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2014 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL TEXAS TECH SCHEDULE

GAME INFORMATION

AUGUST 30 Central Arkansas SEPTEMBER 6 at UTEP 13 Arkansas 25 at *Oklahoma State OCTOBER 4 at *Kansas State 11 *West Virginia 18 *Kansas 25 at *TCU NOVEMBER 1 *Texas 15 *Oklahoma 22 at *Iowa State 29 vs. *#Baylor

Opponent: Date/Time: Location: Radio: National Radio: Satellite Radio: Television: On The Web: Rankings: Head Coaches: Against UCA:

6 p.m. (FSN) 10 p.m. (FS1) 2:30 p.m. (ESPN/ABC) 6:30 p.m. (ESPN) TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

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

CENTRAL ARKANSAS SCHEDULE AUGUST 30 Texas Tech SEPTEMBER 6 UT-Martin 13 at Montana State 20 Missouri State 27 *Nicholls State OCTOBER 4 at *Stephen F. Austin 11 *Houston Baptist 18 at *SE Louisiana 25 *Northwestern State NOVEMBER 1 vs. *Abilene Christian 8 *Lamar 22 at *Sam Houston State * = Southland Conference Game All times are Central

6 p.m. (FSN) 6 p.m. 4 p.m. 6 p.m. 3 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m.

Central Arkansas Bears Saturday, August 30, 2014/6 p.m. (CDT) Jones AT&T Stadium, Lubbock, Texas Texas Tech Sports Network from Learfield Sports Brian Jensen (Play-by-Play/15th Season), John Harris (Analyst/32nd Season), Chris Level (Sidelines/5th Season), Steve Pitts (Engineer/36th Season) None 0-0; 0-0 BIG 12 0-0, 0-0 SLC Sirius Channel 135/XM Channel 196 (Texas Tech Broadcast) FOX Sports Mark Followill (Play-by-Play), Brian Baldinger (Analyst), Leslie McCaslin (Sidelines) Live statistics at TexasTech.com Texas Tech (AP: receiving votes); (USA Today Coaches: receiving votes) Central Arkansas (AP: unranked); (USA Today Coaches: unranked) Texas Tech: Kliff Kingsbury (Career:8-5 in second season; At Texas Tech: 8-5 in second season) Central Arkansas: Steve Campbell (Career: 126-38 in 13th season; At Central Arkansas: 0-0 in first season) First Meeting

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RED RAIDERS KICK OFF 2014 AT HOME AGAINST UCA Texas Tech kicks off its 90th season of football on Saturday when the Red Raiders play host to Central Arkansas at 6 p.m. in Jones AT&T Stadium. Saturday’s game will be televised nationally by FOX Sports as part of Texas Tech’s third-tier agreement with the cable network. Fans will be able to tune to the radio broadcast from the Texas Tech Sports Network on one of 38 affiliates across the region. Brian Jensen returns to the broadcast booth as the play-by-play announcer for his 15th season and is joined by veteran John Harris who will be in his 32nd year of providing analysis. Chris Level rounds out the crew as the sideline reporter and is in his fifth season.

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2014 BIG 12 STANDINGS SOUTH Baylor Iowa State Kansas Kansas State Oklahoma Oklahoma State TCU Texas Texas Tech West Virginia

CONF OVERALL STK 0-0 0-0 L1 0-0 0-0 W4 0-0 0-0 L2 0-0 0-0 W2 0-0 0-0 W4 0-0 0-0 L1 0-0 0-0 L2 0-0 0-0 L2 0-0 0-0 W1 0-0 0-0 L3

The Red Raiders enter their second season under head coach Kliff Kingsbury and will look to build upon an 8-5 record from 2013. Texas Tech went just 4-5 in Big 12 play last year but ended the season on a high note with a 37-23 win over No. 16 Arizona State in the National University Holiday Bowl. Texas Tech jumped out to a 7-0 start in 2013 which propelled the Red Raiders all the way up to No. 9 in the USA Today Coaches Poll on Oct. 27. The Red Raiders enter the 2014 season unranked for the sixth consecutive year. TEXAS TECH AND CENTRAL ARKANSAS • Texas Tech and Central Arkansas will be meeting for the first time. TEXAS TECH IN SEASON OPENERS • Texas Tech holds a 60-26-3 all-time record in season openers. The Red Raiders defeated SMU 41-23 in the 2013 season opener. • Since converting to the spread offense under Mike Leach in 2000, Texas Tech has averaged 40.6 points-per-game over the course of 14 season openers. Below is a list of national season-opening win streaks. Streak School Last Loss 2014 Opponent 28 Nebraska 17-13 (Florida State, 09/07/85) Florida Atlantic 24 Florida 24-19 (Ole Miss, 09/09/89) Idaho 16 Wisconsin 34-0 (vs. Syracuse, 08/26/97) vs. LSU 16 USC 14-7 (Florida State, 09/06/97) Fresno State 14 South Carolina 10-0 (at NC State, 09/04/99) Texas A&M 14 Texas 23-20 (NC State, 08/28/99) North Texas 12 Alabama 20-17 (UCLA, 09/01/01) vs. West Virginia 12 Missouri 20-13 (Bowling Green, 09/01/01) South Dakota State 11 LSU 26-8 (at Virginia Tech, 09/01/02) vs. Wisconsin 11 Arizona State 48-10 (at Nebraska, 08/24/02) Weber State 11 Texas Tech 45-21 (Ohio State, 08/24/02) Central Arkansas


2014 Texas Tech Football

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS

TEXAS TECH SPORTS NETWORK The Texas Tech Sports Network from Learfield Sports, will carry all the exciting action of Red Raider Football beginning with the season opener 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).

Blayne Beal Associate Athletics Director Primary Football Contact

Scott Lacefield Associate Director Secondary Contact

Matt Dowdy Assistant Director Secondary Contact

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS • (806) 742-2770 office • (806) 742-1970 fax Blayne Beal Office_____________ (806) 834-3345 Cell______________ (806) 790-7924 Email__________ blayne.beal@ttu.edu

BIG 12 TELECONFERENCE The Big 12 Teleconferences are scheduled on Mondays throughout the season through December 1. Texas Tech Head Coach Kliff Kingsbury will participate on the call at 10:50 a.m. CT. The media call-in number can be obtained by contacting the Big 12 Conference. Following is the order for the call: TIME COACH 9:50 Charlie Strong, Texas 10:00 Charlie Weiss, Kansas 10:10 Bob Stoops, Oklahoma 10:20 Mike Gundy, Oklahoma State 10:30 Bill Snyder, Kansas State 10:40 Dana Holgorsen, West Virginia 10:50 Kliff Kingsbury, Texas Tech 11:00 Art Briles, Baylor 11:10 Paul Rhoads, Iowa State 11:20 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. KLIFF KINGSBURY RADIO SHOW Red Raider Football with Kliff Kingsbury will air live each Thursday evening 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 air live from Ruby Tequila’s on University Ave. across the street from Jones AT&T Stadium. Submit your questions on twitter by using the hashtag: #KKRadioShow

Courtney Davis Assistant Director Texas Tech TV ASAP SPORTS Texas Tech utilizes the services of ASAP Sports to provide FastScripts for all football news conferences.

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 Kliff Kingsbury and requested players (depending on class schedules) 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/Post Practice (Coaches/Players) Tuesday - Post Practice (Coaches/Players) Wednesday - No availability Thursday - No availability Friday - No availability Saturday - Postgame (Coaches/Players) Weekly Football Press Conference Dates (Times) Monday, August 25 (11:45 a.m.) - Honeychild Catering Monday, Sept. 1 (11:45 a.m.) - Fuddruckers Monday, Sept. 8 (11:45 a.m.) - Abuelo’s Monday, Sept. 22 (11:45 a.m.) - Honeychild Catering Monday, Sept. 29 (11:45 a.m.) - Fuddruckers Monday, Oct. 6 (11:45 a.m.) - Abuelo’s Monday, Oct. 13 (11:45 a.m.) - Honeychild Catering Monday, Oct. 20 (11:45 a.m.) - Fuddruckers Monday, Oct. 27 (11:45 a.m.) - Abuelo’s Monday, Nov. 10 (11:45 a.m.) - Abuelo’s Monday, Nov. 17 (11:45 a.m.) - Honeychild Catering Monday, Nov. 24 (11:45 a.m.) - Fuddruckers Lunch will be served at 11 a.m.

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2014 Texas Tech Football TEXAS TECH AGAINST THE FCS Since 1978 when the NCAA divided its Division I schools into two divisions, Texas Tech has compiled an all-time record of 17-1 against FCS opponents. In 2006, the NCAA renamed Division IA and Division I-AA to FBS and FCS to note the distinction in football programs. Year Opponent Result 2013 Stephen F. Austin W, 61-13 2012 Northwestern State W, 44-6 2011 Texas State W, 50-10 2010 Weber State W, 64-21 2009 North Dakota W, 38-13 2008 Eastern Washington W, 49-24 2007 Northwestern State W, 75-7 2006 Southeastern Louisiana W, 62-0 2005 Sam Houston State W, 56-3 2005 Indiana State W, 63-7 2000 Stephen F. Austin W, 58-3 1993 Pacific W, 55-7 1991 Cal-State Fullerton W,41-7 1988 North Texas L, 24-29 1988 Lamar W, 59-28 1987 Lamar W, 43-14 1985 North Texas W, 28-7 1984 Texas-Arlington W, 44-7 TEXAS TECH IN HOME SEASON OPENERS • Texas Tech holds an all-time record of 67-18-3 in home season openers. • Texas Tech defeated Stephen F. Austin 61-13 in last year’s home opener. • Texas Tech has won its last 21 home-opening games. • Then No. 15 Oklahoma was the last team to defeat Texas Tech in a home opener as the Sooners scored a 34-9 win over the Red Raiders on Sept. 3, 1992. That game was prior to the formation of the Big 12 Conference. • Texas Tech is playing an FCS opponent in its home opener for the sixth time in the last 10 seasons. • Since 2000, Texas Tech has averaged 46.6 points-per-game in season openers. The most points scored by Tech in a home season opener during that stretch was 70 against TCU in 2004.

