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2012 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL

TEXAS TECH FOOTBALL

SCHEDULE/RESULTS SEPTEMBER 1 Northwestern State (FSSWP) 8 at Texas State (ESPN3) 15 New Mexico (FCS) 22 BYE 29 at *Iowa State OCTOBER 6 *Oklahoma 13 *West Virginia 20 at *TCU 27 at *K-State NOVEMBER 3 *Texas 10 *Kansas 17 at *Oklahoma State 24 vs. #*Baylor (Arlington) DECEMBER 1 BYE

GAME INFORMATION W, 44-6 W, 58-10 6 p.m. TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

New Mexico Saturday, September 15, 2012/6 p.m. (CT) Lubbock, Texas (Jones AT&T Stadium/60,454) Texas Tech Sports Network from Learfield Sports Brian Jensen (Play-by-Play/13th Season), John Harris (Analyst/30th Season), Chris Level (Sideline/3rd Season), Steve Pitts (Engineer/34th Season) National Radio: None 2-0; 0-0 BIG 12 Satellite Radio: Sirius Channel 112 Television: Fox College Sports Mike Gleason (Play-by-Play), Ben Leber (Analyst), Lesley McCaslin (Sideline) On The Web: Live in-game statistics and other coverage can be found at www.texastech.com Rankings: Texas Tech: Receiving Votes/New Mexico: None Head Coaches: Texas Tech: Tommy Tuberville (Career: 125-72 in 17 seasons; At Texas Tech: 15-12 in three seasons) New Mexico: Bob Davie (Career: 36-26 in 6 seasons; At New Mexico: 1-1 in first season) Against UNM: Texas Tech is 36-6-2 all-time against New Mexico; Tuberville is 2-0 all-time vs. New Mexico @TECHATHLETICS

* = Big 12 Conference Game # = Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, Texas All times are Central NEW MEXICO SCHEDULE/RESULTS SEPTEMBER 1 vs. Southern 8 at Texas (LHN) 15 at Texas Tech (FCS) 22 at New Mexico State (ESPN3) 29 *Boise State (Comcast) OCTOBER 6 Texas State 13 at *Hawaii (Root) 20 at *Air Force (Root) 27 *Fresno State (Comcast) NOVEMBER 3 at *UNLV (Comcast) 10 *Wyoming (Comcast) 17 *Nevada 24 at *Colorado State (Root)

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W, 66-21 L, 45-0 6 p.m. (CT) 6 p.m. 4 p.m. 4 p.m. 10 p.m. 5 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 5 p.m.

* = Mountain West game All times are Mountain

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TEXAS TECH CLOSES NON-CONFERENCE PLAY WITH NEW MEXICO Texas Tech will get one final non-conference tune up this weekend as the Red Raiders host the New Mexico Lobos at Jones AT&T Stadium on Saturday evening. Kickoff has been set for 6 p.m. and the game will be televised nationally on Fox College Sports. Tickets for the contest are available online at texastech.com or by calling the athletics ticket office at (806) 742-4412. Fans can also tune to the radio call of Saturday’s game on the 38-station Texas Tech Sports Network from Learfield Sports. Sirius Satellite Radio customers can find the broadcast on Channel 112 and a live stream will be available at texastech.com.

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2012 BIG 12 STANDINGS SOUTH Iowa State Kansas State Oklahoma Texas Texas Tech Baylor West Virginia TCU Kansas Oklahoma St.

CONF 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

OVERALL 2-0 2-0 2-0 2-0 2-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-1 1-1

STK W2 W2 W3 W2 W2 W7 W5 W9 L1 L1

THE MATCH-UP Border rivals Texas Tech and New Mexico will meet for the 45th time on Saturday. The Red Raiders hold a commanding 36-6-2 lead in the alltime series and have won three straight dating back to 2009. Texas Tech and New Mexico first played on Nov. 20, 1931, where the Red Raiders claimed a 32-6 victory in Lubbock. Texas Tech and New Mexico have met one other time on Sept. 8, and that was in 2001 when the Red Raiders earned a 42-30 season-opening win. ON THIS DATE IN TEXAS TECH FOOTBALL HISTORY SEPTEMBER 8 – (2-3 Overall; 2-2 Home; 0-1 Road) 2007 – vs. UTEP W 5-31 2001 – vs. New Mexico W 42-30 * 1994 – vs. #1 Nebraska L 16-42 1990 – at #18 Ohio State L 10-17 * 1979 – vs. #1 USC L 7-21 * * = Season Opener CELEBRATE COTTON: THE NATIONAL COTTON GAME Texas Tech Athletics is proud to partner with the Texas High Plains cotton industry for the “Celebrate Cotton” game on Saturday, Sept. 15, when the Red Raiders host the University of New Mexico Lobos at Jones AT&T Stadium. Gameday festivities will celebrate the cotton industry in West Texas and its deep connections to Texas Tech University. Cotton will be everywhere throughout the game, from displays at Raider Alley and around the stadium to promotions, special graphics and fun cotton facts during the game. Special gameday T-shirts will be distributed (first-come, first-serve!) and cotton bales will line each entrance to the stadium, each with signage talking about what the cotton in that bale can make or how it impacts our economy. Here in the Cotton Capital of the United States, the connections run deep to Texas Tech University. Cotton is represented in the university seal and is studied intensely in research labs across campus. Researchers at Texas Tech most recently made national news during the Gulf oil spill when a cotton product, known as Fibertect, was touted as tool to aid in the disaster cleanup.

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2012 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS

Blayne Beal Associate Athletics Director Primary Contact

Scott Lacefield Associate Director

TEXAS TECH SPORTS NETWORK

Britton Drown Assistant Director

WWW.TEXASTECH.COM/MEDIA BIG 12 TELECONFERENCE The Big 12 Teleconferences are scheduled on Mondays throughout the season through November 29. Texas Tech Head Coach Tommy Tuberville will participate on the call at 10:50 a.m. CT. The media call-in number can be obtained by contacting the Big 12 Conference. Following is the order for the call: TIME 9:50 10:00 10:10 10:20 10:30 10:40 10:50 11:00 11:10 11:20

COACH Mack Brown, Texas Charlie Weiss, Kansas Bob Stoops, Oklahoma Mike Gundy, Oklahoma State Bill Snyder, Kansas State Dana Holgorsen, West Virginia Tommy Tuberville, Texas Tech Art Briles, Baylor Paul Rhoads, Iowa State Gary Patterson, TCU

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

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

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ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS (806) 742-2770 • (806) 742-1970 - fax Associate A.D./Communications Blayne Beal Office ____________ (806) 742-2762 Cell _____________ (806) 790-7924 Email _________ blayne.beal@ttu.edu Associate Director/Communications Scott Lacefield Office ____________ (806) 742-2770 Cell _____________ (817) 691-3786 Email ________ scott.lacefield@ttu.edu Assistant Director/Communications Britton Drown Office ____________ (806) 742-2770 Cell _____________ (972) 679-5094 Email ________ britton.drown@ttu.edu

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

TEXAS TECH MEDIA ACCESS Texas Tech will host a weekly media luncheon on Monday mornings in the Football Training Facility, which is located on the southeast corner of the stadium. Head coach Tommy Tuberville along with the starting quarterback and other requested players will take part in a news conference that will follow lunch. Lunch will be served each Monday at 11 a.m. with the news conference following at 11:45 a.m. Weekly Media Access Sunday - No Availability Monday - Media Luncheon (Coach Tuberville, Coordinators and requested players) Tuesday - Coach Tuberville, Players (Post-Practice) Wednesday - Coach Tuberville (Post-Practice) Thursday - No availability Friday - No availability Weekly Football Press Conference Dates (Times) Tuesday, August 28 (11:45 a.m.) Monday, September 3 (11:45 a.m.) Tuesday, September 11 (11:45 a.m.) Monday, September 24 (11:45 a.m.) Monday, October 1 (11:45 a.m.) Monday, October 8 (11:45 a.m.) Monday, October 15 (11:45 a.m.) Monday, October 22 (11:45 a.m.) Monday, October 29 (11:45 a.m.) Monday, November 5 (11:45 a.m.) Monday, November 12 (11:45 a.m.) Monday, November 19 (11:45 a.m.) Lunch will be served at 11 a.m.

The Texas Tech Sports Network from Learfield Sports, will carry all the exciting action of Red Raider Football beginning with the season opener with Texas State and all the way through the bowl season. Brian Jensen (play-by-play) and John Harris (color analyst) return to the broadcast booth and will be joined on the sidelines by Chris Level (sidelines). 2012 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL AFFILIATES CITY STATION FREQUENCY Abilene/Haskell _ KVRP-FM _______________ 97.1 Alpine_______ KVLF-AM _______________ 1240 Amarillo _____ KARX-FM _______________ 95.7 Andrews _____ KACT-AM _______________ 1360 Andrews _____ KACT-FM _______________105.5 Artesia ______ KSVP-AM ________________ 990 Austin _______ KZNX-AM _______________ 1530 Big Spring ____ KBST-FM _______________ 95.7 Brady _______ KNEL-FM _______________ 95.3 Brownwood ___ KQBZ-FM _______________ 96.9 Dallas _______ KFXR-AM _______________ 1190 Dallas _______ KWRD-FM ______________100.7 El Paso ______ KHEY-AM _______________ 1380 Fredericksburg__ KNAF-AM ________________ 910 Hereford _____ KPAN-AM ________________ 860 Hereford _____ KPAN-FM _______________106.3 Hobbs, NM ____ KHOB-AM _______________ 1390 Houston _____ KPRC-AM ________________ 950 Lamesa ______ KPET-AM ________________ 690 Lampasas ____ KACQ-FM _______________101.9 Lampasas ____ KCYL-AM _______________ 1450 Lubbock _____ KTTU-FM _______________104.3 Lubbock _____ KXTQ-FM _______________ 93.7 Lubbock _____ KJTV-AM ________________ 950 Memphis _____ KLSR-FM _______________105.3 Midland/Odessa_ KCRS-AM ________________ 550 Plainview_____ KREW-AM_______________ 1400 Roswell, NM ___ KBIM-AM ________________ 910 San Angelo ____ KDCD-FM _______________ 92.9 San Antonio ___ KZDC-AM _______________ 1250 Seminole _____ KSEM-FM _______________106.3 Sulphur Springs _ KSST-AM _______________ 1230 Sweetwater ___ KSST-AM _______________ 1230 Tyler ________ KTBB-AM ________________ 600 Tyler ________ KYZS-AM _______________ 1490 Vernon ______ KVWC-AM ______________ 1490 Vernon ______ KVWC-FM _______________103.1 Weatherford ___ KYQX-FM _______________ 89.5

Live online streaming (excluding live video of football games) 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.

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2012 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL 2012 PRESEASON PREDICTIONS

2012 PRESEASON HONORS

2011 POSTSEASON HONORS

2012 Big 12 Football Media Preseason Poll 1. Oklahoma (32) 396 2. West Virginia (7) 339 3. Texas 291 4. Oklahoma State 267 5. TCU (1) 260 6. Kansas State (1) 257 7. Baylor 162 8. Iowa State 121 9. Texas Tech 116 10. Kansas 46 First-place votes in parentheses

Preseason All-Big 12 Conference S Cody Davis – Phil Steele (Second Team), College Sports Madness (Third Team)

Terrance Bullitt All-Big 12 honorable mention (Coaches)... All-Big 12 second team (Dallas Morning News)

WR Darrin Moore – Athlon Sports (Second Team), College Football News (Second Team)

Donnie Carona Academic All-Big 12 second team

LB Will Smith – College Sports Madness (Third Team), Phil Steele (Fourth Team)

Cody Davis Academic All-Big 12 first team

RB Eric Stephens – Athlon Sports (Second Team)

Blake Dees Big 12 All-Freshman Team Defense (Rivals.com)

OL LaAdrian Waddle – Big 12 Media (First Team), CBSSports.com (First Team), Athlon Sports (First Team), Lindy’s (First Team), Phil Steele (First Team), College Sports Madness (First Team), Turfburner.com (First Team), College Football News (Second Team)

Seth Doege Academic All-Big 12 first team Davey O’Brien Semifinalist

WR Eric Ward – Phil Steele (Second Team), College Sports Madness (Third Team)

Lonnie Edwards All-Big 12 honorable mention (Coaches)... All-Big 12 honorable mention (AP)... All-Big 12 third team (Phil Steele)... All-Big 12 Midseason second team (Phil Steele)

Phil Steele’s 2012 College Football Preview 1. Oklahoma 2. Texas 3. Oklahoma State 4. West Virginia 5. TCU 6. Kansas State 7. Texas Tech 8. Baylor 9. Iowa State 10. Kansas David Ubben, ESPN.com 1. Oklahoma 2. West Virginia 3. Kansas State 4. TCU 5. Texas 6. Oklahoma State 7. Baylor 8. Texas Tech 9. Iowa State 10. Kansas Dave Campbell’s Texas Football Magazine 1. West Virginia 2. Oklahoma 3. TCU 4. Texas 5. Kansas State 6. (t) Baylor Oklahoma State Texas Tech 9. Iowa State 10. Kansas

National Award Lists QB Seth Doege – Maxwell Award (Top Player) QB Seth Doege – Davey O’Brien Award (Top Quarterback) QB Seth Doege – Walter Camp Player of the Year (National Player of the Year) QB Seth Doege – Manning Award (Top Quarterback – Including Bowl Performance) QB Seth Doege – Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award (Top Quarterback) QB Seth Doege – Senior Bowl Watch List

Sam Eguavoen Big 12 All-Freshman Team Defense (Rivals.com)

OL LaAdrian Waddle – Outland Trophy (Top Interior Lineman) OL LaAdrian Waddle – Lombardi Award (Top Lineman or Linebacker)

D.J. Johnson All-Big 12 Midseason second team (Phil Steele)

Ryan Erxleben All-Big 12 honorable mention (Coaches)... All-Big 12 second team (Kansas City Star)... Academic All-Big 12 second team Adam James All-Big 12 honorable mention (Coaches)... All-Big 12 second team (AP)... All-Big 12 second team (Kansas City Star)

Darrin Moore Biletnikoff Award Watch List (Nation’s Top WR)

WR Eric Ward – Biletnikoff Award (Top Wide Receiver) RB Eric Stephens – Doak Walker Award (Top Running Back) National Player Ratings SS Cody Davis (No. 8, Phil Steele) OL LaAdrian Waddle (No. 16, Phil Steele) OL LaAdrian Waddle (No. 10, Yahoo!) RB Eric Stephens (No. 32, Phil Steele) QB Seth Doege (No. 34, Phil Steele) WR Eric Ward (No. 51, Phil Steele) National Unit Ratings Quarterbacks: No. 9 (Phil Steele) Wide Receivers: No. 9 (Phil Steele) Offensive Line: No. 29 (Phil Steele)

Ben McRoy All-Big 12 second team (Rivals.com)... All-Big 12 Midseason first team (Phil Steele) Mickey Okafor Academic All-Big 12 first team Delvon Simmons Big 12 All-Freshman Team Defense (Rivals.com) Eric Stephens All-Big 12 Midseason first team (Phil Steele)... Paul Hornung Award Watch List (Nation’s Most Versatile Player)... Alex Torres All-Big 12 honorable mention (Coaches)... Academic All-Big 12 second team... Eric Ward All-Big 12 honorable mention (Coaches)... All-Big 12 third team (Phil Steele)... All-Big 12 second team (San Antonio Express-News)... All-Big 12 second team (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)... All-Big 12 second team (Waco TribuneHerald)... Academic All-Big 12 second team... All-Big 12 Midseason second team (Phil Steele) LaAdrian Waddle All-Big 12 second team (Coaches)... All-Big 12 second team (AP)... All-Big 12 second team (Phil Steele)... All-Big 12 second team (Columbia Tribune)... All-Big 12 second team (San Antonio Express-News)... All-Big 12 second team (Kansas City Star)... All-Big 12 second team (Dallas Morning News)... All-Big 12 second team (Waco Tribune-Herald)... All-Big 12 Midseason second team (Phil Steele) DeAndre Washington All-Big 12 Offensive Freshman of the Year honorable mention (Coaches)

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2012 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL Presenting sponsors include Plains Cotton Cooperative Association; United Cotton Growers; FiberMax; Texas Ag Coop Trust; NexGen; AgTexas Farm Credit Services;City Bank; Lubbock Avalanche-Journal; Deltapine; and All-Tex. COTTON FACTS One 500lb bale of cotton will make: 215 Pair of Jeans 249 Bed Sheets 409 Men’s Sport Shirts 690 Terry Bath Towels 765 Men’s Dress Shirts 1,217 Men’s T-Shirts 1,256 Pillowcases 2,104 Boxer Shorts 2,419 Men’s Briefs 3,085 Diapers 4,321 Mid-Calf Socks 6,436 Women’s Knit Briefs 21,960 Women’s Handkerchiefs 313,600 $100 Bills (U.S. paper currency is made of 75% cotton and 25% linen) Stats provided by the National Cotton Council Other stats: • Cotton growers on the High Plains produce, on average, 4.25 million bales per year. That’s about 2/3 of the Texas cotton crop, 1/3 of the nation’s crop, and 4% of the world cotton crop! • The Texas High Plains is the largest contiguous cotton patch in the world. • Texas is the No. 1 cotton-producing state in the nation. • While the fiber from cotton goes into denim, T-shirts, towels, sheets and much more, the seed can be processed to make cottonseed oil, which is used mainly as a salad or cooking oil. Cottonseed meal and hulls are used in the feeding of beef and dairy cattle. • Most cotton on the High Plains is planted in May and harvested in the fall, mostly in October and November. • Each dollar generated from a cotton crop turns over an average of three and one-half times in the local economy.

NOTING THE BEST CONFERENCE IN AMERICA • The recently announced 13-year joint television agreement with FOX and ESPN is a significant milestone for the Big 12, making the Conference just one of two leagues with over-theair and cable broadcast programming over two national outlets. It assures that every home Big 12 football game will be available for telecast. • The Big 12 has the nation’s best non-conference record and win percentage at 15-2 and .882, respectively - leading the ACC (15-3, .833), SEC (14-4, .778), Pac-12 (17-6, .739), Big Ten (15-8, . 652), and Big East (7-5, .583). Last season the Big 12 led the nation with a 27-3 non-conference record, and .900 win percentage. • Through 17 games this season, Big 12 teams are averaging 512.3 yards in total offense, while outscoring its opponents by an average score of 46-15. Big 12 teams have combined to score 788 points, while holding the opposition to 263 through the first two weeks of the season. BRIEFLY ... • Senior safety Cody Davis is Tech’s most seasoned veteran on both sides of the football. Davis has made 38 starts in his career, including last week at Texas State. • Senior offensive linemen LaAdrian Waddle and Deveric Gallington have made 27 consecutive starts. • Texas Tech is in the midst of a school record 183 consecutive game scoring streak. The streak dates back to Oct. 25, 1997 and during that time frame, Texas Tech has scored in double digits in 172-of-183 games. • In the season opener, Texas Tech won its 50th home game since 2002 and the Red Raiders are now 50-13 at home over the past decade. • With a win over Northwestern State, Texas Tech improved to 52-4 (.929 winning %) since 2000 against unranked nonconference opponent at Jones AT&T Stadium. • Tommy Tuberville has a career non-conference record of 48-6. • Three Red Raiders made their first career starts on Saturday at Texas State: Senior receiver Tyson Williams, junior receiver Javon Bell and redshirt freshman Branden Jackson. • Senior receiver Alex Torres is just 60 yards away from hitting the 2,000 mark in career receiving yards. He owns 1,940 career

yards on 160 receptions and has logged 14 touchdowns. • Texas Tech Head Football Coach Tommy Tuberville continues to promote the Red Raider Football program across the state and that will continue with the start of the season. Tuberville will take part in three Red Raider Club Kickoff Luncheon across the state, beginning on Monday in Midland. Tuberville will travel to Dallas on Sept. 10 and Houston on Sept. 17, to meet with Red Raider fans and talk about the progress of this year’s team. • Texas Tech has sold the second highest number of season tickets in school history as over 32,300 were taken prior to the season opener against NSU. The school record for season ticket sales is 34,000 and came in Tommy Tuberville’s first season as head coach in 2010. • Texas Tech Football student-athletes are getting the job done in the classroom as well as on the football field. Texas Tech leads the Big 12 Conference in graduation rate. AIR RAID SIRENS SOUND IN SAN MARCOS Texas Tech fans that left Jones AT&T Stadium after the season opener were probably wondering what happened to Texas Tech’s high flying passing attack. Those in attendance at Bobcat Stadium on Saturday, however, were seeking shelter as the Red Raiders unleashed an aerial attack that covered 405 yards and produced five touchdowns. Just one week after displaying a balanced offensive attack against Northwestern State (47 passes and 46 rushes), the Red Raiders went almost exclusively with the passing attack as 44 plays went through the air with 23 on the ground. Quarterbacks Seth Doege, Michael Brewer and Brant Costilla combined for 33 completions on 44 attempts. Doege’s five touchdown passes tied a career high that he set last season at New Mexico. Texas Tech’s offense was so effective in San Marcos that the Red Raiders never had the need to use junior punter Ryan Erxleben. The last time Tech did not record a single punt in a game was at home against Baylor in 2008. BIG PLAYS ABOUND Texas Tech’s wide open attack on Saturday also led to more big plays. Against Texas State, the Red Raiders compiled three offensive plays that went 25-plus yards versus just one in the season opener against Northwestern State. Erick Stephens’

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TEAM RECORD POINTS 1. Alabama (48) ______________ 2-0 ____________ 1,486 2. USC (8) __________________ 2-0 ____________ 1,414 3. LSU (4) __________________ 2-0 ____________ 1,404 4. Oregon __________________ 2-0 ____________ 1,299 5. Oklahoma _______________ 2-0 ____________1,160 5. Florida State ______________ 2-0 ____________ 1,160 7. Georgia _________________ 2-0 ____________ 1,155 8. South Carolina _____________ 2-0 ____________ 1,025 9. West Virginia _____________ 1-0 ____________1,017 10. Michigan State _____________ 2-0 _____________ 995 11. Clemson _________________ 2-0 _____________ 868 12. Ohio State ________________ 2-0 _____________ 772 13. Virginia Tech ______________ 2-0 _____________ 734 14. Texas___________________ 2-0 _____________ 716 15. Kansas State ______________ 2-0 _____________ 714 16. TCU ____________________ 1-0 _____________ 542 17. Michigan ________________ 1-1 _____________ 429 18. Florida __________________ 2-0 _____________ 427 19. Louisville ________________ 2-0 _____________ 316 20. Notre Dame _______________ 2-0 _____________ 310 21. Stanford _________________ 2-0 _____________ 260 22. UCLA ___________________ 2-0 _____________ 250 23. Tennessee ________________ 2-0 _____________ 177 24. Arizona _________________ 2-0 _____________ 149 25. BYU____________________ 2-0 _____________ 110 BIG 12 TEAMS RECEIVING VOTES: Baylor (54), Oklahoma State (13), Iowa State (5)

TEAM RECORD POINTS 1. Alabama (42) ______________ 2-0 ____________ 1,455 2. LSU (5) __________________ 2-0 ____________ 1,380 3. USC (11) _________________ 2-0 ____________ 1,363 4. Oregon (1)________________ 2-0 ____________ 1,292 5. Oklahoma _______________ 2-0 ____________1,203 6. Florida State ______________ 2-0 ____________ 1,153 7. Georgia _________________ 2-0 ____________ 1,120 8. West Virginia _____________ 1-0 ____________1,024 9. South Carolina _____________ 2-0 ____________ 1,008 10. Michigan State _____________ 2-0 _____________ 950 11. Clemson _________________ 2-0 _____________ 904 12. Texas___________________ 2-0 _____________ 730 13. Virginia Tech ______________ 2-0 _____________ 704 14. Kansas State ______________ 2-0 _____________ 696 15. TCU ____________________ 1-0 _____________ 649 16. Stanford _________________ 2-0 _____________ 455 17. Florida __________________ 2-0 _____________ 452 18. Michigan ________________ 1-1 _____________ 440 19. Notre Dame _______________ 2-0 _____________ 398 20. Louisville ________________ 2-0 _____________ 280 21. Arkansas _________________ 1-1 _____________ 246 22. Wisconsin ________________ 1-1 _____________ 151 23. UCLA ___________________ 2-0 _____________ 147 24. Nebraska ________________ 1-1 _____________ 135 25. Arizona _________________ 2-0 _____________ 120 BIG 12 TEAMS RECEIVING VOTES: Oklahoma State (97), Baylor (57), Iowa State (10), Texas Tech (1)

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2012 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL 46-yard rush in the game was the longest rush by a Tech player since Aaron Crawford broke off a 52-yard run last season against Kansas State. Newcomers Jakeem Grant and Javon Bell also got in on the big play action as Grant recorded a 42-yard reception while Bell hauled in a 31-yard pass. DEFENSE PLAYING WITH CONFIDENCE Through two games of the 2012 season, the confidence on the defensive side of the football is obvious. Texas Tech turned in another strong effort on Saturday against a dangerous Texas State team that pulled an upset of Houston in the season opener. Texas Tech allowed 10 points on Saturday which brings the season total to just 13 allowed by the Red Raiders in two games. The following are notes that will put Tech’s defensive performance in perspective: • Texas Tech has the No. 4 ranked total defense in the nation (finished the 2011 season ranked No. 114). • Texas Tech has the No. 7 ranked scoring defense in the nation. • Texas Tech has the No. 5 ranked pass defense in the nation. • Texas Tech has the No. 17 ranked rush defense in the nation. • Texas Tech got two interceptions in the game against Texas State that snapped a six-game stretch where Tech had failed to grab an INT. Prior to the Texas State game, Tech’s last interception came in a 41-38 upset of No. 1 Oklahoma on Oct. 22, 2011. • Texas Tech has not allowed a rushing touchdown in back-toback games for the first time since games at Nevada and at home against SMU in 2008. • Texas Tech has held opposing defenses to just nine third down conversions in 29 attempts (31 percent). DOEGE EYEING 5,000 Senior quarterback Seth Doege is just 51 yards shy of reaching 5,000 career passing yards. Doege currently has 4,949 career yards and can move past inside receivers coach and former quarterback Sonny Cumbie into eighth place on the school’s career passing yards list. CAREER YARDAGE LEADERS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Graham Harrell (2005-08) _________15,793 Kliff Kingsbury (1999-02) __________12,429 Robert Hall (1990-93) ____________ 7,908 Taylor Potts (2007-10) ____________ 7,835 Zebbie Lethridge (1994-97) ________ 6,789 Billy Joe Tolliver (1985-88) _________ 6,756 B.J. Symons (2000-03) ___________ 6,378 Sonny Cumbie (2001-04) __________ 5,116 Seth Doege (2009-12) ___________ 4,949 Ron Reeves (1978-81) ____________ 4,688

MORE ON DOEGE • Made his 14th consecutive start against Texas State. • Finished the Texas State game with 319 yards passing and five touchdowns. • Picked up his third four-plus touchdown performance of his career, all three have come on the road. He finished the game with five touchdown passes. • His five touchdown passes against Texas State ties a career high that he set last season at New Mexico. • Picked up his 10th career 300-plus yard passing game. • Moved past Ron Reeves (1978-81) into ninth place on the Texas Tech career passing yards list. Doege now has 4,949 career passing yards. • Moved past Ron Reeves, Cody Hodges (2002-05) and Sonny Cumbie (2001-04) into eighth place on the school’s career passing touchdown list. Doege now has 36 career passing touchdowns. • Moved past Ricky Williams (1997-01) into 10th place for ca-

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reer touchdowns responsible for with 40. STEPHENS POISED TO JOIN RED RAIDER ELITE Eric Stephens needs only 30 total yards to become the seventh player in Texas Tech history with 4,000 career yards (allpurpose). Stephens looks to join Wes Welker (5,730), Taurean Henderson (5,308), Donny Anderson (5,156), Byron Hanspard (5,115), Ricky Williams (5,024) and James Gray (4,796). He has the most career total yards since Taurean Henderson tallied 5,308 yards during his four-year career (2002-05). CAREER ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE LEADERS

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Wes Welker (2000-03) _____________5,730 Taurean Henderson (2002-05) ________5,308 Donny Anderson (1963-65) __________5,156 Byron Hanspard (1994-96) __________5,115 Ricky Williams (1997-01) ___________5,024 James Gray (1986-89) _____________4,796 Eric Stephens (2009-12) __________ 3,970 Danny Amendola (2004-07) __________3,839 Byron Morris (1991-93) ____________3,822 Baron Batch (2006, 2008-10) _________3,612

