ first defensive unit on the South Plains. BIRD AND DUNCAN CLOG THE MIDDLE Texas Tech will have two of the top linebackers in the Big 12 clogging up the middle in 2010 with the return of seniors Bront Bird and Brian Duncan. Duncan was the team leader in tackles last season with 88 and will be another key figure in 2010. Duncan will be moving to the outside this year and will at times be like a rush end. He has been named to the watchlists for the Butkus Award as well as the Lott and Nagurski Trophies. Bird finished sixth on the team in 2009 with 56 total tackles and has become one of the key leaders on the defensive unit. He gained nearly 10 pounds in the off season and will make the move to middle linebacker after playing previously on the outside. DAVIS LOOKS FOR BIG THINGS AS SOPHOMORE Sophomore safety Cody Davis earned Freshman All-American honors in his Red Raider debut in 2009 and now he’s looking to shake the freshman title and become Tech’s first defensive All-American since Kevin Curtis in 2001. Davis was second on the squad with 81 total tackles in 2009 and picked up honorable mention All-Big 12 accolades.

START YOUR ENGINES A new term in the Texas Tech offense is “NASCAR” and the only setback might be the fact that the officiating crew may not be able to keep pace. First-year offense coordinator Neal Brown will play an up-tempo scheme designed to keep the offense in a rhythm and hopefully the defense on its heels. One

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2010 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL DEPTH CHART - WEBER STATE OFFENSE

DEFENSE

LT

65 74

LaAdrian Waddle Mickey Okafor

6-6 6-6

322 305

So-1L Jr-2L

Columbus, Texas Houston, Texas

LE

98 41

Donald Langley Sam Fehoko

6-2 6-0

274 233

Jr-TR Jr-2L

Germantown, Md. Honolulu, Hawaii

LG

78 61

Lonnie Edwards Jonathan Guerra

6-4 6-4

322 297

Jr-2L Jr-SQ

Brownsboro, Texas Victoria, Texas

DT

93 92 61

Colby Whitlock Lawrence Rumph Bobbie Agoucha

6-3 6-3 6-4

294 284 341

Sr-3L Jr-TR Jr-TR

Noble, Okla. Keller, Texas Houston, Texas

C

73 75

Justin Keown Blake Emert

6-4 6-5

300 297

Jr-3L Jr-1L

Anderson, S.C. Garland, Texas

NT

95 61 47

Pearlie Graves Bobbie Agoucha Myles Wade

6-2 6-4 6-1

286 341 300

Fr-RS Jr-TR Jr-1L

Tulsa, Okla. Houston, Texas Portland, Ore.

RG

66 59

Deveric Gallington Joel Gray

6-3 6-6

314 302

So-1L Fr-RS

North Richland Hills, Texas Lewisville, Texas

RE

57 54

Brian Duncan Dartwan Bush

6-1 6-1

248 248

Sr-3L Fr-RS

Baton Rouge, La. Clute, Texas

RT

74 70

Mickey Okafor Chris Olson

6-6 6-5

305 300

Jr-2L Sr-3L

Houston, Texas Dallas, Texas

LB

45 42

Tyrone Sonier Daniel Cobb

6-2 6-0

233 215

Jr-2L Fr-RS

Missouri City, Texas Kileen, Texas

QB

12 1

LB

20 51

Bront Bird Cqulin Hubert

6-4 6-2

248 231

Sr-3L Fr-HS

Odessa, Texas Houston, Texas

F

25 24 32

Baron Batch Eric Stephens Aaron Crawford

5-10 5-8 5-10

210 192 205

Sr-3L So-1L Jr-1L

Midland, Texas Mansfield, Texas Memphis, Tenn.

LB

30 13

Brett Dewhurst Julius Howard

5-11 5-11

197 220

Jr-2L Sr-3L

Klein, Texas Irving, Texas

X

19 18 14

Lyle Leong Eric Ward Darrin Moore

6-1 6-0 6-4

175 202 210

Sr-3L Fr-RS So-TR

Abilene, Texas Wichita Falls, Texas Irving, Texas

LC

21 28

Jarvis Phillips LaRon Moore

5-10 5-9

189 200

Fr-RS Sr-3L

Dallas, Texas Midwest City, Okla.

H

11 2 83

Tramain Swindall Cornelius Douglas Blake Kelley

6-3 5-10 5-10

184 200 188

Jr-2L So-SQ Sr-SQ

Oklahoma City, Okla. Lawton, Okla. Beaumont, Texas

LS

16 30

Cody Davis Brett Dewhurst

6-2 5-11

194 197

So-1L Jr-2L

Stephenville, Texas Klein, Texas

Y

86 6

Alex Torres Austin Zouzalik

6-1 5-11

196 191

So-1L So-1L

El Paso, Texas Lubbock, Texas

RS

5 26

Tre’ Porter Franklin Mitchem

6-0 6-2

182 200

Fr-HS Sr-2L

Midwest City, Okla. Klein, Texas

17 14

Detron Lewis Darrin Moore

6-0 6-4

208 210

Sr-3L So-TR

College Station, Texas Irving, Texas

RC

12 31

D.J. Johnson Eugene Neboh

6-0 5-10

190 174

So-1L So-Sq

Austin, Texas Odessa, Texas

Z

SAM

Taylor Potts Steven Sheffield

6-5 6-4

222 197

Sr-3L Sr-3L

Abilene, Texas Austin, Texas

MIKE

WILL

SPECIAL TEAMS

P

9 43

Jonathan LaCour Ryan Erxleben

6-1 6-1

216 192

Sr-2L So-1L

Kingwood, Texas Lake Travis, Texas

PK

85 49

Matt Williams Donnie Carona

5-10 6-0

170 217

Sr-2L Jr-2L

Weatherford, Texas Beaumont, Texas

PR

6 17

Austin Zouzalik Detron Lewis

5-11 6-0

191 208

So-1L Sr-3L

Lubbock, Texas College Station, Texas

KR

24

Eric Stephens

5-8

192

So-1L

Mansfield, Texas

KR

2

Cornelius Douglas

5-10

200

So-SQ

Lawton, Okla.

KO

49 85

Donnie Carona Matt Williams

6-0 5-10

217 170

Jr-2L Sr-2L

Beaumont, Texas Weatherford, Texas

DS

60 52

Jesse Smitherman Alex Chester

6-3 5-11

235 200

Jr-SQ Fr-HS

Burleson, Texas Austin, Texas

H

9 6

Jonathan LaCour Austin Zouzalik

6-1 5-11

216 191

Sr-2L So-1L

Kingwood, Texas Lubbock, Texas

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Urell Johnnson ______________ Jacob Karam ________________ Austin Zouzalik ______________ Seth Doege _________________ Eugene Neboh _______________ Gerardo Acevedo _____________ Sam Fehoko ________________ Ryan Erleben ________________ Cqulin Hubert _______________ Tyrone Sonier _______________ Tahrick Peak ________________ Bobbie Agoucha ______________ Justin Keown _______________ Lawrence Rumph _____________

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2010 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL DRESS ROSTER - OKLAHOMA NO 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 20 21 24 25 26 28 29 30 31 32 34 35 36 37 39 41 45 47 49 52 54 56 57 60 61 61 62 65 66 68 73 74 75 78 82 85 86 87 88 90 91 92 93 95 98 99

PLAYER Terrance Bullitt Steven Sheffield Cornelius Douglas Jacob Karam Derrick Mays Tre’ Porter Austin Zouzalik Seth Doege Jonathan LaCour Harrison Jeffers Tramain Swindall Taylor Potts D.J. Johnson Julius Howard Darrin Moore Cody Davis Detron Lewis Eric Ward Lyle Leong Bront Bird Jarvis Phillips Eric Stephens Baron Batch Franklin Mitchem LaRon Moore Michael Aguilar Brett Dewhurst Eugene Neboh Aaron Crawford Ben McRoy Arlan Waller Gerardo Acevedo Andre McCorkle Tanner Foster Sam Fehoko Tyrone Sonier Myles Wade Donnie Carona Alex Chester Dartwan Bush Jonathan Brydon Brian Duncan Jesse Smitherman Jonathan Guerra Bobbie Agoucha David Neill LaAdrian Waddle Deveric Gallington Terry McDaniel Justin Keown Mickey Okafor Blake Emert Lonnie Edwards Adam James Matt Williams Alexander Torres Aaron Fisher Shawn Corker Chris Olson Kerry Hyder Lawrence Rumph Colby Whitlock Pearlie Graves Donald Langley Chris Perry

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

HT 6-3 6-4 5-10 6-0 5-10 6-0 5-11 6-1 6-1 5-7 6-3 6-5 6-0 5-11 6-4 6-2 6-0 6-0 6-1 6-4 5-10 5-8 5-10 6-2 5-9 5-11 5-11 5-10 5-10 5-9 6-0 6-1 6-1 6-2 6-0 6-2 6-1 5-11 5-11 6-1 6-4 6-1 6-3 6-4 6-4 6-5 6-6 6-3 6-6 6-4 6-6 6-5 6-4 6-3 5-10 6-1 6-2 6-1 6-5 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-2 6-2 6-4

WT 191 197 200 211 174 182 191 200 216 201 184 222 190 220 210 194 208 202 175 248 189 192 210 200 200 238 197 174 205 160 190 212 210 215 233 233 300 217 200 248 236 248 235 297 341 284 322 314 315 300 305 297 322 233 170 199 186 191 300 265 284 294 286 274 309

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

HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL/LAST SCHOOL Garland, Texas/Naaman Forest Austin, Texas/Connally Lawton, Okla./Lawton Friendswood,Texas/Friendswood Killeen, Texas/Shoemaker Midwest City, Okla./Carl Albert Lubbock, Texas/Coronado Wolfforth, Texas/Frenship Kingwood, Texas/Kingwood Lawton, Okla./Eisenhower Oklahoma City, Okla./Millwood Abilene, Texas/Abilene Austin, Texas/St. Stephen’s Episcopal Irving, Texas/Nimitz Irving, Texas/McArthur/Blinn College Stephenville, Texas/Stephenville College Station, Texas/A&M Consolidated Wichita Falls, Texas/Rider Abilene, Texas/Abilene Odessa, Texas /Permian Dallas, Texas/Carter Mansfield, Texas/Timberview Midland, Texas/Midland Klein, Texas/Collins Midwest City, Okla./Midwest City Harlingen, Texas/Harlingen/Texas A&M-Kingsville Klein, Texas/Klein Odessa, Texas/Permian Memphis, Tenn./Ridgeway Lakeland, Fla./Lakeland DeSoto, Texas/DeSoto Mission, Texas/Veterans Memorial Corpus Christi, Texas/Texas State Midland, Texas/Midland Honolulu, Hawaii/Farrington Missouri City, Texas /Fort Bend Marshall Portland, Ore./Central Catholic/Arizona Western CC Beaumont, Texas/Kelly Austin, Texas/Austin Clute, Texas/Brazoswood San Antonio, Texas/Clark Baton Rouge, La./Tara Burleson, Texas/Burleson/Kilgore College Victoria, Texas/Memorial Houston, Texas/Putnam North/Eastern Arizona Flower Mound, Texas/Marcus Columbus, Texas/Columbus North Richland Hills, Texas/Richland Diana, Texas/New Diana Anderson, S.C./Hargrave Military Academy Houston, Texas/Westbury Garland, Texas/Sachse Brownsboro, Texas /Brownsboro Celina, Texas/Celina Weatherford, Texas/Weatherford El Paso, Texas/Franklin Keller, Texas/Fossil Ridge Fort Lauderdale, Fla./Cardinal Gibbons Dallas, Texas/Highland Park Austin, Texas/Lyndon B. Johnson Keller, Texas /Fossil Ridge/Navarro JC Noble, Okla./Noble Tulsa, Okla./East Central Germantown, Md./Seneca Valley/Copiah-Lincoln CC Keller, Texas/Fossil Ridge/Miami (Fla.)

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2010 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL BY THE NUMBERS

1: Big 12 South Division championships Tech has won (2008). 2: Yard touchdown from Taylor Potts to Lyle Leong was the first for Tech in 2010. 2: Doak Walker Award winners at Tech (Bam Morris & Byron Hanspard). 3: Texas Tech football players have been enshrined into the College Football Hall of Fame (E.J. Holub, Donny Anderson, Dave Parks).

3: Sacks for Brian Duncan in opening game against SMU. 3: Touchdowns for Lyle Leong in season opener against SMU and at Iowa State. 4: Touchdowns scored by Baron Batch last season against Kansas is a career-high. 4: Interceptions for freshman Jarvis Phillips this season. 4: Touchdown passes for Taylor Potts against Baylor at the Cotton Bowl. 5: Tech players have at least 100 career receptions (Detron Lewis, 215; Lyle Leong, 136; ; Baron Batch, 131; Tramain Swindall, 124; Alex Torres, 101).

5: Wins for the 2010 Red Raiders after a 24-17 victory over No. 14 Missouri in Lubbock. 5: Victories for head coach Tommy Tuberville in his Texas Tech head coaching tenure. 5: Times in Lyle Leong’s career he has caught a career-high three touchdowns in a game. 5: Touchdown passes for Taylor Potts at Iowa State. 5: Season-opening wins for Texas Tech over SMU since 2003. 6: Tech players on preseason watch lists (Potts, Lewis, Batch, Duncan (3)). 7: Texas Tech players have finished in the top-10 in voting for the Heisman Trophy Award. 7: Passing touchdowns is a career-high for quarterback Taylor Potts (vs. Rice, 2009). 7: Passing touchdowns is a career-high for back-up quarterback Steven Sheffield (vs. Kansas State, 2009).

8: Straight years Texas Tech has won its season opener. 8: Straight seasons Texas Tech has won at least eight games. 8: Current Texas Tech players have already earned degrees from TTU. 8: Texas Tech players have been drafted in the first round of the NFL Draft. 9: Career multiple touchdown games for Lyle Leong. 9: Consecutive seasons Texas Tech has finished at least .500 in Big 12 Conference play. 9: Tackles for Eugene Neboh against Texas A&M marked a career-high. 10: Straight bowl appearances for Texas Tech. 10: 300-yard passing games for Taylor Potts after his most recent against Baylor (462). 11: Different Tech receivers caught a pass on the road against Texas A&M 11: Interceptions for the Tech defense this season. 11: Catches marked a career-high for Red Raiders receiver Lyle Leong against SMU. 11: Catches marked a career-high for Red Raiders receiver Detron Lewis against Baylor. 11: Freshmen made their collegiate debut for Tech against SMU during the season opener. 12: Tackles is a career-high for freshman Tre’ Porter against Baylor. 12: Of Texas Tech’s 14 wide receivers from 2009 returned for the 2010 season. 13: Multiple passing touchdown games during Taylor Potts’ Tech career. 13: Bowl appearances for Texas Tech since 1995. 14: Straight seasons Texas Tech has had an All-Big 12 first team selection. 14: Straight seasons Texas Tech has had a player drafted in the NFL Draft. 14: Tackles for Bront Bird against Oklahoma State matched a career-high. 15: Consecutive completions for Taylor Potts against Baylor is a career-high. 15: Tackles for Brian Duncan & Cody Davis against Houston last season marked career-highs. 16: Consecutive seasons Texas Tech has been bowl eligible. 25: Red Raiders registered at least one tackle against New Mexico. 26: Career rushing touchdowns for senior Baron Batch. 27: Years went by before the attendance record of 55,008 (vs. Texas A&M, Sept. 24, 1977) fell in 2004 when 55,413 fans attended the Tech/Texas game (Oct. 23) at Jones AT&T Stadium.

28: Career receiving touchdowns for senior Lyle Leong. 29: Texas Tech football players have earned All-America honors. 30: Year-old offensive coordinator Neal Brown is the third-youngest coordinator in the FBS. 31: First downs by Texas Tech marked a new Alamo Bowl record last season.

33: Consecutive games Lyle Leong has caught at least one pass. 33: Bowl games Texas Tech has appeared in all-time. 34: Consecutive home games Texas Tech has played in front of at least 45,000 fans at Jones AT&T Stadium.

35: First downs for Texas Tech against Baylor marked a season high. 36: Yard field goal by Matt Williams was the game-winner at Colorado with 2:08 left to play. 37: Consecutive games Detron Lewis has caught at least one pass. 42: Victories for Texas Tech at home (42-8, .840) since 2003. 43: Yard rush by Taylor Potts against Baylor is the longest run by a Tech player this season. 46: Consecutive starts for Texas Tech nose tackle Colby Whitlock (longest active streak). 50: Winning or non-losing seasons in 62 years at Jones AT&T Stadium for Texas Tech. 51: Career passing touchdowns for Taylor Potts (4th in Texas Tech history). 52: Points against New Mexico marked the most by Tech since scoring 66 vs. K-State (2009). 55: Yard touchdown pass from Taylor Potts to Austin Zouzalik at New Mexico is the longest

play from scrimmage this season for Texas Tech.

60: Yard punt by Jonathan LaCour against SMU tied a career-high (at Baylor, 2007). 68: Career kickoff returns by sophomore Eric Stephens is a Texas Tech career record. 87: Yard interception return for a touchdown for Tech CB Jarvis Phillips against No. 4 Texas. 95: Degrees at kickoff during Texas Tech’s season opener in Lubbock against SMU Mustangs. 99: Yards rushing for Eric Stephens against Oklahoma State is a career-high. 115: Career coaching victories for Tommy Tuberville in his 15th season as a head coach. 120: Points scored by Texas Tech against Wayland in 1925 is the school record. 134: Yards rushing by senior Baron Batch against No. 14 Missouri is a season-high. 141: Receiving yards by Lyle Leong in season opener against SMU set a new career-high. 175: Kickoff return yards for Eric Stephens at New Mexico set a team sophomore record. 215: Career receptions for senior Detron Lewis (most among active Red Raiders). 264: All-purpose yards for Eric Stephens at New Mexico (175 KO, 46 rush, 46 rec.) 304: Career tackles for senior Brian Duncan (most among active Red Raiders). 462: Passing yards by Taylor Potts against Baylor were: a career-high... the most by a Big 12

quarterback this season... the most ever by a quarterback at Cotton Bowl Stadium... the third most ever by a Tech quarterback on a neutral field.

516: All-time wins for the Texas Tech football program. 635: Total yards for Texas Tech against Baylor is a season-high. 661: Passing yards by B.J. Symons (at Mississippi, 2003) is a school record. 775: Yards of total offense against Iowa State (2003) is the school record since 1950. 1,713: Career kickoff return yards for Eric Stephens is a Texas Tech all-time career record. 2002: Tangerine Bowl Champions (Texas Tech 55, Clemson 15). 2003: Houston Bowl Champions (Texas Tech 38, Navy 14). 2004: Holiday Bowl Champions (Texas Tech 45, California 31). 2006: Taylor Potts and Lyle Leong graduated high school together at Abilene HS. 2006: Insight Bowl Champions (Texas Tech 44, Minnesota 41 - OT). 2007: Gator Bowl Champions (Texas Tech 31, Virginia 28). 2010: Alamo Bowl Champions (Texas Tech 41, Michigan State 31). 2,495: Career receiving yards for senior Detron Lewis (eighth in Texas Tech history). 6,821: Career passing yards for senior Taylor Potts (4th in Texas Tech history). 12,910: Tech students attended the season opener, an all-time record for student atten-

dance at a home game.

57,528: Fans watched Texas Tech in its season opener against SMU at Jones AT&T

Stadium on Sept. 5, 2010 to set an all-time record for a season opener.

57,733: Is the OLD all-time record attendance at Jones AT&T Stadium, set in 2009 when

Texas Tech played Texas A&M on Oct. 24.

60,454: Is the NEW all-time record attendance at Jones AT&T Stadium, set twice this

season against Texas (9/18) and against Oklahoma State (10/16).

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2010 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL GAME RECAPS

Jones AT&T Stadium (57,582 Attendance) September 5, 2010

GAME ONE • Texas Tech 35, SMU 27 SCORE BY QUARTERS SMU Texas Tech

1 0 7

2 7 14

3 10 14

4 10 0

The Mustangs had a chance late and were driving when they failed to convert a fourth-and-21 from the 50 on their final drive. Texas Tech intercepted SMU quarterback Kyle Padron three times. He threw for 218 yards. The Mustangs rallied behind their special teams. Darryl Fields returned a kickoff 92 yards to set up a 24-yard field to pull SMU within 35-17. Early in the fourth, Matt Szymanski booted a 61-yard field, his longest ever. Texas Tech’s defense had to task of trying to stop Padron, who threw for a school-record 460 yards and two touchdowns running coach June Jones’ run-n-shoot in a 45-10 win over Nevada in the Hawaii Bowl. For Leong it was a career day in receptions and yardage, grabbing 11 passes for 142 yards. Stephens touchdown came late in the third quarter when he juked back and forth in the backfield before getting around defenders on the right side and skipping untouched into the end zone. Tech’s special teams and defense set up the first two Red Raiders scores. Cornelius Douglas forced a fumble as Kenneth Acker fielded a punt deep in SMU’s own territory late in the first quarter and Franklin Mitchell recovered it at the 18. Tech ran the ball four consecutive times - something Leach rarely did - before Potts found Leong in the corner of the end zone for a 2-yard touchdown to give Tech a 7-0 lead. On the second play of SMU’s next possession, redshirt freshman Jarvis Phillips stepped in front of a pass from Padron to set up Potts’s second TD pass. The 6-yard score went over the middle to Leong who was wide open near the back of the end zone. SMU scored its first touchdown on its final drive of the first half as Padron led a 13-play drive, including his scrambling for 18 yards for a first down on fourth-and-3 from Tech’s 34. Zach Line scored from 2 yards and the Mustangs were down by only one score. Tuberville’s 111th career victory came in the Red Raiders now-less-lopsided stadium. The east side of the stadium now has a $25 million addition where all 29 new suites were sold for the opener. The addition ups the stadium’s capacity to 60,454.

SCORING SUMMARY No. of Total Team Plays Yards TTU 5 18 TTU 3 51 SMU 12 72 TTU 7 80 TTU 6 63 SMU 8 80 TTU 9 40 SMU 4 1 SMU 8 26 SMU 7 32

Drive Type of Score Time Score Qtr/Time 1:32 TD 1st/:54 :33 TD 2nd/14:30 5:57 TD 2nd/1:29 1:23 TD 2nd/:06 1:38 TD 3rd/13:22 4:39 TD 3rd/8:43 2:48 TD 3rd/4:40 1:51 FG 3rd/2:49 3:36 FG 4th/12:00 2:27 TD 4th/7:10

Drive Start SMU18 TTU48 SMU28 TTU20 TTU37 SMU20 SMU40 TTU8 SMU31 TTU32

GAME TWO • Texas Tech 52, New Mexico 17 SCORE BY QUARTERS Texas Tech New Mexico

FINAL 27 35

LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) - Taylor Potts threw for 359 yards and four touchdowns to lead Texas Tech over SMU 35-27 and give Tommy Tuberville a victory Sunday in his first game as Red Raiders coach. Tuberville took over after the popular and successful Mike Leach was fired in December amid allegations he mistreated an injured player. Tuberville promised to stick with a pass-heavy offense that helped Leach make the Red Raiders famous. Promise kept. Potts was 34 for 53 with no interceptions and connected with Lyle Leong for three scores and Detron Lewis for the other. Texas Tech ran its winning streak against SMU to 14 games, dating back to 1989. Eric Stephens rushed for 3-yard TD to put Texas Tech up 35-14 midway through the third quarter.

TEAM STATISTICS SMU First Downs ...............................................................18 Net Yards Rushing .....................................................109 Net Yards Passing......................................................218 Completions-Attempts-Int ..........................................21-38-3 Total Offense Yards ...................................................327 Fumbles: Number-Lost................................................3-1 Penalties: Number-Yards ............................................4-40 Kickoffs-Yards ...........................................................6-380 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD..................................2-10-0 Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD.................................4-157-0 Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD....................................0-0-0 Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD ................................0-0-0 Possession Time ........................................................32:10 Third-Down Conversions ............................................4 of 13 Fourth-Down Conversions ..........................................2 of 3 Red-Zone Scores-Chances ..........................................4-4 Sacks By: Number-Yards ............................................2-18

University Stadium (25,734 Attendance) September 11, 2010 1 21 3

2 10 14

3 7 0

4 14 0

FINAL 52 17

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) -Taylor Potts tossed three touchdown passes, with two of those going to Lyle Leong, to lead Texas Tech to a 52-17 victory Saturday over New Mexico. The Red Raiders (2-0) benefited from two blocked punts at the beginning of each half that led to short touchdown drives. The Lobos (0-2) didn’t help themselves, committing 16 penalties that cost them 145 yards. New Mexico quarterback B.R. Holbrook had 323 yards passing, his first career 300-yard game, and UNM receiver Ty Kirk set a career high with 119 yards. Potts, who completed passes to nine different receivers, went 22-34 in the air, with Leong catching five for 75 yards. Baron Batch also rushed for two touchdowns for Texas Tech. The Red Raiders took a 24-3 lead early in the second quarter before the Lobos closed within 31-17 and had a chance for more points before halftime, but an offensive pass interference and a personal foul on the same play negated a UNM touchdown with seven seconds left. Texas Tech scored 45 seconds into the game on a 55-yard pass from Potts to Austin Zouzalik. Aaron Crawford then blocked a punt on the Lobos’ next possession with Jonathan Brydon recovering at the 3. Eric Stephens scored on the next play for a 14-0 Red Raiders’ lead five minutes into the game. After a New Mexico field goal on the next possession, Stephens returned the kickoff 93 yards to the UNM 7, with Batch scoring two plays later.