The Red Raiders defeated the Horned Frogs 70-35 in that game. • Defensively, the Red Raiders have held opponents to an average of 16.8 points-per-game in home season openers dating back to the 2000 season. ON THIS DATE IN TEXAS TECH FOOTBALL HISTORY AUGUST 30 – (3-1 Overall; 2-0 Home; 1-1 Road) 2013 – at SMU W 41-23* 2008 – EASTERN WASHINGTON W 49-24* 2003 – SMU W 58-10* 1997 – at #5 Tennessee L 17-52* FEARLESS FANS LIVE HERE Texas Tech will devote all of its marketing collateral (in all sports) this season to pay tribute to its great fan base. Red Raider fans have stepped up in record numbers this season as Texas Tech has sold out of season tickets for the first time in school history. A total of 38,524 fans gobbled up all the season tickets in the stadium and surpassed the previous record of 32,227 sold in Tommy Tuberville’s first season in 2010. With the exception of the Texas game, Texas Tech is currently selling individual game tickets that were unused from the visiting team allotment. Texas Tech will set a new single-season average attendance record at Jones AT&T Stadium for the third consecutive season. Last season, Tech set the record with an average of 57,932. BEST STUDENT BODY IN THE BIG 12 Texas Tech’s student body was tabbed as the best in the Big 12 Conference this spring by ESPN.com. Texas Tech students not only provide a tremendous home field advantage but they are turning out in record setting numbers. Last season, Texas Tech set an average student attendance record of 11,249 and a Jones AT&T Stadium individual game record with 16,092 for the TCU game. In an era where student attendance is declining across the country, the opposite is occurring in Lubbock as Tech students not only set facility attendance records at football but also at basketball and baseball. Student Attendance Records Set In 2013 Football Average Attendance_______________ 11,249 Football Single Game Record___________ 16,092 (TCU)

PRESEASON HONORS RYAN BUSTIN Lou Groza Award Watch List Le’RAVEN CLARK Preseason USA Today Second Team All-American Preseason All-Big 12 Lombardi Award Watch List Outland Trophy Watch List BRADLEY MARQUEZ AFCA Good Works Team Nominee JAKEEM GRANT Biletnikoff Award Watch List DAVIS WEBB Maxwell Award Watch List Davey O’Brien Award Watch List Manning Award Watch List KENNY WILLIAMS Paul Hornung Award Watch List

BIG 12 MEDIA PRESEASON POLL 1. Oklahoma (47)_____________________ 548 2. Baylor (9)________________________ 508 3. K-State_________________________ 377 4. Texas___________________________ 376 5. Oklahoma State____________________ 312 6. Texas Tech________________________ 308 7. TCU____________________________ 297 8. West Virginia______________________ 170 9. Iowa State_______________________ 121 10. Kansas___________________________ 63

NATIONAL POLLS ASSOCIATED PRESS (PRESEASON)

TEAM RECORD POINTS 1. Florida State (57)_____________ 0-0_____________ 1,496 2. Alabama (1)________________ 0-0_____________ 1,361 3. Oregon (1)_________________ 0-0_____________ 1,334 4. Oklahoma (1)______________ 0-0_____________1,324 5. Ohio State_________________ 0-0_____________ 1,207 6. Auburn___________________ 0-0_____________ 1,198 7. UCLA____________________ 0-0_____________ 1,106 8. Michigan State______________ 0-0_____________ 1,080 9. South Carolina______________ 0-0_____________ 1,015 10. Baylor___________________ 0-0______________ 966 11. Stanford__________________ 0-0______________ 885 12. Georgia__________________ 0-0______________ 843 13. LSU_____________________ 0-0______________ 776 14. Wisconsin_________________ 0-0______________ 637 15. USC_____________________ 0-0______________ 626 16. Clemson__________________ 0-0______________ 536 17. Notre Dame________________ 0-0______________ 445 18. Ole Miss__________________ 0-0______________ 424 19. Arizona State_______________ 0-0______________ 357 20. Kansas State_______________ 0-0______________ 242 21. Texas A&M________________ 0-0______________ 238 22. Nebraska_________________ 0-0______________ 226 23. North Carolina______________ 0-0______________ 194 24. Missouri__________________ 0-0______________ 134 25. Washington________________ 0-0______________ 130 BIG 12 TEAMS RECEIVING VOTES: Texas (86), Oklahoma State (37), TCU (23), Texas Tech (19)

USA TODAY/COACHES (PRESEASON)

TEAM RECORD POINTS 1. Florida State (56)_____________ 0-0_____________ 1,543 2. Alabama__________________ 0-0_____________ 1,455 3. Oklahoma (3)______________ 0-0_____________1,382 4. Oregon (1)_________________ 0-0_____________ 1,314 5. Auburn___________________ 0-0_____________ 1.271 6. Ohio State (1)_______________ 0-0_____________ 1,267 7. UCLA____________________ 0-0_____________ 1,085 8. Michigan State______________ 0-0_____________ 1,050 9. South Carolina______________ 0-0_____________ 1,009 10. Baylor___________________ 0-0______________ 965 11. Stanford__________________ 0-0______________ 955 12. Georgia__________________ 0-0______________ 905 13. LSU_____________________ 0-0______________ 833 14. Wisconsin_________________ 0-0______________ 654 15. USC_____________________ 0-0______________ 627 16. Clemson__________________ 0-0______________ 535 17. Notre Dame________________ 0-0______________ 509 18. Arizona State_______________ 0-0______________ 358 19. Ole Miss__________________ 0-0______________ 346 20. Texas A&M________________ 0-0______________ 266 21. Kansas State_______________ 0-0______________ 257 22. Nebraska_________________ 0-0______________ 228 23. North Carolina______________ 0-0______________ 175 24. Texas____________________ 0-0______________ 143 25. Washington________________ 0-0______________ 142 BIG 12 TEAMS RECEIVING VOTES: Oklahoma State (56), TCU (54), Texas Tech (8)

PLAYOFF COMMITTEE RANKINGS

TEAM First Poll Announced on Oct. 28

BCS AVG.

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2014 Texas Tech Football Men’s Basketball Single Game Record____ 6,086 (K-State) Big 12 MBB Single Game Record________ 6,086 (K-State) Baseball Single Game Record___________ 1,201 (Texas) FOUR STRAIGHT BOWL WINS Texas Tech’s 37-23 victory over No. 16 Arizona State in the 2013 National University Holiday Bowl gave the Red Raiders their fourth straight bowl victory. Texas Tech now holds the longest active bowl win streak in the Big 12 Conference and the longest in school history. Tech’s streak of bowl wins started in San Antonio with a 41-31 win over Michigan State in the 2009 Alamo Bowl. Texas Tech’s 36 all-time bowl appearances ranks 17th nationally. FIRST TIME SINCE 2009 The turnover at defensive coordinator has mercifully come to an end for Texas Tech as Matt Wallerstedt returns for his second season. This will mark the first time since 2009 that Texas Tech has returned its defensive coordinator from the previous season. The Red Raiders have been under the leadership of five different defensive coordinators since the 2009 season. With Wallerstedt back for the 2014 season, Texas Tech fans are excited to watch the continued improvement of the defensive unit. Overall, the unit returns 88 combined starts and will be led by seniors Sam Eguavoen and Jackson Richards along with juniors Branden Jackson and Pete Robertson. Texas Tech Defensive Coordinator Turnover 2014 Matt Wallerstedt 2013 Matt Wallerstedt 2012 Art Kaufman 2011 Chad Glasgow 2010 James Willis 2009 Ruffin McNeil (Coordinator in 2007, 08 and 09) STUDENT-ATHLETES Texas Tech boasts six football student-athletes that have already earned their degrees and are currently pursuing a master’s degree. Education is a top priority for Coach Kingsbury as he graduated early and was named the 2002 Academic All-America Player of the Year. Football Graduates Ryan Bustin VJ Fehoko Reshod Fortenberry Kramer Fyfe Brent Mitchum James Polk YOUNG TEAM FULL OF EXPECTATIONS Texas Tech’s 2014 squad will be full of youth as 57.1 percent of the team will be comprised of freshmen and sophomores. The Red Raiders will field 39 freshmen and 21 sophomores. WILLIAMS MAKES THE SWITCH For the first time since the days of Tech greats Donny Anderson and E.J. Holub, will a Red Raider play on both sides of the football. Senior running back Kenny Williams approached the coaching staff in the spring and volunteered for an opportunity to play on both sides of the ball. After a successful spring season and training camp, Williams is expected to start at the RAIDER linebacker position that was vacated with the graduation of Terrance Bullitt. Williams will spend most of his time on the defensive side of the football but you can expect to see him on all three sides of the football - defense, offense and special teams. He was the team’s leading rusher in 2013 with 497 yards and finished sixth on the squad with 264 receiving yards.

WEAPONS RETURNING Most pundits aren’t predicting much from Texas Tech in 2014 which goes to explain a sixth place preseason prediction in the Big 12 Conference race. However, Texas Tech returns its starting quarterback in Davis Webb, 53 percent of its receptions from last season and 77 percent of its rushing yards. With so much returning experience, the Texas Tech offense will look to make major strides in the second year of the Kliff Kingsbury offense. Top Returners For 2014 QB Davis Webb: 2,718 yards/ 20 TDs WR Jakeem Grant: 65 catches/796 yards/7 TDs WR Bradley Marquez: 49 catches/633 yards/6 TDs RB DeAndre Washington: 34 catches/269 receiving yards/107 rushes/450 rushing yards RB Kenny Williams: 30 catches/264 receiving yards/125 rushes/497 rushing yards WEBB MATURES QUICKLY INTO TEAM LEADER After battling for the starting quarterback job most of last season, Davis Webb enters his sophomore season as not only the starter but as a key team leader. In the Holiday Bowl, Webb set the tone for what could be a sensational career at Texas Tech with a blistering performance against No. 16 Arizona State. He threw for 403 yards and tied a Holiday Bowl record with four touchdown passes as the Red Raiders raced to a 37-23 win. That performance literally transformed a lanky, tentative freshman into a bulky emotional leader that the Red Raiders will rely heavily on in 2014. What’s New With Davis Webb? • Last official weigh-in was 209 but has since weighed in at 217 - dropped to 170 before preseason practice in 2013 due to illness. • Became the youngest counselor in the history of the Elite 11 Quarterback Camp this past summer. A former Elite 11 participant himself, Webb also had the opportunity to tutor incoming quarterback Jarrett Stidham. • Worked with private quarterback coaches George Whitfield and Kevin O’Connell in San Diego in May. • Preseason candidate for the Manning Award, Davey O’Brien Award and the Maxwell Award. GRANT LOOKING FOR BREAKOUT SEASON Ask any member of the Texas Tech Football team and they will tell you that Jakeem Grant is the most explosive player in the Big 12 Conference. His speed and play making ability made him the third leading receiver on the team last season but he certainly has bigger plans for his junior year. His ability was noticed by the committee at the Biletnikoff Award as they placed him on their preseason watch list. • Finished the 2013 season with 65 receptions for 796 yards and seven touchdowns. • As a kick returner he compiled a team-leading 19 returns for 400 yards (21.1 average per return) in 2013. • Compiled 1,273 all-purpose yards in 2013 with an average of 106.1 yards per game. HONORS ROLL IN FOR Le’RAVEN CLARK Le’Raven Clark enters the 2014 season as the Red Raider earning the most preseason hype. Clark is a preseason All-Big 12 selection and a second-team All-American by USA Today. Clark, a native of Rockdale, Texas, was an All-Big 12 first team selection by the Associated Press and Athlon Sports as a sophomore after starting all 12 games for the Red Raiders at left tackle. He enters his junior season having started in 26-consecutive games, the longest active streak on the team. Clark was also named to the ESPN Big 12 All-Bowl Team following Tech’s 37-23 victory