MOORE, BELL SHINE IN SEASON DEBUT Senior receiver Darrin Moore and junior receiver Javon Bell both shined in their respective season debuts this past week at Texas State. Moore and Bell each missed Tech’s season opener against Northwestern State so Saturday’s game at Texas State was their first chance in the spotlight and they took full advantage. Moore led all receivers with two touchdown catches (third multiple TD game of his career) while Bell led the receiving corp with five catches for 81 yards and a score. The two players combined for 154 of Tech’s 405 receiving yards and three of the five touchdowns. BUSTIN PERFECT AFTER TWO Sophomore placekicker Ryan Bustin has achieved perfection through two games of the 2012 season. Bustin is a flawless 5-for-5 in field goal attempts and has converted all 12 PATs. Against Texas State, Bustin nailed a 50-yard field goal as time expired in the first half to give the Red Raiders a 38-7 halftime lead. That 50-yard field goal was the first by a Red Raider since Donnie Carona connected on a 52-yard attempt against Weber State on Nov. 20, 2010. Bustin is third nationally in field goals behind Louisiana-Lafayette’s Brett Baer (7-of-7) and Iowa’s Mike Meyer (6-of-7). He has connected from 31, 36, 37, 38 and 50 yards out. WAS THAT NEHEMIAH GLOVER?!?! Texas Tech fans at Saturday’s game in San Marcos might have done a double-take, thinking that former receiver Nehemiah Glover might have found his way back into a uniform. Redshirt freshman Jakeem Grant, a 5-6, 163lb receiver from Mesquite, definitely showed some Glover moves on Saturday, particularly on a screen pass over the middle of the field that he turned into a 42-yard gain. Glover, a Tech receiver from 2001-04, stood just 5-8 but managed to compiled 2,725 yards during his career and that ranks 7th all-time at Texas Tech. Grant had five catches for 78 yards on Saturday and is the team’s second leading receiver after two games with eight catches for 103 yards. DAVIS TAKES IT TO THE HOUSE After the Tech offense fumbled on its first possession of the Texas State game, senior safety Cody Davis put an end to the early Bobcat momentum with his second career interception. Davis returned the interception 88 yards for a touchdown that gave the Red Raiders an early 7-0 lead. Davis’ interception return for the touchdown was the first by a Red Raider defender since

Jarvis Phillips ran an INT back 87 yards for a touchdown against No. 4 Texas in 2010. It also marked Texas Tech’s first defensive score since a fumble return by Cornelius Douglas against Oklahoma State on Nov. 12, 2011. • Davis is the team’s leading tackler after two games with 13 tackles (12 solo). NEWCOMERS SEE ACTION EARLY A total of 26 newcomers have earned playing time in the first two games of the season. The group consists of true freshmen (Micah Awe {LB} and Jared Kaster {OL}, 12 redshirt freshmen and eight junior college transfers. THE “CHAIN GANG” SHINES IN SEASON OPENER After finishing the 2011 season with the 114th ranked defense in the NCAA, all eyes were upon Art Kaufman’s Red Raider defense on Saturday night at Jones AT&T Stadium. The group showed the crowd of 50,236 that they were serious about their offseason improvement by turning in the best defensive performance since 2007. In a dominating effort, Texas Tech held the Demons to just 84 total yards and only 13 rushing yards. The last time Tech held an opposing team to 125 or fewer yards was against this same opponent (Northwestern State) back in 2007 when the Red Raiders held the Demons to 118 yards. Defensive Notables From Northwestern State • Texas Tech held Northwestern State to just six points marking the fewest points given up since the Red Raiders held SMU to three points during the 2006 season-opener. • The NSU game marked the first time the Tech defense has held an opponent without an offensive touchdown since SMU in 2006. • Texas Tech held its opponent to seven or fewer first downs (6) for the first time since 2006 when Tech held SE Louisiana to seven. • Texas Tech held NSU to 13 rushing yards which is the fewest allowed by a Tech defense since 1998 when the Red Raiders held Fresno State to nine total rushing yards. • Texas Tech held Northwestern State to only 49 plays and that marked the fewest plays by a Tech opponent since 2000 (North Texas – 46). BALANCE ACHIEVED Texas Tech Offensive Coordinator Neal Brown achieved near perfect balance in the season opener as the play breakdown went the way of 47 passing plays and 46 rushing. The 46 rushing attempts was the most by a Tech team since logging 51 in a 24-17 upset of No. 14 Missouri in 2010. A total of 13 different receivers caught passes in the game from starting quarterback Seth Doege and backup Michael Brewer. STEPHENS MAKES TRIUMPHANT RETURN Senior Eric Stephens made his triumphant return in the season opener from a season ending knee injury suffered against Texas A&M last year. Stephens was on track for one of the best seasons by a Tech running back, since the late 1990s, before that injury in game five sidelined him for the rest of the season and took away the team’s best offensive player. After a grueling rehabilitation, Stephens returned to team workouts during fall camp and hopes to remove the knee brace by the Texas State game. Notables • On his first touch in the season opener, Stephens caught a 7-yard pass that moved him into 7th place all-time at Texas Tech in career yardage. He entered the game with 3,389 career yards and moved past Danny Amendola. • With 58 rushing yards against the Demons, Stephens moved

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2012 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL past the 1,500 career rushing yards mark. The last Red Raider to pick up 1,500 career rushing yards was Baron Batch. • He scored Texas Tech’s first touchdown of the 2012 season on a 4-yard rush with 2:50 remaining in the first quarter. • Stephens recorded his fifth career multiple touchdown game in the season opener with a pair of rushing touchdowns. In his career he has four multiple rushing touchdown games and one multiple receiving touchdown game. BUSTIN TAKES OVER Sophomore placekicker Ryan Bustin had an impressive debut in the season opener agasint Northwestern State. Bustin connected on three field goals in the game and that marked the first time in over 12 years that a kicker has connected on three field goals in a career debut. Robert Treece was the last Red Raider kicker to connect on multiple field goals in a career debut as he booted two against New Mexico in 2001. BREWER TOSSES TWO TDs IN CAREER DEBUT Heralded redshirt freshman quarterback Michael Brewer got the first playing time of his career in Tech’s season opener against Northwestern State. Brewer replaced starter Seth Doege at the beginning of the fourth quarter and proceeded to lead the Red Raiders on three scoring drives. In his one quarter of action, Brewer tossed two touchdown passes and became the first Tech quarterback to accomplish that in a career debut since Ron Reeves threw two TD passes in his debut against Arizona (41-26 Tech win) on Sept. 23, 1978. ANDERSON, HOLUB, PARKS ENTER HALL OF HONOR The season opener against Northwestern State went down in the history books as the night the Red Raiders officially unveiled the newly established Texas Tech Football Ring of Honor. Donny Anderson (Running Back, 1963-65), E.J. Holub (Center/ Linebacker, 1958-60) and Dave Parks (Split End, 1961-63) were permanently enshrined on the west side of Jones AT&T Stadium during a pregame ceremony. About this year’s inductees: Donny Anderson, Running Back, 1963-1965 Nicknamed the Golden Palomino, Anderson is one of three Red Raiders to have his jersey formally retired at Texas Tech. In 1989, he became Texas Tech’s second induction into the National Football Foundation’s College Football Hall of Fame. A consensus All-American in both 1964 and 1965, Anderson capped off his Red Raider career by finishing fourth in the Heisman Trophy balloting as a senior in ’65. He was named the Co-National Player of the Year in 1965 by The Sporting News while earning All-Southwest Conference Honors in 1963, 1964 and 1965. He was a first-round draft choice in both the AFL and the NFL in 1965 and ended up playing for the Green Bay Packers and the St. Louis Cardinals. Anderson was inducted into the Texas Tech Hall of Honor in 1978. E.J. Holub, Center/Linebacker, 1958-1960 Nicknamed “The Beast”, Holub is one of just three Red Raiders to have his jersey formally retired at Texas Tech. In 1986, he became Texas Tech’s first-ever inductee into the National Football Foundation’s College Football Hall of Fame. Holub was a First Team All-American in 1959 and 1960 and finished 10th in the Heisman Trophy voting in 1960. Holub was Texas Tech’s first All-Southwest Conference honoree in 1960 and was recently named to Street & Smith’s 50th Anniversary Team. Holub was a first-round draft pick by the AFL and a second round pick by the NFL. As a pro, he was named an AFL All-Star in 1961, 1962, 1964, 1965 and 1966 and is the only player in history to start two Super Bowls at two different positions. He was inducted into the Texas Tech Hall of Honor in 1977. Dave Parks, Spit End, 1961-1963

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HEAD COACH TOMMY TUBERVILLE CAREER HIGHLIGHTS • 17 seasons as a head coach at the collegiate level at Mississippi (1995-98), Auburn (1999-08) and Texas Tech (2010-present) • 125-72 career record: Mississippi (25-20), Auburn (85-40), Texas Tech (15-12) • 63-49 Southeastern Conference record: Mississippi (12-20), Auburn (51-29) • 5-12 Big 12 Record • 11 bowl appearances: Mississippi (2), Auburn (8), Texas Tech (1) • Seven Bowl wins: 1997 Motor City, 2002 Capital One, 2003 Music City, 2004 Sugar, 2006 Cotton, 2007 Chick-Fil-A, 2010 TicketCity Tommy Tuberville • One of just five coaches in NCAA history to win a bowl game at three different schools. Head Coach • Led Auburn to 13-0 mark, No. 2 national ranking and Sugar Bowl win over Virginia Tech in 2004 • Named AFCA, Associated Press, Paul “Bear” Bryant, FCA, SEC and Walter Camp coach of the year in 2004 • Led Auburn to SEC Championship (2004), five Western Division Titles (2000-02, 04-05) • Auburn: 36 All-SEC First Team selections; 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 SEC’s top blocker; one SEC Championship Game MVP • Directed Auburn to 85 overall wins, good for fourth in school history • Directed Auburn to seven SEC road wins of 20-plus points since 2002 • In 24 seasons coaching at the Division I level as an assistant and head coach, has been part of 20 winning season, including three national championships (Miami) • Led Auburn to at least one victory against an AP top 10 team in a school-record seven consecutive season from 2001-07 • Coached 65 players that have been drafted in the NFL, including 36 at Auburn • Coached 14 first-round NFL draft picks, including the 1991 first overall pick (Russell Maryland) and four 2004 first-round picks (Ronnie Brown, Carnell Williams, Carlos Rogers, Jason Campbell) • First Auburn coach to win six-straight games over Alabama • 81 SEC Academic Honor Roll distinctions at Auburn • Auburn football had a multi-year score of 981 (APR), the highest score among public BCS conference institutions in 2006 • 1997 SEC Coach of the Year COLLEGIATE COACHING CAREER YEARS COACHING POSITION RECORD 2010-present _______ Head Coach, Texas Tech University ___________________15-12 1999-08 __________ Head Coach, Auburn University ____________________85-40 1995-98 __________ Head Coach, University of Mississippi _________________25-20 1994 ____________ Defensive Coordinator, Texas A&M 1993 ____________ Defensive Coordinator, University of Miami 1986-92 __________ Defensive Coach, University of Miami 1980-84 __________ Assistant Coach, Arkansas State University YEAR-BY-YEAR HEAD COACHING RECORD 1995 __ Mississippi ____ 6-5 _____ 3-5 SEC ____ 5th West 1996 __ Mississippi ____ 5-6 _____ 2-6 SEC ____ 5th West 1997 __ Mississippi ____ 8-4 _____ 4-4 SEC ____ 3rd West ___ 1998 __ Mississippi ____ 6-5 _____ 3-5 SEC ____ 4th West ___ 1999 __ Auburn ______ 5-6 _____ 2-6 SEC ____ 5th West 2000 __ Auburn ______ 9-4 _____ 6-2 SEC ____ 1st West ___ 2001 __ Auburn ______ 7-5 _____ 5-3 SEC ____ t1st West ___ 2002 __ Auburn ______ 9-4 _____ 5-3 SEC ____ t1st West ___ 2003 __ Auburn ______ 8-5 _____ 5-3 SEC ____ 3rd West ___ 2004 __ Auburn ______ 13-0 ____ 8-0 SEC ____ 1st West ___ 2005 __ Auburn ______ 9-3 _____ 7-1 SEC ____ t1st West ___ 2006 __ Auburn ______ 11-2 ____ 6-2 SEC ____ 2nd West ___ 2007 __ Auburn ______ 9-4 _____ 5-3 SEC ____ 2nd West ___ 2008 __ Auburn ______ 5-7 _____ 2-6 SEC ____ t4th West 2010 __ Texas Tech ____ 8-5 _____ 3-5 Big 12 __ 5th South ___ 2011 __ Texas Tech ____ 5-7 _____ 2-7 Big 12 __ 9th 2012 __ Texas Tech ____ 2-0 _____ 0-0 Big 12 __ Totals __ 17 Years ______ 125-72 ___ 63-49 SEC, 5-12 Big 12 Auburn Mississippi Texas Tech

10 Years 4 Years 3 Years

85-40 25-20 15-12

Music City Bowl Independence Bowl Citrus Bowl Peach Bowl Capital One Bowl Champs Music City Bowl Champs SEC Champs; Sugar Bowl Champs SEC Co-Champs; Capital One Bowl Cotton Bowl Champs Chick-fil-A Bowl Champs TicketCity Bowl Champs

51-29 SEC 12-20 SEC 5-12 Big 12

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2012 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL Parks joins fellow Ring of Honor inductees Donny Anderson and E.J. Holub as one of just three players in Tech history to have their jersey formally retired. In 2008, Parks was inducted into the National Football Foundation’s College Football Hall of Fame. He was a consensus All-American in 1963 and an AllSouthwest Conference selection in 1962 and 1963. Parks is the only player in school history to be drafted as the No. 1 overall pick in the NFL Draft as he was taken by the San Francisco 49ers in 1964. His pro career spanned 10 seasons including stops in San Francisco, New Orleans and Houston. He was inducted into the Texas Tech Hall of Honor in 1990. NEW FACES ON THE SIDELINE Four new coaches will dot the Texas Tech sideline when the Red Raiders kick off the 2012 season. Three of the new coaches can be found on the defensive side of the football. Art Kaufman, Tech’s new defensive coordinator, will take over the defense in 2012 and will be assisted by defensive line coach Fred Tate (previously at Marshall) and defensive backs coach John Lovett (previously at Miami, Fla.). On the offensive side of the football, coordinator Neal Brown will have a new o-line coach in Chris Thomsen (previously head coach at Abilene Christian). • Graduate assistants for the 2012 season will be Carlos Alvarado and Jeff Howard on defense along with Jason Reed and Kevin Oliver (offense). DEFENSE UNDER NEW LEADERSHIP The Texas Tech defense will be under the guidance of first-year coordinator Art Kaufman, who is the fourth different coach to lead the Red Raider defense in the last four years. Since 2009, Texas Tech defenses have been led by Ruffin McNeil, James Willis, Chad Glasgow and now Kaufman. Texas Tech ran the 4-3 defense in Tommy Tuberville’s first season in 2010 but switched to the 4-2-5 with the hire of Glasgow in 2011. The Red Raiders returned to the 4-3 defense in the spring under Kaufman’s leadership. THE CHAIN GANG After ending the 2011 season as the nation’s 114th ranked defense, new defensive coordinator Art Kaufman had his work cut out for him when he this job back in the spring. If training camp is any indication, Kaufman’s group will be much improved this season and that could turn the Red Raiders into a dark horse contender in the Big 12. Kaufman’s maturity and experience has the defensive unit believing they can do big things, which has helped the seniors on defense adopt a new nickname - “The Chain Gang.” Using the principle that links on a chain hold up under pressure and each play an equal and important role. Kaufman has this group believing instead of reacting. • Texas Tech returns a combined 159 starts on defense divided amongst 15 players. • A total of five new faces are on Texas Tech’s defensive twodeep for the season opener against Northwestern State while two others appear on the list that were redshirted in 2011. JUCO INFLUX In need of immediate depth and experience, Texas Tech turned to the junior colleges in the 2012 recruiting class. Texas Tech has 11 junior college transfers on the roster and a large majority are expected to make contributions this season. The seasonopening depth chart lists seven of those transfers. Junior College Transfers Name Position Previous School Brandon Bagley DB College of Sequoias Javon Bell WR Mississippi Gulf Coast CC Olaoluwa Falemi DB LA Harbor College

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Rashad Fortenberry SaDale Foster Bruce Jones Seth Mannon Chris Payne Will Smith Austin Stewart Trent Williams

OL RB DB K LB LB LB DS

Mississippi Gulf Coast CC Riverside CC Riverside CC College of Canyons Mississippi Gulf Coast CC Riverside CC LA Pierce JC Blinn JC

DESTINATION POSTSEASON After watching its Big 12 record 18-year streak of bowl eligibility slip through their fingers, the 2012 Red Raiders are determined to be back in the postseason this year. Texas Tech suffered its first losing season in 16 years last year but return 18 starters (nine on both sides of the football) and will be armed with two recruiting classes (2011 and 2012) that were the highest ranked in school history. CLASSROOM SUCCESS Texas Tech and Tommy Tuberville’s commitment to education is evident as the Red Raiders lead the Big 12 Conference in graduation rate. Additionally, Texas Tech will suit up nine football student-athletes this fall that have already earned their degree from Texas Tech. Current student-athletes with degrees in hand: QB Seth Doege, WR Eric Ward, WR Austin Zouzalik, S Cody Davis, OL Deveric Gallington, WR Darrin Moore, RB Josh Talbott, DB Eugene Neboh and WR Alex Torres. TECH LOOKING FOR AN EXPLOSIVE OFFENSE IN 2012 The expectations on the Texas Tech offense haven’t been this high since the 2008 season and with a veteran line and experienced quarterback, the Red Raiders should have their best offensive unit of the Tuberville era. Texas Tech has four players on offense that are candidates for national awards in quarterback Seth Doege, running back Eric Stephens, offensive lineman LaAdrian Waddle and wide receiver Eric Ward. Texas Tech Offensive Snapshot • A combined 147 starts return for Texas Tech in 2012. • Of the 147 starts, 78 are divided amongst eight players at skill positions. • In 2011, Texas Tech finished 13th nationally in total offense (470.58 yards per-game), seventh nationally in pass offense (345.42 yards per-game) and 22nd nationally in scoring offense (33.83). • Senior quarterback Seth Doege (the nation’s leading passer in 2011) returns his top three targets in 2012 which includes junior Eric Ward, who led the team in receiving in 2011 with 84 catches for 800 yards and 11 touchdowns. Ward averaged 66.7 yards-per-game receiving in 2011 and posted a careerhigh 151 yards receiving in the regular-season finale against Baylor at Cowboys Stadium. Ward was a second-team All-Big 12 selection by the San Antonio Express-News, Fort Worth StarTelegram and the Waco Tribune-Herald. • Texas Tech enters 2012 with arguably the best quarterback tandem in the Big 12 Conference in Seth Doege and Michael Brewer. Doege was an O’Brien Semifinalist in 2011 while Brewer turned quite a few heads on the practice field last spring and fall. Brewer was part of four state championship teams at Lake Travis High School and was an All-State selection as a senior. NATION’S BEST RECEIVING CORP? Texas Tech has a strong case that it is home to the best receiving corp in college football. Anchored by preseason Biletnikoff Award candidate Eric Ward, the Red Raiders return five players in 2012 that have a combined 48 career starts. Along with Ward, Tech returns seniors Alex Torres, Austin Zouzalik, Darrin Moore and Marcus Kennard who will provide key leadership

TECH’S RECORD WHEN Overall Record .................................................................2-0 Big 12 Record ..................................................................0-0 Non-Conference ..............................................................2-0 Home ..............................................................................1-0 Away ...............................................................................1-0 Neutral ............................................................................0-0 Current Streak ........................................................Won Two Current Home Streak ..............................................Won One Current Road Streak ................................................Won One Current Bowl Streak ................................................Won Two Last Win ................................. 58-10 at Texas State (9/8/12) Last Loss ....................................66-42 vs. Baylor (11/26/11) Day Games .......................................................................0-0 Night Games ....................................................................2-0 On Television ...................................................................2-0 ABC .................................................................................0-0 FSN ..................................................................................0-0 ESPN ................................................................................0-0 ESPN2 ..............................................................................0-0 ESPNU ..............................................................................0-0 ESPN3 ..............................................................................1-0 FCS ...................................................................................0-0 Fox Sports Southwest Plus. ..............................................1-0 September ......................................................................2-0 October ...........................................................................0-0 November .......................................................................0-0 January ............................................................................0-0 Against Teams In Top 25 ..................................................0-0 Against Teams In Top 15 ..................................................0-0 Against Teams In Top 10 ..................................................0-0 vs. Non-Ranked Teams ....................................................2-0 On Natural Grass ..............................................................0-0 On Field Turf ....................................................................2-0 When Tech Scores First ....................................................2-0 Opponent Scores First ......................................................0-0 Come-From-Behind Wins ................................................0-0 Leading After First Quarter ..............................................2-0 Behind After First Quarter ...............................................0-0 Tied After First Quarter ....................................................0-0 Leading At Halftime ........................................................2-0 Behind At Halftime ..........................................................0-0 Tied At Halftime ..............................................................0-0 Leading After Third Quarter .............................................2-0 Behind After Third Quarter ..............................................0-0 Tied After Third Quarter ...................................................0-0 Overtime .........................................................................0-0 Scoring 20 points or less ..................................................0-0 Scoring 20 points or more ...............................................0-0 Scoring 30+ points .........................................................2-0 Allowing 20 points or less ...............................................0-0 Allowing 10 points or less ...............................................2-0 With a 100-yard rusher ....................................................0-0 Allowing a 100-yard rusher .............................................0-0 With a 300-yard passer ....................................................1-0 With a 400-yard passer ....................................................0-0 With a 500-yard passer ....................................................0-0 Allowing a 300-yard passer .............................................0-0 Allowing a 400-yard passer .............................................0-0 More Total Offense Than Opponent ..................................2-0 Total Offense 300-plus yards ...........................................0-0 Total Offense 400-plus yards ...........................................0-0 Total Offense 500-plus yards ...........................................2-0 Allowing 300-plus yards total offense .............................0-0 No Turnovers ....................................................................0-0 Less Than Three Turnovers ...............................................2-0 Three Or More Turnovers ..................................................0-0 No Takeaways ..................................................................1-0 Three Or More Takeaways ................................................0-0 Fewer Turnovers ..............................................................1-0 Equal Turnovers ...............................................................0-0 More Turnovers ................................................................1-0 Won Time of Possession ...................................................1-0 Opponent Controls Time Of Possession ............................1-0

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2012 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL to a talented group of newcomers. Senior Tyson Williams, one of the most talented receivers on the squad, will play his first and last season in 2012 after transferring from West Texas A&M. Along with Williams, Texas Tech returns Jace Amaro and Bradley Marquez who had strong freshman seasons in 2011. Newcomer Javon Bell, a junior college transfer, and redshirt freshmen Javares McRoy and Jakeem Grant should give Texas Tech one of the fastest groups in the country. • Texas Tech’s talented group of returning receivers includes Eric Ward, Alex Torres (616 yards, 4 TDs), Darrin Moore (571 yards, 8 TDs), Austin Zouzalik (121 yards), Marcus Kennard (182 yards) and Jace Amaro (57 yards, 2 TDs). STRONG UP FRONT Although depth is an issue at offensive line, there is reason to be excited about this year’s group. Tech will field its strongest and most experienced offensive line since that stellar group of 2008. Led by senior left tackle LaAdrian Waddle, this year’s line features three seniors in Waddle, Deveric Gallington and Terry McDaniel. Those three seniors have a combined 68 career starts amongst them and will be a key component to the Red Raiders success on offense in 2012. TELEVISION EXPOSURE AT AN ALL-TIME HIGH Just one year after setting a school record with 11 televised games in 2011, Texas Tech will most likely be setting another record in 2012. It is expected that all 12 games of the season will be televised by virtue of a new television contract with Fox and the granting of institutionally controlled third-tier rights. Texas Tech’s season opener will be televised on Fox Sports Southwest Plus. RIVERA HEADED TO COLLEGE FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME Gabe Rivera (aka Senor Sack), one of the most dominant football student-athletes in Texas Tech history, will take his rightful place with the greatest players in the collegiate game with induction into the College Football Hall of Fame. The class will be inducted into the hall of fame at the 2012 National Football Foundation Awards Dinner at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City on December 4, while the enshrinement will take place in the summer of 2013. • The 2012 Hall of Fame Class consists of: Charles Alexander, RB, LSU; Otis Armstrong, RB, Purdue; Steve Bartowski, QB, California; Hal Bedsole, SE, USC; Dave Casper, TE, Notre Dame; Ty Detmer, QB, BYU; Tommy Kramer, QB, Rice; Art Monk, WR, Syracuse; Greg Myers, DB, Colorado State; Jonathan Ogden, Offensive Tackle, UCLA; Gabe Rivera, DL, Texas Tech; Mark Simoneau, LB, Kansas State; Scott Thomas, Safety, Air Force; John Wooten, Offensive Guard, Colorado; Phillip Fulmer, Head Coach, University of Tennessee; Jimmy Johnson, Head Coach, Miami; R.C. Slocum, Head Coach, Texas A&M . • Three other Red Raiders have been inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame, with the last enshrinement coming in 2008 when Dave Parks was honored. E.J. Holub was Tech’s first member of the hall as he was enshrined in 1986 and was followed by Donny Anderson in 1989. HOW TO DOEGE 2011 Davey O’Brien Award Semifinalist Seth Doege returns for his senior season to lead what could possibly be the most potent Red Raider offense in the Tuberville era. Doege threw for 4,004 yards and connected on 398-of-581 passes and 28 touchdowns as a junior in 2011. He owns the NCAA record for completion percentage in a single-game as he completed 40of-44 passes (90.1 percentage) in a 59-13 win at New Mexico. Doege also helped orchestrate one of the biggest wins in school history as he led the Red Raiders to a 41-38 win over then No. 1 Oklahoma in Norman on Oct. 22. Doege threw for 441 yards

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and four touchdowns in the win, which snapped OU’s NCAAleading 39-game home win streak. He is a preseason candidate for four national, including the Maxwell Award and Walter Camp National Player of the Year. • If you need to brush up on the pronunciation of his name, log on to youtube.com and search for “How To Doege.” TWO DEGREE DOEGE Doege’s on-field accomplishments are widely known, but his work in the classroom should not be overlooked. Doege earned his degree in May 2011 which means that both year’s he has been Tech’s starting quarterback, he has done so while a graduate student. He is expected to complete his master’s degree in Exercise and Sports Science in December which will give him two degrees at the completion of his athletic eligibility. He was a First Team Academic All-Big 12 selection in 2011 and has been nominated for the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award. STEPHENS CLEARED TO RETURN FOR 2012 After suffering one of the worst knee injuries a player can endure, running back Eric Stephens has been given the green light to return for his senior season. A dead ball injury suffered against Texas A&M forced Stephens to miss the final seven games of the 2011 season. In his absence, Texas Tech won just won game the remainder of the season and his impact on the offense was obvious. A difficult surgery and intense rehabilitation has put Stephens back into the fold in 2012 and the respect for his ability is so high that he was named a preseason candidate for the Doak Walker Award. • Prior to his injury, Stephens had rushed for 100-plus yards in four of five games and was on track for the best season by a Tech running back since Ricky Williams in 1999. • Stephens compiled 565 yards in five games last season while rushing for eight touchdowns. • Owns 1,487 career rushing yards along with 16 touchdowns. • Owns 458 career receiving yards along with three touchdowns.

Perhaps the newcomer that has made the most impact is junior linebacker Will Smith. Smith transferred to Texas Tech from Riverside C.C. in time for the spring semester and has become a force on the Tech defense. In fact, his strong showing in the spring and during fall training camp has him being mentioned as a candidate for Big 12 Newcomer of the Year honors. Smith is anchoring the middle of Tech’s three-man linebacking crew and will play a key role in the run defense. Last season, Texas Tech finished last in the FBS in rush defense as the Red Raiders allowed an average of 258 yards rushing per-game. Smith will anchor what figures to be a much stronger linebacking corp with sophomore Sam Eguavoen and junior Terrance Bullitt. Bullitt is making the move from safety to linebacker in order to give the Red Raiders more play making ability at the position. DOUGLAS EARNS STARTING NOD AT CORNER Last season, with Texas Tech running low on defensive options at cornerback, the decision was made to move wide receiver Cornelius Douglas to defense. What the coaches soon found out was that Douglas was the best cover guy on the squad and his move was made permanent during spring practice. Since that time Douglas has won the starting nod at left corner and will be backed up by junior college transfer Bruce Jones.