TTU 24 72 359 34-53-0 431 1-1 5-39 6-401 2-12-0 5-122-0 3-24-0 0-0-0 27:50 9 of 18 0 of 3 5-5 5-23

TEAM STATISTICS TTU First Downs ...............................................................24 Net Yards Rushing .....................................................152 Net Yards Passing......................................................310 Completions-Attempts-Int ..........................................24-41-0 Total Offense Yards ...................................................462 Fumbles: Number-Lost................................................4-2 Penalties: Number-Yards ............................................6-69 Kickoffs-Yards ...........................................................9-577 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD..................................4-39-0 Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD.................................4-175-0 Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD....................................2-54-0 Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD ................................0-0-0 Possession Time ........................................................26:19 Third-Down Conversions ............................................7 of 14 Fourth-Down Conversions ..........................................2 of 3 Red-Zone Scores-Chances ..........................................6-9 Sacks By: Number-Yards ............................................4-36

UNM 23 97 336 32-52-2 433 3-1 16-145 4-267 0-0-0 3-83-0 0-0-0 2-10-0 33:41 7 of 18 1 of 2 2-4 1-10

Scoring Play Lyle Leong 2-yard reception Lyle Leong 6-yard reception Zach Line 2-yard run Detron Lewis 16-yard reception Lyle Leong 4-yard recpetin Cole Beasley 19-yard reception Eric Stephens 3-yard run Matt Szymanski 24-yard field goal Matt Szymanski 61-yard field goal Cole Beasley 13-yard reception

SCORING SUMMARY No. of Total Team Plays Yards TTU 4 73 TTU 1 3 UNM 8 53 TTU 2 7 TTU 11 68 UNM 5 74 TTU 11 76 UNM 2 72 TTU 1 1 TTU 9 62 TTU 2 13

Scoring Play Austin Zouzalik 55-yard reception Eric Stephens 3-yard run James Aho 28-yard field goal Baron Batch 2-yard run Matt Williams 22-yard field goal Lucas Reed 9-yard reception Lyle Leong 25-yard reception Chris Hernandez 45-yard run Baron Batch 1-yard run Lyle Leong 11-yard recpetion Steven Sheffield 10-yard run

Drive Type of Time Score :45 TD :04 TD 4:40 FG :32 TD 3:30 FG 2:18 TD 3:20 TD :20 TD :05 TD 4:05 TD :47 TD

Score Qtr/Time 1st/14:15 1st/10:49 1st/6:03 1st/5:15 2nd/7:05 2nd/4:42 2nd/1:15 2nd/:55 3rd/12:25 4th/13:04 4th/9:35

Drive Start TTU27 UNM03 UNM36 UNM07 TTU27 UNM26 TTU24 UNM28 UNM01 TTU38 UNM13

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2010 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL Jones AT&T Stadium (60,454 Attendance) September 18, 2010

GAME THREE • Texas 24, Texas Tech 14

SCORE BY QUARTERS UT Texas Tech

1 14 0

2 0 14

3 3 0

4 7 0

SCORING SUMMARY No. of Total Team Plays Yards UT 1 7 UT 7 79 TTU 0 0 TTU 6 68 UT 4 2 UT 22 80

Drive Type of Score Time Score Qtr/Time :06 TD 1st/13:16 3:09 TD 1st/8:41 0:00 TD 1st/1:39 2:00 TD 2nd/11:52 2:02 FG 3rd/8:39 9:25 TD 4th/9:26

Drive Start TTU7 UT21 UT0 TTU32 TTU12 UT20

GAME FOUR • Iowa State 52, Texas Tech 38

FINAL 24 14

LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) - Garrett Gilbert threw for two touchdowns and 227 yards to lead No. 6 Texas past Texas Tech 24-14 in a sloppy victory for the Longhorns on Saturday night. Texas put the game out of reach in the fourth quarter after draining more than nine minutes off the clock. The 22-play drive included a risky and successful fake punt on fourth-and-1 on its own 29. Gilbert capped the march with a 1-yard pass to Barrett Matthews to give the Horns a 24-14 lead with 9:26 left. Gilbert finished 21 of 36 with three interceptions The game included seven turnovers, four by the Longhorns (3-0, 1-0) and three by the Red Raiders (2-1, 0-1). Texas got a field goal and a touchdown off two Texas Tech turnovers. Red Raiders cornerback Jarvis Phillips intercepted Gilbert twice and returned one 87 yards for a score. Taylor Potts finished 21 of 35 for 159 yards, with a touchdown and two interceptions for Tech. In the opening drive of the third quarter Curtis Brown intercepted a pass from Potts at the Texas 14 and it appeared he would scamper for a touchdown. But Baron Batch caught up with Brown and tackled him at the Texas Tech 14. The Longhorns got only a field goal, though. On the long drive that put Texas up 24-14, they got help from Will Ford on a third-and-13 from the Red Raiders 27. Greg Smith dropped a pass from Gilbert but Ford was called for a taunting penalty to give Texas a first down and another shot to get a score. A few plays later Gilbert hit Matthews with a lob pass for the touchdown. James Kirkendoll had six catches for 122 yards for Texas. Texas coach Mack Brown wanted more points early - the Longhorns had scored only a field in opening quarters of first two games - and he got them. In the first 7:30 minutes Texas had two touchdowns. On Texas Tech’s first play from scrimmage, the snap went over the head of Potts and was recovered by Jackson Jeffcoat at the Red Raiders 7. On the next play Fozzy Whittaker rushed it in, stretching his arm across the goal line to put the Horns up 7-0. Texas Tech couldn’t get a first down and when Texas got the ball to Gilbert he led the Longhorns on 79-yard scoring drive, including a 33-yard pass to Kirkendoll. Gilbert rolled out to his right and hit Mike Davis for a 7-yard score to put Texas up 14-0. Gilbert had the Longhorns at the Red Raiders 20 when Scott Smith intercepted him at the 13. On the next play Potts got his second turnover when Blake Gideon, who in 2008 dropped a sure interception right before Michael Crabtree caught the game-winning pass to lift Texas Tech over the then-topped-ranked Longhorns 3933, plucked the ball at UT’s 43 and returned it 22 yards. Four plays later with the Longhorns threatening again at the Red Raiders 19, Smith tipped the ball and cornerback Phillips Jarvis grabbed it and scooted 87 yards along the near sideline to pull the Red Raiders within 14-7 with 1:39 left in the first quarter. The Longhorns looked shaky on their next drive and were forced to punt. Batch’s 25-yard run put the Red Raiders on UT’s 43 and a few plays later Potts threw a 15-yard touchdown pass to the corner of the end zone and his high school teammate, Lyle Leong, pulled it in to tie the game at 14-14 early in the second quarter. TEAM STATISTICS UT First Downs ...............................................................18 Net Yards Rushing .....................................................93 Net Yards Passing......................................................227 Completions-Attempts-Int ..........................................21-38-3 Total Offense Yards ...................................................320 Fumbles: Number-Lost................................................1-1 Penalties: Number-Yards ............................................11-95 Kickoffs-Yards ...........................................................5-336 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD..................................4-35-0 Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD.................................1-13-0 Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD....................................2-96-0 Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD ................................0-0-0 Possession Time ........................................................37:44 Third-Down Conversions ............................................6 of 20 Fourth-Down Conversions ..........................................2 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances ..........................................4-7 Sacks By: Number-Yards ............................................4-42

Jack Trice Stadium (43,162 Attendance) October 2, 2010

TTU 11 -14 158 21-36-2 144 3-1 8-98 3-207 1-16-0 4-74-0 3-87-1 0-0-0 22:16 3 of 13 0 of 1 1-2 3-19 Scoring Play Fozzy Whittaker 7-yard run Mike Davis 7-yard reception Jarvis Phillips 87-yard interception Lyle Leong 15-yard reception Justin Tucker 27-yard field goal Barrett Matthews 1-yard touchdown

SCORE BY QUARTERS Texas Tech Iowa State

1 0 0

2 14 24

3 10 0

4 14 28

FINAL 38 52

AMES, Iowa (AP) - Austen Arnaud threw a career-high four touchdown passes and Jeremy Reeves capped a wild game by returning an onside kick 42 yards for a touchdown, leading Iowa State to a 52-38 victory over Texas Tech on Saturday night. Iowa State (3-2, 1-1 Big 12) built a 24-0 lead in the first half, saw the Red Raiders (2-2, 0-2) rally to tie it, then capitalized on a fumble recovery to regain the lead in the fourth quarter when the teams combined for 42 points. Taylor Potts threw five touchdown passes for Texas Tech, the last a 26-yarder to Lyle Leong to draw the Red Raiders within 45-38 with 2:05 left. The Red Raiders then tried an onside kick, but Reeves grabbed the ball and ran it back for a touchdown to finally put it out of reach Iowa State coach Paul Rhoads got the victory over his former boss, Tommy Tuberville of Texas Tech. Rhoads was the defensive coordinator at Auburn in 2008 when Tuberville was the Tigers’ head coach. With the score 24-24 late in the third quarter, Tech’s Detron Lewis fumbled and ISU’s Jake Knott recovered at the Red Raiders’ 39. Five plays later, 6-foot-5 tight end Collin Franklin leaped in the back of the zone to grab a 27-yard pass from Arnaud for the go-ahead score. After the Red Raiders went three-and-out, freshman Shontrelle Johnson sprinted 61 yards for a touchdown and a 38-24 lead, which proved to be just enough for Iowa State to hold on. The 52 points were the most by Iowa State in a Big 12 game and Reeves’ kickoff return was the first for a score by an ISU player since Troy Davis took one back on Nov. 19, 1994 at Colorado. The Cyclones needed the high-scoring night because after a slow start, Potts had the Red Raiders motoring up and down the field the way Tech teams have become accustomed to moving. Potts completed 42 of 62 passes for 377 yards and one interception. Three of his touchdown passes went to Leong, who had nine catches for 125 yards. Arnaud, who had only two touchdown passes entering the game, went 20-for-28 for 190 yards and was not intercepted. Teammate Alexander Robinson set up a touchdown with a 65-yard run and finished with 103 yards in 12 carries. Johnson, a freshman, carried 12 times for 102 yards. It was the first time Iowa State had two 100-yard rushers in a game since the 2004 Independence Bowl. After Tech drew to 38-31 on Potts’ 10-yard TD pass to Eric Stephens, Arnaud took Iowa State on a 6-minute drive that he finished with a 4-yard touchdown pass to a wide open Kurt Hammerschmidt. Potts took Tech right back down the field for his final touchdown pass to Leong before Reeves returned the onside kick for a TD. Arnaud threw touchdown passes of 36 yards to Darius Reynolds and 14 yards to Josh Lenz. Tech got back in it with touchdowns 36 seconds apart at the end of the first half, then tied it in the third quarter on Matt Williams’ 24-yard field goal and Potts’ 21-yard TD pass to Leong.

TEAM STATISTICS TTU First Downs ...............................................................28 Net Yards Rushing .....................................................131 Net Yards Passing......................................................377 Completions-Attempts-Int ..........................................42-62-1 Total Offense Yards ...................................................508 Fumbles: Number-Lost................................................0-0 Penalties: Number-Yards ............................................7-66 Kickoffs-Yards ...........................................................7-332 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD..................................1-(-1)-0 Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD.................................5-111-0 Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD....................................0-0-0 Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD ................................0-0-0 Possession Time ........................................................26:04 Third-Down Conversions ............................................8 of 17 Fourth-Down Conversions ..........................................2 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances ..........................................4-4 Sacks By: Number-Yards ............................................2-8 SCORING SUMMARY No. of Total Team Plays Yards ISU 17 52 ISU 5 57 ISU 2 18 ISU 4 67 TTU 8 75 TTU 1 20 TTU 14 70 TTU 9 80 ISU 5 39 ISU 1 61 TTU 12 80 ISU 12 53 TTU 9 78 ISU 0 0

Drive Type of Score Time Score Qtr/Time 6:52 FG 2nd/14:16 1:45 TD 2nd/11:17 :34 TD 2nd/6:13 1:45 TD 2nd/2:59 2:08 TD 2nd/:45 :06 TD 2nd/:09 4:34 FG 3rd/10:21 2:08 TD 3rd/5:25 1:31 TD 4th/14:12 :10 TD 4th/13:07 3:07 TD 4th/10:00 6:14 TD 4th/3:40 2:05 TD 4th/1:30 0:00 TD 4th/1:22

Drive Start I31 I43 I33 I33 T25 I20 T23 T20 T39 I39 T20 I47 T22 T00

ISU 22 251 190 20-28-0 441 1-0 6-55 9-610 1-1-0 5-125-1 1-6-0 0-0-0 33:56 10 of 18 1 of 3 4-4 0-0 Scoring Play Grant Mahoney 31-yard field goal Darius Reynolds 36-yard reception Josh Lenz 14-yard reception Alexander Robinson 1-yard rush Eric Stephens 0-yard fumble recovery Lyle Leong 20-yard reception Matt Williams 24-yard field goal Lyle Leong 21-yard reception Collin Franklin 27-yard reception Shontre Johnson 61-yard rush Eric Stephens 10-yard reception K. Hammerschmidt 4-yard reception Lyle Leong 26-yard reception Jeremy Reeves 42-yard kickoff return

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2010 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL

GAME FIVE • Texas Tech 45, Baylor 38 SCORE BY QUARTERS Baylor Texas Tech

Cotton Bowl (48,213 Attendance) October 9, 2010 1 14 14

2 14 21

3 3 10

4 7 0

SCORING SUMMARY No. of Total Team Plays Yards BU 12 82 TTU 9 80 BU 0 0 TTU 7 69 BU 7 84 TTU 3 75 TTU 7 44 TTU 13 92 BU 3 72 TTU 12 53 TTU 12 84 BU 11 58 BU 8 40

Drive Type of Score Time Score Qtr/Time 5:36 TD 1st/9:24 2:34 TD 1st/6:50 0:00 TD 1st/6:37 2:35 TD 1st/:34 3:42 TD 2nd/11:52 :59 TD 2nd/10:53 2:22 TD 2nd/6:56 4:18 TD 2nd/1:38 :21 TD 2nd/1:17 2:34 FG 3rd/12:26 3:05 TD 3rd/7:26 3:38 FG 3rd/3:48 3:16 TD 4th/14:11

GAME SIX • Oklahoma State 34, Texas Tech 17

FINAL 38 45

DALLAS (AP) - Taylor Potts threw for 462 yards and four touchdowns, and Texas Tech avoided its first-ever 0-3 start in the Big 12 as it held off Baylor 45-38 on Saturday. The Red Raiders (3-2, 1-2) were coming off consecutive losses to Texas and Iowa State. Texas Tech hadn’t been 0-3 in league play since 1990 when it was a member of the nowdefunct Southwest Conference. Potts, who completed 15 straight passes on one point in the first half and finished 42 of 59, guided an offense which gained 635 total yards. Baylor (4-2, 1-1) has dropped 15 consecutive games to Texas Tech. The Bears were looking to start 5-1 for the first time since 1994, the last year they played in a bowl game. Terrance Ganaway returned an onside kick for a touchdown and quarterback Robert Griffin threw for 384 yards and accounted for four touchdowns, including a 2-yard run that cut Texas Tech’s lead to 45-38 early in the fourth quarter. The Bears had chances to tie the game after that. They had a drive stall at the 16 when they couldn’t convert fourth-and-15. Baylor had one last opportunity when it took possession at its 34 with 57 seconds left. The Bears drove to the Tech 31, but time expired before they got off a final play. Saturday’s game was played at the Cotton Bowl, the second straight time Texas Tech and Baylor have faced off at a neutral site. Last season’s meeting was played at nearby Cowboys Stadium. Potts, who was 25 of 32 for 306 yards in the first half, threw a 3-yard scoring pass to Alex Torres that gave the Red Raiders a 28-21 lead in the second quarter. Torres also had a 1-yard TD in the opening quarter. The Texas Tech senior’s string of consecutive completions came to an end when he misfired on a short screen pass late in the first half. Two plays later, Potts connected with Lewis on a 10-yard score to cap a 92-yard drive and put the Red Raiders ahead 35-21. Kendall Wright, who had 145 yards receiving, hauled in a 62-yard touchdown pass from Griffin to bring Baylor within 35-28 with 1:17 left in the first half. The Bears went 82 yards on its opening drive, which was capped by Griffin’s 1-yard sneak. The Red Raiders answers when Eric Stephens broke free for a 10-yard touchdown run on fourth-and-1. Texas Tech attempted an onside kick, but the ball didn’t travel the required 10 yards. After a Red Raiders player failed to touch the ball, Ganaway scooped up the loose ball and ran 38 yards for a touchdown.

TEAM STATISTICS BU First Downs ...............................................................22 Net Yards Rushing .....................................................80 Net Yards Passing......................................................427 Completions-Attempts-Int ..........................................33-45-0 Total Offense Yards ...................................................507 Fumbles: Number-Lost................................................2-0 Penalties: Number-Yards ............................................9-65 Kickoffs-Yards ...........................................................7-408 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD..................................2-5-0 Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD.................................8-154-1 Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD....................................1-19-0 Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD ................................0-0-0 Possession Time ........................................................31:01 Third-Down Conversions ............................................7 of 15 Fourth-Down Conversions ..........................................1 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances ..........................................3-4 Sacks By: Number-Yards ............................................2-22

Jones AT&T Stadium (60,454 Attendance) October 16, 2010

TTU 35 173 462 42-59-1 635 1-0 6-42 8-454 1-0-0 5-75-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 28:59 10 of 16 1 of 1 6-7 1-7

Drive Scoring Start Play B18 Robert Griffin 1-yard run T20 Eric Stephens 10-yard run T00 Terrance Ganaway 38-yard kickoff return T31 Alex Torres 1-yard reception B16 Josh Gordon 34-yard reception T25 Baron Batch 37-yard run B44 Alex Torres 3-yard reception T08 Detron Lewis 10-yard reception B28 Kendall Wright 62-yard reception T34 Matt Williams 30-yard field goal T16 Baron Batch 7-yard reception T34 Aaron Jones 31-yard field goal T40 Robert Griffin 2-yard run

SCORE BY QUARTERS Oklahoma State Texas Tech

1 21 0

2 3 14

3 7 3

4 3 0

FINAL 34 17

LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) - Justin Blackmon had a career-high 207 yards receiving with a touchdown to lead No. 20 Oklahoma State to a 34-17 win over Texas Tech on Saturday, the Cowboys’ first in Lubbock since 1944. Blackmon’s 62-yard touchdown catch in the third quarter was the longest play of the game and put the contest out of reach for the Cowboys. Brandon Weeden completed 24 of 35 passes for 356 yards, the touchdown and two interceptions. The Cowboys (6-0, 2-0 Big 12) went ahead 21-0 in the first quarter after three rushing touchdowns - 15 yards by Kendall Hunter, and 4 yards each by Joseph Randle and Jeremy Smith - and Texas Tech couldn’t put together enough offense in the second half to make it a contest. Blackmon’s previous career high for receiving yards came last week against Louisiana-Lafayette, when he had 13 catches for 190 yards. He caught 10 passes Saturday. Taylor Potts, who had 462 yards passing in last week’s 4538 win over Baylor, went 28 of 43 for 226 yards and a touchdown for Texas Tech (3-3, 1-3). During halftime he was taken to a hospital to be checked for a concussion after a hit in the jaw, Texas Tech coach Tommy Tuberville said. Potts returned and played the entire second half. It’s the second time in three years the Cowboys started 6-0, and the fourth time overall. Hunter, ranked fifth in the nation in rushing coming into the game, finished with 130 yards on 25 carries. He had been averaging 140. The Cowboys failed to score in their first possession of the second half for the first time this season. The drive ended when Bront Bird intercepted Weeden at the Texas Tech 26. A few plays into the drive Baron Batch fumbled and Jamie Blatnick recovered it for the Cowboys at their own 36. Two plays later, Weeden found Blackmon at about the Texas Tech 40 and the standout receiver ran along the sideline for the 62-yard scoring strike. The Red Raiders didn’t score until their sixth possession, their first drive of the second quarter, when Batch scored from the 1 to whittle the deficit to 21-7. After stopping the Cowboys, Texas Tech needed just 2:41 to pull closer. Potts faked a throw to the outside before finding Cornelius Douglas over the middle for a 28-yard touchdown that made it 21-14. Texas Tech looked lethargic in the first quarter as the Cowboys piled up 215 total yards to 38 for the Red Raiders. They punted five times and went three-and-out in their first three possessions. By the time the Red Raiders got their initial first down, they were already trailing 14-0. The Cowboys came out running the ball. On their second possession OSU ran on all five plays before Hunter, averaging 140 yards per game coming in, rumbled 15 yards for a touchdown - his 10th this season - to put the Cowboys up 7-0. Of the 61 yards on the drive, Kendall had 46. The Red Raiders struggled on defense too, giving up plays of at least 25 yards four times in the first quarter. Weeden went to his top receiver often and successfully. He found Blackmon four times for 74 yards in the first quarter alone.

TEAM STATISTICS OSU First Downs ...............................................................30 Net Yards Rushing .....................................................225 Net Yards Passing......................................................356 Completions-Attempts-Int ..........................................24-35-2 Total Offense Yards ...................................................581 Fumbles: Number-Lost................................................1-0 Penalties: Number-Yards ............................................5-53 Kickoffs-Yards ...........................................................7-470 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD..................................1-(-4)-0 Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD.................................3-45 Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD....................................0-0-0 Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD ................................0-0-0 Possession Time ........................................................34:32 Third-Down Conversions ............................................6 of 15 Fourth-Down Conversions ..........................................0 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances ..........................................5-5 Sacks By: Number-Yards ............................................2-14 SCORING SUMMARY No. of Total Team Plays Yards OSU 5 61 OSU 5 62 OSU 8 82 TTU 15 80 TTU 9 59 OSU 14 74 OSU 2 64 TTU 9 40 OSU 7 48

Drive Type of Score Time Score Qtr/Time 1:40 TD 1st/9:53 1:06 TD 1st/7:44 2:42 TD 1st/1:21 5:17 TD 2nd/11:04 2:41 TD 2nd/5:54 5:37 FG 2nd/:17 :33 TD 3rd/9:56 3:08 FG 3rd/2:13 2:45 FG 4th/11:33

Drive Start O39 O38 O18 T20 T41 008 O36 T50 O37

TTU 20 175 226 28-43-0 401 2-2 5-51 4-282 2-15-0 4-282-0 2-19-0 0-0-0 25:28 6 of 18 1 of 3 2-3 1-9 Scoring Play Kendall Hunter 15-yard run Joseph Randle 4-yard run Jeremy Smith 4-yard run Baron Batch 4-yard run Cornelius Douglas 28-yard reception Dan Bailey 35-yard field goal Justin Blackmon 62-yard reception Matt Williams 27-yard field goal Dan Bailey 32-yard field goal

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2010 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL Folsom Field (47,665 Attendance) October 23, 2010

GAME SEVEN • Texas Tech 27, Colorado 24 SCORE BY QUARTERS Texas Tech Colorado

1 0 7

2 7 3

3 7 14

4 13 0

SCORING SUMMARY No. of Total Team Plays Yards CU 11 40 TTU 11 79 CU 18 73 CU 11 80 TTU 7 93 CU 4 72 TTU 12 57 TTU 7 80 TTU 6 34

Drive Type of Score Time Score Qtr/Time 6:03 TD 1st/4:48 4:53 TD 2nd/6:10 5:53 FG 2nd/:12 2:34 TD 3rd/10:32 1:42 TD 3rd/8:43 1;12 TD 3rd/4:43 4:48 FG 4th/14:55 1:55 TD 4th/10:54 2:18 FG 4th/2:18

Drive Start T40 T21 C21 C20 T07 C28 T20 T20 T47

GAME EIGHT • Texas A&M 45, Texas Tech 27 SCORE BY QUARTERS Texas Tech Texas A&M

FINAL 27 24

BOULDER, Colo. (AP) Matt Williams’ 36-yard field goal with 2:09 left capped Texas Tech’s comeback from a 10-point deficit and gave the Red Raiders a 27-24 win over Colorado on Saturday. The Red Raiders (4-3, 2-3 Big 12) started the game-winning drive at midfield after Austin Zouzalik thwarted the Buffaloes’ rugby punt strategy by grabbing the line-drive at his 47. After Williams’ field goal, the Buffaloes (3-4, 0-3) turned the ball over on downs at their own 22 with 1:44 left when Cody Hawkins misfired on three throws and completed another for 2 yards. Hawkins replaced injured starter Tyler Hansen (ribs) late in the first half and led the Buffaloes to a field goal that gave them a 10-7 halftime lead. He then hooked up for two scores with freshman Paul Richardson as the Buffs built a 24-14 lead. Williams’ 40-yard field goal on the first play of the fourth quarter made it 24-17, and after Aric Goodman was wide right on a 35-yard attempt for Colorado, the Red Raiders drove 80 yards in seven plays and tied it on Taylor Potts’ 7-yard touchdown pass to Lyle Leong with 11 minutes left. The Red Raiders were about to go ahead when Colorado cornerback Jalil Brown intercepted a fade pass in his end zone that was intended for Detron Lewis with six minutes remaining. But the Buffs were forced to punt and that’s when their strategy, which they hoped would result in a bouncing ball down the field, was thwarted by Zouzalik. Potts hit Lewis for 14 yards and Baron Batch ran for 14 more, setting up Williams’ game-winner. After a slow start, Potts completed 24 of 38 passes for 286 yards and two TDs. Alex Torres caught six passes for 133 yards, and Lewis had a half dozen receptions that covered 84 yards. For a while it looked like Hawkins would overshadow Potts. He hooked up with Richardson for TD passes of 3 and 60 yards as Richardson became the first freshman in school history to catch two touchdown throws in a game. Hansen was having a good game when he got hurt, completing all but one of his 10 passes and running for the game’s first score. But he was blasted by linebacker Tyrone Sonier just as he pitched the ball to tailback Rodney Stewart on an option play late in the first half. Hawkins came in and completed 6 of 9 passes for 77 yards but the Buffs’ drive stalled at the 3 and Goodman’s 23-yard field goal gave Colorado a 10-7 halftime lead. In between his two TD throws to Richardson, the Red Raiders capped a 93-yard drive with Potts’ 15-yard frozen rope touchdown throw to Torres. In the first half, Hansen’s 1-yard keeper put Colorado ahead 7-0, and the Red Raiders, who came in averaging 315 yards passing, had trouble getting going in Boulder’s thin air. Finally, Potts hit Torres for a 17-yard gain and Eric Stephens reeled off a 25-yard run after he decked out freshman safety Terrel Smith at the line of scrimmage. Smith was making his debut after discarding his redshirt in the face of an injury epidemic in the Buffs’ defensive backfield, where five players have suffered serious injuries. TEAM STATISTICS TTU First Downs ...............................................................23 Net Yards Rushing .....................................................144 Net Yards Passing......................................................286 Completions-Attempts-Int ..........................................24-38-1 Total Offense Yards ...................................................430 Fumbles: Number-Lost................................................1-1 Penalties: Number-Yards ............................................5-42 Kickoffs-Yards ...........................................................5-231 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD..................................3-7-0 Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD.................................4-63-0 Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD....................................0-0-0 Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD ................................0-0-0 Possession Time ........................................................29:07 Third-Down Conversions ............................................5 of 15 Fourth-Down Conversions ..........................................1 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances ..........................................5-6 Sacks By: Number-Yards ............................................2-15

Kyle Field (84,479 Attendance) October 30, 2010

CU 20 28 336 31-53-0 364 2-0 7-44 5-334 3-53-0 2-40-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 30:53 9 of 21 1 of 2 3-4 2-12 Scoring Play Tyler Hansen 1-yard run Aaron Crawford 1-yard run Aric Goodman 23-yard field goal Paul Richardson 3-yard reception Alex Torres 15-yard reception Paul Richardson 60-yard reception Matt Williams 40-yard field goal Lyle Leong 7-yard reception Matt Williams 36-yard field goal

1 7 3

2 7 27

3 0 14

4 13 7

FINAL 27 45

COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) - Ryan Tannehill had a school-record 449 yards passing and four touchdowns in his first career start and Cyrus Gray ran for two more scores as Texas A&M beat Texas Tech 45-27 on Saturday. The Aggies (5-3, 2-2 Big 12) trailed 7-0 early, but Tannehill threw three touchdown passes in the first half to give Texas A&M a 24-14 halftime lead. Gray had touchdown runs of 54 and 2 yards in the third quarter to stretch the lead to 38-14. Taylor Potts threw for 227 yards and a touchdown for the Red Raiders (4-4, 2-4). But Texas Tech fumbled twice near the goal line and Potts was replaced by Steven Sheffield in the fourth quarter. Sheffield had 129 yards passing and two touchdowns. Jeff Fuller caught two of Tannehill’s touchdown passes and finished with 11 receptions for 171 yards to become the second player in Texas A&M history to reach 2000 career yards receiving. The Red Raiders opened the second half with a drive that included a 54-yard reception by Detron Lewis. It was halted when Lewis caught an 11-yard pass on the next play and fumbled the ball, which was recovered in the end zone by the Aggies. It was the second time Texas A&M recovered a fumble in their own end zone. Texas A&M’s offense got going in the second quarter with Tannehill finding Michael Lamothe on a 3-yard touchdown pass for a 10-7 lead. Lamothe added a touchdown on a 1-yard reception that made it 45-20 in the fourth quarter. Fuller’s first touchdown was on a 6-yard reception that pushed A&M’s lead to 17-7. Tech cut the lead to 17-14 when Lyle Leong caught a short pass from Potts and dashed untouched into the end zone about three minutes later. Adam James made his first catch of the season on a 12-yard reception on that drive. He took a hard hit on the play that drew a flag on Texas A&M’s Von Miller. Former Tech coach Mike Leach was fired in December amid allegations that he mistreated James after he suffered a concussion. Fuller gave the Aggies a 24-14 lead after a 2-yard touchdown catch with 9 seconds left in the first half. That drive was helped by two personal fouls on Tech for targeting defenseless receivers. Texas Tech jumped out to an early 7-0 lead when Eric Stephens scored on a 1-yard run midway through the first quarter. The Red Raiders took possession after Texas A&M’s pass on fourth-and-1 from the Tech 48 was batted down. Texas Tech forced a fumble by the Aggies on its next possession and was about to stretch the lead to two touchdowns, but Stephens fumbled near the goal line and Texas A&M recovered. The Aggies capitalized on that error with a 28-yard field goal by Randy Bullock that cut the lead to 7-3. Texas A&M running back Christine Michael suffered a broken right tibia on a carry in the third quarter.