over No. 14 Arizona State in the Holiday Bowl. Backed by Clark’s play on the left side, the Red Raider offensive line shut down an explosive Arizona State pass rush that came into the bowl as one of the top defensive fronts in the nation. He is also a candidate for the Outland Trophy and Lombardi Award. HEAD COACHES AT THEIR ALMA MATER’S Texas Tech Head Coach Kliff Kingsbury is one of 12 head coaches across the country working at their alma mater: School Head Coach Years Played at School Air Force Troy Calhoun 1985-88 Boise State Bryan Harsin 1995-99 East Carolina Ruffin McNeil 1976-80 Kent State Paul Haynes 1987-91 Northwestern Pat Fitzgerald 1993-96 Oklahoma State Mike Gundy 1986-89 Stanford David Shaw 1991-94 Texas Tech Kliff Kingsbury 1999-02 Tulsa Bill Blankenship 1975-79 Utah State Matt Wells 1994-96 UTEP Sean Kugler 1985-88 Virginia Tech Frank Beamer 1966-68 KINGSBURY IN ELITE COMPANY Texas Tech Head Coach Kliff Kingsbury is one of just two coaches nationally that finished in the Top 10 in the Heisman Trophy voting and played in the NFL. Kingsbury joins South Carolina’s Steve Spurrier as the only two active coaches to accomplish this feat. Spurrier won the Heisman Trophy in 1966 and played 10 seasons in the NFL. KINGSBURY IS THE YOUNGEST COACH IN THE POWER 5 At the age of 35, Kliff Kingsbury is the youngest head coach in the Power 5 and the third youngest coach in the FBS. He was named head coach at Texas Tech on Dec. 12, 2012. Youngest Head Coaches Head Coach Age School P.J. Fleck 33 Western Michigan Matt Campbell 34 Toledo Kliff Kingsbury 35 Texas Tech FIVE ALUMNI FORM COACHING STAFF FOUNDATION Five Texas Tech alumni form the nucleus of the coaching staff, including head coach Kliff Kingsbury who earned his degree in management in 2001. Joining Kingsbury are Kevin Curtis (Class of 2002), Trey Haverty (Class of 2004), Eric Morris (Class of 2008) and Mike Smith (Class of 2004). RED RAIDERS IN THE NFL Texas Tech currently has 12 former players on NFL rosters. Player (Years At Tech) NFL Team Jace Amaro (2011-13) Jets Danny Amendola (2004-07) Patriots Michael Crabtree (2007-08) 49ers Cody Davis (2009-12) Rams Keyunta Dawson (2003-06) Saints Dylan Gandy (2001-04) Bears Kerry Hyder (2010-13) Jets Manny Ramirez (2003-06) Broncos Will Smith (2012-13) Cowboys Louis Vasquez (2005-08) Broncos LaAdrian Waddle (2009-12) Lions Wes Welker (2000-03) Broncos

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2014 Texas Tech Football KLIFF KINGSBURY

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liff Kingsbury (@TTUKingsbury), Texas Tech’s second all-time leading passer, begins his second season as the head football coach at his alma mater. In his first year as head coach, Kingsbury led the Red Raiders to an 8-5 overall record and a stunning 37-23 win over No. 16 Arizona State in the National University Holiday Bowl. He became just the second coach in school history to win a bowl game in his first season as the Red Raiders dismantled the heavily favored Sun Devils in San Diego. His popularity also helped revitalize the fan base as Texas Tech fans set a new school record for average home attendance (57,933 average per game). Kingsbury returned to his collegiate roots after a one-year stint as offensive coordinator at Texas A&M where he played a huge role in leading freshman quarterback Johnny Manziel to the Heisman Trophy. Under his guidance, the Aggie offense finished third nationally in total offense by averaging 552.33 yards pergame. The Aggies ranked 14th nationally in passing offense and 13th nationally in rushing offense, making Texas A&M one of the most balanced attacks in college football. For the second consecutive year Kingsbury was named the national offensive coordinator of the year. Kliff Kingsbury Kingsbury made the move to Texas A&M from the University of Houston where he played a key role in the Cougars’ record-setting 13-win season in 2011. The Head Coach Cougars finished 2011 with a 13-1 record and posted the program’s highest final BCS finish in school history (No. 19). Kingsbury served as co-offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach for the Cougars, and was named the 2011 Offensive Coordinator of the Year by FootballScoop.com. The Cougars led the nation in total offense, passing offense and scoring in 2011, while record-setting quarterback Case Keenum placed seventh in the Heisman Trophy voting and won the Sammy Baugh Award. With Kingsbury calling the offensive plays, the Cougars averaged 599.1 total yards per game, including 450.1 through the air, while scoring over 49 points per game. The Cougars scored over 70 points in two games in 2011, and finished the season with a 30-14 win over Penn State in the TicketCity Bowl. Kingsbury was instrumental in the continued development of Keenum, who finished his illustrious career as the most prolific passer in NCAA FBS history. In his one season with Kingsbury as his QB coach, Keenum completed 428-of-604 passes for 5,631 yards and 48 touchdowns, all NCAA FBS bests. In his first season as QB coach at Houston in 2010, Kingsbury prepped a true freshman signal caller, David Piland, to an average of 330.1 yards passing per game, which ranked No. 3 nationally. He was named to the Sporting News Freshman All-America team. After a five-year professional football career, Kingsbury entered the coaching ranks in the spring of 2008 when he joined Sumlin’s staff as an offensive quality control assistant. A sixth-round draft pick in 2003 by the New England Patriots, Kingsbury played for five NFL teams and also saw action in the Canadian Football League and the All-American Football League. Kingsbury was drafted by Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots after a record-setting career at Texas Tech. Kingsbury received multiple honors including Associated Press Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year as a quarterback for the Red Raiders. In addition, he set 39 school records, 16 Big 12 marks and 17 NCAA records during his career at Tech (1999-2002). As a senior he was awarded the Sammy Baugh Trophy, presented annually to the nation’s best college quarterback. The first in a long line of record-setting Texas Tech quarterbacks under then-head coach Mike Leach, Kingsbury recorded more than 12,000 passing yards and total offense including over 1,000 pass completions making him only the third player in NCAA history to accomplish all three. Kingsbury also excelled in the classroom as he was one of 14 collegiate football players to receive a post-graduate scholarship from the National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame as he also garnered Academic All-America Player of the Year honors in 2002. A native of New Braunfels, Texas, Kingsbury graduated from Texas Tech in 2001 with a bachelor’s degree in management. COACHING EXPERIENCE YEARS COACHING POSITION 2013-present______Head Coach, Texas Tech 2012___________Offensive Coordinator, Texas A&M 2010-11_________Co-Offensive Coordinator, Houston 2008-09_________Offensive Quality Control Assistant, Houston COACHING RECORD YEARS SCHOOL/RECORD 2014___________Texas Tech 2013___________Texas Tech/8-5; 4-5 Big 12 Total____________8-5, 4-5 Big 12 POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE YEAR BOWL 2013____ National University Holiday Bowl 2009____ Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl 2008____ Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl PLAYING EXPERIENCE YEARS TEAM/ORGANIZATION 2008_____________ Team Texas (All-American Football League) 2007_____________ Winnipeg Blue Bombers (Canadian Football League) ______________ Montreal Alouettes (Canadian Football League) 2006_____________ Buffalo Bills ______________ Cologne Centurions (NFL Europe) 2005_____________ Denver Broncos ______________ New York Jets 2004-05___________ New Orleans Saints 2003-04___________ New England Patriots 2002_____________ Texas Tech (9th Place Heisman Trophy; Academic All-America Player of the Year; 5,017 passing yds) 2001_____________ Texas Tech (Starting Quarterback; 3,502 passing yards, 25 TDs) 2000_____________ Texas Tech (Starting Quarterback; 3,418 passing yards, 21 TDs) 1999_____________ Texas Tech (Earned first career start in season finale against Oklahoma; Tech won 38-28) 1994-1997__________ New Braunfels High School (coached by his father Tim; as senior threw for 3,009 yards and 34 TDs)

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PLAYER Nigel Bethel II Reginald Davis Andre Ross J.J. Gaines D.J. Polite-Bray Bradley Marquez Patrick Mahomes Gary Moore Devin Lauderdale Kris Williams Josh Keys Davis Webb Austin Stewart Justin Stockton Shawn Corker Branden Jackson Pete Robertson Payne Sullins Jakeem Grant Jacarthy Mack Zach Barnes Ian Sadler Cameron Batson Sam Eguavoen Dylan Cantrell Jah’Shawn Johnson Hunter Rittimann Keenon Ward Dorian Crawford Vincent Testaverde Thierry Nguema Micah Awe Jakari Dillard Jalen Barnes Tevin Madison Sam Atoe DeAndre Washington Derrick Dixon La’Darius Newbold Payton Hendrix Tyler Middleton Michael Coley Kenneth Huggins John White Demarcus Felton Zach Winbush Martin Hill Dominique Wheeler Mason Reed Collin Bowen Justis Nelson Brandon Bagley Stanton Keane Kenny Williams Tyler Scalzi Bobby Esiaba Quinton White Kisean Allen Ja’Deion High Kahlee Woods Dakota Allen Rodney Hall Malik Jenkins Mike Mitchell

POS DB WR LB DB WR WR QB DL WR LB S QB DB RB WR DL LB QB WR LB DL WR WR LB WR DB QB DB DB QB DB LB WR DB DB S RB S DB S DB DB RB DB RB LB DB WR RB LB DB DB WR RB/LB LB LB RB S WR LB LB RB LB LB

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

WT 178 192 234 185 183 203 215 226 180 230 189 209 223 180 186 270 236 175 169 196 221 190 173 225 211 170 175 199 200 187 174 220 185 189 160 235 201 185 201 194 195 189 155 205 175 226 175 186 205 221 177 182 210 228 236 217 200 165 186 224 225 236 212 226

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

HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL/LAST SCHOOL Miami, Fla./Booker T. Washington Tenaha, Texas/Tenaha Calvert, Texas/Calvert/Navarro College Irving, Texas/Nimitz Lithonia, Ga./Martin Luther King Odessa, Texas/Odessa Whitehouse, Texas/Whitehouse Clarksville, Texas/Clarksville Houston, Texas/Bellaire/Navarro College Dallas, Texas/Bryan Adams Seminary, Miss./Seminary/Mississippi Gulf Coast Prosper, Texas/Prosper Matthews, N.C./Butler/L.A. Pierce JC Cibolo, Texas/Steele Fort Lauderdale, Fla./Cardinal Gibbons McKeesport, Pa./McKeesport Longview, Texas/Longview Gatesville, Texas/Reicher Mesquite, Texas/Horn Lithonia, Ga./Martin Luther King Loganville, Ga./Grayson Argyle, Texas/Argyle Oklahoma City, Okla./Millwood Garland, Texas/Lakeview Centennial Whitehouse, Texas/Whitehouse Ennis, Texas/Ennis San Antonio, Texas/Johnson Snyder, Texas/Snyder San Diego, Calif./Scripps Ranch/Mt. San Antonio College Tampa, Fla./Jesuit Corona, Calif./Santiago Arlington, Texas/Summitt Princeton, Texas/Princeton Port Arthur, Texas/Memorial Fayette, Ala./Fayette Windsor, Calif/Maria Carillo/College of San Mateo Missouri City, Texas/T. Marshall Dallas, Texas/Skyline Lancaster, Texas/Lancaster Dallas, Texas/Bishop Dunne Midland, Texas/Midland/Navarro College Irving, Texas/Irving Plano, Texas/Prestonwood Christian Bremond, Texas/Bremond Houston, Texas/Dekaney Schertz, Texas/Clemens St. Louis, Mo./Lutheran North/Pierce CC Crockett, Texas/Crockett Cisco, Texas/Cisco Amarillo, Texas/Randall Mesquite, Texas/Dallas Christian Los Angeles, Calif./Compton/College of Sequoias Lubbock, Texas/Cooper Pflugerville, Texas/Hendrickson Flower Mound, Texas/Flower Mound Houston, Texas/Dallastown PA College Station, Texas/A&M Consolidated Mesquite, Texas/Poteet Hereford, Texas/Hereford Sherman, Texas/Sherman Humble, Texas/Summer Creek Angleton, Texas/Angleton/Tyler JC Ennis, Texas/Ennis Plano, Texas/Prestonwood Christian/Ohio State 6


