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2013 RED RAIDER FOOTBALL TEXAS TECH SCHEDULE/RESULTS

GAME INFORMATION

AUGUST 30 at SMU SEPTEMBER 7 Stephen. F. Austin 12 *TCU 21 Texas State OCTOBER 5 at *Kansas 12 *Iowa State 19 at *West Virginia 26 at *Oklahoma NOVEMBER 2 *Oklahoma State 9 *Kansas State 16 vs. *#Baylor 28 at *Texas

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

W, 41-23 (ESPN) W, 61-13 (FSN) W, 20-10 (ESPN) W, 33-7 (FSN) W, 54-16 (FS1) W, 42-35 (FS1) 11 a.m. (FS1) TBA TBA TBA TBA 6:30 p.m. (FS1)

* = Big 12 Conference Game # = AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas All times are Central

WVU SCHEDULE/RESULTS AUGUST 31 William & Mary W, 24-17 (FS1) SEPTEMBER 7 at *Oklahoma L, 7-16 (FOX) 14 Georgia State W, 41-7 (ROOT) 21 vs. #Maryland L, 0-37 (ESPNU) 28 *Oklahoma State W, 30-21(ESPN) OCTOBER 5 at *Baylor L, 42-73 (FS1) 19 *Texas Tech 11 a.m. (FS1) 26 at *Kansas State TBA NOVEMBER 2 at *TCU TBA 9 *Texas TBA 16 at *Kansas TBA 30 *Iowa State TBA * = Big 12 Conference Game # = M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, Md. All times are Central

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West Virginia Mountaineers Saturday, Oct. 19, 2013/Noon (ET)/11 a.m. (CT) Milan Puskar Stadium (60,000) Texas Tech Sports Network from Learfield Sports Brian Jensen (Play-by-Play/14th Season), John Harris (Analyst/31st Season), Chris Level (Sidelines/4th Season), Steve Pitts (Engineer/35th Season) None 6-0; 3-0 BIG 12 Sirius Channel 117/XM Channel 192 (West Virginia Broadcast) Fox Sports 1 Justin Kutcher (Play-by-Play), James Bates (Analyst), Brady Poppinga (Sideline) Live in-game statistics and other coverage can be found at www.texastech.com Texas Tech: 16 (AP)/15 (Coaches) West Virginia: Not Ranked (AP), Not Ranked (Coaches) Texas Tech: Kliff Kingsbury (Career: 6-0 in first season; At Texas Tech: Same) West Virginia: Dana Holgorsen (Career: 19-11 in 3 seasons; At West Virginia: Same) Texas Tech is 1-1 all-time against West Virginia; Kingsbury is 0-0 all-time vs. West Virginia

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RED RAIDERS HEAD EAST TO FACE WEST VIRGINIA 15th-ranked Texas Tech will make its first trip to the state of West Virginia this weekend as the Red Raiders face the West Virginia Mountaineers at Noon (ET) on Saturday at Milan Puskar Stadium. The last time Texas Tech traveled to the east coast for a regular-season game was in 2003 when the Red Raiders went to Raleigh, N.C. for a match-up against North Carolina State. The last time Tech played in the eastern time zone was on New Year’s Day 2008 when the Red Raiders notched a 31-28 win over Virginia in the Gator Bowl in Jacksonville, Fla. Saturday’s game will be televised nationally with an 11 a.m. CT kickoff on Fox Sports 1, which will be Tech’s third consecutive appearance on the new sports cable network. The Texas Tech Sports Network will have the radio call live across 33 affiliates in Texas and Eastern New Mexico. Brian Jensen (play-byplay), John Harris (analyst) and Chris Level (sideline) will have the call from Milan Puskar Stadium.

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2013 BIG 12 STANDINGS SOUTH Texas Tech Texas Baylor Oklahoma Oklahoma State TCU West Virginia Kansas Iowa State Kansas State

CONF OVERALL STK 3-0 6-0 W7 3-0 4-2 W3 2-0 5-0 W9 2-1 5-1 L1 1-1 4-1 W1 1-2 3-3 W1 1-2 3-3 L1 0-2 2-3 L2 0-2 1-4 L2 0-3 2-4 L3

TEXAS TECH AND WEST VIRGINIA Saturday’s game against West Virginia will mark just the third time the two teams have faced off on the gridiron. The series is tied 1-1 following last year’s 49-14 win by Texas Tech in Lubbock. West Virginia won the only other meeting between the two teams back in 1937 in the Sun Bowl. West Virginia joined the Big 12 Conference in 2012 after departing the Big East. • There are plenty of Texas Tech connections with the West Virginia football program as Mountaineer Head Coach Dana Holgorsen began his Division I coaching career in Lubbock and spent seven seasons as an assistant coach under Mike Leach. Holgorsen tutored Texas Tech Head Coach Kliff Kingsbury for three seasons (2000-2002). Kingsbury and Holgorsen later worked together at the University of Houston. Cornerbacks coach Brian Mitchell was an assistant coach under Mike Leach at Texas Tech from 2006-2009. Support staff member Lyle Leong lettered at Tech from 2007-10 and ranks second all-time with 32 career touchdowns. • In last year’s win, the Red Raiders compiled 676 yards of total offense while holding a potent WVU team to just 408 total yards. Jace Amaro racked up a career high 156 yards receiving before leaving the game due to injury. TEXAS TECH IN THE NATIONAL RANKINGS • Texas Tech debuted in the Associated Press Top 25 Poll at No. 25 on Sept. 15 following a win over TCU. The AP ranking in the fourth week of the season is the earliest debut for the Red Raiders since a No. 12 preseason ranking in 2008. The Red Raiders are ranked 16th in this week’s poll and its the highest ranking for Tech since climbing to No. 15 on Oct. 21, 2012. • Texas Tech debuted in the USA Today Coaches Top 25 Poll at No. 25 on Sept. 22 following a win over Texas State. The Red Raiders are ranked 15th in this week’s poll and that is the highest ranking since the final poll of the 2008 season when Tech finished 12th. • First-year head coach Kliff Kingsbury got his team ranked after just three games and that marks a first in school history. Prior to Kingsbury, the previous mark was five games by Jim Carlen in 1970. Carlen’s squad defeated Texas A&M 21-7 in College Station on Oct. 10, 1970, and then appeared in the AP Poll at No. 17 on Oct. 12. The A&M win was Carlen’s fifth game as the head coach of the Red Raiders.

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2013 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 with Texas State and all the way through the bowl season. Brian Jensen (play-by-play) and John Harris (color analyst) return to the broadcast booth and will be joined on the sidelines by Chris Level (sidelines).

Blayne Beal Associate Athletics Director Primary Football Contact

Scott Lacefield Associate Director Secondary Contact

Britton Drown 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 November 29. 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 Mack Brown, Texas 10:00 Charlie Weis, 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

Brandon Rawe Assistant Director Texas Tech TV

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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 - Practice TBA (No Availability) Monday - Media Luncheon/Post Practice (Coaches/Players) Tuesday - Practice 3:45 pm (Coaches/Players) Wednesday - Practice 3:45 pm (No Availability) Thursday - Practice 3:45 (No Availability) Friday - No availability Media Should arrive by 4:45 on Monday and 5:15 on Tuesday.

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Weekly Football Press Conference Dates (Times) Monday, October 14 (11:45 a.m.) Monday, October 21 (11:45 a.m.) Monday, October 28 (11:45 a.m.) Monday, November 4 (11:45 a.m.) Monday, November 11 (11:45 a.m.) Monday, November 25 (11:45 a.m.) Lunch will be served at 11 a.m. Live online streaming (excluding live video of football games) is available through TexasTech.TV. Internet broadcasts of all Texas Tech Athletics sporting events can be purchased for a nominal fee per month or per year. The fee also includes web streaming of selected events.

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2013 Texas Tech Football ON THIS DATE IN TEXAS TECH FOOTBALL HISTORY OCTOBER 19 – (3-4-1 Overall; 3-4 Home; 0-0-1 Road) 2002 – vs. Missouri W 52-38 1996 – vs. No. 5 Nebraska L 10-24 1985 – vs. Rice L 27-29 1974 – vs. No. 9 Arizona W 17-8 1968 – at Mississippi State T 28-28 1963 – vs. Baylor L 17-21 1957 – vs. Baylor L 12-15 1946 – vs. Baylor W 13-6 FIRST IN THE BIG 12 TO BECOME BOWL ELIGIBLE With the 42-35 win over Iowa State at Jones AT&T Stadium, Texas Tech became the first Big 12 team to reach bowl eligibility with a 6-0 start to the season. Texas Tech is now bowl eligible for the 20th time in the last 21 seasons. In its history, Texas Tech has played in 35 bowl games which ranks 17th nationally. The Red Raiders defeated Minnesota 34-31 in last year’s Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas at Reliant Stadium in Houston. • Texas Tech is one of just 11 teams nationally that have already secured bowl eligibility. KINGSBURY MAKES HISTORY Texas Tech Head Coach Kliff Kingsbury became the first coach in school history to win his first six games. The previous record was a 5-0 start for Dell Morgan back in 1941. 6-0 Texas Tech’s 42-35 win over Iowa State gave the Red Raiders a 6-0 record and bowl eligibility. The Red Raiders are 6-0 for the first time since the 2008 season and just the sixth time in school history. TECH ON TRACK FOR ANOTHER ATTENDANCE RECORD Texas Tech is on pace to break last year’s school record for average home attendance thanks to the support of its fan base in the first four home games of the season. Average home attendance is up 573 fans-per-game from last season while average student attendance is up 4,000 per game. The school record for average home attendance was set in 2012 as an average of 57,215 fans attended six home games at Jones AT&T

Stadium. The record for student attendance was set in 2009 with an average of 9,009 students per-game. So far this year, Tech has averaged 13,900 students per game and set a record with 16,092 student at the TCU game on Sept. 12. DEFENSE SOUND THROUGH SIX GAMES The 2013 Red Raiders have proven that solid defense is possible at a school known for its potent and prolific offense. The Red Raiders have held opponents to just 104 total points over six games for an average of 17.3. As a unit, the Red Raider defense ranks 21st overall in the country. • Ranks No. 15 nationally in scoring defense and second behind Oklahoma in the Big 12 Conference. • Leads the Big 12 in rush defense and ranks 17th nationally (113.2 yards-per-game). Tech allowed five first-half rushing yards (11 carries) against Kansas two weeks ago… It marked the fewest the Red Raiders have allowed in the first half since giving up three yards on 11 rushes to Eastern Washington on Aug. 30, 2008 in Lubbock. • Leads the Big 12 in third down conversion defense allowing just 29 conversions in 103 attempts (.282 avg.). • Ranks second in the Big 12 with 16 sacks. The Red Raiders have two, five-sack games and that is a first by a Tech defense since the 2009 season. • Ranks second in red-zone defense in the Big 12 as opponents have converted 66 percent of the time (10-of-15). Tech has allowed six touchdowns and four field goals. • Senior defensive lineman Kerry Hyder leads the Big 12 with 9 tackles for loss. • Tech ranks third nationally in getting teams off the field in three downs. Opponents are averaging 7.33 three-and-outs per-game against the Tech defense. • The Texas Tech defense forced 11 Iowa State punts which is the most by an opponent in the Big 12 era. • The Red Raiders had six quarterback hurries in the Iowa State game which is the most by a Tech team since the 2009 Alamo Bowl against Michigan State (9). TECH MATCHES TURNOVER TOTAL FROM 2012 The Texas Tech defense only came away with 11 total turnovers (eight interceptions and three fumbles) in 2012 which led

to one of the worst turnover margins in the country. In fact, Tech went a stretch of 485 defensive snaps in a span of six consecutive games and parts of two others before D.J. Johnson got an interception in the final minutes of the bowl game that keyed a Tech win over Minnesota. In just six games, the Red Raiders have already matched their turnovers gained total from last year, thanks to four turnover day at Kansas two weeks ago. 100 PLAYS: BACK-TO-BACK WEEKS For the first time in school history, Texas Tech has tallied at least 100 offensive plays in back-to-back weeks. Tech had 100 offensive plays at Kansas and totaled 101 plays against Iowa State. Prior to this season, dating back to 2000, the Red Raiders had a combined five games with 100 offensive plays. Texas Tech with 100 Offensive Plays (since 2000) • 2013 (at Kansas – 100, vs. Iowa State – 101) • 2011 (vs. Texas A&M – 105) • 2010 (vs. Missouri – 101) • 2003 (vs. Iowa State – 111, School Record) • 2002 (at New Mexico – 102, vs. Missouri – 100) GROUND GAME HAS SUCCESS AGAINST IOWA STATE On Saturday, Texas Tech had three players with at least 80 yards rushing for the first time since 1973. DeAndre Washington (88 yards), Sadale Foster (87) and Kenny Williams (80) led the Red Raider rushing attack to 251 rushing yards against Iowa State. In 1973, the Red Raiders defeated Baylor 55-24 on Nov. 17 in Lubbock while Tech ran for 412 yards led by John Garner (138), Larry Isaac (115) and James Mosley (95). TECH POSTING STRONG OFFENSIVE NUMBERS Head Coach Kliff Kingsbury has given an offensive hungry fan base plenty to cheer for in 2013 as the Red Raider offense is averaging 41.8 points-per-game and has helped key a 6-0 start to the season. • The Red Raiders are averaging 544 yards-per-game and that figure ranks eighth nationally. • Averaging 408.8 yards-per-game through the air and that ranks third nationally. • Ranks third nationally with 172 first downs.

NATIONAL POLLS ASSOCIATED PRESS (Oct. 13)

TEAM RECORD POINTS 1. Alabama (55)_______________ 6-0_____________ 1,495 2. Oregon (5)_________________ 6-0_____________ 1,438 3. Clemson__________________ 6-0_____________ 1,352 4. Ohio State_________________ 6-0_____________ 1,330 5. Florida State_______________ 5-0_____________ 1,242 6. LSU_____________________ 6-1_____________ 1,137 7. Texas A&M________________ 5-1_____________ 1,105 8. Louisville_________________ 6-0_____________ 1,077 9. UCLA____________________ 5-0_____________ 1,017 10. Miami, Fla.________________ 5-0______________ 912 11. South Carolina______________ 5-1______________ 896 12. Baylor___________________ 5-0______________ 849 13. Stanford__________________ 5-1______________ 824 14. Missouri__________________ 6-0______________ 749 15. Georgia__________________ 4-2______________ 615 16. Texas Tech________________ 6-0______________ 590 17. Fresno State________________ 5-0______________ 383 18. Oklahoma________________ 5-1______________ 380 19. Virginia Tech_______________ 6-1______________ 352 20. Washington________________ 4-2______________ 309 21. Oklahoma State_____________ 4-1______________ 264 22. Florida___________________ 4-2______________ 249 23. Northern Illinois_____________ 6-0______________ 185 24. Auburn___________________ 5-1______________ 156 25. Wisconsin_________________ 4-2______________ 153 BIG 12 TEAMS RECEIVING VOTES: Texas (16)

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TEAM RECORD POINTS 1. Alabama (58)_______________ 6-0_____________ 1,545 2. Oregon (3)_________________ 6-0_____________ 1,485 3. Ohio State_________________ 6-0_____________ 1,406 4. Clemson (1)________________ 6-0_____________ 1,365 5. Florida State_______________ 5-0_____________ 1,293 6. Louisville_________________ 6-0_____________ 1,166 7. Texas A&M________________ 5-1_____________ 1,156 8. LSU_____________________ 6-1_____________ 1,098 9. South Carolina______________ 5-1_____________ 1,024 10. UCLA____________________ 5-0______________ 999 11. Miami, Fla.________________ 5-0______________ 890 12. Baylor___________________ 5-0______________ 890 13. Stanford__________________ 5-1______________ 857 14. Missouri__________________ 6-0______________ 617 15. Texas Tech________________ 6-0______________ 587 16. Georgia__________________ 4-2______________ 546 17. Oklahoma State_____________ 4-1______________ 493 18. Oklahoma________________ 5-1______________ 482 19. Fresno State________________ 5-0______________ 419 20. Virginia Tech_______________ 6-1______________ 297 21. Nebraska_________________ 5-1______________ 278 22. Florida___________________ 4-2______________ 240 23. Northern Illinois_____________ 6-0______________ 224 24. Michigan_________________ 5-1______________ 178 25. Washington________________ 4-2______________ 137 BIG 12 TEAMS RECEIVING VOTES: Texas (23)

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2013 Texas Tech Football • Texas Tech features two true freshman quarterbacks with 8-plus passing touchdowns each. • Texas Tech has passed for 400-plus yards in five of the first six games this season. The last time Tech did this was in 2009. • Junior kicker Ryan Bustin leads the Big 12 in scoring with 69 points. • Junior receiver Jace Amaro leads the Big 12 with 47 receptions and ranks third with 606 yards receiving. CONSECUTIVE GAME SCORING STREAK A Texas Tech score on Saturday would extend the Red Raiders’ school record consecutive game scoring streak to 201 games. The streak dates back to Oct 25, 1997, and during that stretch the Red Raiders have scored in double digits 188 times. Consecutive Game Scoring Streak (Big 12 – Active) 209 – Kansas State 200 – TEXAS TECH 194 - Oklahoma CONSISTENCY AFTER THE TOUCHDOWN Texas Tech kickers have been extremely proficient when it comes to PATs and Tech currently leads the nation with 239 consecutive PATs made. Consecutive Games without a missed/blocked PAT (through 10/06/13) 1. Virginia 65 2. North Carolina 55 Texas Tech 55 3. Illinois 54 Consecutive PATs without a miss/block (through 10/06/13) 1. Texas Tech 245 2. North Carolina 189 3. Oklahoma State 166 4. Virginia 159 BRIEFLY ... • A win over West Virginia would give Texas Tech a 7-0 record for the first time since the 2008 season. • A win over West Virginia would give Texas Tech a 4-0 record in Big 12 Conference play for the first time since the 2008 season. • Texas Tech and Baylor are the only two teams in the Big 12 Conference to rank in the Top 25 nationally in both total offense and total defense. • Texas Tech has scored 20 or more points in 21 consecutive games dating back to the 2011 season. • Texas Tech committed four penalties for 30 yards last week against Iowa State marking the fewest penalty yards in a Big 12 game since 2009 (20 vs. Baylor – Arlington). • Texas Tech snapped Iowa State’s 24-game steak of holding opponents to under 40 points in a game (including overtime) which was the longest active streak in the Big 12. • Texas Tech converted on its first, fourth down attempt last week against Iowa State with 6:26 to go in the first half. Kenny Williams scored a 1-yard touchdown on the play. The Red Raiders are now 2-for-5 in fourth down conversions this season. • Texas Tech and Texas are the only two teams in the Big 12 Conference with three 6-0 starts since the 2005 season. • Texas Tech won its first game in the Big 12 era when allowing a non-offensive touchdown while finishing -3 in turnover margin. • Texas Tech has an all-time record of 112-113-3 (53-36 at home) in televised games. This will mark Texas Tech’s third consecutive and third overall appearance on Fox Sports 1. • Texas Tech has posted 17 winning seasons in the last 18 years. The 2011 season (5-7 overall) marked Tech’s first losing season

KLIFF KINGSBURY BIOGRAPHY liff Kingsbury (@TTUKingsbury), Texas Tech’s second all-time leading passer, returns to his alma mater and becomes the 15th head football coach in school history. At age 34, Kingsbury is the youngest head coach in a BCS conference and the second youngest in the FBS behind Toledo’s Matt Campbell. Texas Tech director of athletics Kirby Hocutt announced Kingsbury as the Red Raiders head coach on Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2012. Kingsbury returns home 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 Kliff Kingsbury Head Coach per-game. 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. Kingsbury made the move to Texas A&M from the University of Houston where he played a key role in the Cougars’ recordsetting 13-win season in 2011. The 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 an eight-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.