TEAM STATISTICS TTU First Downs ...............................................................24 Net Yards Rushing .....................................................96 Net Yards Passing......................................................356 Completions-Attempts-Int ..........................................34-51-1 Total Offense Yards ...................................................452 Fumbles: Number-Lost................................................3-2 Penalties: Number-Yards ............................................8-81 Kickoffs-Yards ...........................................................5-316 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD..................................1-(-2)-0 Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD.................................6-136-0 Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD....................................1-14-0 Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD ................................1-4-0 Possession Time ........................................................26:46 Third-Down Conversions ............................................6 of 16 Fourth-Down Conversions ..........................................1 of 3 Red-Zone Scores-Chances ..........................................3-5 Sacks By: Number-Yards ............................................2-18 SCORING SUMMARY No. of Total Team Plays Yards TTU 11 52 TAMU 11 69 TAMU 7 70 TAMU 4 57 TTU 10 88 TAMU 8 60 TAMU 2 60 TAMU 12 60 TTU 8 42 TAMU 6 81 TTU 3 77

Drive Type of Score Time Score Qtr/Time 3:30 TD 1st/7:37 3:55 FG 1st/:36 2:58 TD 2nd/10:38 1:15 TD 2nd/8:18 2:45 TD 2nd/5:33 :53 TD 2nd.:09 :45 TD 3rd/7:36 3:53 TD 3rd/1:36 2:57 TD 4th/11:30 2:04 TD 4th/9:26 :39 TD 4th/2:14

Drive Start T38 A20 A30 A43 T12 A40 A40 A40 A42 A19 T23

TAMU 35 174 449 36-50-1 623 5-2 9-75 8-505 1-0-0 3-48-0 1-35-0 0-0-0 33:14 5 of 12 0 of 1 6-6 2-21 Scoring Play Eric Stephens 1-yard run Randy Bullock 29-yard field goal Michael Lamothe 3-yard reception Jeff Fuller 6-yard reception Lyle Leong 15-yard reception Jeff Fuller 2-yard reception Cyrus Gray 54-yard run Cyrus Gray 2-yard run Lyle Leong 11-yard reception Michael Lamonthe 1-yard reception Lyle Leong 35-yard reception

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2010 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL Jones AT&T Stadium (55,667 Attendance) November 7, 2010

GAME NINE • Texas Tech 24, Missouri 17 SCORE BY QUARTERS Missouri Texas Tech

1 14 3

2 3 7

3 0 14

4 0 0

SCORING SUMMARY No. of Total Team Plays Yards MU 3 80 MU 2 80 TTU 8 29 MU 8 84 TTU 16 82 TTU 6 70 TTU 12 85

Drive Type of Score Time Score Qtr/Time 1:03 TD 1st/13:57 :38 TD 1st/8:36 1:57 FG 1st/6:39 2:10 FG 2nd/5:10 4:55 TD 2nd/:15 2:20 TD 3rd/12:40 5:54 TD 3rd/6:46

Drive Start M20 M20 T46 M07 T18 T30 T15

SCORE BY QUARTERS Texas Tech Oklahoma

FINAL 17 24

LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) - Taylor Potts came off the bench and threw for 188 yards and three touchdowns to lead Texas Tech over No. 14 Missouri 24-17 on Saturday. Potts didn’t start for the first time this season but came in late in the first half and threw TD passes of 8, 5 and 16 yards on three straight possessions by the Red Raiders (5-4, 3-4 Big 12) spanning the halves to wipe out a 17-3 deficit. Missouri disappeared for two quarters, but Zaviar Gooden’s interception at the Tigers 2 kept the game close. Still, the Tigers failed to move the ball into Red Raiders territory. Blaine Gabbert completed 12-of-30 passes for 95 yards for the Tigers (7-2, 3-2), who have lost two straight and will have a tough time making up the difference on first-place Nebraska. Missouri lost to the Cornhuskers last week. Red Raiders coach Tommy Tuberville has said all season he wanted his team to get 150 rushing yards a game. Texas Tech got 198 yards on 51 carries, with Baron Batch going for 134. Missouri had chances with less than five minutes remaining in the game. Gabbert threw two passes into the end zone from Texas Tech’s 34 that appeared catchable. But neither Wes Kemp nor Jerrell Jackson could pull the ball in for a tying score. Potts watched from the sideline as backup quarterback Steven Sheffield started. Sheffield completed 11-of20 passes for 99 yards. When Potts went in the Red Raiders offense began to click at the same time that Missouri’s began to struggle. After the first quarter, Gabbert’s passes lacked accuracy. He completed only three in the third quarter for 15 yards. On the third play from scrimmage, Marcus Murphy took a pitch from Gabbert and rumbled 69 yards for a 7-0. It was the longest rushing play of the season for Missouri. The teams traded three-and-outs before Kendial Lawrence bested Murphy’s run and went 71 yards untouched along the far sideline to make it 14-0. The two TD runs gave Missouri just 2 fewer yards (140) than they got the whole game in its 31-17 loss at Nebraska (142). The Tigers finished with 260 rushing yards on 31 carries. Lawrence had 102 yards on six carries Sheffield, who started his first game of the season, struggled to put drives together. On five of the seven drives with Sheffield taking snaps the Red Raiders punted. They got a field goal to trail 14-3 and lost a fumble on the other two possessions. With about five minutes left in the half Tuberville pulled Sheffield and put in Potts, who promptly led Texas Tech on 16-play drive, capping it with an 8-yard touchdown pass to Detron Lewis. After dominating the first quarter, Missouri got 85 total yards in the second and 22 in the third. The Tigers managed only three first downs in the second half.

TEAM STATISTICS MU First Downs ...............................................................14 Net Yards Rushing .....................................................260 Net Yards Passing......................................................95 Completions-Attempts-Int ..........................................12-30-0 Total Offense Yards ...................................................355 Fumbles: Number-Lost................................................1-1 Penalties: Number-Yards ............................................6-57 Kickoffs-Yards ...........................................................4-262 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD..................................3-6-0 Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD.................................3-43-0 Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD....................................1-10-0 Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD ................................0-0-0 Possession Time ........................................................20:19 Third-Down Conversions ............................................1 of 12 Fourth-Down Conversions ..........................................0 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances ..........................................1-1 Sacks By: Number-Yards ............................................2-20

GAME 10 • Oklahoma 45, Texas Tech 7

TTU 29 198 287 30-50-1 485 1-1 6-57 7-250 3-31-0 4-103-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 39:41 10 of 23 1 of 1 3-4 1-9 Scoring Play Marcus Murphy 69-yard rush Kendial Lawrence 71-yard rush Matt Williams 42-yard field goal Grant Ressel 27-yard field goal Detron Lewis 8-yard reception Lyle Leong 16-yard reception Lyle Leong 4-yard reception

Memorial Stadium (85,116 Attendance) November 13, 2010 1 7 24

2 0 14

3 0 7

4 0 0

FINAL 7 45

NORMAN, Okla. (AP) -Ryan Broyles caught three of Landry Jones’ five touchdown passes and broke a few more Oklahoma records, leading the 19th-ranked Sooners to a 45-7 victory against Texas Tech on Saturday. Broyles caught eight passes for 119 yards and broke Mark Clayton’s career records for receptions and touchdown catches at Oklahoma (8-2, 4-2 Big 12). He also eclipsed his own mark for catches in a season and now holds almost every significant receiving record at the school. Broyles tumbled backward into the end zone after an acrobatic 29-yard catch in the second quarter and later added an 18-yard touchdown catch and a leaping 8-yard TD grab on a fade route. Texas Tech (5-5, 3-5) scored on Detron Lewis’ touchdown pass to fellow receiver Darrin Moore out of the wildcat formation but then gave up 38 straight points. Jones surpassed 300 yards passing for the seventh time this season, completing 22 of 29 passes for 317 yards. He also had a 12-yard touchdown pass to DeMarco Murray on Oklahoma’s first possession and a 59-yard score on a deep ball to Kenny Stills. It was the third straight blowout by the home team in the series. The Sooners came up with a memorable 65-21 rout against the No. 2 Red Raiders two years ago, derailing Tech’s bid at perfection in the next-to-last game of the regular season. The Red Raiders got a measure of revenge last season with a 41-13 victory in the rematch, celebrating to the same song - House of Pain’s “Jump Around” - that the Sooners jubilantly bounced to in 2008. The stakes weren’t nearly so high in this one. Oklahoma bounced back from its fourth straight conference road loss to stretch the nation’s longest home winning streak to 36, in the process keeping alive its chances of winning the Big 12 South title. Tech, which has been eligible for a bowl game each of the last 16 years, remained one win shy with only nonconference home games against Weber State and Houston left on the schedule. The Sooners got a scare when Murray went to the locker room in the second quarter after trainers were examining his chest, but he came back for the opening series of the second half. Starting defensive tackle Adrian Taylor didn’t return after he was wheeled off the field in a cart later in the second quarter. He was unable to put weight on his right foot. Oklahoma is already without its other starting defensive tackle, Casey Walker, due to injury. After allowing a season-best 95 yards passing by Blaine Gabbert in an upset of then-No. 14 Missouri last week, Texas Tech’s defense returned to its usual struggles. Jones threw for 276 yards and four touchdowns in the first half against the defense that ranks third-to-last in the nation against the pass, guiding the Sooners to a 38-7 advantage. Broyles’ 15-yard catch on Oklahoma’s second play of the game broke a tie with Clayton for the school record for career receptions at 221. His leaping catch over Jarvis Phillips in the third quarter stretched the lead to 45-7 and gave him 32 receptions for touchdowns in his career, one more than Clayton. He also matched Clayton’s records with eight 100-yard games in a season and 15 in a career. TEAM STATISTICS TTU First Downs ...............................................................15 Net Yards Rushing .....................................................182 Net Yards Passing......................................................144 Completions-Attempts-Int ..........................................20-41-2 Total Offense Yards ....................................................326 Fumbles: Number-Lost................................................1-0 Penalties: Number-Yards ............................................9-115 Kickoffs-Yards ...........................................................2-143 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD..................................1-2-0 Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD.................................6-136-0 Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD....................................0-0-0 Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD ................................0-0-0 Possession Time ........................................................30:52 Third-Down Conversions ............................................6 of 18 Fourth-Down Conversions ..........................................0 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances ..........................................1-2 Sacks By: Number-Yards ............................................1-5 SCORING SUMMARY No. of Total Team Plays Yards OU 8 80 TTU 7 67 OU 7 53 OU 4 75 OU 6 57 OU 5 72 OU 4 53 OU 7 53

Drive Type of Score Time Score Qtr/Time 2:29 TD 1st/12:31 2:24 TD 1st/10:03 2:04 FG 1st/7:53 1:29 TD 1st/5:01 2:30 TD 1st/:26 1:58 TD 2nd/10:15 :38 TD 2nd/:27 1:50 TD 3rd/5:53

Drive Start O20 T33 O30 O25 O43 O28 O47 O47

OU 26 246 316 23-31-0 562 2-1 5-63 8-506 3-11-0 1-18-0 2-29-0 0-0-0 29:08 5 of 15 2 of 2 4-5 3-19 Scoring Play Demarco Murray 12-yard reception Darrin Moore 3-yrad recepetion Jimmy Stevens 34-yard field goal Kenny Stills 59-yard reception Roy Finch 29-yard rush Ryan Broyles 29-yard reception Ryan Broyles 18-yard reception Ryan Broyles 8-yard reception

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2010 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL 2010 SEASON RESULTS (5-5, 3-5 Big 12 Conference) Date Sept. 5 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 OPEN Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20 Nov. 27

Opponent SMU at New Mexico Texas

TEAM STATISTICS TECH

OPP

SCORING .........................................................286 Points Per Game ............................................28.6

323 32.3

FIRST DOWNS ................................................233 Rushing ............................................................80 Passing ...........................................................137 Penalty .............................................................16

228 75 133 20

RUSHING YARDAGE .................................... 1309 Yards gained rushing .....................................1562 Yards lost rushing ...........................................253 Rushing Attempts ...........................................336 Average Per Rush ............................................3.9 Average Per Game .......................................130.9 TDs Rushing .....................................................10

1563 1859 296 375 4.2 156.3 16

PASSING YARDAGE .................................... 2965 Comp-Att-Int ........................................ 299-474-9 Average Per Pass .............................................6.3 Average Per Catch ...........................................9.9 Average Per Game .......................................296.5 TDs Passing......................................................27

2950 253-398-11 7.4 11.7 295.0 23

TOTAL OFFENSE ......................................... 4274 Total Plays .....................................................810 Average Per Play .............................................5.3 Average Per Game .......................................427.4

4513 773 5.8 451.3

KICK RETURNS: #-Yards ........................47-1059 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards......................... 19-119 INT RETURNS: #-Yards ............................ 11-195 KICK RETURN AVERAGE ...............................22.5 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE ...............................6.3 INT RETURN AVERAGE .................................17.7 FUMBLES-LOST .......................................... 21-12

33-726 20-117 9-195 22.0 5.8 21.7 21-7

PENALTIES-YARDS .................................. 65-660 Average Per Game .........................................66.0

78-692 69.2

PUNTS-YARDS .......................................56-2266 Average Per Punt ...........................................40.5 Net punt average ...........................................38.0

53-2286 43.1 38.6

Avg/G 61.8 72.5 51.1 18.9 36.3 15.0 12.2 26.7 12.5 6.0 3.6 2.4 3.2 296.5 295.0

TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME ................... 28:20

31:40

3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS ..................... 70/168 3rd-Down Pct ................................................42%

60/159 38%

4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS ..........................9/21 4th-Down Pct ................................................43%

10/21 48%

SACKS BY-Yards ...................................... 22-149 MISC YARDS ......................................................0 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED ..................................38 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS.............................7-12 ON-SIDE KICKS................................................0-1 RED-ZONE SCORES ............................35-45 78% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS .................29-45 64% PAT-ATTEMPTS ...............................37-37 100%

20-178 7 41 12-15 0-0 36-43 84% 25-43 58% 41-41 100%

ATTENDANCE ..........................................234103 Games/Avg Per Game...............................4/58526 Neutral Site Games ...............................................

286156 5/57231 1/48213

Location Lubbock, Texas Albuquerque, N.M. Lubbock, Texas

Result W, 35-27 W, 52-17 L, 14-24

TV ESPN The Mtn. ABC

Attendance 57,528 25,734 60,454

at Iowa State Ames, Iowa vs. Baylor (Cotton Bowl) Dallas, Texas Oklahoma State Lubbock, Texas at Colorado Boulder, Colo. at Texas A&M College Station, Texas Missouri Lubbock, Texas at Oklahoma Norman, Okla. Weber State Lubbock, Texas Houston Lubbock, Texas

L, 38-52 W, 45-38 L, 17-34 W, 27-24 L, 27-45 W, 24-17 L, 7-45 2 p.m. 7 p.m.

FCS FSN FSN+ None None ABC ABC None FSN

43,162 48,213 60,454 47,665 84,479 55,667 85,116 -

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING GP Batch, Baron.......................................................10 Stephens, Eric.....................................................10 Crawford, Aaron .................................................10 McRoy, Ben ..........................................................9 Jeffers, Harris ......................................................7 Sheffield, Ste........................................................9 Lewis, Detron .....................................................10 Franks, Jacoby .....................................................7 TEAM ...................................................................5 Potts, Taylor.......................................................10 Total.......... ........................................................10 Opponents...... ...................................................10

Att 142 100 15 13 11 15 4 1 9 26 336 375

PASSING G Potts, Taylor...................................................... 10 Sheffield, Ste....................................................... 9 Lewis, Detron .................................................... 10 Zouzalik, Aust. ..................................................... 9 Douglas, Corne. ................................................. 10 Total.......... ....................................................... 10 Opponents...... .................................................. 10

Effic 132.71 110.00 455.20 0.00 0.00 130.62 139.37

Gain 685 495 101 75 51 50 15 0 0 90 1562 1859

Loss 11 7 1 7 4 34 0 2 40 147 253 296

Net 674 488 100 68 47 16 15 -2 -40 -57 1309 1563

Avg 4.7 4.9 6.7 5.2 4.3 1.1 3.8 -2.0 -4.4 -2.2 3.9 4.2

TD 4 4 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 10 16

Long 37 30 25 11 12 11 6 0 0 43 43 71

Avg/G 67.4 48.8 10.0 7.6 6.7 1.8 1.5 -0.3 -8.0 -5.7 130.9 156.3

Att-Cmp-Int 273-425-8 25-46-1 1-1-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 299-474-9 253-398-11

Pct 64.2 54.3 100.0 0.0 0.0 63.1 63.6

Yds 2712 250 3 0 0 2965 2950

TD 24 2 1 0 0 27 23

Lng 55 35 3 0 0 55 62

Avg/G 271.2 27.8 0.3 0.0 0.0 296.5 295.0

Yds 618 725 409 189 254 150 122 240 125 54 29 24 26 2965 2950

Avg 9.7 12.5 12.0 7.3 10.2 6.5 5.3 14.1 10.4 6.0 9.7 8.0 13.0 9.9 11.7

RECEIVING G No. Lewis, Detron ............................................................................................ 10 ............ 64 Leong, Lyle ................................................................................................ 10 ............ 58 Torres, Alex ................................................................................................. 8 ............ 34 Stephens, Eric............................................................................................ 10 ............ 26 Franks, Jacoby ............................................................................................ 7 ............ 25 Swindall, Tram. ......................................................................................... 10 ............ 23 Batch, Baron.............................................................................................. 10 ............ 23 Zouzalik, Aust. ............................................................................................. 9 ............ 17 Douglas, Corne. ......................................................................................... 10 ............ 12 Moore, Darrin .............................................................................................. 9 .............. 9 Ward, Eric .................................................................................................... 8 .............. 3 Crawford, Aaron ........................................................................................ 10 .............. 3 James, Adam ............................................................................................... 8 .............. 2 Total.......... ............................................................................................... 10 ..........299 Opponents...... .......................................................................................... 10 ..........253

TD 3 15 3 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 27 23

Long 54 40 45 19 30 20 14 55 28 14 12 11 14 55 62

PUNTING No. Lacour, Jon. ........................................................................51 Carona, Donnie ..................................................................... 5 Total.......... ........................................................................56 Opponents...... ...................................................................53

Yds 2042 224 2266 2286

Avg 40.0 44.8 40.5 43.1

Long 60 57 60 71

TB 1 0 1 6

FC 13 0 13 10

I20 11 1 12 15

Blkd 0 0 0 2

KICKOFFS No. Carona, Donnie ..................................................................54 Total.......... ........................................................................54 Opponents...... ...................................................................63

Yds 3450 3450 4078

Avg 63.9 63.9 64.7

TB 17 17 15

OB 2 2 0

Retn

Net

YdLn

726 1059

44.1 43.2

25 26

CATEGORY

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1st Texas Tech 66 Opponents 100

2nd 101 103

3rd 65 58

4th 54 62

OT

Total 286 323

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2010 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL SCORING TD Leong, Lyle .........................................................15 Williams, Matt ......................................................0 Stephens, Eric.......................................................6 Batch, Baron.........................................................5 Lewis, Detron .......................................................3 Torres, Alex ..........................................................3 Moore, Darrin .......................................................1 Crawford, Aaron ...................................................1 Sheffield, Ste........................................................1 Zouzalik, Aust. ......................................................1 Phillips, Jarv. ........................................................1 Douglas, Corne. ....................................................1 Carona, Donnie .....................................................0 Total.......... ........................................................38 Opponents...... ...................................................41

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

Rcv 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 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0

DXP 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

Points 90 58 36 30 18 18 6 6 6 6 6 6 0 286 323

TOTAL OFFENSE G Potts, Taylor...........................................................................................................10 Batch, Baron...........................................................................................................10 Stephens, Eric.........................................................................................................10 Sheffield, Ste............................................................................................................9 Crawford, Aaron .....................................................................................................10 McRoy, Ben ..............................................................................................................9 Jeffers, Harris ..........................................................................................................7 Lewis, Detron .........................................................................................................10 Franks, Jacoby .........................................................................................................7 TEAM .......................................................................................................................5 Total.......... ........................................................................................................... 10 Opponents...... ...................................................................................................... 10

Plays 451 142 100 61 15 13 11 5 1 9 810 773

Rush -57 674 488 16 100 68 47 15 -2 -40 1309 1563

Pass 2712 0 0 250 0 0 0 3 0 0 2965 2950

Total 2655 674 488 266 100 68 47 18 -2 -40 4274 4513

Avg/G 265.5 67.4 48.8 29.6 10.0 7.6 6.7 1.8 -0.3 -8.0 427.4 451.3

FIELD GOALS Williams, Matt Carona, Donnie

FGM-FGA 7-9 0-3

FGs 0-0 7-9 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-3 7-12 12-15

Pct 77.8 0.0

Kick 0-0 37-37 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 37-37 41-41

01-19 0-0 0-0

20-29 3-3 0-0

30-39 2-2 0-0

40-49 2-4 0-1

50-99 0-0 0-2

Lg 42 0

Blk 1 2

FG SEQUENCE Texas Tech OPPONENTS SMU ..................................................................................47,51 ..................................................(24),(61) New Mexico .........................................................................(22) .........................................................(28) Texas ........................................................................................ - .........................................................(27) Iowa State.......................................................................48,(24) .........................................................(35) Baylor ..............................................................................47,(30) .........................................................(31) Oklahoma State ....................................................................(27) ..................................................(35),(32) Colorado ........................................................................(40),(36) ....................................................(23),35 Texas A&M ............................................................................... - ....................................................(28),40 Missouri...........................................................................(42),54 .........................................................(27) Oklahoma .................................................................................. - ....................................................(34),36 Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made. ALL PURPOSE G Stephens, Eric.....................................................................10 Batch, Baron.......................................................................10 Leong, Lyle .........................................................................10 Lewis, Detron .....................................................................10 Torres, Alex .......................................................................... 8 Zouzalik, Aust. ...................................................................... 9 Franks, Jacoby ..................................................................... 7 Crawford, Aaron .................................................................10 Swindall, Tram. ..................................................................10 Jeffers, Harris ...................................................................... 7 Douglas, Corne. ..................................................................10 Phillips, Jarv. ......................................................................10 McRoy, Ben .......................................................................... 9 Moore, Darrin ....................................................................... 9 Bird, Bront ..........................................................................10 Ward, Eric ............................................................................. 8 Ford, Will .............................................................................. 4 James, Adam ........................................................................ 8 Hubert, Cqulin ....................................................................... 6 Sheffield, Ste........................................................................ 9 Brydon, Jon. .......................................................................10 Aguilar, Mich. ....................................................................... 9 Porter, Tre’ .........................................................................10 Johnson, D.J......................................................................... 9 Kelley, Blake ......................................................................... 4 TEAM ................................................................................... 5 Potts, Taylor.......................................................................10 Total.......... ........................................................................10 Opponents...... ...................................................................10

Rush 488 674 0 15 0 0 -2 100 0 47 0 0 68 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 0 0 0 0 0 -40 -57 1309 1563

Rec 189 122 725 618 409 240 254 24 150 0 125 0 0 54 0 29 0 26 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2965 2950

PR 0 0 0 62 0 5 0 39 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 0 0 0 -2 0 0 119 117

KOR 890 0 0 0 0 38 0 0 0 89 0 0 11 0 0 0 0 0 18 0 0 13 0 0 0 0 0 1059 726

PUNT RET No. Lewis, Detron ...................... 10 Zouzalik, Aust. ........................6 Kelley, Blake ...........................1 Crawford, Aaron .....................1 Brydon, Jon. ...........................1 Total.......... ......................... 19 Opponents...... .................... 20

Yds 62 5 -2 39 15 119 117

Avg 6.2 0.8 -2.0 39.0 15.0 6.3 5.8

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Long 25 16 0 0 0 25 45

INTERCEPTIONS No. Phillips, Jarv. ..........................4 Johnson, D.J...........................2 Bird, Bront ..............................2 Smith, Scott ...........................1 Porter, Tre’ .............................1 Ford, Will ................................1 Total.......... ......................... 11 Opponents...... ...................... 9

Yds 114 11 30 0 13 27 195 195

Avg 28.5 5.5 15.0 0.0 13.0 27.0 17.7 21.7

TD 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

Long 87 11 16 0 13 27 87 74

KICK RET No. Stephens, Eric...................... 36 Jeffers, Harris ........................5 Zouzalik, Aust. ........................3 Hubert, Cqulin .........................1 McRoy, Ben ............................1 Aguilar, Mich. .........................1 Total.......... ......................... 47 Opponents...... .................... 33

Yds 890 89 38 18 11 13 1059 726

Avg 24.7 17.8 12.7 18.0 11.0 13.0 22.5 22.0

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

Long 93 24 20 18 11 13 93 92

FUMBLE RET No. Davis, Cody ............................1 Total.......... ........................... 1 Opponents...... ...................... 2

Yds 4 4 10

Avg 4.0 4.0 5.0

TD 0 0 0

Long 4 4 7

CONVERSIONS Third Down Texas Tech Opponents Fourth Down Texas Tech Opponents

IR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 114 0 0 30 0 27 0 0 0 0 0 13 11 0 0 0 195 195

Tot 1567 796 725 695 409 283 252 163 150 136 125 114 79 54 30 29 27 26 18 16 15 13 13 11 -2 -40 -57 5647 5551

Avg/G 156.7 79.6 72.5 69.5 51.1 31.4 36.0 16.3 15.0 19.4 12.5 11.4 8.8 6.0 3.0 3.6 6.8 3.2 3.0 1.8 1.5 1.4 1.3 1.2 -0.5 -8.0 -5.7 564.7 555.1

1 13-40 14-39

2 25-46 11-35

3 19-43 19-42

4 13-39 16-43

Total 70-168 60-159

1 2-3 2-4

2 3-6 3-4

3 1-2 2-5

4 3-10 3-8

Total 9-21 10-21

TURNOVERS Takeaways – 18 Turnovers – 21 Points Off Turnovers – Tech: 42 (6 TD, 0 FG) Opponents: 48 (6 TD, 2 FG) Points Off Turnovers/Game – Texas Tech: 4.2 Opponents: 4.8 RED ZONE Texas Tech Red Zone Entries – 35-of-46 Scores – 35 (29 TD, 6 FG) Non-Scores – 11 (3 INT, 2 FUMBLE, 4 DOWNS, 1 HALF, 1MFG) Opponent Red Zone Entries – 36-of-43 Scores – 36 (25 TD, 11 FG) Non-Scores – 6 (3 INT, 1 HALF, 1 DOWNS, 2 MFG) KICKOFFS Kickoffs – 55 Touchbacks –16 Opponent Kickoff Returns – 33 for 726 yards (22.00) Fair Catches – 3 Out of Bounds – 1