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PLAYER Taylor Symmank Jackson Richards Kramer Fyfe David Brenner Braden Marusak Ryan Bustin Brandon Thorpe Demetrius Alston Tony Morales V.J. Fehoko Kyle Heffron Grant Bouma Alfredo Morales Josh Outlaw Talor Nunez Emiliano Renteria Le’Raven Clark James Polk Baylen Brown Hayden Vinson Reshod Fortenberry Robert Castaneda Justin Murphy Cole Collier Jared Kaster Dominique Robertson Trey Keenan Poet Thomas Brent Mitcham Brad Pearson Zach Austin Jordan Davis Kash Knutson Caleb Woodward Keland McElrath Donte Phillips Marcus Smith Clayton Hatfield Anthony Smith Rika Levi

POS K DL PK DS LB K DL DL OL LB DS LB OL OL LB OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL WR WR WR WR WR DB DL DL DL - DL DL

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

WT 192 268 169 212 192 179 277 267 315 220 222 230 308 295 240 300 313 338 293 289 286 300 270 300 285 315 272 308 177 206 170 176 173 203 312 280 310 166 331 367

COACHING STAFF (LOCATION ON GAME DAY) Head Coach_______________________________Kliff Kingsbury (Sideline) Offensive Coordinator/Receviers__________________Eric Morris (Press Box) Special Teams Coordinator_____________________Darrin Chiaverini (Sideline) Defensive Coordinator________________________Matt Wallerstedt (Sideline) Co-Defensive Coordinator/Outside Linebackers________Mike Smith (Press Box) Cornerbacks_______________________________Kevin Curtis (Press Box) Special Teams Coordinator/Safeties________________Trey Haverty (Sideline) Offensive Line_____________________________Lee Hays (Sideline) Running Backs_____________________________Mike Jinks (Press Box) Defensive Line_____________________________John Scott Jr. (Sideline) Strength and Conditioning_____________________Chad Dennis (Sideline)

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

HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL/LAST SCHOOL McKinney, Texas/McKinney Boyd/Southern Arkansas Southlake, Texas/Carroll Austin, Texas/Lake Travis Plano, Texas/Canyon Creek Christian Academy Amarillo, Texas/Amarillo Kilgore, Texas/Kilgore/Kilgore College Tucker, Ga./Tucker/Highland CC Norcross, Ga./Norcross/Hutchinson CC Arlington, Texas/Sam Houston Honolulu, Hawaii/Farrington/Utah San Antonio, Texas/Ronald Reagan Bakersfield, Calif./Bakersfield Christian Arlington, Texas/Sam Houston Lithonia, Ga./Martin Luther King Midland, Texas/Lee Lamesa, Texas/Lamesa Rockdale, Texas/Rockdale Houston, Texas/Alief Elsik San Antonio, Texas/O’Connor San Angelo, Texas/Central/Cisco College Tylertown, Miss./Bowling Green/Mississippi Gulf Coast CC Round Rock, Texas/Round Rock Belton, Texas/Belton Prosper, Texas/Prosper Altair, Texas/Altair Rice Redlands, Calif./Redlands East/Riverside CC Argyle, Texas/Argyle Beverly Hills, Mich./Country Day Houston, Texas/Cypress Creek Lubbock, Texas/Monterey Austin, Texas/Lake Travis Arlington, Texas/Arlington/Southwestern Oklahoma State San Antonio, Texas/Reagan Leander, Texas/Leander Ripley, Tenn/Ripley/Coahoma CC Milwaukee, Wis./Homestead Wadesboro, N.C./Wadesboro/Highland CC Boerne, Texas/Champion Houston, Texas/Spring Westfield San Francisco, Calif/S. San Francisco/College of San Mateo PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Kisean Allen______________kuh-SHAWN Micah Awe_______________AH-way Grant Bouma______________ BOE-muh Robert Castaneda___________cast-uh-NAY-duh Sam Eguavoen_____________uh-GUAV-in Bobby Esiaba______________es-SAW-buh V.J. Fehoko_______________feh-HOE-koe Ja’Deion High______________ JAY-dee-on Patrick Mahomes___________ muh-HOMES Braden Marusak____________BRAY-dun MAR-shock Thierry Nguema____________ THARE-ee GHEE-muh Tyler Scalzi_______________SCOWL-z Kahlee Woods_____________KAH-lee

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DEPTH CHART - CENTRAL ARKANSAS GAME OFFENSE LT 62 Le’Raven Clark_______6-6__313__ Jr-2L_______________ Rockdale, Texas 73 Justin Murphy_______6-7__270__ Fr-HS_________________ Belton, Texas

DEFENSE END 9 Branden Jackson______6-4__270__ Jr-2L_______________ McKeesport, Pa. 5 Gary Moore_________6-5__226__ Fr-RS_______________Clarksville, Texas

LG

56 Alfredo Morales______6-4__308__ Jr-2L_______________ Arlington, Texas 63 James Polk_________6-6__338__ Sr-3L________________Houston, Texas

N

43 Jackson Richards______6-4__268__ Sr-3L_______________Southlake, Texas 99 Rika Levi__________6-2__367__ Jr-TR_____________ San Francisco, Calif.

C

75 Jared Kaster________6-3__285__ Jr-2L__________________Altair, Texas 72 Robert Castaneda_____6-5__300__ Fr-HS______________Round Rock, Texas

T

51 Demetrius Alston_____6-3__267__ Jr-1L_________________ Norcross, Ga. 90 Keland McElrath______6-4__312__ Jr-TR_________________ Ripley, Tenn.

RG 65 Baylen Brown_______6-4__293__ So-1L_____________ San Antonio, Texas 76 Dominique Robertson__6-5__315__ Jr-TR_______________ Redlands, Calif. RT 71 Reshod Fortenberry____6-5__286__ Sr-2L_______________ Tylertown, Miss. 77 Trey Keenan________6-5__272__ So-1L_________________ Argyle, Texas

BAN 10 2 WILL 52 21

QB 7 Davis Webb_________6-5__209__ So-1L________________ Prosper, Texas 5 Patrick Mahomes_____6-3__215__ Fr-HS_____________ Whitehouse, Texas

MIKE 13 Sam Eguavoen_______6-1__225__ Sr-3L________________ Garland, Texas 18 Micah Awe_________6-0__220__ Jr-2L_______________ Arlington, Texas

RB 21 DeAndre Washington___5-8__201__ Jr-2L_____________ Missouri City, Texas 37 Quinton White_______5-7__200__ So-1L____________College Station, Texas

RAID 34 Kenny Williams______5-9__228__ Sr-3L______________ Pflugerville, Texas 30 Austin Stewart_______6-0__223__ Sr-2L_______________ Matthews, N.C.

WR 3 D.J. Polite-Bray______ 5-11__183__ So-1L_________________ Lithonia, Ga. 6 Devin Lauderdale_____6-0__180__ So-TR________________Houston, Texas

BC 31 Justis Nelson________6-2__177__ So-1L_______________ Mesquite, Texas 17 Thierry Nguema_____ 5-10__174__ So-1L_________________ Corona, Calif.

WR 11 Jakeem Grant_______5-6__169__ Jr-2L_______________ Mesquite, Texas 82 Brent Mitcham_______5-9__177__ Sr-1L________________Houston, Texas

FS

15 Keenon Ward________5-9__195__ So-1L_________________ Snyder, Texas 7 Josh Keys__________6-0__189__ Jr-TR_______________ Seminary, Miss.

WR 4 Bradley Marquez______6-0__203__ Sr-3L_________________Odessa, Texas 85 Jordan Davis_______ 5-10__176__ Sr-2L_______________ Arlington, Texas

SS

3 J.J. Gaines__________6-0__185__ So-1L_________________ Irving, Texas 19 Jalen Barnes________6-0__189__ Fr-RS______________ Port Arthur, Texas

WR 2 Reginald Davis_______6-0__192__ So-1L________________ Tenaha, Texas 14 Dylan Cantrell_______6-3__211__ So-1L_____________ Whitehouse, Texas

FC

20 Tevin Madison______ 5-10__160__ Fr-HS_________________ Fayette, Ala. 14 Jah’Shawn Johnson___ 5-10__170__ Fr-HS__________________Ennis, Texas

Pete Robertson_______6-3__236__ Jr-2L_______________ Longview, Texas Andre Ross_________6-2__234__ Jr-1L_________________Calvert, Texas V.J. Fehoko________ 5-11__220__ Sr-TR______________ Honolulu, Hawaii Sam Atoe_________ 5-11__235__ Jr-TR________________ Windsor, Calif.

SPECIAL TEAMS LS 57 David Brenner_______6-0__212__ Jr-1L_________________ Plano, Texas 53 Kyle Heffron_______ 5-10__222__ Fr-RS______________ San Antonio Texas PK 48 Ryan Bustin________ 5-11__179__ Sr-2L_________________Kilgore, Texas 42 Taylor Symmank______6-2__192__ Jr-1L_______________ McKinney, Texas P

42 Taylor Symmank______6-2__192__ Jr-1L_______________ McKinney, Texas 48 Ryan Bustin________ 5-11__179__ Sr-2L_________________Kilgore, Texas

KO 42 Taylor Symmank______6-2__192__ Jr-1L_______________ McKinney, Texas 45 Kramer Fyfe_________5-8__169__ Sr-2L_________________ Austin, Texas H

4 Bradley Marquez______6-0__203__ Sr-3L_________________Odessa, Texas 45 Kramer Fyfe_________5-8__169__ Sr-2L_________________ Austin, Texas

KR 11 Jakeem Grant_______5-6__169__ Jr-2L_______________ Mesquite, Texas 2 Reginald Davis_______6-0__192__ So-1L________________ Tenaha, Texas PR 13 Cameron Batson______5-9__173__ Fr-HS____________ Oklahoma City, Okla. 85 Jordan Davis_______ 5-10__176__ Sr-2L_______________ Arlington, Texas

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THE LAST TIME TEXAS TECH ... TEXAS TECH - TEAM

OFFENSE SCORING (All Games) Scored 50 or more points_______________________________ 54, at Kansas (2013) Scored 60 or more points________________________ 61, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013) 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, 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)

TEXAS TECH - TEAM TOTAL OFFENSE Had 500 or more total yards_____________________549, vs. #12 Oklahoma State (2013) Had 600 or more total yards___________________________666, vs. Iowa State (2013) Had 650 or more total yards___________________________666, vs. Iowa State (2013) Had 700 or more total yards______________________ 731, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013) 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)

Allowed 50 or more points____________________________ 63, vs. #4 Baylor (2013) Allowed 60 or more points____________________________ 63, vs. #4 Baylor (2013) Allowed 65 or more points___________________________ 66, vs. #20 Baylor (2011)

RUSHING ATTEMPTS Had 40 or more rushing attempts_______________________ 45, vs. Iowa State (2013) Had 45 or more rushing attempts_______________________ 45, vs. Iowa State (2013) Had 50 or more rushing attempts______________________ 51, vs. #14 Missouri (2010) Had 55 or more rushing attempts__________________________ 55, at Baylor (1999) Had 60 or more rushing attempts_______________________ 61, vs. North Texas (1998) Had 64 or more rushing attempts_____________________64, vs. #20 Texas A&M (1997)