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COLLEGIATE COACHING EXPERIENCE YEARS___ COACHING POSITION 2013____ Head Coach, Texas Tech 2012____ Offensive Coordinator, Texas A&M 2010-11__ Co-Offensive Coordinator, Houston 2008-09__ Offensive Quality Control Assistant, Houston

POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE YEAR____ 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 Yets 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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2013 Texas Tech Football since 1992. The Red Raiders have been bowl eligible in 19 of the last 20 years. • Junior receiver Bradley Marquez has caught at least one pass in 23 of 24 career games. • Junior tight end Jace Amaro’s 47 receptions lead the team and are the most by a Red Raider through the opening six games of the season since Michael Crabtree in 2008 (70). • Junior kicker Ryan Bustin moved into 7th place in school history for career PATs with 89, moving past Chris Birkholz (88, 1998-00). • With seven catches against Iowa State, senior receiver Eric Ward moved past Danny Amendola into seventh place all-time in school history for career receptions with 206. DAVIS ENJOYS MEMORABLE FIRST START Freshman quarterback Davis Webb is the sixth Texas Tech quarterback to make his first career start passing for at least 400 yards. He ended the day with 415 yards (35-of-56) which is the most in a first career start since 2009 when Steven Sheffield passed for 490 yards against Kansas State at Jones AT&T Stadium. He is the second true freshman to start at quarterback this season which is a first in school history. Quarterbacks With 400-Plus Yards In First Career Start Steven Sheffield 490 yards vs. Kansas State (2009) Sonny Cumbie 470 yards at SMU (2004) Cody Hodges 454 yards vs. Florida Int. (2005) Davis Webb 415 yards vs. Iowa State (2013) Baker Mayfield 413 yards at SMU (2013) Taylor Potts 405 yards vs. North Dakota (2009) • His 415 passing yards vs. Iowa State are the second most ever by a Tech freshman (Billy Joe Tolliver, 422 vs. TCU - 1985). • His 415 passing yards are the most by a Big 12 quarterback this season. BUSTIN ON PACE TO BREAK HIS OWN FIELD GOAL RECORD Junior placekicker Ryan Bustin is on pace to break his own school record for field goals made in a single season. Through six games, Bustin has 13 made field goals and needs just five more to break his own record of 17 that he tied last season. With four field goals made against Texas State and Kansas, Bustin moved into 8th place on the school’s career field goals made list with 30. Bustin leads all Big 12 kickers in scoring with 69 points. BUSTIN IS MR. CONSISTENCY Junior placekicker Ryan Bustin has been Mr. Consistent in extra points dating back to last season. Bustin has made all 89 extra point attempts of his career and that streak has him ranked sixth nationally. Current Consecutive PAT String 1. Aaron Jones (Baylor) 149 2. Brendan Gibbons (Michigan) 127 3. Jeff Budzien (Northwestern) 124 4. Mike Meyer (Iowa) 102 5. Justin Haig (Marshall) 89 5. Ryan Bustin (Texas Tech) 89 7. Warren Harvey (East Carolina) 75 8. Cody Parkey (Auburn) 73 9. Sean Ianno (UTSA) 72 10. Justus Adams (Nex Mexico) 69 AMARO OFF TO STRONG START For the fifth consecutive game, Texas Tech junior TE Jace Amaro caught at least eight passes while becoming just the third Red Raider to accomplish the feat since 2000. Amaro made eight catches for 142 yards against Stephen F. Austin, caught nine passes for 97 yards against TCU, had nine receptions for

86 yards in week four against Texas State, finished the Kansas game with nine catches for 96 yards and logged nine catches for 143 yards against Iowa State. Players With FIve-Straight Games With At Least 8 Receptions (Since 2000) • Jace Amaro, 2013 (5 straight games) • Michael Crabtree, 2007 (9 straight games) • Taurean Henderson, 2002 (5 straight games) BIG DAY FOR HYDER Senior defensive lineman Kerry Hyder had a big day against Iowa State with nine tackles and two quarterback hurries. Hyder also logged 1.5 tackles for loss and that moved him to first place in the Big 12 Conference in that category. Hyder ranks fourth on the team with 27 tackles and has four quarterback hurries, two sacks and two forced fumbles. YOUTH IN THE LINEUP Texas Tech Head Coach Kliff Kingsbury has rolled out 10 true freshmen thus far in the 2013 season. The 10 true freshman are the most played by Texas Tech since 2011 when 11 freshman earned playing time in the first two games. Seeing action as true freshmen are: D.J. Polite-Bray (WR), Baker Mayfield (QB), Davis Webb (QB), Zach Barnes (LB), Carlos Thompson (WR), Dylan Cantrell (WR), Dee Paul (DB), Tanner Jacobson (WR), Malik Jenkins (LB) and Baylen Brown (OL). FBS True Freshmen in 2013 School No. of True Frosh Texas A&M 17 UCLA 16 LSU 14 Georgia 13 Tennessee 13 Florida State 13 Tulane 13 Troy 12 Pittsburgh 12 Mississippi 11 Southern Miss 11 N.C. State 11 Florida 10 Ohio State 10 Texas Tech 10 Virginia Tech 10 Wake Forest 10 FIU 10 Central Florida 10 RECORD STUDENT CROWD CHEERS TECH TO WIN OVER TCU Texas Tech students turned out in record numbers on Thursday night for the 2013 Big 12 home opener against TCU. Texas Tech students showed a national television audience on ESPN just how enthusiastic they are for this new era of Texas Tech Football. A total 16,092 students rolled through the gates to set a new school record that topped the one set the previous Saturday against Stephen F. Austin. Against SFA, 14,915 attended the game which broke the previous record of 12,910 against SMU in the 2010 opener. DEFENSE KEYS WIN OVER TCU Texas Tech fans witnessed one of the best defensive performances in recent memory in Thursday night’s win over TCU. In the post-game news conference, Coach Kingsbury called the performance “the best defensive performance I have been a part of since I’ve been a coach.” Tech’s defensive performance held TCU to just 10 points despite compiling 401 yards of offense.

RECORDS WATCH The following student-athletes are on the rise in both the Texas Tech and NCAA records book:

RYAN ERXLEBEN - PUNTING

TEXAS TECH CAREER AVERAGE LEADERS 1. Alex Reyes (2003-06)______________ 2. Maury Buford (1978-81)____________ 3. Robert King (1992-93)______________ 4. Ryan Erxleben (2009, 2011-)__________ 5. Jeremy Hernandez (1996-98)__________ Jamie Simmons (1986-89)___________ 7. Brad Cade (1994-95)_______________ Clinton Greathouse (2000-02)_________ Eric Rosiles (1999-00)______________

43.3 43.2 42.6 41.8 40.1 40.1 39.8 39.8 39.8

JAKEEM GRANT - KICKOFF RETURNS FOR TD

TEXAS TECH CAREER RECORD 2. Jakeem Grant __________________ 2012 Jack Kirkpatrick________________ 1952-55

ERIC WARD - RECEIVING

TEXAS TECH CAREER RECEPTION LEADERS 1. Taurean Henderson (2002-05)___________302 2. Wes Welker (2000-03)________________259 3. Detron Lewis (2007-10)_______________238 4. Michael Crabtree (2007-08)____________231 5. Nehemiah Glover (2001-04)____________223 6. Carlos Francis (2000-03)______________216 7. Eric Ward (2009-13)_______________ 206 8. Danny Amendola (2004-07)____________204 9. Jarrett Hicks (2003-06)_______________198 10. Mickey Peters (2000-03)______________196 TEXAS TECH CAREER YARDAGE LEADERS 1. Michael Crabtree (2007-08)__________ 2. Wes Welker (2000-03)______________ 3. Lloyd Hill (1990-93)_______________ 4. Carlos Francis (2000-03)____________ 5. Jarrett Hicks (2003-06)_____________ 6. Detron Lewis (2007-10)_____________ 7. Nehemiah Glover (2001-04)__________ 8. Joel Filani (2003-06)_______________ 9. Eric Ward (2009-13)______________ 10. Mickey Peters (2000-03)____________

3,127 3,069 3,059 3,027 2,859 2,729 2,725 2,667 2,320 2,318

TEXAS TECH CAREER TOUCHDOWN LEADERS 1. Michael Crabtree (2007-08)____________ 2. Lyle Leong (2007-10)________________ 3. Jarrett Hicks (2003-06)_______________ 4. Eric Ward (2010-12)________________ 5. Joel Filani (2003-06)_________________

RYAN BUSTIN - FIELD GOALS

1. Alex Trilica (2004-07)________________ 2. Bill Adams (1977-79)________________ 3. Ricky Gann (1981-84)________________ Scott Segrist (1985-88)_______________ 5. Lin Elliott (1988-91)_________________ 6. Jon Davis (1991-94)_________________ Chris Buckholz (1998-00)______________ 8. Ryan Bustin (2012-13)______________ 9. Don Grimes (1971-73)_______________ 10. Brian Hall (1974-77)_________________

41 32 30 26 23

48 43 41 41 40 35 35 30 29 28

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2013 Texas Tech Football • Texas Tech held TCU scorless in the first quarter and the last time the Red Raiders held an opponent scoreless in the first quarter was against New Mexico in 2012. The last time that happened in a Big 12 Conference game was against Missouri in 2011. • The Red Raiders held TCU scoreless in the first half marking the first time for Tech since 2010 (vs. Weber State)... It was the first time Tech held a Big 12 opponent scoreless in the first half since 2009 (vs. K-State). • Texas Tech held TCU scoreless for the first 37:49 of the game ... the last time Tech held an opponent scoreless for a longer period of time was against SMU in 2008. In that game, the Red Raiders held SMU scoreless for 46:56. • The 10 points allowed by the Texas Tech defense is the fewest in a Big 12 Conference game since 2007 when the Red Raiders defeated Texas A&M 35-7. • Senior linebacker Will Smith finished the game with a career high nine tackles. His previous career high of eight was set in the bowl game last year against Minnesota. MAYFIELD MAKES HISTORY IN DEBUT AT SMU Freshman quarterback Baker Mayfield entered the history books on Friday night by making the start against SMU in the season opener. Mayfield became the first true freshman to start a season opener for Texas Tech and it is believed that he is the first true freshman walk-on that has ever started a season-opener at quarterback for a BCS program. The last true freshman to start a game for Texas Tech was Aaron Keesee in 1984. Keesee made his first start against Arkansas on Oct. 13, 1984, and kept the starting job for the remainder of the season. Ron Reeves was the first true freshman in school history to earn a starting role as he did so against Baylor on Sept. 29, 1978. Career Debut • Passed for 413 yards on 43-of-60 passing with four touchdowns through the air and one rushing touchdown without throwing an interception in career debut in season opener at SMU (8/30). • ESPN College Football: Best Debut Award Texas Tech Records • 43 completions in a starting debut (previous record was 40 by current offensive coordinator Sonny Cumbie against SMU in 2004). • 413 passing yards on the road for a freshman. • 429 yards of total offense for a freshman. Where His Debut Ranks • 413 passing yards and 43 completions both ranked second in the country among all FBS quarterbacks following week 1 of the season. • Became the fifth Red Raider to pass for over 400 yards in a career debut (Cumbie, Hodges, Potts, Sheffield). • Became the fifth Tech quarterback to throw for at least four touchdowns in a career debut (Cumbie, Hodges, Harrell, Sheffield). • 60 passing attempts ranks second in school history for a quarterback making a debut start (Sonny Cumbie – 66, vs. SMU, 2004). • 413 passing yards rank 52nd all-time in school history for a single game and 17th all-time on the road. • 413 passing yards ranks second in school history by a freshman (Billy Joe Tolliver – 422, vs. TCU, 1985). Background Baker Mayfield, QB, 6-2, 220, Austin, Texas (Lake Travis HS) • Enrolled at Texas Tech in the fall of 2013 • Led Lake Travis to a 25-2 record during two seasons as the

starting quarterback, including a perfect 16-0 season in 2011 and a state championship. • Threw for 6,255 yards in two seasons at Lake Travis. • Turned down scholarship offers from Washington State, Florida Atlantic and Rice. Tech’s Last True Freshman QB Aaron Keesee, QB, 6-1, 170, Ballinger, Texas (Ballinger HS) • Was a true freshman and scholarship player for the 1984 season. • Took over as quarterback during the second half of the Texas A&M game in College Station (W, 30-12) during week 4 of the season… Tech was 2-2 following the A&M win. • Named AP SWC Offensive Player of the Week after passing for 3 TD and rushing for one against A&M. • Became the first Tech freshman quarterback ever to pass for three touchdowns in one game. • Started the rest of the season. • Team finished 4-7 overall and 2-6 in the SWC. • 1984 Stats: 10 games, 70-of-140 (.500 comp %), 755 passing yards, 6 TD, 7 INT, 55-yard pass (longest pass reception of the season) *** Billy Joe Tolliver was redshirted during the 1984 season and then took over as the starting QB the following season in 1985 as Tech’s second-ever four-year starting quarterback. MAYFIELD NAMED BIG 12 PLAYER OF THE WEEK Following his strong performance at SMU, Baker Mayfield was named the Big 12 Conference Player of the Week. It marks the first time that a Tech player has taken home the weekly honor in the first week of the season since Carlos Francis did so in 2000. The last freshman quarterback at Tech to win a Big 12 Player of the Week award following his debut was none other than Kliff Kingsbury. Kingsbury took home that honor in 1999 after a win over Oklahoma in Tech’s season finale (his first career start). CAPTAINS NAMED FOR 2013 Texas Tech Head Coach Kliff Kingsbury announced his 2013 captains just before the season opener against SMU. Serving as permanent captains this season are Eric Ward (Wide Receiver), Kenny Williams (Running Back), Kerry Hyder (Defensive Line) and Terrance Bullitt (Linebacker). Each week a member of the special teams unit will serve as a game captain as a reward for their performance in the previous game. EXPERIENCE ON THE SIDE OF THE DEFENSE When it comes to experience, the Texas Tech defense has the market cornered. On the defensive side of the football, Tech returned 158 career starts compared to just 79 career starts on offense. Breaking that number down even further, the Tech defense returned 85 total starts from the 2012 season compared to 61 starts from the offense. DEFENSE LOOKING FOR STABILITY First-year defensive coordinator Matt Wallerstedt is looking to bring some stability to the Red Raider defense. Wallerstedt will be the fifth defensive coordinator at Texas Tech in the last five years. Ruffin McNeil, now the head coach at East Carolina, was the last defensive leader to stay more than one season. Following McNeil’s departure in 2009, Tech defenses have been led by James Willis (2010), Chad Glasgow (2011) and Art Kaufman (2012). Wallerstedt spent the 2012 season as the linebacker coach at Texas A&M after moving from the Air Force Academy where he served as defensive coordinator and associate head coach for four seasons.

PRESEASON HONORS JACE AMARO Preseason All-Big 12 (Media) Preseason Phil Steele All-Big 12 (2nd Team) Preseason Athlon All-Big 12 (2nd Team) DARTWAN BUSH Preseason Athlon All-Big 12 (2nd Team) RYAN BUSTIN Preseason College Football News All-Big 12 (2nd Team) Preseason Athlon All-Big 12 (3rd Team) Le’RAVEN CLARK Preseason All-Big 12 (Media) Lombardi Award Watch List (Top Lineman or Linebacker) Outland Trophy Watch List (Top Interior Lineman) Preseason Phil Steele All-Big 12 (1st Team) Preseason Athlon All-Big 12 (1st Team) RYAN ERXLEBEN Preseason Athlon All-Big 12 (3rd Team) JAKEEM GRANT Preseason Phil Steele All-Big 12 (3rd Team) Preseason Athlon All-Big 12 (3rd Team) KERRY HYDER Preseason College Football News Big 12 Top Players (No. 20) Preseason College Football News All-Big 12 (1st Team) Preseason All-Big 12 (Media) Lombardi Award Watch List (Top Lineman or Linebacker) Bronko Nagurski Watch List (Top Defensive Player) Outland Trophy Watch List (Top Interior Lineman) Preseason Phil Steele All-Big 12 (1st Team) Preseason Athlon All-Big 12 (1st Team) WILL SMITH Preseason Phil Steele All-Big 12 (4th Team) ERIC WARD Preseason College Football News Big 12 Top Players (No. 14) Preseason College Football News All-Big 12 (1st Team) Preseason All-Big 12 (Media) Biletnikoff Award Watch List (Top Wide Receiver) Preseason Athlon All-Big 12 (1st Team) Preseason Phil Steele All-Big 12 (2nd Team) BIG 12 MEDIA PRESEASON POLL 1. Oklahoma State (15)_________________ 365 2. Oklahoma (8)______________________ 355 3. TCU (9)__________________________ 347 4. Texas (8)_________________________ 337 5. Baylor (2)________________________ 282 6. Kansas State (1)____________________ 240 7. Texas Tech________________________ 161 8. West Virginia______________________ 126 9. Iowa State________________________ 96 10. Kansas___________________________ 56

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2013 Texas Tech Football TECH OFFENSE PACKS A PUNCH The Texas Tech offense is widely known was one of the most potent attacks in all of college football. With the return of Kliff Kingsbury, Red Raider fans are eager to see what offensive records will soon be shattered. • Texas Tech is the only BCS program to rank among the top seven teams in the NCAA in passing during the last 12 years (2001-12). • Tech has led the nation in passing six times (2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008) and ranked second twice (2009, 2012) during that span... The Red Raiders ranked fifth in 2001 and third in 2006 while ranking seventh in 2010 and 2011. • Since 2002, Texas Tech has finished in the top 15 nationally in total offense. No other Big 12 team has a streak longer than three years. KINGSBURY IS THE YOUNGEST COACH IN THE BCS At the age of 34, Kliff Kingsbury is the youngest head coach in the BCS and the third youngest coach in the FBS. With just five years of collegiate coaching experience, he quickly rose through the ranks and was named head coach at Texas Tech on Dec. 12, 2012. Youngest Head Coaches Head Coach Age School P.J. Fleck 32 Western Michigan Matt Campbell 33 Toledo Kliff Kingsbury 34 Texas Tech 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. HEAD COACHES AT THEIR ALMA MATERS 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 East Carolina Ruffin McNeil 1976-80 Kent State Paul Haynes 1987-91 Miami (Ohio) Don Treadwell 1978-81 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 HEAD COACHING DEBUTS Kliff Kingsbury made his head coaching debut at SMU on Aug. 30 and scored a 41-23 win over the Mustangs. Texas Tech head coaches now have an all-time record of 9-5-1 when making their debut on the Red Raider sideline. Here is a look at Tech head coaching debuts: Year Coach Opponent Result 2013 Kliff Kingsbury SMU W, 41-23 2010 Tommy Tuberville SMU W, 35-27 2000 Mike Leach New Mexico W, 24-3 1986 Spike Dykes Ole Miss (Ind Bowl) L, 17-20 1986 David McWilliams Kansas State W, 41-7 1981 Jerry Moore Colorado L, 27-45 1978 Rex Dockery USC L, 9-17

1975 1970 1961 1951 1941 1930 1929 1925

Steve Sloan Florida State Jim Carlen Tulane JT King Mississippi State DeWitt Weaver West Texas State Dell Morgan Abilene Christian Pete Cawthon Wayland Grady Higgenbotham Wayland E.Y. Freeland McMurry

W, 31-20 W, 21-14 L, 0-6 W, 46-7 W, 34-0 L, 0-6 W, 19-0 T, 0-0

KINGSBURY ERA BEGINS WITH A WIN IN DALLAS For the second time in four years, a Texas Tech head football coach made his debut against the SMU Mustangs. Tommy Tuberville made his coaching debut in a 35-27 win over SMU at Jones AT&T Stadium in 2010. Kingsbury is the 15th head coach in school history and a former letterman. He quarterbacked the Red Raiders from 1999-2002. The Red Raiders defeated the Mustangs 41-23. TECH HELMETS REACH A MILESTONE ANNIVERSARY The iconic Double T on the Texas Tech football helmet has reached its 50th anniversary. The Double T, one of the most recognizable brands in all of college sports, was first placed on a Tech football helmet back in 1963 by then head coach JT King. Prior to the 1963 season, the player’s numbers had traditionally been placed on each side of the helmet. WARD NAMED TO BILETNIKOFF AWARD PRESEASON LIST Eric Ward, Texas Tech’s top returning receiver from 2012, has been named to the preseason watch list for the Biletnikoff Award, which honors the nation’s top receiver. Ward, a senior from Wichita Falls, earns a spot on the preseason list for the second consecutive year and continues a streak of six straight years that a Tech receiver has been honored. Tech’s top returning receiver in 2012, Ward compiled 1,053 receiving yards on 82 catches along with 12 touchdowns. He averaged 12.8 yards per catch and 87.8 yards per game. Following the 2012 season, he earned number All-Big 12 accolades and finished eighth nationally in touchdown receptions. HYDER, CLARK EARN PRESEASON ACCOLADES Senior defensive lineman Kerry Hyder has been named to the preseason watch lists for the Outland, Lombardi and Nagurski trophies while sophomore offensive lineman Le’Raven Clark has earned a spot on the Outland and Lombardi list. Hyder, a senior from Austin, had a strong junior season and that landed him numerous postseason accolades in 2012 and has him projected as one of the top defensive lineman in the nation in 2013. Last season, he picked up several first team All-Big 12 honors by numerous publications after posting 56 total tackles with 14 for loss. His 14 tackles for loss ranked him fifth in the Big 12 Conference and his five and a half sacks placed him seventh in the league. He logged 10.5 of his 14 tackles for loss in conference play and that put him in third place in the Big 12. Clark, a sophomore from Rockdale, is coming off a stellar freshman season that earned him First-Team Freshman AllAmerica honors by the FWAA and Second Team Freshman AllAmerica honors by Scout.com. He started all 13 games in 2012 and was part of an offensive line that helped pave the way for a running back corp that rushed for 1,674 yards - the most by Tech since the 1998 season.