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2010 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL DEFENSIVE STATISTICS DEFENSE GP 20 Bird, Bront ......................................................................................10 16 Davis, Cody ....................................................................................10 5 Porter, Tre’ .....................................................................................10 57 Duncan, Brian .................................................................................10 21 Phillips, Jarv. ..................................................................................10 93 Whitlock, Colby...............................................................................10 1B Johnson, D.J.....................................................................................9 13 Howard, Julius................................................................................10 41 Fehoko, Sam ...................................................................................10 26 Mitchem, Frank...............................................................................10 30 Dewhurst, Brett..............................................................................10 45 Sonier, Tyrone ..................................................................................8 1 Bullitt, Terr. ......................................................................................9 7 Ford, Will ..........................................................................................4 31 Neboh, Eugene ..................................................................................6 94 Smith, Scott .....................................................................................4 28 Moore, LaRon ...................................................................................6 98 Langley, Donald ..............................................................................10 95 Graves, Pearlie..................................................................................4 91 Hyder, Kerry .....................................................................................8 2 Douglas, Corne. ..............................................................................10 36 Acevedo, Ger. .................................................................................10 51 Hubert, Cqulin ...................................................................................6 56 Brydon, Jon. ...................................................................................10 47 Wade, Myles .....................................................................................5 92 Rumph, Lawrence ...........................................................................10 54 Bush, Dartwan..................................................................................4 49 Carona, Donnie ...............................................................................10 24 Stephens, Eric.................................................................................10 6 Zouzalik, Aust. ..................................................................................9 42 Cobb, Daniel .....................................................................................8 32 Crawford, Aaron .............................................................................10 40 Barr, Aundrey ...................................................................................4 27 Winbush, Zach ..................................................................................2 73 Keown, Justin.................................................................................10 99 Perry, Chris.......................................................................................8 18 Ward, Eric .........................................................................................8 39 Foster, Tanner ..................................................................................3 87 Fisher, Aaron ..................................................................................10 65 Waddle, LA .....................................................................................10 1A Sheffield, Ste....................................................................................9 60 Smitherman, Jes .............................................................................10 34 McRoy, Ben ......................................................................................9 8 Franks, Jacoby .................................................................................7 86 Torres, Alex ......................................................................................8 12 Potts, Taylor...................................................................................10 19 Leong, Lyle .....................................................................................10 25 Batch, Baron...................................................................................10 9 Lacour, Jon.....................................................................................10 Total...............................................................................................10 Opponents...... ................................................................................10

|-------Tackles-------| UA AS Tot 55 34 89 55 16 71 43 14 57 32 21 53 36 11 47 31 14 45 32 6 38 23 8 31 21 10 31 19 11 30 16 10 26 16 6 22 9 7 16 10 4 14 8 6 14 10 4 14 8 5 13 8 4 12 4 7 11 3 6 9 6 2 8 6 2 8 2 6 8 5 1 6 3 3 6 4 2 6 2 2 4 3 1 4 2 2 4 3 . 3 2 1 3 2 1 3 2 1 3 . 2 2 1 1 2 2 . 2 2 . 2 1 . 1 . 1 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 497 232 729 490 270 760

TFL/Yds 4.5-19 6.5-30 3.0-5 11.0-44 1.0-1 8.5-28 2.0-4 4.0-16 2.5-24 2.0-12 . 1.0-4 2.0-4 . 1.0-2 4.0-30 1.5-2 . 4.5-20 1.0-6 1.0-23 . . . 1.0-4 1.0-11 1.0-5 . . . . . 1.0-4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65-298 45.0-222

|-Sacks-| No-Yds 1.0-7 1.0-7 . 6.0-26 . 2.0-16 . . 1.0-9 1.0-11 . 1.0-4 . . . 3.0-28 . . 2.0-15 1.0-6 . . . . 1.0-4 1.0-11 1.0-5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-149 20-178

|---Pass Def---| Int-Yds BrUp 2-30 1 . 4 1-13 6 . . 4-114 8 . 1 2-11 3 . . . . . 4 . 1 . . . 1 1-27 1 . 1 1-0 . . 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-195 37 9-195 44

QBH . . . 1 . 1 . 2 2 . . 1 . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 16

|-Fumbles-| Rv-Yds FF 1-0 . 1-4 2 . . . 1 . . 1-0 . . . . . 1-0 1 1-0 . . . . 1 . 1 . . . . 1-0 2 . . 1-0 . . . . 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4 10 12-10 11

Blkd Kk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 3

Saf . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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2010 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL GAME-BY-GAME STARTERS OFFENSIVE STARTERS GAME SMU UNM TEXAS ISU BU OSU CU TAMU MU OU

LT Waddle Waddle Waddle Waddle Waddle Waddle Waddle Waddle Waddle Waddle

LG Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards

C Keown Keown Keown Keown Keown Keown Keown Keown Keown Kewon

RG Gallington Gallington Gallington Gallington Gallington Gallington Gallington Gallington Gallington Gallington

RT Olson Olson Okafor Okafor Okafor Okafor Okafor Okafor Okafor Okafor

QB Potts Potts Potts Potts Potts Potts Potts Potts Sheffield Potts

F Batch Stephens Batch Batch Batch Batch Batch Batch Batch Batch

H Swindall Swindall Stephens Swindall Swindall Swindall Stephens Swindall Swindall Swindall

X Leong Leong Leong Leong Leong Leong Moore Leong Leong Ward

Y Lewis Lewis Lewis Lewis Lewis Lewis Torres Torres Zouzalik Zouzalik

Z Franks Franks Franks Torres Torres Torres Lewis Lewis Lewis Lewis

DEFENSIVE STARTERS GAME SMU UNM TEXAS ISU BU OSU CU TAMU MU OU

LE Fehoko Barr Fehoko Smith Hyder Duncan Langley Langley Langley Fehoko

NT Whitlock Whitlock Whitlock Whitlock Whitlock Agoucha Agoucha Graves Graves Langley

DT Hyder Hyder Wade Wade Langley Whitlock Whitlock Whitlock Whitlock (RE) Whitlock

RE Duncan Duncan Duncan Duncan Duncan Phillips Duncan Duncan Mitchem (DB) Graves

SAM Phillips Phillips Phillips Porter Porter Porter Fehoko Phillips Neboh (DB) Porter (DB)

MIKE Bird Bird Bird Bird Bird Bird Bird Bird Bird Bird

WILL Howard Howard Howard Howard Howard Bullitt Sonier Dewhurst Dewhurst Duncan

LC Ford Ford Ford Johnson Johnson Moore Johnson Moore Moore Moore

LS Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis

RS Mitchem Mitchem Dewhurst Mitchem Mitchem Dewhurst Dewhurst Porter Porter Mitchem

RC Johnson Johnson Johnson Phillips Phillips Johnson Phillips Johnson Phillips Phillips

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. SMU

35 27

24 18

7-15-2 6-11-1

31-72-1 27-109-1

34-53-0 21-38-3

359 218

4 2

84-431 65-327

4-48.2 4-49.2

1-1 3-1

5-39 4-40

9-of-18 4-of-13

32:10 27:50

Texas Tech at New Mexico

52 17

24 23

8-12-4 6-16-1

36-152-4 27-97-1

24-41-0 32-52-2

310 336

3 1

77-462 79-433

2-47.5 7-30.9

4-2 3-1

6-69 16-145

7-of-14 7-of-18

26:19 33:41

Texas Tech vs. Texas

14 24

11 18

1-8-2 6-8-4

18-(-14)-0 43-93-1

21-36-2 21-36-3

158 227

1 2

54-144 79-320

8-43.2 6-42.3

3-1 1-1

8-98 11-95

3-13 6-20

22:16 37:44

Texas Tech at Iowa State

38 52

28 22

7-21-0 9-11-2

25-131-0 50-281-2

42-62-1 20-28-0

377 190

5 4

87-508 78-441

5-38.2 4-40.0

4-2 1-0

7-66 6-55

8-17 10-18

26:04 33:56

Texas Tech vs. Baylor

45 38

35 22

10-23-2 4-18-0

36-173-2 30-80-2

42-59-1 33-45-0

462 427

4 2

95-635 75-507

4-41.8 5-42.0

1-0 1-0

6-42 9-65

10-16 7-15

28:59 31:01

Texas Tech vs. Oklahoma State

17 34

20 30

11-9-0 13-15-2

38-175-1 48-225-3

28-43-0 24-35-2

226 356

1 1

81-401 83-581

7-37.6 4-45.0

2-2 1-0

5-51 5-53

6-of-18 6-of-15

25:28 34:32

Texas Tech at Colorado

27 24

23 20

7-14-2 5-15-0

37-144-1 32-28-1

24-38-1 31-53-0

286 336

2 2

75-430 85-364

5-46.2 7-38.9

1-1 2-0

5-42 7-44

5-of-15 9-of-21

29:07 30:53

Texas Tech at Texas A&M

27 45

24 35

7-15-2 9-20-6

26-96-1 43-174-2

34-51-1 36-50-1

452 449

3 4

77-452 93-623

6-38.3 3-42.3

3-2 5-2

8-81 9-75

6-of-16 5-of-12

26:46 33:14

Texas Tech vs. Missouri

24 17

29 14

12-15-2 5-7-2

51-198-2 31-260-2

30-50-1 12-30-0

287 95

3 0

101-485 61-355

7-35.7 8-53.9

1-1 1-1

6-57 6-57

10-of-23 1-of-12

39:41 20:19

Texas Tech at Oklahoma

7 45

15 26

10-5-0 12-12-2

38-182-0 44-246-1

20-41-2 23-31-0

144 316

1 5

79-326 75-562

8-37.5 5-47.8

1-0 2-1

9-115 5-63

6-of-18 5-of-15

30:52 29:08

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2010 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL GAME-BY GAME STATISTICS INDIVIDUAL RUSHING Rush-Yds/TD SMU Batch............................................ 15-56/0 Crawford .......................................... 1-3/0 Franks .............................................. 0-0/0 Jeffers.............................................. 0-0/0 Lewis................................................ 0-0/0 McRoy .............................................. 1-8/0 Potts ........................................... 3-(-20)/0 Sheffield .............................................DNP Stephens ........................................ 9-35/1

UNM 10-32/2 3-12/0 1-(-2)/0 7-44/0 0-0/0 1-4/0 2-1/0 2-15/1 10-46/1

TEXAS 7-37/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 DNP 0-0/0 0-0/0 3-(-29)/0 2-(-8)/0 4-7/0

ISU 12-58/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-5/0 DNP 1-9/0 1-2/0 10-59/0

BU 17-97/1 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-3/0 4-21/0 0-0/0 14-52/1

OSU 19-83/1 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-3/0 0-0/0 3-(-10) 0-0/0 15-99/0

CU 13-60/0 1-1/1 0-0/0 1-(-4)/0 0-0/0 2-13/0 2-(-12)/0 0-0/0 15-94/0

TAMU 10-30/1 1-25/0 DNP 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-(-10)/0 4-4/0 10-47/1

MU 28-134/0 6-39/0 DNP 2-7/0 2-7/0 1-9/0 2-(-7)/0 6-3/0 2-11/0

OU 11-91/0 3-20/0 DNP 1-0/0 0-0/0 7-31/0 5-0/0 0-0/0 11-40/0

RECEIVING Rec-Yds/TD SMU Batch.............................................. 2-10/0 Crawford .......................................... 0-0/0 Douglas .......................................... 3-49/0 Franks ............................................ 6-31/0 James............................................... 0-0/0 Leong..........................................11-142/3 Lewis.............................................. 6-79/1 Moore ............................................... 0-0/0 Stephens .......................................... 0-0/0 Swindall ......................................... 5-42/0 Torres.................................................DNP Ward................................................. 1-6/0 Zouzalik ..............................................DNP

UNM 0-0/0 1-6/0 0-0/0 5-58/0 0-0/0 5-75/2 3-44/0 2-10/0 3-43/0 2-12/0 2-7/0 0-0/0 1-55/1

TEXAS 0-0/0 0-0/0 2-8/0 3-39/0 0-0/0 4-34/1 6-42/0 DNP 2-12/0 0-0/0 3-17/0 0-0/0 1-6/0

ISU 6-52/0 0-0/0 1-(-1)/0 4-46/0 DNP 9-125/3 4-12/0 1-2/0 4-27/2 5-42/0 5-43/0 DNP 3-29/0

BU 4-26/1 0-0/0 0-0/0 3-46/0 0-0/0 5-85/0 11-95/1 0-0/0 7-54/0 1-6/0 7-82/2 0-0/0 4-68/0

OSU 3-10/0 0-0/0 4-53/1 4-34/0 0-0/0 3-28/0 5-28/0 0-0/0 4-24/0 1-5/0 4-44/0 0-0/0 0-0/0

CU 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 DNP 5-32/1 6-84/0 1-1/0 0-0/0 3-17/0 6-133/1 0-0/0 3-17/0

TAMU 3-12/0 2-18/0 1-11/0 DNP 1-12/0 5-67/3 8-111/0 2-26/0 4-22/0 2-8/0 5-66/0 0-0/0 1-3/0

MU 2-14/0 0-0/0 1-5/0 DNP 1-14/0 9-123/2 8-64/1 1-7/0 1-2/0 2-10/0 DNP 2-23/0 3-25/0

OU 3-(-2)/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 DNP 0-0/0 2-14/0 7-59/0 2-8/1 1-5/0 2-8/0 2-17/0 0-0/0 1-35/0

PASSING C-A-I-Yds/TD #12 Potts SMU ....................................... 34-53-0-359/4 UNM ....................................... 22-34-0-293/3 TEXAS.................................... 21-35-2-158/1 ISU ......................................... 42-62-1-377/5 BU .......................................... 42-59-1-462/4 OSU ........................................ 28-43-0-226/1 CU .......................................... 24-38-1-286/1 TAMU..................................... 23-37-0-227/1 MU ......................................... 19-28-1-188/3 OU .......................................... 18-36-2-136/0

FIELD GOALS Made, Missed, Blocked ................ #49 Carona SMU ..............................................................51 UNM .................................................................. TEXAS............................................................... ISU .................................................................... BU .................................................................47 OSU ................................................................... CU ..................................................................... TAMU................................................................ MU ................................................................53 OU .....................................................................

#1 Sheffield DNP 2-7-0-17/0 0-1-0-0/0 0-0-0-0/0 0-0-0/0 0-0-0/0 0-0-0/0 11-14-1-129/2 11-20-0-99/0 1-4-5/0

#85 Williams 47 22 48,24 30 27 40, 36 42

PUNTING Number-Avg./I20 .................. #9 LaCour....................#49 Carona SMU ....................................... 4-48.2/1 ..................................0-0/0 UNM ....................................... 2-47.5/1 ..................................0-0/0 TEXAS.................................... 8-43.2/1 ..................................0-0/0 ISU ......................................... 4-38.2/1 .............................1-38.0/0 BU .......................................... 4-41.8/1 ..................................0-0/0 OSU ........................................ 7-37.6/2 ..................................0-0/0 CU .......................................... 4-43.5/0 ................................1-57/0 TAMU..................................... 6-38.3/0 ..................................0-0/0 MU ......................................... 7-35.7/2 ..................................0-0/0 OU .......................................... 5-34.2/2 .............................3-43.0/1

*Two other players have thrown a pass this season TACKLES UT-AT-TT SMU Acevedo.................................... 0-0-0 Barr .......................................... 1-0-1 Bird .......................................... 5-0-5 Brydon ...................................... 0-0-0 Bullitt ....................................... 0-0-0 Bush ...........................................DNP Carona ...................................... 1-0-1 Cobb ......................................... 0-0-0 Davis ........................................ 5-0-5 Dewhurst.................................. 0-0-0 Douglas .................................... 0-0-0 Duncan ..................................... 4-1-5 Ford .......................................... 4-1-5 Foster .........................................DNP Fehoko...................................... 4-1-5 Graves ........................................DNP Howard..................................... 3-0-3 Hubert ...................................... 0-0-0 Hyder........................................ 1-0-1 Johnson .................................... 3-0-3 LaCour ...................................... 0-0-0 Langley ..................................... 1-0-1 Mitchem ................................... 5-1-6 Moore .........................................DNP Neboh ....................................... 0-0-0 Perry ..........................................DNP Phillips. ..................................... 5-0-5 Porter ..........................................-0-0 Rumph ...................................... 0-0-0 Smith........................................ 0-0-0 Smitherman .............................. 0-0-0 Sonier ....................................... 2-0-2 Wade ........................................ 0-0-0 Whitlock ................................... 2-0-2 Winbush.................................... 0-0-0

UNM 0-0-0 1-1-2 3-6-9 0-0-0 DNP DNP 1-0-1 1-1-2 4-3-7 1-1-2 1-0-1 2-2-4 4-3-7 DNP 0-1-1 DNP 3-1-4 1-2-3 1-3-4 4-2-6 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-1-1 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-2-4 4-0-4 1-1-2 2-1-3 0-0-0 3-1-4 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-2-2

TEXAS 0-0-0 0-0-0 7-0-7 0-1-1 0-1-1 DNP 0-0-0 1-0-1 5-0-5 2-0-2 1-0-1 5-0-5 2-0-2 DNP 3-0-3 DNP 2-0-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 6-1-7 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP 1-0-1 0-1-1 4-1-5 1-0-1 6-0-6 0-0-0 6-1-7 0-0-0 6-0-6 DNP

ISU 0-0-0 0-0-0 4-4-8 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 1-0-1 0-0-0 5-1-6 0-1-1 1-0-1 6-3-9 0-0-0 DNP 4-2-6 DNP 5-2-7 DNP 0-0-0 1-1-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 3-4-7 DNP DNP 0-0-0 6-0-6 3-1-4 0-0-0 2-3-5 0-0-0 2-1-3 1-3-4 5-4-9 DNP

BU 1-0-1 DNP 7-2-9 1-0-1 1-1-2 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 8-0-8 0-0-0 1-0-1 2-0-2 DNP DNP 0-1-1 DNP 4-2-6 DNP 0-0-0 2-0-2 0-0-0 3-0-3 1-0-1 3-0-3 DNP 1-0-1 7-1-8 10-2-12 0-0-0 DNP 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 2-1-3 DNP

OSU 0-0-0 DNP 13-1-14 2-0-2 6-1-7 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 7-2-9 1-1-2 0-0-0 2-1-3 DNP DNP 5-0-5 DNP 3-2-5 0-0-0 0-0-0 5-0-5 0-0-0 1-0-1 DNP 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-2-4 8-0-8 1-0-1 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-0-2 4-0-4 DNP

CU 2-0-2 DNP 9-2-11 1-0-1 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 9-1-10 7-2-9 0-0-0 3-1-4 DNP DNP 1-0-1 3-0-3 2-1-3 0-0-0 DNP 6-0-6 1-0-1 2-1-3 1-0-1 0-1-1 DNP DNP 6-0-6 2-1-3 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 4-0-4 DNP 2-1-3 DNP

TAMU 0-2-2 DNP 0-9-9 0-0-0 1-1-2 0-1-1 0-1-1 0-0-0 4-7-11 1-1-2 0-2-2 1-4-5 DNP 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-7-7 0-0-0 1-4-5 1-2-3 2-2-4 0-0-0 1-2-3 5-3-8 1-3-4 4-5-9 DNP 4-2-6 2-4-6 0-1-1 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 3-4-7 DNP

MU 2-0-2 DNP 6-1-7 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 4-0-4 3-0-3 0-0-0 3-0-3 DNP 0-0-0 2-0-2 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 2-0-2 4-0-4 0-0-0 2-1-3 5-0-5 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 4-2-6 DNP

OU 1-0-1 DNP 4-6-10 1-0-1 1-3-4 1-1-2 0-0-0 DNP 5-1-6 1-4-5 1-0-1 6-7-13 DNP 0-0-0 2-4-6 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-1-1 3-0-3 0-0-0 0-0-0 3-2-5 1-1-2 0-1-1 0-0-0 3-1-4 5-5-10 1-0-1 DNP 0-0-0 0-1-1 DNP 3-2-5 DNP

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2010 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL SUPERLATIVES (GAME-HIGHS) INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

Rushes................................... 28 ........................................................ Batch, Baron vs Missouri (Nov 06, 2010) Yards Rushing ........................ 134 ...................................................... Batch, Baron vs Missouri (Nov 06, 2010) TD Rushes ............................. 2 .....................................................Batch, Baron at New Mexico (Sep 11, 2010) Long Rush .............................. 43 ............................................................Potts, Taylor vs Baylor (Oct 09, 2010) Pass attempts ....................... 62 .....................................................Potts, Taylor at Iowa State (Oct 02, 2010) Pass completions ................... 42 .....................................................Potts, Taylor at Iowa State (Oct 02, 2010) ...............................................................................................................Potts, Taylor vs Baylor (Oct 09, 2010) Yards Passing ........................ 462 ..........................................................Potts, Taylor vs Baylor (Oct 09, 2010) TD Passes ............................. 5 .......................................................Potts, Taylor at Iowa State (Oct 02, 2010) Long Pass .............................. 55 ...................................................Potts, Taylor at New Mexico (Sep 11, 2010) Receptions ............................. 11 .................................................................Leong, Lyle vs SMU (Sep 05, 2010) ..............................................................................................................Lewis, Detron vs Baylor (Oct 09, 2010) Yards Receiving ..................... 142 ...............................................................Leong, Lyle vs SMU (Sep 05, 2010) TD Receptions ....................... 3 ...................................................................Leong, Lyle vs SMU (Sep 05, 2010) ...........................................................................................................Leong, Lyle at Iowa State (Oct 02, 2010) ......................................................................................................... Leong, Lyle at Texas A&M (Oct 30, 2010) Long Reception ...................... 55 ................................................Zouzalik, Aust. at New Mexico (Sep 11, 2010) Field Goals ............................. 2 ........................................................ Williams, Matt at Colorado (Oct 23, 2010) Long Field Goal ...................... 42 ......................................................Williams, Matt vs Missouri (Nov 06, 2010) Punts ..................................... 8 ............................................................... Lacour, Jon. vs Texas (Sep 18, 2010) Punting Avg ........................... 57.0 .................................................. Carona, Donnie at Colorado (Oct 23, 2010) Long Punt .............................. 60 ...............................................................Lacour, Jon. vs SMU (Sep 05, 2010) Long Punt Return ................... 25 .......................................................Lewis, Detron vs Missouri (Nov 06, 2010) Long Kickoff Return ............... 93 .................................................Stephens, Eric at New Mexico (Sep 11, 2010) Tackles .................................. 14 .................................................Bird, Bront vs Oklahoma State (Oct 16, 2010) Sacks .................................... 3.0 ........................................................... Duncan, Brian vs SMU (Sep 05, 2010) Tackles For Loss .................... 3.0 ........................................................... Duncan, Brian vs SMU (Sep 05, 2010) ................................................................................................................Smith, Scott vs Texas (Sep 18, 2010) .........................................................................................................Graves, Pearlie at Colorado (Oct 23, 2010) Interceptions.......................... 2 ..............................................................Phillips, Jarv. vs Texas (Sep 18, 2010)

Rushes................................... 25 .........................................Hunter, Kendall, vs Oklahoma State (Oct 16, 2010) Yards Rushing ........................ 130 .......................................Hunter, Kendall, vs Oklahoma State (Oct 16, 2010) TD Rushes ............................. 2 ..............................................................Griffin III, R., vs Baylor (Oct 09, 2010) ........................................................................................................Gray, Cyrus, at Texas A&M (Oct 30, 2010) Long Rush .............................. 71 ..................................................Lawrence, Kendi, vs Missouri (Nov 06, 2010) Pass attempts ....................... 50 ........................................... HOLBROOK, B.R., at New Mexico (Sep 11, 2010) .................................................................................................. Tannehill, Ryan, at Texas A&M (Oct 30, 2010) Pass completions ................... 36 ............................................... Tannehill, Ryan, at Texas A&M (Oct 30, 2010) Yards Passing ........................ 449 ............................................. Tannehill, Ryan, at Texas A&M (Oct 30, 2010) TD Passes ............................. 5 .......................................................Jones,Landry, at Oklahoma (Nov 13, 2010) Long Pass .............................. 62 ............................................................Griffin III, R., vs Baylor (Oct 09, 2010) .........................................................................................Weeden, Brandon, vs Oklahoma State (Oct 16, 2010) Receptions ............................. 11 ........................................................Wright, Kendall, vs Baylor (Oct 09, 2010) .........................................................................................................Fuller, Jeff, at Texas A&M (Oct 30, 2010) Yards Receiving ..................... 207 .......................................... Blackmon, J., vs Oklahoma State (Oct 16, 2010) TD Receptions ....................... 3 ....................................................... Broyles,Ryan, at Oklahoma (Nov 13, 2010) Long Reception ...................... 62 ........................................................Wright, Kendall, vs Baylor (Oct 09, 2010) ............................................................................................... Blackmon, J., vs Oklahoma State (Oct 16, 2010) Field Goals ............................. 2 ......................................................SZYMANSKI, Matt, vs SMU (Sep 05, 2010) ..................................................................................................Bailey, Dan, vs Oklahoma State (Oct 16, 2010) Long Field Goal ...................... 61 ....................................................SZYMANSKI, Matt, vs SMU (Sep 05, 2010) Punts ..................................... 8 ....................................................... Grabner, Matt, vs Missouri (Nov 06, 2010) Punting Avg ........................... 55.0 ............................................................Gold, John, vs Texas (Sep 18, 2010) Long Punt .............................. 71 ..................................................... Grabner, Matt, vs Missouri (Nov 06, 2010) Long Punt Return ................... 45 ...................................................Patterson,Travo, at Colorado (Oct 23, 2010) Long Kickoff Return ............... 92 .......................................................... FIELDS, Darryl, vs SMU (Sep 05, 2010) Tackles .................................. 17 .............................................. Lemon, Orie, vs Oklahoma State (Oct 16, 2010) ......................................................................................................Carter,Quinton, at Oklahoma (Nov 13, 2010) Sacks .................................... 2.0 ........................................................... Jones, Eddie, vs Texas (Sep 18, 2010) Tackles For Loss .................... 2.5 ..................................................... Beal,Jeremy, at Oklahoma (Nov 13, 2010) ........................................................................................................ Macon,Pryce, at Oklahoma (Nov 13, 2010) Interceptions.......................... 1 ............................................................ Gideon, Blake, vs Texas (Sep 18, 2010) .............................................................................................................Brown, Curtis, vs Texas (Sep 18, 2010) ............................................................................................................ Klein,A.J., at Iowa State (Oct 02, 2010) ............................................................................................................... Kent, Prince, vs Baylor (Oct 09, 2010) ............................................................................................................ Brown, Jalil, at Colorado (Oct 23, 2010) .....................................................................................................Judie, Coryell, at Texas A&M (Oct 30, 2010) ....................................................................................................... Gooden, Zaviar, vs Missouri (Nov 06, 2010) .....................................................................................................Nelson,Jonatha, at Oklahoma (Nov 13, 2010) .........................................................................................................Lewis,Travis, at Oklahoma (Nov 13, 2010)

TEAM GAME HIGHS Rushes................................... 51 ............................................................................. vs Missouri (Nov 06, 2010) Yards Rushing ........................ 198 ........................................................................... vs Missouri (Nov 06, 2010) Yards Per Rush ...................... 5.2 .........................................................................at Iowa State (Oct 02, 2010) TD Rushes ............................. 4 ..........................................................................at New Mexico (Sep 11, 2010) Pass attempts ....................... 62 ..........................................................................at Iowa State (Oct 02, 2010) Pass completions ................... 42 ..........................................................................at Iowa State (Oct 02, 2010) ....................................................................................................................................vs Baylor (Oct 09, 2010) Yards Passing ........................ 462 ...............................................................................vs Baylor (Oct 09, 2010) Yards Per Pass....................... 7.8 ................................................................................vs Baylor (Oct 09, 2010) TD Passes ............................. 5 ............................................................................at Iowa State (Oct 02, 2010) Total Plays ............................ 101 ........................................................................... vs Missouri (Nov 06, 2010) Total Offense......................... 635 ...............................................................................vs Baylor (Oct 09, 2010) Yards Per Play ....................... 6.7 ................................................................................vs Baylor (Oct 09, 2010) Points .................................... 52 ........................................................................at New Mexico (Sep 11, 2010) Sacks By ............................... 5 .....................................................................................vs SMU (Sep 05, 2010) First Downs ........................... 35 .................................................................................vs Baylor (Oct 09, 2010) Penalties................................ 9 ............................................................................. at Oklahoma (Nov 13, 2010) Penalty Yards ........................ 115 ......................................................................... at Oklahoma (Nov 13, 2010) Turnovers .............................. 3 ................................................................................... vs Texas (Sep 18, 2010) .............................................................................................................................at Iowa State (Oct 02, 2010) ............................................................................................................................at Texas A&M (Oct 30, 2010) Interceptions By .................... 3 .....................................................................................vs SMU (Sep 05, 2010) .................................................................................................................................... vs Texas (Sep 18, 2010)