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)

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)

SCORING (Home Games) Scored 50 or more points________________________ 61, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013) Scored 60 or more points________________________ 61, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013) Scored 70 or more points_______________________ 75, vs. Northwestern State (2007) Scored 80 or more points_______________________ 80, vs. Sam Houston State (2005)

RUSHING OFFENSE Had 200 or more rushing yards_________________________251, vs. Iowa State (2013) Had 250 or more rushing yards_________________________251, vs. Iowa State (2013) Had 300 or more rushing yards________________________325, vs. New Mexico (2012) 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 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 50 or more points_____________________ 52, vs. #12 Oklahoma State (2013) 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 50 or more points_______________________________ 54, at Kansas (2013) 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 50 or more points______________________ 59, at #24 Oklahoma State (2012) Allowed 60 or more points__________________________ 65, at #5 Oklahoma (2008) Shutout opponent__________________________________ at Baylor, 28-0 (2005) Held opponent without an offensive touchdown_______________ at #20 TCU, 3-12 (2006)

Was held to 50 or fewer rushing yards_______________________ 43, vs. #24 TCU (2013) 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, at Kansas (2013) Had 5 or more rushing touchdowns_________________ 5, vs. Eastern Washington (2008) Was held without a rushing TD in back-to-back games____________ vs. #24 TCU/vs. Texas State (2013) Was held without a rushing TD in 3 consecutive games________________5 games (2006) PASSING ATTEMPTS Had 60 or more passing attempts______________________ 64, vs. Kansas State (2013) Had 65 or more passing attempts_________________ 71, vs. #12 Oklahoma State (2013) Had 70 or more passing attempts_________________ 71, vs. #12 Oklahoma State (2013) Had 75 or more passing attempts_______________________ 78, vs. Iowa State (2003) Was held to 35 or fewer passing attempts_________________ 32, at #15 Nebraska (2009) Was held to 30 or fewer passing attempts___________________ 25, vs. Nebraska (2008) Was held to 25 or fewer passing attempts___________________ 25, vs. Nebraska (2008) Was held to 20 or fewer passing attempts___________________17, vs. Oklahoma (1999) Was held to 15 or fewer passing attempts__________________ 14, vs. Iowa State (1999) Was held to 10 or fewer passing attempts______________________ 10, at Texas (1997)

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THE LAST TIME TEXAS TECH ... TEXAS TECH - TEAM PASSING COMPLETIONS Had 47 or more passing completions____________________ 47, vs. Kansas State (2013) Had 48 or more passing completions_________________________48, vs. UTEP (2007) Had 49 or more passing completions_________________________ 50, vs. SMU (2007) Had 50 or more passing completions_________________________ 50, vs. SMU (2007) Had 51 or more passing completions_____________________ 52, vs. Iowa State (2003) Had 52 or more passing completions_____________________ 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____________________ 403, vs. #14 Arizona State (2013) Had 450 or more passing yards________________________462, at West Virginia (2013) Had 500 or more passing yards___________________________ 508, vs. Kansas (2012) 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, vs. #4 Baylor (2013) Had 6 or more passing touchdowns_________________________ 7, at #21 TCU (2012) Had 7 or more passing touchdowns_________________________ 7, at #21 TCU (2012) Had 8 or more passing touchdowns______________________ 8, vs. Kansas State (2009) Was held without a passing TD_________________________ vs. #14 Oklahoma (2012) 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. Texas State (2013) Had 4 or more passing interceptions________________________ 4, vs. Colorado (2007) Had 5 or more passing interceptions_____________________ 5, vs. #1 Oklahoma (2003)

TEXAS TECH - TEAM

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_____________________________ 7, vs. Texas State (2013) Allowed 10 or fewer points____________________________ 7, vs. Texas State (2013) 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____________________________ 7, vs. Texas State (2013) Allowed 7 or fewer points_____________________________ 7, vs. Texas State (2013) 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 50 or more points_____________________ 52, vs. #12 Oklahoma State (2013) Allowed 60 or more points______________________ 66, vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011) 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 50 or more points_________________________55, at #3 Kansas State (2012) Allowed 60 or more points________________________________________ N/A TOTAL DEFENSE Allowed 250 or fewer total yards_______________________ 240, vs. Texas State (2013) Allowed 200 or fewer total yards________________________ 189, at Iowa State (2012) Allowed 150 or fewer total yards_______________________127, vs. New Mexico (2012) Allowed 125 or fewer total yards___________________ 84, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Allowed 100 or fewer total yards___________________ 84, vs. Northwestern State (2012)

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)

Allowed 500 or more total yards________________________ Allowed 550 or more total yards________________________ Allowed 600 or more total yards________________________ Allowed 650 or more total yards________________________

FUMBLES ALLOWED Had 3 or more fumbles_______________________3 (lost 2) vs. #14 Arizona State (2013) Had 4 or more fumbles___________________________ 4 (lost 2), vs. #4 Baylor (2013) 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)

DEFENSIVE FIRST DOWNS ALLOWED Allowed 12 or fewer first downs________________________ 11, vs. Texas State (2013) Allowed 10 or fewer first downs________________________ 8, vs. New Mexico (2012) Allowed 9 or fewer first downs_________________________ 8, vs. New Mexico (2012) Allowed 7 or fewer first downs_____________________6, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Allowed 5 or fewer first downs_________________________ 5, vs. North Texas (1998)

Went back-to-back games without a fumble_______________________ 2 games (2008)

Allowed 30 or more first downs_________________________ 32, vs. #4 Baylor (2013) Allowed 35 or more first downs________________________ 38, vs. #20 Baylor (2011)

TURNOVERS ALLOWED Had 4 or more turnovers_________________________________4, vs. Baylor (2012) 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)

675, vs. #4 Baylor (2013) 675, vs. #4 Baylor (2013) 675, vs. #4 Baylor (2013) 675, vs. #4 Baylor (2013)

TACKLES FOR A LOSS Recorded 12 or more tackles for a loss_____________________ 12, vs. Texas State (2013) 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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RUSHING DEFENSE Allowed 70 or fewer rushing yards__________________________ 53, at Kansas (2013) Allowed 60 or fewer rushing yards__________________________ 53, at Kansas (2013) 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)

Was held without a forced turnover in back-to-back games______________ 5 games (2012) Was held without a forced turnover in 3 consecutive games______________ 5 games (2012) Was held without a forced turnover in 3 consecutive games______________ 5 games (2012)

Allowed 250 or more rushing yards_________________ 287, vs. #14 Arizona State (2013) Allowed 300 or more rushing yards______________________ 340, vs. #4 Baylor (2013) Allowed 350 or more rushing yards________________________ 390, vs. Kansas (2012) Allowed 400 or more rushing yards_______________________439, at #25 Texas (2011) Allowed 450 or more rushing yards_______________________ 469, at Missouri (2003)

FORCED FUMBLES Forced 4 or more fumbles___________________________ 4 (lost 3), at Kansas (2013) 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)

DEFENSIVE SACKS Had 4 or more sacks___________________________________ 5, at Kansas (2013) Had 5 or more sacks___________________________________ 5, at Kansas (2013) Had 6 or more sacks__________________________________ 6, vs. Kansas (2009)

Was held without a forced fumble in back-to-back games_______________ 5 games (2012) Was held without a forced fumble in 3 or more consecutive games_________ 5 games (2012) Was held without a forced fumble in 4 or more consecutive games_________ 5 games (2012) Was held without a forced fumble in 5 or more consecutive games_________ 5 games (2012) Was held without a forced fumble in 7 or more consecutive games_________ 7 games (2004)

Was held without a sack in back-to-back games__ 2, at #12 Oklahoma/vs. #12 Oklahoma State (2013) QUARTERBACK HURRIES Had 5 or more quarterback hurries________________________ 6, vs. Iowa State (2013) 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) Was held without a quarterback hurry in back-to-back games____________ 2 games (2012) Was held without a quarterback hurry in 5 consecutive games____________ 5 games (2008) PASSING DEFENSE Allowed 100 or fewer passing yards_____________________ 76, vs. Kansas State (2013) Allowed 75 or fewer passing yards__________________________29, vs. Kansas (2012) Allowed 60 or fewer passing yards__________________________29, vs. Kansas (2012) Allowed 50 or fewer passing yards__________________________29, vs. Kansas (2012) Allowed 45 or fewer passing yards__________________________29, vs. Kansas (2012) Allowed 40 or fewer passing yards__________________________29, vs. Kansas (2012) Allowed 30 or fewer passing yards__________________________29, vs. Kansas (2012) Allowed 25 or fewer passing yards_________________________ 0, vs. Arkansas (1974)

FORCED TURNOVERS Forced 3 or more turnovers_______________________________ 4, at Kansas (2013) Forced 4 or more turnovers_______________________________ 4, at Kansas (2013) Forced 5 or more turnovers____________________________ 5, at #19 Kansas (2008) Forced 6 or more turnovers_____________________________ 7, vs. Nebraska (2004) Forced 7 or more turnovers_____________________________ 7, vs. Nebraska (2004)

RECOVERED FUMBLES Recovered 3 or more fumbles______________________________ 3, at Kansas (2013) Recovered 4 or more fumbles___________________________ 4, vs. Texas State (2011) Was held without a recovered fumble in 3 or more consecutive games_____ 9 games (2012-13) Was held without a recovered fumble in 4 or more consecutive games_____ 9 games (2012-13) Was held without a recovered fumble in 5 or more consecutive games_____ 9 games (2012-13) Was held without a recovered fumble in 6 or more consecutive games_____ 9 games (2012-13) Was held without a recovered fumble in 7 or more consecutive games_____ 9 games (2012-13) Was held without a recovered fumble in 8 or more consecutive games_____ 9 games (2012-13) Was held without a recovered fumble in 9 or more consecutive games_____ 9 games (2012-13) DEFENSIVE MISC. Returned an interception for a touchdown_______________vs. #12 Oklahoma State (2013) Returned 2 interceptions for touchdowns__________________ vs. Oklahoma State (2000) Returned a fumble for a touchdown________________________ vs. Texas State (2013) Returned a fumble for a TD to win the game with under 1:00_____ 0:48, vs. Fresno State (1998) Recorded a safety________________________________vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013)

Allowed 350 or more passing yards__________________________388, at SMU (2013) 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 Iowa State (2012) 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_______________ 5 games (2012) Was held without an interception in 5 consecutive games_______________ 5 games (2012) Was held without an interception in 6 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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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______________________ vs. #12 Oklahoma State (2013) - Kerry Hyder 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______vs. #14 Arizona State (2013) - Reginald Davis, 90 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_____________________________vs. #12 Oklahoma State (2013) Had a punt blocked and returned for a TD___________ at #24 Oklahoma State (2012) - 30 yds Did not punt_______________________________________ at Texas State (2012) Had 10 or more punts__________________________ 14, vs. #13 Kansas State (1997) Forced 10 or more punts_____________________________ 11, vs. Iowa State (2013) Faked a punt and scored a touchdown________ at Texas (2013) - P Ryan Erxleben (51-yd run) FIELD GOALS & PAT Blocked a PAT attempt_________________________ at Kansas (2011) - Terrance Bullitt Blocked a field goal attempt____________ at #12 Oklahoma (2013) - Kerry Hyder, 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. Kansas State (2013) Missed a PAT attempt____________________________ vs. #14 Arizona State (2013) Had a field goal blocked________________________________vs. Minnesota (2012) 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_________________ at #12 Oklahoma (2013) - Summit Hogue