DEPTH AT RUNNING BACK The running back position might be one of the deepest units on this year’s team. Along with senior Eric Stephens, Tech returns two talented sophomores in Kenny Williams and DeAndre Washington and will have the services of junior college transfer SaDale Foster. Washington suffered a season-ending knee injury in the Missouri game and, like Stephens, has been participating in fall camp. The Texas Tech coaching staff is hoping to get enough production from Stephens, Williams and Foster so that Washington can take a redshirt this year. RED RAIDERS ON NATIONAL AWARD WATCH LISTS Texas Tech has four players up for nine national postseason awards which is more than Tech had during the 2008 preseason. QB Seth Doege – Maxwell Award (Top Player) QB Seth Doege – Davey O’Brien Award (Top Quarterback) QB Seth Doege – Walter Camp Player of the Year (National Player of the Year) QB Seth Doege – Manning Award (Top Quarterback – Including Bowl Performance) QB Seth Doege – Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award (Top Quarterback) QB Seth Doege – Senior Bowl Watch List OL LaAdrian Waddle – Outland Trophy (Top Interior Lineman) OL LaAdrian Waddle – Lombardi Award (Top Lineman or Linebacker) WR Eric Ward – Biletnikoff Award (Top Wide Receiver) RB Eric Stephens – Doak Walker Award (Top Running Back) SMITH READY FOR THE BIG LIGHTS?

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2012 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL NUMERICAL ROSTER NO 1 1 2 2 3 4 4 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 9 9 10 10 11 11 12 12 13 13 14 14 15 15 16 16 17 18 18 19 20 21 21 22 23 24 24 25 26 27 27 28 28 29 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 37 38 39 40 41 42 43

PLAYER Javon Bell Terrance Bullitt Reginald Davis Cornelius Douglas Tyson Williams Bradley Marquez Derrick Mays Tre’ Porter Kris Williams Austin Zouzalik Seth Doege Will Smith SaDale Foster Delvon Simmons Branden Jackson Shawn Corker Pete Robertson Dustin Walton Jakeem Grant Leon Mackey D.J. Johnson Tucker Tuberville Brant Costilla Sam Eguavoen Darrin Moore La’Darius Newbold Justin Cooper Clayton Nicholas Michael Brewer Cody Davis Javares McRoy Micah Awe Eric Ward Derreck Edwards Chris Payne Jarvis Phillips DeAndre Washington Jace Amaro Jeremy Reynolds Bruce Jones Eric Stephens Jr. Blake Dees Ryan Erxleben Brad Pearson Zach Winbush Happiness Osunde Dominique Wheeler Olaoluwa Falemi Josh Talbott Austin Stewart Eugene Neboh Brandon Bagley Omar Ontiveros Kenny Williams Keenon Ward Theirry Nguema Quinton White Chris Yeakey Summitt Hogue Seth Mannon Chase Robison J.J. Gaines Taylor Symmank Jackson Richards

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POS WR LB WR DB WR ATH CB CB LB IR QB LB ATH DT LB WR DB QB IR DL S QB QB LB WR DB LB QB QB S IR DB WR WR LB CB RB TE CB DB RB LB P WR LB CB WR DB RB DB CB DB FB RB ATH DB RB S ATH K DL CB K DE

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

WT 180 221 184 198 210 201 175 202 213 187 197 224 187 290 248 193 220 229 163 260 190 196 224 220 216 190 213 216 183 202 167 205 204 177 187 188 182 257 175 171 201 215 191 215 219 188 177 157 199 206 180 155 236 219 189 168 197 197 184 252 237 180 173 248

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

HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL/LAST SCHOOL Jacksonville, Fla./Ribault/Mississippi Gulf Coast CC Garland, Texas/Naaman Forest Tenaha, Texas/Tenaha Lawton, Okla./Lawton Aldine, Texas/Aldine/West Texas A&M Odessa, Texas/Odessa Killeen, Texas/Shoemaker Midwest City, Okla./Carl Albert Dallas, Texas/Bryan Adams Lubbock, Texas/Coronado Wolfforth, Texas/Frenship Riverside, Calif./Notre Dame/Riverside CC Riverside, Calif./J.W. North/Riverside CC McKeesport, Pa./McKeesport McKeesport, Pa./McKeesport Fort Lauderdale, Fla./Cardinal Gibbons Longview, Texas/Longview Raton, N.M./Raton/New Mexico Mesquite, Texas/Mesquite Horn Wilmington, Del./Hargrave Military/Hinds CC Austin, Texas/St. Stephen’s Episcopal Lubbock, Texas/Frenship Dallas, Texas/Parish Episcopal/Navarro JC Garland, Texas/Lakeview Centennial Irving, Texas/McArthur/Blinn College Lancaster, Texas/Lancaster Ft. Lauderdale, Fla./University Abilene, Texas/Cooper Lake Travis, Texas/Lake Travis Stephenville, Texas/Stephenville Lakeland, Fla./Lakeland Arlington, Texas/Summitt Wichita Falls, Texas/Rider Brenham, Texas/Brenham Columbia, S.C./Columbia/Mississippi Gulf Coast CC Dallas, Texas/Carter Missouri City, Texas/T. Marshall San Antonio, Texas/MacArthur Greensboro, N.C./Dudley Eastvale, Calif./Roosevelt/Riverside CC Mansfield, Texas/Timberview Spanish Fort, Ala./Spanish Fort Lake Travis, Texas/Lake Travis Lubbock, Texas/Monterey Schertz, Texas/Clemens Dallas, Texas/Seguin/Kilgore College Crockett, Texas/Crockett Carson, Calif./Banning/LA Harbor College Trophy Club, Texas/Liberty Christian Matthews, N.C./Butler/L.A. Pierce JC Odessa, Texas/Permian Los Angeles, Calif./Compton/College of Sequoias Austin, Texas/Westlake Pflugerville, Texas/Hendrickson Snyder, Texas/Snyder Corona, Calif./Santiago College Station, Texas/A&M Consolidated St. Helena, Calif./St. Helena/Redlands Lubbock, Texas/Frenship Houston, Texas/Episcopal/College of Canyons Memphis, Tenn./Christian Brothers Irving, Texas/Nimitz McKinney, Texas/McKinney Boyd/Southern Arkansas Southlake, Texas/Carroll

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2012 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL 45 46 48 49 51 52 53 54 56 57 58 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 71 72 73 75 76 77 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 91 92 94 96 98

Kramer Fyfe Chris Knighton Ryan Bustin Andrew Bowman Tony Morales Alex Chester Kindred Evans Dartwan Bush Alfredo Morales David Brenner Trent Williams Le’Raven Clark James Polk Wayne Foster LaAdrian Waddle Deveric Gallington Matt Wilson Terry McDaniel Kyle Clark Beau Carpenter Rashad Fortenberry Jared Kaster Conner Grooms Trey Keenan Coop Woodyard Zak Britton Jordan Davis Alex Torres Aaron Fisher Marcus Kennard Cameron Wright Kerry Hyder Michael Starts Donte Phillips Dennell Wesley Anthony Smith

PK DE K K OL DS DE DE OL DS DS OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL ATH WR WR WR WR WR TE DE DL DT DT DL

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

159 252 172 217 302 220 228 256 302 219 183 303 332 266 330 319 268 328 286 284 275 271 284 280 193 170 174 202 188 203 223 281 303 260 286 312

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

Austin, Texas/Lake Travis Longview, Texas/Longview Kilgore, Texas/Kilgore/Kilgore College Austin, Texas/Westlake Arlington, Texas/Sam Houston Austin, Texas/Austin Grand Prairie, Texas/South Grand Prairie Clute, Texas/Brazoswood Arlington, Texas/Sam Houston Plano, Texas, Canyon Creek Christian Academy Spring, Texas/Westfield/Blinn JC Rockdale, Texas/Rockdale Houston, Texas/Alief Elsik Austin, Texas/Austin Columbus, Texas/Columbus North Richland Hills, Texas/Richland Coldspring, Texas/Coldspring Oakhurst Diana, Texas/New Diana Denton, Texas/Guyer Sulphur Springs, Texas/Sulphur Springs Tylertown, Miss./Bowling Green/Mississippi Gulf Coast CC Altair, Texas/Altair Rice Tyler, Texas/Robert E. Lee Argyle, Texas/Argyle The Woodlands, Texas/The Woodlands Lubbock, Texas/Frenship Arlington, Texas/Arlington/Southwestern Oklahoma State El Paso, Texas/Franklin Keller, Texas/Fossil Ridge Lawton, Okla./Lawton/Butler CC Lubbock, Texas/Cooper Austin, Texas/Lyndon B. Johnson Waco, Texas/La Vega Mequon, Wis./Homestead Hastings, Fla./Menendez/Butler CC Houston, Texas/Spring Westfield

COACHING STAFF Head Coach ____________________Tommy Tuberville Offensive Coordinator _____________Neal Brown Defensive Coordinator _____________Art Kaufman Inside Receivers _________________Sonny Cumbie Outside Receivers ________________Tommy Mainord Defensive Line __________________Fred Tate Defensive Ends __________________Robert Prunty Running Backs __________________Chad Scott Offensive Line __________________Chris Thomsen Defensive Backs _________________John Lovett Strength and Conditioning __________Joe Walker PRONUNCIATION GUIDE (For An Audio Version of the pronuncation guide, log on to: http://www.texastech.com/sports/m-footbl/mtt/text-m-footbl-mtt.html) Micah Awe ____________________AH-way Jace Amaro ____________________uh-MAR-oh Dartwan Bush __________________DAR-twan Brant Costilla ___________________coe-STEE-uh Seth Doege ____________________DAY-gee Sam Eguavoen __________________uh-GUAV-in Ryan Erxleben __________________URX-lay-ben Olaoluwa Falemi _________________oh-lao-LOO-uh ---- FAH-lee-me Urell Johnnson __________________yer-RELL Eugene Neboh __________________NEE-bow Thierry Nguema _________________Terry nuh-GOO-muh Happiness Osunde________________oh-SUN-day Dennell Wesley__________________duh-NELL Chris Yeakey ___________________YAKE-ee Austin Zouzalik__________________zoo-ZAH-lick

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2012 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL DRESS ROSTER TEXAS STATE NO 1 1 2 3 4 4 5 6 7 7 8 8 9 10 11 11 12 13 13 14 15 16 16 18 19 20 21 21 22 23 24 24 25 26 27 27 29 30 31 33 34 37 38 41 43 45 46 48 49 51 52 53 54 56 57 62 63 65 66 68 72 73 75 85 86 88 89 91 92 94 96

PLAYER Javon Bell Terrance Bullitt Cornelius Douglas Tyson Williams Bradley Marquez Derrick Mays Tre’ Porter Austin Zouzalik Seth Doege Will Smith SaDale Foster Delvon Simmons Branden Jackson Pete Robertson Jakeem Grant Leon Mackey D.J. Johnson Brant Costilla Sam Eguavoen Darrin Moore Justin Cooper Michael Brewer Cody Davis Micah Awe Derreck Edwards Chris Payne Jarvis Phillips DeAndre Washington Jace Amaro Jeremy Reynolds Bruce Jones Eric Stephens Jr. Blake Dees Ryan Erxleben Brad Pearson Zach Winbush Olaoluwa Falemi Austin Stewart Eugene Neboh Omar Ontiveros Kenny Williams Chris Yeakey Summitt Hogue J.J. Gaines Jackson Richards Kramer Fyfe Chris Knighton Ryan Bustin Andrew Bowman Tony Morales Alex Chester Kindred Evans Dartwan Bush Alfredo Morales David Brenner Le’Raven Clark James Polk LaAdrian Waddle Deveric Gallington Terry McDaniel Beau Carpenter Rashad Fortenberry Jared Kaster Jordan Davis Alex Torres Marcus Kennard Cameron Wright Kerry Hyder Michael Starts Donte Phillips Dennell Wesley

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

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

WT 180 221 198 210 201 175 202 187 197 224 187 290 248 220 163 260 190 224 220 216 213 183 202 205 177 187 188 182 257 175 171 201 215 191 215 219 157 206 180 236 219 197 184 180 248 159 252 172 217 302 220 228 256 302 219 303 332 330 319 328 284 275 271 174 202 203 223 281 303 260 286

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

HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL/LAST SCHOOL Jacksonville, Fla./Ribault/Mississippi Gulf Coast CC Garland, Texas/Naaman Forest Lawton, Okla./Lawton Aldine, Texas/Aldine/West Texas A&M Odessa, Texas/Odessa Killeen, Texas/Shoemaker Midwest City, Okla./Carl Albert Lubbock, Texas/Coronado Wolfforth, Texas/Frenship Riverside, Calif./Notre Dame/Riverside CC Riverside, Calif./J.W. North/Riverside CC McKeesport, Pa./McKeesport McKeesport, Pa./McKeesport Longview, Texas/Longview Mesquite, Texas/Mesquite Horn Wilmington, Del./Hargrave Military/Hinds CC Austin, Texas/St. Stephen’s Episcopal Dallas, Texas/Parish Episcopal/Navarro JC Garland, Texas/Lakeview Centennial Irving, Texas/McArthur/Blinn College Ft. Lauderdale, Fla./University Lake Travis, Texas/Lake Travis Stephenville, Texas/Stephenville Arlington, Texas/Summitt Brenham, Texas/Brenham Columbia, S.C./Columbia/Mississippi Gulf Coast CC Dallas, Texas/Carter Missouri City, Texas/T. Marshall San Antonio, Texas/MacArthur Greensboro, N.C./Dudley Eastvale, Calif./Roosevelt/Riverside CC Mansfield, Texas/Timberview Spanish Fort, Ala./Spanish Fort Lake Travis, Texas/Lake Travis Lubbock, Texas/Monterey Schertz, Texas/Clemens Carson, Calif./Banning/LA Harbor College Matthews, N.C./Butler/L.A. Pierce JC Odessa, Texas/Permian Austin, Texas/Westlake Pflugerville, Texas/Hendrickson St. Helena, Calif./St. Helena/Redlands Lubbock, Texas/Frenship Irving, Texas/Nimitz Southlake, Texas/Carroll Austin, Texas/Lake Travis Longview, Texas/Longview Kilgore, Texas/Kilgore/Kilgore College Austin, Texas/Westlake Arlington, Texas/Sam Houston Austin, Texas/Austin Grand Prairie, Texas/South Grand Prairie Clute, Texas/Brazoswood Arlington, Texas/Sam Houston Plano, Texas, Canyon Creek Christian Academy Rockdale, Texas/Rockdale Houston, Texas/Alief Elsik Columbus, Texas/Columbus North Richland Hills, Texas/Richland Diana, Texas/New Diana Sulphur Springs, Texas/Sulphur Springs Tylertown, Miss./Bowling Green/Mississippi Gulf Coast CC Altair, Texas/Altair Rice Arlington, Texas/Arlington/Southwestern Oklahoma State El Paso, Texas/Franklin Lawton, Okla./Lawton/Butler CC Lubbock, Texas/Cooper Austin, Texas/Lyndon B. Johnson Waco, Texas/La Vega Mequon, Wis./Homestead Hastings, Fla./Menendez/Butler CC

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2012 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL DEPTH CHART THE NEW MEXICO GAME OFFENSE LT 65 LaAdrian Waddle ____6-6 _330 _ Sr-3L ______________ Columbus, Texas 73 Rashad Fortenberry ___6-5 _275 _ Jr-TR ______________ Tylertown, Miss.

DEFENSE LE 54 Dartwan Bush ______6-1 _256 _ Jr-2L _________________Clute, Texas 9 Branden Jackson _____6-4 _248 _ Fr-RS ______________ McKeesport, Pa.

LG

56 Alfredo Morales _____6-3 _302 _ Fr-RS ______________ Arlington, Texas 72 Beau Carpenter _____6-6 _284 _ So-1L __________ Sulphur Springs, Texas

T

91 Kerry Hyder ________6-2 _281 _ Jr-2L ________________ Austin, Texas 11 Leon Mackey _______6-5 _260 _ Sr-1L _____________ Wilmington, Del.

C

66 Deveric Gallington ____6-3 _319 _ Sr-3L ________North Richland Hills, Texas 75 Jared Kaster _______6-3 _271 _ Fr-RS _________________Altair, Texas

N

8 Delvon Simmons_____6-5 _290 _ So-1L ______________ McKeesport, Pa. 96 Dennell Wesley______6-1 _286 _ Jr-1L ________________Hastings, Fla.

RG

62 Le’Raven Clark ______6-5 _303 _ Fr-RS ______________ Rockdale, Texas 63 James Polk ________6-6 _332 _ So-1L _______________Houston, Texas

RE

43 Jackson Richards _____6-4 _248 _ So-1L ______________Southlake, Texas 10 Pete Robertson______6-3 _220 _ Fr-RS ______________ Longview, Texas

RT

68 Terry McDaniel ______6-7 _328 _ Sr-3L ________________ Diana, Texas 77 Trey Keenan _______6-6 _280 _ Fr-HS ________________ Argyle, Texas

SAM 1 Terrance Bullitt ______6-3 _221 _ Jr-2L _______________ Garland, Texas 18 Micah Awe ________6-0 _205 _ Fr-HS ______________ Arlington, Texas

QB

7 Seth Doege ________6-1 _197 _ Sr-3L ______________ Wolfforth, Texas 16 Michael Brewer _____6-1 _183 _ Fr-RS _____________ Lake Travis, Texas

MIKE 7 Will Smith ________6-3 _224 _ Jr-TR _______________Riverside, Calif. 25 Blake Dees ________6-0 _215 _ So-1L _____________ Spanish Fort, Ala.

F

24 Eric Stephens Jr. _____5-8 _201 _ Sr-3L ______________ Mansfield, Texas 34 Kenny Williams _____5-9 _219 _ So-1L _____________ Pflugerville, Texas

WILL 13 Sam Eguavoen ______6-1 _220 _ So-1L _______________ Garland, Texas 27 Zach Winbush ______6-1 _219 _ So-1L _______________ Schertz, Texas

X

18 Eric Ward _________6-0 _204 _ Jr-2L ____________ Wichita Falls, Texas 4 Bradley Marquez____ 5-11 _201 _ So-1L ________________Odessa, Texas

LS

12 D.J. Johnson _______6-0 _190 _ Sr-3L ________________ Austin, Texas 41 J.J. Gaines ________ 5-10 _180 _ Fr-RS ________________ Irving, Texas

H

86 Alex Torres ________6-1 _202 _ Sr-3L ________________El Paso, Texas 85 Jordan Davis _______5-9 _174 _So-RS ______________ Arlington, Texas

RS

16 Cody Davis ________6-2 _202 _ Sr-3L ____________ Stephenville, Texas 30 Austin Stewart ______6-0 _206 _ So-TR ______________ Matthews, N.C.

Y

83 Tyson Williams _____ 5-11 _210 _ Sr-RS ________________ Aldine, Texas 22 Jace Amaro ________6-5 _257 _ So-1L ____________ San Antonio, Texas

RC

31 Eugene Neboh _____ 5-10 _180 _ Sr-2L ________________Odessa, Texas 23 Jeremy Reynolds _____5-9 _175 _ Fr-RS ______________Greensboro, N.C.

Z

14 Darrin Moore _______6-4 _216 _ Sr-2L ________________ Irving, Texas 1 Javon Bell _________6-0 _180 _ Jr-TR ______________Jacksonville, Fla.

LC

24 Bruce Jones ________5-7 _171 _ Jr-TR _______________ Eastvale, Calif. 4 Derrick Mays ______ 5-11 _175 _ Jr-2L ________________Killeen, Texas

TE

22 Jace Amaro ________6-5 _257 _ So-1L ____________ San Antonio, Texas

NIKL 5 Tre’ Porter _________6-0 _202 _ Jr-2L ____________ Midwest City, Okla. 21 Jarvis Phillips ______ 5-10 _188 _ Jr-2L ________________ Dallas, Texas

BH

33 Omar Ontiveros _____6-1 _236 _ Jr-1L ________________ Austin, Texas 46 Chris Knighton ______6-1 _252 _ Jr-2L ______________ Longview, Texas

SPECIAL TEAMS DS 52 Alex Chester 57 David Brenner 58 Trent Williams

5-10 220 So-1L 6-0 219 Fr-RS 5-11 183 So-TR

Austin, Texas Plano, Texas Spring, Texas

PK

48 Ryan Bustin 49 Andrew Bowman

5-11 172 So-RS 6-1 217 Sr-SQ

Kilgore, Texas Austin, Texas

P

26 Ryan Erxleben 48 Ryan Bustin

6-1 191 Jr-2L 5-11 172 So-RS

Lake Travis, Texas Kilgore, Texas

KO

45 Kramer Fyfe 49 Andrew Bowman

5-8 6-1

159 So-SQ 217 Sr-SQ

PR

6 86 17 8

6-0 6-1 5-8 5-7

187 202 167 187

Austin Zouzalik Alex Torres Javares McRoy SaDale Foster

Sr-3L Sr-3L Fr-RS Jr-TR

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4 17 8 1

Bradley Marquez Javares McRoy SaDale Foster Javon Bell

5-11 5-8 5-7 6-0

201 167 187 180

So-1L Fr-RS Jr-TR Jr-TR

Odessa, Texas Lakeland, Fla. Riverside, Calif. Jacksonville, Fla.

Austin, Texas Austin, Texas Lubbock, Texas El Paso, Texas Lakeland, Fla. Riverside, Calif.

SAM = Outside Linebacker; MIKE = Inside Linebacker; WILL = Outside Linebacker

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2012 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL 2012 SEASON RESULTS (2-0, 0-0 BIG 12) Date Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 24

Opponent Northwestern State at Texas State New Mexico OPEN at Iowa State Oklahoma West Virginia at TCU at Kansas State Texas Kansas at Oklahoma State vs. Baylor

TEAM STATISTICS

Location Lubbock, Texas San Marcos, Texas Lubbock, Texas

Result W, 44-6 W, 58-10 6 p.m.

TV FSSWP ESPN3 FCS

Attendance 50,236 33,006 -

Ames, Iowa Lubbock, Texas Lubbock, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Manhattan, Kan. Lubbock, Texas Lubbock, Texas Stillwater, Okla. Arlington, Texas

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

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CATEGORY

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING GP Williams, Kenny .............................................................. 2 Stephens, Eric.................................................................. 2 Foster, SaDale.................................................................. 2 Doege, Seth..................................................................... 2 Grant, Jakeem ................................................................. 2 Bell, Javon ....................................................................... 1 Brewer, Michael .............................................................. 2 Total.......... ....................................................... 2 Opponents...... .................................................. 2

Att 20 22 21 3 1 1 1 69 58

PASSING G Doege, Seth.................................................................... 2 Brewer, Michael ............................................................. 2 Costilla, B. ...................................................................... 1 Total.......... .......................................................2 Opponents...... ..................................................2

Effic 165.62 166.23 217.60 166.36 79.05

Loss 1 0 4 0 0 5 7 17 35

Net 136 120 96 22 3 -5 -7 365 142

Avg 6.8 5.5 4.6 7.3 3.0 -5.0 -7.0 5.3 2.4

TD 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 0

Long 27 46 15 15 3 0 0 46 16

Avg/G 68.0 60.0 48.0 11.0 1.5 -5.0 -3.5 182.5 71.0

Att-Cmp-Int 48-66-1 17-24-0 1-1-0 66-91-1 24-52-2

Pct 72.7 70.8 100.0 72.5 46.2

Yds 518 194 14 726 212

TD 6 2 0 8 1

Lng 42 24 14 42 25

Avg/G 259.0 97.0 14.0 363.0 106.0

RECEIVING G No. Marquez, Brad.............................................................................................................. 2 .............. 10 Grant, Jakeem .............................................................................................................. 2 ................ 8 Amaro, Jace .................................................................................................................. 2 ................ 7 Bell, Javon .................................................................................................................... 1 ................ 5 Moore, Darrin ............................................................................................................... 1 ................ 5 Kennard, Marcus .......................................................................................................... 2 ................ 4 Davis, Jordan ................................................................................................................ 2 ................ 4 Williams, Kenny ........................................................................................................... 2 ................ 4 Torres, Alex................................................................................................................... 2 ................ 3 Edwards, Der. ............................................................................................................... 2 ................ 3 Ward, Eric ..................................................................................................................... 1 ................ 3 Stephens, Eric............................................................................................................... 2 ................ 3 Williams, Tyson ............................................................................................................ 1 ................ 2 Zouzalik, Aust............................................................................................................... 2 ................ 2 Foster, SaDale............................................................................................................... 2 ................ 2 McRoy, Javares ............................................................................................................. 1 ................ 1 Total.......... .............................................................................................2 ............66 Opponents...... ........................................................................................2 ............24

Yds 111 103 104 81 73 40 33 25 37 28 26 11 22 19 10 3 726 212

Avg 11.1 12.9 14.9 16.2 14.6 10.0 8.2 6.2 12.3 9.3 8.7 3.7 11.0 9.5 5.0 3.0 11.0 8.8

PUNTING No. Erxleben, Ryan ...................................................................................1 Total.......... ...................................................................... 1 Opponents...... ................................................................12

Yds 41 41 532

Avg 41.0 41.0 44.3

Long 41 41 64

TB 0 0 0

FC 0 0 4

I20 0 0 5

Blkd 0 0 0

KICKOFFS No. Fyfe, Kramer ..................................................................................14 Bowman, Andrew .............................................................................4 Total.......... .......................................................................................18 Opponents...... ...................................................................................6

Yds 873 255 1128 369

Avg 62.4 63.8 62.7 61.5

TB 3 0 3 3

OB 0 0 0 0

Retn

Net

YdLn

330 89

40.2 34.2

24 30

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Gain 137 120 100 22 3 0 0 382 177

TD 0 0 1 1 2 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 1

Long 23 42 24 31 24 14 14 21 23 12 15 7 14 12 7 3 42 25

Avg/G 55.5 51.5 52.0 81.0 73.0 20.0 16.5 12.5 18.5 14.0 26.0 5.5 22.0 9.5 5.0 3.0 363.0 106.0

TECH

OPP

SCORING ........................................................ 102 Points Per Game ....................................................... 51.0

16 8.0

FIRST DOWNS ................................................... 69 Rushing ....................................................................... 19 Passing ........................................................................ 39 Penalty ........................................................................ 11

22 7 12 3

RUSHING YARDAGE ......................................... 365 Yards gained rushing ................................................. 382 Yards lost rushing ........................................................ 17 Rushing Attempts........................................................ 69 Average Per Rush ........................................................ 5.3 Average Per Game .................................................. 182.5 TDs Rushing ................................................................... 3

142 177 35 58 2.4 71.0 0

PASSING YARDAGE .......................................... 726 Comp-Att-Int ...................................................... 66-91-1 Average Per Pass......................................................... 8.0 Average Per Catch ..................................................... 11.0 Average Per Game .................................................. 363.0 TDs Passing .................................................................... 8

212 24-52-2 4.1 8.8 106.0 1

TOTAL OFFENSE .............................................1091 Total Plays.................................................................. 160 Average Per Play ......................................................... 6.8 Average Per Game .................................................. 545.5

354 110 3.2 177.0

KICK RETURNS: #-Yards .................................. 3-89 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards ................................. 4-44 INT RETURNS: #-Yards ...................................2-106 KICK RETURN AVERAGE................................... 29.7 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE ................................. 11.0 INT RETURN AVERAGE .................................... 53.0 FUMBLES-LOST ................................................ 3-2

15-330 0-0 1-49 22.0 0.0 49.0 2-0

PENALTIES-YARDS .......................................13-135 Average Per Game .................................................... 67.5

16-182 91.0

PUNTS-YARDS ............................................... 1-41 Average Per Punt ...................................................... 41.0 Net punt average ...................................................... 41.0

12-532 44.3 40.7

TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME ...........................31:56

28:00

3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS ............................ 17/27 3rd-Down Pct ...........................................................63%

9/29 31%

4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS ................................ 1/2 4th-Down Pct ...........................................................50%

1/2 50%

SACKS BY-Yards ............................................. 3-14 MISC YARDS ....................................................... 0 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED ...................................... 12 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ................................... 6-6 ON-SIDE KICKS................................................. 1-1 RED-ZONE SCORES ............................ (13-13) 100% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS....................... (9-13) 69% PAT-ATTEMPTS ................................. (12-12) 100%

1-7 0 1 3-4 0-0 (1-1) 100% (0-1) 0% (1-1) 100%

ATTENDANCE ...............................................50237 Games/Avg Per Game .........................................1/50237 Neutral Site Games ..........................................................