TECH ENTERS 2013 WITH NO QUARTERBACK STARTS Entering the 2013 season, Texas Tech was one of 11 schools nationally that did not have a quarterback on its roster with at least one career start. Baker Mayfield started the season for Texas Tech in the opener at SMU. FBS Programs that entered 2013 with Zero Career FBS QB Starts on Roster Baylor California Central Michigan Florida State Georgia Tech Iowa Louisiana Tech Penn State Syracuse Texas Tech Virginia STUDENT-ATHLETES Texas Tech boasts seven 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 AllAmerica Player of the Year. Football Graduates Terrance Bullitt Ryan Erxleben Aaron Fisher Kerry Hyder Chris Knighton Josh Talbott Eric Ward SIX ALUMNI FORM COACHING STAFF FOUNDATION Six 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 Sonny Cumbie (Class of 2004), Kevin Curtis (Class of 2002), Trey Haverty (Class of 2004), Eric Morris (Class of 2008) and Mike Smith (Class of 2004).

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2013 Texas Tech Football RED RAIDERS WITH A NEW LOOK Texas Tech unveiled the newest look and latest technology from Under Armour for the 2013 season. Under Armour, the exclusive apparel provider for Texas Tech Athletics, has given Red Raider Football uniform options that are both rich in tradition and in line with the latest fashion trend in college football. Coach Kingsbury has a clause in his contract that gives him “creative license in the design of the football team’s equipment and team uniforms.” Facts On This Year’s Uniforms • Under Armour and Texas Tech partnered to develop a new uniform design to usher in a new TTU football era with Coach K. • The inset shape on the new jersey was designed to replicate the “guns up” sign given by TTU supporters, players and staff. Since the team is being led by a former Red Raider, it felt like the right time to have a uniform inspired by their unique sign –[2] guns up. • The shape of the insets at the front shoulders replicate the left and right hands giving the signs of guns up – the shorter insets (closer to collar) represent the thumb, while the longer (outer) insets represent the index finger • This uniform was designed to be consistent not only from jersey to pant, but from base layer, helmet, and sock. Hence the striping detail on each match. • Pant and baselayer call out “GUNS UP” RED RAIDERS IN THE NFL Texas Tech currently has 14 former players on NFL rosters. Player (Years At Tech) NFL Team Danny Amendola (2004-07) Patriots Bront Bird (2007-10) Chargers Michael Crabtree (2007-08) 49ers Cody Davis (2009-12) Rams Seth Doege (2009-12) Falcons Keyunta Dawson (2003-06) Titans Dylan Gandy (2001-04) Lions Joselio Hanson (2001-02) Raiders Graham Harrell (2005-08) Jets Darcel McBath (2005-08) 49ers Manny Ramirez (2003-06) Broncos Louis Vasquez (2005-08) Broncos LaAdrian Waddle (2009-12) Lions Wes Welker (2000-03) Broncos NEW HORSE AND RIDER SET TO DEBUT IN 2013 Texas Tech will debut both a new Masked Rider and horse for the 2013 football season. Taking the reigns as the 52nd Masked Rider in school history is Corey Waggoner of Lubbock. Waggoner is the first rider from Lubbock since Katie Carruth (2001-02) and the just the seventh in program history. Texas Tech is also introducing a new horse this season as “Fearless Champion” takes over for Midnight Matador who was retired midway through the 2012 season. Midnight Matador served the Masked Rider program for 11 seasons and was the longest tenured horse in the history of the program.

RED RAIDER CLUB SETS RECORD FOR ANNUAL GIVING The excitement surrounding the hire of Kliff Kingsbury has played a vital role in the Red Raider Club setting a new record for annual giving. For the first time in history, the RRC has eclipsed the $5 million mark in annual giving and will provide over $5.3 million that will go directly to the student-athlete experience. The distribution is $700,000 more than last year’s mark of $4.6 million and represents the single-largest growth between fiscal years in history. Membership in the Red Raider Club rose by 1,600-plus thanks impart to the excitement surrounding new head coaches Kliff Kingsbury, Candi Whitaker, Tubby Smith and Tim Tadlock. Also for the first time, the money raised through the Red Raider Club will cover all of Texas Tech’s scholarships costs. NEW VIDEO BOARD UNVEILED The game day atmosphere at Jones AT&T Stadium just improved drastically as the athletics department unveiled what is the eighth largest video board in college football. The new video board and sound system was constructed in the north end of the stadium and more than three times the size of the old structure. In addition to the video board, the university is also constructing an exterior colonnade that will bowl in north end of the stadium. Facts & Figures Overall Structure Size: 190’ by 57’ Video Screen: 100’ by 38’ Structural Steel: 275 tons Rebar: 54 tons Footings: 395 cubic yards of concrete Depth of Piers: 35’ (12 total with 5’ thick concrete pier caps) Electrical Consumpion: 1,400 Amps Sound System: Consists of JBL Variable Line Arrays loudspeaker enclosures and twenty subwoofers. Produces 250,000 watts of power. Through the use of digital signal processing and careful aiming, all seats will now have the same volume and tone. RENOVATIONS TO JONES AT&T HIT 135 MILLION The recent additions in the north end zone at Jones AT&T Stadium have pushed the dollar figured invested into the home of Red Raider Football to $135 million since 2003. With a seating capacity of over 60,000 fans, Jones AT&T Stadium has gone through four major renovations in the last 10 years making it one of the best on-campus football facilities in the country.

REMEMBERING JOE KIRK FULTON Texas Tech will pay tribute this season to the first Masked Rider in program history – Joe Kirk Fulton. Fulton passed away on Aug. 3 at the age of 81. The Masked Rider tradition, one of the greatest in all of college sports, was born in the 1954 Gator Bowl when Fulton led the team onto the field on a jet black horse while wearing a black hat, mask and scarlet cape. In the game story the following day, a writer for the Atlanta Journal Constitution said, “No team in any bowl game ever made a more sensational entrance.”

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2013 Texas Tech Football NUMERICAL ROSTER NO 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 9 9 10 11 11 12 13 13 14 14 15 15 16 16 17 18 18 19 19 20 21 22 23 24 24 25 26 26 27 28 28 29 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 45

PLAYER Terrance Bullitt Reginald Davis Andre Ross J.J. Gaines D.J. Polite-Bray Bradley Marquez Derrick Mays Gary Moore Tre’ Porter Baker Mayfield Kris Williams Will Smith Davis Webb Collin Bowen Sadale Foster Shawn Corker Branden Jackson Pete Robertson Jakeem Grant Jacarthy Mack Zach Barnes Sam Eguavoen Carlos Thompson Dylan Cantrell La’Darius Newbold Clayton Nicholas Keenon Ward Michael Brewer Dorian Crawford Dee Paul Micah Awe Eric Ward Jalen Barnes Derreck Edwards Tanner Jacobson DeAndre Washington Jace Amaro Jeremy Reynolds Bruce Jones Tyler Middleton Blake Dees Ryan Erxleben John White Zach Winbush Martin Hill Dominique Wheeler Olaoluwa Falemi Josh Talbott Austin Stewart Justis Nelson Brandon Bagley Omar Ontiveros Kenny Williams Brandon DeFrance Thierry Nguema Bobby Esiaba Quinton White Summitt Hogue Kahlee Woods Rodney Hall Malik Jenkins Taylor Symmank Jackson Richards Kramer Fyfe

POS LB WR LB DB WR WR DB WR DB QB LB LB QB QB RB WR LB LB WR LB LB LB WR WR DB QB DB QB DB DB LB WR DB WR DB RB TE DB DB RB LB P DB LB DB WR DB RB DB DB DB FB RB WR DB LB RB DB LB RB LB K DL PK

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

WT 220 190 220 180 175 200 175 220 205 220 210 220 195 200 185 190 240 225 160 180 215 220 175 205 195 220 195 185 200 165 210 205 185 165 175 190 260 170 180 190 230 190 200 215 170 185 160 200 205 170 170 245 225 185 160 205 200 195 220 245 205 185 275 165

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

HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL/LAST SCHOOL Garland, Texas/Naaman Forest Tenaha, Texas/Tenaha Calvert, Texas/Calvert/Navarro College Irving, Texas/Nimitz Lithonia, Ga./Martin Luther King Odessa, Texas/Odessa Killeen, Texas/Shoemaker Clarksville, Texas/Clarksville Midwest City, Okla./Carl Albert Austin, Texas/Lake Travis Dallas, Texas/Bryan Adams Riverside, Calif./Notre Dame/Riverside CC Prosper, Texas/Prosper Amarillo, Texas/Randall Riverside, Calif./J.W. North/Riverside CC Fort Lauderdale, Fla./Cardinal Gibbons McKeesport, Pa./McKeesport Longview, Texas/Longview Mesquite, Texas/Mesquite Horn Lithonia, Ga./Martin Luther King Loganville, Ga./Grayson Garland, Texas/Lakeview Centennial Manvel, Texas/Manvel Whitehouse, Texas/Whitehouse Lancaster, Texas/Lancaster Abilene, Texas/Cooper Snyder, Texas/Snyder Lake Travis, Texas/Lake Travis San Diego, Calif./Scripps Ranch/Mt. San Antonio College Munday, Texas/Munday Arlington, Texas/Summitt Wichita Falls, Texas/Rider Port Arthur, Texas/Memorial Brenham, Texas/Brenham Southlake, Texas/Carroll Missouri City, Texas/T. Marshall San Antonio, Texas/MacArthur Greensboro, N.C./Dudley Eastvale, Calif./Roosevelt/Riverside CC Midland, Texas/Midland/Navarro College Spanish Fort, Ala./Spanish Fort Lake Travis, Texas/Lake Travis Bremond, Texas/Bremond Schertz, Texas/Clemens St. Louis, Mo./Lutheran North/Pierce CC Crockett, Texas/Crockett Carson, Calif./Banning/LA Harbor College Trophy Club, Texas/Liberty Christian Matthews, N.C./Butler/L.A. Pierce JC Mesquite, Texas/Dallas Christian Los Angeles, Calif./Compton/College of Sequoias Austin, Texas/Westlake Pflugerville, Texas/Hendrickson Colleyville, Texas/Heritage/SE Oklahoma State Corona, Calif./Santiago Houston, Texas/Dallastown PA College Station, Texas/A&M Consolidated Lubbock, Texas/Frenship Sherman, Texas/Sherman Angleton, Texas/Angleton/Tyler JC Ennis, Texas/Ennis McKinney, Texas/McKinney Boyd/Southern Arkansas Southlake, Texas/Carroll Austin, Texas/Lake Travis

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2013 Texas Tech Football 45 46 48 49 50 51 51 52 53 54 56 57 58 61 62 63 65 66 67 70 71 72 74 75 77 78 79 80 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 91 92 94 96 98

Caleb Woodward Chris Knighton Ryan Bustin Armond Weh-Weh Tyler Scalzi Demetrious Alston Tony Morales Parker Bradham Kindred Evans Dartwan Bush Alfredo Morales David Brenner Josh Outlaw Emiliano Renteria Le’Raven Clark James Polk Baylen Brown Ryan Messer Matt Wilson Cody Hayes Rashad Fortenberry Beau Carpenter Joey White Jared Kaster Trey Keenan Blake Snider Poet Thomas Grant Eubank Brent Mitcham Brad Pearson Zach Austin Jordan Davis Peyton Williams Aaron Fisher Hunter Weishuhn Jacob Hurla Kerry Hyder Bennett Ofor Donte Phillips Dennell Wesley Anthony Smith

DB DL K RB LB DL OL DS DL DL OL DS OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR DL DL DL DL DL

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

200 250 180 205 225 260 315 210 230 255 320 210 290 295 320 335 305 275 280 275 285 285 320 275 270 255 335 155 185 210 170 170 180 200 230 190 280 255 280 310 325

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

Leander, Texas/Leander Longview, Texas/Longview Kilgore, Texas/Kilgore/Kilgore College Sugar Land, Texas/Fort Bend Kempner Flower Mound, Texas/Flower Mound Norcross, Ga./Norcross/Hutchinson CC Arlington, Texas/Sam Houston Aledo, Texas/Aledo Grand Prairie, Texas/South Grand Prairie Clute, Texas/Brazoswood Arlington, Texas/Sam Houston Plano, Texas/Canyon Creek Christian Academy Lithonia, Ga./Martin Luther King Lamesa, Texas/Lamesa Rockdale, Texas/Rockdale Houston, Texas/Alief Elsik San Antonio, Texas/O’Connor Arlington, Texas/Nolan Catholic Coldspring, Texas/Coldspring Oakhurst Fort Worth, Texas/Eastern Hills Tylertown, Miss./Bowling Green/Mississippi Gulf Coast CC Sulphur Springs, Texas/Sulphur Springs Wimberley, Texas/Wimberley/Sam Houston State Altair, Texas/Altair Rice Argyle, Texas/Argyle Frisco, Texas/Legacy Christian/UTEP Beverly Hills, Mich./Country Day Wall, Texas/Wall Houston, Texas/Cypress Creek Lubbock, Texas/Monterey Austin, Texas/Lake Travis Arlington, Texas/Arlington/Southwestern Oklahoma State Southlake, Texas/Carroll/Colorado Keller, Texas/Fossil Ridge Seminole, Texas/Seiminole Topeka, Kan./Seaman/Butler CC Austin, Texas/Lyndon B. Johnson Houston, Texas/Clearbrook/Midwestern State Milwaukee, Wis./Homestead Hastings, Fla./Menendez/Butler CC Houston, Texas/Spring Westfield

COACHING STAFF Head Coach_______________________________Kliff Kingsbury (Sideline) Co-Offensive Coordinator/Outside Receivers__________Sonny Cumbie (Sideline) Co-Offensive Coordinator/Inside Receviers___________Eric Morris (Press Box) 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) PRONUNCIATION GUIDE (For An Audio Version, log on to texastech.com) Micah Awe_____________________AH-way Jace Amaro_____________________uh-MAR-oh Dartwan Bush___________________DAR-twan Sam Eguavoen___________________uh-GUAV-in Ryan Erxleben___________________URX-lay-ben Bobby Esiaba____________________es-SAW-buh Olaoluwa Falemi__________________oh-lao-LOO-uh ---- FAH-lee-me Thierry Nguema__________________Terry nuh-GOO-muh Tyler Scalzi_____________________SCOWL-z Armond Weh-Weh_________________Way-Way

Hunter Weishuhn_________________WHY-soon Dennell Wesley___________________duh-NELL Kahlee Woods___________________KAH-lee

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2013 Texas Tech Football DEPTH CHART OFFENSE LT 62 Le’Raven Clark_______6-5__320__ S0-1L_______________ Rockdale, Texas 58 Josh Outlaw________6-3__290__ Fr-HS_________________ Lithonia, Ga.

DEFENSE END 91 Kerry Hyder_________6-2__280__ Sr-3L_________________ Austin, Texas 51 Demetrius Alston_____6-3__260__ So-TR_________________ Norcross, Ga.

LG

56 Alfredo Morales______6-3__320__ So-1L_______________ Arlington, Texas 77 Trey Keenan________6-6__270__ Fr-RS_________________ Argyle, Texas

N

96 Dennell Wesley_______6-1__310__ Sr-1L_________________Hastings, Fla. 43 Jackson Richards______6-4__275__ Jr-2L_______________Southlake, Texas

C

75 Jared Kaster________6-3__275__ So-1L__________________Altair, Texas 65 Baylen Brown_______6-4__305__ Fr-HS_____________ San Antonio, Texas

T

9 Branden Jackson______6-4__240__ So-1L_______________ McKeesport, Pa. 54 Dartwan Bush_______6-1__255__ Sr-3L__________________Clute, Texas

RG 72 Beau Carpenter______6-6__285__ Jr-2L___________ Sulphur Springs, Texas 63 James Polk_________6-6__335__ Jr-2L________________Houston, Texas RT 71 Rashad Fortenberry____6-5__285__ Sr-1L_______________ Tylertown, Miss. 67 Matt Wilson________6-6__280__So-SQ______________ Coldspring, Texas QB 16 -or 6 7 RB 34 21 TE/ 22 WR 85

BAN 10 2 WILL 7 27

Pete Robertson_______6-3__225__ So-1L_______________ Longview, Texas Andre Ross_________6-3__220__ So-TR_________________Calvert, Texas Will Smith_________6-3__220__ Sr-1L________________Riverside, Calif. Zach Winbush_______6-1__215__ Jr-2L________________ Schertz, Texas

Michael Brewer______6-1__185__ So-1L______________ Lake Travis, Texas Baker Mayfield_______6-2__220__ Fr-HS_________________ Austin, Texas Davis Webb_________6-4__195__ Fr-HS________________ Prosper, Texas

MIKE 13 Sam Eguavoen_______6-1__220__ Jr-2L________________ Garland, Texas 18 Micah Awe_________6-0__210__ So-1L_______________ Arlington, Texas

Kenny Williams______5-9__225__ Jr-2L______________ Pflugerville, Texas DeAndre Washington___5-8__190__ So-1L_____________ Missouri City, Texas

RAID 1 Terrance Bullitt_______6-3__220__ Sr-3L________________ Garland, Texas 30 Austin Stewart_______6-0__205__ Jr-1L_______________ Matthews, N.C.

Jace Amaro_________6-5__260__ Jr-2L_____________ San Antonio, Texas Jordan Davis________5-9__170__ Jr-1L_______________ Arlington, Texas

BC 24 Bruce Jones_________5-7__180__ Sr-1L________________ Eastvale, Calif. 4 Derrick Mays_______ 5-11__175__ Sr-3L_________________Killeen, Texas

WR 11 Jakeem Grant_______5-6__160__ So-1L_______________ Mesquite, Texas 8 Sadale Foster________5-7__185__ Sr-1L________________Riverside, Calif.

FS

5 Tre’ Porter__________6-0__205__ Sr-3L_____________ Midwest City, Okla. 15 Keenon Ward________5-9__195__ Fr-RS_________________ Snyder, Texas

WR 4 Bradley Marquez_____ 5-11__200__ Jr-2L_________________Odessa, Texas 2 Reginald Davis_______6-0__190__ Fr-RS________________ Tenaha, Texas

SS

3 J.J. Gaines_________ 5-10__180__ So-1L_________________ Irving, Texas 16 Dorian Crawford______6-2__200__ Jr-TR_______________ San Diego, Calif.

WR 18 Eric Ward__________6-0__205__ Sr-3L_____________ Wichita Falls, Texas 19 Derreck Edwards______6-1__165__ So-1L_______________ Brenham, Texas

FC

29 Olaoluwa Falemi______5-9__160__ Sr-1L_________________ Carson, Calif. 23 Jeremy Reynolds______5-9__170__ So-1L_______________Greensboro, N.C.

SPECIAL TEAMS LS 57 David Brenner_______6-0__210__So-SQ_________________ Plano, Texas 52 Parker Bradham______6-0__210__ Fr-RS_________________ Aledo, Texas PK 48 Ryan Bustin________ 5-11__180__ Jr-1L_________________Kilgore, Texas 42 Taylor Symmank______6-2__185__So-SQ_______________ McKinney, Texas P

26 Ryan Erxleben_______6-1__190__ Sr-3L______________ Lake Travis, Texas 42 Taylor Symmank______6-2__185__So-SQ_______________ McKinney, Texas

KO H

45 Kramer Fyfe_________5-8__165__ Jr-1L_________________ Austin, Texas 42 Taylor Symmank______6-2__185__So-SQ_______________ McKinney, Texas 26 Ryan Erxleben_______6-1__190__ Sr-3L______________ Lake Travis, Texas 85 Jordan Davis________5-9__170__ Jr-1L_______________ Arlington, Texas

KR 11 Jakeem Grant_______5-6__160__ So-1L_______________ Mesquite, Texas PR 8 Sadale Foster________5-7__185__ Sr-1L________________Riverside, Calif. 20 Tanner Jacobson_____ 5-10__175__ Fr-HS_______________Southlake, Texas

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2013 Texas Tech Football TEXAS TECH FOOTBALL - BY THE NUMBERS

0: Points allowed by Tech in the first half vs. TCU (9/12) & vs. Texas State (9/21).

29: Red Raiders made a tackle in Tech’s 54-16 win over Kansas (Oct. 5).

1: Baker Mayfield is the 1st true freshman walk-on QB to start a season opener for a BCS program.

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

2: Teams in the Big 12 (Texas Tech & UT) have started 6-0 three times since 2005.

30: Career field goals by junior kicker Ryan Bustin ranks 8th in Texas Tech history.

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

31: Consecutive starts by DL Kerry Hyder (2011-13) leads all active Red Raiders.