MISCELLANEOUS vs. NATIONALLY-RANKED OPPONENTS Defeated a ranked opponent________________________ vs. #14 Arizona State (2013) Defeated a ranked opponent at home_________________________ vs. #24 TCU (2013) Defeated a ranked opponent on the road________________________at #21 TCU (2012) Defeated a ranked opponent at a neutral site______________ vs. #14 Arizona State (2013) Defeated a ranked opponent in back-to-back games__________________ 2 games (2012) Defeated a ranked opponent in 3 consecutive games__________________ 3 games (2008) Lost to a ranked opponent_______________________________ vs. #4 Baylor (2013) Lost to a ranked opponent at home___________________vs. #12 Oklahoma State (2013) Lost to a ranked opponent on the road_____________________at #12 Oklahoma (2013) Lost to a ranked opponent at a neutral site_____________________ vs. #4 Baylor (2013) Lost to an unranked opponent at home_____________________ vs. Kansas State (2013) Lost to an unranked team on the road___________________________ at Texas (2013) 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 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. Kansas (2012) - W, 41-34 (2OT) Played in an overtime game vs. ranked opponent________ at #21 TCU (2012) - W, 56-53 (3OT) Lost a game and didn’t commit a turnover_____________________ vs. #22 Texas (2012)

TEXAS TECH - TEAM MARGIN OF VICTORY/DEFEAT Won by 40 or more points___________________ 48, Texas Tech 61, Texas State 13 (2013) 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___________ 38, #24 Oklahoma State 59, #23 Texas Tech 21 (2012) Lost by 40 or more points_______________ 60, #2 Oklahoma State 66, Texas Tech 6 (2011) Lost by 50 or more points_______________ 60, #2 Oklahoma State 66, Texas Tech 6 (2011) Lost by 60 or more points_______________ 60, #2 Oklahoma State 66, Texas Tech 6 (2011) TOTAL PLAYS Had 90 or more total plays__________________________ 96, vs. Kansas State (2013) Had 100 or more total plays___________________________101, vs. Iowa State (2013) 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__________________________ 30, vs. Kansas State (2013) Had 35 or more first downs_____________________ 35, vs. #12 Oklahoma State (2013) 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. #24 TCU (2013) 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________________________________ 11, at Texas (2013) Had 15 or more penalties_______________________________ 17, at Kansas (2011) Had 5 or fewer penalties____________________________ 3, at #12 Oklahoma (2013) Had 4 or fewer penalties____________________________ 3, at #12 Oklahoma (2013) Had 3 or fewer penalties____________________________ 3, at #12 Oklahoma (2013) Had 2 or fewer penalties______________________________ 2, vs. Texas State (2011) Had 1 or fewer penalties_____________________________1, at #5 Texas A&M (1992) PENALTY YARDS Had 100 or more penalty yards____________________________ 102, at Texas (2013) Had 125 or more penalty yards_________________________135, vs. Minnesota (2012) Had 150 or more penalty yards___________________________ 154, at Kansas (2011) Had 175 or more penalty yards_____________________________ 183, at Rice (2007) Had 40 or fewer penalty yards_________________________ 30, vs. Iowa State (2013) Had 30 or fewer penalty yards_________________________ 30, vs. Iowa State (2013) Had 20 or fewer penalty yards____________________________ 20, vs. Baylor (2009) TWO-POINT CONVERSIONS Scored an offensive two-point conversion________ at #21 TCU (2012), PASS: Doege-to-Moore 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

1st Quarter Was held to 5 or fewer rushing yards ________________________ 5, vs. Kansas (2012) Was held to 30 or fewer passing yards ____________________ 23, vs. Minnesota (2012) Was held to 75 or fewer total yards ______________________ 60, vs. Minnesota (2012) Had 75 or more rushing yards ____________________________ 79, vs. Baylor (2013) Had 175 or more passing yards ___________________ 191, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013) Had 250 or more total yards _____________________ 259, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013) 2nd Quarter Was held to 0 or fewer rushing yards________________________ -19, at Texas (2013) Was held to 60 or fewer passing yards____________________ 51, vs. Kansas State (2013) Was held to 90 or fewer total yards___________________________61, vs. TCU (2013) Had 90 or more rushing yards_____________________________ 92, at Kansas (2013) Had 175 or more passing yards____________________ 176, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013) Had 260 or more total yards______________________ 264, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013) FIRST HALF Was held to 5 or fewer rushing yards__________________________ 5, vs. TCU (2013) Was held to 110 or fewer passing yards___________________ 108, vs. Texas State (2013) Was held to 200 or fewer total yards____________________ 196, vs. Kansas State (2013) Had 150 or more rushing yards____________________ 156, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013) Had 350 or more passing yards____________________ 367, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013) Had 500 or more total yards________________________ 523, Stephen F. Austin (2013) 3rd Quarter Was held to 0 or fewer rushing yards_________________________ -16, at SMU (2013) Was held to 10 or fewer passing yards__________________________ 10, at TCU (2012) Was held to 0 or fewer total yards____________________________ -1, at TCU (2012) Had 70 or more rushing yards__________________________ 70, vs. Iowa State (2013) Had 175 or more passing yards___________________________ 179, at Kansas (2013) Had 170 or more total yards_____________________________ 209, at Kansas (2013) 4th Quarter Was held to 0 or fewer rushing yards_______________________ -17, at Kansas (2013) Was held to 10 or fewer passing yards_________________________8, vs. Baylor (2013) Was held to 20 or fewer total yards_________________________ 19, at Kansas (2013) Had 100 or more rushing yards_________________________113, vs. Iowa State (2013) Had 175 or more passing yards_____________________________175, at SMU (2013) Had 180 or more total yards_______________________________187, at SMU (2013) SECOND HALF Was held to 0 or fewer rushing yards__________________________-4, at SMU (2013) Was held to 90 or fewer passing yards__________________________87, vs. TCU (2013) Was held to 125 or fewer total yards__________________________ 125, vs. TCU (2013) Had 175 or more rushing yards_________________________183, vs. Iowa State (2013) Had 260 or more passing yards_____________________________265, at SMU (2013) Had 170 or more total yards__________________________312, at West Virginia (2013)

RUSHING Rushed for 100 or more yards___ Eric Stephens, 118 yds/Kenny Williams, 105 yds, vs. New Mexico (2012) 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____Eric Stephens - 118 yards, Kenny Williams - 105 yards, vs. New Mexico (2012) Had a run of 50 or more yards_________________ Ryan Erxleben, 51 yards, at Texas (2013) 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) Had 2 or more fumbles (QB or RB)__________ Baker Mayfield, 3 (lost 1), vs. #4 Baylor (2013) Had 3 or more fumbles (QB or RB)__________ Baker Mayfield, 3 (lost 1), vs. #4 Baylor (2013) PASSING Had 60 or more passing attempts__________ Davis Webb, 71, vs. #12 Oklahoma State (2013) Had 65 or more passing attempts__________ Davis Webb, 71, vs. #12 Oklahoma State (2013) Had 70 or more passing attempts__________ Davis Webb, 71, vs. #12 Oklahoma State (2013) Had 72 or more passing attempts____________ Graham Harrell, 72, vs. #3 Oklahoma (2007) Had 40 or more completions_____________ Davis Webb, 45, vs. #12 Oklahoma State (2013) Had 45 or more completions_____________ Davis Webb, 45, vs. #12 Oklahoma State (2013) Had 46 or more completions____________________ Taylor Potts, 46, at #2 Texas (2009) Had 47 or more completions____________________Graham Harrell, 48, vs. UTEP (2007) Had 48 or more completions____________________Graham Harrell, 48, vs. UTEP (2007) Had 49 or more completions______________ Kliff Kingsbury, 49, at #23 Texas A&M (2002) 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_____________ Davis Webb, 51, vs. Texas State (2013) Completed a pass of 60 or more yards_______ Baker Mayfield, 60, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013) 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) Passed for 350 or more yards______________Davis Webb, 403, vs. #14 Arizona State (2013) Passed for 400 or more yards______________Davis Webb, 403, vs. #14 Arizona State (2013) Passed for 450 or more yards_________________ Davis Webb, 462, at West Virginia (2013) 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_________ RB Kenny Williams, vs. #4 Baylor - 6 yds to Jace Amaro Passed for 4 or more touchdowns____________ Davis Webb, 4, vs. #14 Arizona State (2013) Passed for 5 or more touchdowns__________________ Seth Doege, 7, at #21 TCU (2012) Passed for 6 or more touchdowns__________________ Seth Doege, 7, at #21 TCU (2012) Passed for 7 or more touchdowns__________________ Seth Doege, 7, at #21 TCU (2012) Passed for 8 or more touchdowns________________ B.J. Symons, 8, vs. Texas A&M (2003) Threw 3 or more interceptions__________________ Baker Mayfield, 3, vs. #24 TCU (2013) 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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THE LAST TIME TEXAS TECH ... TEXAS TECH - PLAYER RECEIVING Caught 10 or more passes_____________________ Eric Ward, 11, vs. Kansas State (2013) Caught 11 or more passes_____________________ Eric Ward, 11, vs. Kansas State (2013) Caught 12 or more passes_______________ Jace Amaro, 15, vs. #12 Oklahoma State (2013) Caught 13 or more passes_______________ Jace Amaro, 15, vs. #12 Oklahoma State (2013) Caught 14 or more passes_______________ Jace Amaro, 15, vs. #12 Oklahoma State (2013) Caught 15 or more passes_______________ Jace Amaro, 15, vs. #12 Oklahoma State (2013) Caught 16 or more passes______________________ Eric Ward, 16, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) Had 100 or more receiving yards____________ Jace Amaro, 112, vs. #14 Arizona State (2013) Had 150 or more receiving yards__________ Jace Amaro, 174, vs. #12 Oklahoma State (2013) Had 175 or more receiving yards_________________ Darrin Moore, 186, vs. Baylor (2012) 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__________Jakeem Grant, 51 yards, vs. Texas State (2013) Had a reception of 60 or more yards____ Bradley Marquez, 60 yards, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013) 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__________________ Eric Ward, 3, at #21 TCU (2012) Had 4 or more receiving touchdowns_________________Derek Dorris, 4, at Kansas (2000) Had 2 or more fumbles (WR or TE)______ Jace Amaro, 2 (lost 1), vs. #12 Oklahoma State (2013) Had 2 or more 100-yard receivers_____2, Jace Amaro (119) & Eric Ward (106), at #12 Oklahoma (2013) 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) 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________________ Ben McRoy, 203, vs. Nevada (2011) Had 225 or more all-purpose yards___________ Eric Stephens, 227, vs. Northwestern (2010) Had 250 or more all-purpose yards____________ Eric Stephens, 264, at New Mexico (2010) Had 275 or more all-purpose yards____________Wes Welker, 327, at #23 Texas A&M (2002) Had 300 or more all-purpose yards____________Wes Welker, 327, at #23 Texas A&M (2002) Had 325 or more all-purpose yards____________Wes Welker, 327, at #23 Texas A&M (2002)