33006 1/33006 0/0

SCORE BY QUARTERS Texas Tech Opponents

1st 28 0

2nd 34 13

3rd 20 0

4th 20 3

OT

Total 102 16

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2012 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL SCORING TD Bustin, Ryan .................................................................... 0 Kennard, Marcus ............................................................. 2 Williams, Kenny .............................................................. 2 Moore, Darrin .................................................................. 2 Stephens, Eric.................................................................. 2 Bell, Javon ....................................................................... 1 Torres, Alex...................................................................... 1 Amaro, Jace ..................................................................... 1 Davis, Cody ...................................................................... 1 Bowman, Andrew ........................................................... 0 Total.......... ..................................................... 12

Rush 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

Pass 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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

Saf 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Points 27 12 12 12 12 6 6 6 6 3 102

TOTAL OFFENSE G Doege, Seth................................................................................................................................2 Brewer, Michael .........................................................................................................................2 Williams, Kenny .........................................................................................................................2 Stephens, Eric.............................................................................................................................2 Foster, SaDale.............................................................................................................................2 Costilla, B. ..................................................................................................................................1 Grant, Jakeem ............................................................................................................................2 Bell, Javon ..................................................................................................................................1 Total.......... ........................................................................................................ 2 Opponents...... ................................................................................................... 2

Plays 69 25 20 22 21 1 1 1 160 110

Rush 22 -7 136 120 96 0 3 -5 365 142

Pass 518 194 0 0 0 14 0 0 726 212

Total 540 187 136 120 96 14 3 -5 1091 354

Avg/G 270.0 93.5 68.0 60.0 48.0 14.0 1.5 -5.0 545.5 177.0

FIELD GOALS Bustin, Ryan Bowman, Andrew

FGM-FGA 5-5 1-1

FGs 5-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 6-6

Pct 100.0 100.0

Kick 12-12 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 12-12

01-19 0-0 0-0

20-29 0-0 1-1

30-39 4-4 0-0

40-49 0-0 0-0

50-99 1-1 0-0

Lg 50 21

Blk 0 0

FG SEQUENCE Texas Tech OPPONENTS Northwestern State ............................................................ (31),(36),(37) .....................................................38,(47),(46) Texas State ......................................................................... (38),(50),(21) ................................................................. (38) Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made. ALL PURPOSE G Foster, SaDale.....................................................................................2 Williams, Kenny .................................................................................2 Marquez, Brad....................................................................................2 Stephens, Eric.....................................................................................2 Grant, Jakeem ....................................................................................2 Amaro, Jace ........................................................................................2 Davis, Cody .........................................................................................2 Bell, Javon ..........................................................................................1 Moore, Darrin .....................................................................................1 Zouzalik, Aust.....................................................................................2 Kennard, Marcus ................................................................................2 Torres, Alex.........................................................................................2 Davis, Jordan ......................................................................................2 Edwards, Der. .....................................................................................2 Ward, Eric ...........................................................................................1 Doege, Seth........................................................................................2 Williams, Tyson ..................................................................................1 Reynolds, Jere. ...................................................................................2 McRoy, Javares ...................................................................................1 Brewer, Michael .................................................................................2 Total.......... ...................................................................... 2

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Rush 96 136 0 120 3 0 0 -5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 22 0 0 0 -7 365

Rec 10 25 111 11 103 104 0 81 73 19 40 37 33 28 26 0 22 0 3 0 726

PR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 44 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 44

KOR 67 0 22 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 89

IR 0 0 0 0 0 0 88 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 0 0 106

Tot 173 161 133 131 106 104 88 76 73 63 40 37 33 28 26 22 22 18 3 -7 1330

Avg/G 86.5 80.5 66.5 65.5 53.0 52.0 44.0 76.0 73.0 31.5 20.0 18.5 16.5 14.0 26.0 11.0 22.0 9.0 3.0 -3.5 665.0

PUNT RET No. Zouzalik, Aust................................4 Total.......... .......................... 4 Opponents...... ..................... 0

Yds 44 44 0

Avg 11.0 11.0 0.0

TD 0 0 0

Long 19 19 0

INTERCEPTIONS No. Davis, Cody ....................................1 Reynolds, Jere. ..............................1 Total.......... .......................... 2 Opponents...... ..................... 1

Yds 88 18 106 49

Avg 88.0 18.0 53.0 49.0

TD 1 0 1 0

Long 88 18 88 49

KICK RET No. Foster, SaDale................................2 Marquez, Brad...............................1 Total.......... .......................... 3 Opponents...... ....................15

Yds 67 22 89 330

Avg 33.5 22.0 29.7 22.0

TD 0 0 0 0

Long 40 22 40 37

FUMBLE RET No. Total.......... ....................................0 Opponents...... ..............................0

Yds 0 0

Avg 0.0 0.0

TD 0 0

Long 0 0

CONVERSIONS Third Down Texas Tech Opponents

1 6-7 4-8

2 8-10 2-7

3 2-6 2-8

4 1-4 1-6

Total 17-27 9-29

Fourth Down Texas Tech Opponents

1 0-1 0-0

2 0-0 1-1

3 0-0 0-1

4 1-1 0-0

Total 1-2 1-2

TURNOVERS Takeaways – 2 Turnovers – 1 Points Off Turnovers – Tech: 7 Opponents: 0 Points Off Turnovers/Game – Texas Tech: 3.5 Opponents: 0 RED ZONE Texas Tech Red Zone Entries – 13 of 13 (100 %) Scores – 13 (9 TDs, 3 Rush TDs, 6 Pass TDs 4 FGs) Non-Scores – 0 (0 HALF, 0 DOWNS, 0 MFG 0 INT) Opponent Red Zone Entries – 1 of 1 (100%) Scores – 1 (0 TDs, 0 Rush TDs 1 FGs) Non-Scores – 0 (0 FUM. 0 DOWNS, 0 MFG) KICKOFFS Kickoffs – 18 Touchbacks – 3 Opponent Kickoff Returns – 15 for 330 yards (22.0) Fair Catches – 0 Out of Bounds – 0

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2012 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL DEFENSIVE STATISTICS DEFENSE GP 16 Davis, Cody...................................................................................................... 2 7A Smith, Will ...................................................................................................... 2 12 Johnson, D.J. ................................................................................................... 2 1A Bullitt, Terr. ..................................................................................................... 2 13 Eguavoen, Sam ............................................................................................... 2 31 Neboh, Eugene ............................................................................................... 2 5 Porter, Tre’ ....................................................................................................... 2 41 Gaines, J.J. ...................................................................................................... 2 2 Douglas, Corne. ............................................................................................... 2 25 Dees, Blake ..................................................................................................... 2 91 Hyder, Kerry .................................................................................................... 2 38 Hogue, Summitt ............................................................................................. 2 94 Phillips, Don.................................................................................................... 2 23 Reynolds, Jere. ................................................................................................ 2 96 Wesley, Dennell .............................................................................................. 2 2E Phillips, Jarv. ................................................................................................... 1 2A Mays, Derrick .................................................................................................. 1 2D Jones, Bruce .................................................................................................... 2 53 Evans, Kindred ................................................................................................ 2 43 Richards, Jack. ................................................................................................ 2 8B Awe, Micah ..................................................................................................... 2 8A Simmons, Delvon ............................................................................................ 2 9 Jackson, Bran. ................................................................................................. 2 11 Mackey, Leon .................................................................................................. 2 27 Winbush, Zach ................................................................................................ 2 29 Falemi, Ola ...................................................................................................... 1 7B Pearson, Brad.................................................................................................. 1 37 Yeakey, Chris ................................................................................................... 1 54 Bush, Dartwan ................................................................................................ 2 30 Stewart, Austin ............................................................................................... 2 15 Cooper, Justin ................................................................................................. 2 10 Robertson, Pete .............................................................................................. 2 68 McDaniel, Terry ............................................................................................... 2 Total............................................................................................ 2 Opponents...... ............................................................................. 2

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|-------Tackles-------| UA AS Tot 12 1 13 6 3 9 9 . 9 6 . 6 5 1 6 6 . 6 3 2 5 2 2 4 3 1 4 3 . 3 3 . 3 3 . 3 3 . 3 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 2 . 2 2 . 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 2 . 2 1 . 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 . 1 1 1 . 1 . 1 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 85 20 105 117 18 135

TFL/Yds 0.5-1 0.5-1 2.0-13 1.0-3 . . . . 1.0-6 . 3.0-10 . . . . . . . . . 0.5-2 1.0-2 . . . . . . 0.5-0 . . . . 10-38 5.0-13

|-Sacks-| No-Yds . . 1.0-8 . . . . . . . 1.0-4 . . . . . . . . . . 1.0-2 . . . . . . . . . . . 3-14 1-7

|---Pass Def---| Int-Yds BrUp 1-88 . . . . . . 1 . . . 2 . . . . . . . . . 3 . . . . 1-18 . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-106 7 1-49 7

QBH . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . 1 . . . . 3 .

|-Fumbles-| Rv-Yds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-0

FF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . 1 2

Blkd Kk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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

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2012 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL GAME-BY-GAME STARTERS GAME NORTHWESTERN ST. TEXAS STATE NEW MEXICO IOWA STATE OKLAHOMA WEST VIRGINA TCU KANSAS STATE TEXAS KANSAS OKLAHOMA STATE BAYLOR DEFENSIVE STARTERS GAME NORTHWESTERN ST. TEXAS STATE NEW MEXICO IOWA STATE OKLAHOMA WEST VIRGINIA TCU KANSAS STATE TEXAS KANSAS OKLAHOMA STATE BAYLOR

LT Waddle Waddle

LG Morales A. Marales A.

C Gallington Gallington

RG Clark Clark

RT McDaniel McDaniel

QB Doege Doege

F Williams Williams

LE Bush Jackson

NT Hyder Hyder

DT Simmons Simmons

RE Richards Richards

SAM Eguaveon Eguaveon

MIKE Smith Smith

WILL Bullitt Bullitt

H Torres Amaro

X Ward Bell

CB Douglas Douglas

Y Amaro Williams

WS Johnson Johnson

SS Davis David

Z Marquez Moore

CB Neboh Neboh

GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS SCORE

TOT

FIRST DOWNS RU-PA-PE

Texas Tech vs.Northwestern St.

44 3

37 6

Texas Tech at Texas State

58 10

32 16

GAME

RUSHING NO-YDS-TD

C-A-I

PASSING YDS

TD

TOT OFF PL-YDS

PUNTS NO-AVG

FUM F-L

10-20-7 0-4-2

46-179-2 28-13-0

33-47-1 11-21-0

321 71

3 0

93-500 49-84

1-41 7-43.4

2-1 2-0

9-19-4 7-8-1

23-186-1 30-129-0

33-44-0 13-31-2

405 141

5 1

68-591 61-270

0-0.0 5-45.6

1-1 0-0

PENALTIES NO-YDS

3RD DNS

TIMEOF POSS

6-45 8-88

10-16 3-14

36:04 23:56

7-90 8-94

7-11 6-15

27:48 32:03

Texas Tech vs. New Mexico Texas Tech vs. Iowa State Texas Tech vs. Oklahoma Texas Tech vs. West Virginia Texas Tech vs. TCU Texas Tech vs. Kansas State Texas Tech vs. Texas Texas Tech vs. Kansas Texas Tech vs. Oklahoma State Texas Tech vs. Baylor

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2012 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL GAME-BY GAME STATISTICS - INDIVIDUAL RUSHING Rush-Yds/TD NWSU Bell............................................................0-0/0 Brewer ......................................................1-7/0 Doege .......................................................2-7/0 Foster ....................................................11-44/0 Grant .........................................................1-3/0 Stephens ...............................................16-58/2 Williams ................................................15-75/0

TXST 1-0/0 0-0/0 1-15/0 10-56/0 0-0/0 6-62/0 5-62/1

NM

ISU

OU

WVU

TCU

KSU

UT

KU

OKST

BU

RECEIVING Rec-Yds/TD NWSU Amaro .....................................................4-49/0 Bell............................................................0-0/0 Davis .......................................................2-23/0 Edwards ..................................................1-11/0 Foster ........................................................1-7/0 Grant .......................................................3-25/0 Kennard ..................................................4-40/2 Marquez ..................................................7-92/0 McRoy .......................................................1-3/0 Moore .......................................................0-0/0 Stephens .................................................3-11/0 Torres ........................................................1-4/0 Ward .......................................................3-26/0 Williams, K. .............................................2-23/1 Williams, T. ................................................0-0/0 Zouzalik.....................................................1-7/0

TXST 3-55/1 5-81/1 2-10/0 2-17/0 1-3/0 5-78/0 0-0/0 3-19/0 0-0/0 5-73/2 0-0/0 2-33/1 0-0/0 2-2/0 2-22/0 1-12/0

NM

ISU

OU

WVU

TCU

KSU

UT

KU

OKST

BU

PASSING C-A-I-Yds/TD .......................#7 Doege NWSU................................ 23-34-1-199/1 TXST .................................. 25-32-0-319/5 NM ISU OU WVU TCU KSU UT KU OKST BU

TACKLES UT-AT-TT NWSU Awe ..................................................0-0-0 Bullitt ...............................................4-0-4 Bush .................................................0-1-1 Cooper..............................................0-0-0 Davis ................................................8-1-9 Dees .................................................1-0-1 Douglas ............................................1-1-2 Eguavoen .........................................3-1-4 Evans................................................0-0-0 Falemi ..............................................0-0-0 Gaines ..............................................1-0-1 Hougue ............................................2-0-2 Hyder ...............................................3-0-3 Jackson ............................................0-0-0 Johnson............................................3-0-3 Jones ................................................0-1-1 Mays ................................................0-0-0 Mackey.............................................1-0-1 McDaniel ..........................................1-0-1 Neboh ..............................................3-0-3 Phillips .............................................2-0-2 Porter ...............................................0-1-1 Reynolds ..........................................1-0-1 Richards ...........................................0-0-0 Robertson ........................................1-0-1 Simmons ..........................................1-0-1 Smith ...............................................3-0-3 Stewart ............................................1-0-1 Winbush...........................................0-0-0 Yeakey..............................................0-0-0

#16 Brewer 10-13-0-122/2 7-11-0-72/0

FIELD GOALS Made, Missed, Blocked .......................... #48 Bustin #49 Bowman NWSU...........................................................31,36,37 TXST .................................................................. 38,50 21, NM ISU OU WVU TCU KSU UT KU OKST BU

#13 Costilla 0-0-0-0/0 1-1-0-14/0

TXST 1-1-2 2-0-2 0-0-0 0-1-1 4-0-4 2-0-2 2-0-2 2-0-2 2-0-2 1-0-1 1-2-3 1-0-1 0-0-0 1-1-2 6-0-6 1-0-1 1-1-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 3-0-3 1-0-1 3-1-4 0-1-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-1-0 3-0-3 0-0-0 1-0-1 1-0-1

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ISU

OU

WVU

TCU

KSU

PUNTING Number-Avg./I20 ...................#26 Erxleben NWSU............................................................... 1-40/0 TXST ...............................................................0-0/0 NM ISU OU WVU TCU KSU UT KU OKST BU

UT

KU

OKST

BU

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2012 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL SUPERLATIVES (GAME-HIGHS) INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

Rushes .........................................16........................................................Stephens, Eric vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) Yards Rushing...............................74.................................................... Williams, Kenny vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) TD Rushes.....................................2..........................................................Stephens, Eric vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) Long Rush ....................................46..................................................................... Stephens, Eric at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Pass attempts...............................34...........................................................Doege, Seth vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) Pass completions..........................25........................................................................ Doege, Seth at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Yards Passing................................319...................................................................... Doege, Seth at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) TD Passes......................................5.......................................................................... Doege, Seth at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Long Pass .....................................42........................................................................ Doege, Seth at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Receptions ...................................7.........................................................Marquez, Brad vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) Yards Receiving ............................92.......................................................Marquez, Brad vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) TD Receptions ..............................2..................................................... Kennard, Marcus vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) ...............................................................................................................................Moore, Darrin at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Long Reception ............................42.....................................................................Grant, Jakeem at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Field Goals....................................3............................................................Bustin, Ryan vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) Long Field Goal ............................50........................................................................Bustin, Ryan at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Punts............................................1........................................................ Erxleben, Ryan vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) Punting Avg .................................41.0................................................... Erxleben, Ryan vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) Long Punt.....................................41...................................................... Erxleben, Ryan vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) Punts inside 20.............................0........................................................................................................................................... Long Punt Return .........................19.......................................................Zouzalik, Aust. vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) Long Kickoff Return ......................40..................................................................... Foster, SaDale at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Tackles .........................................9..............................................................Davis, Cody vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) Sacks ............................................1.0.................................................Simmons, Delvon vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) .................................................................................................................. Johnson, D.J. vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) ................................................................................................................... Hyder, Kerry vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) Tackles For Loss ............................3.0......................................................... Hyder, Kerry vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) Interceptions ................................1............................................................................Davis, Cody at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) .............................................................................................................................Reynolds, Jere. at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012)

Rushes .........................................11.................................................. Henderson, Brad, vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) Yards Rushing...............................35..................................................................... Rutherford, S, at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) TD Rushes.....................................0........................................................................................................................................... Long Rush ....................................16.............................................................................Franks, T, at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Pass attempts...............................22.........................................................................Arndt, Tyler, at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Pass completions..........................12.........................................................................Arndt, Tyler, at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Yards Passing................................130.......................................................................Arndt, Tyler, at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) TD Passes......................................1...........................................................................Arndt, Tyler, at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Long Pass .....................................25.........................................................................Arndt, Tyler, at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Receptions ...................................4.........................................................Harvey Phillip, vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) Yards Receiving ............................38.............................................................................Franks, T, at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) TD Receptions ..............................1...............................................................................Franks, T, at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Long Reception ............................25.............................................................................Franks, T, at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Field Goals....................................2.....................................................Shaughnessy, Jo, vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) Long Field Goal ............................47...................................................Shaughnessy, Jo, vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) Punts............................................7...............................................................Russo, Nic, vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) Punting Avg .................................48.0.................................................................. Rutherford, S, at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Long Punt.....................................64.............................................................Russo, Nic, vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) Punts inside 20.............................3...............................................................Russo, Nic, vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) Long Punt Return .........................0........................................................................................................................................... Long Kickoff Return ......................37.......................................................Harvey Phillip, vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) Tackles .........................................9............................................................ Rose, Derek, vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) Sacks ............................................1.0..........................................................White, Bert, vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) Tackles For Loss ............................1.0..........................................................White, Bert, vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) ...............................................................................................................Sellers, Wa’Der, vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) ................................................................................................................................ Iwuji, Justin, at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) ............................................................................................................................Moncure, Chad, at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) ............................................................................................................................... McColloch, B, at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Interceptions ................................1.......................................................... Paige, Cortez, vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012)

TEAM GAME HIGHS

OPPONENT TEAM GAME HIGHS

Rushes .........................................46.............................................................................. vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) Yards Rushing...............................186..........................................................................................at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Yards Per Rush ..............................8.1...........................................................................................at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) TD Rushes.....................................2................................................................................ vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) Pass attempts...............................47.............................................................................. vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) Pass completions..........................33.............................................................................. vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) .....................................................................................................................................................at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Yards Passing................................405..........................................................................................at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Yards Per Pass ...............................9.2...........................................................................................at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) TD Passes......................................5..............................................................................................at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Total Plays ....................................93.............................................................................. vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) Total Offense ................................591..........................................................................................at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Yards Per Play ...............................8.8...........................................................................................at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Points ...........................................58............................................................................................at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Sacks By .......................................3................................................................................ vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) First Downs ..................................37.............................................................................. vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) Penalties ......................................7..............................................................................................at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Penalty Yards ................................90............................................................................................at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Turnovers .....................................2................................................................................ vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) Interceptions By ...........................2..............................................................................................at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Punts............................................1................................................................................ vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) Punting Avg .................................41.0........................................................................... vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) Long Punt.....................................41.............................................................................. vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) Punts inside 20.............................0........................................................................................................................................... Long Punt Return .........................19.............................................................................. vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012)

Rushes .........................................30............................................................................................at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Yards Rushing...............................129..........................................................................................at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Yards Per Rush ..............................4.3...........................................................................................at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) TD Rushes.....................................0........................................................................................................................................... Pass attempts...............................31............................................................................................at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Pass completions..........................13............................................................................................at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Yards Passing................................141..........................................................................................at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Yards Per Pass ...............................4.5...........................................................................................at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) TD Passes......................................1..............................................................................................at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Total Plays ....................................61............................................................................................at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Total Offense ................................270..........................................................................................at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Yards Per Play ...............................4.4...........................................................................................at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Points ...........................................10............................................................................................at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Sacks By .......................................1................................................................................ vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) First Downs ..................................16............................................................................................at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Penalties ......................................8................................................................................ vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) .....................................................................................................................................................at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Penalty Yards ................................94............................................................................................at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Turnovers .....................................2..............................................................................................at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Interceptions By ...........................1................................................................................ vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) Punts............................................7................................................................................ vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) Punting Avg .................................45.6.........................................................................................at Texas State (Sep 08, 2012) Long Punt.....................................64.............................................................................. vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) Punts inside 20.............................3................................................................................ vs Northwestern State (Sep 01, 2012) Long Punt Return .........................0...........................................................................................................................................

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2012 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL LONGEST PLAYS - TEXAS TECH - 25-PLUS YARDS YARDS OPPONENT PLAY/SITUATION/RESULT 88.........................TXST...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Cody Davis 88-yard INT return/TD 46.........................TXST.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Eric Stephens 46-yard rush/1st Down 42.........................TXST.........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Jakeem Grant 42-yard reception from Seth Doege/1st Down 40.........................TXST...............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................SeDale Foster 40-yard kickoff return 31.........................TXST.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Javon Bell 31-yard receeption from Seth Doege/1st Down 27.........................TXST.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. SeDale Foster 27-yard kickoff return/1st Down 25.........................NWST................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Michael Brewer 25-yard pass to Jace Amaro/1st Down

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2012 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL LONGEST PLAYS - OPPONENT - 25-PLUS YARDS YARDS OPPONENT PLAY/SITUATION/RESULT 49.........................NWST...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Cortez Paige 49-yard interception return 37.........................NWST............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Phillip Harvey 37-yard kickoff return/1st Down 30.........................TXST.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Jafus Gaines 30-yard kickoff return/1st Down 29.........................TXST.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Isaiah Battle 29-yard kickoff return 25.........................TXST.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Terrance Franks 25-yard reception/TD

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2012 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL SCORING DRIVES TEXAS TECH Opponent NWST NWST NWST NWST NWST NWST NWST NWST TXST TXST TXST TXST TXST TXST TXST TXST TXST TXST

No. of Total Plays Yards 16 79 10 75 12 49 11 68 11 65 7 55 12 63 7 53 0 0 3 40 7 75 6 99 4 65 8 31 6 87 8 73 7 1 9 58

OPPONENTS Drive Type of Time Score 6:35 TD 3:32 TD 4:06 TD 3:00 FG 4:05 FG 2:24 FG 4:52 TD 2:59 TD 0:00 TD 0:48 TD 2:08 TD 2:46 TD 1:21 TD 3:15 FG 2:25 TD 3:05 TD 2:37 FG 3:39 FG

Score Qtr/Time 1st/2:50 2nd/11:16 2nd/6:16 2nd/1:15 3rd/6:16 4th/12:14 4th/5:46 4th/1:25 1st/11:25 1st/10:34 1st/5:56 2nd/14:08 2nd/9:24 3rd/15:00 3rd/10:03 3rd/4:59 3rd/0:00 4th/8:32

Drive Start T21 T25 N49 T18 T16 T25 T37 T47 T12 B40 T25 T1 T35 T38 T13 T27 B34 T38

Scoring Play Eric Stephens 4-yard rush Eric Stephens 2-yard rush Seth Doege 2-yard pass to K. Williams Ryan Bustin 31-yard FG Ryan Bustin 36-yard FG Ryan Bustin 37-yard FG Michael Brewer 12-yard pass to M. Kennard Michael Brewer 3-yard pass to M. Kennard Cody Davis 88-yard Interception Return Seth Doege 23-yard pass to D. Moore Seth Doege 4-yard pass to D. Moore Seth Doege 23-yard pass to A. Torres Seth Doege 19-yard pass to J. Amaro Ryan Bustin 38-yard Field Goal Seth Doege 8-yard pass to Javon Bell Kenny Williams 16-yard run Ryan Bustin 50-yard FG Andrew Bowman 21-yard field goal

TEXAS TECH’S LONGEST (BY YARDAGE) DRIVES OF THE YEAR Opponent TXST NWST NWST NWST NWST NWST

No. of Total Plays Yards 6 87 16 79 10 75 11 68 11 65 12 63

Drive Type of Score Time Score Qtr/Time 2:25 TD 3rd/10:03 6:35 TD 1st/2:50 3:32 TD 2nd/11:16 3:00 FG 2nd/1:15 4:05 FG 3rd/6:16 4:52 TD 4th/5:46

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Drive Start T13 T21 T25 T18 T16 T37

Scoring Play Seth Doege 8-yard pass to Javon Bell Eric Stephens 4-yard rush Eric Stephens 2-yard rush Ryan Bustin 31-yard FG Ryan Bustin 36-yard FG Michael Brewer 12-yard pass to M. Kennard

Opponent NWST NWST TXST TXST

No. of Total Plays Yards 10 45 4 -10 7 80 12 53

Drive Type of Score Time Score Qtr/Time 3:02 FG 2nd/14:48 1:02 FG 4th/14:56 3:08 TD 2nd/10:54 5:52 FG 2nd/3:25

Drive Start N25 T19 B20 B26

Scoring Play Jo Shaughnessy 47-yard FG Jo Shaughnessy 46-yard FG Tyler Arndt 25-yard TD pass Will Johnson 38-yard field goal

TEXAS TECH’S QUICKEST DRIVES OF THE YEAR Opponent TXST TXST NWST TXST TXST

No. of Total Plays Yards 3 40 4 65 7 55 6 87 7 1

Drive Type of Time Score 0:48 TD 1:21 TD 2:24 FG 2:25 TD 2:37 FG

Score Qtr/Time 1st/10:34 2nd/9:24 4th/12:14 3rd/10:03 3rd/0:00

Drive Start B40 T35 T25 T13 B34

Scoring Play Seth Doege 23-yard pass to D. Moore Seth Doege 19-yard pass to J. Amaro Ryan Bustin 37-yard FG Seth Doege 8-yard pass to Javon Bell Ryan Bustin 50-yard FG

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2012 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL BY THE NUMBERS

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

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

3: Individuals were inducted into Tech’s Ring of Honor: Donny Anderson, EJ Holub & Dave Parks. 37: Career starts by senior Cody Davis marks the most by any active Red Raider. 4: Career multiple rushing touchdown games by senior Eric Stephens.

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

4: First-half touchdown passes by Seth Doege at Texas State on Sept. 8.

42: All-time meeting between Texas Tech and New Mexico entering this year (Tech leads 36-6)

5: Touchdown passes by Seth Doege at Texas State tied a career-high (2011 - at New Mexico).

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

6: First downs allowed by the Red Raiders in the season opener against Northwestern State.

48: Non-conference (regular season) career wins for Tommy Tuberville (48-6, .889%)

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

50: Victories for Texas Tech at home (50-13, .794) since 2002.

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

52: Wins over non-ranked opponents at home (52-4, .929) since 2000.

10: Career 300-yard passing games for QB Seth Doege.

84: Total yards allowed by Tech in its season opener against Northwestern State.

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

88: Years of Texas Tech Football.

13: All-time bowl victories for Texas Tech (has won 7 of the last 9 bowl games).

94: Degrees at kickoff in Texas Tech’s season opener in Lubbock against Northwestern State.

13: Different Red Raiders caught at least one pass in the Red Raiders season opener.

100: All-time wins for Texas Tech in televised games.

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

125: Career coaching victories for Tommy Tuberville in his 17th season as a head coach.

16: Total points allowed by Tech in the first two games (fewest since 1998 - 3).

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

16: Bowl appearances for Texas Tech since 1993.

963: All-time games played by the Red Raiders following Week 2 at Texas State.

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

1,940: Career receiving yards for junior Alex Torres (leads active Red Raiders).

23: Newcomers saw action in the season opener for the Red Raiders (14 freshmen).