3: Individuals were inducted into Tech’s Ring of Honor: Donny Anderson, EJ Holub & Dave Parks. 33: Tech is 33-0 since 1996 when holding its opponent to 10 or fewer points. 3: Marks Tech & West Virginia’s third all-time matchup. Tech is 1-1 all-time against WVU.

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

4: For the first time in school history Tech has started 4-0 in three straight years (2011-13).

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

4: Tech played four straight schools from Texas to open the season for the first time since 1962.

43: Completions for Baker Mayfield at SMU broke a Tech record for a QB in starting debut.

5: Rushing yards allowed in the 1st half to Kansas were fewest allowed by Tech since 2008 (EWU, 3).

47: Catches for Jace Amaro through 6 games are most by a TTU player since ‘07 (Crabtree, 70).

5: Sacks by the Tech defense in season opener at SMU marked its most since 2010 (5 vs. SMU).

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

6: Kingsbury become first coach in school history to start career 6-0.

57: Victories for Texas Tech at home (57-15, .792) since 2002.

6: True freshmen played in season opener. Tech had only 2 true freshmen who played in 2012.

58: Wins over non-ranked opponents at home (58-5, .921) since 2000.

6: Red Raiders made their first career start in the 2013 season opener at SMU.

66: Baker Mayfield’s 66-rushing yards vs. SFA marked most by Tech QB since ‘11 (Doege, 83 vs. NEV).

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

69: Red Raiders played in their 61-13 win over Stephen F. Austin in Week 2 of the 2013 season.

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

80: Three TTU players rushed for 80-plus yards vs. ISU - a first for Tech since 1973 (vs. Baylor).

8: Texas Tech has won eight of its last 10 bowl games (dates back to 2002 season).

89: Years of Texas Tech Football.

9: Career 100-yard receiving games during senior WR Eric Ward’s Tech career.

93: Tech is 93-5-4 since 1970 when holding its opponent to 10 or fewer points.

9: Jace Amaro has a career-high nine receptions in four consecutive games.

100: Degrees at kickoff in Texas Tech’s season opener in Dallas against SMU.

10: True freshmen that have played this season.

100: Ran 100 + plays in back-to-back games (at KU/vs. ISU) for the 1st time in school history.

11: Career sacks for senior DL Kerry Hyder leads all active Red Raiders.

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

11: Straight years Texas Tech has won its season opener (2003-2013).

200: Red Raiders have scored in 200 consecutive games dating back to Oct. 25, 1997... Marks

13: Consecutive years a Texas Tech quarterback has passed for at least 3,000 yards in a season.

second longest active streak in the Big 12 (K-State, 209).

14: All-time bowl victories for Texas Tech (has won 8 of its last 10 bowl games).

206: Career receptions for WR Eric Ward - ranks seventh all-time in school history.

17: Bowl appearances for Texas Tech since 1993.

413: Passing yards for Baker Mayfield at SMU is a Tech record for a freshman on the road.

18: Newcomers played in the season opener at SMU (12 freshmen, 6 true freshmen).

415: Passing yards for Davis Webb vs. Iowa State are the most by a Big 12 QB this year.

20: Texas Tech has been bowl eligible 20 times over the last 21 years.

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

21: Texas Tech has scored at least 20 points in 21 consecutive games dating back to 2011.

980: All-time games played by the Red Raiders following week 6 vs. Iowa State.

23: Bradley Marquez has caught at least one pass in 23-of-24 career games.

2,320: Career receiving yards for Eric Ward in 41 games at Tech (ranks 9th in school history).

26: Career receiving touchdowns for senior WR Eric Ward (ranks fourth in school history).

16,092: Student-record attendance at Jones AT&T Stadium against TCU (Sept. 12, 2013).

26: Consecutive non-conference home wins for Texas Tech since 2002.

60,997: Record attendance at Jones AT&T Stadium against Texas State (Sept. 22, 2013). 12


2013 Texas Tech Football TEAM STATISTICS

2013 SEASON RESULTS (6-0, 3-0 BIG 12) Date Aug. 30 Sept. 7 Sept. 12 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 28

Opponent at SMU Stephen F. Austin *#24 TCU Texas State OPEN at *Kansas *Iowa State at *West Virginia at *Oklahoma *Oklahoma State *Kansas State vs. *Baylor OPEN at *Texas

Location Dallas, Texas Lubbock, Texas Lubbock, Texas Lubbock, Texas

Result W, 41-23 W, 61-13 W, 20-10 W, 33-7

TV Attendance ESPN 34,790 FSN 54,086 ESPN 58,702 FSN 60,997

Lawrence, Kan. Lubbock, Texas Morgantown, W. Va. Norman, Okla. Lubbock, Texas Lubbock, Texas Arlington, Texas (AT&T Stadium)

W, 54-16 W, 42-35 -- -- -- -- --

FS1 FS1 FS1 -- -- -- --

25,648 57,367 ------

Austin, Texas

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FS1

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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G Washington, De............................................................... 6 53 225 18 207 3.9 4 19 34.5 Williams, Kenny............................................................... 6 58 216 18 198 3.4 4 18 33.0 White, Quinton................................................................ 6 13 130 0 130 10.0 1 38 21.7 Foster, SaDale................................................................... 6 13 123 0 123 9.5 1 38 20.5 Mayfield, Baker................................................................ 5 45 201 82 119 2.6 2 22 23.8 Grant, Jakeem.................................................................. 6 8 55 2 53 6.6 0 18 8.8 Hall, Rodney..................................................................... 6 4 32 0 32 8.0 0 16 5.3 Webb, Davis..................................................................... 5 9 26 22 4 0.4 0 8 0.8 Brewer, Michael............................................................... 1 1 0 6 -6 -6.0 0 0 -6.0 TEAM................................................................................ 3 7 0 49 -49 -7.0 0 0 -16.3 Total........................................................................6 211 1008 197 811 3.8 12 38 135.2 Opponents...............................................................6 220 886 207 679 3.1 7 49 113.2 PASSING G Effic Att-Cmp-Int Pct Yds TD Lng Avg/G Mayfield, Baker............................................................... 5 136.02 132-201-5 65.7 1488 8 60 297.6 Webb, Davis.................................................................... 5 136.32 71-126-5 56.3 965 9 51 193.0 Williams, Kenny.............................................................. 6 0.00 0-1-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 Total....................................................................... 6 135.72 203-328-10 61.9 2453 17 60 408.8 Opponents.............................................................. 6 104.92 138-249-5 55.4 1390 5 75 231.7 RECEIVING G No. Yds Avg TD Long Amaro, Jace...................................................................................................................6............... 47 606 12.9 1 47 Ward, Eric......................................................................................................................6............... 34 404 11.9 3 37 Grant, Jakeem...............................................................................................................6............... 30 394 13.1 3 51 Marquez, Brad...............................................................................................................6............... 25 342 13.7 5 60 Washington, De............................................................................................................6............... 14 100 7.1 0 48 Foster, SaDale................................................................................................................6............... 11 117 10.6 0 44 Williams, Kenny............................................................................................................6............... 11 112 10.2 1 50 Cantrell, Dylan...............................................................................................................4................. 8 67 8.4 1 16 Davis, Jordan.................................................................................................................4................. 6 76 12.7 1 33 Edwards, Der.................................................................................................................6................. 5 88 17.6 0 46 Davis, Reginald.............................................................................................................6................. 4 79 19.8 2 23 Pearson, Brad................................................................................................................4................. 4 51 12.8 0 27 Corker, Shawn...............................................................................................................6................. 3 18 6.0 0 9 Polite-Bray, DJ...............................................................................................................4................. 1 -1 -1.0 0 0 Total................................................................................................................ 6............203 2453 12.1 17 60 Opponents....................................................................................................... 6............138 1390 10.1 5 75

Avg/G 101.0 67.3 65.7 57.0 16.7 19.5 18.7 16.8 19.0 14.7 13.2 12.8 3.0 -0.2 408.8 231.7

PUNTING No. Yds Avg Long TB FC I20 Blkd Erxleben, Ryan..................................................................................19 840 44.2 56 2 2 5 0 Symmank, Taylor...............................................................................12 504 42.0 60 0 1 5 0 Total.......................................................................................31 1344 43.4 60 2 3 10 0 Opponents..............................................................................50 2225 44.5 68 4 13 12 0 KICKOFFS No. Yds Avg TB OB Retn Net YdLn Fyfe, Kramer ...................................................................................31 1872 60.4 21 0 Symmank, Taylor...............................................................................17 1033 60.8 6 1 Total.......................................................................................48 2905 60.5 27 1 450 37.1 27 Opponents..............................................................................21 1322 63.0 12 0 249 36.8 28

CATEGORY

TECH OPP

SCORING......................................................... 251 104 Points Per Game........................................................ 41.8 17.3 FIRST DOWNS.................................................. 172 114 Rushing........................................................................ 46 42 Passing....................................................................... 114 62 Penalty......................................................................... 12 10 RUSHING YARDAGE.......................................... 811 679 Yards gained rushing................................................ 1008 886 Yards lost rushing....................................................... 197 207 Rushing Attempts....................................................... 211 220 Average Per Rush......................................................... 3.8 3.1 Average Per Game................................................... 135.2 113.2 TDs Rushing.................................................................. 12 7 PASSING YARDAGE..........................................2453 1390 Comp-Att-Int................................................. 203-328-10 138-249-5 Average Per Pass.......................................................... 7.5 5.6 Average Per Catch...................................................... 12.1 10.1 Average Per Game................................................... 408.8 231.7 TDs Passing................................................................... 17 5 TOTAL OFFENSE..............................................3264 2069 Total Plays.................................................................. 539 469 Average Per Play.......................................................... 6.1 4.4 Average Per Game................................................... 544.0 344.8 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards..................................9-249 20-450 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards...............................20-153 15-135 INT RETURNS: #-Yards....................................5-142 10-39 KICK RETURN AVERAGE.................................... 27.7 22.5 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE.................................... 7.7 9.0 INT RETURN AVERAGE..................................... 28.4 3.9 FUMBLES-LOST............................................... 16-4 13-6 PENALTIES-YARDS........................................49-446 55-429 Average Per Game..................................................... 74.3 71.5 PUNTS-YARDS...........................................31-1344 50-2225 Average Per Punt....................................................... 43.4 44.5 Net punt average....................................................... 37.7 39.8 TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME............................28:17

31:43

3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS............................50/105 29/103 3rd-Down Pct............................................................48% 28% 4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS................................. 2/5 4/16 4th-Down Pct............................................................40% 25% SACKS BY-Yards.............................................16-90 12-87 MISC YARDS........................................................ 0 0 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED....................................... 30 13 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS.................................13-16 5-7 ON-SIDE KICKS................................................. 0-0 2-3 RED-ZONE SCORES............................... (31-35) 89% (10-15) 67% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS...................... (19-35) 54% (6-15) 40% PAT-ATTEMPTS.................................. (30-30) 100% (11-12) 92% ATTENDANCE.............................................. 231152 60438 Games/Avg Per Game..........................................4/57788 2/30219 Neutral Site Games........................................................... 0/0 SCORE BY QUARTERS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Total Texas Tech 58 64 57 72 251 Opponents 27 20 17 40 104

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2013 Texas Tech Football SCORING TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Points Bustin, Ryan..................................................................... 0 13-16 30-30 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 69 Williams, Kenny............................................................... 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 30 Marquez, Brad.................................................................. 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 30 Washington, De............................................................... 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 24 Ward, Eric......................................................................... 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18 Grant, Jakeem.................................................................. 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18 Mayfield, Baker................................................................ 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 Davis, Reginald................................................................ 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 Amaro, Jace...................................................................... 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Cantrell, Dylan.................................................................. 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Foster, SaDale................................................................... 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Smith, Will....................................................................... 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Davis, Jordan.................................................................... 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 White, Quinton................................................................ 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 TEAM................................................................................ 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 1 2 Total...................................................................... 30 13-16 30-30 0-0 0 0-0 0 1 251 Opponents............................................................. 13 5-7 11-12 0-0 0 0-1 0 0 104 TOTAL OFFENSE G Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G Mayfield, Baker...........................................................................................................................5 246 119 1488 1607 321.4 Webb, Davis................................................................................................................................5 135 4 965 969 193.8 Washington, De..........................................................................................................................6 53 207 0 207 34.5 Williams, Kenny..........................................................................................................................6 59 198 0 198 33.0 White, Quinton...........................................................................................................................6 13 130 0 130 21.7 Foster, SaDale..............................................................................................................................6 13 123 0 123 20.5 Grant, Jakeem.............................................................................................................................6 8 53 0 53 8.8 Hall, Rodney................................................................................................................................6 4 32 0 32 5.3 Brewer, Michael..........................................................................................................................1 1 -6 0 -6 -6.0 TEAM...........................................................................................................................................3 7 -49 0 -49 -16.3 Total.............................................................................................................................6 539 811 2453 3264 544.0 Opponents....................................................................................................................6 469 679 1390 2069 344.8 FIELD GOALS Bustin, Ryan

FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk 13-16 81.2 0-0 8-8 4-6 1-2 0-0 43 0

FG SEQUENCE Texas Tech OPPONENTS SMU............................................................................................(43),(27).............................................. (27),(34),(51),27 Stephen F. Austin............................................................................... (28)....................................................................... TCU.........................................................................................(39),49,(37)............................................................. (37),55 Texas State...................................................................(29),(21),(27),(36)....................................................................... Kansas.....................................................................32,(23),(25),(28),(31).................................................................. (36) Iowa State.............................................................................................34....................................................................... Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made. ALL PURPOSE G Rush Rec PR KOR IR Tot Avg/G Amaro, Jace.........................................................................................6 0 606 0 0 0 606 101.0 Grant, Jakeem.....................................................................................6 53 394 0 141 0 588 98.0 Ward, Eric............................................................................................6 0 404 0 0 0 404 67.3 Marquez, Brad.....................................................................................6 0 342 0 0 0 342 57.0 Foster, SaDale......................................................................................6 123 117 95 0 0 335 55.8 Williams, Kenny..................................................................................6 198 112 0 0 0 310 51.7 Washington, De..................................................................................6 207 100 0 0 0 307 51.2 White, Quinton...................................................................................6 130 0 0 0 0 130 21.7 Mayfield, Baker...................................................................................5 119 0 0 0 0 119 23.8 Thompson, Car....................................................................................5 0 0 43 73 0 116 23.2 Davis, Reginald...................................................................................6 0 79 0 19 0 98 16.3 Edwards, Der.......................................................................................6 0 88 0 0 0 88 14.7 Winbush, Zach....................................................................................4 0 0 0 16 63 79 19.8 Davis, Jordan.......................................................................................4 0 76 0 0 0 76 19.0 Cantrell, Dylan.....................................................................................4 0 67 0 0 0 67 16.8 Gaines, J.J............................................................................................5 0 0 0 0 59 59 11.8 Pearson, Brad......................................................................................4 0 51 0 0 0 51 12.8 Hall, Rodney........................................................................................6 32 0 0 0 0 32 5.3 Richards, Jack......................................................................................6 0 0 0 0 20 20 3.3 Corker, Shawn.....................................................................................6 0 18 0 0 0 18 3.0 Jacobson, Tan......................................................................................6 0 0 15 0 0 15 2.5 Webb, Davis........................................................................................5 4 0 0 0 0 4 0.8 Polite-Bray, DJ.....................................................................................4 0 -1 0 0 0 -1 -0.2 Brewer, Michael..................................................................................1 -6 0 0 0 0 -6 -6.0 TEAM...................................................................................................3 -49 0 0 0 0 -49 -16.3 Total.........................................................................................6 811 2453 153 249 142 3808 634.7 Opponents................................................................................6 679 1390 135 450 39 2693 448.8

PUNT RET No. Yds Avg TD Long Foster, SaDale...............................12 95 7.9 0 23 Thompson, Car...............................5 43 8.6 0 35 Jacobson, Tan.................................2 15 7.5 0 15 Ward, Keenon.................................1 0 0.0 0 0 Total....................................... 20 153 7.7 0 35 Opponents.............................. 15 135 9.0 0 38 INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Avg TD Long Gaines, J.J.......................................2 59 29.5 0 36 Richards, Jack.................................1 20 20.0 0 20 Robertson, Pete.............................1 0 0.0 0 0 Winbush, Zach...............................1 63 63.0 0 63 Total.........................................5 142 28.4 0 63 Opponents.............................. 10 39 3.9 0 24 KICK RET No. Yds Avg TD Long Grant, Jakeem................................6 141 23.5 0 37 Thompson, Car...............................1 73 73.0 0 73 Winbush, Zach...............................1 16 16.0 0 16 Davis, Reginald..............................1 19 19.0 0 19 Total.........................................9 249 27.7 0 73 Opponents.............................. 20 450 22.5 1 95 FUMBLE RET No. Yds Avg TD Long Richards, Jack.................................1 21 21.0 0 21 Barnes, Zach...................................1 3 3.0 0 3 Hyder, Kerry...................................1 0 0.0 0 0 Smith, Will.....................................0 9 0.0 1 9 Total.........................................3 33 11.0 1 21 Opponents................................0 0 0.0 0 0 CONVERSIONS Third Down Texas Tech Opponents Fourth Down Texas Tech Opponents

1 2 3 4 Total 19-32 11-29 9-23 11-21 50-105 9-23 3-24 5-25 11-31 28-103 1 2 3 4 Total 0-0 1-3 1-1 0-1 2-5 0-1 1-3 0-4 3-8 4-16

TURNOVERS Takeaways – 11 (5 INTS, 6 Fumble Recoveries) Turnovers – 14 Points Off Turnovers – Tech: 31 Opponents: 24 Points Off Turnovers/Game – Texas Tech: 5.1 Opponents: 4 RED ZONE Texas Tech Red Zone Entries – 31 of 35 (89%) Scores – 31 (19 TDs, 11 Rush TDs, 8 Pass TDs 12 FGs) Non-Scores – 3 (1 HALF, 1 DOWNS, 0 FUMBLE, 2 MISSED FG, 0 INT) Opponent Red Zone Entries – 10 of 15 (67%) Scores – 10 (6TDs, 5 Rush TDs 1 Pass TDs 4 FGs) Non-Scores – 5 (1 HALF 0 FUM. 1 INT 2 DOWNS, 1 MFG) KICKOFFS Kickoffs – 48 - 2,905 Yards Touchbacks – 27 Opponent Kickoff Returns – 20 for 450 yards (22.5) Out of Bounds – 1

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2013 Texas Tech Football DEFENSIVE STATISTICS |-------Tackles-------| |-Sacks-| |---Pass Def---| |-Fumbles-| Blkd DEFENSE GP UA AS Tot TFL/Yds No-Yds Int-Yds BrUp QBH Rv-Yds FF Kk Saf 7 Smith, Will....................................................................................................... 6 27 11 38 3.5-14 3-12 . 1 2 0-9 . . . 1A Awe, Micah...................................................................................................... 6 23 8 31 1.5-5 1-4 . 1 . . . . . 5 Porter, Tre’........................................................................................................ 6 25 5 30 . . . 1 . . 1 . . 91 Hyder, Kerry..................................................................................................... 6 20 7 27 9.0-30 2-9 . . 4 1-0 2 . . 13 Eguavoen, Sam................................................................................................ 6 18 7 25 3.0-9 1-3 . 1 3 . . . . 10 Robertson, Pete............................................................................................... 6 12 12 24 4.0-13 1-4 1-0 3 1 . . . . 29 Falemi, Ola....................................................................................................... 6 19 2 21 . . . 2 . . . . . 24 Jones, Bruce..................................................................................................... 6 16 2 18 3.0-5 . . 6 . . 1 . . 1 Bullitt, Terr....................................................................................................... 6 17 1 18 2.0-5 2-4 . 9 1 1-0 . . . 3 Gaines, J.J........................................................................................................ 5 13 3 16 . . 2-59 . . . . . . 9 Jackson, Bran................................................................................................... 6 10 6 16 5.0-25 2-17 . 1 . . . . . 20 Jacobson, Tan................................................................................................... 6 13 3 16 . . . 1 . . . . . 30 Stewart, Austin................................................................................................ 6 15 1 16 3.0-16 2-15 . 3 . . 1 . . 54 Bush, Dartwan................................................................................................. 6 11 2 13 2.0-9 1-4 . 1 3 . 1 . . 15 Ward, Keenon.................................................................................................. 6 9 2 11 . . . . . . 1 . . 25 Dees, Blake...................................................................................................... 5 8 2 10 2.0-6 . . . . . . . . 2A Ross, Andre...................................................................................................... 5 7 1 8 1.0-9 1-9 . 2 . . . . . 51 Alston, Deme................................................................................................... 6 6 1 7 . . . . . . . . . 43 Richards, Jack.................................................................................................. 6 5 1 6 2.0-10 1-8 1-20 1 1 2-21 1 . . 9A Corker, Shawn.................................................................................................. 6 5 . 5 . . . . . . . . . 41 Jenkins, Malik.................................................................................................. 6 5 . 5 1.0-1 1-1 . 1 . . . . . 38 Hogue, Summitt.............................................................................................. 6 4 1 5 1.0-1 . . . . . . . . 92 Ofor, Bennett................................................................................................... 4 3 . 3 1.0-3 . . . . . . . . 34 Williams, Kenny............................................................................................... 6 3 . 3 . . . . . . . . . 50 Scalzi, Tyler...................................................................................................... 2 3 . 3 1.0-1 . . . . . . . . 3A Polite-Bray, DJ................................................................................................. 4 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . . 23 Reynolds, Jere.................................................................................................. 4 2 . 2 . . . 1 . . . . . 12 Barnes, Zach.................................................................................................... 5 2 . 2 . . . . . 1-3 . . . 96 Wesley, Dennell............................................................................................... 6 1 1 2 1.0-1 . . 2 . . . . . 2C White, John..................................................................................................... 3 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . . 3B Esiaba, Bobby.................................................................................................. 4 1 1 2 . . . . . . . . . 4A Mays, Derrick................................................................................................... 4 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . . 27 Winbush, Zach................................................................................................. 4 2 . 2 . . 1-63 . . 1-0 . . . 46 Knighton, Chris................................................................................................ 6 1 1 2 . . . . . . . . . 26 Erxleben, Ryan................................................................................................. 6 1 1 2 . . . . . . . . . 36 Nguema, Thierry.............................................................................................. 4 1 . 1 . . . 1 . . . . . 17 Paul, Dee.......................................................................................................... 3 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 62 Clark, Le’Raven................................................................................................ 6 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 1D Newbold, LaDar............................................................................................... 2 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 94 Phillips, Don.................................................................................................... 1 1 . 1 1.0-1 . . . . . . . . 87 Fisher, Aaron.................................................................................................... 3 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 14 Cantrell, Dylan................................................................................................. 4 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 21 Washington, De............................................................................................... 6 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 42 Symmank, Taylor............................................................................................. 6 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 45 Fyfe, Kramer.................................................................................................... 5 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 22 Amaro, Jace..................................................................................................... 6 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . TM TEAM............................................................................................................... 3 . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Total.....................................................................................................6 322 84 406 47-164 16-90 5-142 38 15 6-33 8 . 1 Opponents............................................................................................6 - - - - 12-87 10-39 33 3 4-0 7 . .