OPPONENT TEAM GAME HIGHS Rushes................................... 50 ..........................................................................at Iowa State (Oct 02, 2010) Yards Rushing ........................ 260 ........................................................................... vs Missouri (Nov 06, 2010) Yards Per Rush ...................... 8.4 ............................................................................ vs Missouri (Nov 06, 2010) TD Rushes ............................. 3 .................................................................... vs Oklahoma State (Oct 16, 2010) Pass attempts ....................... 53 ............................................................................. at Colorado (Oct 23, 2010) Pass completions ................... 36 .........................................................................at Texas A&M (Oct 30, 2010) Yards Passing ........................ 449 .......................................................................at Texas A&M (Oct 30, 2010) Yards Per Pass....................... 10.2 ........................................................................ at Oklahoma (Nov 13, 2010) TD Passes ............................. 5 ............................................................................. at Oklahoma (Nov 13, 2010) Total Plays ............................ 93 .........................................................................at Texas A&M (Oct 30, 2010) Total Offense......................... 623 .......................................................................at Texas A&M (Oct 30, 2010) Yards Per Play ....................... 7.5 .......................................................................... at Oklahoma (Nov 13, 2010) Points .................................... 52 ..........................................................................at Iowa State (Oct 02, 2010) Sacks By ............................... 4 ................................................................................... vs Texas (Sep 18, 2010) First Downs ........................... 35 .........................................................................at Texas A&M (Oct 30, 2010) Penalties................................ 16 ........................................................................at New Mexico (Sep 11, 2010) Penalty Yards ........................ 145 ......................................................................at New Mexico (Sep 11, 2010) Turnovers .............................. 4 .....................................................................................vs SMU (Sep 05, 2010) .................................................................................................................................... vs Texas (Sep 18, 2010) Interceptions By .................... 2 ................................................................................... vs Texas (Sep 18, 2010) .............................................................................................................................. at Oklahoma (Nov 13, 2010)

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2010 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL LONGEST PLAYS - TEXAS TECH 25-PLUS YARDS Yards Opponent Play/Situation/Result 93 .................... UNM ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Eric Stephens 93-yard kickoff return/First Down 87 .................... TEXAS .................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Jarvis Phillips 87-yard interception return/3rd and 9/Touchdown 55 .................... UNM ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Austin Zouzalik 55-yard reception/2nd and 10/Touchdown 54 .................... TAMU ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Detron Lewis 54-yard reception/3rd and 6/First Down 45 .................... CU ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Alex Torres 45-yard reception/1st and 10/First Down 43 .................... CU .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Alex Torres 43-yard reception/3rd and 9/First Down 43 .................... BU .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Taylor Potts 43-yard rush/1st and 10/First Down 40 .................... CU ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Matt Williams 40-yard field goal/4th and 15/Good 40 .................... BU .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Lyle Leong 40-yard reception/3rd and 4/First Down 39 .................... UNM ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Eric Stephens 39-yard kickoff return/First Down 38 .................... BU ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Alex Torres 28-yard reception/1st and 10/First Down 37 .................... OU ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Baron Batch 37-yard rush/2nd and 10/First Down 37 .................... BU ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Baron Batch 37-yard rush/2nd and 10/Touchdown 36 .................... MU ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Lyle Leong 36-yard reception/3rd and 6/First Down 36 .................... MU ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Eric Stephens 36-yard kickoff return/First Down 36 .................... CU .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Matt Williams 36-yard field goal/4th and 4/Good 35 .................... OU ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Austin Zouzalik 35-yard reception/2nd and 7/First Down 35 .................... TAMU ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Lyle Leong 35-yard reception/1st and 10/First Down 34 .................... SMU ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Lyle Leong 34-yard reception/2nd and 6/First Down 32 .................... CU ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Detron Lewis 32-yard reception/1st and 10/First Down 32 .................... SMU ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Eric Stephens 32-yard kickoff return/First Down 30 .................... CU ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Eric Stephens 30-yard rush/1st and 5/First Down 30 .................... BU .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Matt Williams 30-yard field goal/4th and 6/Good 30 .................... UNM ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Jacoby Franks 30-yard reception/3rd and 19/First Down 30 .................... SMU ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Eric Stephens 30-yard kickoff return/First Down 29 .................... BU .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Austin Zouzalik 29-yard reception/3rd and 8/First Down 28 .................... OSU ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Cornelius Douglas 28-yard reception/2nd and 10/Touchdown 27 .................... MU ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Baron Batch 27-yard rush/1st and 10/First Down 27 .................... MU ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Eric Stephens 27-yard return/First Down 27 .................... TAMU ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Eric Stephens 27-yard kickoff return/First Down 27 .................... TAMU ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Alex Torres 27-yard reception/3rd and 7/First Down 27 .................... UNM ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................Jarvis Phillips 27-yard interception return/4th and 3/First Down 27 .................... OSU ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Eric Stephens 27-yard kickoff return/First Down 27 .................... UNM ..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................Will Ford 27-yard interception return/1st and 10/First Down 26 .................... ISU ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Eric Stephens 26-yard kickoff return/First Down 26 .................... ISU ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Lyle Leong 26-yard reception/3rd and 1/Touchdown 26 .................... SMU .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Cornelius Douglas 26-yard reception/1st and 10/First Down 26 .................... UNM ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Eric Stephens 26-yard kickoff return/First Down 25 .................... MU ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Detron Lewis 25-yard punt return/First Down 25 .................... MU ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Lyle Leong 25-yard recpetoin/3rd and 8/First Down 25 .................... TAMU ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Aaron Crawford 25-yard rush/1st and 10/First Down 25 .................... CU ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Eric Stephens 25-yard rush/2nd and 3/First Down 25 .................... OSU ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Eric Stephens 25-yard kickoff return/First Down 25 .................... UNM ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Lyle Leong 25-yard reception/1st and 10/Touchdown 25 .................... UT ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Baron Batch 25-yard run/1st and 10/First Down 25 .................... OSU ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Eric Stephens 25-yard kickoff return/First Down

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2010 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL LONGEST PLAYS - OPPONENT 25-PLUS YARDS Yards Opponent Play/Situation/Result 92 .................... SMU ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Darryl Fields 92-yard kickoff return/First Down 71 .................... MU ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Kendial Lawrence 71-yard rush/2nd and 1/Touchdown 69 .................... MU ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Marcus Murphy 69-yard rush/1st and 10/First Down 65 .................... ISU .....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Alexander Robinson 65-yard rush/1st and 10/First Down 62 .................... OSU ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Justin Blackmon 62-yard reception/2nd and 8/Touchdown 62 .................... BU .....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Kendall Wright 62-yard reception/1st and 10/Touchdown 61 .................... ISU ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Shontre Johnson 61-yard rush/1st and 10/Touchdown 61 .................... SMU ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Matt Szymanski 61-yard field goal/4th and 13/Good 60 .................... CU ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Paul Richardson 60-yard reception/1st and 10/Touchdown 59 .................... OU ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Kenny Stills 59-yard recpetion/2nd and 6/Touchdown 57 .................... UNM .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Ty Kirk 57-yard reception/1st and 10/First Down 54 .................... TAMU .....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Cyrus Gray 54-yard rush/2nd 4/Touchdown 45 .................... CU .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Travon Patterson 45-yard punt return/4th and 3/First Down 45 .................... UT .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. James Kirkendoll 45-yard reception/1st and 10/First Down 44 .................... UNM ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Chris Hernandez 45-yard fumble return/1st and 10/Touchdown 42 .................... ISU .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Jeremy Reeves 42-yard kickoff return/Touchdown 39 .................... OU ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Demarco Murray 39-yard rush/2nd and 10/First Down 38 .................... BU ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Terrance Ganaway 38-yard kickoff return/Touchdown 36 .................... ISU ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Darius Reynolds 36-yard reception/2nd and 2/Touchdown 36 .................... UNM ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Emmanuel McPherason36-yard kickoff return/First Down 35 .................... ISU .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Grant Mahoney 35-yard field goal/4th and 14/Good 34 .................... OU ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Mossis Madu 34-yard rush/3rd and 1/First Down 34 .................... OU ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Jimmy Stevens 34-yard field goal/4th and 7/Good 34 .................... TAMU ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Jeff Fuller 34-yard reception/3rd and 7/First Down 34 .................... BU ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Josh Gordon 34-yard reception/2nd and 8/Touchdown 34 .................... BU .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Antoni Johnson 34-yard reception/4th and 7/First Down 33 .................... BU ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Tevin Reese 33-yard reception/2nd and 7/First Down 33 .................... UT .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. James Kirkendoll 33-yard reception/1st and 10/First Down 33 .................... UNM ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Lucas Reed 33-yard reception/1st and 10/First Down 31 .................... TAMU ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Jeff Fuller 31-yard reception/1st and 10/First Down 31 .................... BU .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Aaron Jones 31-yard field goal/4th and 3/Good 30 .................... OU .....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Cameron Kenney 30-yard reception/3rd and 9/First Down 30 .................... ISU ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... David Sims 30-yard kickoff return/First Down 29 .................... OU ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Travis Lewis 29-yard interception return/First Down 29 .................... OU ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Ryan Broyles 29-yard recpetion/1st and 10/Touchdown 29 .................... OU ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Roy Finch 29-yard rush/1st and 10/Touchdown 29 .................... OSU .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Tracy Moore 29-yard reception/1st and 10/First Down 29 .................... CU .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Scotty McKnight 29-yard reception/3rd and 17/First Down 28 .................... UNM ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................James Aho 28-yard field goal/4th and 9/Good 27 .................... MU .....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Grant Ressell 27-yard field goal attempt/4th and 2/Good 27 .................... TAMU ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Jeff Fuller 27-yard reception/2nd and 3/First Down 27 .................... BU .........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Josh Gordon 27-yard reception/2nd and 17/First Down 27 .................... OSU .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Justin Blackmon 27-yard reception/1st and 10/First Down 27 .................... ISU .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Franklin Collin 27-yard reception/3rd and 8/Touchdown 26 .................... TAMU ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Ryan Swope 26-yard reception/2nd and 10/First Down 26 .................... SMU ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Aldrick Robinson 26-yard reception/1st and 10/First Down 26 .................... OSU ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Tracy Moore 26-yard reception/2nd and 10/First Down 25 .................... CU .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Toney Clemons 25-yard reception/3rd and 3/First DOwn 25 .................... SMU ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Bradley Haynes 25-yard reception/1st and 10/First Down 25 .................... OSU ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Justin Blackmon 25-yard reception/3rd and 6/First Down

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2010 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL SCORING DRIVES TEXAS TECH Opponent OU MU MU MU MU TAMU TAMU TAMU TAMU CU CU CU CU CU OSU OSU OSU BU BU BU BU BU BU BU ISU ISU ISU ISU ISU ISU UT UT UNM UNM UNM UNM UNM UNM UNM UNM SMU SMU SMU SMU SMU

No. of Total Plays Yards 7 67 8 29 16 82 6 70 12 85 11 52 10 88 8 42 3 77 11 79 7 93 12 57 7 80 6 34 15 80 9 59 9 40 9 80 7 69 3 75 7 44 13 92 12 53 12 84 8 75 1 20 14 70 9 80 12 80 9 78 0 0 6 68 4 73 1 3 2 7 11 68 11 76 1 1 9 62 2 13 5 18 3 51 7 80 6 63 9 40

OPPONENTS Drive Type of Score Time Score Qtr/Time 2:24 TD 1st/10:03 1:57 FG 1st/6:39 4:55 TD 2nd/:15 2:20 TD 3rd/12:40 5:54 TD 3rd/6:46 3:30 TD 1st/7:37 2:45 TD 2nd/5:33 2:57 TD 4th/11:30 :39 TD 4th/2:14 4:53 TD 2nd/6:10 1:42 TD 3rd/8:43 4:48 FG 4th/14:55 1:55 TD 4th/10:54 2:18 FG 4th/2:18 5:17 TD 2nd/11:04 2:41 TD 2nd/5:54 3:08 FG 3rd/2:13 2:34 TD 1st/6:50 2:35 TD 1st/:34 :59 TD 2nd/10:53 2:22 TD 2nd/6:56 4:18 TD 2nd/1:38 2:34 FG 3rd/12:26 3:05 TD 3rd/7:26 2:08 TD 2nd/:45 :06 TD 2nd/:09 4:34 FG 3rd/10:21 2:08 TD 3rd/5:25 3:07 TD 4th/10:00 2:05 TD 4th/1:30 0:00 TD 1st/1:39 2:00 TD 2nd/11:52 :45 TD 1st/14:15 :04 TD 1st/10:49 :32 TD 1st/5:15 3:30 FG 2nd/7:05 3:20 TD 2nd/1:15 :05 TD 3rd/12:25 4:05 TD 4th/13:04 :47 TD 4th/9:35 1:32 TD 1st/:54 :33 TD 2nd/14:30 1:23 TD 2nd/:06 1:38 TD 3rd/13:22 2:48 TD 3rd/4:40

Drive Start T33 T46 T18 T30 T15 T38 T12 A42 T23 T21 T07 T20 T20 T47 T20 T41 T50 T20 T31 T25 B44 T08 T34 T16 T25 I20 T23 T20 T20 T22 UT0 TTU32 TTU27 NM03 NM07 TTU27 TTU24 NM01 TTU38 NM13 SMU18 TTU48 TTU20 TTU37 SMU40

Scoring Play Darrin Moore 3-yrad recepetion Matt Williams 42-yard field goal Detron Lewis 8-yard reception Lyle Leong 16-yard reception Lyle Leong 4-yard reception Eric Stephens 1-yard run Lyle Leong 15-yard reception Lyle Leong 11-yard reception Lyle Leong 35-yard reception Aaron Crawford 1-yard run Alex Torres 15-yard reception Matt Williams 40-yard field goal Lyle Leong 7-yard reception Matt Williams 36-yard field goal Baron Batch 4-yard run Cornelius Douglas 28-yard reception Matt Williams 27-yard field goal Eric Stephens 10-yard run Alex Torres 1-yard reception Baron Batch 37-yard run Alex Torres 3-yard reception Detron Lewis 10-yard reception Matt Williams 30-yard field goal Baron Batch 7-yard reception Eric Stephens 0-yard fumble recovery Lyle Leong 20-yard reception Matt Williams 24-yard field goal Lyle Leong 21-yard reception Eric Stephens 10-yard reception Lyle Leong 26-yard reception Jarvis Phillips 87-yard interception Lyle Leong 15-yard reception Austin Zouzalik 55-yard reception Eric Stephens 3-yard run Baron Batch 2-yard run Matt Williams 22-yard field goal Lyle Leong 25-yard reception Baron Batch 1-yard run Lyle Leong 11-yard recpetion Steven Sheffield 10-yard run Lyle Leong 2-yard reception Lyle Leong 6-yard reception Detron Lewis 16-yard reception Lyle Leong 4-yard recpetin Eric Stephens 3-yard run

Opponent OU OU OU OU OU OU OU MU MU MU TAMU TAMU TAMU TAMU TAMU TAMU TAMU CU CU CU CU OSU OSU OSU OSU OSU OSU BU BU BU BU BU BU ISU ISU ISU ISU ISU ISU ISU ISU UT UT UT UT UNM UNM UNM SMU SMU SMU SMU SMU

No. of Total Plays Yards 8 80 7 53 4 75 6 57 5 72 4 53 7 53 3 80 2 80 8 84 11 69 7 70 4 57 8 60 2 60 12 60 6 81 11 40 18 73 11 80 4 72 5 61 5 62 8 82 14 74 2 64 7 48 12 82 0 0 7 84 3 72 11 58 8 40 17 52 5 57 4 67 2 18 5 39 1 61 12 53 0 0 1 7 7 79 4 2 22 80 8 53 5 74 2 72 12 72 8 80 4 1 8 26 7 32

Drive Type of Score Time Score Qtr/Time 2:29 TD 1st/12:31 2:04 FG 1st/7:53 1:29 TD 1st/5:01 2:30 TD 1st/:26 1:58 TD 2nd/10:15 :38 TD 2nd/:27 1:50 TD 3rd/5:53 1:03 TD 1st/13:57 :38 TD 1st/8:36 2:10 FG 2nd/5:10 3:55 FG 1st/:36 2:58 TD 2nd/10:38 1:15 TD 2nd/8:18 :53 TD 2nd.:09 :45 TD 3rd/7:36 3:53 TD 3rd/1:36 2:04 TD 4th/9:26 6:03 TD 1st/4:48 5:53 FG 2nd/:12 2:34 TD 3rd/10:32 1;12 TD 3rd/4:43 1:40 TD 1st/9:53 1:06 TD 1st/7:44 2:42 TD 1st/1:21 5:37 FG 2nd/:17 :33 TD 3rd/9:56 2:45 FG 4th/11:33 5:36 TD 1st/9:24 0:00 TD 1st/6:37 3:42 TD 2nd/11:52 :21 TD 2nd/1:17 3:38 FG 3rd/3:48 3:16 TD 4th/14:11 6:52 FG 2nd/14:16 1:45 TD 2nd/11:17 1:45 TD 2nd/2:59 :34 TD 2nd/6:13 1:31 TD 4th/14:12 :10 TD 4th/13:07 6:14 TD 4th/3:40 0:00 TD 4th/1:22 :06 TD 1st/13:16 3:09 TD 1st/8:41 2:02 FG 3rd/8:39 9:25 TD 4th/9:26 4:40 FG 1st/6:03 2:18 TD 2nd/4:42 :20 TD 2nd/:55 5:57 TD 2nd/1:29 4:39 TD 3rd/8:43 1:51 FG 3rd/2:49 3:36 FG 4th/12:00 2:27 TD 4th/7:10

Drive Start O20 O30 O25 O43 O28 O47 O47 M20 M20 M07 A20 A30 A43 A40 A40 A40 A19 T40 C21 C20 C28 O39 O38 O18 008 O36 O37 B18 T00 B16 B28 T34 T40 I31 I43 I33 I33 T39 I39 I47 T00 TTU7 UT21 TTU12 UT20 NM36 NM26 NM28 SMU28 SMU20 TTU8 SMU31 TTU32

Scoring Play Demarco Murray 12-yard reception Jimmy Stevens 34-yard field goal Kenny Stills 59-yard reception Roy Finch 29-yard rush Ryan Broyles 29-yard reception Ryan Broyles 18-yard reception Ryan Broyles 8-yard reception Marcus Murphy 69-yard rush Kendial Lawrence 71-yard rush Grant Ressel 27-yard field goal Randy Bullock 29-yard field goal Michael Lamothe 3-yard reception Jeff Fuller 6-yard reception Jeff Fuller 2-yard reception Cyrus Gray 54-yard run Cyrus Gray 2-yard run Michael Lamonthe 1-yard reception Tyler Hansen 1-yard run Aric Goodman 23-yard field goal Paul Richardson 3-yard reception Paul Richardson 60-yard reception Kendall Hunter 15-yard run Joseph Randle 4-yard run Jeremy Smith 4-yard run Dan Bailey 35-yard field goal Justin Blackmon 62-yard reception Dan Bailey 32-yard field goal Robert Griffin 1-yard run Terrance Ganaway 38-yard kickoff return Josh Gordon 34-yard reception Kendall Wright 62-yard reception Aaron Jones 31-yard field goal Robert Griffin 2-yard run Grant Mahoney 31-yard field goal Darius Reynolds 36-yard reception Alexander Robinson 1-yard rush Josh Lenz 14-yard reception Collin Franklin 27-yard reception Shontre Johnson 61-yard rush K. Hammerschmidt 4-yard reception Jeremy Reeves 42-yard kickoff return Fozzy Whittaker 7-yard run Mike Davis 7-yard reception Justin Tucker 27-yard field goal Barrett Matthews 1-yard touchdown James Aho 28-yard field goal Lucas Reed 9-yard reception Chris Hernandez 45-yard run Zach Line 2-yard run Cole Beasley 19-yard reception Matt Szymanski 24-yard field goal Matt Szymanski 61-yard field goal Cole Beasley 13-yard reception

TEXAS TECH’S LONGEST (BY YARDAGE) DRIVES OF THE YEAR Opponent CU BU TAMU MU OSU

No. of Total Plays Yards 7 93 13 92 10 88 16 82 15 80

Drive Type of Score Time Score Qtr/Time 1:42 TD 3rd/8:43 4:18 TD 2nd/1:38 2:45 TD 2nd/5:33 4:55 TD 2nd/:15 5:17 TD 2nd/11:04

Drive Start T07 T08 T12 T18 T20

Scoring Play Alex Torres 15-yard reception Detron Lewis 10-yard reception Lyle Leong 15-yard reception Detron Lewis 8-yard reception Baron Batch 4-yard run

TEXAS TECH’S QUICKEST DRIVES OF THE YEAR Opponent UNM UNM ISU UNM SMU

No. of Total Plays Yards 1 3 1 1 1 20 2 7 3 51

Drive Type of Score Time Score Qtr/Time :04 TD 1st/10:49 :05 TD 3rd/12:25 :06 TD 2nd/:09 :32 TD 1st/5:15 :33 TD 2nd/14:30

Drive Start NM03 NM01 I20 NM07 TTU48

Scoring Play Eric Stephens 3-yard run Baron Batch 1-yard run Lyle Leong 20-yard reception Baron Batch 2-yard run Lyle Leong 6-yard reception

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2010 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: ................................................Terrance Ganaway, vs. Baylor, 2010 (38 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: .............................................LaRon Moore vs. Kansas, 2009 (31 Yards) By Opponent: ................................................Max Onyegbule, Kansas, 2009 (3 Yards) Non-Quarterback Threw TD Pass ________________ By Texas Tech ..............................................Detron Lewis at Oklahoma, 2010 (3 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: ................................................Andrew Gachkar, Missouri (2010) Blocked Field Goal for TD ______________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Aaron Hunt vs. Oklahoma State, 2000 (Lawrence Flugence 79-Yard Return) By Opponent: ................................................Ontei Jones, Oklahoma, 1998 (Daryl Bright 48-Yard Return) 100-Yard Rushing Game _______________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Baron Batch vs. Missouri, 2010 (134 Yards) By Opponent: ................................................Kendi Lawrence, Missouri, 2010 (102 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: .............................................Taylor Potts at Iowa State, 2010 (377 Yards) By Opponent: ................................................Landry Jones, at Oklahoma, 2010 (316 Yards) 400-Yard Passing Game _______________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Taylor Potts vs. vs. Baylor, 2010 (462 Yards) By Opponent: ................................................Ryan Tannehill, at Texas A&M, 2010 (449 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: .............................................Lyle Leong (123) vs. Missouri (2010) By Opponent: ................................................Ryan Broyles (119), at Oklahoma (2010) 200-Yard Receiving Game _____________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Michael Crabtree at Ok. State, 2007 (237), Danny Amendola at Ok. State, 2007 (233) By Opponent: ................................................Justin Blackmon, Oklahoma State, 2010 (207 Yards) 60+ Yard Punt _____________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Jonathan LaCour vs. SMU, 2010 (60 Yards) By Opponent: ................................................Tress Way ,Oklahoma, 2009 (66 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: .............................................Alex Trlica vs. Minnesota, 2006 (52 Yards, Insight Bowl) By Opponent: ................................................Jordan Mannisto, Houston, 2009 (50 yards) Three TDs-Game ____________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Lyle Leong at Texas A&M (2010) By Opponent: ................................................Ryan Broyles, at Oklahoma, 2010 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: ................................................Cyrus Gray, Texas A&M, 2009 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: .............................................Taylor Potts vs. Missouri, 2010 By Opponent: ................................................Jevan Snead, Mississippi, 2006 Four Passing TDs-Game _______________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Taylor Potts vs. Baylor, 2010 By Opponent: ................................................Ryan Tannehill at Texas A&M, 2010 Five+ Passing TDs-Game ______________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Taylor Potts at Iowa State, 2010 (5) By Opponent: ................................................Landry Jones, at Oklahoma, 2010 (5) Three Receiving TDs-Game_____________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Lyle Leong at Texas A&M, 2010 By Opponent: ................................................Ryan Broyles, at Oklahoma, 2010

Team 30+ First Downs ____________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................vs. Baylor, 2009 (35) By Opponent: ................................................at Texas A&M, 2010 (35) 40+ First Downs ____________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................vs. Sam Houston State, 2005 (40) By Opponent: ................................................Has Not Happened 400+ Yards Rushing _________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................vs. Southwestern Louisiana, 1997 (453) By Opponent: ................................................Missouri, 2003 (469) 300+ Yards Rushing _________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................vs. UTEP, 1998 (324) By Opponent: ................................................vs. Texas A&M, 2009 (321) 50+ Rushing Attempts _______________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................vs. Missouri, 2010 (51) By Opponent: ................................................at Iowa State, 2010 (50) Four Rushing TDs ___________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................at New Mexico, 2010 By Opponent: ................................................at Texas, 2007 Five+ Rushing TDs __________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................vs. Eastern Washington, 2008 (5) By Opponent: ................................................vs. Texas A&M, 2009 (6)

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2010 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL 350 Passing Yards ___________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................at Texas A&M, 2010 (356) By Opponent: ................................................Oklahoma State, 2010 (356) 400+ Passing Yards _________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................vs. Baylor, 2010 (462) By Opponent: ................................................Texas A&M, 2010 (449) 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: .............................................at Iowa State, 2010 (62) By Opponent: ................................................Eastern Washington, 2008 (63) 70+ Pass Attempts __________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................vs. Oklahoma, 2007 (72) By Opponent: ................................................Houston, 1991 (70) 40+ Pass Completions ________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................vs. Baylor, 2010 (42) 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 Iowa State, 2010 (5) By Opponent: ................................................Oklahoma, 2002 (5) 500+ Yards of Total Offense ___________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................at Iowa State, 2010 (508) By Opponent: ................................................at Oklahoma, 2010 (562) 600+ Yards of Total Offense ___________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................vs. Baylor, 2010 (635) By Opponent: ................................................at Texas A&M, 2008 (623) 700+ Yards of Total Offense ___________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................vs. Kansas State, 2009 (739) By Opponent: ................................................Has Not Happened 80+ Total Plays ____________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................Oklahoma State, 2010 (81) By Opponent: ................................................Oklahoma State, 2010 (83) 90+ Total Plays ____________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................vs. Baylor, 2010 (95) By Opponent: ................................................at Texas A&M, 2009 (93) 100+ Total Plays ___________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................vs. Missouri, 2010 (101) 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. Kansas State, 2009 (66) By Opponent: ................................................Missouri, 2003 (62) 50+ Points ________________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................at New Mexico, 2010 (52) By Opponent: ................................................at Iowa State, 2010 (52) 40+ Points ________________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................vs. Baylor, 2010 (45) By Opponent: ................................................at Oklahoma, 2010 (45) No Turnovers ______________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................vs. SMU (2010) By Opponent: ................................................at Colorado, (2010) Two Blocked Punts __________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................at New Mexico (2010 By Opponent: ................................................N/A Safety Recorded ____________________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................vs. Texas, 2008, Colby Whitlock tackle in the end zone 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. Missouri, 2010 (Baron Batch [134 rush] and Lyle Leong [123 receiving]) By Opponent: ................................................Texas A&M, (Cyrus Gray [105 rushing yards] and Jeff Fuller [171 receiving yards]) Two 100-Yard Rushers _______________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................vs. Lamar, 1988 (James Gray [113] and Clifton Winston [105]) By Opponent: ................................................at Iowa State, 2010 (Alexan Robinson [104] and Shontre Johnson [104]) Two 100-Yard Receivers ______________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................vs. Rice, 2009 (Tramain Swindall [123] and Lyle Leong [117]) By Opponent: ................................................Baylor, 1998 (Morris Anderson [130] and D. Thompson [119]) Two 200-Yard Receivers ______________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................at Oklahoma State, 2007 (Michael Crabtree [237] and Danny Amendola [233]) By Opponent: ................................................Hsas 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: .............................................vs. SMU 2010 (72) By Opponent: ................................................Texas, 2010 (93) Under 50 Yards Rushing_______________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................at Nebraska 2009 (25) 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: .............................................at TCU, 2006 By Opponent: ................................................at SMU, 2007 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: ................................................Texas, 2008 (37:44) Scored TD in Last Minute to Win ________________ By Texas Tech: .............................................vs. Texas, 2008 (Michael Crabtree 28-yard reception from Harrell with one second 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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2010 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL 40, AUNDREY BARR, DE

2010 - had season-ending knee surgery on Oct. 13... made first career start and added two tackles one for a loss of four yards - against New Mexico (9/11)...registered first career tackle (solo) in career debut in the season opener against SMU (9/5).