3,970: Career all-purpose yards for Eric Stephens in 33 career games (7th in Tech history).

27: Consecutive starts by OL Deveric Gallington & LaAdrian Waddle lead all active Red Raiders.

4,949: Career passing yards for quarterback Seth Doege in 20 career games at Tech.

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

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

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2012 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL THE LAST TIME TEXAS TECH ... TEXAS TECH - TEAM

OFFENSE SCORING (All Games) Scored 40 or more points Scored 50 or more points Scored 60 or more points Scored 70 or more points Scored 80 or more points

____________________________58, at Texas State (2012) ____________________________58, at Texas State (2012) __________________________ 64, vs. Weber State (2010) ______________________ 75, vs. Northwestern State (2007) ______________________ 80, vs. Sam Houston State (2005)

Was held to 10 or fewer points ____________________ 6, vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011) Was held to 7 or fewer points _____________________ 6, vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011) Was held to 3 or fewer points ____________________________ 3, at #20 TCU (2006) Was shutout ___________________________________ 0, at #2 Nebraska (1997) Was shutout in back-to-back games _______________ vs. SMU, 0-14, at Rice, 0-14 (1962) Was held without an offensive touchdown ______________ vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011) Was held without a touchdown ____________________________at #20 TCU (2006) Allowed 40 or more points __________________________ 66, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) Allowed 50 or more points __________________________ 66, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) Allowed 60 or more points __________________________ 66, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) Shutout opponent ______________________ vs. Southeastern Louisiana, 62-0 (2006) Shutout opponent in back-to-back games ______ at Texas Wesleyan, 13-0, at New Mexico, 27-0 (1949) Held opponent without an offensive touchdown _______vs. Northwestern State, 44-6 (2012) SCORING (Home Games) Scored 40 or more points ______________________ 44, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Scored 50 or more points ___________________________ 50, vs. Texas State (2011) Scored 60 or more points __________________________ 64, vs. Weber State (2010) Scored 70 or more points ______________________ 75, vs. Northwestern State (2007) Scored 80 or more points ______________________ 80, vs. Sam Houston State (2005) Was held to 10 or fewer points ____________________ 6, vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011) Was held to 7 or fewer points _____________________ 6, vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011) Was held to 3 or fewer points _________________________ 3, vs. #1 Nebraska (2000) Was shutout __________________________________ 0, vs. #20 Arkansas (1987) Was held without an offensive touchdown ______________ vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011) Was held without a touchdown ________________________ vs. #1 Nebraska (2000) Allowed 40 or more points _____________________ 66, vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011) Allowed 50 or more points _____________________ 66, vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011) Allowed 60 or more points _____________________ 66, vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011) Shutout opponent ______________________ vs. Southeastern Louisiana, 62-0 (2006) Held opponent without an offensive touchdown _______vs. Northwestern State, 44-6 (2012) SCORING (Away Games) Scored 40 or more points ____________________________58, at Texas State (2012) Scored 50 or more points ____________________________58, at Texas State (2012) Scored 60 or more points ___________________________ 63, at #19 Kansas (2008) Scored 70 or more points ________________________________________ N/A Was held to 10 or fewer points _______________________ 7, at #16 Oklahoma (2010) Was held to 7 or fewer points ________________________ 7, at #16 Oklahoma (2010) Was held to 3 or fewer points ____________________________ 3, at #20 TCU (2006) Was shutout ___________________________________ 0, at #2 Nebraska (1997) Was held without an offensive touchdown ______________________at #20 TCU (2006) Was held without a touchdown ____________________________at #20 TCU (2006) Allowed 40 or more points ___________________________ 52, at #25 Texas (2011) Allowed 50 or more points ___________________________ 52, at #25 Texas (2011) Allowed 60 or more points _________________________ 65, at #5 Oklahoma (2008)

TEXAS TECH - TEAM TOTAL OFFENSE Had 500 or more total yards __________________________ 591, at Texas State (2012) Had 600 or more total yards _________________________ 624, at New Mexico (2011) Had 650 or more total yards _________________________669, vs. Weber State (2010) Had 700 or more total yards ________________________ 739, vs. Kansas State (2009) Had 750 or more total yards ____________________ 770, vs. Sam Houston State (2007) Was held to 300 or fewer total yards _______________ 270, vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011) Was held to 250 or fewer total yards ______________________ 144, vs. #4 Texas (2010) Was held to 200 or fewer total yards ______________________ 144, vs. #4 Texas (2010) Was held to 150 or fewer total yards ______________________ 144, vs. #4 Texas (2010) Was held to 100 or fewer total yards ___________________90, vs. #8 Miami (Fla.) (1990) RUSHING ATTEMPTS Had 40 or more rushing attempts Had 45 or more rushing attempts Had 50 or more rushing attempts Had 55 or more rushing attempts Had 60 or more rushing attempts Had 64 or more rushing attempts

_________________ 46, vs. Northwestern State (2012) _________________ 46, vs. Northwestern State (2012) _____________________ 51, vs. #14 Missouri (2010) _________________________ 55, at Baylor (1999) ______________________ 61, vs. North Texas (1998) ____________________64, vs. #20 Texas A&M (1997)

Was held to 20 or fewer rushing attempts _________________ 17, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) Was held to 15 or fewer rushing attempts ____________ 14, at #17 Oklahoma State (2009) Was held to 10 or fewer rushing attempts ___________________ 7, at #15 Texas (2007) RUSHING OFFENSE Had 150 or more rushing yards ________________________ 186, at Texas State (2012) Had 200 or more rushing yards _________________________ 219, vs. Nevada (2011) Had 250 or more rushing yards ________________________257, vs. Iowa State (1999) Had 300 or more rushing yards ___________________________ 324, vs. UTEP (1998) Had 350 or more rushing yards __________________ 453, vs. Louisiana-Lafayette (1997) Had 400 or more rushing yards __________________ 453, vs. Louisiana-Lafayette (1997) Had 450 or more rushing yards __________________________ 482, vs. Baylor (1996) Was held to 50 or fewer rushing yards _______________________ 46, vs. Baylor (2011) Was held to 40 or fewer rushing yards _____________________ 30, at #25 Texas (2011) Was held to 30 or fewer rushing yards _____________________ 30, at #25 Texas (2011) Was held to 20 or fewer rushing yards ____________________ -14, vs. #25 Texas (2010) Was held to 10 or fewer rushing yards ____________________ -14, vs. #25 Texas (2010) Was held to negative rushing yards _____________________ -14, vs. #25 Texas (2010) RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS Had 4 or more rushing touchdowns _____________________ 4, vs. Weber State (2010) Had 5 or more rushing touchdowns ________________ 5, vs. Eastern Washington (2008) Was held without a rushing TD in back-to-back games _____ at #25 Texas/vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011) Was held without a rushing TD in 3 consecutive games _______________5 games (2006) PASSING ATTEMPTS Had 60 or more passing attempts Had 65 or more passing attempts Had 70 or more passing attempts Had 75 or more passing attempts

__________________ 63, vs. #17 Kansas State (2011) ____________________66, vs. #23 Texas A&M (2011) _____________________72, vs. #3 Oklahoma (2007) ______________________ 78, vs. Iowa State (2003)

Was held to 35 or fewer passing attempts Was held to 30 or fewer passing attempts Was held to 25 or fewer passing attempts Was held to 20 or fewer passing attempts Was held to 15 or fewer passing attempts Was held to 10 or fewer passing attempts

________________ 32, at #15 Nebraska (2009) __________________ 25, vs. Nebraska (2008) __________________ 25, vs. Nebraska (2008) __________________17, vs. Oklahoma (1999) _________________ 14, vs. Iowa State (1999) _____________________ 10, at Texas (1997)

Shutout opponent _________________________________ at Baylor, 28-0 (2005) Held opponent without an offensive touchdown ______________ at #20 TCU, 3-12 (2006)

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2012 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL THE LAST TIME ... TEXAS TECH - TEAM PASSING COMPLETIONS Had 45 or more passing completions Had 46 or more passing completions Had 47 or more passing completions Had 48 or more passing completions Had 49 or more passing completions Had 50 or more passing completions Had 51 or more passing completions Had 52 or more passing completions

TEXAS TECH - TEAM ____________________ 45, at New Mexico (2011) ______________________ 46, at #2 Texas (2009) ___________________47, vs. #3 Oklahoma (2007) ________________________48, vs. UTEP (2007) ________________________ 50, vs. SMU (2007) ________________________ 50, vs. SMU (2007) ____________________ 52, vs. Iowa State (2003) ____________________ 52, vs. Iowa State (2003)

Was held to 20 or fewer passing completions _______________ 18, vs. Iowa State (2011) Was held to 16 or fewer passing completions ______________16, vs. #13 Alabama (2005) Was held to 10 or fewer passing completions ________________ 9, vs. Oklahoma (1999) Was held to 8 or fewer passing completions _________________ 8, vs. Iowa State (1999) Was held to 5 or fewer passing completions _____________________ 3, at Texas (1997) PASSING OFFENSE Had 400 or more passing yards ________________________ 405, at Texas State (2012) Had 450 or more passing yards ______________________ 452, at #1 Oklahoma (2011) Had 500 or more passing yards ______________________ 554, vs. Kansas State (2009) Had 550 or more passing yards ______________________ 554, vs. Kansas State (2009) Had 600 or more passing yards _____________________ 646, at Oklahoma State (2007) Had 650 or more passing yards ______________________ 669, vs. Kansas State (2005) Was held to 200 or fewer passing yards _____________ 169, vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011) Was held to 150 or fewer passing yards _________________144, at #16 Oklahoma (2010) Was held to 100 or fewer passing yards ________________ 74, vs. Oklahoma State (1998) Was held to 50 or fewer passing yards ________________________ 42, vs. Rice (1989) PASSING TOUCHDOWNS Had 5 or more passing touchdowns ______________________ 5, at Texas State (2012) Had 6 or more passing touchdowns ______________________6, at New Mexico (2011) Had 7 or more passing touchdowns _____________________ 8, vs. Kansas State (2009) Had 8 or more passing touchdowns _____________________ 8, vs. Kansas State (2009) Was held without a passing TD _____________________ vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011) Was held without a passing TD in back-to-back games ______vs. Oklahoma/at #24 OSU (1997) Was held without a passing TD in 3 consecutive games _______________ 7 games (1997) PASSING INTERCEPTIONS Had 3 or more passing interceptions __________________ 3, vs. #17 Kansas State (2011) Had 4 or more passing interceptions _______________________ 4, vs. Colorado (2007) Had 5 or more passing interceptions ____________________ 5, vs. #1 Oklahoma (2003) Went 3 consecutive games without a passing INT ___________________ 3 games (2011) Went 4 consecutive games without a passing INT ___________________ 5 games (1997) Went 5 consecutive games without a passing INT ___________________ 5 games (1997) FUMBLES ALLOWED Had 3 or more fumbles _________________________ 3 (lost 1), vs. Iowa State (2011) Had 4 or more fumbles _________________________ 4 (lost 1), vs. Texas State (2011) Had 5 or more fumbles ___________________________ 5 (lost 2), at #2 Texas (2009) Had 6 or more fumbles ________________________ 6 (lost 3), vs. #16 NC State (2002) Had 7 or more fumbles ______________________ 7 (lost 2), at #21 Kansas State (1996) Went back-to-back games without a fumble______________________ 2 games (2008) TURNOVERS ALLOWED Had 4 or more turnovers _____________________________ 4, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) Had 5 or more turnovers _____________________________ 5, vs. Texas A&M (2009) Had 6 or more turnovers ______________________________ 6, vs. Colorado (2003) Went back-to-back games without a turnover _____________________ 2 games (2005)

DEFENSE SCORING DEFENSE Shutout its opponent_______________________ 0, vs. Southeastern Louisiana (2006) Allowed 3 or fewer points ____________________ 0, vs. Southeastern Louisiana (2006) Allowed 7 or fewer points _______________________6, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Allowed 10 or fewer points ___________________________10, at Texas State (2012) Didn’t allow an offensive touchdown _________________ vs. Northwestern State (2012) Didn’t allow a touchdown ________________________ vs. Northwestern State (2012) SCORING DEFENSE (Home Games) Allowed 10 or fewer points ______________________6, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Allowed 7 or fewer points _______________________6, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Allowed 3 or fewer points ____________________ 0, vs. Southeastern Louisiana (2006) Shutout its opponent_________________________ vs. Southeastern Louisiana (2006) Held its opponent without an offensive touchdown ____ 0, vs. Southeastern Louisiana (2006) Held its opponent without a touchdown ___________ 0, vs. Southeastern Louisiana (2006) Allowed 40 or more points ________________________40, vs. #23 Texas A&M (2011) Allowed 50 or more points __________________________ 50, vs. Texas State (2011) Allowed 60 or more points _________________________ 64, vs. Weber State (2010) SCORING DEFENSE (Away Games) Allowed 10 or fewer points ___________________________10, at Texas State (2012) Allowed 7 or fewer points _______________________________ 7, at Baylor (2007) Allowed 3 or fewer points _______________________________ 0, at Baylor (2005) Shutout its opponent__________________________________ 0, at Baylor (2005) Held its opponent without an offensive touchdown __________________at SMU (2007) Held its opponent without a touchdown _________________________at SMU (2007) Allowed 40 or more points _________________________ 41, at #1 Oklahoma (2011) Allowed 50 or more points __________________________ 59, at New Mexico (2011) Allowed 60 or more points __________________________ 63, at #19 Kansas (2008) TOTAL DEFENSE Allowed 250 or fewer total yards __________________ 84, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Allowed 200 or fewer total yards __________________ 84, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Allowed 150 or fewer total yards __________________ 84, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Allowed 125 or fewer total yards __________________ 84, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Allowed 100 or fewer total yards __________________ 84, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Allowed 500 or more total yards _______________________617, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) Allowed 550 or more total yards _______________________617, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) Allowed 600 or more total yards _______________________617, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) DEFENSIVE FIRST DOWNS ALLOWED Allowed 15 or fewer first downs ___________________6, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Allowed 14 or fewer first downs ___________________6, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Allowed 10 or fewer first downs ___________________6, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Allowed 9 or fewer first downs ____________________6, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Allowed 7 or fewer first downs ____________________6, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Allowed 5 or fewer first downs ________________________ 5, vs. North Texas (1998) Allowed 30 or more first downs _______________________ 38, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) Allowed 35 or more first downs _______________________ 38, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) TACKLES FOR A LOSS Recorded 10 or more tackles for a loss _____________________10.0, vs. #4 Texas (2010) Recorded 11 or more tackles for a loss ________________________ 14, vs. Rice (2009) Recorded 12 or more tackles for a loss ________________________ 14, vs. Rice (2009) Recorded 13 or more tackles for a loss ________________________ 14, vs. Rice (2009) Recorded 14 or more tackles for a loss ________________________ 14, vs. Rice (2009) Recorded 15 or more tackles for a loss _______________________ 15, vs. Baylor (2002) Was held without a tackle for a loss ______________________ 0.0, vs. Houston (2010)

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2012 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL THE LAST TIME TEXAS TECH ... TEXAS TECH - TEAM RUSHING DEFENSE Allowed 100 or fewer rushing yards ________________ 13, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Allowed 90 or fewer rushing yards _________________ 13, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Allowed 80 or fewer rushing yards _________________ 13, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Allowed 70 or fewer rushing yards _________________ 13, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Allowed 60 or fewer rushing yards _________________ 13, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Allowed 50 or fewer rushing yards _________________ 13, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Allowed 40 or fewer rushing yards _________________ 13, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Allowed 30 or fewer rushing yards _________________ 13, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Allowed 20 or fewer rushing yards _________________ 13, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Allowed 10 or fewer rushing yards ______________________ 9, vs. Fresno State (1998) Allowed 0 or fewer rushing yards___________________ -12, at #21 Kansas State (1996) Allowed -10 or fewer rushing yards _________________ -12, at #21 Kansas State (1996) Allowed 250 or more rushing yards Allowed 300 or more rushing yards Allowed 350 or more rushing yards Allowed 400 or more rushing yards Allowed 450 or more rushing yards DEFENSIVE SACKS Had 3 or more sacks Had 4 or more sacks Had 5 or more sacks Had 6 or more sacks

_____________________360, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) _____________________360, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) _____________________360, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) ______________________439, at #25 Texas (2011) ______________________ 469, at Missouri (2003)

__________________________3, vs. Northwestern State (2012) _______________________________4, at New Mexico (2010) ___________________________________ 5, vs. SMU (2010) _________________________________ 6, vs. Kansas (2009)

Was held without a sack in back-to-back games__ 2, vs. #25 Oklahoma/vs. #13 Alabama (2005) QUARTERBACK HURRIES Had 5 or more quarterback hurries ____________________ 9, vs. Michigan State (2009) Had 10 or more quarterback hurries _______________________10, vs. Missouri (2002) Had 13 or more quarterback hurries _____________________ 13, at New Mexico (2002) Had 15 or more quarterback hurries ______________________16, vs. Oklahoma (2001) Had 18 or more quarterback hurries __________________ 18, vs. Oklahoma State (2000)

TEXAS TECH - TEAM FORCED TURNOVERS Forced 3 or more turnovers Forced 4 or more turnovers Forced 5 or more turnovers Forced 6 or more turnovers Forced 7 or more turnovers

______________________________ 4, at Kansas (2011) ______________________________ 4, at Kansas (2011) ___________________________ 5, at #19 Kansas (2008) ____________________________ 7, vs. Nebraska (2004) ____________________________ 7, vs. Nebraska (2004)

Was held without a forced turnover in back-to-back games _____________ 2 games (2011) Was held without a forced turnover in 3 consecutive games _____________ 3 games (2004) FORCED FUMBLES Forced 4 or more fumbles _______________________ 4 (lost 4), vs. Texas State (2011) Forced 5 or more fumbles _________________________5 (lost 4), vs. Colorado (1999) Forced 6 or more fumbles ______________________ 7 (lost 4), vs. #5 Nebraska (1996) Forced 7 or more fumbles ______________________ 7 (lost 4), vs. #5 Nebraska (1996) Was held without a forced fumble in back-to-back games ______________ 4 games (2010) Was held without a forced fumble in 3 or more consecutive games ________ 4 games (2010) Was held without a forced fumble in 4 or more consecutive games ________ 4 games (2010) Was held without a forced fumble in 7 or more consecutive games ________ 7 games (2004) RECOVERED FUMBLES Recovered 3 or more fumbles __________________________ 4, vs. Texas State (2011) Recovered 4 or more fumbles __________________________ 4, vs. Texas State (2011) Was held without a recovered fumble in 4 or more consecutive games ______ 4 games (2010) Was held without a recovered fumble in 5 or more consecutive games ______ 6 games (2004) Was held without a recovered fumble in 6 or more consecutive games ______ 6 games (2004) DEFENSIVE MISC. Returned an interception for a touchdown ____________________ at Texas State (2012) Returned 2 interceptions for touchdowns_________________ vs. Oklahoma State (2000) Returned a fumble for a touchdown __________________ vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011) Returned a fumble for a TD to win the game with under 1:00 ____ 0:48, vs. Fresno State (1998) Recorded a safety __________________________________ vs. Texas State (2011)

Was held without a quarterback hurry in back-to-back games ___________ 4 games (2010) Was held without a quarterback hurry in 5 consecutive games ___________ 5 games (2008) PASSING DEFENSE Allowed 150 or fewer passing yards _____________________ 141, at Texas State (2012) Allowed 100 or fewer passing yards ________________ 71, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Allowed 75 or fewer passing yards _________________ 71, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Allowed 60 or fewer passing yards _______________61, vs. Southeastern Louisiana (2006) Allowed 50 or fewer passing yards __________________________ 40, vs. Navy (2003) Allowed 25 or fewer passing yards ________________________ 0, vs. Arkansas (1974) Allowed 350 or more passing yards _______________ 454, vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011) Allowed 400 or more passing yards _______________ 454, vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011) Allowed 450 or more passing yards _______________ 454, vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011) DEFENSIVE INTERCEPTIONS Had 3 or more interceptions ______________________________ 3, at Kansas (2011) Had 4 or more interceptions _______________________________ 5, vs. SMU (2008) Had 5 or more interceptions _______________________________ 5, vs. SMU (2008) Had 6 or more interceptions ____________________________ 6, vs. Houston (1993) Was held without an interception in 4 consecutive games __________ 6 games (2011-2012) Was held without an interception in 5 consecutive games __________ 6 games (2011-2012) PASS BREAKUPS Had 10 or more pass breakups __________________________11, vs. Houston (2010) Had 15 or more pass breakups _____________________ 16, vs. Oklahoma State (2002) Was held without a pass breakup ________________________ 0, at #25 Texas (2011)

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2012 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL THE LAST TIME ... TEXAS TECH - TEAM

SPECIAL TEAMS PUNT RETURN Had 100 or more punt return yards _______________________ 113, at Nevada (2008) Had 150 or more punt return yards __________________ 166, at #23 Texas A&M (2002) Returned a punt for a touchdown _______________ at Nevada (2008) - Eric Morris, 86 yds Blocked a punt _______________________ at New Mexico (2010) - Jonathan Brydon Blocked 2 punts ____________ at New Mexico (2010) - Aaron Crawford & Jonathan Brydon Returned a blocked punt for a touchdown __ vs. Indiana State (2005) - Brandon Douglas, 2 yds KICKOFF RETURN Had 200 or more kick return yards ________________ 256 (10 att.), vs. #20 Baylor (2011) Returned a kickoff for a touchdown ________ at #4 Oklahoma (2002) - Vincent Meeks, 98 yds Returned an opening kickoff for a TD ____ vs. New Mexico (1973) - Lawrence Williams, 95 yds Returned a kickoff for a TD in season opener ___ vs. New Mexico (2001) - Ivory McCann, 100 yds PUNTING Had a punt blocked _________________________________ at Kansas State (2008) Had a punt blocked and returned for a TD_______________at Kansas State (2008) - 18 yds Did not punt ______________________________________ at Texas State (2012) Had 10 or more punts _________________________ 14, vs. #13 Kansas State (1997) Forced 10 or more punts _______________________ 10, vs. Northwestern State (2007) FIELD GOALS & PAT Blocked a PAT attempt ________________________ at Kansas (2011) - Terrance Bullitt Blocked a field goal attempt _________ vs. Michigan State (2009) - Daniel Howard, 52 yd FG Returned a blocked field goal for a TD ___ vs. Oklahoma State (2000) - Aaron Hunt... Lawrence Flugence - 79 Yds Had a PAT blocked___________________________________ vs. Nebraska (2008) Missed a PAT attempt ____________________________________vs. Rice (2009) Had a field goal blocked ___________________________ vs. #17 Kansas State (2011) Had a field goal blocked and returned for a TD __ vs. #23 Texas A&M (2011) - Dustin Harris... Terrance Frederick - 65 Yds MISCELLANEOUS Recovered an on-sides kick _________________________ vs. #17 Kansas State (2011)

MISCELLANEOUS vs. NATIONALLY-RANKED OPPONENTS Defeated a ranked opponent __________________________ at #1 Oklahoma (2011) Defeated a ranked opponent at home _____________________ vs. #14 Missouri (2010) Defeated a ranked opponent on the road ___________________ at #1 Oklahoma (2011) Defeated a ranked opponent at a neutral site _________________ vs. #20 Virginia (2007) Defeated a ranked opponent in back-to-back games _________________ 3 games (2008) Defeated a ranked opponent in 3 consecutive games _________________ 3 games (2008) Lost to a ranked opponent______________________________vs. #20 Baylor (2011) Lost to a ranked opponent at home __________________ vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011) Lost to a ranked opponent on the road _______________________at #25 Texas (2011) Lost to a ranked opponent at a neutral site ____________________vs. #20 Baylor (2011) Lost to an unranked opponent at home ______________________vs. Iowa State (2011) Lost to an unranked team on the road ________________________ at Missouri (2011)

TEXAS TECH - TEAM MARGIN OF VICTORY/DEFEAT Won by 40 or more points __________________ 48, Texas Tech 58, Texas State 10 (2012) Won by 50 or more points _________________ 52, Texas Tech 66, Kansas State 14 (2009) Won by 60 or more points __________ 68 points, Texas Tech 75, Northwestern State 7 (2007) Lost by 30 or more points Lost by 40 or more points Lost by 50 or more points Lost by 60 or more points

______________ ______________ ______________ ______________

60, #2 Oklahoma State 66, Texas Tech 6 (2011) 60, #2 Oklahoma State 66, Texas Tech 6 (2011) 60, #2 Oklahoma State 66, Texas Tech 6 (2011) 60, #2 Oklahoma State 66, Texas Tech 6 (2011)

TOTAL PLAYS Had 90 or more total plays _____________________ 93, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Had 100 or more total plays _______________________ 105, vs. #23 Texas A&M (2011) Had 110 or more total plays __________________________111, vs. Iowa State (2003) Was held to 65 or fewer total plays _____________________ 64, vs. Iowa State (2011) Was held to 60 or fewer total plays _______________________ 54, vs. #4 Texas (2010) Was held to 50 or fewer total plays ______________________ 48, vs. Nebraska (2008) FIRST DOWNS Had 30 or more first downs ___________________________32, at Texas State (2012) Had 35 or more first downs _____________________ 37, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Had 40 or more first downs _____________________ 40, vs. Sam Houston State (2005) Had 45 or more first downs __________________________ 45, vs. Iowa State (2003) Was held to 20 or fewer first downs ________________ 16, vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011) Was held to 15 or fewer first downs _____________________ 15, vs. Iowa State (2011) Was held to 10 or fewer first downs ____________________ 10, at #4 Oklahoma (2002) Was held to 9 or fewer first downs _______________________ 9, vs. Oklahoma (2001) Was held to 8 or fewer first downs ___________________ 6, vs. #13 Kansas State (1997) TIME OF POSSESSION Had 35:00 or more time of possession _____________ 36:04, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Had 36:00 or more time of possession _____________ 36:04, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Had 37:00 or more time of possession _________________ 39:41, vs. #14 Missouri (2010) Had 38:00 or more time of possession _________________ 39:41, vs. #14 Missouri (2010) Had 39:00 or more time of possession _________________ 39:41, vs. #14 Missouri (2010) Was held to 23:00 or fewer time of possession _____________ Was held to 22:00 or fewer time of possession _____________ Was held to 21:00 or fewer time of possession _____________ Was held to 21:00 or fewer time of possession _____________ Was held to 20:00 or fewer time of possession _____________ Was held to 19:00 or fewer time of possession _____________

23:12, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) 19:00, vs. Iowa State (2011) 19:00, vs. Iowa State (2011) 19:00, vs. Iowa State (2011) 19:00, vs. Iowa State (2011) 19:00, vs. Iowa State (2011)

PENALTIES Had 10 or more penalties _____________________________ 10, at Missouri (2011) Had 15 or more penalties ______________________________ 17, at Kansas (2011) Had 5 or fewer penalties ________________________ 5, vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011) Had 4 or fewer penalties _____________________________ 4, vs. Iowa State (2011) Had 3 or fewer penalties _____________________________ 2, vs. Texas State (2011) Had 2 or fewer penalties _____________________________ 2, vs. Texas State (2011) Had 1 or fewer penalties ____________________________1, at #5 Texas A&M (1992)

Shutout a ranked opponent ______________________________vs. #18 SMU (1980) Shutout a ranked opponent at home ________________________vs. #18 SMU (1980) Shutout a ranked opponent on the road _______________________ Never Happened

PENALTY YARDS Had 100 or more penalty yards __________________________ 154, at Kansas (2011) Had 125 or more penalty yards __________________________ 154, at Kansas (2011) Had 150 or more penalty yards __________________________ 154, at Kansas (2011) Had 175 or more penalty yards ____________________________ 183, at Rice (2007)

Played to a tie ____________________________________ 39-39, vs. TCU (1981) Played to a 0-0 tie ___________________________ 0-0, vs. Hardin-Simmons (1942) Played in an overtime game ______________________ vs. Nebraska (2008) - W, 37-31

Had 40 or fewer penalty yards ________________________ 35, at New Mexico (2011) Had 30 or fewer penalty yards ________________________ 30, vs. Texas State (2011) Had 20 or fewer penalty yards ___________________________ 20, vs. Baylor (2009)

Lost a game and didn’t commit a turnover _____________________at #25 Texas (2011)

TWO-POINT CONVERSIONS Scored an offensive two-point conversion _____ vs. Texas A&M (2009), PASS: Doege-to-Lewis Blocked a PAT & returned for a 2-point score ___ vs. #15 Oklahoma (1992) - Ben Kirkpatrick - 84 yds Won by going for 2-pt conversion ____vs. Texas (1988) - Tolliver-to-Price with 2:36 left in the game