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2013 Texas Tech Football GAME-BY-GAME STARTERS OFFENSIVE STARTERS GAME LT LG C SMU Clark Morales Kaster SFA Clark Morales Kaster TCU Clark Morales Kaster Texas State Clark Morales Kaster Kansas Clark Polk Kaster Iowa State Clark Polk Kaster West Virginia Oklahoma Oklahoma State Kansas State Baylor Texas DEFENSIVE STARTERS GAME SMU SFA TCU Texas State Kansas Iowa State West Virginia Oklahoma Oklahoma State Kansas State Baylor Texas

RG Carpenter Polk Polk Polk Carpenter Carpenter

RT QB Fortenberry Mayfield Fortenberry Mayfield Fortenberry Mayfield Fortenberry Mayfield Fortenberry Mayfield Fortenberry Webb

DE NT DT BANDIT Bush Hyder Jackson Robertson Bush Hyder Jackson Robertson Jackson Hyder Richards Robertson Jackson Hyder Richards Robertson Bush Hyder Jackson Robertson Bush Hyder Jackson Robertson

RAIDER Bullitt Bullitt Bullitt Bullitt Bullitt Bullitt

RB Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Foster

RB Foster - Foster - - Washington

MIKE WILL Eguavoen Smith Eguavoen Smith Eguavoen Smith Eguavoen Smith Eguavoen Smith Eguavoen Smith

IR - Amaro - Amaro Amaro Amaro

IR Davis Grant Amaro Grant Grant -

BC FS Jones Porter Jones Porter Jones Porter Jones Porter Jones Porter Jones Porter

WR WR Marquez Ward Marquez Ward Marquez Ward Marquez Ward Marquez Edwards Marquez Ward

SS Gaines Gaines Gaines Jacobson Gaines Gaines

FC Falemi Falemi Falemi Falemi Falemi Falemi

GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS GAME

SCORE

FIRST DNS TOT

FIRST DOWNS RUSHING PASSING RU-PA-PE NO-YDS-TD C-A-I

PENALTIES 3RD NO-YDS DNS

TIMEOF POSS

Texas Tech SMU

41 23

31 31

3-24-4 6-21-4

27-48-1 43-60-0 413 31-102-2 41-62-0 388

4 0

87-461 6-43.0 3-0 93-490 7-44.7 2-0

8-80 9-94

10-18 7-19

28:37 31:23

SFA Texas Tech

13 61

16 35

3-10-3 11-20-4

32-69-0 37-237-4

2 4

76-356 84-731

10-84 10-106

5-18 8-12

32:13 27:47

TCU Texas Tech

10 20

23 16

12-9-2 5-11-0

44-207-1 23-28-2 194 26-43-0 24-45-3 293

0 2

82-401 7-37.0 1-0 71-336 6-47.2 1-0

13-115 3-16 10-89 6-17

35:46 24:14

Texas State Texas Tech

7 33

11 23

6-5-0 7-16-0

37-107-1 33-118-0

0 2

68-240 96-552

5-20 8-65

32:43 27:17

Texas Tech Kansas

54 16

31 15

6-21-4 6-7-2

43-114-4 36-57-1 404 37-51-0 18-35-1 220

2 2

100-518 5-45.6 3-0 72-271 8-43.4 4-3

9-76 10-21 12-81 3-16

31:31 28:29

Iowa State Texas Tech

35 42

18 36

9-9-0 14-22-0

39-143-3 45-251-3

1 3

78-311 101-666

6-35 4-30

29:44 30:16

26-44-1 37-47-2

15-31-1 33-63-3

15-39-0 35-56-1

YDS

TD

287 494

133 434

168 415

TOT OFF PL-YDS

PUNTS NO-AVG

9-48.4 3-48.0

8-348 4-134

11-47.5 7-42.4

FUM F-L

3-1 3-2

3-2 3-0

0-0 3-2

5-16 11-21

5-18 5-16

Texas Tech West Virginia Texas Tech Oklahoma Oklahoma State Texas Tech Kansas State Texas Tech Texas Tech Baylor Texas Tech Texas

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2013 Texas Tech Football GAME-BY GAME STATISTICS - INDIVIDUAL RUSHING Rush-Yds/TD SMU SFA TCU TXST KU ISU WVU OU OSU KSU BU UT Brewer - - - - 1-(-6)/0 Foster - 1-2/0 - - 3-34/0 9-87/1 Grant 2-16/0 2-15/0 - 2-11/0 1-11/0 1-0/0 Hall - 2-20/0 - - 2-12/0 Mayfield 12-16/1 9-66/0 12-10/0 6-4/0 6-23/1 Washington 4-9/0 8-37/1 8-19/0 10/38/0 10-16/2 13-88/1 Webb - - - 3-14/0 - 5-(-4)/0 White, Q. - 5-71/1 - 4-34/0 4-25/0 Williams, K. 9-7/07 7-36/2 5-16/0 8-17/0 12-42/1 17-80/1 RECEIVING Rec-Yds/TD SMU SFA TCU TXST KU ISU WVU OU OSU KSU BU UT Amaro 3-42/0 8-142/1 9-97/0 9-86/0 9-96/0 9-143/0 Cantell - 6-56/0 - - 2-11/1 Corker 1-9/0 - 1-7/0 1-2/0 - Davis, J. 5-70/1 - - 1-6/0 - Davis, R. 1-22/1 1-21/1 1-11/0 1-23/0 - Edwards, D. - - - 3-68/0 2-20/0 Foster 1-7/0 1-11/0 - 2-55/0 5-27/0 2-17/0 Grant 5-38/1 4-77/1 5-38/0 4-59/0 7-92/0 5-90/1 Marquez 6-56/1 2-94/1 3-35/1 6-84/1 2-23/0 6-50/1 Pearson 1-2/0 3-49/0 - - - Polite-Bray - 1-(-1)/0 - - - Ward 13-150/0 3-36/0 - 4-35/1 7-122/1 7-61/1 Williams, K. 4-7/0 - 2-56/1 1-8/0 - 4-41/0 Washington 3-10/0 3-7/0 3-49/0 - 2-13/0 2-13/0

PASSING C-A-I-Yds/TD......... #6 Mayfield #7 Webb #16 Brewer SMU......................43-60-0-413/4 - SFA........................21-30-0-367/3 11-17-2-127/1 TCU........................21-40-3-216/1 3-4-0-77/1 TXST......................14-20-1-124/0 19-43-2-310/2 KU.........................33-51-1-368/0 3-6-0-36/2 ISU.............................................. - 35-56-1-415/3 WVU OU OSU KSU BU UT

FIELD GOALS Made, Missed, Blocked........................... #48 Bustin SMU....................................................................43,27 SFA...........................................................................28 TCU................................................................ 39,49,37 TXST........................................................29,21,27,36 KU....................................................... 32,23,25,28,31 ISU........................................................................... 34 WVU OU OSU KSU BU UT

PUNTING Number-Avg./I20..................... #26 Erxleben #42 Symmank SMU.......................................................... 6-43.0/3 SFA............................................................ 2-49.5/0 1-45.0/1 TCU.......................................................................... 6-47.2/3 TXST........................................................................ 4-33.5/1 KU............................................................. 4-46.5/2 1-42.0/0 ISU............................................................ 7-43.4/0 WVU OU OSU KSU BU UT

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2013 Texas Tech Football TACKLES

UT-AT-TT SMU SFA TCU TXST KU ISU WVU OU OSU KSU BU UT Alston, Deme. - 1-1-2 1-0-1 1-0-1 2-0-2 1-0-1 Amaro, Jace - - - 1-0-1 - Awe, Micah 4-3-7 7-1-8 4-2-6 3-0-3 2-2-4 3-0-3 Barnes, Zach - 1-0-1 - - 1-0-1 Bullitt, Terr. 6-1-7 - 6-0-6 3-0-3 1-0-1 1-0-1 Bush, Dartwan 0-1-1 1-0-1 4-0-4 2-0-2 1-1-2 3-0-3 Cantrell, Dylan - - - - 1-0-1 Clark, Le’Raven - - - - - 1-0-1 Corker, Shawn - - 1-0-1 - 3-0-3 1-0-1 Dees, Blake - 1-0-1 1-1-2 6-0-6 0-1-1 Eguavoen, Sam 3-2-5 - 6-2-8 1-0-1 3-3-6 5-0-5 Erxleben, Ryan 0-1-1 - - - - 1-0-1 Esiaba, Bobby - - - - 1-1-2 Falemi, Ola 7-0-0 2-0-2 4-0-4 0-1-1 5-0-5 1-1-2 Fisher, Aaron - - - - 0-1-1 Fyfe, Kramer - - - - 0-1-1 Gaines, J.J. 3-0-3 1-0-1 6-1-7 - 2-2-4 1-0-1 Hogue, Summitt 0-1-1 2-0-2 - 1-0-1 1-0-1 Hyder, Kerry 3-2-5 1-0-1 4-1-5 1-1-2 3-2-5 8-1-9 Jacobson, Tan. 1-0-1 2-0-2 - 4-2-6 2-0-2 4-1-5 Jackson, Bran. 1-3-4 0-1-1 2-1-3 1-0-1 2-0-2 4-1-5 Jenkins, Malik 1-0-2 4-0-4 - - Jones, Bruce 2-0-2 - 5-0-5 4-0-4 1-1-2 4-1-5 Knighton, Chris 0-1-1 - - 1-0-1 - Mays, Derrick 1-0-1 1-0-1 - - - Newbold, LaDar. - - - 1-0-1 - Nguema, Thierry 1-0-1 - - - - Ofor, Bennett - 3-0-3 - - - Paul, Dee - 1-0-1 - - - Phillips, Don. - 1-0-1 - - - Polite-Bray, DJ - 1-0-1 - - 1-0-1 Porter, Tre’ 5-2-7 6-0-6 9-0-9 2-1-3 0-1-1 3-1-4 Reynolds, Jere. - 2-0-2 - - - Richards, Jack. 0-1-1 - - 1-0-1 4-0-4 Robertson, Pete 3-5-8 2-1-3 5-1-6 2-2-4 0-3-3 Ross, Andre 2-1-3 4-0-4 - 1-0-1 - Scalzi, Tyler - 3-0-3 - - - Smith, Will 4-3-7 2-0-2 5-4-9 7-2-9 5-1-6 6-0-6 Stewart, Austin 7-1-8 2-0-2 - - 3-0-3 3-0-3 Symmank, Taylor - - - - 1-0-1 Ward, Keenon - - - - - 1-0-1 Washington, De. - - - 1-0-1 - Williams, Ke. - - - 1-0-1 2-0-2 Winbush, Zach - - - - - Ward, Keenon 1-0-1 2-0-2 - 2-0-2 3-2-5 Wesley, Dennell - - 0-1-1 - 2-0-2 1-0-1 White, John - 2-0-2 - - - -

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2013 Texas Tech Football SUPERLATIVES (GAME-HIGHS) INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

Rushes..........................................17.................................................................... Williams, Kenny vs Iowa State (Oct 12, 2013) Yards Rushing................................88................................................................... Washington, De. vs Iowa State (Oct 12, 2013) TD Rushes.....................................2..........................................................Williams, Kenny vs Stephen F. Austin (Sep 07, 2013) ................................................................................................................................. Washington, De. at Kansas (Oct 05, 2013) Long Rush.....................................38.......................................................... White, Quinton vs Stephen F. Austin (Sep 07, 2013) ............................................................................................................................... Foster, SaDale vs Iowa State (Oct 12, 2013) Pass attempts................................60............................................................................. Mayfield, Baker at SMU (Aug 30, 2013) Pass completions..........................43............................................................................. Mayfield, Baker at SMU (Aug 30, 2013) Yards Passing.................................415........................................................................ Webb, Davis vs Iowa State (Oct 12, 2013) TD Passes......................................4.............................................................................. Mayfield, Baker at SMU (Aug 30, 2013) Long Pass......................................60..........................................................Mayfield, Baker vs Stephen F. Austin (Sep 07, 2013) Receptions....................................13...................................................................................... Ward, Eric at SMU (Aug 30, 2013) Yards Receiving.............................150.................................................................................... Ward, Eric at SMU (Aug 30, 2013) TD Receptions...............................1........................................................................................................................... by several Long Reception.............................60........................................................... Marquez, Brad vs Stephen F. Austin (Sep 07, 2013) Field Goals.....................................4......................................................................... Bustin, Ryan vs Texas State (Sep 21, 2013) ........................................................................................................................................Bustin, Ryan at Kansas (Oct 05, 2013) Long Field Goal.............................43..................................................................................Bustin, Ryan at SMU (Aug 30, 2013) Punts.............................................7.......................................................................Erxleben, Ryan vs Iowa State (Oct 12, 2013) Punting Avg..................................49.5........................................................Erxleben, Ryan vs Stephen F. Austin (Sep 07, 2013) Long Punt.....................................60.............................................................................Symmank, Taylor vs TCU (Sep 12, 2013) Punts inside 20..............................3............................................................................... Erxleben, Ryan at SMU (Aug 30, 2013) .....................................................................................................................................Symmank, Taylor vs TCU (Sep 12, 2013) Long Punt Return..........................35..........................................................Thompson, Car. vs Stephen F. Austin (Sep 07, 2013) Long Kickoff Return.......................73..........................................................Thompson, Car. vs Stephen F. Austin (Sep 07, 2013) Tackles..........................................9........................................................................................ Porter, Tre’ vs TCU (Sep 12, 2013) .............................................................................................................................................. Smith, Will vs TCU (Sep 12, 2013) .................................................................................................................................. Hyder, Kerry vs Iowa State (Oct 12, 2013) Sacks.............................................2.0....................................................................................Smith, Will at SMU (Aug 30, 2013) Tackles For Loss.............................2.5..................................................................................Hyder, Kerry at SMU (Aug 30, 2013) ........................................................................................................................................Hyder, Kerry at Kansas (Oct 05, 2013) ...............................................................................................................................Jackson, Bran. vs Iowa State (Oct 12, 2013) Interceptions.................................1............................................................Winbush, Zach vs Stephen F. Austin (Sep 07, 2013) ...............................................................................................................................................Gaines, J.J. vs TCU (Sep 12, 2013) .........................................................................................................................................Richards, Jack. vs TCU (Sep 12, 2013) ...........................................................................................................................Robertson, Pete vs Texas State (Sep 21, 2013) .......................................................................................................................................... Gaines, J.J. at Kansas (Oct 05, 2013)

Rushes..........................................20..............................................................................Boykin, Trevone, vs TCU (Sep 12, 2013) Yards Rushing................................103.................................................................... Lowe, Robert, vs Texas State (Sep 21, 2013) TD Rushes.....................................1......................................................................................GILBERT,G, at SMU (Aug 30, 2013) ........................................................................................................................................LINE,Prescott, at SMU (Aug 30, 2013) ........................................................................................................................................... Catalon, B.J., vs TCU (Sep 12, 2013) .............................................................................................................................. Lowe, Robert, vs Texas State (Sep 21, 2013) ..........................................................................................................................Wimberly, Aaron, vs Iowa State (Oct 12, 2013) ...................................................................................................................................Johnson, S., vs Iowa State (Oct 12, 2013) .................................................................................................................................. Woody, Jeff, vs Iowa State (Oct 12, 2013) Long Rush.....................................49...................................................................... Lowe, Robert, vs Texas State (Sep 21, 2013) Pass attempts................................62.....................................................................................GILBERT,G, at SMU (Aug 30, 2013) Pass completions..........................41.....................................................................................GILBERT,G, at SMU (Aug 30, 2013) Yards Passing.................................388...................................................................................GILBERT,G, at SMU (Aug 30, 2013) TD Passes......................................1..................................................................Boyd, Tyler, vs Stephen F. Austin (Sep 07, 2013) ......................................................................................................................Minden, Joe, vs Stephen F. Austin (Sep 07, 2013) ..............................................................................................................................Cumming,Michael, at Kansas (Oct 05, 2013) .........................................................................................................................................Heaps,Jake, at Kansas (Oct 05, 2013) ............................................................................................................................. Richardson, SB, vs Iowa State (Oct 12, 2013) Long Pass......................................75.................................................................Boyd, Tyler, vs Stephen F. Austin (Sep 07, 2013) Receptions....................................12..........................................................................JOHNSON,Jeremy, at SMU (Aug 30, 2013) Yards Receiving.............................131........................................................................JOHNSON,Jeremy, at SMU (Aug 30, 2013) TD Receptions...............................1.............................................................. Brooks, Mike, vs Stephen F. Austin (Sep 07, 2013) ................................................................................................................Mosley, Marquis, vs Stephen F. Austin (Sep 07, 2013) ...............................................................................................................................Mundine,Jimmay, at Kansas (Oct 05, 2013) ...................................................................................................................................Turzilli,Andrew, at Kansas (Oct 05, 2013) .....................................................................................................................................Bibbs, E.J., vs Iowa State (Oct 12, 2013) Long Reception.............................75............................................................. Brooks, Mike, vs Stephen F. Austin (Sep 07, 2013) Field Goals.....................................3.................................................................................HOVER,Chase, at SMU (Aug 30, 2013) Long Field Goal.............................51................................................................................HOVER,Chase, at SMU (Aug 30, 2013) Punts.............................................11.................................................................. Van Der Kamp,K., vs Iowa State (Oct 12, 2013) Punting Avg..................................48.4............................................................ Bruno, Nick, vs Stephen F. Austin (Sep 07, 2013) Long Punt.....................................68............................................................... Bruno, Nick, vs Stephen F. Austin (Sep 07, 2013) Punts inside 20..............................4................................................................ Bruno, Nick, vs Stephen F. Austin (Sep 07, 2013) Long Punt Return..........................38..........................................................................West, Jarvis, vs Iowa State (Oct 12, 2013) Long Kickoff Return.......................95..........................................................................West, Jarvis, vs Iowa State (Oct 12, 2013) Tackles..........................................12...........................................................................Johnson,Isaiah, at Kansas (Oct 05, 2013) ....................................................................................................................................... Heeney,Ben, at Kansas (Oct 05, 2013) ............................................................................................................................. Washington, J., vs Iowa State (Oct 12, 2013) Sacks.............................................2.0..................................................................................POPE,Kevin, at SMU (Aug 30, 2013) Tackles For Loss.............................2.5..................................................................................POPE,Kevin, at SMU (Aug 30, 2013) Interceptions.................................1........................................................................................................................... by several