25, BARON BATCH, RB

TEXAS TECH CAREER RUSHING RECORD BOOK WATCH - needs 3 rushing touchdowns to tie for 8th place (career rushing touchdowns) - needs 4 rushing touchdowns to move into 8th place (career rushing touchdowns) - needs 275 yards rushing to move into 7th place (career rushing yards) TEXAS TECH CAREER ALL-PURPOSE RECORD BOOK WATCH - needs 127 all-purpose yards to move into 9th place (career total yardage) TEXAS TECH CAREER TOUCHDOWNS RECORD BOOK WATCH - needs 2 touchdowns to tie for 9th place (career touchdowns) - needs 3 touchdowns to tie for 8th place (career touchdowns) - needs 4 touchdowns to move into 8th place (career touchdowns)

2010

DEFENSE 2010

G 4

U-A-TT 2-1-3

TFL 1.0-4

SACK 0.0

INT 0-0

FF-FR 0-0

PBU 0

CAREER HIGHS Tackles ___________________________________________________ 2, at New Mexico (2010) Tackles For Loss _____________________________________________ 1, at New Mexico (2010) Sacks __________________________________________________________________ None Interceptions ______________________________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered _________________________________________________________ None

20, BRONT BIRD, LB

2010 - notched 10 tackles (four solo) at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13)... collected a team-high seven tackles (six solo) against No. 14 Missouri (11/6)... joined senior Baron Batch as a team captain against Tigers...recorded at least seven tackles in seven consecutive games... made nine tackles (all solo) with one fumble recovery and intercepted quarterback Ryan Tannehill with 14:27 left in the fourth quarter at Texas A&M (10/30)... led team with 11 tackles (six solo) at Colorado (10/23)... led team and matched a career-high with 14 tackles (13 solo), had one tackle for a loss and made first career interception against quarterback Brandon Weeden with 13:08 to play in the third quarter against Oklahoma State (10/16)... had nine tackles (seven solo) against Baylor at the Cotton Bowl (10/9)... posted eight tackles (four solo) with 1.5 tackles for a loss at Iowa State (10/2)... joined senior Lyle Leong as a team captain against Cyclones... led or tied for team lead in tackles in back-to-back weeks (at New Mexico/vs. Texas)... tied for team lead with seven tackles (all solo) against No. 4 Texas (9/18)... led team with nine tackles (three solo) against New Mexico (9/11)...posted five tackles (all solo) with one sack (loss of seven yards) in season opener against SMU (9/5)... joined senior Baron Batch as a team captain for season opener against Mustangs.

DEFENSE 2007 2008 2009 2010 TOTALS

G 8 13 13 10 44

U-A-TT 8-8-16 45-19-64 40-16-56 55-34-89 148-77-225

TFL 1.0 4.0 5.5 4.5 15.0

SACK 0.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 3.0

INT 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-30 2-30

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

PBU 0 2 3 1 6

- averaged 8.3 yards per carry against No. 16 Oklahoma with 11 rushes for 91 yards (11/13)... ran for a season-high 134 yards on 28 carries (career-high) and caught two passes for 14 yards against No. 14 Missouri (11/6)... entered the Texas Tech 2,000/1,000 club with over 2,000 career rushing yards and over 1,000 career receiving yards after the Missouri game (11/6)... joined senior Bront Bird as a team captain against Tigers... moved into ninth place on Texas Tech career rushing yardage list, moving past Shannon Woods (2,249 - 2005-08) and Doug McCutchen (2,222 - 1970-72)... moved into 10th place on school’s career all-purpose yards list, moving past Wayne Walker (3,183 - 1985-88)... rushed 10 times for 30 yards and made three receptions for 12 yards at Texas A&M (10/30)... rushed for 60 yards on 13 carries at Colorado (10/23)... reached the 2,000 career rushing yards plateau against Oklahoma State (10/16)... finished with 19 carries for 83 yards with one touchdown and caught three passes for 10 yards against the Cowboys... rushed 17 times for 97 yards with one rushing touchdown and caught four passes for 26 yards receiving with one receiving touchdown against Baylor at the Cotton Bowl (10/9)... marked seventh career multiple touchdown game (second this season)... collected 110 all-purpose yards at Iowa State (10/2) with 12 carries for 58 yards and six catches for 52 yards receiving... gained 37 yards - including a 25-yard carry - on seven attempts against No. 4 Texas (9/18)... carried 10 times for 32 yards scoring two rushing touchdowns at New Mexico (9/11)... scored on a two-yard run in the first quarter and scored Tech’s only touchdown in the third quarter with a one-yard run... marked sixth career multi-rushing touchdown game... owns seven career multi-TD games, including one with a rushing and receiving touchdown...rushed 15 times for 52 yards (3.5 avg) and caught two passes for 10 yards in season opener against SMU (9/5)... joined senior Bront Bird as a team captain for season opener against Mustangs. RUSHING 2006 2008 2009 2010 TOTALS

G 6 13 13 10 42

RUSH 9 113 168 142 432

YARDS 43 758 884 674 2,359

Y/RUSH 5.8 6.7 5.3 4.7 5.5

TD 1 7 14 4 26

LONG 13 49 44 37 49

RECEIVING 2006 2008 2009 2010 TOTALS

G 6 13 13 10 42

REC 6 45 57 23 131

YARDS 41 449 395 122 1,007

Y/REC 6.8 10.0 6.9 5.3 7.7

TD 0 1 1 1 3

LONG 12 42 49 14 49

ALL-PURPOSE 2006 2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

G 6 13 13 10 42

RUSH 43 758 884 674 2,359

REC 41 449 395 122 1,007

TOTAL 84 1207 1279 796 3,366

AVG/G 14.0 92.8 98.4 79.6 80.1

HIGH 60 169 204 148 204

CAREER HIGHS Rushes _____________________________________________________ 28, vs. Missouri (2010) Rushing Yards _______________________________________________136, vs. Oklahoma (2009) Rushing Touchdowns _____________________________________________ 4, vs. Kansas (2009) Receptions _________________________________________________ 9, vs. Texas A&M (2009) Receiving Yards ___________________________________________ 85, vs. Michigan State (2009) Receiving Touchdowns ________________________________________ 1 2x, at Nebraska (2009)* Total Touchdowns _______________________________________________ 4, vs. Kansas (2009) Longest Rush ____________________________________________ 49, vs. Michigan State (2009) Longest Reception _________________________________________ 49, vs. Michigan State (2009) All-Purpose Yards_____________________________________________204, vs. Oklahoma (2009) * Indicates most recent high

CAREER HIGHS Tackles ____________________________________________ 14 2x, vs. Oklahoma State (2010)* Tackles For Loss __________________________________________________3, at Texas (2009) Sacks ______________________________________________________1 3x, vs. SMU (2010)* Interceptions _____________________________________________ 1 2x, at Texas A&M (2010)* Fumbles Recovered ________________________________________ 1 3x, at Texas A&M (2010)* * Indicates most recent high

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2010 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL 56, JONATHAN BRYDON, LB

2010 - had one tackle (solo) at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13)... made two tackles (both solo) against Oklahoma State (10/16)... assisted on one tackle against No. 4 Texas (9/18)... recovered a blocked punt in the first quarter against New Mexico (9/11) on the Lobos three-yard line... later blocked a Lobo punt in the third quarter that was recovered by Tech on the New Mexico one-yard line.

DEFENSE 2009 2010 TOTALS

G 7 10 17

U-A-TT 2-0-2 5-1-6 7-1-8

TFL 0.0 0.0 0.0

SACK 0.0 0.0 0.0

INT 0-0 0-0 0-0

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

BLK 0 1 1

1, TERRANCE BULLITT, S

2010 - had four tackles (one solo), including one tackle for a loss at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13)... made two tackles (one solo) and forced one fumble at Texas A&M (10/30)... had a career-high seven tackles (six solo) against Oklahoma State (10/16)... posted two tackles (one solo), including one for a loss against Baylor at the Cotton Bowl (10/9)... assisted on one tackle and broke up a pass against Texas (9/18)... made career debut in season-opener against SMU (9/5)

DEFENSE 2010

G 9

U-A-TT 9-7-16

TFL 2.0

SACK 0.0

INT 0-0

FF-FR 1-0

PBU 1

CAREER HIGHS Tackles ________________________________________________ 2, vs. Oklahoma State (2010) Tackles For Loss ___________________________________________________________ None Sacks __________________________________________________________________ None Interceptions ______________________________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered _________________________________________________________ None Blocked Punts _______________________________________________ 1, at New Mexico (2010) * Indicates most recent high

CAREER HIGHS Tackles ________________________________________________ 7, vs. Oklahoma State (2010) Tackles For Loss ____________________________________________ 1 2x, at Oklahoma (2010)* Sacks __________________________________________________________________ None Interceptions ______________________________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered _________________________________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

49, DONNIE CARONA, PK

32, AARON CRAWFORD, RB

2010

- kicked off twice (143 yards - avg of 71.5) with one touchback and made three punts (43.0 avg) with one going inside the 20-yard line at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13)... 54-yard field goal attempt was blocked and kicked off five times for 326 yards (65.2 avg) against No. 14 Missouri (11/6)... made five kickoffs for 316 yards (63.2 avg.) with one touchback at Texas A&M (10/30)... had six kickoffs for 420 yards (70.0 avg) with four touchbacks at Colorado (10/23)... also had career-long 57-yard punt in only attempt against Buffaloes... averaged a career best 70.5 yards per kickoff (4 kickoffs/282 yards) against Oklahoma State (10/16)... had eight kickoffs for an average of 56.8 yards (454 total yards) and missed a 47-yard field goal attempt against Baylor at the Cotton Bowl (10/9)... kicked off seven times for 332 yards (47.4 avg) with one touchback at Iowa State (10/2)... averaged 69.0 yards on three kickoffs for 207 yards with two touchbacks against No. 4 Texas (9/18)... kicked off nine times for an average of 64.1 yards per kick (577 yards) with four touchbacks at New Mexico (9/11)... recorded first tackle of the season on a 36-yard kick-off return in the first quarter... had 51-yard field goal attempt blocked against SMU (9/5) in season opener... averaged 66.8 yards per kickoff in six kicks with two touchbacks against Mustangs.

PUNTS 2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

G 13 13 10 36

PUNTS 0 3 5 8

YDS 0 114 224 338

AVG 0.0 38.0 44.8 42.2

LG 0 40 57 57

TB 0 0 0 0

I20 0 0 1 1

KICKOFFS 2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

G 13 13 10 36

NO 96 84 54 234

YARDS 6,361 5,451 3,450 15,262

AVG 66.3 64.9 63.9 65.2

TB 26 17 17 60

FIELD GOALS 2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

G 13 13 9 35

MADE 4 0 0 4

ATT 9 0 3 12

LONG 42 0 0 42

PCT 44.4 0.0 0.0 33.3

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 ____________________________________________2 2x, vs. SMU (2008)* Field Goals Made ______________________________________________ 1 4x, vs. Texas (2008)* Longest Field Goal Made _______________________________________ 42 yards, vs. Texas (2008) Field Goals Blocked __________________________________________ 1 4x, vs. Missouri (2010)* Punts _______________________________________________________ 3, at Oklahoma (2010) Long Punt ____________________________________________________ 57, at Colorado (2010) Punt Average _______________________________________________43.0, at Oklahoma (2010) * Indicates most recent high

2010 - ran for 21 yards on three carries at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13)... rushed six times for 39 yards (long of 18) against No. 14 Missouri (11/6)... carried once for 25 yards and made two receptions for 18 yards at Texas A&M (10/30)... tallied first rushing touchdown of the season - first since 2008 season - on one-yard rush at Colorado (10/23) to tie the score (7-7) in the second quarter... three rushes for 12 yards and one reception for six yards against New Mexico (9/11)... blocked first career punt against Lobos in the first quarter with 3:22 on the clock as ball was recovered by Tech on New Mexico three-yard line... carried once for three yards in season opener against SMU (9/5).

RUSHING 2007 2008 2009 2010 TOTALS

G 8 2 10 10 30

RUSH 54 8 1 15 78

YARDS 214 26 -1 100 339

Y/RUSH 4.0 3.2 -1.0 6.7 4.3

TD 4 1 0 1 6

LONG 29 8 0 25 29

CAREER HIGHS Rushes ______________________________________________13, vs. Northwestern State (2007) Rushing Yards ________________________________________________47, vs. Oklahoma (2007) 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 ________________________________________________ 29, vs. Colorado (2007) All-Purpose Yards_____________________________________________128, vs. Oklahoma (2007)

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2010 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL 16, CODY DAVIS, S

2010 - made six tackles (five solo) with one tackle for a loss of six yards at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13)... had four tackles (all solo) against No. 14 Missouri (11/6)... led team with 11 tackles (four solo) with 1.5 tackles for a loss of eight yards, forced two fumbles, had one fumble recovery for four yards and collected first career sack at Texas A&M (10/30)... second on the team with 10 tackles (eight solo), including two tackles for a loss of five yards at Colorado (10/23)... second on the team with nine tackles (seven solo) with one tackle for a loss of three yards and broke up a pass against Oklahoma State (10/16)... made eight tackles (all solo) against Baylor at the Cotton Bowl (10/9)... had six tackles (five solo) at Iowa State (10/2)... tallied five tackles (all solo) and one tackle for a loss of eight yards against No. 4 Texas (9/18)... had seven tackles (four solo) and one pass breakup against New Mexico (9/11)... tallied five tackles (all solo) with one pass breakup in season opener against SMU (9/5).

DEFENSE 2009 2010 TOTALS

G 12 10 22

U-A-TT 58-23-81 55-16-71 113-39-152

TFL 1.5 6.5 8.0

SACK 0.0 1.0 1.0

INT 0-0 0-0 0-0

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

PBU 6 4 10

30, BRETT DEWHURST, S

2010 - made five tackles (one solo) at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13)... collected three tackles (all solo) against No. 14 Missouri (11/6)... made two tackles (one solo) at Texas A&M (10/30)... career-high nine tackles (seven solo) at Colorado (10/23)... made two tackles (one solo) against Oklahoma State (10/16)... assisted on one tackle at Iowa State (10/2)... made two tackles (both solo) against No. 4 Texas (9/18)... had two tackles (one solo) and broke up a pass against New Mexico (9/11)... made season debut in season opener against SMU (9/5).

DEFENSE 2008 2009 2010 TOTALS

G 12 10 10 32

U-A-TT 5-2-7 20-6-26 16-10-26 41-18-59

TFL 0.0 1.0 0.0 1.0

SACK 0-0 0-0 0.0 0.0

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

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

PBU 0 4 1 5

CAREER HIGHS Tackles _____________________________________________________ 15, at Houston (2009) Tackles For Loss ________________________________________________ 6, at Houston (2009) Sacks _____________________________________________________1, at Texas A&M (2010) Interceptions ______________________________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered ____________________________________________1, at Texas A&M (2010)

CAREER HIGHS Tackles ______________________________________________________9, at Colorado (2010) Tackles For Loss __________________________________________________1, at Texas (2009) Sacks __________________________________________________________________ None Interceptions ______________________________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered _________________________________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

2, CORNELIUS DOUGLAS, IR

57, BRIAN DUNCAN, LB

2010 - made one tackle (solo) at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13)... caught one pass for five yards and threw one pass (incomplete) against No. 14 Missouri (11/6)... made one catch for 11 yards and tallied two tackles (both assisted) at Texas A&M (10/30)... had a career game with four catches and 53 yards while catching first career touchdown pass against Oklahoma State (10/16)... made one tackle (solo) against Baylor at the Cotton Bowl (10/9)... played on both sides of the ball at Iowa State (10/2) with one reception and one solo tackle for a loss of yardage... made two receptions for eight yards against No. 4 Texas (9/18)... caught three passes for 49 yards in season opener against SMU (9/5).

RECEIVING 2009 2010 TOTALS DEFENSE 2009 2010 TOTALS

G 9 10 19 G 9 10 19

REC 4 12 16 U-A-TT 1-0-1 6-2-8 7-2-9

YARDS 28 125 153

Y/REC 7.0 10.4 9.6

TFL 0.0 1.0 1.0

SACK 0.0 0.0 0.0

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

2010 - led team with 13 tackles (six solo) with 1.5 tackles for a loss and forced one fumble at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13)... did not start against No. 14 Missouri (11/6) to have consecutive starts streak snapped at 42 games... had three tackles (all solo), including one tackle for a loss of six yards against No. 14 Missouri (11/6)... made five tackles (one solo) at Texas A&M (10/30)... has at least one sack in four games this season... tallied four tackles (one solo) at Colorado (10/23)... made three tackles (two solo) against Oklahoma State (10/16)... made two solo tackles against Baylor at the Cotton Bowl (10/9)... tied for team lead with nine tackles (six solo), including 2.5 tackles for a loss of 10 yards and collected sixth sack of the season at Iowa State (10/2)... tallied five tackles and one sack for a loss of three yards against No. 4 Texas (9/18)... recorded a sack with 24 seconds remaining in the first half at New Mexico (9/11)... finished with four tackles (two solo) and two tackles for a loss of 10 yards... joined senior Taylor Potts as a team captain against Lobos... had three sacks and five tackles (four solo) in season opener against SMU (9/5)... first career sack came in the Mustangs’ first drive of the game... three sacks went for a loss of 12 yards.

LONG 12 28 28 FF-FR 0-0 1-0 1-0

PBU 0 0 0

CAREER HIGHS Receptions ______________________________________________ 4, vs. Oklahoma State (2010) Yards _________________________________________________ 53, vs. Oklahoma State (2010) Touchdowns _____________________________________________ 1, vs. Oklahoma State (2010) Longest Reception ________________________________________ 28, vs. Oklahoma State (2010) All-Purpose Yards_________________________________________ 53, vs. Oklahoma State (2010) Tackles ____________________________________________________2, at Texas A&M (2010) Tackles For Loss ______________________________________________ 1, at Iowa State (2010) * Indicates most recent high

DEFENSE 2007 2008 2009 2010 TOTALS

G 13 13 13 10 49

U-A-TT 49-20-69 61-33-94 66-22-88 32-21-53 208-96-304

TFL 4.0 2.5 7.0 11.0 24.5

SACK 0.0 0.5 0.0 6.0 6.5

INT 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 2-2

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

PBU 1 8 5 0 14

CAREER HIGHS Tackles _____________________________________________________ 15, at Houston (2009) Tackles For Loss _____________________________________________ 2.5, at Iowa State (2010) Sacks _________________________________________________________ 3, vs. SMU (2010) Interceptions _________________________________________________1 2x, vs. Baylor (2008)* Quarterback Hurries ____________________________________________ 1 2x, vs. Texas (2010)* * Indicates most recent high

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2010 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL 41, SAM FEHOKO, LB

2010 - had six tackles (two solo), including 0.5 tackle for a loss at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13)... made two tackles (both solo) against No. 14 Missouri (11/6)... had one tackle for a loss of 12 yards at Texas A&M (10/30)... made five tackles (all solo) and recorded first career sack against Oklahoma State (10/16)... assisted on one tackle against Baylor at the Cotton Bowl (10/9)... made six tackles (four solo) at Iowa State (10/2)... posted three tackles (all solo) and recovered one fumble against No. 4 Texas (9/18)... collected one tackle (assisted) at New Mexico (9/11)... opened season with five tackles (four solo) in opener against SMU (9/5).

DEFENSE 2008 2009 2010 TOTALS

G 3 13 10 26

U-A-TT 3-0-3 17-2-19 21-10-31 41-12-53

TFL 2.0 1.0 2.5 5.5

SACK 0.0 0.0 1.0 1.0

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

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

PBU 0 1 0 1

7, WILL FORD, DB

2010 - had two tackles (both solo) against No. 4 Texas (9/18)... made seven tackles (four solo) and intercepted New Mexico (9/11) quarterback B.R. Holbrook in the third quarter with 4:10 on the clock... interception return went for 27 yards...notched five tackles (four solo) and broke up a pass in season opener against SMU (9/5).

DEFENSE 2009 2010 TOTALS

G 11 4 15

U-A-TT 15-7-22 10-4-14 25-11-36

TFL 0.0 0.0 0.0

SACK 0.0 0.0 0.0

INT 1-0 1-27 2-27

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

PBU 1 1 2

CAREER HIGHS Tackles __________________________________________________ 6 2x, at Oklahoma (2010)* Tackles For Loss _________________________________________ 1.0 5x, at Texas A&M (2010)* Sacks _________________________________________________ 1, vs. Oklahoma State (2010) Interceptions ______________________________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered ____________________________________________ 1 2x, vs. Texas (2010)* * Indicates most recent high

CAREER HIGHS Tackles ___________________________________________________ 7, at New Mexico (2010) Tackles For Loss ___________________________________________________________ None Sacks __________________________________________________________________ None Interceptions _____________________________________________ 1 2x, at New Mexico (2010)* Fumbles Recovered _________________________________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

8, JACOBY FRANKS, WR

95, PEARLIE GRAVES, DL

2010 - suffered broken foot at Colorado (10/23)... caught four passes for 34 yards against Oklahoma State (10/16)... had three catches for 46 yards against Baylor at the Cotton Bowl (10/9)... posted four catches for 46 yards at Iowa State (10/2)... made three catches for 39 yards against No. 4 Texas (9/18)... recorded five catches for 58 yards at New Mexico (9/11)...caught six passes for 31 yards in season opener against SMU (9/5).

RECEIVING 2008 2009 2010 TOTALS

G 11 11 7 29

REC 6 26 25 57

YARDS 58 313 254 625

Y/REC 9.7 12.0 10.2 11.0

TD 0 2 0 2

LONG 14 72 30 72

CAREER HIGHS Receptions ______________________________________________________ 6, vs. SMU (2010) Yards ___________________________________________________ 99, vs. Kansas State (2009) Touchdowns ___________________________________________ 1 2x, vs. Michigan State (2009)* Longest Reception __________________________________________ 72, vs. Kansas State (2009) All-Purpose Yards___________________________________________ 99, vs. Kansas State (2009) * Indicates most recent high

2010 - tallied one solo tackle against No. 14 Missouri (11/6)... made first career start and added seven assisted tackles, including 1.5 tackles for a loss of three yards at Texas A&M (10/30)... made career debut at Colorado (10/23) with three tackles (all solo), with two sacks and three tackles for a loss.

DEFENSE 2010

G 4

U-A-TT 4-7-11

TFL 4.5

SACK 2.0

INT 0-0

FF-FR 0-0

PBU 0

CAREER HIGHS Tackles ____________________________________________________7, at Texas A&M (2010) Tackles For Loss ________________________________________________3, at Colorado (2010) Sacks _______________________________________________________2, at Colorado (2010) Interceptions ______________________________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered _________________________________________________________ None

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2010 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL 13, JULIUS HOWARD, LB

2010 - made one solo tackle against No. 14 Missouri (11/6)... joined senior Detron Lewis as a team captain at Texas A&M (10/30)... made three tackles (two solo), including one tackle for a loss at Colorado (10/23)... tallied five tackles (three solo) against Oklahoma State (10/16)... had six tackles (four solo) with one tackle for a loss against Baylor at the Cotton Bowl (10/9)... notched seven tackles (five solo) with two quarterback hurries against Iowa State (10/2)... made two tackles (both solo), including one for a loss of two yards against No. 4 Texas (9/18)... notched four tackles (three solo) at New Mexico (9/11)... posted three tackles (all solo), including one for a loss of two yards, in season opener against SMU (9/5).

91, KERRY HYDER, DE

2010 - made three tackles (one solo) and forced one fumble at Texas A&M (10/30)... recorded first career sack (six-yard loss) and had four tackles (one solo) at New Mexico (9/11)...made career debut with a tackle (solo) on SMU’s (9/5) second drive of the game during the season opener. DEFENSE 2010

G 8

U-A-TT 3-6-9

TFL 1.0

SACK 1.0

INT 0-0

FF-FR 1-0

PBU 0

CAREER HIGHS Tackles ___________________________________________________ 4, at New Mexico (2010) Tackles For Loss _____________________________________________ 1, at New Mexico (2010) Sacks ____________________________________________________ 1, at New Mexico (2010) Interceptions ______________________________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered _________________________________________________________ None

82, ADAM JAMES, IR

DEFENSE 2007 2008 2009 2010 TOTALS

G 6 13 13 10 42

U-A-TT 0-0-0 4-6-10 25-4-29 23-8-31 52-18-70

TFL 0.0 0.0 1.0 4.0 5.0

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 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1

PBU 0 0 2 0 2

2010 - caught a pass for 14 yards against No. 14 Missouri (11/6)... made one catch for 12 yards at Texas A&M (10/30)... made season debut against SMU (9/5) in season opener. RECEIVING 2008 2009 2010 TOTALS

G 13 12 8 33

REC 15 17 2 34

YARDS 159 154 26 339

Y/REC 10.6 9.1 13.0 10.0

TD 1 1 0 2

LONG 22 20 14 22

CAREER HIGHS Tackles _______________________________________________________ 8, at Baylor (2009) Tackles For Loss _____________________________________________1 5x, at Colorado (2010)* Sacks __________________________________________________________________ None Interceptions ______________________________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered ____________________________________________1, at Texas A&M (2008)

CAREER HIGHS Receptions _________________________________________________4, at Kansas State (2008) Yards ____________________________________________________36, at Kansas State (2008) Touchdowns ________________________________________1 2x, vs. North Dakota State (2009)* Longest Reception ___________________________________________ 20, vs. Texas A&M (2009) All-Purpose Yards____________________________________________36, at Kansas State (2008) * Indicates most recent high

10, HARRISON JEFFERS, RB

12, D.J. JOHNSON, DB

2010 - returned three kickoffs for 58 yards at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13)... made one kick return for 18 yards and ran twice for seven yards out of the backfield against No. 14 Missouri (11/6)... carried once for a loss of four yards at Colorado (10/23)... made season debut rushing seven times for 44 yards at New Mexico (9/11).

RUSHING 2009 2010 TOTALS

G 12 7 19

RUSH 35 11 46

YARDS 217 47 264

Y/RUSH 6.2 4.7 5.9

TD 4 0 4

LONG 35 12 35

RECEIVING 2009 2010 TOTALS

G 12 7 19

REC 27 0 27

YARDS 218 0 218

Y/REC 8.1 0.0 8.1

TD 1 0 1

LONG 62 0 62

CAREER HIGHS Rushes ____________________________________________________8, vs. New Mexico (2009) Rushing Yards _________________________________________________ 57, at Houston (2009) Rushing Touchdowns __________________________________________3, vs. New Mexico (2009) Receptions ________________________________________________ 6, vs. Kansas State (2009) Receiving Yards _____________________________________________ 90, vs. New Mexico (2009) Receiving Touchdowns _________________________________________1, vs. New Mexico (2009) Total Touchdowns ____________________________________________4, vs. New Mexico (2009) Longest Rush _________________________________________________ 35, at Houston (2009) Longest Reception ___________________________________________ 62, vs. New Mexico (2009) All-Purpose Yards_____________________________________________128, vs. Oklahoma (2007)

2010 - made three tackles (all solo) at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13)... posted four tackles (two solo) at Texas A&M (10/30)... collected six tackles (all solo) at Colorado (10/23)... finished with five tackles (all solo), broke up two passes and intercepted Oklahoma State (10/16) quarterback Brandon Weeden in the third quarter with 3:55 on the clock... had two tackles (both solo) and made one tackle for a loss of one yard against Baylor at the Cotton Bowl (10/9)... made two tackles (one solo) at Iowa State (10/2)... had a career-high seven tackles (six solo) and marked first career tackle for a loss against No. 4 Texas (9/18)... made six tackles (four solo) at New Mexico (9/11)...intercepted SMU quarterback Kyle Padron in the third quarter with 7:42 on the clock during season opener (9/5)... recorded three tackles (all solo) and broke up one pass.