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OFFENSE RUSHING Rushed for 100 or more yards _________ Eric Stephens, 102 yards, vs. #23 Texas A&M (2011) Rushed for 150 or more yards ___________ Taurean Henderson, 169 yards, at Kansas (2004) Rushed for 200 or more yards ____________ Shaud Williams, 230 yards, vs. Colorado (1999) Quarterback rushed for 100 or more yards ___ Rodney Allison, 106 yards, vs. #18 Baylor (1976) Had 2 100-yard rushers _____ Ricky Williams - 159 yards, Rob Peters - 106 yards, vs. Baylor (1998) Had a run of 50 or more yards ________ Aaron Crawford, 52 yards, vs. #17 Kansas State (2011) Had a run of 60 or more yards ___________ Eric Stephens, 86 yards, vs. Northwestern (2010) Had a run of 70 or more yards ___________ Eric Stephens, 86 yards, vs. Northwestern (2010) Had a run of 80 or more yards ___________ Eric Stephens, 86 yards, vs. Northwestern (2010) Had a run of 90 or more yards ________________Donny Anderson, 90 yards, at TCU (1964) Made 30 or more attempts ________________ Sammy Morris, 33, vs. Texas A&M (1999) Made 40 or more attempts ________________ Ricky Williams, 42, vs. Fresno State (1998) Rushed for 3 or more touchdowns _________________ Baron Batch, 4, vs. Kansas (2009) Rushed for 4 or more touchdowns _________________ Baron Batch, 4, vs. Kansas (2010) Rushed for 5 or more touchdowns ____________________James Gray, 5, vs. Rice (1989) Had 2 players rush for 2 touchdowns ___Taurean Henderson (2) & Johnnie Mack (2), vs. Nebraska (2004)

TEXAS TECH - PLAYER RECEIVING Caught 10 or more passes _____________________ Eric Ward, 16, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) Caught 11 or more passes _____________________ Eric Ward, 16, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) Caught 12 or more passes _____________________ Eric Ward, 16, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) Caught 13 or more passes _____________________ Eric Ward, 16, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) Caught 14 or more passes _____________________ Eric Ward, 16, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) Caught 15 or more passes _____________________ Eric Ward, 16, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) Caught 16 or more passes _____________________ Eric Ward, 16, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) Had 100 or more receiving yards ________________ Eric Ward, 151, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) Had 150 or more receiving yards ________________ Eric Ward, 151, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) Had 175 or more receiving yards ______________Darrin Moore, 221, vs. Texas State (2011) Had 200 or more receiving yards ______________Darrin Moore, 221, vs. Texas State (2011) Had 225 or more receiving yards _________ Michael Crabtree, 237, at Oklahoma State (2007) Had 250 or more receiving yards _______________Joel Filani, 255, vs. Kansas State (2005) Had a reception of 50 or more yards _________Darrin Moore, 56 yards, at New Mexico (2011) Had a reception of 60 or more yards _______ Jacoby Franks, 72 yards, vs. Kansas State (2009) Had a reception of 70 or more yards _______ Jacoby Franks, 72 yards, vs. Kansas State (2009) Had a reception of 80 or more yards _________ Michael Crabtree, 82 yards, at Nevada (2008) Had a reception of 90 or more yards ___________ Rodney Blackshear, 95, at Houston (1991) Had 3 or more receiving touchdowns _____________Alex Torres, 3, at #1 Oklahoma (2011) Had 4 or more receiving touchdowns ________________Derek Dorris, 4, at Kansas (2000)

Had 2 or more fumbles _____________________ Eric Stephens, 2, vs. Texas State (2011) Had 3 or more fumbles ________________ Taurean Henderson, 3, vs. #16 NC State (2002)

Had 2 or more fumbles ______________________ Detron Lewis, 2, at Texas A&M (2010)

PASSING Had 60 or more passing attempts ___________ Seth Doege, 63, vs. #17 Kansas State (2011) Had 65 or more passing attempts ____________ Seth Doege, 66, vs. #23 Texas A&M (2011) Had 70 or more passing attempts ___________ Graham Harrell, 72, vs. #3 Oklahoma (2007)

Had 2 or more 100-yard receivers ___ 2, Eric Ward (151) & Adam James (103), vs. Baylor (2011) Had 3 or more 100-yd REC ___4, J. Filani (255), T. Henderson (118), R. Johnson (107), Jarrett Hicks (105), vs. K-State (2005) Had 4 or more 100-yd REC ___4, J. Filani (255), T. Henderson (118), R. Johnson (107), Jarrett Hicks (105), vs. K-State (2005) Had 2 or more 200-yd REC ____2, Michael Crabtree (237), Danny Amendola (233), at Oklahoma State (2007) Had 6 different WR with a TD catch ___ Lewis (2), Torres (2), Swindall, Franks, Leong, Brinkler, vs. K-State (2009)

Had 40 or more completions __________________Seth Doege, 41, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) Had 45 or more completions ___________________ Taylor Potts, 46, at #2 Texas (2009) Completed 15 or more consecutive passes _________ Seth Doege, 15, at New Mexico (2011) Completed a pass to 14 or more difference receivers ___ Seth Doege, 14, at New Mexico (2011) Completed a pass of 50 or more yards ____________ Seth Doege, 56, at New Mexico (2011) Completed a pass of 60 or more yards _____________ Taylor Potts, 65, vs. Oklahoma (2009) Completed a pass of 70 or more yards _________Steven Sheffield, 72, vs. Kansas State (2009) Completed a pass of 80 or more yards _____________Graham Harrell, 82, at Nevada (2008) Completed a pass of 90 or more yards _______________Robert Hall, 95, at Houston (1991)

ALL-PURPOSE Scored 4 or more touchdowns ________________Baron Batch, 4 RUSH, vs. Kansas (2009) Scored 5 or more touchdowns ____Taurean Henderson, 3 RUSH, 2 REC, vs. Kansas State (2005) Had 200 or more all-purpose yards Had 225 or more all-purpose yards Had 250 or more all-purpose yards Had 275 or more all-purpose yards Had 300 or more all-purpose yards Had 325 or more all-purpose yards

_______________ Ben McRoy, 203, vs. Nevada (2011) __________ Eric Stephens, 227, vs. Northwestern (2010) ___________ Eric Stephens, 264, at New Mexico (2010) ___________Wes Welker, 327, at #23 Texas A&M (2002) ___________Wes Welker, 327, at #23 Texas A&M (2002) ___________Wes Welker, 327, at #23 Texas A&M (2002)

Passed for 350 or more yards ___________________ Seth Doege, 355, vs. Baylor (2011) Passed for 400 or more yards ________________Seth Doege, 441, at #1 Oklahoma (2011) Passed for 450 or more yards _____________ Seth Doege, 461, vs. #17 Kansas State (2011) Passed for 500 or more yards _________ Graham Harrell, 536, vs. Eastern Washington (2008) Passed for 550 or more yards ___________ Graham Harrell, 646, at Oklahoma State (2007) Passed for 600 or more yards ____________ Graham Harrell, 646, at Oklahoma State (2007) Had 2 QBs pass for 200 or more yards ___ Steven Sheffield (238) & Taylor Potts (215), vs. New Mexico (2009) Non-QB threw for a touchdown pass ___ Jacob Karam (lined up at WR), vs. #20 Baylor (2011) - 43 yds to Darrin Moore Passed for 4 or more touchdowns Passed for 5 or more touchdowns Passed for 6 or more touchdowns Passed for 7 or more touchdowns Passed for 8 or more touchdowns

________________Seth Doege, 5, at Texas State (2012) ________________Seth Doege, 5, at Texas State (2012) ___________ Steven Sheffield, 7, vs. Kansas State (2009) ___________ Steven Sheffield, 7, vs. Kansas State (2009) _______________ B.J. Symons, 8, vs. Texas A&M (2003)

Threw 3 or more interceptions ______________Seth Doege, 3, vs. #17 Kansas State (2011) Threw 4 or more interceptions ________________ Graham Harrell, 4, vs. Colorado (2007) Threw 5 or more interceptions ________________B.J. Symons, 5, vs. #1 Oklahoma (2003)

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SPECIAL TEAMS

INTERCEPTIONS Had 2 or more interceptions ______________________D.J. Johnson, 2, at Kansas (2011) Had 3 or more interceptions __________________Darcel McBath, 3, at #19 Kansas (2008) Defensive Lineman had an interception ______________ Scott Smith, 1, vs. #4 Texas (2010)

PUNT RETURN Had 100 or more punt return yards ________________ Eric Morris, 105, at Nevada (2008) Had 125 or more punt return yards _ Danny Amendola, 133, vs. Southeastern Louisiana (2006) Had 150 or more punt return yards ___________Wes Welker, 166, at #23 Texas A&M (2002) Had a punt return for a touchdown ______________Eric Morris (86 yds), at Nevada (2008) Blocked a punt ________________________ Jonathan Brydon, at New Mexico (2010) Returned a blocked punt for a touchdown __ Brandon Douglas (2 yds), vs. Indiana State (2005)

TACKLES Had 15 or more tackles_______________ Brian Duncan/Cody Davis, 15, at Houston (2009) Had 16 or more tackles________________________ Dwayne Slay, 18, at Baylor (2005) Had 17 or more tackles________________________ Dwayne Slay, 18, at Baylor (2005) Had 18 or more tackles________________________ Dwayne Slay, 18, at Baylor (2005) Had 20 or more tackles_______________ Lawrence Flugence, 23, at #12 Ohio State (2002) SACKS Had 2 or more sacks _______________________ Pearlie Graves, 2, at Colorado (2010) Had 3 or more sacks __________________________ Brian Duncan, 3, vs. SMU (2010) Had 4 or more sacks ___________________ Brandon Sharpe, 4, at #15 Nebraska (2009) TACKLES FOR A LOSS Had 3 or more tackles for a loss ____________ Kerry Hyder, 3, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Had 4 or more tackles for a loss _____________ Brandon Sharpe, 4, at #15 Nebraska (2009) Had 5 or more tackles for a loss ______________ Dorian Pitts, 5, vs. Oklahoma State (2000) QUARTERBACK HURRIES Had 2 or more quarterback hurries ______________ Cqulin Hubert, 2, vs. Iowa State (2011) Had 3 or more quarterback hurries __ Rajon Henley (4) & Brandon Sharpe (4), vs. Michigan State (2009) Had 4 or more quarterback hurries __ Rajon Henley (4) & Brandon Sharpe (4), vs. Michigan State (2009) Had 5 or more quarterback hurries _________________ Aaron Hunt, 5, vs. Missouri (2002)

KICKOFF RETURN Had 175 or more kick return yards ________________ Ben McRoy, 203, vs. Nevada (2011) Had 200 or more kick return yards ________________ Ben McRoy, 203, vs. Nevada (2011) Had a kick return for a touchdown _________Vincent Meeks (98 yds), at #4 Oklahoma (2002) Returned an opening kickoff for a TD ____ Lawrence Williams (95 yds), vs. New Mexico (1973) Returned a kickoff for a TD in season opener ___Ivory McCann (100 yds), vs. New Mexico (2001) PUNTING Made 9 or more punts _____________________Ryan Erxleben, 9, vs. Iowa State (2011) Averaged 50 or more yards (min. 5 att.) ______ Ryan Erxleben, 51.4 (5 att.), at Missouri (2011) Had 4 or more 50-yard punts __________________ Ryan Erxleben, 4, at Missouri (2011) Had a 60-yard punt or longer _________________ Donnie Carona, 63, vs. Houston (2010) Had a 70-yard punt or longer _______________Robert King, 77, vs. #14 Texas A&M (1993) Had 5 or more punts land inside the 20 _____________ Ryan Erxleben, 5, vs. Kansas (2009)

PASS BREAKUPS Had 4 or more pass breakups ___________________ Jamar Wall, 4, vs. Oklahoma (2009) Had 5 or more pass breakups _____________ Joselio Hanson, 8, vs. Oklahoma State (2002) Had 6 or more pass breakups _____________ Joselio Hanson, 8, vs. Oklahoma State (2002) Had 7 or more pass breakups _____________ Joselio Hanson, 8, vs. Oklahoma State (2002) Had 8 or more pass breakups _____________ Joselio Hanson, 8, vs. Oklahoma State (2002)

FIELD GOALS & PAT Made a 48-yard field goal or longer ___________ Ryan Bustin, 50 yds, at Texas State (2012) Made a 49-yard field goal or longer ___________ Ryan Bustin, 50 yds, at Texas State (2012) Made a 50-yard field goal or longer ___________ Ryan Bustin, 50 yds, at Texas State (2012) Made a 51-yard field goal or longer ________ Donnie Carona, 52 yds, vs. Weber State (2010) Made a 52-yard field goal or longer ________ Donnie Carona, 52 yds, vs. Weber State (2010) Made a 53-yard field goal or longer ___________Chris Birkholz, 53 yds, vs. #18 Texas (1998) Made a 54-yard field goal or longer ______________ Jaret Greaser, 55 yds, vs. Texas (1996) Made a 55-yard field goal or longer ______________ Jaret Greaser, 55 yds, vs. Texas (1996) Made a 56-yard field goal or longer __________ Bill Adams, 57 yds, vs. #6 Texas A&M (1977) Made a 57-yard field goal or longer __________ Bill Adams, 57 yds, vs. #6 Texas A&M (1977)

FORCED FUMBLES Had 2 or more forced fumbles _________________ D.J. Johnson, 2, vs. #20 Baylor (2011)

Made 3 or more field goals ___________Ryan Bustin, 3-of-3, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Made 4 or more field goals ____________Donnie Carona, 4-of-5, vs. #23 Texas A&M (2011)

FUMBLE RECOVERIES Had 2 or more fumble recoveries ___________ Sylvester Brinkley, 2, vs. Kansas State (2005)

Made a game-winning FG in last minute ____ Tony Rogers, 47 yds (0:19), vs. #20 Texas A&M (1997)

SAFETY Recorded a safety (individual tackle) ______ Colby Whitlock (tackled RB), vs. #1 Texas (2008) MISCELLANEOUS Returned an interception for a touchdown _______ Cody Davis (88 yds), at Texas State (2012) Returned a fumble for a touchdown __Cornelius Douglas (37 yds), vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011)

Made 100 consecutive PAT attempts __________________Matt Williams, 106, 2009-2010 Made 150 consecutive PAT attempts ____________________Alex Trilica, 233, 2004-2007 Made 200 consecutive PAT attempts ____________________Alex Trilica, 233, 2004-2007 Made 10 consecutive field goals _________________________ Scott Segrist, 10, 1988 Blocked a PAT attempt ________________________ Terrance Bullitt, at Kansas (2011) Blocked a field goal attempt ___________Daniel Howard, 52 yds, vs. Michigan State (2009) Returned a blocked FG for a TD ____ Aaron Hunt... Lawrence Flugence, 79 yds, vs. Oklahoma State (2000) MISCELLANEOUS Recovered an on-sides kick _________________________ vs. #17 Kansas State (2011)

MISCELLANEOUS Game-winning TD with less than a minute ____ Seth Doege-to-Eric Ward (0:36), vs. Nevada (2011) 100 YD Rusher/100 YD Receiver_____Eric Stephens (102 RUSH), Alex Torres (111 REC), vs. #23 Texas A&M 300 YD Passer/100 YD Rusher/100 YD Receiver____________________________________ ____________ QB Seth Doege (391), RB Eric Stephens (102), WR Alex Torres (111), vs. #23 Texas A&M

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OFFENSE RUSHING ATTEMPTS Had 40 or more rushing attempts Had 50 or more rushing attempts Had 60 or more rushing attempts Had 70 or more rushing attempts

______________________ ______________________ ______________________ ______________________

Was held to 25 or fewer rushing attempts Was held to 24 or fewer rushing attempts Was held to 23 or fewer rushing attempts Was held to 22 or fewer rushing attempts RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS Had 4 or more rushing touchdowns Had 5 or more rushing touchdowns Had 6 or more rushing touchdowns Had 7 or more rushing touchdowns Had 8 or more rushing touchdowns

79, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) 79, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) 79, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) 79, vs. #20 Baylor (2011)

________________ 25, at #1 Oklahoma (2011) __________________23, at Texas A&M (2008) __________________23, at Texas A&M (2008) ____________22, vs. Eastern Washington (2008)

______________________ 5, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) ______________________ 5, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) _______________________ 6, at #25 Texas (2011) ________________________ 8, at Missouri (2003) ________________________ 8, at Missouri (2003)

Was held without a rushing TD in back-to-back games ____ vs. Northwestern State/at Texas State (2012) Was held without a rushing TD in 3 consecutive games _______________4 games (2000) PASSING ATTEMPTS Had 55 or more passing attempts _____________________ 55, at #1 Oklahoma (2011) Had 60 or more passing attempts ________________________61, vs. Houston (2010) Was held to 30 or fewer passing attempts Was held to 25 or fewer passing attempts Was held to 20 or fewer passing attempts Was held to 15 or fewer passing attempts Was held to 10 or fewer passing attempts PASSING COMPLETIONS Had 35 or more passing completions Had 36 or more passing completions Had 37 or more passing completions Had 38 or more passing completions

____________ 21, vs. Northwestern State (2012) ____________ 21, vs. Northwestern State (2012) ___________________ 9, at #25 Texas (2011) ___________________ 9, at #25 Texas (2011) ___________________ 9, at #25 Texas (2011)

_____________________36, at Texas A&M (2010) _____________________36, at Texas A&M (2010) ___________________ 38, at #17 Houston (2009) ___________________ 38, at #17 Houston (2009)

Was held to 15 or fewer passing completions ________________13, at Texas State (2012) Was held to 10 or fewer passing completions _________________ 5, at #25 Texas (2011) Was held to 5 or fewer passing completions __________________ 5, at #25 Texas (2011) Was held to 3 or fewer passing completions ____________________ 3, vs. Navy (2003)

TACKLES FOR A LOSS Recorded 10 or more tackles for a loss _____________________ 10.0, vs. Kansas (2009) Recorded 11 or more tackles for a loss __________________ 13.0, at #15 Nebraska (2009) Recorded 12 or more tackles for a loss __________________ 13.0, at #15 Nebraska (2009) Recorded 13 or more tackles for a loss __________________ 13.0, at #15 Nebraska (2009) Recorded 15 or more tackles for a loss ___________________ 18.0, at Texas A&M (2000) Was held without a tackle for a loss _______________________ 0.0, vs. UMass (2008) DEFENSIVE SACKS Had 3 or more sacks Had 4 or more sacks Had 5 or more sacks Had 6 or more sacks

________________________________ 4, at #25 Texas (2011) ________________________________ 4, at #25 Texas (2011) _________________________________ 5, vs. Kansas (2009) _________________________________ 6, at #2 Texas (2005)

Was held without a sack in back-to-back games_____ 2, vs. Houston/vs. Northwestern (2010) Was held without a sack in 3 consecutive games or more ______________ 4 games (2008) QUARTERBACK HURRIES Had 5 or more quarterback hurries ________________________ 8, at #25 Texas (2011) Had 10 or more quarterback hurries ______________________ 12, at #15 Texas (2007) Had 13 or more quarterback hurries _____________________ 13, at New Mexico (2002) Had 14 or more quarterback hurries _______________________ 14, at #2 Texas (2005) Had 16 or more quarterback hurries _____________________ 16, at New Mexico (2004) Was held without a quarterback hurry in back-to-back games ___________ 3 games (2011) Was held without a quarterback hurry in 3 consecutive games ___________ 3 games (2011) PASS BREAKUPS Had 10 or more pass breakups _______________________ 11, vs. Kansas State (2005) Had 11 or more pass breakups ____________________________ 12, at SMU (2004) Had 12 or more pass breakups ____________________________ 12, at SMU (2004) Was held without a pass breakup _________________________0, at Colorado (2010) DEFENSIVE MISC. Returned an interception for a touchdown ____________________vs. #20 Baylor (2011) Returned a fumble for a touchdown __________________________ vs. Kansas (2009) Recorded a safety __________________________________ at Kansas State (2004)

PASSING TOUCHDOWNS Had 5 or more passing touchdowns _________________ 5, vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011) Had 6 or more passing touchdowns ____________________ 7, at #23 Texas A&M (2002) Had 7 or more passing touchdowns ____________________ 7, at #23 Texas A&M (2002) Was held without a passing TD in back-to-back games ___ vs. Texas State/at New Mexico (2001) Was held without a passing TD in 3 consecutive games _______________ 3 games (2006)

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OPPONENT - TEAM Had 4 or more sacks ________________________________ 4, at #25 Texas (2011)

OFFENSE RUSHING ATTEMPTS Had 40 or more rushing attempts Had 50 or more rushing attempts Had 60 or more rushing attempts Had 70 or more rushing attempts

______________________ ______________________ ______________________ ______________________

Was held to 25 or fewer rushing attempts Was held to 24 or fewer rushing attempts Was held to 23 or fewer rushing attempts Was held to 22 or fewer rushing attempts RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS Had 4 or more rushing touchdowns Had 5 or more rushing touchdowns Had 6 or more rushing touchdowns Had 7 or more rushing touchdowns Had 8 or more rushing touchdowns

79, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) 79, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) 79, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) 79, vs. #20 Baylor (2011)

________________ 25, at #1 Oklahoma (2011) __________________23, at Texas A&M (2008) __________________23, at Texas A&M (2008) ____________22, vs. Eastern Washington (2008)

______________________ 5, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) ______________________ 5, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) _______________________ 6, at #25 Texas (2011) ________________________ 8, at Missouri (2003) ________________________ 8, at Missouri (2003)

Was held without a rushing TD in back-to-back games __________at Nevada/vs. SMU (2008) Was held without a rushing TD in 3 consecutive games _______________4 games (2000) PASSING ATTEMPTS Had 55 or more passing attempts _____________________ 55, at #1 Oklahoma (2011) Had 60 or more passing attempts ________________________61, vs. Houston (2010) Was held to 30 or fewer passing attempts Was held to 25 or fewer passing attempts Was held to 20 or fewer passing attempts Was held to 15 or fewer passing attempts Was held to 10 or fewer passing attempts PASSING COMPLETIONS Had 35 or more passing completions Had 36 or more passing completions Had 37 or more passing completions Had 38 or more passing completions

____________ 21, vs. Northwestern State (2012) ____________ 21, vs. Northwestern State (2012) ___________________ 9, at #25 Texas (2011) ___________________ 9, at #25 Texas (2011) ___________________ 9, at #25 Texas (2011)

_____________________36, at Texas A&M (2010) _____________________36, at Texas A&M (2010) ___________________ 38, at #17 Houston (2009) ___________________ 38, at #17 Houston (2009)

Was held to 15 or fewer passing completions ________________13, at Texas State (2012) Was held to 10 or fewer passing completions _________________ 5, at #25 Texas (2011) Was held to 5 or fewer passing completions __________________ 5, at #25 Texas (2011) Was held to 3 or fewer passing completions ____________________ 3, vs. Navy (2003) PASSING TOUCHDOWNS Had 5 or more passing touchdowns _________________ 5, vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011) Had 6 or more passing touchdowns ____________________ 7, at #23 Texas A&M (2002) Had 7 or more passing touchdowns ____________________ 7, at #23 Texas A&M (2002) Was held without a passing TD in back-to-back games ___ vs. Texas State/at New Mexico (2001) Was held without a passing TD in 3 consecutive games _______________ 3 games (2006)

DEFENSE TACKLES FOR A LOSS Recorded 10 or more tackles for a loss _____________________ 10.0, vs. Kansas (2009) Recorded 11 or more tackles for a loss __________________ 13.0, at #15 Nebraska (2009) Recorded 12 or more tackles for a loss __________________ 13.0, at #15 Nebraska (2009) Recorded 13 or more tackles for a loss __________________ 13.0, at #15 Nebraska (2009) Recorded 15 or more tackles for a loss ___________________ 18.0, at Texas A&M (2000) Was held without a tackle for a loss _______________________ 0.0, vs. UMass (2008) DEFENSIVE SACKS Had 3 or more sacks ________________________________ 4, at #25 Texas (2011)

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OFFENSE RUSHING Rushed for 100 or more yards _________ Terrance Ganaway, 246 yards, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) Rushed for 150 or more yards _________ Terrance Ganaway, 246 yards, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) Rushed for 200 or more yards _________ Terrance Ganaway, 246 yards, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) Quarterback rushed for 100 or more yards _____ James Franklin, 152 yards, at Missouri (2011)

OPPONENT - PLAYER RECEIVING Caught 10 or more passes __________________ Patrick Edwards, 10, vs. Houston (2010) Caught 11 or more passes _____________________ Jeff Fuller, 11, at Texas A&M(2010) Caught 12 or more passes _______________ Troy Davis, 13, vs. Eastern Washington (2008) Caught 13 or more passes _______________ Troy Davis, 13, vs. Eastern Washington (2008)

Had 2 100-yard rushers ___ James White - 138 yards, Duran Hollis - 101 yards, vs. Iowa State (2011)

Had 100 or more receiving yards _____________ Kendall Wright, 125, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) Had 150 or more receiving yards ______________Patrick Edwards, 177, vs. Houston (2010) Had 175 or more receiving yards ______________Patrick Edwards, 177, vs. Houston (2010) Had 200 or more receiving yards ______ Justin Blackmon 207, vs. #18 Oklahoma State (2010)

Had a run of 50 or more yards ______________ Duran Hollis, 71 yards, vs. Iowa State (2011) Had a run of 60 or more yards ______________ Duran Hollis, 71 yards, vs. Iowa State (2011) Had a run of 70 or more yards ______________ Duran Hollis, 71 yards, vs. Iowa State (2011) Had a run of 80 or more yards ______________ Mikel Simpson, 96 yards, vs. Virginia (2007) Had a run of 90 or more yards ______________ Mikel Simpson, 96 yards, vs. Virginia (2007)

Had a reception of 50 or more yards ____ Josh Stewart, 66 yards, vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011) Had a reception of 60 or more yards ____ Josh Stewart, 66 yards, vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011) Had a reception of 70 or more yards _________ Malco Williams, 91 yards, vs. #1 Texas (2008) Had a reception of 80 or more yards _________ Malco Williams, 91 yards, vs. #1 Texas (2008) Had a reception of 90 or more yards _________ Malco Williams, 91 yards, vs. #1 Texas (2008)

Made 30 or more attempts _______________Terrance Ganaway, 42, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) Made 40 or more attempts _______________Terrance Ganaway, 42, vs. #20 Baylor (2011)

Had 2 or more 100-yard receivers ___ 2, Josh Cooper (106) & Justin Blackmon (103), vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011) Had 3 or more 100-yard receivers ____ 3, Gilbert (156), J. Brown (136), Grant (133), vs. Houston (1991)

Rushed for 3 or more touchdowns ________ Joseph Randall, 3, vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011) Rushed for 4 or more touchdowns ________________ Vince Young, 4, vs. #5 Texas (2004) Rushed for 5 or more touchdowns _________________ Brad Smith, 5, at Missouri (2003) Had 2 players rush for 2 touchdowns ___ Robert Griffin III (2) & Terrance Ganaway (2), vs. #20 Baylor (2011)

Had 3 or more receiving touchdowns ___________Ryan Broyles, 3, at #16 Oklahoma (2010) Had 4 or more receiving touchdowns ___________Wayne McGarrity, 4, vs. #18 Texas (1998)

Had 2 fumbles or more _______________ Joseph Randle, 2, vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011) PASSING Had 55 or more passing attempts ______ Brandon Weeden, 55, vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011) Had 60 or more passing attempts _______________ David Piland, 61, vs. Houston (2010)

ALL-PURPOSE Scored 4 or more touchdowns __________________ Vince Young, 4, vs. #5 Texas (2004) Had 200 or more all-purpose yards _____ Terrance Ganaway, 246 yards, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) Had 225 or more all-purpose yards _____ Terrance Ganaway, 246 yards, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) Had 250 or more all-purpose yards _____________ Deon Long, 258, at New Mexico (2011)