TEAM GAME HIGHS Rushes..........................................45.............................................................................................. vs Iowa State (Oct 12, 2013) Yards Rushing................................251............................................................................................ vs Iowa State (Oct 12, 2013) Yards Per Rush...............................6.4..................................................................................vs Stephen F. Austin (Sep 07, 2013) TD Rushes.....................................4....................................................................................vs Stephen F. Austin (Sep 07, 2013) ............................................................................................................................................................at Kansas (Oct 05, 2013) Pass attempts................................63.............................................................................................vs Texas State (Sep 21, 2013) Pass completions..........................43.......................................................................................................at SMU (Aug 30, 2013) Yards Passing.................................494.................................................................................vs Stephen F. Austin (Sep 07, 2013) Yards Per Pass................................10.5................................................................................vs Stephen F. Austin (Sep 07, 2013) TD Passes......................................4........................................................................................................at SMU (Aug 30, 2013) ...........................................................................................................................................vs Stephen F. Austin (Sep 07, 2013) Total Plays.....................................101............................................................................................ vs Iowa State (Oct 12, 2013) Total Offense.................................731.................................................................................vs Stephen F. Austin (Sep 07, 2013) Yards Per Play................................8.7..................................................................................vs Stephen F. Austin (Sep 07, 2013) Points............................................61...................................................................................vs Stephen F. Austin (Sep 07, 2013) Sacks By........................................5........................................................................................................at SMU (Aug 30, 2013) ............................................................................................................................................................at Kansas (Oct 05, 2013) First Downs...................................36.............................................................................................. vs Iowa State (Oct 12, 2013) Penalties.......................................10...................................................................................vs Stephen F. Austin (Sep 07, 2013) ................................................................................................................................................................ vs TCU (Sep 12, 2013) Penalty Yards.................................106.................................................................................vs Stephen F. Austin (Sep 07, 2013) Turnovers......................................4....................................................................................vs Stephen F. Austin (Sep 07, 2013) Interceptions By............................2......................................................................................................... vs TCU (Sep 12, 2013) Punts.............................................7............................................................................................... vs Iowa State (Oct 12, 2013) Punting Avg..................................48.0................................................................................vs Stephen F. Austin (Sep 07, 2013) Long Punt.....................................60........................................................................................................ vs TCU (Sep 12, 2013) Punts inside 20..............................3........................................................................................................at SMU (Aug 30, 2013) ................................................................................................................................................................ vs TCU (Sep 12, 2013) Long Punt Return..........................35...................................................................................vs Stephen F. Austin (Sep 07, 2013)

OPPONENT TEAM GAME HIGHS Rushes..........................................44........................................................................................................ vs TCU (Sep 12, 2013) Yards Rushing................................207...................................................................................................... vs TCU (Sep 12, 2013) Yards Per Rush...............................4.7....................................................................................................... vs TCU (Sep 12, 2013) TD Rushes.....................................3............................................................................................... vs Iowa State (Oct 12, 2013) Pass attempts................................62.......................................................................................................at SMU (Aug 30, 2013) Pass completions..........................41.......................................................................................................at SMU (Aug 30, 2013) Yards Passing.................................388.....................................................................................................at SMU (Aug 30, 2013) Yards Per Pass................................6.5..................................................................................vs Stephen F. Austin (Sep 07, 2013) TD Passes......................................2....................................................................................vs Stephen F. Austin (Sep 07, 2013) ............................................................................................................................................................at Kansas (Oct 05, 2013) Total Plays.....................................93.......................................................................................................at SMU (Aug 30, 2013) Total Offense.................................490.....................................................................................................at SMU (Aug 30, 2013) Yards Per Play................................5.3......................................................................................................at SMU (Aug 30, 2013) Points............................................35.............................................................................................. vs Iowa State (Oct 12, 2013) Sacks By........................................4........................................................................................................at SMU (Aug 30, 2013) ................................................................................................................................................................ vs TCU (Sep 12, 2013) First Downs...................................31.......................................................................................................at SMU (Aug 30, 2013) Penalties.......................................13........................................................................................................ vs TCU (Sep 12, 2013) Penalty Yards.................................115...................................................................................................... vs TCU (Sep 12, 2013) Turnovers......................................4.....................................................................................................at Kansas (Oct 05, 2013) Interceptions By............................3......................................................................................................... vs TCU (Sep 12, 2013) .....................................................................................................................................................vs Texas State (Sep 21, 2013) Punts.............................................11.............................................................................................. vs Iowa State (Oct 12, 2013) Punting Avg..................................48.4................................................................................vs Stephen F. Austin (Sep 07, 2013) Long Punt.....................................68...................................................................................vs Stephen F. Austin (Sep 07, 2013) Punts inside 20..............................4....................................................................................vs Stephen F. Austin (Sep 07, 2013) Long Punt Return..........................38.............................................................................................. vs Iowa State (Oct 12, 2013)

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2013 Texas Tech Football LONGEST PLAYS - TEXAS TECH - 25-PLUS YARDS YARDS OPPONENT PLAY/RESULT 60..........................SFA����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������Baker Mayfield 60-yard pass to Bradley Marquez/TD 51..........................TXST.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Davis Webb 51-yard pass to Jakeem Grant/First Down 50..........................TCU........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Baker Mayfield 50-yard pass to Kenny Williams/TD 48..........................TCU...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Davis Webb 48-yard pass to DeAndre Washington/First Down 47..........................SFA�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Baker Mayfield 47-yard pass complete to Jace Amaro/First Down 46..........................TXST................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Davis Webb 46-yard pass to Derreck Edwards/First Down 44..........................TXST..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Davis Webb 44-yard pass to Sadale Foster/First Down 42..........................SFA ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������Baker Mayfield 42-yard pass to Jakeem Grant/TD 39..........................ISU............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Davis Webb 39-yard pass complete to Jace Amaro/First Down 39..........................TXST�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������Davis Webb 39-yard pass to Bradley Marquez/First Down 38..........................ISU............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Sadale Foster 38-yard run/TD 38..........................SFA�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������Quinton White 38-yard run/First Down 37..........................KU................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Baker Mayfield 37-yard pass to Jakeem Grant/First Down 37..........................KU.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Baker Mayfield 37-yard pass to Eric Ward/First Down 37..........................SFA�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������Jakeem Grant 37-yard kickoff return/First Down 36..........................KU.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. J.J. Gaines 36-yard interception return/First Down 34..........................SFA............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Baker Mayfield 34-yard pass to Bradley Marquez/First Down 33..........................ISU.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Davis Webb 33-yard pass to Jakeem Grant/TD 33..........................SMU...............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Baker Mayfield 33-yard pass to Jordan Davis/TD 32 .........................SMU................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Baker Mayfield 32-yard pass to Jakeem Grant/First Down 31..........................TCU.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Baker Mayfield 31-yard pass to Jace Amaro/First Down 30..........................SMU....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Baker Mayfield 30-yard pass to Eric Ward/First Down 28..........................ISU........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Davis Webb 28-yard pass to Jace Amaro/First Down 27..........................SFA................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Davis Webb 27-yard pass to Brad Pearson/Fumble recovered by SFA 25..........................KU����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Davis Webb 25-yard pass to Eric Ward/TD 25..........................SFA�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������Baker Mayfield 25-yard pass to Jace Amaro/TD

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2013 Texas Tech Football LONGEST PLAYS - OPPONENT - 25-PLUS YARDS YARDS OPPONENT PLAY/RESULT 95..........................ISU................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Jarvis West 95-yard kickoff return/TD 80..........................SFA...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Tyler Boyd 80-yard pass to Mike Brooks/TD 51..........................SMU............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Garrett Gilbert 51-yard pass to Jeremy Johnson/First Down 49..........................TXST..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Robert Lowe 49-yard run/TD 39..........................KU..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Jake Heaps 39-yard pass to Tony Pierson/First Down 38..........................ISU................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Jarvis West 38-yard punt return/First 38..........................ISU...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Sam Richardson 38-yard run/First Down 35..........................KU............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................JaCorey Shepher 35-yard kickoff return/First Down 35..........................TXST......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Tyler Arndt 35-yard pass to Isaiah Battle/First Down 31..........................SMU............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Garrett Gilbert 31-yard pass to Darius Joseph/First Down 30..........................KU................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Darrian Miller 30-yard kickoff return/First Down 30..........................TCU........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Trevone Boykin 30-yard run/First Down 29..........................KU........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Darrian Miller 29-yard return/First Down 29..........................KU............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Jacorey Shepher 29-yard kickoff return/First Down 28..........................KU........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Michael Cumming 28-yard pass to Andrew Turzilli/TD 28..........................KU..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Jake Heaps 28-yard pass to Tony Pierson/First Down 27..........................SMU............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Garrett Gilbert 27-yard pass to Jeremy Johnson/First Down 26..........................KU................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Darrien Miller 26-yard run/First Down 25..........................KU...............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Jake Heaps 25-yard pass to Jimmay Mundine/TD 25..........................KU..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Jake Heaps 25-yard pass to Tony Pierson/First Down 25..........................SMU............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Garrett Giblert 25-yard pass to Kennan Holman/First Down

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2013 Texas Tech Football SCORING DRIVES TEXAS TECH Opponent ISU ISU ISU ISU ISU ISU KU KU KU KU KU KU KU KU KU KU TXST TXST TXST TXST TXST TXST TCU TCU TCU TCU SFA SFA SFA SFA SFA SFA SFA SFA SFA SMU SMU SMU SMU SMU SMU SMU

OPPONENTS

No. of Total Plays Yards 6 80 5 69 11 77 11 86 11 77 11 80 3 6 4 7 5 50 9 51 12 80 14 71 1 8 9 68 2 16 8 42 8 63 6 24 9 75 5 44 12 70 12 58 5 15 9 75 6 28 6 75 3 66 1 5 12 96 7 46 6 94 2 26 12 77 8 59 3 63 5 43 7 70 11 78 13 80 6 72 10 64 14 49

Drive Type of Time Score 1:44 TD 1:31 TD 2:58 TD 2:44 TD 3:22 TD 3:39 TD 1:00 TD :40 FG 1:15 TD 1:53 FG 2:32 TD 3:30 FG :04 TD 3:08 FG :42 TD 2:22 TD 1:11 FG 1:57 TD 2:12 FG 1:17 TD 2:57 FG 4:11 FG 0:38 FG 2:40 TD 2:26 FG 1:09 TD 0:44 TD 0:19 TD 3:45 TD 1:31 FG 2:08 TD 0:29 TD 4:28 TD 2:36 TD :52 TD 1:19 TD 2:28 TD 2:59 TD 3:23 TD 1:51 TD 3:16 FG 4:37 FG

Score Qtr/Time 4th/5:30 4th/12:06 3rd/7:01 2nd/6:26 1st/1:25 1st/6:31 4th/10:30 4th/12:16 4th/14:49 3rd/11:46 3rd/7:51 2nd/11:20 3rd/14:42 2nd/0:00 2nd/5:13 2nd/7:46 4th/9:32 4th/12:57 3rd/6:42 3rd/11:38 2nd/:20 1st/10:49 4th/2:43 4th/3:48 1st/3:16 1st/13:51 3rd/2:05 3rd/8:08 2nd/0:27 2nd/6:00 2nd/8:14 1st/3:44 1st/4:27 1st/9:08 1st/14:08 4th/2:40 4th/5:50 4th/10:05 3rd/7:53 2nd/1:01 2nd/13:34 1st/10:23

Drive Start H20 H31 H23 H14 H23 H20 H06 H21 V50 V38 V20 V23 H08 V24 H16 H42 H18 V24 H15 V44 H26 H30 H35 H25 H50 H25 H34 V05 H04 H43 H06 V26 H23 H41 H37 V43 H30 H22 H20 H28 H25 H25

Scoring Play Sadale Foster 38-yard run De. Washington 12-yard run Davis Webb 12-yard pass to Bradley Marquez Kenny Williams 1-yard run Davis Webb 4-yard pass to Eric Ward Davis Webb 33-yard pass to Jakeem Grant Davis Webb 4-yard pass to Dylan Cantrell Ryan Bustin 31-yard FG David Webb 25-yard pass to Eric Ward Ryan Bustin 28-yard FG DeAndre Washington 5-yard run Ryan Bustin 23-yard FG DeAndre Washington 4-yard run Ryan Bustin 25-yard FG Baker Mayfield 19-yard run Kenny Williams 1-yard run Ryan Bustin 36-yard FG Davis Webb 10-yard pass to Bradley Marquez Ryan Bustin 27-yard FG Davis Webb 4-yard pass to Eric Ward Ryan Bustin 21-yard FG Ryan Bustin 29-yard FG Ryan Bustin 37-yard FG Davis Webb 19-yard pass to Bradley Marquez Ryan Bustin 39-yard FG Baker Mayfield 50-yard pass to Kenny Williams David Webb 23-yard pass to Reginald Davis Quinton White 5-yard run DeAndre Washington 2-yard run Ryan Bustin 28-yard FG Baker Mayfield 60-yard pass to B. Marquez Kenny Williams 18-yard run Baker Mayfield 25-yard pass to Jace Amaro Kenny Williams 1-yard run Baker Mayfield 42-yard pass to Jakeem Grant Baker Mayfield 22-yard pass to Reginald Davis Baker Mayfield 3-yard pass to Jakeem Grant Baker Mayfield 11-yard run Baker Mayfield 20-yard pass to B. Marquez Baker Mayfield 33-yard pass to Jordan Davis Ryan Bustin 27-yard field goal Ryan Bustin 43-yard FG

Opponent ISU ISU ISU ISU KU KU KU TXST TCU TCU SFA SFA SMU SMU SMU SMU SMU

No. of Total Plays Yards 13 80 2 20 8 75 5 33 6 77 9 79 5 25 5 75 9 69 10 48 9 99 1 75 6 75 8 81 6 41 5 45 14 72

Drive Type of Score Time Score Qtr/Time 3:36 TD 4th/1:54 :16 TD 4th/10:40 3:29 TD 2nd/2:57 1:56 TD 2nd/9:10 2:40 TD 4th/7:43 4:03 TD 1st/7:18 1:46 FG 1st/12:13 2:05 TD 3rd/12:55 4:52 TD 4th/6:28 3:40 FG 3rd/6:11 5:03 TD 4th/7:30 0:13 TD 1st/8:55 1:35 TD 4th/1:35 2:09 TD 3rd/5:53 1:01 FG 2nd/0:00 1:40 FG 2nd/5:24 5:03 FG 1st 5:15

Drive Scoring Start Play V20 Sam Richardson 16-yard pass to E.J. Bibbs H20 Sam Johnson 3-yard run V25 Jeff Woody 3-yard run V33 Aaron Wimberly 4-yard run H23 Michael Cummings 28-yard pass to Turzilli, A. H21 Jake Heaps 25-yard pass to Jimmay Mundine V44 Matthew Wyman 36-yard field FG V25 Robert Lowe 49-yard run V31 B.J. Catalon 17-yard run V32 Jaden Oberkrom 37-yard field goal V1 Joe Minden 36-yard pass to M. Mosely V25 Tyler Boyd 75-yard pass to Mike Brooks V25 Prescott Line 2-yard run V19 Garret Gilbert 23-yard run V25 Chase Hoover 51-yard FG V39 Chase Hover 34-yard FG V18 Chase Hover 27-yard FG

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

TEXAS TECH’S QUICKEST DRIVES OF THE YEAR

Opponent SFA SFA ISU SMU ISU SFA ISU ISU

Opponent KU SFA SFA TCU KU KU

No. of Plays 12 6 11 13 11 12 11 11

Total Yards 96 94 86 80 80 77 77 77

Drive Type of Time Score 3:45 TD 2:08 TD 2:44 TD 3:23 TD 3:39 TD 4:28 TD 2:58 TD 3:22 TD

Score Qtr/Time 2nd/0:27 2nd/8:14 2nd/6:26 3rd/7:53 1st/6:31 1st/4:27 3rd/7:01 1st/1:25

Drive Scoring Start Play T04 DeAndre Washington 2-yard run T06 Baker Mayfield 60-yard pass to B. Marquez H14 Kenny Williams 1-yard run T20 Baker Mayfield 20-yard pass to B. Marquez H20 Davis Webb 33-yard pass to Jakeem Grant T23 Baker Mayfield 25-yard pass to Jace Amaro H23 Davis Webb 12-yard pass to Bradley Marquez H23 Davis Webb 4-yard pass to Eric Ward

No. of Total Plays Yards 1 8 1 5 2 26 5 15 4 7 2 16

Drive Type of Time Score :04 TD 0:19 TD 0:29 TD 0:38 FG :40 FG :42 TD

Score Qtr/Time 3rd/14:42 3rd/8:08 1st/3:44 4th/2:43 4th/12:16 2nd/5:13

Drive Start H08 S05 S26 T35 H21 H16

Scoring Play DeAndre Washington 4-yard run Quinton White 5-yard run Kenny Williams 18-yard run Ryan Bustin 37-yard field goal Ryan Bustin 31-yard FG Baker Mayfield 19-yard run

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2013 Texas Tech Football GAME RECAPS GAME ONE • Texas Tech 41, SMU 23 SCORE BY QUARTERS Texas Tech SMU

Ford Stadium (34,790 Attendance) August 30, 2013

GAME TWO • Texas Tech 61, Stephen F. Austin 13 1 2 3 4 FINAL 3 10 7 21 41 3 6 7 7 23

DALLAS, Texas - Baker Mayfield, believed to be the first walk-on true freshman quarterback to start a season opener for a BCS school, threw for 413 yards and four touchdowns while running for another score as Texas Tech beat SMU 41-23 on Friday night. It was quite a debut for the 18-year-old Mayfield and new Texas Tech coach Kliff Kingsbury, the former Red Raiders quarterback and at 34 the youngest coach at a BCS school. Mayfield, who completed 43 of 60 passes, made a nifty cut to avoid a defender on his 11-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter before throwing two TDs in the final 6 minutes - 3 yards to Jakeem Grant and 22 yards to Reginald Davis, who caught the pass near the line of scrimmage on the right side and ran across the field, breaking two tackles before scoring. Texas Tech has won 15 games in a row against its former Southwest Conference rival. SMU has lost 17 in a row against Big 12 teams since a win over Kansas in the 2000 opener that was the first game played in its current stadium. With presumed starter Michael Brewer dealing with a back issue, the Red Raiders knew they would be starting a freshman in an opener for the first time in school history. When Mayfield started ahead of Davis Webb, the appearance was even more historic. Mayfield certainly seemed at ease under the Friday night lights - just like the past two seasons as a starter at Lake Travis High School in Austin, Texas, while winning a state championship. The 43 completions were the most by a Texas Tech quarterback in his career start. That is the same high school where SMU’s Garrett Gilbert won two state titles. Gilbert, starting his second season as a graduate student at SMU, completed 41 of 62 passes for 388 yards. He scrambled 23 yards for a touchdown with 5 1/2 minutes left in the third quarter, but the Mustangs didn’t get in the end zone again until Prescott Line’s 2-yard run with 1:05 left in the game. Gilbert transferred to SMU from Texas, where he played in the BCS championship game as a freshman four seasons ago against Alabama when he took over for an injured Colt McCoy. He started all 12 games for the Longhorns in 2010 and got a medical redshirt after starting only two games in 2011 before a shoulder injury. Kingsbury threw for 12,429 yards and 95 TDs in 43 games with the Red Raiders from 1999-2002. Last season, he was Texas A&M’s offensive coordinator with Heisman Trophy-winning freshman quarterback Johnny Manziel. The last time Texas Tech has played a regular season game on a Friday was in 2002, when Kingsbury threw for 407 yards and six touchdowns in a 49-0 win at New Mexico. Both teams had 14-play opening drives that ended with field goals. Baker was 7-of-9 passing for 46 yards on his first series, the last pass a drop by Davis near the 10 that would have been a first down. Baker was sacked on the next play before Ryan Bustin kicked a 43-yard field goal. The Mustangs then got to the 10 before Chase Hover’s 27-yard field goal. Hover also had kicks of 34 and 51 yards before halftime, but was wide right on a 27-yard attempt to end the first drive of the third quarter. After that short miss, Tech drove 80 yards in 13 plays with Mayfield throwing a 10-yard TD to Brad Marquez for a 20-9 lead. TEAM STATISTICS TTU SMU FIRST DOWNS........................................................................ 31 31 NET YARDS RUSHING............................................................. 48 102 NET YARDS PASSING.............................................................. 413 388 Completions-Attempts-Int.................................................. 43-60-0 41-62-0 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS........................................................... 461 490 Total offense plays............................................................... 87 93 Fumbles: Number-Lost.......................................................... 3-0 2-0 Penalties: Number-Yards....................................................... 8-80 9-94 PUNTS-YARDS........................................................................ 6-258 7-313 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD............................................ 3-32-0 4-14-0 Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD............................................ 2-37-0 3-50-0 Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD.............................................. 0-0-0 0-0-0 Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD.......................................... 0-0-0 0-0-0 Possession Time.................................................................... 28:37 31:23 Third-Down Conversions....................................................... 10 of 18 7 of 19 Fourth-Down Conversions..................................................... 0 of 0 1 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances..................................................... 5-5 3-5 Touchdowns........................................................................ 3-5 1-5 Field goals........................................................................... 2-5 2-5 Sacks By: Number-Yards........................................................ 5-24 4-25 SCORING SUMMARY TEAM QTR TIME TTU 1st 10:23 SMU 1st 05:15 TTU 2nd 13:34 SMU 2nd 05:24 TTU 2nd 01:01 SMU 2nd 00:00 TTU 3rd 07:53 SMU 3rd 05:38 TTU 4th 10:05 TTU 4th 05:40 TTU 4th 02:40 SMU 4th 01:05