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DEFENSE INTERCEPTIONS Had 2 or more interceptions_________________ Cornelius Douglas, 2, at Iowa State (2012) Had 3 or more interceptions___________________Darcel McBath, 3, at #19 Kansas (2008) Defensive Lineman had an interception_______________ Scott Smith, 1, vs. #4 Texas (2010) TACKLES Had 15 or more tackles___________________________ Will Smith, 18, at Texas (2013) Had 16 or more tackles___________________________ Will Smith, 18, at Texas (2013) Had 17 or more tackles___________________________ Will Smith, 18, at Texas (2013) Had 18 or more tackles___________________________ Will Smith, 18, at Texas (2013) Had 20 or more tackles________________ Lawrence Flugence, 23, at #12 Ohio State (2002) SACKS Had 2 or more sacks_____________________________ Will Smith, 2, at SMU (2013) 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____________ Cornelius Douglas, 3, vs. #14 Oklahoma (2012) Had 4 or more tackles for a loss_______________________Will Smith, 4, at Texas (2013) Had 5 or more tackles for a loss_______________ Dorian Pitts, 5, vs. Oklahoma State (2000) QUARTERBACK HURRIES Had 2 or more quarterback hurries__________________ Pete Robertson, 2, at Texas (2013) 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) PASS BREAKUPS Had 4 or more pass breakups___________________ Terrance Bullitt, 4, vs. #24 TCU (2013) 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) FORCED FUMBLES Had 2 or more forced fumbles__________________ D.J. Johnson, 2, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) FUMBLE RECOVERIES Had 2 or more fumble recoveries____________ Sylvester Brinkley, 2, vs. Kansas State (2005) SAFETY Recorded a safety (individual tackle)_______ Colby Whitlock (tackled RB), vs. #1 Texas (2008) MISCELLANEOUS Returned an INT for a touchdown____ Pete Robertson (21 yds), vs. #12 Oklahoma State (2013) Returned a fumble for a touchdown_____________ Will Smith (9 yds), vs. Texas State (2013)

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SPECIAL TEAMS

OFFENSE

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_______________________ Kerry Hyder, vs. #12 Oklahoma State (2013) Returned a blocked punt for a touchdown___ Brandon Douglas (2 yds), vs. Indiana State (2005)

RUSHING ATTEMPTS Had 40 or more rushing attempts___________________ 49, vs. #14 Arizona State (2013) Had 50 or more rushing attempts___________________________ 61, at Texas (2013) Had 60 or more rushing attempts___________________________ 61, at Texas (2013) Had 70 or more rushing attempts_______________________ 79, vs. #20 Baylor (2011)

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______ Reginald Davis (90 yds), vs. #14 Arizona State (2012) 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___________________ Ryan Erxleben, 60, at #21 TCU (2012) 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) Faked a punt and scored a touchdown_________ P Ryan Erxleben, 51-yd run, at Texas (2013) 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) Made 3 or more field goals________________ Ryan Bustin, 3-of-3, at West Virginia (2013) Made 4 or more field goals____________________Ryan Bustin, 4-of-5, at Kansas (2013) Made a game-winning FG in last minute________ Ryan Bustin, 28 yds (0:00), vs. Minnesota (2012) Made 100 consecutive PAT attempts____________________ Ryan Bustin, 101, 2012-2013 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______________ Kerry Hyder, 52 yds, at #12 Oklahoma (2013) Returned a blocked FG for a TD_____ Aaron Hunt... Lawrence Flugence, 79 yds, vs. Oklahoma State (2000) MISCELLANEOUS Recovered an on-sides kick__________________Summit Hogue, at #12 Oklahoma (2013)

Was held to 25 or fewer rushing attempts_________________ 25, at #1 Oklahoma (2011) Was held to 24 or fewer rushing attempts___________________23, at Texas A&M (2008) Was held to 23 or fewer rushing attempts___________________23, at Texas A&M (2008) Was held to 22 or fewer rushing attempts_____________22, vs. Eastern Washington (2008) RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS Had 4 or more rushing touchdowns________________________ 5, vs. #4 Baylor (2013) Had 5 or more rushing touchdowns________________________ 5, vs. #4 Baylor (2013) Had 6 or more rushing touchdowns________________________ 6, at #25 Texas (2011) Had 7 or more rushing touchdowns_________________________ 8, at Missouri (2003) Had 8 or more rushing touchdowns_________________________ 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___________________________ 62, at SMU (2013) Had 60 or more passing attempts___________________________ 62, at SMU (2013) Was held to 30 or fewer passing attempts______________ 29, vs. #14 Arizona State (2013) Was held to 25 or fewer passing attempts______________________ 20, at Texas (2013) Was held to 20 or fewer passing attempts______________________ 20, at Texas (2013) Was held to 15 or fewer passing attempts_________________ 11, vs. Kansas State (2013) Was held to 10 or fewer passing attempts____________________ 9, at #25 Texas (2011) 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_________________________ Had 39 or more passing completions_________________________ Had 40 or more passing completions_________________________

41, at SMU (2013) 41, at SMU (2013) 41, at SMU (2013) 41, at SMU (2013) 41, at SMU (2013) 41, at SMU (2013)

Was held to 15 or fewer passing completions____________________ 11, at Texas (2013) Was held to 10 or fewer passing completions________________ 7, vs. Kansas State (2013) 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. #24 TCU/vs. Texas State (2013) Was held without a passing TD in 3 consecutive games________________ 3 games (2006)

MISCELLANEOUS Game-winning TD with less than a minute_____ Seth Doege-to-Eric Ward (0:36), vs. Nevada (2011) Game-winning TD in overtime_____ RB Eric Stephens-to-WR Darrin Moore (2OT), vs. Kansas (2012) 100 YD Rusher/100 YD Receiver____ Eric Stephens (102 RUSH), Alex Torres (111 REC), vs. #23 Texas A&M (2011) 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 (2011)

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DEFENSE

MISCELLANEOUS

TACKLES FOR A LOSS Recorded 10 or more tackles for a loss_________________________ 14, at Texas (2013) Recorded 11 or more tackles for a loss_________________________ 14, at Texas (2013) Recorded 12 or more tackles for a loss_________________________ 14, at Texas (2013) Recorded 13 or more tackles for a loss_________________________ 14, at Texas (2013) Recorded 14 or more tackles for a loss_________________________ 14, at Texas (2013) Recorded 15 or more tackles for a loss____________________ 18.0, at Texas A&M (2000)

TOTAL PLAYS Had 90 or more total plays_______________________________ 93, at SMU (2013) Had 100 or more total plays___________________________102, vs. #20 Baylor (2011)

Was held without a tackle for a loss________________________ 0.0, vs. UMass (2008) DEFENSIVE SACKS Had 3 or more sacks____________________________________ 9, at Texas (2013) Had 4 or more sacks____________________________________ 9, at Texas (2013) Had 5 or more sacks____________________________________ 9, at Texas (2013) Had 6 or more sacks____________________________________ 9, at Texas (2013) Had 7 or more sacks____________________________________ 9, at Texas (2013) Had 8 or more sacks____________________________________ 9, at Texas (2013) Had 9 or more sacks____________________________________ 9, at Texas (2013) 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____________________________ 9, at Texas (2013) 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____________ 2 games (2013) Was held without a quarterback hurry in 3 consecutive games____________ 3 games (2012) PASS BREAKUPS Had 10 or more pass breakups__________________________ 13, vs. #4 Baylor (2013) Had 11 or more pass breakups__________________________ 13, vs. #4 Baylor (2013) Had 12 or more pass breakups__________________________ 13, vs. #4 Baylor (2013) Had 13 or more pass breakups__________________________ 13, vs. #4 Baylor (2013) Was held without a pass breakup________________________ 0, vs. Iowa State (2013) DEFENSIVE MISC. Returned an interception for a touchdown___________________ vs. Kansas State (2013) Returned a fumble for a touchdown___________________________ vs. Kansas (2009) Recorded a safety___________________________________ at Kansas State (2004)

Was held to 65 or fewer total plays_____________________ 56, vs. Kansas State (2013) Was held to 60 or fewer total plays_____________________ 56, vs. Kansas State (2013) Was held to 50 or fewer total plays_____________________ 47, vs. New Mexico (2012) Was held to 46 or fewer total plays______________________ 46, vs. North Texas (2000) FIRST DOWNS Had 30 or more first downs____________________________ 32, vs. #4 Baylor (2013) Had 35 or more first downs___________________________ 38, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) Was held to 15 or fewer first downs_________________________ 15, at Kansas (2013) Was held to 10 or fewer first downs______________________ 8, vs. New Mexico (2012) Was held to 9 or fewer first downs_______________________ 8, vs. New Mexico (2012) Was held to 8 or fewer first downs_______________________ 8, vs. New Mexico (2012) Was held to 7 or fewer first downs___________________6, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Was held to 6 or fewer first downs___________________6, vs. Northwestern State (2012) PENALTIES Had 10 or more penalties_____________________________ 12, vs. #4 Baylor (2013) Had 15 or more penalties____________________________ 16, at New Mexico (2010) Had 3 or fewer penalties________________________________ 3, vs. Kansas (2012) Had 2 or fewer penalties___________________________ 2, vs. #4 West Virginia (2012) Had 0 penalties_____________________________________0, at Colorado (2006) PENALTY YARDS Had 100 or more penalty yards_________________________ 124, vs. #4 Baylor (2013) Had 125 or more penalty yards________________________ 145, at New Mexico (2010) Had 30 or fewer penalty yards_________________________ 20, vs. Texas State (2013) Had 20 or fewer penalty yards_________________________ 20, vs. Texas State (2013) Had 10 or fewer penalty yards______________________ 10, vs. #4 West Virginia (2012) Had 0 penalty yards__________________________________0, at Colorado (2006) TWO-POINT CONVERSIONS Scored an offensive two-point conversion_____ vs. Northwestern State (2010), PASS: Colter-to-Rooks Won by going for 2-pt conversion___ at SMU (1961) - Rhome-to-Gannon with 2:12 left in the game

SPECIAL TEAMS PUNT RETURN Had 100 or more punt return yards_______________________ 123, at #2 Texas (2005) Returned a punt for a touchdown____________ vs. #4 Baylor (2013) - Levi Norwood, 58 yds Blocked a punt_____________________vs. #12 Oklahoma State (2013) - Derek Branson Returned a blocked punt for a touchdown___ at #24 Oklahoma State (2012) - Zack Craig, 30 yds KICKOFF RETURN Had 200 or more kick return yards_________________ 204 (6 att.), vs. Kansas State (2005) Returned a kickoff for a touchdown____________ vs. Iowa State (2013) - Jarvis West, 95 yds PUNTING Did not punt________________________________________at #25 Texas (2011) FIELD GOALS & PAT Blocked a field goal attempt_________ vs. Minnesota (2012) - Briean Boddy, 28-yd FG attempt Returned a blocked field goal for a TD____ vs. #23 Texas A&M (2011) - Dustin Harris... Terrance Frederick - 65 Yds Missed a PAT attempt_____________________________ vs. #17 Kansas State (2011)