Had 30 or more completions _________ Brandon Weeden, 31, vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011) Had 35 or more completions ________________ Ryan Tannehill, 36, at Texas A&M (2010) Completed a pass of 50 or more yards ____ Brandon Weeden, 66, vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011) Completed a pass of 60 or more yards ____ Brandon Weeden, 66, vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011) Completed a pass of 70 or more yards ______________ Colt McCoy, 91, vs. #1 Texas (2008) Completed a pass of 80 or more yards ______________ Colt McCoy, 91, vs. #1 Texas (2008) Completed a pass of 90 or more yards ______________ Colt McCoy, 91, vs. #1 Texas (2008) Passed for 350 or more yards ________ Brandon Weeden, 423, vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011) Passed for 400 or more yards ________ Brandon Weeden, 423, vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011) Passed for 500 or more yards _________________ David Klingler, 533, vs. Houston (1991) Non-QB threw for a touchdown pass ___ Keshawn Martin (WR), vs. Michigan State (2009) - 8 yds to Blair White Passed for 4 or more touchdows Passed for 5 or more touchdows Passed for 6 or more touchdows Passed for 6 or more touchdows

________ Brandon Weeden, 5, vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011) ________ Brandon Weeden, 5, vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011) ______________ Dustin Long, 7, at #23 Texas A&M (2002) ______________ Dustin Long, 7, at #23 Texas A&M (2002)

Threw 3 or more interceptions ___________________ Jordan Webb, 3, vs. Kansas (2011) Threw 4 or more interceptions _____________________B.L. Mitchell, 5, vs. SMU (2008) Threw 5 or more interceptions _____________________B.L. Mitchell, 5, vs. SMU (2008)

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SPECIAL TEAMS

INTERCEPTIONS Had 2 or more interceptions ______________ Joel Schwenzfeier, 3, vs. North Dakota (2009) Had 3 or more interceptions ______________ Joel Schwenzfeier, 3, vs. North Dakota (2009)

PUNT RETURN Had 65 or more punt return yards ________________ Quan Crosby, 68, at #2 Texas (2005) Had a punt return for a touchdown ___________Jordan Shipley (46 yds), at #2 Texas (2009) Blocked a punt ___________________________ Ernie Pierce, at Kansas State (2008) Returned a blocked punt for a touchdown ______ Ernie Pierce (18 yds), at Kansas State (2008) Blocked a punt for a safety ______________________ Team Block, vs. Clemson (2002)

TACKLES Had 15 or more tackles__________________ Quinton Carter, 17, at #16 Oklahoma (2010) Had 16 or more tackles__________________ Quinton Carter, 17, at #16 Oklahoma (2010) Had 17 or more tackles__________________ Quinton Carter, 17, at #16 Oklahoma (2010) Had 18 or more tackles__________________ Marcus McGraw, 19, at #17 Houston (2009) Had 19 or more tackles__________________ Marcus McGraw, 19, at #17 Houston (2009) SACKS Had 2 or more sacks _________________________Alex Okafor, 2, at #25 Texas (2011) Had 3 or more sacks ________________________ Brian Robison, 3, at #2 Texas (2005) TACKLES FOR A LOSS Had 4 or more tackles for a loss _______________ Phillip Dillard, 4, at #15 Nebraska (2009) Had 5 or more tackles for a loss __________________ Ty Warren, 5, vs. Texas A&M (2001) QUARTERBACK HURRIES Had 4 or more quarterback hurries________________Howard Matthew, 4, vs. #23 Texas A&M (2011) PASS BREAKUPS Had 4 or more pass breakups ______________ Patrick Lavine, 4, at Oklahoma State (2007) FORCED FUMBLES Had 2 or more forced fumbles __________________ Von Miller, 2, vs. Texas A&M (2009) FUMBLE RECOVERIES Had 2 or more fumble recoveries ________________Efrem Oliphant, 2, vs. Houston (2010)

KICKOFF RETURN Had 175 or more kick return yards ______________ Robert Quiroga, 178, vs. Baylor (2003) Had 200 or more kick return yards __________ Chris Massey, 208, at Oklahoma State (2001) Had a kick return for a touchdown ______ Tyler Lockett (100 yds), vs. #17 Kansas State (2011) PUNTING Made 9 or more punts ______________ Marshal Burton, 9, vs. Northwestern State (2007) Averaged 50 or more yards (min. 5 att.) ____ Matt Graber, 53.9 (8 att.), vs. #14 Missouri (2010) Had 5 or more 50-yard punts _________________ Matt Graber, 5, vs. #14 Missouri (2010) Had a 60-yard punt or longer _____________ Nic Russo, 64, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Had a 70-yard punt or longer ________________ Matt Graber, 71, vs. #14 Missouri (2010) Had 5 or more punts land inside the 20 ___________ David Lonie, 5, vs. #4 California (2004) FIELD GOALS & PAT Made a 48-yard field goal or longer ____________Justin Tucker, 48 yds, at #25 Texas (2011) Made a 49-yard field goal or longer ____________ Matt Hogan, 49 yds, vs. Houston (2010) Made a 50-yard field goal or longer ____________ Matt Szymanski, 61 yds, vs. SMU (2010) Made a 55-yard field goal or longer ____________ Matt Szymanski, 61 yds, vs. SMU (2010) Made a 60-yard field goal or longer ____________ Matt Szymanski, 61 yds, vs. SMU (2010) Made 3 or more field goals ____________ Jordan Mannisto, 3-of-5, vs. #17 Houston (2009) Made 4 or more field goals __________________ Brett Jaekle, 4-of-6, at Nevada (2008) Made a game-winning FG in last minute _______Wes Zunker, 43 yds (0:00), at New Mexico (2004)

SAFETY Recorded a safety (individual tackle) __ Jimmy Wilkerson (tackled QB), at #4 Oklahoma (2002) MISCELLANEOUS Returned an INT for a touchdown ________Patrick Lavine (21 yds), at #17 Oklahoma State (2009) Returned a fumble for a touchdown ___________ Max Onyegbule (3 yds), vs. Kansas (2009)

Blocked a field goal attempt _________ Raphael Guidry, 38 yds, vs. #17 Kansas State (2012) Returned a blocked FG for a TD ____ Dustin Harris... Terrance Frederick, 65 yds, vs. #23 Texas A&M (2011)

MISCELLANEOUS Game-winning TD with less than a minute ___ Case Keenum 4-yd run (0:49), at #17 Houston (2009)

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2012 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL Jones AT&T Stadium (50,236 Attendance) September 1, 2011

GAME RECAPS

GAME ONE • Texas Tech 44, Northwestern State 6 SCORE BY QUARTERS Northwestern State Texas Tech

1 0 7

2 3 17

3 0 3

4 3 17

game win streak in Norman. Texas Tech lost its final five games last season when the defense gave up a school-record 471 points and the Red Raiders were outscored in those final five games by an average of 51-20. Twice in three weeks, the defense allowed opponents a school-record 66 points and the season ended with a 5-7 record, failing to make a bowl game for the first time in 11 seasons. With their third coordinator in as many years since coach Tommy Tuberville took over in 2010, the Red Raiders defense have switched to a 4-3 scheme this season and the change proved effective against the FCS team. Texas Tech’s defense, which last season gave up an average of 259 rushing yards and finished last in the nation, kept the Demons running game in check, allowing just 13 yards on 28 carries. Texas Tech got on the board first when Stephens scored on a 4-yard run. He got the Red Raiders second TD from 2 yards out to put them up 14-3 early in the second quarter. On their next possession, Doege, the nation’s leading passer last season, found Kenny Williams for a 2-yard touchdown to give Texas Tech a 24-3 lead at halftime. Doege played just three quarters before backup Michael Brewer came in. Brewer completed 10 of 13 passes for 122 yards and two touchdowns after the Red Raiders had the game sealed. In all, the Red Raiders quarterbacks completed passes to 13 different receivers. Tuberville wants a balance attack on offense, but Saturday’s win had the Red Raiders running more than passing. They finished with 500 total yards, with 179 of those coming on the ground. They ran the ball 46 times and passed it 33. Tech was able to keep the Demons off the field by putting together long drives. At one point, the Red Raiders were eight for eight on third downs and had five possessions with at least 10 plays. The Demons failed to sustain drives. A new wrinkle in their offense, the option, proved ineffective. They were forced to punt on seven of their 12 possessions. Kenny Williams led all Texas Tech rushers with 74 yards on 15 carries.

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

TTU 37 179 321 33-47-1 500 2-1 6-45 9-567 2-37-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 36:04 10 of 16 1 of 1 8-8 3-14

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

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GAME TWO • Texas Tech 58, Texas State 10 SCORE BY QUARTERS Texas Tech Texas State

FINAL 6 44

LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) - Eric Stephens ran for two touchdowns to lead Texas Tech over Northwestern State 44-6 on Saturday night. Stephens, back after a season-ending knee injury last year, finished with 58 yards on 16 carries. The Red Raiders did what they wanted against Northwestern State. The defense succeeded in shutting down the Demons rushing game and quarterback Seth Doege led Texas Tech on scoring drives on five of eight possessions. Doege completed 23 of 34 passes for one touchdown and 199 yards. He threw one interception and completed passes to at least 10 receivers. Bradley Marquez led Texas Tech with 92 yards on seven receptions. Demons quarterback Brad Henderson completed 10 of 19 passes for 70 yards. They got only 84 total yards. It was the first win for the Red Raiders since Oct. 22, when they stunned then-No. 3 Oklahoma to break the Sooners 39-

TEAM STATISTICS NSU First Downs ...............................................................6 Net Yards Rushing .....................................................13 Net Yards Passing......................................................71 Completions-Attempts-Int ..........................................11-21-0 Total Offense Yards ...................................................84 Fumbles: Number-Lost................................................2-0 Penalties: Number-Yards ............................................8-88 Kickoffs-Yards ...........................................................3-195 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD..................................0-0-0 Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD.................................6-137-0 Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD....................................1-49-0 Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD ................................0-0-0 Possession Time ........................................................23:56 Third-Down Conversions ............................................3 of 14 Fourth-Down Conversions ..........................................0 of 0 Red-Zone Scores-Chances ..........................................1-1 Sacks By: Number-Yards ............................................1-7

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2 17 10

3 17 0

4 3 0

FINAL 58 10

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

TEAM STATISTICS TTU First Downs ...............................................................32 Net Yards Rushing .....................................................186 Net Yards Passing......................................................405 Completions-Attempts-Int ..........................................33-44-0 Total Offense Yards ...................................................591 Fumbles: Number-Lost................................................1-1 Penalties: Number-Yards ............................................7-90 Kickoffs-Yards ...........................................................9-561 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD..................................2-7-0 Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD.................................3-89-0 Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD....................................2-106-1 Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD ................................0-0-0 Possession Time ........................................................27:48 Third-Down Conversions ............................................7 of 11 Fourth-Down Conversions ..........................................0 of 1 Red-Zone Scores-Chances ..........................................5-5 Sacks By: Number-Yards ............................................0-0 SCORING SUMMARY TEAM QTR TIME TTU 1st 11:25 TTU 1st 10:34 TTU 1st 05:56 TTU 2nd 14:08 TXST 2nd 10:54 TTU 2nd 09:24 TXST 2nd 03:25 TTU 2nd 00:00 TTU 3rd 10:03 TTU 3rd 04:59 TTU 3rd 00:00 TTU 4th 08:32

SCORING PLAY Davis, Cody 88 yd interception return Moore, Darrin 23 yd pass from Doege, Seth Moore, Darrin 4 yd pass from Doege, Seth Torres, Alex 23 yd pass from Doege, Seth Franks, T 25 yd pass from Arndt, Tyler Amaro, Jace 19 yd pass from Doege, Seth Johnson, Will 38 yd field goal Bustin, Ryan 38 yd field goal Bell, Javon 8 yd pass from Doege, Seth Williams, Kenny 16 yd run Bustin, Ryan 50 yd field goal Bowman, Andrew 21 yd field goal

TXST 16 129 141 13-31-2 270 0-0 8-94 3-174 0-0-0 9-193-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 32:03 6 of 15 1 of 2 0-0 0-0 PLAYS-YARDS DRIVE TIME 3-40 7-75 6-99 7-80 4-65 12-53 8-31 6-87 8-73 7-1 9-58

0:48 2:08 2:46 3:08 1:21 5:52 3:15 2:25 3:05 2:37 3:39

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22, JACE AMARO, TE

18, MICAH AWE, DB

2012 - made three catches for 55 yards with a touchdown at Texas State (9/8)... caught four passes for 49 yards in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1).

2012 - recorded first career tackle while making one solo and one assisted tackle for a loss at Texas State (9/8)... made career debut in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1).

RECEIVING G Rec Yds TD Lg Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 2011 12 7 57 2 12 0.6 8.1 4.8 2012 2 7 104 1 24 3.5 14.9 52.0 TOTAL 14 14 161 3 24 1.0 11.5 11.5 CAREER HIGHS Receptions _______________________________ 4, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Yards _______________________________________55, at Texas State (2012) Touchdowns _________________________________ 1 3x, at Texas State (2012)* Longest Reception _______________________________24, at Texas State (2012) All-Purpose Yards ________________________________55, at Texas State (2012) * Indicates most recent high

TACKLES 2012 TOTAL

G 2 2

UA 1 1

A 1 1

Total 2 2

TFL 0.5 0.5

Yds 2 2

PD 0 0

FF 0 0

FR 0 0

Blkd 0 0

CAREER HIGHS Tackles ______________________________________ 2, at Texas State (2012) Tackles For Loss ________________________________ 0.5, at Texas State (2012) Sacks __________________________________________________ None Interceptions _____________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered __________________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

1, JAVON BELL, WR

16, MICHAEL BREWER, QB

2012 - made career debut making five catches for 81 yards with one receiving touchdown (8-yards) from QB Seth Doege at Texas State (9/8).

2012 - entered in a backup role in the third quarter and finished going 7-of-11 for 72 yards (long 24) at Texas State (9/8)... made career debut in season opener going 10-for-13 for 122 yards with two passing touchdowns against Northwestern State (9/1)... became the first Red Raider in over 18 years to pass for two touchdowns in career debut... both touchdown passes in debut went to Marcus Kennard (12 yards, 3 yards) in the fourth quarter against the Demons.

RECEIVING G Rec Yds TD Lg Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 2012 1 5 81 1 31 5.0 16.2 81.0 TOTAL 1 5 81 1 31 5.0 16.2 81.0 CAREER HIGHS Receptions ____________________________________ 5, at Texas State (2012) Yards _______________________________________81, at Texas State (2012) Touchdowns ___________________________________ 1, at Texas State (2012) Longest Reception _______________________________31, at Texas State (2012) All-Purpose Yards ________________________________76, at Texas State (2012) * Indicates most recent high

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PASSING 2012 TOTAL

G 2 2

Att Cmp Int Yds 24 17 0 194 24 17 0 194

TD 2 2

RUSHING 2012 TOTAL

G 2 2

Att 1 1

Avg/C -7.0 -7.0

Yds TD -7 0 -7 0

Lg 0 0

Lg 24 24

Pct 70.8 70.8

Avg/P Avg/G 8.1 97.0 8.1 97.0

Effic 166.2 166.2

Avg/G -3.5 -3.5

CAREER HIGHS Pass Attempts ____________________________ 13, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Pass Completions __________________________ 10, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Passing Yards ___________________________ 122, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Passing Touchdowns _________________________ 2, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Longest Pass ___________________________________24, at Texas State (2012) Rushing Yards _____________________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

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1, TERRANCE BULLITT, S

54, DARTWAN BUSH, DE

2012 - tallied two tackles (both solo) and broke up one pass at Texas State (9/8)... made season debut with four tackles (all solo) with a tackle for a loss of three yards against Northwestern State (9/1).

2012 - had one quarterback hurry at Texas State (9/8)... opened the season with one tackle (assisted) with 0.5 tackles for a loss against Northwestern State (9/1).

TACKLES 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

G 12 12 2 26

UA 15 41 6 62

A 8 15 0 23

Total 23 56 6 85

TFL 2.0 9.5 1.0 12.5

Yds 4 40 3 47

PD 1 4 1 6

FF 1 1 0 2

FR 0 1 0 1

Blkd 0 1 0 1

TACKLES 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

G 7 12 2 21

UA 7 23 0 30

A 2 5 1 8

Total 9 28 1 38

TFL 3.0 5.0 0.5 8.5

SACKS 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

G 7 12 2 21

UA 1 2 0 3

A 0 0 0 0

Total 1.0 2.0 0.0 3.0

Yds 5 9 0 14

Yds 7 18 0 25

PD 1 2 0 3

FF 0 4 0 4

FR 0 2 0 2

Blkd 0 0 0 0

CAREER HIGHS Tackles __________________________________ 10, vs. Oklahoma State (2011) Tackles For Loss __________________________________ 2.5, at Missouri (2011) Sacks __________________________________________________ None Interceptions _____________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered __________________________________ 1, vs. Baylor (2011) * Indicates most recent high

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

48, RYAN BUSTIN, K

15, JUSTIN COOPER, LB

2012 - made both field goal attempts (38, 50) and was a perfect 7-of-7 in PAT attempts at Texas State (9/8)... 50-yard field goal marked the first by a Red Raider since 2010 (Donnie Carona - 52 yards - vs. Weber State)... went 3-for-3 in field goal attempts (31, 36, 37) and a perfect 5-for-5 in PAT attempts in career debut in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1)... became the first Red Raider in over 12 years to connect on three field goals in a career debut.

2012 - recorded first career tackle (assisted) at Texas State (9/8)... made career debut in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1).

FIELD GOALS 2012 TOTAL

G 2 2

ATT 5 5

MADE 5 5

LG 50 50

PCT 100.0 100.0

PAT 12-12 12-12

CAREER HIGHS Kickoffs _________________________________________________ None Kickoff Yards ______________________________________________ None Kickoff Average ____________________________________________ None Field Goals Attempts _________________________ 3, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Field Goals Made ___________________________ 3, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Longest Field Goal Made ____________________________50, at Texas State (2012) Field Goals Blocked __________________________________________ None PATs Attempted _________________________________ 7, at Texas State (2012) PATs Made ____________________________________ 7, at Texas State (2012) * Indicates most recent high

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TACKLES 2012 TOTAL

G 2 2

UA 0 0

A 1 1

Total 1 1

TFL 0.0 0.0

Yds 0 0

PD 0 0

FF 0 0

FR 0 0

Blkd 0 0

CAREER HIGHS Tackles ______________________________________ 1, at Texas State (2012) Tackles For Loss ____________________________________________ None Sacks __________________________________________________ None Interceptions _____________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered __________________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

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16, CODY DAVIS, S

85, JORDAN DAVIS, WR

2012 - made four tackles and intercepted a pass in the first quarter and returned the INT 88 yards for a touchdown at Texas State (9/8)... marked second career interception and first INT for a touchdown... was Tech’s first INT returned for a touchdown since Sept. 18, 2010 when Jarvis Phillips returned an interception 87 yards for a touchdown against No. 4 Texas in Lubbock... joined senior offensive lineman LaAdrian Waddle as a team captain against the Bobcats... led the team with nine tackles (eight solo) with 0.5 tackles for a loss in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1).

2012 - caught two passes for 10 yards at Texas State (9/8)... made career debut with two catches for 23 yards (long 14) in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1).

RECEIVING 2012 TOTAL

G 2 2

Rec 4 4

Yds 33 33

TD 0 0

Lg 14 14

Rec/G 2.0 2.0

Avg/C 8.2 8.2

Avg/G 16.5 16.5

CAREER HIGHS Receptions __________________________________ 2 2x, at Texas State (2012)* Yards _________________________________ 23, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Touchdowns ______________________________________________ None Longest Reception _________________________ 14, vs. Northwestern State (2012) All-Purpose Yards __________________________ 23, vs. Northwestern State (2012) * Indicates most recent high

25, BLAKE DEES, LB 2012 - had two tackles (both solo) at Texas State (9/8)... tallied one tackle (solo) in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1).

TACKLES 2009 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL SACKS 2009 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

G 12 13 11 2 38

UA 58 68 72 12 210

A 23 19 21 1 64

Total 81 87 93 13 274

G 12 13 11 2 38

UA 0 1 0 0 1

A 0 0 0 0 0

Total 0.0 1.0 0.0 0.0 1.0

INTERCEPTIONS 2009 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

G 12 13 11 2 38

No. 0 1 0 1 2

Yds 0 0 0 88 88

TFL 1.5 6.5 3.0 0.5 11.5

Yds 3 30 5 1 39

PD 6 5 5 1 17

FF 0 3 1 0 4

FR 0 1 0 0 1

Blkd 0 0 0 0 0

Yds 0 7 0 0 7 TD 0 0 0 1 1

Lg 0 0 0 88 88

Avg/R 0.0 0.0 0.0 88.0 44.0

Avg/G 0.0 0.0 0.0 44.0 2.3

CAREER HIGHS Tackles _______________________________________ 15, at Houston (2009) Tackles For Loss ___________________________________ 6, at Houston (2009) Sacks ________________________________________1, at Texas A&M (2010) Interceptions ________________________________ 1 2x, at Texas State (2012)* Fumbles Recovered ________________________________1, at Texas A&M (2010) * Indicates most recent high

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TACKLES 2011 2012 TOTAL INTERCEPTIONS 2011 2012 TOTAL

G 8 2 10

UA 28 3 31 G 8 2 10

A 4 0 4 No. 1 0 1

Total 32 3 35 Yds 0 0 0

TD 0 0 0

TFL 4.0 0.0 4.0 Lg 0 0 0

Yds 7 0 7

PD 1 0 1

Avg/R 0.0 0.0 0.0

FF 2 0 2

FR 1 0 1

Blkd 0 0 0

Avg/G 0.0 0.0 0.0

CAREER HIGHS Tackles ____________________________________________ 9, vs. Kansas State (2011) Tackles For Loss __________________________________________ 2, vs. Nevada (2011) Sacks __________________________________________________________None Interceptions _________________________________________ 1, at New Mexico (2011) Fumbles Recovered ______________________________________ 1, vs. Texas State (2011) * Indicates most recent high

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7, SETH DOEGE, QB

2 CORNELIUS DOUGLAS, DB

2012 - Doege moved up in the following Texas Tech Top 10 All-time Career Record Books: - Career Passing TDs - 8th (36) - Career Passing Yards - 9th (4,949) - Career Passing Attempts - 9th (712) - Career Total Offense - 4,966 (9th) - Career All-Purpose Attempts - 10th (780) - Career Touchdowns Responsible For - 40 (10th)

2012 - collected two tackles (both solo) at Texas State (9/8)... made two tackles (one solo) with a tackle for a loss of six yards in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1).

- went 25-of-32 for 319 passing yards with five touchdowns and zero interceptions at Texas State (9/8)... marked third career four-plus passing touchdown performance, including this second career game with five passing TDs (at New Mexico - 2011)... career stats vs. Texas State (2 games): 49-of-66 (74%), 650 yards, 8 TD, 0 INT... marked his first 300-yard passing performance of the season (10th career)... opened the season going 23-of-34 for 199 yards with one passing touchdown and one interception against Northwestern State (9/1)... joined senior safety D.J. Johnson as a team captain for season opener against the Demons.

PASSING 2009 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

G 4 2 12 2 20

Att 61 4 581 66 712

RUSHING 2009 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

G 4 2 12 2 20

TOTAL OFFENSE 2009 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

G 4 2 12 2 20

Cmp 38 3 398 48 487

Int 0 0 10 1 11

Att 11 0 54 3 68 Rush -51 0 46 22 17

Yds 369 58 4004 518 4949 Yds -51 0 46 22 17

TD 2 0 28 6 36 TD 0 0 4 0 4

Pass 369 58 4004 518 4949

Lg 61 21 56 42 61 Lg 5 0 48 15 48 Total 318 58 4050 540 4966

Pct 62.3 75.0 68.5 72.7 68.4

Avg/P 6.0 14.5 6.9 7.8 7.0

Avg/C -4.6 0.0 0.9 7.3 0.2

Avg/G 92.2 29.0 333.7 259.0 247.4

Effic 123.9 196.8 138.9 165.6 140.4

Avg/G -12.8 0.0 3.8 11.0 0.9

Avg/G 79.5 29.0 337.5 270.0 248.3

CAREER HIGHS Pass Attempts _________________________________ 66, vs. Texas A&M (2011) Pass Completions _______________________________ 44, vs. Texas A&M (2011) Passing Yards _______________________________ 461, vs. Kansas State (2011) Passing Touchdowns ____________________________ 5 2x, at Texas State (2012)* Longest Pass _____________________________________61, vs. Kansas (2009) Rushing Yards ___________________________________ 83, vs. Nevada (2011) * Indicates most recent high

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RECEIVING 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

G 13 12 2 27

ALL PURPOSE 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL TACKLES 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

Rec 20 29 0 49

G 13 12 2 27 G 13 12 2 27

UA 9 13 3 25

Yds 215 329 0 544

TD 1 1 0 2

Lg 28 40 0 40

Rec/G 1.5 2.4 0.0 1.8

Rush 3 0 0 3

Rec 215 329 0 544

PR 0 0 0 0

KR 0 7 0 7

A 2 5 1 8

Total 11 18 4 33

TFL 1.0 0.0 1.0 2.0

IR 0 0 0 0 Yds 23 0 6 29

Avg/C 10.8 11.3 0.0 11.1

Avg/G 16.5 27.4 0.0 20.1

Total 218 336 0 554

Avg/G 16.8 28.0 0.0 20.5

PD 0 2 0 2

FF 1 2 0 3

FR 0 1 0 1

Blkd 0 0 0 0

CAREER HIGHS Receptions __________________________________ 6 2x, at Oklahoma (2011)* Yards _____________________________________ 99, vs. Kansas State (2011) Touchdowns _____________________________ 1 3x, vs. Oklahoma State (2011)* Longest Reception _____________________________ 40, vs. Kansas State (2011) All-Purpose Yards ______________________________ 99, vs. Kansas State (2011) Tackles ________________________________________ 7, at Missouri (2011) Tackles For Loss _________________________ 1 2x, vs. Northwestern State (2012)* Sacks __________________________________________________ None Interceptions _____________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered ____________________________ 1, vs. Oklahoma State (2011) * Indicates most recent high

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19, DERRECK EDWARDS, WR

13, SAM EGUAVOEN, LB

2012 - tallied two receptions for 17 yards at Texas State (9/8)... caught one pass for 11 yards in career debut against Northwestern State (9/1) in the season opener.

2012 - recorded two tackles (both solo) at Texas State (9/8)... tied for second on the team with four tackles (three solo) in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1).

RECEIVING G Rec Yds TD Lg Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 2012 2 3 28 0 12 1.5 9.3 14.0 TOTAL 2 3 28 0 12 1.5 9.3 14.0 CAREER HIGHS Receptions ____________________________________ 2, at Texas State (2012) Yards _______________________________________17, at Texas State (2012) Touchdowns ______________________________________________ None Longest Reception _______________________________12, at Texas State (2012) All-Purpose Yards ________________________________17, at Texas State (2012) * Indicates most recent high

TACKLES 2011 2012 TOTAL

G 12 2 14

UA 25 5 30

A 5 1 6

Total 30 6 36

TFL 1.0 0.0 1.0

Yds 1 0 1

PD 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0

Blkd 0 0 0

CAREER HIGHS Tackles ________________________________________ 11, vs. Baylor (2011) Tackles For Loss ___________________________________ 1, vs. Nevada (2011) Sacks __________________________________________________ None Interceptions _____________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered __________________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

26, RYAN ERXLEBEN, P

11, JAKEEM GRANT, WR

2012 - did not record a punt at Texas State (9/8)... marked the first time Tech did not punt in a game since 2008 (vs. Baylor)... punted only once (41 yards) in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1).

2012 - made five catches for 78 yards (long 42) at Texas State (9/8)... caught three passes for 25 yards and rushed once for three yards in career debut in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1).

PUNTING 2009 2011 2012 TOTAL

G 11 12 2 25

No. 43 57 1 101

Yards 1756 2376 41 4173

Lg 55 59 41 59

Avg 40.8 41.7 41.0 41.3

CAREER HIGHS Punts _______________________________________ 9, vs. Iowa State (2011) Punt Average __________________________________ 51.4, at Missouri (2011) Inside the 20 _____________________________________ 5, vs. Kansas (2009) Long Punt _____________________________________ 59, at Missouri (2011) * Indicates most recent high

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RECEIVING G Rec Yds TD Lg Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 2012 2 8 103 0 42 4.0 12.9 51.5 TOTAL 2 8 103 0 42 4.0 12.9 51.5 CAREER HIGHS Receptions ____________________________________ 5, at Texas State (2012) Yards _______________________________________78, at Texas State (2012) Touchdowns ______________________________________________ None Longest Reception _______________________________42, at Texas State (2012) All-Purpose Yards ________________________________78, at Texas State (2012) * Indicates most recent high

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8, SaDALE FOSTER, ATH

91, KERRY HYDER, DE

2012 - led the team with 122 all-purpose yards with 10 rushes for 56 yards (long 15), one catch for three yards and returned two kickoffs for 67 yards (long 40) at Texas State (9/8)... made 11 carries for 44 yards on the ground with one catch for seven yards in career debut against Northwestern State (9/1) in season opener.