DEFENSE 2009 2010 TOTALS

G 12 9 21

U-A-TT 22-2-24 32-6-38 54-8-62

TFL 0.0 2.0 2.0

SACK 0.0 0.0 0.0

INT 1-7 2-11 3-18

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

PBU 7 3 10

CAREER HIGHS Tackles _______________________________________________________ 7, vs. Texas (2010) Tackles For Loss ______________________________________________1 2x, vs. Baylor (2010)* Sacks __________________________________________________________________ None Interceptions __________________________________________ 1 3x, vs. Oklahoma State (2010)* Fumbles Recovered _________________________________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

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2010 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL 9, JONATHAN LaCOUR, P

2010 - ranks seventh on Tech all-time career list averaging 40.0 yards per punt... made five punts for 171 yards (34.2 avg) - with two inside the 20-yard line - at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13)... punted seven times for 250 yards (35.7 avg.) with two punts going inside the 20-yard line against No. 14 Missouri (11/6)... notched six punts (38.3 avg.) for 230 yards with a long of 47 yards at Texas A&M (10/30)... made four punts averaging 43.5 yards (174 total yards) with a long of 46 yards at Colorado (10/23)... joined senior Franklin Mitchem as a team captain against Buffaloes... made seven punts for 263 yards - averaging 37.6 yards per punt - with a long of 57 yards and two punts going inside the 20 against Oklahoma State (10/16)... tallied four punts averaging 41.8 yards per punt (167 total yards) with one inside the 20 and with one touchback against Baylor at the Cotton Bowl (10/9)... recorded four punts for 153 yards (38.2 avg) with one going inside the 20 at Iowa State (10/2)... had a career-high eight punts with an average of 43.2 yards/ punt (346 yards) with one punt inside the 20-yard line (downed at 1-yard line) against No. 4 Texas (9/18)... averaged 47.5 yards per punt on two punts, including one inside the 20, at New Mexico (9/11)... equaled a career-long 60-yard punt (Baylor, 2007) during season opener against SMU (9/5)... averaged 48.2 yards per punt (four punts) with one going inside the 20-yard line against Mustangs... punt inside the 20 was downed at the SMU 6-yard line.

PUNTS 2007 2008 2010 TOTAL

G 12 12 10 34

PUNTS 29 25 51 105

YDS 1,236 927 2,042 4,205

AVG 42.6 37.1 40.0 40.0

LG 60 53 60 60

TB 2 0 1 3

I20 8 11 11 30

CAREER HIGHS Punts _________________________________________________________ 8, vs. Texas (2010) Punt Average _________________________________________________ 51.7, at Baylor (2007) Inside the 20 __________________________________________ 2 5x, vs. Oklahoma State (2010)* Long Punt ___________________________________________________ 60 2x, vs. SMU (2010)* * Indicates most recent high

98, DONALD LANGLEY, DL

2010 - had first career fumble recovery against No. 14 Missouri (11/6)... recorded three tackles (one solo) at Texas A&M (10/30)... made one tackle (solo) against Oklahoma State (10/16)... recorded three tackles (all solo) against Baylor... made first career start at left defensive end against Baylor at the Cotton Bowl (10/9).

DEFENSE 2010

G 10

U-A-TT 8-4-12

TFL 0.0

SACK 0.0

INT 0-0

FF-FR 0-1

PBU 0

CAREER HIGHS Tackles ________________________________________________ 3 3x, at Texas A&M (2010)* Tackles For Loss ___________________________________________________________ None Sacks __________________________________________________________________ None Interceptions ______________________________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered _____________________________________________ 1, vs. Missouri (2010)

19, LYLE LEONG, WR

TEXAS TECH CAREER RECEIVING RECORD BOOK WATCH - needs 2 touchdowns to tie for 2nd place (career touchdowns) TEXAS TECH SINGLE-SEASON RECEIVING RECORD BOOK WATCH - needs 4 touchdowns to tie for 2nd place (single-season touchdowns) CONSECUTIVE GAMES STREAK - has at least one reception in 33 consecutive games dating back to Sept. 20, 2008, against UMASS at Jones AT&T Stadium... also owns a streak of 24 straight games with a catch during Big 12 competition which covers the entire 2008, 2009 and 2010 seasons. 2010 - during last 12 games (dating back to Baylor in 2009) has caught 67 passes for 841 yards with 18 touchdowns... has at least one receiving touchdown in seven games this season and at least one TD catch in nine of 12 games dating back to last season... ranks third on the Texas Tech career receiving touchdowns list... ranks third on Tech’s single-season receiving touchdowns list... owns five multi-receiving touchdown games this season (nine career), including three games this season with three touchdowns... made two catches for 14 yards at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13)... caught nine passes for 123 yards with two touchdown receptions against No. 14 Missouri (11/6)... marked fourth career 100-yard receiving game and third of the season... was the third time during career, and second time of the season, with multiple touchdowns in consecutive games (3 vs. Rice, 2 at Texas - 2009... 3 vs. SMU, 2 at New Mexico - 2010... 3 at Texas A&M, 2 vs. Missouri - 2010)... made five catches for 67 yards with three touchdowns at Texas A&M (10/30)... caught a touchdown pass from Taylor Potts in the second quarter and caught two touchdown passes from Steven Sheffield in the fourth quarter... three touchdown receptions matches a career-high (five times)... caught five passes for 32 yards with one touchdown at Colorado (10/23)... made three receptions for 28 yards against Oklahoma State (10/16)... tallied five catches for 85 yards against Baylor at the Cotton Bowl (10/9)... had streak of at least one touchdown in six consecutive games snapped against Baylor... caught nine passes for 125 yards and three touchdowns against Cyclones... posted touchdown catches in second, third and fourth quarters from QB Taylor Potts... joined senior Bront Bird as a team captain against Iowa State... on the receiving end of four passes for 34 yards with one touchdown against No. 4 Texas (9/18)... caught five passes for 75 yards with two touchdowns at New Mexico (9/11)... opened the season with back-to-back multiple touchdown performances (3 vs. SMU, 2 at New Mexico)... made season debut breaking previous career-highs with 11 receptions and 142 yards and tied a career-high three touchdowns (set twice previously) in season opener against SMU (9/5)... previous career-highs were nine catches and 117 yards, both coming against Rice (2009)... marked second career 100-yard receiving game... caught TD passes from Taylor Potts in the first, second and third quarter against Mustangs... two-yard TD reception in first quarter (0:54) was the first for Tech in 2010 season.

RECEIVING 2007 2008 2009 2010 TOTALS

G 12 12 13 10 47

REC 15 18 45 58 136

YARDS 174 206 571 725 1,676

Y/REC 11.6 11.4 12.7 12.5 12.3

TD 1 3 9 15 28

LONG 27 32 43 40 43

CAREER HIGHS Receptions _____________________________________________________ 11, vs. SMU (2010) Yards ________________________________________________________ 142, vs. SMU (2010) Touchdowns _____________________________________________ 3 5x, at Texas A&M (2010)* Longest Reception _________________________________________ 43, vs. Michigan State (2009) All-Purpose Yards________________________________________________ 142, vs. SMU (2010) * Indicates most recent high

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2010 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL 17, DETRON LEWIS, WR

26, FRANKLIN MITCHEM, S

TEXAS TECH CAREER RECEIVING RECORD BOOK WATCH - needs 2 receptions to move into 5th place (career receptions) - needs 9 receptions to move into 4th place (career receptions) - needs 17 receptions to move into 3rd place (career receptions) - needs 173 yards to move into 7th place (career yards) CONSECUTIVE GAMES STREAK - has at least one reception in 37 consecutive games dating back to Jan. 1, 2008, against Virginia in the Gator Bowl... also owns a streak of 24 straight games with a catch during Big 12 competition which covers the entire 2008, 2009 and 2010 seasons. 2010 - moved into sixth place on the Texas Tech all-time career receptions list, moving past Danny Amendola (204 - 2004-07)... ranks eighth on the Tech all-time career receiving yards list... led team with seven catches for 59 yards and threw a three-yard touchdown pass at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13)... became first Texas Tech non-quarterback to throw for a touchdown in over 15 years with three-yard TD pass to Darrin Moore in first quarter at Oklahoma... caught eight passes for 64 yards with one touchdown against No. 14 Missouri (11/6)... became the seventh receiver in Texas Tech history to make 200 career receptions during Texas A&M game (11 catches)‌ tied Wes Welker as the third fastest player in Texas Tech history to reach 200 career receptions (43 games)... led team with eight catches with 111 yards receiving (long of 54 yards) at Texas A&M (10/30)... joined senior Julius Howard as a team captain against Aggies... 111-yard performance at Texas A&M marked the first 100-plus yard receiving game of his season and the sixth of his career... posted six catches for 84 yards (long of 32) at Colorado (10/23)... led team with five catches for 28 yards against Oklahoma State (10/16)... had careerhigh 11 catches for 95 yards with one touchdown against Baylor at the Cotton Bowl (10/9)... had four catches for 12 yards at Iowa State (10/2)... led team with six catches for 42 yards against No. 4 Texas (9/18)... joined senior Colby Whitlock as a team captain against Longhorns... 20-yard completion in fourth quarter at New Mexico (9/11) marked 2,000 career receiving yards... recorded 44 receiving yards on three catches against Lobos... caught six passes for 79 yards with a touchdown in season opener against SMU (9/5)... has recorded 25 receptions, 451 yards and four touchdowns in four career season openers.

RECEIVING 2007 2008 2009 2010 TOTALS PASSING 2007 2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

G 9 13 13 10 45 G 9 13 13 10 45

REC 10 76 65 64 215 C-A-I 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-1-0 1-1-0

YARDS 120 913 844 618 2,495 PCT 0.0 0.0 0.0 100.0 100.0

Y/REC 12.0 12.0 13.0 9.7 11.6 YDS 0 0 0 3 3

TD 3 3 6 3 15

LONG 50 76 61 54 76

YDS/GM 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.0 0.3

TD 0 0 0 1 1

2010 - notched five tackles (three solo), including one tackle for a loss at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13)... collected one solo tackle against No. 14 Missouri (11/6)... had eight tackles (five solo), including first career sack for a loss of 11 yards and broke up three passes at Texas A&M (10/30)... made one tackle (solo) at Colorado (10/23)... joined senior Jonathan LaCour as a team captain against Buffaloes... had one tackle against Baylor at the Cotton Bowl (10/9)... posted seven tackles (three solo) with one pass breakup at Iowa State (10/2)... had one tackle (assisted) at New Mexico (9/11)... led team during season opener against SMU (9/5) with six tackles (five solo) and had one fumble recovery.

DEFENSE 2008 2009 2010 TOTALS

G 13 10 10 33

U-A-TT 9-7-16 45-12-57 19-11-30 73-30-103

TFL 0.0 1.0 2.0 3.0

SACK 0.0 0.0 1.0 1.0

INT 0-0 2-7 0-0 2-7

FF-FR 2-0 0-3 0-1 2-4

PBU 0 5 4 9

CAREER HIGHS Tackles ________________________________________________ 8 2x, at Texas A&M (2010)* Tackles For Loss ___________________________________________1.0 3x, at Oklahoma (2010)* Sacks ____________________________________________________1, at Texas A&M (2010)* Interceptions ___________________________________________ 1 2x, vs. Michigan State (2009)* Fumbles Recovered _____________________________________________1 4x, vs. SMU (2010)* * Indicates most recent high

28, LaRON MOORE, CB

LG 0 0 0 3 3

CAREER HIGHS Receptions ____________________________________________________ 11, vs. Baylor (2010) Yards ______________________________________________ 163, vs. Eastern Washington (2008) Touchdowns ____________________________________________ 2 2x, vs. Kansas State (2009)* Longest Reception ______________________________________76, vs. Eastern Washington (2008) All-Purpose Yards______________________________________ 163, vs. Eastern Washington (2008) Pass Attempts ________________________________________________ 1, at Oklahoma (2010) Pass Completions_______________________________________________ 1, at Oklahoma (2010) Passing Yards _________________________________________________ 3, at Oklahoma (2010) Passing Touchdowns ____________________________________________ 1, at Oklahoma (2010) Longest Pass__________________________________________________ 3, at Oklahoma (2010) * Indicates most recent high

2010 - made two tackles (one solo) at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13)... joined senior Colby Whitlock as a team captain against Sooners...had two solo tackles and broke up three passes against No. 14 Missouri (11/6)... had four tackles (one solo) at Texas A&M (10/30)... made one tackle (assisted) at Colorado (10/23)... made one tackle (solo) against Oklahoma State (10/16)... joined senior Steven Sheffield as a team captain against the Cowboys... made season debut with three tackles (all solo) with one tackle for a loss against Baylor at the Cotton Bowl (10/9)... missed opening four games while recovering from a broken leg suffered during spring game.

DEFENSE 2007 2008 2009 2010 TOTALS

G 13 12 13 6 44

U-A-TT 3-5-8 6-4-10 36-6-42 8-5-13 53-20-73

TFL 0.0 0.0 4.0 1.5 5.5

SACK 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

INT 0-0 0-0 2-20 0-0 2-20

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

PBU 0 1 6 3 10

CAREER HIGHS Tackles ________________________________________________ 6 2x, vs. Texas A&M (2009)* Tackles For Loss __________________________________________________ 2, vs. Rice (2009) Sacks __________________________________________________________________ None Interceptions ______________________________________________ 1 2x, vs. Oklahoma (2009)* Fumbles Recovered ___________________________________________ 1 2x, vs. Kansas (2009)* * Indicates most recent high

31, EUGENE NEBOH, CB

2010 - tallied one tackle (assisted) at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13)... made first career start against No. 14 Missouri (11/6) and finished game with four tackles (all solo) and broke up one pass... tallied four tackles (all solo) against No. 14 Missouri (11/6)... recorded first career tackle against Texas A&M (10/30) while finishing with nine tackles (four solo).

DEFENSE 2010

G 6

U-A-TT 8-6-14

TFL 1.0

SACK 0.0

INT 0-0

FF-FR 0-0

PBU 1

CAREER HIGHS Tackles ____________________________________________________9, at Texas A&M (2010) Tackles For Loss ______________________________________________1, at Texas A&M (2010) Sacks __________________________________________________________________ None Interceptions ______________________________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered _________________________________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

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2010 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL 21, JARVIS PHILLIPS, DB

12, TAYLOR POTTS, QB

TEXAS TECH SINGLE-SEASON INTERCEPTIONS RECORD BOOK WATCH - needs 2 interceptions to tie for 7th place (single-season interceptions) - needs 3 interceptions to tie for 5th place (single-season interceptions) 2010 - made four tackles (three solo) at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13)... notched three tackles (two solo) and broke up two passes against No. 14 Missouri (11/6)... had six tackles (four solo) and broke up one pass at Texas A&M (10/30)... notched six tackles (five solo) at Colorado (10/23)... made four tackles (two solo) and had one tackle for a loss against Oklahoma State (10/16)... made eight tackles (seven solo) against Baylor at the Cotton Bowl (10/9)... notched six tackles (all solo) at Iowa State (10/2)... has at least one interception in three of five games this season... four interceptions are the most by a Red Raider since 2008 (Darcel McBath - 7... Daniel Charbonnet - 5)... recorded two interceptions, including one for an 87-yard INT return for a touchdown, had one tackle (assisted) and broke up one pass against No. 4 Texas (9/18)... intercepted Texas quarterback Garrett Gilbert at the Texas Tech 13-yard line before going 87 yards for a touchdown with 1:39 on the clock in the first quarter... it was the first INT for TD for a Tech player since 2008 (Daniel Charbonnet vs. Texas - 18 yards - in 2008)... marked the first defensive score for Tech since LaRon Moore had a 31-yard fumble return for a TD in 2009 against Kansas... picked off Gilbert for the second time inside the red zone (Texas Tech 19-yard line) with 3:22 left in the second quarter... finished with four tackles and intercepted New Mexico (9/11) quarterback B.R. Holbrook in the fourth quarter with 2:37 left in the game... interception was returned 27 yards to the New Mexico 27-yard line... made career debut in season opener against SMU (9/5) with five tackles (all solo), one interception and broke up two passes... intercepted SMU quarterback Kyle Padron in the first quarter with 0:03 on the clock.

DEFENSE 2010

G 10

U-A-TT 36-11-47

TFL 1.0

SACK 0.0

INT 4-114

FF-FR 0-0

PBU 8

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

5, TRE’ PORTER, CB

2010 - second on the team with 10 tackles (five solo) and broke up one pass at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13)... had five tackles (all solo) with one tackle for a loss of one yard against Missouri (11/6)... finished with six tackles (two solo) and broke up three passes at Texas A&M (10/30)... notched three tackles (two solo) at Colorado (10/23)... made eight tackles (all solo) with one tackle for a loss and broke up a pass against Oklahoma State (10/16)... led team with 12 tackles (10 solo) against Baylor at the Cotton Bowl (10/9)... made first career start against Iowa State (10/2)... had four tackles against Cyclones (three solo)... had five tackles (four solo) - including one for a loss of three yards - against No. 4 Texas (9/18)... collected four solo tackles at New Mexico (9/11)... made career debut in season opener against SMU (9/5) with one interception, which he returned for 13 yards... intercepted SMU quarterback Kyle Padron in the second quarter with 8:22 on the clock.

DEFENSE 2010

G 10

U-A-TT 43-14-57

TFL 3.0

SACK 0.0

INT 1-13

FF-FR 0-0

PBU 9

CAREER HIGHS Tackles ______________________________________________________ 12, vs. Baylor (2010) Tackles For Loss ____________________________________________ 1 3x, vs. Missouri (2010)* Sacks __________________________________________________________________ None Interceptions _____________________________________________________ 1, vs. SMU (2010) Fumbles Recovered _________________________________________________________ None

TEXAS TECH CAREER PASSING RECORD BOOK WATCH - needs 8 passing touchdowns to tie for 3rd place (career passing touchdowns) - needs 1,088 passing yards to move into 3rd place (career passing yardage) - needs 19 passing attempts to move into 5th place (career passing attempts) - needs 30 passing attempts to move into 4th place (career passing attempts) - needs 92 passing attempts to move into 3rd place (career passing attempts) TEXAS TECH CAREER TOTAL OFFENSE BOOK WATCH - needs 8 touchdowns responsible for to tie for 5th place (career TD responsible for) - needs 120 attempts to move into 6th place (career attempts) - needs 870 yards of total offense to move into 4th place (career total offense) TEXAS TECH SINGLE-SEASON PASSING RECORD BOOK WATCH - needs 1 passing touchdowns to tie for 8th place (single-season passing touchdowns) - needs 2 passing touchdowns to move into 8th place (single-season passing touchdowns) - needs 7 passing touchdowns to tie for 7th place (single-season passing touchdowns) - needs 8 passing touchdowns to tie for 6th place (single-season passing touchdowns) TEXAS TECH SINGLE-SEASON TOTAL OFFENSE BOOK WATCH - needs 1 touchdowns responsible for to tie for 8th place (single-season TD responsible for) - needs 2 touchdowns responsible for to move into 8th place (single-season TD responsible for) - needs 10 touchdowns responsible for to tie for 6th place (single-season TD responsible for) 2010 - needs 179 passing yards to become the fourth quarterback in Texas Tech history to pass for 7,000 career yards... went 18-for-36 for 136 yards and threw two interceptions at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13)... moved into fourth place on the school’s all-time career passing yardage list following 136 yards passing at No. 16 Oklahoma moving past Billy Joe Tolliver (6,756 - 1985-88) and Zebbie Lethridge (6,789 - 1994-97)...passed for 188 yards with three touchdowns on 19-for-28 passing with one interception against No. 14 Missouri (11/6)... became only the fourth quarterback in Texas Tech history to pass for 50 career touchdowns... entered game in a back-up role in the second quarter with 5:10 remaining until halftime... marked 12th career - sixth this season - multiple passing touchdown performance... moved into ninth place on the Tech all-time single-season passing touchdowns list (24)... moved into fourth place on school’s career passing touchdowns list following three TD performance against No. 14 Missouri... moved into fifth place on Tech’s career total offense leaders list with 6,685 total yards moving past B.J. Symons (6,586 - 2000-03)... went 23-for-37 for 227 yards passing with one touchdown pass at Texas A&M (10/30)... became the seventh quarterback in Texas Tech history to pass for 6,000 career yards after game at Colorado... moved into third place on the school’s all-time career completions list moving past B.J. Symons (554 - 2000-03)... threw for 286 yards with two touchdowns on 24-of-38 passing at Colorado (10/23)... completed 28-of-43 passes for 226 yards with one touchdown against Oklahoma State (10/16)... named the AT&T ESPN All-America Player of the Week (10/15) following performance against Baylor at the Cotton Bowl... moved into sixth place on school’s career passing attempts list moving past B.J. Symons (797 - 2000-03) and Ron Reeves (763 - 1978-81)... moved into seventh place on school career touchdowns responsible for list in front of Billy Joe Tolliver (44 - 1985-88)... established new career-high with 462 yards passing (21st most in school history) on 42-of-59 passing with four touchdowns and one interception against Baylor at the Cotton Bowl (10/9)... the 462 yards passing is an all-time Cotton Bowl Stadium record... the previous stadium record was 387 yards by Oklahoma’s Sam Bradford against Texas (Red River Rivalry) in 2008... the 462 yards passing yards is the third most all-time on a neutral field for a Tech quarterback and the most since Sonny Cumbie compiled 520 against California in the Holiday Bowl in 2004... the 462 yards passing is the most by a Big 12 quarterback this season... performance marked the 10th career - third this season - 300-yard passing game... Texas Tech is 6-4 when Potts throws for at least 300 yards... performance against Baylor was fourth career - third this season - with at least four passing touchdowns... rattled off 15 consecutive completions in the first half against Baylor, which marked a career-high... became the sixth quarterback in Texas Tech history to record 500-plus career completions... passed for 377 yards on 42-of-62 passing with five touchdowns and one interception at Iowa State (10/2)... 377 yards are the 64th most passing yards in a single-game in Texas Tech history and the 21st most passing yards in a road game for a Tech quarterback all-time... completions (42) and attempts (62) marked Jack Trice Stadium (Iowa State home field) all-time records... five touchdown passes are his second highest total, trailing only career-high of seven in 2009 against Rice (9/12/09)... went 21-of-35 for 158 yards with one touchdown pass and threw two interceptions against No. 4 Texas (9/18)... was 22-of-34 for 293 yards with three touchdowns at New Mexico (9/11)... marked ninth career and fifth consecutive (dating back to 2009) multiple passing touchdown performance... joined senior Brian Duncan as a team captain against Lobos... completed 34-of-53 passes for 359 yards with four touchdowns in season opener against SMU (9/5)... third touchdown against SMU marked 30th career... four consecutive multi-touchdown performance dating back to last season... four TDs against SMU marked second career game with at least four (7 vs. Rice - 2009)... recorded eighth career 300-yard passing game while having passed for at least 300 yards in three of his past four games dating back to last season. PASSING 2007 2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

G 5 10 12 10 36

C-A-I 32-49-1 23-36-1 309-470-13 273-424-8 619-944-21

PCT 65.3 63.9 65.7 64.4 65.6

YDS 409 260 3,440 2,712 6,685

YDS/GM 81.8 26.0 286.7 271.2 185.7

TD 3 2 22 24 51

LG 50 27 79 55 79

CAREER HIGHS Pass Attempts ___________________________________________ 62 2x, at Iowa State (2010)* Pass Completions_________________________________________________46, at Texas (2009) Passing Yards _________________________________________________ 462, vs. Baylor (2010) Passing Touchdowns _______________________________________________ 7, vs. Rice (2009) Longest Pass___________________________________________79 yards, vs. New Mexico (2009) * Indicates most recent high

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2010 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL 92, LAWRENCE RUMPH, DT

2010 - made one tackle (solo) at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13)... had one tackle (assisted) at Texas A&M (10/30)... made one tackle (solo) against Oklahoma State (10/16)... made one tackle (solo) against No. 4 Texas (9/18)... had two tackles (one solo) and first career sack for a loss of 11 yards in the fourth quarter with 7:29 remaining... made career debut in season opener against SMU (9/5).

DEFENSE 2010

G 9

U-A-TT 4-2-6

TFL 1.0

SACK 1.0

INT 0-0

FF-FR 0-0

PBU 0

1, STEVEN SHEFFIELD, QB

2010 - entered as a back up in the third quarter with just over five minutes on the clock at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13)... went 1-for-4 with five passing yards against Sooners... made first start of the season against No. 14 Missouri (11/6) and threw for 99 yards on 11-for-20 passing during the first half… did not return during the second half against Tigers... marked first start since at Nebraska (2009)... played most minutes of the season going 11-for-14 with 129 yards passing with two touchdowns and one interception in a back-up role during the fourth quarter at Texas A&M (10/30)... marked first multiple passing touchdown performance this season and the third career (two in 2009)... lined up once in the wildcat formation as a receiver at Colorado (10/23)... lined up once in the wildcat formation as a receiver against Oklahoma State (10/16)... joined senior LaRon Moore as a team captain against Cowboys... lined up in two wildcat formations during Baylor game at the Cotton Bowl (10/9)... played in one series at quarterback at Iowa State (10/2)... had one rush for two yards... entered at quarterback in the third quarter for one series against No. 4 Texas (9/18)... had one pass attempt and was sacked for a loss of eight yards... made season debut completing 2-of-7 passes for 17 yards with two rushes for 15 yards and a rushing touchdown at New Mexico (9/11)... entered New Mexico game in the fourth quarter with 2:37 remaining to play.

PASSING 2006 2007 2009 2010 TOTAL

G 1 1 6 9 17

C-A-I 0-0-0 0-0-0 101-136-4 25-46-1 126-182-5

PCT 0.0 0.0 74.3 54.3 69.2

YDS 0 0 1,219 250 1,469

YDS/GM 0.0 0.0 203.2 27.8 86.4

TD 0 0 14 2 16

LG 0 0 72 35 72

CAREER HIGHS Tackles ___________________________________________________ 2, at New Mexico (2010) Tackles For Loss _____________________________________________ 1, at New Mexico (2010) Sacks ____________________________________________________ 1, at New Mexico (2010) Interceptions ______________________________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered _________________________________________________________ None

CAREER HIGHS Pass Attempts ____________________________________________ 41, vs. Kansas State (2009) Pass Completions___________________________________________ 33, vs. Kansas State (2009) Passing Yards ____________________________________________ 490, vs. Kansas State (2009) Passing Touchdowns _________________________________________ 7, vs. Kansas State (2009) Longest Pass______________________________________________ 72, vs. Kansas State (2009)

94, SCOTT SMITH, DE

45, TYRONE SONIER, LB

2010 - made five tackles (two solo) at Iowa State (10/2)... had a career game with six tackles (all solo), two sacks, three tackles for a loss of 18 yards, one interception and forced one fumble against No. 4 Texas (9/18)... became the sixth Texas Tech player – and only the second defensive lineman – since 2000 to have an interception and sack in the same game after having two sacks and an INT against Longhorns… the last Red Raider to tally an INT and sack in the same game was Marlon Williams against Rice (9/12/09) last season… the last defensive lineman to do it was Adell Duckett (at Kansas State – 10/30/04)… recorded two tackles (one solo), with one tackle for a loss of 12 yards, forced one fumble, recovered one fumble and had first career sack at New Mexico (9/11)... made career debut in season opener against SMU (9/5).