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OFFENSE - BY QUARTER/HALF

OFFENSE

1st Quarter Was held to 5 or fewer rushing yards______________________ 4, vs. Texas State (2013) Was held to 0 passing yards___________________________ 0, vs. Kansas State (2013) Was held to 20 or fewer total yards______________________ 11, vs. Iowa State (2013) Had 100 or more rushing yards_______________________ 114, vs. Kansas State (2013) Had 120 or more passing yards___________________________ 121, at Kansas (2013) Had 170 or more total yards_______________________ 170, vs. Oklahoma State (2013) 2nd Quarter Was held to 5 or fewer rushing yards_________________________ -10, at SMU (2013) Was held to 0 passing yards__________________________ 0, vs. Arizona State (2013) Was held to 20 or fewer total yards_________________________ 11, at Kansas (2013) Had 100 or more rushing yards_______________________ 104, vs. Kansas State (2013) Had 150 or more passing yards_________________________ 160, at Oklahoma (2013) Had 190 or more total yards_____________________________ 190, vs. Baylor (2013) FIRST HALF Was held to 5 or fewer rushing yards_________________________ 5, at Kansas (2013) Was held to 15 or fewer passing yards____________________14, vs. Arizona State (2013) Was held to 60 or fewer total yards_________________ 56, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Had 200 or more rushing yards_______________________ 218, vs. Kansas State (2013) Had 220 or more passing yards___________________________ 227, vs. Baylor (2013) Had 300 or more total yards_____________________________ 310, vs. Baylor (2013) 3rd Quarter Was held to 5 or fewer rushing yards_______________ -11, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Was held to 0 passing yards_________________________ 0, at Oklahoma State (2012) Was held to 20 or fewer total yards_________________ 15, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Had 100 or more rushing yards_____________________ 152, vs. Oklahoma State (2013) Had 90 or more passing yards_____________________________ 90, vs. Baylor (2013) Had 225 or more total yards_____________________________ 225, vs. Baylor (2013) 4th Quarter Was held to 5 or fewer rushing yards_______________________4, at Iowa State (2012) Was held to 0 passing yards___________________________ 0, vs. Kansas State (2013) Was held to 20 or fewer total yards_____________________ 17, vs. New Mexico (2012) Had 100 or more rushing yards___________________________ 122, vs. Baylor (2013) Had 120 or more passing yards___________________________ 140, vs. Baylor (2013) Had 170 or more total yards_______________________________174, at SMU (2013) SECOND HALF Was held to 45 or fewer rushing yards_____________________ 42, vs. Iowa State (2013) Was held to 15 or fewer passing yards____________________ 15, vs. Kansas State (2013) Was held to 90 or fewer total yards_____________________ 88, vs. Kansas State (2013) Had 200 or more rushing yards___________________________ 257, vs. Baylor (2013) Had 230 or more passing yards_____________________________231, at SMU (2013) Had 300 or more total yards_____________________________ 365, vs. Baylor (2013)

RUSHING Rushed for 100 or more yards___ Taylor Kelly (135), D.J. Foster (132) vs. #14 Arizona State (2013) Rushed for 150 or more yards____________ Shock Linwood - 187 yards, vs. #4 Baylor (2013) Rushed for 200 or more yards________________ Tony Pierson, 202 yards, vs. Kansas (2012) Quarterback rushed for 100 or more yards_____Trevone Boykins - 101 yards, vs. #24 TCU (2013) Had 2 100-yard rushers_______ Taylor Kelly (135), D.J. Foster (132) vs. #14 Arizona State (2013) Had a run of 50 or more yards_____________ John Hubert, 63 yards, vs. Kansas State (2013) Had a run of 60 or more yards_____________ John Hubert, 63 yards, vs. Kansas State (2013) 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) Made 30 or more attempts__________ Desmond Roland, 31, vs. #12 Oklahoma State (2013) Made 40 or more attempts________________Terrance Ganaway, 42, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) Rushed for 3 or more touchdowns_______ Desmond Roland, 3, vs. #12 Oklahoma State (2013) 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___ Bryce Petty (2) & Devin Chafin (2), vs. #4 Baylor (2013) Had 2 fumbles or more (QB/RB)____ RB Joseph Randle, 2 (lost 2), vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011) Had 2 fumbles or more (WR)_____________ WR Marcus Johnson, 2 (lost 2), at Texas (2013) PASSING Had 55 or more passing attempts__________________ Garrett Gilbert, 62, at SMU (2013) Had 60 or more passing attempts__________________ Garrett Gilbert, 62, at SMU (2013) Had 30 or more completions_____________________ Garrett Gilbert, 41, at SMU (2013) Had 35 or more completions_____________________ Garrett Gilbert, 41, at SMU (2013) Had 40 or more completions_____________________ Garrett Gilbert, 41, at SMU (2013) Completed a pass of 50 or more yards_______________Bryce Petty, 58, vs. #4 Baylor (2013) Completed a pass of 60 or more yards_____________Blake Bell, 76, at #12 Oklahoma (2013) Completed a pass of 70 or more yards_____________Blake Bell, 76, at #12 Oklahoma (2013) 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____________________ Garrett Gilbert, 388, at SMU (2013) 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_________________ Trevone Boykin, 4, at #21 TCU (2012) Passed for 5 or more touchdows_________ Brandon Weeden, 5, vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011) Passed for 6 or more touchdows_______________ Dustin Long, 7, at #23 Texas A&M (2002) Passed for 6 or more touchdows_______________ Dustin Long, 7, at #23 Texas A&M (2002) Threw 3 or more interceptions___________________Steele Jantz, 3, at Iowa State (2012) 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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THE LAST TIME TEXAS TECH ... OPPONENT - PLAYER RECEIVING Caught 10 or more passes_________ Jeremy Johnson (12), Darius Jospeh (11), at SMU (2013) Caught 11 or more passes_________ Jeremy Johnson (12), Darius Jospeh (11), at SMU (2013) Caught 12 or more passes______________________ Jeremy Johnson, 12, at SMU (2013) Caught 13 or more passes________________ Troy Davis, 13, vs. Eastern Washington (2008) Had 100 or more receiving yards__________________________ Mike Davis, 112, at Texas (2013) Had 150 or more receiving yards_______________ Levi Norwood, 156, vs. #4 Baylor (2013) Had 175 or more receiving yards_______________ Terrance Williams, 175, vs. Baylor (2012) Had 200 or more receiving yards_______ Justin Blackmon 207, vs. #18 Oklahoma State (2010) Had a reception of 50 or more yards______________ Levi Norwood, 58, vs. #4 Baylor (2013) Had a reception of 60 or more yards__________ Jalen Saunders, 76, at #12 Oklahoma (2013) Had a reception of 70 or more yards__________ Jalen Saunders, 76, at #12 Oklahoma (2013) 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) Had 2 or more 100-yard receivers____ 2, Levi Norwood (156), Antwan Goodley (101), vs. #4 Baylor (2013) Had 3 or more 100-yard receivers_____ 3, Gilbert (156), J. Brown (136), Grant (133), vs. Houston (1991) Had 3 or more receiving touchdowns______ Isaiah Anderson, 3, at #24 Oklahoma State (2012) Had 4 or more receiving touchdowns____________Wayne McGarrity, 4, vs. #18 Texas (1998) ALL-PURPOSE Scored 4 or more touchdowns___________________ Vince Young, 4, vs. #5 Texas (2004) Had 200 or more all-purpose yards_____________ Levi Norwood, 244, vs. #4 Baylor (2013) Had 225 or more all-purpose yards_____________ Levi Norwood, 244, vs. #4 Baylor (2013) Had 250 or more all-purpose yards______________ Deon Long, 258, at New Mexico (2011)

DEFENSE INTERCEPTIONS Had 2 or more interceptions___________________Michael Carter, 2, vs. Minnesota (2012) Had 3 or more interceptions_______________ Joel Schwenzfeier, 3, vs. North Dakota (2009) 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_________________________ Jackson Jeffcoat, 3, at Texas (2013) Had 3 or more sacks_________________________ Jackson Jeffcoat, 3, at Texas (2013)

OPPONENT - PLAYER

SPECIAL TEAMS PUNT RETURN Had 65 or more punt return yards_________________ Quan Crosby, 68, at #2 Texas (2005) Had a punt return for a touchdown___________ Levi Norwood (58 yds), vs. #4 Baylor (2013) Blocked a punt_____________________ Derek Branson, vs. #12 Oklahoma State (2013) Returned a blocked punt for a touchdown___ Zack Craig (30 yds), at #24 Oklahoma State (2012) Blocked a punt for a safety_______________________ Team Block, vs. Clemson (2002) 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_____________ Jarvis West (95 yds), vs. Iowa State (2013) PUNTING Made 9 or more punts__________________Kirby Van Der Kamp, 11, vs. Iowa State (2013) 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__________________ Spencer Roth, 61, vs. #4 Baylor (2013) Had a 70-yard punt or longer__________________ Tress Way 71, vs. #14 Oklahoma (2012) 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_______________ Anthony Fera, 49 yds, at Texas (2013) Made a 49-yard field goal or longer_______________ Anthony Fera, 49 yds, at Texas (2013) Made a 50-yard field goal or longer_______________ Chase Hoover, 51 yds, at SMU (2013) Made a 51-yard field goal or longer_______________ Chase Hoover, 51 yds, at SMU (2013) Made a 52-yard field goal or longer_____________ Matt Szymanski, 61 yds, vs. SMU (2010) Made a 53-yard field goal or longer_____________ Matt Szymanski, 61 yds, vs. SMU (2010) Made a 54-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 56-yard field goal or longer_____________ Matt Szymanski, 61 yds, vs. SMU (2010) Made a 57-yard field goal or longer_____________ Matt Szymanski, 61 yds, vs. SMU (2010) Made a 58-yard field goal or longer_____________ Matt Szymanski, 61 yds, vs. SMU (2010) Made a 59-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 a 61-yard field goal or longer_____________ Matt Szymanski, 61 yds, vs. SMU (2010) Made 3 or more field goals___________ Zane Gonzales, 3-of-4, vs. #14 Arizona State (2013) Made 4 or more field goals________________ Jaden Oberkrom, 6-of-6, at #21 TCU (2012) Made 5 or more field goals________________ Jaden Oberkrom, 6-of-6, at #21 TCU (2012) Made 6 or more field goals________________ Jaden Oberkrom, 6-of-6, at #21 TCU (2012) Made a game-winning FG in last minute________Wes Zunker, 43 yds (0:00), at New Mexico (2004) Blocked a field goal attempt_______ Briean Boddy, 28-yard FG attempt, vs. Minnesota (2012) Returned a blocked FG for a TD________ Dustin Harris... Terrance Frederick, 65 yds, vs. #23 Texas A&M (2011)

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)

MISCELLANEOUS

QUARTERBACK HURRIES Had 4 or more quarterback hurries________________________K.J. Morton, 4, vs. #4 Baylor (2013)

Game-winning TD with less than a minute____ Case Keenum 4-yd run (0:49), at #17 Houston (2009) Game-winning TD in overtime__________________ Glasco Martin 4-yd run, vs. Baylor (2012) Game-winning field goal in overtime________Johnny Beck 37-yd field goal, vs. Kansas (2001)

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) SAFETY Recorded a safety (individual tackle)___ Jimmy Wilkerson (tackled QB), at #4 Oklahoma (2002) MISCELLANEOUS Returned an INT for a touchdown___________ Ty Zimmerman (43 yds), vs. Kansas State (2013) Returned a fumble for a touchdown____________ Max Onyegbule (3 yds), vs. Kansas (2009)

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