2012 - broke up one pass at Texas State (9/8)... made three tackles - all for a loss - with two pass breakups and one sack (loss of 4) in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1).

TACKLES 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

G 11 12 2 25

SACKS 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

G 11 12 2 25

UA 6 29 3 38

A 7 13 0 20

UA 2 1 1 4

Total 13 42 3 58 A 0 1 0 1

Total 2.0 1.5 1.0 4.5

TFL 3.5 5.0 3.0 11.5

Yds 17 10 10 37

PD 2 3 3 8

FF 2 1 0 3

FR 0 0 0 0

Blkd 0 0 0 0

Yds 16 4 4 24

CAREER HIGHS Tackles _________________________________________ 7, at Kansas (2011) Tackles For Loss ___________________________________ 2, vs. Nevada (2011) Sacks _______________________________ 1 5x, vs. Northwestern State (2012)* Interceptions _____________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered __________________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

9, BRANDEN JACKSON, LB 2012 - posted two tackles (one solo) at Texas State (9/8)... made career debut in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1). RUSHING 2012 TOTAL RECEIVING 2012 TOTAL

G 2 2 G 2 2

Att 21 21 Rec 2 2

Yds 96 96 Yds 10 10

TD 0 0 TD 0 0

Lg 15 15 Lg 7 7

Avg/C 4.6 4.6 Rec/G 1.0 1.0

Avg/G 48.0 48.0 Avg/C 5.0 5.0

KICK RETURNS G 2012 2 TOTAL 2

No. 2 2

Yds 67 67

TD 0 0

Lg 40 40

Avg/R 33.5 33.5

Avg/G 33.5 33.5

ALL PURPOSE 2012 TOTAL

Rush 96 96

Rec 10 10

PR 0 0

KR 67 67

IR 0 0

Total 173 173

G 2 2

Avg/G 5.0 5.0

Avg/G 86.5 86.5

CAREER HIGHS Rushes ________________________________ 11, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Rushing Yards __________________________________56, at Texas State (2012) Rushing Touchdowns _________________________________________ None Receptions __________________________________ 1 2x, at Texas State (2012)* Receiving Yards ____________________________ 7, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Receiving Touchdowns ________________________________________ None Total Touchdowns ___________________________________________ None Longest Rush __________________________________15, at Texas State (2012) Longest Reception __________________________ 7, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Kickoff Returns _________________________________ 2, at Texas State (2012) Kickoff Return Yards ______________________________67, at Texas State (2012) Longest Kickoff Return _____________________________40, at Texas State (2012) All-Purpose Yards _______________________________ 122, at Texas State (2012) * Indicates most recent high

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TACKLES 2012 TOTAL

G 2 2

UA 1 1

A 1 1

Total 2 2

TFL Yds 0.0 0 0.0 0

PD 0 0

FF 0 0

FR 0 0

Blkd 0 0

CAREER HIGHS Tackles ______________________________________ 2, at Texas State (2012) Tackles For Loss ____________________________________________ None Sacks __________________________________________________ None Interceptions _____________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered __________________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

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12, D.J. JOHNSON, S

88, MARCUS KENNARD, WR

2012 - led the team with six tackles (all solo) at Texas State (9/8)... among team leaders with three tackles (all solo) with two tackles for a loss of 13 yards and tallied first career sack (loss of 8) in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1)... joined senior quarterback Seth Doege as a team captain for season opener against the Demons.

2012 - caught four passes for 40 yards and recorded first career touchdowns with a 12-yard and threeyard catch in the end zone - both from backup QB Michael Brewer - in the fourth quarter of season opener against Northwestern State (9/1)... becomes the seventh Red Raider in the Tommy Tuberville era to record a multiple receiving touchdown performance.

TACKLES 2009 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

G 12 12 12 2 38

UA 22 37 61 9 129

A 2 6 22 0 30

Total 24 43 83 9 159

TFL 0.0 2.0 0.5 2.0 4.5

Yds 0 4 1 13 18

PD 7 7 5 0 19

FF 1 0 3 0 4

FR 0 0 1 0 1

Blkd 0 0 0 0 0

INTERCEPTIONS G No. Yds TD Lg Avg/R Avg/G 2009 12 1 7 0 7 7.0 0.6 2010 12 3 44 0 33 14.7 3.7 2011 12 2 40 0 24 20.0 3.3 2012 2 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 TOTAL 38 6 91 0 33 15.2 2.4 CAREER HIGHS Tackles _______________________________________ 13, vs. Nevada (2011) Tackles For Loss _________________________________ 1 2x, vs. Baylor (2010)* Sacks __________________________________ 1, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Interceptions _____________________________________ 2, at Kansas (2011) Fumbles Recovered _______________________________1, at New Mexico (2011) * Indicates most recent high

RECEIVING G Rec Yds TD Lg Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 2011 11 12 182 0 40 1.1 15.2 16.5 2012 2 4 40 2 14 2.0 10.0 20.0 TOTAL 13 16 222 2 40 1.2 13.9 17.1 CAREER HIGHS Receptions _______________________________ 4, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Yards _______________________________________75, vs. Oklahoma (2011) Touchdowns ______________________________ 2, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Longest Reception _______________________________40, vs. Oklahoma (2011) All-Purpose Yards ________________________________75, vs. Oklahoma (2011) * Indicates most recent high

11, LEON MACKEY, DL

4, BRADLEY MARQUEZ, WR

2012 - posted one tackle and tallied one quarterback hurry at Texas State (9/8)... made one tackle (solo) in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1).

2012 - notched three catches for 19 yards and returned one kickoff for 22 yards at Texas State (9/8)... led the team making seven catches for 92 yards (long 23) in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1)... finished second on the team with 92 all-purpose yards in the season opener.

TACKLES 2011 2012 TOTAL

G 10 2 12

UA 20 2 22

A 8 0 8

Total 28 2 30

TFL 3.0 0.0 3.0

Yds 6 0 6

PD 0 0 0

FF 1 0 1

FR 0 0 0

Blkd 0 0 0

CAREER HIGHS Tackles ______________________________________ 6, vs. Iowa State (2011) Tackles For Loss _______________________________ 1 3x, vs. Iowa State (2011)* Sacks __________________________________________________ None Interceptions _____________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered __________________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

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RECEIVING 2011 2012 TOTAL KICK RETURNS 2011 2012 TOTAL ALL PURPOSE 2011 2012 TOTAL

G 12 2 14

Rec 25 10 35 G 12 2 14 G 12 2 14

Yds 240 111 351 No. Yds 9 168 1 22 10 190 Rush Rec 8 240 0 111 8 351

TD 1 0 1 TD 0 0 0 PR 0 0 0

Lg 37 23 37

Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 2.1 9.6 20.0 5.0 11.1 55.5 2.5 10.0 25.1 Lg Avg/R Avg/G 29 18.7 14.0 22 22.0 11.0 29 19.0 13.6 KR IR Total Avg/G 168 0 416 34.7 22 0 133 66.5 190 0 549 39.2

CAREER HIGHS Receptions _______________________________ 7, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Yards _________________________________ 92, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Touchdowns ___________________________________ 1, vs. Texas State (2011) Longest Reception ______________________________ 37, vs. Texas A&M (2011) Kickoff Returns ____________________________________ 4, vs. Baylor (2011) Kickoff Return Yards ________________________________ 76, vs. Baylor (2011) All-Purpose Yards __________________________ 92, vs. Northwestern State (2012) * Indicates most recent high

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4, DERRICK MAYS, CB

17, JAVARES McROY, WR

2012 - made season debut recording two tackles (one solo) at Texas State (9/8).

2012 - caught one pass for three yards in career debut during the season opener against Northwestern State (9/1).

TACKLES G UA A Total TFL Yds PD FF FR Blkd 2010 8 8 3 11 0.0 0 2 0 0 0 2011 10 16 4 20 1.0 2 1 0 0 0 2012 1 1 1 2 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL 19 25 8 33 1.0 2 3 0 0 0 CAREER HIGHS Tackles _______________________________________ 5 2x, at Texas (2011)* Tackles For Loss _____________________________________ 1, at Texas (2011) Sacks __________________________________________________ None Interceptions _____________________________________________ None INT Returned for Touchdowns ____________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

14, DARRIN MOORE, WR 2012 - made season debut recording five catches for 73 yards with two touchdowns at Texas State (9/8)... marked first multiple receiving touchdown performance of the season (third career).

RECEIVING 2012 TOTAL

RECEIVING G Rec Yds TD Lg Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 2010 12 15 117 1 19 1.2 7.8 9.8 2011 9 47 571 8 56 5.2 12.1 63.4 2012 1 5 73 2 24 5.0 14.6 73.0 TOTAL 22 67 761 11 56 3.0 11.4 34.6 CAREER HIGHS Receptions ___________________________________ 12, vs. Texas State (2011) Yards _____________________________________ 221, vs. Texas State (2011) Touchdowns ___________________________________3, at New Mexico (2011) Longest Reception ______________________________ 56, at New Mexico (2011) All-Purpose Yards ______________________________ 221, vs. Texas State (2011) * Indicates most recent high

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G 1 1

Rec 1 1

Yds 3 3

TD 0 0

Lg 3 3

Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 1.0 3.0 3.0 1.0 3.0 3.0

PUNT RETURNS G No. Yds TD Lg Avg/R Avg/G 2012 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 KICK RETURNS G No. Yds TD Lg Avg/R Avg/G 2012 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 ALL PURPOSE G Rush Rec PR KR IR Total Avg/G 2012 1 0 3 0 0 0 3 3.0 TOTAL 1 0 3 0 0 0 3 3.0 CAREER HIGHS Receptions _______________________________ 1, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Yards __________________________________ 3, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Touchdowns ______________________________________________ None Longest Reception __________________________ 3, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Kickoff Returns ____________________________________________ None Kickoff Return Yards _________________________________________ None All-Purpose Yards ___________________________ 3, vs. Northwestern State (2012) * Indicates most recent high

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31, EUGENE NEBOH, CB

20, CHRIS PAYNE, LB

2012 - tallied three tackles (all solo) and led the team with two pass breakups at Texas State (9/8)... among team leaders with three tackles (all solo) in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1).

2012 - made career debut in week two at Texas State (9/8).

TACKLES 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

G 9 10 2 21

UA 16 11 6 33

A 9 0 0 9

Total 25 11 6 42

TFL 1.0 0.0 0.0 1.0

Yds 2 0 0 2

PD 2 0 2 4

FF 0 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0 0

Blkd 0 0 0 0

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

TACKLES G UA A Total TFL Yds PD FF FR Blkd 2012 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 CAREER HIGHS Tackles _________________________________________________ None Tackles For Loss ____________________________________________ None Sacks __________________________________________________ None Interceptions _____________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered __________________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

94, DONTE PHILLIPS, DT

21, JARVIS PHILLIPS, CB

2012 - collected one tackle (solo) at Texas State (9/8)... made career debut in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1) making two tackles (both solo).

2012 - made season debut in week two with two tackles (one solo) at Texas State (9/8).

TACKLES 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

TACKLES G UA A Total TFL Yds PD FF FR Blkd 2012 2 3 0 3 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL 2 3 0 3 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 CAREER HIGHS Tackles _________________________________ 2, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Tackles For Loss ____________________________________________ None Sacks __________________________________________________ None Interceptions _____________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered __________________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

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G 13 12 1 26

UA 44 14 1 59

A 13 2 1 16

Total 57 16 2 75

TFL 1.0 0.0 0.0 1.0

Yds 1 0 0 1

PD 14 3 0 17

FF 0 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0 0

Blkd 0 0 0 0

INTERCEPTIONS G No. Yds TD Lg Avg/R Avg/G 2010 13 4 114 1 87 28.5 8.8 2011 12 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 2012 1 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 TOTAL 26 4 114 1 87 28.5 4.4 CAREER HIGHS Tackles _________________________________________ 8, vs. Baylor (2010) Tackles For Loss ______________________________ 1, vs. Oklahoma State (2010) Sacks __________________________________________________ None Interceptions _____________________________________ 2, vs. Texas (2010) INT Returned for Touchdowns ____________________________ 1, vs. Texas (2010) * Indicates most recent high

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5, TRE’ PORTER, CB

23, JEREMY REYNOLDS, CB

2012 - third on the team with four tackles (three solo) at Texas State (9/8)... made one tackle (assisted) in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1).

2012 - made one tackle (assisted) and tallied first career interception (returned for 18 yards) in the fourth quarter at Texas State (9/8)... made career debut with one tackle (solo) in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1).

TACKLES 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

G 13 7 2 22

UA 61 21 3 85

A 15 3 2 20

Total 76 24 5 105

TFL 4.0 0.0 0.0 4.0

Yds 8 0 0 8

PD 7 3 0 10

FF 0 0 0 0

FR 0 1 0 1

Blkd 0 0 0 0

INTERCEPTIONS G No. Yds TD Lg Avg/R Avg/G 2010 13 1 13 0 13 13.0 1.0 2011 7 1 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 2012 2 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 TOTAL 22 2 13 0 13 6.5 0.6 CAREER HIGHS Tackles ________________________________________ 12, vs. Baylor (2010) Tackles For Loss _____________________________1 4x, vs. Northwestern (2010)* Sacks __________________________________________________ None Interceptions ________________________________ 1 2x, at Oklahoma (2011)* Fumbles Recovered _______________________________ 1, vs. Iowa State (2011) * Indicates most recent high

43, JACKSON RICHARDS, DE 2012 - made one tackle (solo) at Texas State (9/8)... tallied one tackle (solo) with a pass breakup in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1).

TACKLES 2011 2012 TOTAL

G 12 2 14

UA 13 2 15

A 4 0 4

Total 17 2 19

TFL 2.5 0.0 2.5

SACKS 2011 2012 TOTAL

G 12 2 14

UA 1 0 1

A 0 0 0

Total 1.0 0.0 1.0

Yds 6 0 6

Yds 11 0 11

PD 1 1 2

FF 1 0 1

FR 0 0 0

G 2 2

UA 1 1

A 1 1

Total 2 2

TFL 0.0 0.0

Yds 0 0

PD 1 1

FF 0 0

FR 0 0

Blkd 0 0

CAREER HIGHS Tackles _____________________________________1 2x, at Texas State (2012) Tackles For Loss ____________________________________________ None Sacks __________________________________________________ None Interceptions __________________________________ 1, at Texas State (2012) INT Returned for Touchdowns ____________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

10, PETE ROBERTSON, DB 2012 - forced one fumble and collected a tackle (solo) in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1).

Blkd 0 0 0

CAREER HIGHS Tackles ______________________________________ 4 2x, at Kansas (2011)* Tackles For Loss _________________________________1, at New Mexico (2011) Sacks _______________________________________1, at New Mexico (2011) Interceptions _____________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered __________________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

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TACKLES 2012 TOTAL

TACKLES 2011 2012 TOTAL

G 3 2 5

UA 0 1 1

A 0 0 0

Total 0 1 1

TFL 0.0 0.0 0.0

Yds 0 0 0

PD 0 0 0

FF 0 1 1

FR 1 0 1

Blkd 0 0 0

CAREER HIGHS Tackles _________________________________ 1, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Tackles For Loss ____________________________________________ None Sacks __________________________________________________ None Forced Fumbles ____________________________ 1, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Fumbles Recovered __________________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

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2012 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL

8, DELVON SIMMONS, DT

24, ERIC STEPHENS JR., RB

2012 - made one tackle (assisted) at Texas State (9/8)... recorded second career sack (loss of 2) in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1).

2012 - Needs 30 total yards to become seventh player in Texas Tech history with 4,000 career yards (all-purpose). Stephens looks to join Wes Welker (5,730), Taurean Henderson (5,308), Donny Anderson (5,156), Byron Hanspard (5,115), Ricky Williams (5,024) and James Gray (4,796). - rushed six times for 62 yards (long 46) at Texas State (9/8)... returned from a season-ending knee surgery (2011) in the Red Raiders season opener with 16 rushes for 58 yards and two rushing touchdowns while also making three catches for 11 yards against Northwestern State (9/1).

TACKLES 2011 2012 TOTAL

G 10 2 12

UA 10 1 11

A 3 1 4

Total 13 2 15

TFL 1.5 1.0 2.5

SACKS 2011 2012 TOTAL

G 10 2 12

UA 1 1 2

A 0 0 0

Total 1.0 1.0 2.0

Yds 7 2 9

Yds 8 2 10

PD 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0

Blkd 0 0 0

CAREER HIGHS Tackles ______________________________________5, at New Mexico (2011) Tackles For Loss ________________________________1.5, at New Mexico (2011) Sacks _______________________________ 1, 2x, vs. Northwestern State (2012)* Interceptions _____________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered __________________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

7, WILL SMITH, LB 2012 - led the team with six tackles (three solo) and made 0.5 tackles for a loss at Texas State (9/8)... made career debut with three tackles (all solo) in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1).

TACKLES 2012 TOTAL

G 1 1

UA 3 3

A 0 0

Total 3 3

TFL 0.0 0.0

Yds 0 0

PD 0 0

FF 0 0

FR 0 0

Blkd 0 0

CAREER HIGHS Tackles ______________________________________ 6, at Texas State (2012) Tackles For Loss ________________________________ 0.5, at Texas State (2012) Sacks __________________________________________________ None Interceptions _____________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered __________________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

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RUSHING 2009 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL RECEIVING 2009 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL KICK RETURNS 2009 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL TOTAL OFFENSE 2009 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL ALL PURPOSE 2009 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

G 13 13 5 2 33 G 13 13 5 2 33

Att 49 127 108 22 306 Rec 14 33 16 3 66 G 13 13 5 2 33 G 13 13 5 2 33 G 13 13 5 2 33

Yds 254 668 565 120 1607 Yds 113 212 133 11 469

TD 2 6 8 2 18

Lg 30 86 46 46 86 TD 1 2 0 0 3

Lg 34 19 18 7 34

No. Yds TD 32 823 0 44 1071 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 76 1894 0 Rush Pass Total 254 0 254 668 0 668 565 0 565 120 0 120 1607 0 1607 Rush Rec PR KR 254 113 0 823 668 212 0 1071 565 133 0 0 120 11 0 0 1607 469 0 1894

Avg/C 5.2 5.3 5.2 5.5 5.3 Rec/G 1.1 2.5 3.2 1.5 2.0

Avg/G 19.5 51.4 113.0 60.0 48.7 Avg/C 8.1 6.4 8.3 3.7 7.1

Lg Avg/R 64 25.7 93 24.3 0 0.0 0 0.0 93 24.9 Avg/G 19.5 51.4 113.0 60.0 48.7 IR Total 0 1190 0 1951 0 698 0 131 0 3970

Avg/G 8.7 16.3 26.6 5.5 14.2

Avg/G 63.3 82.4 0.0 0.0 57.4

Avg/G 91.5 150.1 139.6 65.5 120.3

CAREER HIGHS Rushes ______________________________________26 2x, at Kansas (2011)* Rushing Yards ___________________________________134, vs. Nevada (2011) Rushing Touchdowns ______________________ 2 4x, vs. Northwestern State (2012)* Receptions _________________________________ 7 2x, at New Mexico (2011)* Receiving Yards ________________________________ 63, at New Mexico (2011) Receiving Touchdowns ______________________________2, at Iowa State (2010) Total Touchdowns ________________________ 2 5x, vs. Northwestern State (2012)* Longest Rush _______________________________ 86, vs. Northwestern (2010) Longest Reception __________________________________ 34, vs. Rice (2009) Kickoff Returns _____________________________________ 7, at Texas (2009) Kickoff Return Yards ________________________________ 182, at Texas (2009) Longest Kickoff Return ____________________________ 93, at New Mexico (2010) All-Purpose Yards ______________________________ 264, at New Mexico (2010) * Indicates most recent high

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86, ALEX TORRES, WR

18, ERIC WARD, WR

2012 - made two catches for 33 yards and a touchdown (14th career) at Texas State (9/8)... has caught at least one touchdown in four consecutive seasons... made season debut with one catch for four yards in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1).

2012 - made season debut with three catches for 26 yards in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1).

RECEIVING G Rec Yds TD Lg Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 2009 13 67 806 6 65 5.2 12.0 62.0 2010 11 39 481 3 45 3.5 12.3 43.7 2011 11 51 616 4 44 4.6 12.1 56.0 2012 2 3 37 1 23 1.5 12.3 18.5 TOTAL 37 160 1940 14 65 4.3 12.1 52.4 CAREER HIGHS Receptions __________________________________ 12, vs. Kansas State (2011) Yards ______________________________________ 163, vs. Oklahoma (2009) Touchdowns ____________________________________ 3, at Oklahoma (2011) Longest Reception _______________________________65, vs. Oklahoma (2009) All-Purpose Yards _______________________________ 163, vs. Oklahoma (2009) * Indicates most recent high

RECEIVING G Rec Yds TD Lg Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 2010 11 6 63 0 14 0.5 10.5 5.7 2011 12 84 800 11 48 7.0 9.5 66.7 2012 1 3 26 0 15 3.0 8.7 26.0 TOTAL 24 93 889 11 48 3.9 9.6 37.0 CAREER HIGHS Receptions ______________________________________ 16, vs. Baylor (2011) Yards ________________________________________ 151, vs. Baylor (2011) Touchdowns ___________________________________ 2 4x, vs. Baylor (2011)* Longest Reception _______________________________ 48, at Oklahoma (2011) All-Purpose Yards _________________________________ 158, vs. Baylor (2011) * Indicates most recent high

21, DeANDRE WASHINGTON, RB

96, DENNELL WESLEY, DT

2012 -

2012 - collected two tackles (one solo) at Texas State (9/8)... made season debut in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1).

RUSHING 2011 2012 TOTAL RECEIVING 2011 2012 TOTAL

G 5 0 31 G 5 0 31

Att 108 0 284 Rec 16 0 63

Yds 565 0 1487 Yds 133 0 458

TD 8 0 16

Lg 46 0 86 TD 0 0 3

Lg 18 0 34

Avg/C 5.2 0 5.2 Rec/G 3.2 0 2.0

Avg/G 113.0 0 48.0 Avg/C 8.3 0 7.3

Avg/G 26.6 0 14.8

CAREER HIGHS Rushes ______________________________________ 16, at Oklahoma (2011) Rushing Yards __________________________________ 84, at Oklahoma (2011) Rushing Touchdowns __________________________ 1 3x, vs. Kansas State (2011)* Receptions ______________________________ 4 2x, vs. Oklahoma State (2011)* Receiving Yards _____________________________ 41, vs. Oklahoma State (2011) Receiving Touchdowns ________________________________________ None Total Touchdowns ____________________________ 1 3x, vs. Kansas State (2011)* Longest Rush _________________________________ 23, vs. Texas State (2011) Longest Reception ___________________________ 26, vs. Oklahoma State (2011) All-Purpose Yards __________________________________ 126, at Texas (2011) * Indicates most recent high

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TACKLES 2011 2012 TOTAL

G 12 2 14

UA 13 1 14

A 8 1 9

Total 21 2 23

TFL 2.0 0.0 2.0

SACKS 2011 2012 TOTAL

G 12 2 14

UA 1 0 1

A 0 0 0

Total 1.0 0.0 1.0

Yds 8 0 8

Yds 9 0 9

PD 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0

FR 1 0 1

Blkd 0 0 0

CAREER HIGHS Tackles _________________________________________ 5, vs. Baylor (2011) Tackles For Loss _________________________________ 1 2x, vs. Baylor (2011)* Sacks __________________________________________ 1, vs. Baylor (2011) Interceptions _____________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered __________________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

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34, KENNY WILLIAMS, RB

6, AUSTIN ZOUZALIK, WR

2012 - rushed five times for 62 yards while averaging 12.4 yards per carry at Texas State (9/8)... led the team with 74 yards rushing on 15 carries (4.9 avg.) and caught two passes for 23 yards with a two-yard touchdown reception in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1).

2012 - caught one pass for 12 yards and returned two punts for seven yards at Texas State (9/8)... made one catch for seven yards in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1) and also returned two punts for 37 yards (long 19).

RUSHING 2011 2012 TOTAL RECEIVING 2011 2012 TOTAL

G 10 2 12 G 10 2 12

Att 43 20 63 Rec 6 4 10

Yds 135 136 271

TD 2 1 3 Yds 52 25 77

Lg 17 27 27 TD 0 1 1

Lg 15 21 21

Avg/C 3.1 6.8 4.3 Rec/G 0.6 2.0 0.8

Avg/G 13.5 68.0 22.6 Avg/C 8.7 6.2 7.7

Avg/G 5.2 12.5 6.4

CAREER HIGHS Rushes ________________________________ 15, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Rushing Yards ____________________________ 74, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Rushing Touchdowns _________________________________ 2, vs. Baylor (2011) Longest Rush __________________________________27, at Texas State (2012) Total Touchdowns ___________________________________ 2, vs. Baylor (2011) Receptions _______________________________________ 3, vs. Baylor (2011) Receiving Yards _________________________________25 2x, vs. Baylor (2011)* Receiving Touchdowns ________________________ 1, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Longest Reception _________________________ 21, vs. Northwestern State (2012) All-Purpose Yards __________________________ 97, vs. Northwestern State (2012) * Indicates most recent high

3, TYSON WILLIAMS, WR 2012 - Made two catches for 22 yards in career debut at Texas State (9/8).

RECEIVING 2012 TOTAL

G 1 1

Rec 2 2

Yds 22 22

TD 0 0

Lg 14 14

Rec/G 2.0 2.0

Avg/C 11.0 11.0

Avg/G 22.0 22.0

CAREER HIGHS Receptions ____________________________________ 2, at Texas State (2012) Yards _______________________________________22, at Texas State (2012) Touchdowns ______________________________________________ None Longest Reception _______________________________14, at Texas State (2012) All-Purpose Yards ________________________________22, at Texas State (2012) * Indicates most recent high

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RECEIVING G 2009 13 2010 12 2011 9 2012 2 TOTAL 36 PUNT RETURNS 2009 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL PASSING G Att 2009 13 0 2010 12 1 2011 9 2 2012 2 0 TOTAL 36 3 ALL PURPOSE G 2009 13 2010 12 2011 9 2012 2 TOTAL 36

Rec Yds 35 469 31 432 13 121 2 19 81 1041 G No. 13 21 12 6 9 11 2 4 36 42 Cmp Int Yds 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 37 0 0 0 2 0 37 Rush Rec 5 469 0 432 0 121 0 19 5 1041

TD 2 2 0 0 4 Yds 201 5 76 44 326 TD 0 0 1 0 1 PR 201 5 76 44 326

Lg 50 55 18 12 55 TD 0 0 0 0 0 Lg 0 0 26 0 26 KR 63 38 68 0 169

Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 2.7 13.4 36.1 2.6 13.9 36.0 1.4 9.3 13.4 1.0 9.5 9.5 2.2 12.9 28.9 Lg Avg/R Avg/G 26 9.6 15.5 16 0.8 0.4 25 6.9 8.4 19 11.0 22.0 26 7.8 9.1 Pct Avg/P Avg/G Effic 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 100.0 18.5 4.1 420.4 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 66.7 12.3 1.0 280.3 IR Total Avg/G 0 738 56.8 0 475 39.6 0 265 29.4 0 63 31.5 0 1541 42.8

CAREER HIGHS Receptions _______________________________________ 7, vs. Baylor (2009) Receiving Yards _______________________________ 100, vs. Weber State (2010) Receiving Touchdowns _________________________1 4x, vs. Northwestern (2010)* Rushes _________________________________________ 1, vs. Baylor (2009) Rushing Yards _____________________________________ 5, vs. Baylor (2009) Rushing Touchdowns _________________________________________ None Total Touchdowns ____________________________1 5x, vs. Northwestern (2010)* Longest Rush _____________________________________ 5, vs. Baylor (2009) Longest Reception ______________________________ 55, at New Mexico (2010) Punt Returns __________________________________ 5, vs. New Mexico (2009) Punt Return Yards _______________________________52, vs. New Mexico (2009) Longest Punt Return ________________________ 26 2x, at Oklahoma State (2009)* All-Purpose Yards ______________________________ 100, vs. Weber State (2010) * Indicates most recent high

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Texas Tech Game Notes for the match-up against New Mexico on Sept. 15, 2012.

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