DEFENSE 2010

G 4

U-A-TT 10-4-14

TFL 4.0

SACK 3.0

INT 1-0

FF-FR 2-1

PBU 0

CAREER HIGHS Tackles _______________________________________________________ 6, vs. Texas (2010) Tackles For Loss _________________________________________________ 3, vs. Texas (2010) Sacks ________________________________________________________ 2, vs. Texas (2010) Interceptions ____________________________________________________ 1, vs. Texas (2010) Fumbles Recovered ___________________________________________ 1, at New Mexico (2010)

2010 - made one tackle (assisted) at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13)... posted four tackles (two solo) at Colorado (10/23)... made one tackle against Baylor at the Cotton Bowl (10/9)... made two tackles (both solo) at Iowa State (10/2)... tallied career-high six tackles (all solo) against No. 4 Texas (9/18)... collected four tackles (three solo), forced one fumble and had one quarterback hurry at New Mexico (9/11)... had two tackles (both solo), including first career sack for a four-yard loss in the season opener against SMU (9/5).

DEFENSE 2008 2009 2010 TOTALS

G 4 3 8 15

U-A-TT 2-0-2 2-2-4 16-6-22 19-9-28

TFL 0.0 0.0 1.0 1.0

SACK 0.0 0.0 1.0 1.0

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

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

PBU 0 0 0 0

CAREER HIGHS Tackles _______________________________________________________ 7, vs. Texas (2010) Tackles For Loss __________________________________________________ 1, vs. SMU (2010) Sacks _________________________________________________________ 1, vs. SMU (2010) Interceptions ______________________________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered _________________________________________________________ None

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2010 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL 24, ERIC STEPHENS, RB

11, TRAMAIN SWINDALL, IR

2010 - made two catches for eight yards at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13)... caught two passes for 10 yards against No. 14 Missouri (11/6)... made two catches for eight yards at Texas A&M (10/30)... caught three passes for 17 yards at Colorado (10/23)... made one catch for five yards against Oklahoma State (10/16)... had one catch for six yards against Baylor at the Cotton Bowl (10/9)... made five catches for 42 yards at Iowa State (10/2)... logged 12 yards on two catches at New Mexico (9/11)...caught five passes for 42 yards in season opener against SMU (9/5).

TEXAS TECH CAREER KICK RETURN RECORD BOOK WATCH - Owns Texas Tech career kick return yardage record (1,713 yards - 68 returns) - Owns Texas Tech career kick return record (68) TEXAS TECH SINGLE-SEASON KICK RETURN RECORD BOOK WATCH - Owns Texas Tech single-season kick return record (36) - Owns Texas Tech single-season kick return yardage record (890 - 36 returns) - Owns Texas Tech sophomore kick-return yardage record (890 - 36 returns) 2010 - on first kick return at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13) broke school’s single-season kick return record with his 33rd kick return of the season... rushed 11 times for 40 yards, caught one pass for five yards and returned four kickoffs for 65 yards against the Sooners... on third kick return against No. 14 Missouri (11/6), broke school’s all-time single-season kick-return yardage record with 825 yards... the record was set the previous season by Stephens on the same amount of returns (32) with 823 yards during freshman season... rushed twice for 11 yards, caught one pass for two yards and returned three kicks for 85 yards to break single-season record... led team with 47 yards rushing on 10 carries, added 22 yards receiving with four catches and had 94 yards on three kick returns for a team-leading 163 all-purpose yards at Texas A&M (10/30)... broke school’s all-time career kick return record at Colorado (10/23) on second kick return... broke College Football Hall of Famer Donny Anderson’s all-time record of 56 career kick-off returns (1963-65)... finished with 94 yards rushing on 15 carries at Colorado (10/23)... made three kick returns for 50 yards at Colorado... finished with 144 all-purpose yards against Buffaloes... tallied 15 carries with a career-high 99 yards rushing and posted 200 all-purpose yards with 24 yards receiving (four catches) and 77 kick-return yards against Oklahoma State (10/16)... broke school’s all-time career kick-off return yardage record after posting 37 kick-return yards against Baylor at the Cotton Bowl, moving past college football hall of famer Donny Anderson (1,309 - 1963-65, 56 returns)... Needed only 52 career returns to break all-time kick-return yardage mark... led team with 143 all-purpose yards against Baylor, including 52 rushing yards (14 rushes), 54 yards receiving (seven catches) and 37 kick-return yards (2 returns)... owns 10 career games with at least 100 all-purpose yards... had 59 yards rushing on 10 carries, 27 yards receiving on four catches and had 111 yards on five kick returns for 195 all-purpose yards at Iowa State (10/2)... had streak of four consecutive games with at least 100 all-purpose yards snapped against No. 4 Texas (9/18) with 74 kick-return yards, 12 receiving yards and seven rushing yards for 93 total all-purpose yards... had 175 kick return yards, 46 yards rushing (10 carries), including one rushing touchdown, and 43 yards receiving (three catches) for 264 all-purpose yards at New Mexico (9/11)... 175 kick-return yards are second most during career (school-record 182 at Texas 2009)... return yards at New Mexico break school record for a sophomore in a single-game... posted a career-long 93-yard kick return midway through the first quarter to the Lobos 7-yard line... named a Big 12 Conference Player of the Week (special teams) following week 2... marks eighth career and fourth consecutive game (dating back to 2009) with at least 100 all-purpose yards... carried nine times for 35 yards with one rushing touchdown and returned five kickoffs for 122 yards (24.4 avg) for a team-leading 157 all-purpose yards in the season opener against SMU (9/5).

RUSHING 2009 2010 TOTALS

G 13 10 23

RUSH 49 100 149

YARDS 254 488 742

Y/RUSH 5.2 4.9 5.0

TD 2 4 6

LONG 30 30 30

RECEIVING 2009 2010 TOTALS

G 13 10 23

REC 14 26 40

YARDS 113 189 302

Y/REC 8.1 7.3 7.6

TD 1 2 3

LONG 34 19 34

KICK RETURNS 2009 2010 TOTALS

G 13 10 23

RET 32 36 68

YARDS 823 890 1,713

Y/RET 25.7 24.7 25.2

TD 0 0 0

LONG 64 93 93

ALL PURPOSE 2009 2010 TOTALS

G 13 10 23

RUSH 254 488 742

REC 113 189 302

PR 0 0 0

KR 823 890 1,713

IR 0 0 0

TOTAL 1,190 1,567 2,757

RECEIVING 2008 2009 2010 TOTALS

G 13 12 10 35

REC 46 55 23 124

YARDS 561 694 150 1,405

Y/REC 12.2 12.6 6.5 11.3

TD 2 5 0 7

LONG 37 79 20 79

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)

86, ALEXANDER TORRES, WR

2010 - became the fastest active Red Raider to 100 career receptions (21 games) - and the fastest since Michael Crabtree (seven games - 2007) - after making two catches for 17 yards at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13)... became the fifth active Tech player with 100 career receptions... made five catches for 66 yards at Texas A&M (10/30)... led team with 133 yards receiving with six catches and one touchdown at Colorado (10/23)... marked first 100-yard receiving performance of the season and third career... hauled in four catches for 44 yards against Oklahoma State (10/16)... posted season-highs with seven catches and 82 yards with two receiving touchdowns against Baylor at the Cotton Bowl (10/9)... second career multi-touchdown performance... first career two-touchdown game came against Kansas State (10/10/09)... had five catches for 43 yards at Iowa State (10/2)... notched three catches for 17 yards against No. 4 Texas (9/18)... made season debut with two catches for seven yards at New Mexico (9/11)... made first appearance of the season with just over 10 minutes to play in the second quarter after missing season opener with a lower back strain.

AVG/G 91.5 156.7 119.9

CAREER HIGHS Rushes ___________________________________________________15 2x, at Colorado (2010)* Rushing Yards ___________________________________________ 99, vs. Oklahoma State (2010) Rushing Touchdowns _______________________________________ 1 6x, at Texas A&M (2010)* Receptions _____________________________________________________ 7, vs. Baylor (2010) Receiving Yards _________________________________________________ 54, vs. Baylor (2010) Receiving Touchdowns __________________________________________ 2, at Iowa State (2010) Total Touchdowns _____________________________________________ 2, at Iowa State (2010) Longest Rush ______________________________________________30 2x, at Colorado (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

RECEIVING 2009 2010 TOTALS

G 13 8 21

REC 67 34 101

YARDS 806 409 1,215

Y/REC 12.0 12.0 12.0

TD 6 3 9

LONG 65 45 65

CAREER HIGHS Receptions __________________________________________________11, vs. Oklahoma (2009) Yards _____________________________________________________163, vs. Oklahoma (2009) Touchdowns _________________________________________________2 2x, vs. Baylor (2010)* Longest Reception _____________________________________________65, vs. Oklahoma (2009) All-Purpose Yards_____________________________________________163, vs. Oklahoma (2009)

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2010 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL 93, COLBY WHITLOCK, DL

2010 - extended consecutive starts streak to 46 games at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13), which is the longest active streak among Tech players... made five tackles (three solo) and recovered one fumble at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13)... joined senior LaRon Moore as a team captain against Sooners... made six tackles (four solo) with one sack for a loss of nine yards against No. 14 Missouri (11/6)... had seven tackles (three solo), including 1.5 tackles for a loss at Texas A&M (10/30)... recorded three tackles (two solo) with one tackle for a loss of five yards at Colorado (10/23)... notched four tackles (all solo), including one for a loss, against Oklahoma State (10/16)... posted three tackles (two solo), one tackle for a loss and had team’s only sack against Baylor (10/9) at the Cotton Bowl... tied for team-high nine tackles (five solo) and had one tackle for a loss and one pass breakup at Iowa State (10/2)... had six tackles (all solo), including two tackles for a loss of three yards against No. 4 Texas (9/18)... joined senior Detron Lewis as a team captain against Longhorns... had two tackles (both solo) and one quarterback hurry during season opener against SMU (9/5).

6, AUSTIN ZOUZALIK, IR

2010 - caught one pass for 35 yards at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13)... caught three passes for 25 yards, threw one pass (incomplete) and returned one punt for five yards against No. 14 Missouri (11/6)... made one catch for three yards at Texas A&M (10/30)... had three catches for 19 yards at Colorado (10/23)... caught four passes for 68 yards (long of 29 yards) against Baylor at the Cotton Bowl (10/9)... had three catches for 29 yards at Iowa State (10/2)... caught one pass for six yards and tallied 16 yards on one punt return against No. 4 Texas (9/18)... first touch of the season resulted in a 55-yard touchdown reception (also a career-long, previous was 50-yard catch in Alamo Bowl in 2009) that gave Texas Tech a 7-0 lead with 14:15 remaining in the first quarter at New Mexico (9/11)... missed the season opener after undergoing an appendectomy (8/12).

PASSING 2009 2010 TOTALS

DEFENSE 2007 2008 2009 2010 TOTALS

G 13 13 13 10 49

U-A-TT 33-14-47 26-13-39 28-17-45 31-14-45 118-58-176

TFL 8.5 5.5 8.0 8.5 30.5

SACK 2.0 1.0 3.0 2.0 8.0

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

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

PBU 0 1 4 1 6

CAREER HIGHS Tackles _______________________________________________________10, at Texas (2007) Tackles For Loss ________________________________________3, vs. Northwestern State (2007) Sacks ______________________________________________________ 1.5, vs. Kansas (2009) Interceptions ______________________________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered _______________________________________________ 1, at Baylor (2007)

85, MATT WILLIAMS, PK

2010 - was 1-for-1 on extra points at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13)... made a season-long 42-yard field goal on only attempt while making 3-of-3 PAT attempts against No. 14 Missouri (11/6)... connected on 3-of-3 PATs at Texas A&M (10/30)... kicked game-winning 36-yard field goal with 2:08 remaining in the fourth quarter to give Tech a 27-24 victory at Colorado (10/23)... also made season-long 40-yard field goal at Colorado and connected on 3-of-3 extra-point attempts... marked the fifth time during career with a pair of field goals in a game... made a 27yard field goal and was 2-for-2 in PAT against Oklahoma State (10/16)... was 7-for-7 on PATs and made a 30-yard field goal against Baylor at the Cotton Bowl (10/9)... joined senior Chris Olson as a team captain for game against Bears... ranks second on Tech’s all-time career PAT list (112)... connected on 5-of-5 PAT and made 24-yard field goal at Iowa State (10/2)... missed first field goal attempt against Cyclones for 48-yards... went 2-of-2 in PAT attempts against No. 4 Texas (9/18)... was a perfect 7-for-7 in PATs and made a 22-yard field goal - first of the season - at New Mexico (9/11)... had 47-yard field goal attempt blocked against SMU (9/5) in season opener... was 5-for-5 in PATs.

FIELD GOALS 2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

G 6 13 10 29

PAT-ATT 33-33 60-61 37-37 130-131

FG-FGA 2-3 11-14 7-9 20-26

PCT 66.7 78.6 77.8 76.9

G 13 9 22

C-A-I 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-1-0

PCT 0.0 0.0 0.0

YDS 0 0 0

YDS/GM 0.0 0.0 0.0

TD 0 0 0

RUSHING 2009 2010 TOTALS

G 13 9 22

RUSH 1 0 1

YARDS 5 0 5

Y/RUSH 5.0 0.0 5.0

TD 0 0 0

LONG 5 0 5

RECEIVING 2009 2010 TOTALS

G 13 9 22

REC 35 17 52

YARDS 469 240 709

Y/REC 13.4 14.1 13.6

TD 2 1 3

LONG 50 55 55

PUNT RETURNS 2009 2010 TOTALS

G 13 9 22

RET 21 6 26

YARDS 201 0 201

Y/RET 9.6 0.8 7.7

TD 0 0 0

LONG 26 16 26

ALL PURPOSE 2009 2010 TOTALS

G 13 9 22

RUSH 5 0 5

REC 469 205 674

PR 201 5 206

KR 63 38 101

IR 0 0 0

TOTAL 738 248 986

LG 0 0 0

AVG/G 56.8 31.0 47.0

CAREER HIGHS Rushes ________________________________________________________ 1, vs. Baylor (2009) Rushing Yards ___________________________________________________ 5, vs. Baylor (2009) Rushing Touchdowns ________________________________________________________ None Receptions _____________________________________________________ 7, vs. Baylor (2009) Receiving Yards _________________________________________________ 92, vs. Baylor (2009) Receiving Touchdowns ______________________________________ 1 3x, at New Mexico (2010)* Total Touchdowns _________________________________________ 1 3x, at New Mexico (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________________________________________________ 97, vs. Baylor (2009) * Indicates most recent high

LONG 31 43 42 43

CAREER HIGHS Field Goals Attempts _____________________________________ 3 2x, vs. Michigan State (2009)* Field Goals Made _____________________________________________2 5x, at Colorado (2010)* Longest Field Goal Made ___________________________________________ 43, vs. Baylor (2009) Field Goals Blocked _________________________________________ 1 3x, at Iowa State (2010)* PAT Attempts ____________________________________________ 9 3x, vs. Kansas State (2009) PAT Made ______________________________________________ 9 2x, vs. Kansas State (2009) * Indicates most recent high

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2010 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: 83.7%, Graham Harrell vs. Iowa State (2007); 36-of-43 Most Yards per Completion: 28.8, Kliff Kingsbury vs. Oklahoma (1999); 9-of-17, 259 yards 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. Kliff Kingsbury (2001) ...................................................3,502 9. Taylor Potts (2009) .......................................................3,440 10. Kliff Kingsbury (2000) ...................................................3,418 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. Kliff Kingsbury (2000) ...................................................284.3 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. Sonny Cumbie (2004) .........................................................32 7. Cody Hodges (2005) ...........................................................31 8. Kliff Kingsbury (2001) ........................................................25 9. Taylor Potts (2010) ............................................................24 10. Taylor Potts (2009) ............................................................22 11. Robert Hall (1993)..............................................................21 Kliff Kingsbury (2000) ........................................................21 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. Cody Hodges (2005) .........................................................531 9. Kliff Kingsbury (2001) ......................................................529 10. Taylor Potts (2009) ..........................................................470 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. Kliff Kingsbury (2001) ......................................................365 8. Kliff Kingsbury (2000) ......................................................362 9. Cody Hodges (2005) .........................................................353 10. Taylor Potts (2009) ..........................................................309

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-) ......................................................6,821 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-present) .........................................134 2. Kliff Kingsbury (1999-02) ...................................................95 3. B.J. Symons (2000-03) ......................................................59 4. Taylor Potts (2007-) ...........................................................51 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. Zebbie Lethridge (1994-97) ...........................................1,070 4. Billy Joe Tolliver (1985-88) ...........................................1,008 5. Robert Hall (1990-93) ......................................................997 6. Taylor Potts (2007-) .........................................................979 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-) .........................................................637 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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2010 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. 25. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 35. 36. 37. 38. 41. 42. 44. 45. 47. 48. 49. 51. 53. 55. 56. 57. 59. 60. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67. 68. 69. 70. 73. 75. 77. 78. 81. 82. 83.

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 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 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 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 Robert Hall vs. Houston (1991) .......................................... 388 Robert Hall vs. Georgia (1993) ........................................... 388 Taylor Potts vs. Oklahoma (2009) ...................................... 388 Graham Harrell at Kansas (2008) ....................................... 386 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. Michigan State (2009).............................. 372 Kliff Kingsbury vs. SMU (2002).......................................... 369 Sonny Cumbie at Oklahoma (2004) .................................... 369 Cody Hodges at Texas (2005) ............................................ 369 Cody Hodges at Nebraska (2005) ....................................... 368 Graham Harrell at Iowa State (2006) ................................. 368 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 Billy Joe Tolliver vs. Houston (1988) .................................. 363 Graham Harrell at Oklahoma (2008) ................................... 361 Zebbie Lethridge vs. North Texas (1997) ............................ 359 Taylor Potts vs. SMU (2010 .............................................. 359

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 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. Joel Filani vs. Baylor (2006) ............................................... 212 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. Wes Welker (2002) .............................................................. 86 10. Mickey Peters (2003) .......................................................... 78 Taurean Henderson (2003) ................................................... 78 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 3. Lyle Leong (2010) ................................................................ 15 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 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. Michael Crabtree (2007-08) ............................................... 231 4. Nehemiah Glover (2001-04) ............................................... 223 5. Carlos Francis (2000-03) ................................................... 216 6. Detron Lewis (2007-) ......................................................... 215 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. Nehemiah Glover (2001-04) ............................................ 2,725 7. Joel Filani (2003-06) ....................................................... 2,667 8. Detron Lewis (2007-) ...................................................... 2,495 9. Mickey Peters (2000-03) ................................................ 2,318 10. Danny Amendola (2004-07) ............................................ 2,246 CAREER TOUCHDOWN LEADERS 1. Michael Crabtree (2007-08) ................................................. 41 2. Jarrett Hicks (2003-06) ....................................................... 30 3. Lyle Leong (2007-) ............................................................... 28 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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2010 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-) ........................................................2,359 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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2010 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL TOTAL OFFENSE/ALL-PURPOSE GAME

CAREER

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)

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. Kliff Kingsbury (2001) ......................................................... 595 10. Taylor Potts (2009)............................................................. 494 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. Kliff Kingsbury (2001); -48 rush, 3,502 pass .................... 3,454 9. Kliff Kingsbury (2000); 19 rush, 3,418 pass ..................... 3,437 10. Taylor Potts (2009); -166 rush, 3,440 pass ..................... 3,274

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. Billy Joe Tolliver (1985-88) .............................................. 1,150 7. Taylor Potts (2007-)......................................................... 1,031 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-)......................................................... 6,821 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. B.J. Symons (2000-03) ......................................................... 61 6. Taylor Potts (2007-).............................................................. 53 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

ALL PURPOSE YARDS GAME Yards: 347, Byron Hanspard vs. Baylor (1996) Yards by Class: Freshman: 271, Wes Welker vs. Kansas (2000) Sophomore: 269, Byron Hanspard vs. Houston (1995) Junior: 347, Byron Hanspard vs. Baylor (1996) Senior: 341, Donny Anderson vs. Oklahoma St. (1965) SINGLE-GAME YARDAGE LEADERS 1. Byron Hanspard vs. Baylor (1996) ....................................... 347 2. Donny Anderson vs. Oklahoma St. (1965)............................ 341 3. Wes Welker at Texas A&M (2002) ...................................... 327 4. Donny Anderson vs. TCU (1965) ......................................... 303 5. James Hadnot vs. New Mexico (1978) ................................ 297 6. Leonard Harris vs. Houston (1983) ...................................... 283 7. Rodney Blackshear vs. Houston (1991) ............................... 274 8. Byron Hanspard vs. Oklahoma St. (1996) ............................ 272 9. Wes Welker vs. Kansas (2000) ............................................ 271 10. James Gray vs. SMU (1989) ............................................... 269 Byron Hanspard vs. Houston (1995) .................................... 269 SEASON Yards: 2,276, Byron Hanspard (1996) Yards by Class: Freshman: 1,978, Michael Crabtree (2007) Sophomore: 1,848, Byron Hanspard (1995) Junior: 2,276, Byron Hanspard (1996) Senior: 2,107, Donny Anderson (1965) Yards per Game: 206.9, Byron Hanspard (1996) SINGLE-SEASON LEADERS 1. Byron Hanspard (1996) .................................................... 2,276 2. Donny Anderson (1965).................................................... 2,107 3. Wes Welker (2002)........................................................... 2,055 4. Michael Crabtree (2007) .................................................. 1,978 5. Byron Morris (1993)......................................................... 1,902 6. Byron Hanspard (1995) .................................................... 1,848 7. Shannon Woods (2006) .................................................... 1,808 8. Ricky Williams (1998) ...................................................... 1,758 9. Donny Anderson (1964).................................................... 1,710 10. James Gray (1989) .......................................................... 1,661 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 8. Byron Morris (1991-93).................................................... 3,822 9. Tyrone Thurman (1985-88) .............................................. 3,492 10. Baron Batch (2006-)......................................................... 3,366

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. Sonny Cumbie (2004) ............................................................ 34 Cody Hodges (2005).............................................................. 34 8. Robert Hall (1993)................................................................. 25 Kliff Kingsbury (2001) ........................................................... 25 10. Taylor Potts (2009)............................................................... 24 Taylor Potts (2010)............................................................... 24

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2010 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: 15 vs. Cal State-Fullerton (1991); 4 FG, 3 PAT Field Goals Made: 4, nine times; latest, Chris Birkholz vs. Texas (1998) 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: 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)

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 6. Byron Hanspard (1995); 18 TD.........................................108 Ricky Williams (2001); 18 TD ...........................................108 Taurean Henderson (2004); 18 TD ...................................108 9. Alex Trlica (2007); 12 FG, 63 PAT ...................................106 10. Donny Anderson (1965); 17 TD ........................................102

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 6. Byron Hanspard (1995) ......................................................18 Ricky Williams (2001).........................................................18 Taurean Henderson (2004) .................................................18 9. Donny Anderson (1965) ......................................................17 10. Taurean Henderson (2003) .................................................16

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 9. Larry Isaac (1973-76).........................................................31 Wes Welker (2000-03)........................................................31

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

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

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. Byron Hanspard vs. Oklahoma State (1996) .......................72 8. Robert Hall vs. Rice (1991).................................................70 9. Byron Hanspard vs. SW Louisiana (1996) ...........................65 10. Byron Hanspard vs. Houston (1995) ...................................63 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 PAT LEADERS 1. Alex Trlica (2007) ..............................................................67 2. Keith Toogood (2003).........................................................66 3. Alex Trlica (2005) ..............................................................60 Matt Williams (2009) .........................................................60 5. Alex Trlica (2004) ..............................................................55 6. Robert Treece (2002) .........................................................54 7. Alex Trlica (2006) ..............................................................51 8. Jon Davis (1993) ................................................................45 9. Robert Treece (2001) .........................................................43

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. Sonny Cumbie (2004) .........................................................34 7. Cody Hodges (2005) ...........................................................34 8. Robert Hall (1993)..............................................................25 Kliff Kingsbury (2001) ........................................................25 Taylor Potts (2009) ............................................................25 CAREER

CAREER PAT LEADERS 1. Alex Trlica (2004-07) .......................................................233 2. Matt Williams (2008-) ......................................................130 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

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2010 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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2010 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL KICKOFF RETURN RECORDS GAME

SEASON

CAREER

Returns: 6, Ivory McCann vs. Texas (2001) Yards: 182, Eric Stephens at Texas (2009) Yards by Class: Freshman: 182, Eric Stephens at Texas (2009) Sophomore: 175, Eric Stephens at New Mexico (2010) 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: 36, Eric Stephens (2010) Yards: 890, Eric Stephens (2010); 36 returns Yards by Class: Freshman: 823, Eric Stephens (2009) Sophomore: 890, 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: 68, Eric Stephens (2009-) Yards: 1,719, Eric Stephens (2009-); 64 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); 36 returns ......................................890 2. Eric Stephens (2009); 32 returns ......................................823 3. Rodney Blackshear (1990); 24 returns .............................621 4. Ivory McCann (2001); 22 returns .....................................606 5. Johnnie Mack (2003); 22 returns .....................................546 6. Donny Anderson (1965); 22 returns..................................541 7. Tyrone Thurman (1988); 23 returns .................................535 8. Ivory McCann (2002); 27 returns .....................................495 9. Lawrence Williams (1972); 16 returns ..............................493 10. Lawrence Williams (1973); 19 returns ..............................491 SINGLE-SEASON RETURN LEADERS 1. Eric Stephens (2010) ..........................................................36 2. Eric Stephens (2009) ..........................................................32 3. Ivory McCann (2002) .........................................................27 4. Rodney Blackshear (1990)..................................................24 5. Tyrone Thurman (1988)......................................................23 6. Donny Anderson (1965) ......................................................22 Ivory McCann (2001) .........................................................22 Johnnie Mack (2003) .........................................................22 9. Wayne Walker (1986) .........................................................21 Johnnie Mack (2004) .........................................................21

CAREER YARDAGE LEADERS 1. Eric Stephens (2009-); 68 returns ..................................1,713 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. John Norman (1997-00); 37 returns .................................790 10. Leonard Harris (1981-83); 34 returns ...............................774 CAREER RETURN LEADERS 1. Eric Stephens (2009-) .........................................................68 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 11. Leonard Harris (1981-83) ...................................................34

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2010 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. Jonathan LaCour (2007); 33 punts for 1,391 yards......... 42.2 10. Jamie Simmons (1988); 44 punts for 1,860 yards........... 42.4 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. Jeremy Hernandez (1996-98) .......................................... 40.1 5. Jamie Simmons (1986-89) .............................................. 40.1 6. Jonathan LaCour (2007-) ................................................ 40.0 7. Brad Cade (1994-95) ...................................................... 39.8 Clinton Greathouse (2000-02) ......................................... 39.8 9. Eric Rosiles (1999-00)..................................................... 39.8 10. Dennis Vance (1982-84).................................................. 39.6 11. Kenny Vinyard (1966-68) ................................................ 39.2

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)

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

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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2010 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: 49 vs. Baylor (2001); vs. Sam Houston (2005); 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, nine times; most recently vs. Texas (1998) 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 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.): 85.7 vs. Stephen F. Austin (2001) 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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2010 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): 51 (2002) Most Kickoff Return Yards (Season): 1,148 (2009) 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, Oklahoma State (1990), TCU (1993) 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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2010 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 326-156-13 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 50 winning or non-losing seasons in 63 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 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 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 12 ATTENDANCE FIGURES Attend Game 60,454 Tech vs. Texas 60,454 Tech vs. Ok State 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 55,491 Tech vs. Texas A&M 55,413 Tech vs. Texas 55,038 Tech vs. Oklahoma 55,008 Tech vs. Texas A&M

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

Opponent 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: 326-156-13 Last Tie Game: vs. TCU, 10-10 (1983) SEASON Most Points: 367 (2005) Fewest Points: 20 (1928)

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Texas Tech vs. Weber State - Game Notes