SCORING PLAY Bustin, Ryan 43 yd field goal HOVER,Chase 27 yd field goal Bustin, Ryan 27 yd field goal HOVER,Chase 34 yd field goal Davis, Jordan 33 yd pass from Mayfield, Baker HOVER,Chase 51 yd field goal Marquez, Brad 10 yd pass from Mayfield, Baker GILBERT,G 23 yd run Mayfield, Baker 11 yd run Grant, Jakeem 3 yd pass from Mayfield, Baker Davis, Reginald 22 yd pass from Mayfield, Baker LINE,Prescott 2 yd run

Jones AT&T Stadium (54,086 Attendance) September 7, 2013

PLAYS-YARDS 14-49 14-72 10-64 5-45 6-72 6-41 13-80 8-81 11-78 7-70 5-43 6-75

SCORE BY QUARTERS SFA Texas Tech

1 2 3 4 FINAL 7 0 0 6 13 28 17 16 0 61

LUBBOCK, Texas - Baker Mayfield threw for three touchdowns and 367 yards -- all in the first half -- and Kenny Williams rushed for two more scores as Texas Tech beat Stephen F. Austin 61-13 on Saturday night. Mayfield, a walk-on freshman, threw TD passes of 42, 25 and 60 yards. He completed 21 of 30 passes. His favorite receiver, Jace Amaro, finished with eight catches for 142 yards and a touchdown. Williams’ scores of 1 and 18 yards came in the first quarter. Stephen F. Austin (0-2) couldn’t keep up with the prolific offense of the Red Raiders (2-0). The closest the Lumberjacks were was 14-7 after 75-yard pass from wide receiver Tyler Boyd to Mike Brooks, who scampered untouched along the sideline for the score. The start of the game was delayed about 45 minutes because of lightning in the area. The Red Raiders offense, which scored on their first four possessions, struck the balance that first-year coach Kliff Kingsbury has been seeking. Texas Tech finished with 731 total yards, rushing for 237 and passing for 494. Jakeem Grant put Texas Tech on the scoreboard first when Mayfield found him in the flat on the near sideline and he ran it in from 42 yards. Amaro, who also didn’t play in the second half, pulled in a 25-yard touchdown when Mayfield found him wide open over the middle at about the 15-yard line and he ran it in untouched to make it 21-7. Bradley Marquez, who finished with 94 yards on two receptions, caught a 60-yard TD pass from Mayfield in the second quarter that helped push the lead to 45-7 at the half. Mayfield adds a dimension to Texas Tech’s offense that it hasn’t had in more than a decade. He rushed for 66 yards on nine carries. On the ensuing kick Carlos Thompson, a true freshman receiver, returned the ball 67 yards to set up a 5-yard score by Quinton White to put the Red Raiders up 54-7. Minden got the only TD for the Lumberjacks in the second half, hitting Marquis Mosley on a 36-yard score midway through the fourth quarter to make it 61-13. SFA was unsuccessful in going for a two-point conversion. Mayfield’s performance in the first quarter was a carryover from his fourth-quarter performance last week in Red Raiders 41-23 win at SMU. In that game he completed 15 of 18 passes for 175 yards and two TDs. His first quarter Saturday night he completed 13 of 15 for 191 yards and two touchdowns. Davis Webb, another true freshman, took over for the Red Raiders in the second half. His first series ended on an interception by Patrick Brown on the Lumberjacks’ 4. Near the end of the third quarter he got his first TD pass, hitting Reginald Davis on a 23-yard scoring strike to put the Red Raiders up 61-7. The Red Raiders, who got just 11 turnovers all last season to finish near the bottom of the nation’s 120 Football Bowl Subdivision schools, came up with their first of the season against the Lumberjacks. A fumble recovery by Jackson Richards in the first quarter led to Williams’ second score. It was the first forced fumble and recovery by the defense since 2011 against Baylor. TEAM STATISTICS SFA TTU FIRST DOWNS........................................................................ 16 35 NET YARDS RUSHING............................................................. 69 237 NET YARDS PASSING.............................................................. 287 494 Completions-Attempts-Int.................................................. 26-44-1 32-47-2 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS........................................................... 356 731 Total offense plays............................................................... 76 84 Fumbles: Number-Lost.......................................................... 3-1 3-2 Penalties: Number-Yards....................................................... 10-84 10-106 PUNTS-YARDS........................................................................ 9-436 3-144 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD............................................ 0-0-0 4-57-0 Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD............................................ 2-41-0 4-147-0 Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD.............................................. 2-0-0 1-63-0 Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD.......................................... 0-0-0 0-0-0 Possession Time.................................................................... 32:13 27:47 Third-Down Conversions....................................................... 5 of 18 8 of 12 Fourth-Down Conversions..................................................... 1 of 4 0 of 0 Red-Zone Scores-Chances..................................................... 0-0 5-6 Touchdowns........................................................................ 0-0 4-6 Field goals........................................................................... 0-0 1-6 Sacks By: Number-Yards........................................................ 0-0 0-0

DRIVE TIME 4:37 5:03 3:16 1:40 1:51 1:01 3:23 2:09 2:59 2:28 1:19 1:35

SCORING SUMMARY TEAM QTR TIME TTU 1st 14:08 TTU 1st 09:08 SFA 1st 08:55 TTU 1st 04:27 TTU 1st 03:44 TTU 2nd 08:14 TTU 2nd 06:00 TTU 2nd 00:27 TTU 3rd 08:27 TTU 3rd 08:08 TTU 3rd 02:05 SFA 4th 07:30

SCORING PLAY Grant, Jakeem 42 yd pass from Mayfield, Baker Williams, Kenny 1 yd run Brooks, Mike 75 yd pass from Boyd, Tyler Amaro, Jace 25 yd pass from Mayfield, Baker Williams, Kenny 18 yd run Marquez, Brad 60 yd pass from Mayfield, Baker Bustin, Ryan 28 yd field goal Washington, De. 2 yd run TEAM safety White, Quinton 5 yd run Davis, Reginald 23 yd pass from Webb, Davis Mosley, Marquis 36 yd pass from Minden, Joe

PLAYS-YARDS 3-63 8-59 1-75 12-77 2-26 6-94 7-46 12-96

DRIVE TIME 0:52 2:36 0:13 4:28 0:29 2:08 1:31 3:45

1-5 3-66 9-99

0:19 0:44 5:03

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2013 Texas Tech Football GAME RECAPS GAME THREE • Texas Tech 20, #24 TCU 10 SCORE BY QUARTERS TCU Texas Tech

Jones AT&T Stadium (58,702 Attendance) September 12, 2013

Jones AT&T Stadium (60,997 Attendance) September 21, 2013

GAME FOUR • #25 Texas Tech 33, Texas State 7 1 2 3 4 FINAL 0 0 3 7 10 10 0 0 10 20

LUBBOCK, Texas - Texas Tech backup quarterback Davis Webb practiced taking snaps and going to his knee in a victory formation along the sideline while his defense was on the field. Webb had just thrown his first touchdown pass, a 19-yarder to Bradley Marquez that broke a tie with 3:48 remaining and sent the Red Raiders to a 20-10 victory over No. 24 TCU on Thursday night. The victory formation wasn’t overconfidence. The freshman had just never won a college football game before. Webb came on after freshman walk-on Baker Mayfield left the game in the fourth quarter with an apparent injury to his left knee or ankle. Texas Tech coach Kliff Kingsbury doesn’t make freshmen available to the media. The score came after the Red Raiders (3-0, 1-0 Big 12) thought they’d scored on a 49-yard TD pass from Webb to DeAndre Washington, but he dropped the ball at the half-yard line. An unsportsmanlike conduct penalty took them back to the TCU 14. Two plays later, Webb

hit Marquez. TCU (1-2, 0-1) scored its only touchdown when B.J. Catalon ran in from 17 yards to make it 10-all with 6:28 remaining. TCU’s Trevone Boykin went 23 for 36 for 194 yards and two interceptions. He rushed for a career-high 101 yards on 20 carries. Mayfield went 21 of 40 for one touchdown and 216 yards. He threw three interceptions. Webb went 3 for 4 for 77 yards and a touchdown. Ryan Bustin made a 37-yard field goal to put the game out of reach with 2:43 remaining. The Horned Frogs had their chances. A 69-punt return for an apparent touchdown by Brandon Carter in the fourth quarter was called back after officials ruled he’d signaled for a fair catch. The Horned Frogs had 13 penalties for 115 yards. Carter had another punt return wiped out -- a 28-yarder in the third quarter on a clipping penalty. Mayfield threw his third interception early in the fourth quarter off a tipped ball and into the hands of Derrick Kindred. But TCU got no points off it when Jaden Oberkrom missed wide right on a 55-yard field goal try. Boykin scrambled for a first down on a 30-yard run to the Red Raiders 32 late in the third quarter, but Jackson Richards intercepted his pass shortly after and returned it 20 yards. Jace Amaro caught nine passes for 97 yards to lead Texas Tech. Eric Ward, the Red Raiders’ leading receiver coming into the game, went without a catch. He was covered most of the night by Jason Verrett, TCU’s standout defensive back. Texas Tech went up 10-0 in the first quarter, but both teams’ second quarters were plagued with penalties and punts by both teams. Mayfield found Kenny Williams in the flat along the near sideline on the Red Raiders’ initial series, and he picked up some blocks and evaded at least one tackler to score a 50-yard touchdown. After the Red Raiders stalled at TCU’s 22 on their third possession, Bustin kicked a 39-yard field goal to put Texas Tech up 10-0. Mayfield threw interceptions in three different quarters, but TCU failed to capitalize on either. Boykin was stymied on the ground and through the air and failed to get the Horned Frogs going.

SCORE BY QUARTERS Texas State Texas Tech

LUBBOCK, TEXAS - Kliff Kingsbury is glad Texas Tech’s defense is stepping up, especially when the Red Raiders’ offense struggled like it did Saturday night. Backup quarterback Davis Webb threw for two touchdowns and 310 yards for Texas Tech. He threw a 4-yard touchdown pass to Eric Ward in the third quarter and a 10-yarder to Bradley Marquez in the fourth after Texas State failed on a fake punt deep in its own territory. Webb finished 19 for 43 and had two interceptions. Texas Tech’s defense got the lone touchdown of the first half when linebacker Will Smith returned a fumble 9 yards. Ryan Bustin added four field goals for the Red Raiders (4-0). Texas State (2-1) struggled against a stingy Red Raiders defense that gave up only 232 total yards. Bobcats running back Robert Lowe scored on a 49-yard run -- a career-long rush for the sophomore. Bobcats quarterback Tyler Arndt was responsible for two of the team’s three turnovers. He was 12 for 23 for 108 yards. Texas Tech finished with 552 total yards. Jace Amaro caught nine passes for 86 yards and Marquez caught six passes for 84 yards to lead the Red Raiders. Starting quarterback Baker Mayfield, who was replaced by Webb early in the second quarter, returned to the game late in the fourth quarter. He was 14 for 20 for 124 yards and one interception. On the Bobcats’ opening possession of the second half Lowe’s run pulled Texas State within 13-7. Lowe went up the middle before cutting to the far sideline, and he evaded a couple of tacklers once he got inside the 10-yard line. An ensuing onside kick initially was ruled recovered by the Bobcats but they touched the ball before it had gone 10 yards, so the Red Raiders took over on Texas State’s 44. Webb found Marquez for a 39-yard reception before the 4-yard TD that put Texas Tech up 20-7. Texas State had just one turnover coming into the game. By halftime the Bobcats had lost two fumbles and Arndt was intercepted by Pete Robertson at the Red Raiders 1-yard line in the first quarter. On its ensuing possession Mayfield moved the Red Raiders to the Texas State 46 and then was intercepted by Xavier Daniels. Four plays later Arndt fumbled and it was recovered by Terrance Bullitt at the Red Raiders 33. Texas Tech held the Bobcats from getting into the end zone when Texas State had first-and-goal from the Red Raiders 1. On the first play of Webb’s second series, Justin Iwuji intercepted him at the Texas Tech 35 and returned it to the 11. After getting a first down at the Red Raiders 1, Texas Tech held the Bobcats from getting into the end zone for four plays, preventing them from cutting into the Red Raiders’ 10-0 lead. Arndt couldn’t complete a pass to Brandon Smith on fourthand-goal and the Red Raiders took over on downs. Texas State running back Terrance Franks fumbled at the Bobcats’ 9-yard line and Smith scooped it up and went in for the score to put the Red Raiders up 10-0 early in the second quarter. The Bobcats had taken over after Mayfield ran the ball and lost a yard on fourth-and-1.

TEAM STATISTICS TCU TTU FIRST DOWNS........................................................................ 23 16 NET YARDS RUSHING............................................................. 207 43 NET YARDS PASSING.............................................................. 194 293 Completions-Attempts-Int.................................................. 23-38-2 24-45-3 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS........................................................... 401 336 Total offense plays............................................................... 82 71 Fumbles: Number-Lost.......................................................... 1-0 1-0 Penalties: Number-Yards....................................................... 13-115 10-89 PUNTS-YARDS........................................................................ 7-259 6-283 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD............................................ 3-39-0 0-0-0 Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD............................................ 2-21-0 0-0-0 Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD.............................................. 3-0-0 2-43-0 Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD.......................................... 0-0-0 0-0-0 Possession Time.................................................................... 35:46 24:14 Third-Down Conversions....................................................... 3 of 16 6 of 17 Fourth-Down Conversions..................................................... 0 of 2 0 of 1 Red-Zone Scores-Chances..................................................... 2-2 2-2 Touchdowns........................................................................ 1-2 1-2 Field goals........................................................................... 1-2 1-2 Sacks By: Number-Yards........................................................ 4-28 0-0 SCORING SUMMARY TEAM QTR TIME TTU 1st 13:51 TTU 1st 03:16 TCU 3rd 06:11 TCU 4th 06:28 TTU 4th 03:48 TTU 4th 02:43

SCORING PLAY Williams, Kenny 50 yd pass from Mayfield, Baker Bustin, Ryan 39 yd field goal Oberkrom, Jaden 37 yd field goal Catalon, B.J. 17 yd run Marquez, Brad 19 yd pass from Webb, Davis Bustin, Ryan 37 yd field goal

PLAYS-YARDS 6-75 6-28 10-48 9-69 9-75 5-15

1 2 3 4 FINAL 0 0 7 0 7 3 10 10 10 33

TEAM STATISTICS TXST TTU FIRST DOWNS........................................................................ 11 23 NET YARDS RUSHING............................................................. 107 118 NET YARDS PASSING.............................................................. 133 434 Completions-Attempts-Int.................................................. 15-31-1 33-63-3 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS........................................................... 240 552 Total offense plays............................................................... 68 96 Fumbles: Number-Lost.......................................................... 3-2 3-0 Penalties: Number-Yards....................................................... 5-20 8-65 PUNTS-YARDS........................................................................ 8-348 4-134 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD............................................ 1-3-0 5-39-0 Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD............................................ 1-21-0 0-0-0 Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD.............................................. 3-26-0 1-0-0 Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD.......................................... 0-0-0 1-9-1 Possession Time.................................................................... 32:43 27:17 Third-Down Conversions....................................................... 5 of 16 11 of 21 Fourth-Down Conversions..................................................... 0 of 3 0 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances..................................................... 0-2 6-7 Touchdowns........................................................................ 0-2 2-7 Field goals........................................................................... 0-2 4-7 Sacks By: Number-Yards........................................................ 1-9 3-17 DRIVE TIME 1:09 2:26 3:40 4:52 2:40 0:38

SCORING SUMMARY TEAM QTR TIME TTU 1st 10:49 TTU 2nd 14:28 TTU 2nd 00:20 TXST 3rd 12:55 TTU 3rd 11:38 TTU 3rd 06:42 TTU 4th 12:57 TTU 4th 09:32

SCORING PLAY Bustin, Ryan 29 yd field goal Smith, Will 9 yd fumble recovery Bustin, Ryan 21 yd field goal Lowe, Robert 49 yd run Ward, Eric 4 yd pass from Webb, Davis Bustin, Ryan 27 yd field goal Marquez, Brad 10 yd pass from Webb, Davis Bustin, Ryan 36 yd field goal

PLAYS-YARDS 12-58

DRIVE TIME 4:11

12-70 5-75 5-44 9-75 6-24 8-63

2:57 2:05 1:17 2:12 1:57 1:11

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2013 Texas Tech Football GAME RECAPS GAME FIVE • #20 Texas Tech 54, Kansas 16 SCORE BY QUARTERS Texas Tech Kansas

Jones AT&T Stadium (57,367 Attendance) October 12, 2013

Memorial Stadium (25,648 Attendance) October 5, 2013

GAME SIX • #20 Texas Tech 42, Iowa State 35 SCORE BY QUARTERS Iowa State Texas Tech

1 2 3 4 FINAL 0 20 17 17 54 10 0 0 6 16

LAWRENCE, Kan. - How costly Texas Tech’s 54-16 victory over Kansas is going to be is not yet known. Minutes after the No. 20 Red Raiders scored 54 straight points to swamp the hapless Jayhawks and remain unbeaten, coach Kliff Kingsbury said he could not be sure how badly quarterback Baker Mayfield was hurt. The true freshman had already passed for 368 yards when he was helped off the field with just seconds to go in the third quarter. Mayfield has started every game for the Red Raiders (5-0, 2-0 Big 12) who are 5-0 for the first time since 2008 and possibly poised for a breakthrough season behind a true freshman walk-on. Mayfield was hurt when tackled while passing. There was no penalty. He hobbled very slowly off the field with someone helping him under each arm. He was 33 of 51 with one interception. With Mayfield in command after Kansas took a 10-0 lead, the Red Raiders surged, and went to 14-1 all-time against the Jayhawks (2-2, 0-1). Backup Davis Webb threw a 25-yard touchdown pass to Eric Ward and a 4-yard scoring pass to Dylan Cantrell. The Red Raiders also scored twice on short runs by DeAndre Washington while rolling up 518 total yards on an exhausting 100 plays. The turning point may have come with about 5 minutes left in the second quarter when the score was tied 10-all and Kansas punter Trevor Pardula, facing a fourth-and-12 from the Kansas 17, fielded the snap but took off running. The junior kicker, who two weeks earlier averaged a school-record 57.6 yards on five punts, was tackled on the 16 and a moment later Mayfield scored on a 19-yard quarterback draw. Eric Ward caught seven balls for 122 yards, tight end Jace Amaro caught nine for 96 and Jakeem Grant added seven catches for 92 yards for Tech. Ryan Bustin kicked four field goals for the Red Raiders, making him 13 for 15 in five games. Tech tied it 10-all on Kenny Williams’ 1-yard run midway through the second quarter on a 42-yard drive aided by two key Kansas penalties. A roughing-the-passer infraction on defensive end Kevin Young gave Tech a first down on the 14,ans then Dexter McDonald was flagged for pass interference in the end zone. Bustin made a 23-yarder to get the Red Raiders going in the second. He also had a 25-yarder as time ran out in the second quarter, giving Texas Tech a 20-10 halftime lead. In each instance, the Red Raiders failed to reach the end zone after driving to first-and-goal from inside the 10. Tech had a first down on the 8 but JaCorey Shepherd broke up Mayfield’s third-down pass in the end zone. Mayfield connected for two long gainers in the final minutes of the half, giving Tech a first down on the Kansas 2. But three straight running plays lost 2 yards and Bustin was called in to kick his second field goal. The Jayhawks seized a 10-0 homecoming lead in the first quarter on a 36-yard field goal by Matthew Wyman and Jake Heaps’ 25-yard TD pass to Jimmay Mundine. It was the first points the Jayhawks had scored in the first quarter all year and the first time the Red Raiders trailed. On the 79-yard touchdown drive, the Jayhawks were flagged five yards for false starts on back-to-back plays, resulting in a third-and-12 from the 50. But Heaps hit Tony Pierson for a 25-yard gain and then connected with Mundine on the next play.

LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) - The game against Iowa State was Davis Webb’s first start and his coach liked what he saw. Webb, Texas Tech’s backup quarterback, threw for three touchdowns and 415 yards in place of the injured Baker Mayfield to lead No. 20 Texas Tech over Iowa State 42-35 on Saturday. Webb was 35 for 56 with an interception andKenny Williams,DeAndre Washington and SaDale Foster each ran for a score for Texas Tech (6-0, 3-0 Big 12). The Red Raiders are bowl eligible at their earliest date since 2008 in their first season under coach Kingsbury. The Cyclones (1-4, 0-2) got a 95-yard kickoff return for a touchdown from Jarvis West and 12 points off three turnovers by the Red Raiders. The Cyclones pulled within 42-35 on a touchdown pass from Sam Richardson to E. J. Bibbs with less than 2 minutes left. Richardson was 15 for 38 for 168 yards and a touchdown. Mayfield twisted his right knee in last week’s win at Kansas. In addition to Webb there’s redshirt sophomoreMichael Brewerin the mix. Brewer reinjured his back but played in late in last week’s win. The same questions about who will start will be back for next week’s game at West Virginia, Kingsbury said. Kingsbury doesn’t let his freshman talk to the media. Mayfield and Webb have each thrown five interceptions. The Red Raiders finished with a season-high 251 yards rushing, with Washington, Williams and Foster each gaining at least 80. Jace Amarocaught nine passes for 143 yards. It was the first time in 25 games that the Cyclones allowed an opponent to score more than 40 points. That was the longest active streak in the Big 12. Rhoads thought the turnovers gave the Cyclones a chance to win. Texas Tech scored four out of five times it got into the red zone. Texas Tech went up for good in the third quarter on a 12-yard touchdown catch byBradley Marquez. After Marquez’ touchdown, the Red Raiders appeared to score again on a fumble return bySam Eguavoenafter Richardson lost the ball at the Cyclones 35. But officials reviewed the play and ruled Richardson was attempting a side-arm pass. Iowa State had just 139 total yards at halftime, to 354 by Texas Tech. But big special teams plays kept the Cyclones in the game. West returned a kickoff 95 yards for a touchdown midway through the first quarter. It was the first non-onside kick return for a touchdown for Iowa State since 1994. In the second quarter, an Iowa State punt hit Texas Tech’sKeenon Warddownfield. It was recovered for the Cyclones by Levi Peters, and a few plays later Aaron Wimberly scored on a 4-yard run off the option pitch from Richardson to make it 14-14.

TEAM STATISTICS ISU TTU FIRST DOWNS........................................................................ 18 36 NET YARDS RUSHING............................................................. 143 251 NET YARDS PASSING.............................................................. 168 415 Completions-Attempts-Int.................................................. 15-39-0 35-56-1 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS........................................................... 311 666 Total offense plays............................................................... 78 101 Fumbles: Number-Lost.......................................................... 0-0 3-2 Penalties: Number-Yards....................................................... 6-35 4-30 PUNTS-YARDS........................................................................ 11-522 7-297 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD............................................ 4-46-0 4-2-0 Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD............................................ 4-132-1 2-46-0 Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD.............................................. 1-7-0 0-0-0 Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD.......................................... 0-0-0 0-0-0 Possession Time.................................................................... 29:44 30:16 Third-Down Conversions....................................................... 5 of 18 5 of 16 Fourth-Down Conversions..................................................... 1 of 2 2 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances..................................................... 4-4 4-5 Touchdowns........................................................................ 4-4 4-5 Field goals........................................................................... 0-4 0-5 Sacks By: Number-Yards........................................................ 2-15 2-11

TEAM STATISTICS TTU KU FIRST DOWNS........................................................................ 31 15 NET YARDS RUSHING............................................................. 114 51 NET YARDS PASSING.............................................................. 404 220 Completions-Attempts-Int.................................................. 36-57-1 18-35-1 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS........................................................... 518 271 Total offense plays............................................................... 100 72 Fumbles: Number-Lost.......................................................... 3-0 4-3 Penalties: Number-Yards....................................................... 9-76 12-81 PUNTS-YARDS........................................................................ 5-228 8-347 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD............................................ 4-23-0 3-33-0 Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD............................................ 1-19-0 8-185-0 Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD.............................................. 1-36-0 1-6-0 Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD.......................................... 2-24-0 0-0-0 Possession Time.................................................................... 31:31 28:29 Third-Down Conversions....................................................... 10 of 21 3 of 16 Fourth-Down Conversions..................................................... 0 of 0 1 of 3 Red-Zone Scores-Chances..................................................... 9-10 1-2 Touchdowns........................................................................ 5-10 0-2 Field goals........................................................................... 4-10 1-2 Sacks By: Number-Yards........................................................ 5-37 1-10 SCORING SUMMARY TEAM QTR TIME KU 1st 12:13 KU 1st 07:18 TTU 2nd 11:20 TTU 2nd 07:46 TTU 2nd 05:13 TTU 2nd 00:00 TTU 3rd 14:42 TTU 3rd 11:46 TTU 3rd 07:51 TTU 4th 14:49 TTU 4th 12:16 TTU 4th 10:30 KU 4th 07:43

SCORING PLAY Wyman,Matthew 36 yd field goal Mundine,Jimmay 25 yd pass from Heaps,Jake Bustin, Ryan 23 yd field goal Williams, Kenny 1 yd run Mayfield, Baker 19 yd run Bustin, Ryan 25 yd field goal Washington, De. 4 yd run Bustin, Ryan 28 yd field goal Washington, De. 5 yd run Ward, Eric 25 yd pass from Webb, Davis Bustin, Ryan 31 yd field goal Cantrell, Dylan 4 yd pass from Webb, Davis Turzilli,Andrew 28 yd pass from Cumming,Michael

PLAYS-YARDS 5-25 9-79 14-71 8-42 2-16 9-68 1-8 9-51 12-80 5-50 4-7 3-6 6-77

1 2 3 4 FINAL 7 14 0 14 35 14 7 7 14 42

DRIVE TIME 1:46 4:03 3:30 2:22 0:42 3:08 0:04 1:53 2:32 1:15 0:40 1:00 2:40

SCORING SUMMARY TEAM QTR TIME TTU 1st 06:31 ISU 1st 06:17 TTU 1st 01:25 ISU 2nd 09:10 TTU 2nd 06:26 ISU 2nd 02:57 TTU 3rd 07:01 TTU 4th 12:06 ISU 4th 10:40 TTU 4th 05:30 ISU 4th 01:54

SCORING PLAY Grant, Jakeem 33 yd pass from Webb, Davis West, Jarvis 95 yd kickoff return Ward, Eric 4 yd pass from Webb, Davis Wimberly, Aaron 4 yd run Williams, Kenny 1 yd run Woody, Jeff 3 yd run Marquez, Brad 12 yd pass from Webb, Davis Washington, De. 12 yd run Johnson, S. 3 yd run Foster, SaDale 38 yd run Bibbs, E.J. 16 yd pass from Richardson, SB

PLAYS-YARDS 11-80

DRIVE TIME 3:39

11-77 5-33 11-86 8-75 11-77 5-69 2-20 6-80 13-80

3:22 1:56 2:44 3:29 2:58 1:31 0:16 1:44 3:36

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2013 Texas Tech Football THE LAST TIME TEXAS TECH ... TEXAS TECH - TEAM

OFFENSE SCORING (All Games) Scored 40 or more points____________________________ 42, vs. Iowa State (2013) 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) Allowed 40 or more points______________________________ 52, vs. Baylor (2012) Allowed 50 or more points______________________________ 52, vs. Baylor (2012) Allowed 60 or more points___________________________ 66, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) Shutout opponent_______________________ vs. Southeastern Louisiana, 62-0 (2006) Shutout opponent in back-to-back games_______ at Texas Wesleyan, 13-0, at New Mexico, 27-0 (1949) Held opponent without an offensive touchdown________vs. Northwestern State, 44-6 (2012) SCORING (Home Games) Scored 40 or more points____________________________ 42, vs. Iowa State (2013) 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) Was held to 10 or fewer points_____________________ 6, vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011) Was held to 7 or fewer points______________________ 6, vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011) Was held to 3 or fewer points__________________________ 3, vs. #1 Nebraska (2000) Was shutout___________________________________ 0, vs. #20 Arkansas (1987) Was held without an offensive touchdown_______________ vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011) Was held without a touchdown_________________________ vs. #1 Nebraska (2000) Allowed 40 or more points_________________________ 41, vs. #14 Oklahoma (2012) Allowed 50 or more points______________________ 66, vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011) Allowed 60 or more points______________________ 66, vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011) Shutout opponent_______________________ vs. Southeastern Louisiana, 62-0 (2006) Held opponent without an offensive touchdown________vs. Northwestern State, 44-6 (2012) SCORING (Away Games) Scored 40 or more points_______________________________ 54, at Kansas (2013) 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 40 or more points______________________ 59, at #24 Oklahoma State (2012) Allowed 50 or more points______________________ 59, at #24 Oklahoma State (2012) Allowed 60 or more points__________________________ 65, at #5 Oklahoma (2008)

TEXAS TECH - TEAM TOTAL OFFENSE Had 500 or more total yards___________________________666, vs. Iowa 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) 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) Was held to 20 or fewer rushing attempts__________________ 17, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) Was held to 15 or fewer rushing attempts_____________ 14, at #17 Oklahoma State (2009) Was held to 10 or fewer rushing attempts____________________ 7, at #15 Texas (2007) RUSHING OFFENSE Had 150 or more rushing yards_________________________251, vs. Iowa State (2013) 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 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_______________________ 63, vs. Texas State (2013) Had 65 or more passing attempts_____________________66, vs. #23 Texas A&M (2011) Had 70 or more passing attempts______________________72, vs. #3 Oklahoma (2007) 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)

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

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2013 Texas Tech Football THE LAST TIME TEXAS TECH ... TEXAS TECH - TEAM PASSING COMPLETIONS Had 45 or more passing completions__________________________47, Kansas (2012) Had 46 or more passing completions__________________________47, Kansas (2012) Had 47 or more passing completions__________________________47, Kansas (2012) 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_________________________415, vs. Iowa State (2013) Had 450 or more passing yards____________________ 494, vs. Stephen F. Austin (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_________________________ 7, at #21 TCU (2012) 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) Went 3 consecutive games without a passing INT____________________ 3 games (2011) Went 4 consecutive games without a passing INT____________________ 5 games (1997) Went 5 consecutive games without a passing INT____________________ 5 games (1997) FUMBLES ALLOWED Had 3 or more fumbles___________________________ 3 (lost 2) vs. Iowa State (2013) Had 4 or more fumbles__________________________ 4 (lost 1), vs. Texas State (2011) Had 5 or more fumbles____________________________ 5 (lost 2), at #2 Texas (2009) Had 6 or more fumbles_________________________ 6 (lost 3), vs. #16 NC State (2002) Had 7 or more fumbles_______________________ 7 (lost 2), at #21 Kansas State (1996) Went back-to-back games without a fumble_______________________ 2 games (2008) TURNOVERS ALLOWED Had 4 or more turnovers_________________________________4, vs. 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)

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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 40 or more points______________________ 59, at #24 Oklahoma State (2012) Allowed 50 or more points______________________ 59, at #24 Oklahoma State (2012) 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 40 or more points_________________________55, at #3 Kansas State (2012) 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) Allowed 500 or more total yards__________________________ Allowed 550 or more total yards__________________________ Allowed 600 or more total yards__________________________ Allowed 650 or more total yards__________________________

674, vs. Baylor (2012) 674, vs. Baylor (2012) 674, vs. Baylor (2012) 674, vs. Baylor (2012)

DEFENSIVE FIRST DOWNS ALLOWED Allowed 15 or fewer first downs___________________________ 15, at Kansas (2013) Allowed 14 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) Allowed 30 or more first downs____________________________ 31, at SMU (2013) Allowed 35 or more first downs________________________ 38, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) TACKLES FOR A LOSS Recorded 10 or more tackles for a loss________________________ 10, at Kansas (2013) Recorded 11 or more tackles for a loss_____________________ 12, vs. Texas State (2013) 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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2013 Texas Tech Football THE LAST TIME TEXAS TECH ... TEXAS TECH - TEAM RUSHING DEFENSE Allowed 100 or fewer rushing yards_________________________ 53, at Kansas (2013) Allowed 90 or fewer rushing yards__________________________ 53, at Kansas (2013) Allowed 80 or fewer rushing yards__________________________ 53, at Kansas (2013) 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) Allowed 250 or more rushing yards________________________ 278, vs. Baylor (2012) Allowed 300 or more rushing yards________________________ 390, vs. Kansas (2012) 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) DEFENSIVE SACKS Had 3 or more sacks___________________________________ 5, at Kansas (2013) 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)

TEXAS TECH - TEAM 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) 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) 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) 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) 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 sack in back-to-back games____ 2, vs. #14 Oklahoma/vs. #4 West Virginia (2012) 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 150 or fewer passing yards_____________________ 133, vs. Texas State (2013) Allowed 100 or fewer passing yards_________________________29, vs. Kansas (2012) 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)

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_____________________ at Texas State (2012) 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________________________ at New Mexico (2010) - Jonathan Brydon Blocked 2 punts_____________ at New Mexico (2010) - Aaron Crawford & Jonathan Brydon Returned a blocked punt for a touchdown___ vs. Indiana State (2005) - Brandon Douglas, 2 yds KICKOFF RETURN Had 200 or more kick return yards_________________ 256 (10 att.), vs. #20 Baylor (2011) Returned a kickoff for a touchdown__________ vs. Minnesota (2012) - Jakeem Grant, 99 yds Returned an opening kickoff for a TD_____ vs. New Mexico (1973) - Lawrence Williams, 95 yds Returned a kickoff for a TD in season opener____ vs. New Mexico (2001) - Ivory McCann, 100 yds PUNTING Had a punt blocked_____________________________ at #24 Oklahoma State (2012) 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) FIELD GOALS & PAT Blocked a PAT attempt_________________________ at Kansas (2011) - Terrance Bullitt Blocked a field goal attempt__________ vs. Michigan State (2009) - Daniel Howard, 52 yd FG Returned a blocked field goal for a TD____ vs. Oklahoma State (2000) - Aaron Hunt... Lawrence Flugence - 79 Yds Had a PAT blocked___________________________________ vs. Nebraska (2008) Missed a PAT attempt_____________________________________vs. Rice (2009) Had a field goal blocked________________________________vs. 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 #21 TCU (2012)

MISCELLANEOUS vs. NATIONALLY-RANKED OPPONENTS Defeated a ranked opponent______________________________ vs. #24 TCU (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. #20 Virginia (2007) 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_________________________ at #24 Oklahoma State (2012) Lost to a ranked opponent at home_________________________ vs. # 22 Texas (2012) Lost to a ranked opponent on the road_________________ at #24 Oklahoma State (2012) Lost to a ranked opponent at a neutral site_____________________vs. #20 Baylor (2011) Lost to an unranked opponent at home_______________________vs. Iowa State (2011) Lost to an unranked team on the road_________________________ at Missouri (2011) 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___________________________101, vs. Iowa 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___________________________ 36, vs. Iowa State (2013) Had 35 or more first downs___________________________ 36, vs. Iowa 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_________________________________10, vs. TCU (2013) Had 15 or more penalties_______________________________ 17, at Kansas (2011) Had 5 or fewer penalties______________________________ 4, vs. Iowa State (2013) Had 4 or fewer penalties______________________________ 4, vs. Iowa State (2013) Had 3 or fewer penalties______________________________ 2, vs. Texas State (2011) Had 2 or fewer penalties______________________________ 2, vs. Texas State (2011) Had 1 or fewer penalties_____________________________1, at #5 Texas A&M (1992) PENALTY YARDS Had 100 or more penalty yards____________________ 106, vs. Stephen F. Austin (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 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___________ Sadale Foster, 53 yards, vs. #4 West Virginia (2012) Had a run of 60 or more yards____________ Eric Stephens, 86 yards, vs. Northwestern (2010) Had a run of 70 or more yards____________ Eric Stephens, 86 yards, vs. Northwestern (2010) Had a run of 80 or more yards____________ Eric Stephens, 86 yards, vs. Northwestern (2010) Had a run of 90 or more yards_________________Donny Anderson, 90 yards, at TCU (1964) Made 30 or more attempts_________________ Sammy Morris, 33, vs. Texas A&M (1999) Made 40 or more attempts_________________ Ricky Williams, 42, vs. Fresno State (1998) Rushed for 3 or more touchdowns__________________ Baron Batch, 4, vs. Kansas (2009) Rushed for 4 or more touchdowns__________________ Baron Batch, 4, vs. Kansas (2010) Rushed for 5 or more touchdowns_____________________James Gray, 5, vs. Rice (1989) Had 2 players rush for 2 touchdowns____Taurean Henderson (2) & Johnnie Mack (2), vs. Nebraska (2004)

TEXAS TECH - PLAYER RECEIVING Caught 10 or more passes__________________________ Eric Ward, 13, at SMU (2013) Caught 11 or more passes__________________________ Eric Ward, 13, at SMU (2013) Caught 12 or more passes__________________________ Eric Ward, 13, at SMU (2013) Caught 13 or more passes__________________________ Eric Ward, 13, at SMU (2013) Caught 14 or more passes______________________ Eric Ward, 16, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) Caught 15 or more passes______________________ Eric Ward, 16, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) Caught 16 or more passes______________________ Eric Ward, 16, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) Had 100 or more receiving yards________________ Jace Amaro, 143, vs. Iowa State (2013) Had 150 or more receiving yards_____________________ Eric Ward, 150, at SMU (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_________________________ Baker Mayfield, 2, at SMU (2013) Had 3 or more fumbles_________________ Taurean Henderson, 3, vs. #16 NC State (2002)

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

PASSING Had 60 or more passing attempts__________________Baker Mayfield, 60, at SMU (2013) Had 65 or more passing attempts_____________ Seth Doege, 66, vs. #23 Texas A&M (2011) Had 70 or more passing attempts____________ Graham Harrell, 72, vs. #3 Oklahoma (2007)

Had 2 or more 100-yard receivers______ 2, Darrin Moore (186) & Eric Ward (113), vs. Baylor (2012) Had 3 or more 100-yd REC____4, J. Filani (255), T. Henderson (118), R. Johnson (107), Jarrett Hicks (105), vs. K-State (2005) Had 4 or more 100-yd REC____4, J. Filani (255), T. Henderson (118), R. Johnson (107), Jarrett Hicks (105), vs. K-State (2005) Had 2 or more 200-yd REC_____2, Michael Crabtree (237), Danny Amendola (233), at Oklahoma State (2007) Had 6 different WR with a TD catch____ Lewis (2), Torres (2), Swindall, Franks, Leong, Brinkler, vs. K-State (2009)

Had 40 or more completions_____________________Baker Mayfield, 43, at SMU (2013) Had 45 or more completions_____________________ Seth Doege, 45, vs. Kansas (2012) 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)

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)

Passed for 350 or more yards__________________ Davis Webb, 415, vs. Iowa State (2013) Passed for 400 or more yards__________________ Davis Webb, 415, vs. Iowa State (2013) Passed for 450 or more yards____________________ Seth Doege, 476, vs. Kansas (2012) 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 Eric Stephens, vs. Kansas (2012) - 3 yds to Darrin Moore Passed for 4 or more touchdowns__________________ Baker Mayfield, 4, at SMU (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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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)

PUNT RETURN Had 100 or more punt return yards_________________ Eric Morris, 105, at Nevada (2008) Had 125 or more punt return yards__ Danny Amendola, 133, vs. Southeastern Louisiana (2006) Had 150 or more punt return yards____________Wes Welker, 166, at #23 Texas A&M (2002) Had a punt return for a touchdown_______________Eric Morris (86 yds), at Nevada (2008) Blocked a punt_________________________ Jonathan Brydon, at New Mexico (2010) Returned a blocked punt for a touchdown___ Brandon Douglas (2 yds), vs. Indiana State (2005)

TACKLES Had 15 or more tackles________________ Brian Duncan/Cody Davis, 15, at Houston (2009) Had 16 or more tackles_________________________ Dwayne Slay, 18, at Baylor (2005) Had 17 or more tackles_________________________ Dwayne Slay, 18, at Baylor (2005) Had 18 or more tackles_________________________ Dwayne Slay, 18, at Baylor (2005) Had 20 or more tackles________________ Lawrence Flugence, 23, at #12 Ohio State (2002) SACKS Had 2 or more sacks_____________________________ 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______________ Brandon Sharpe, 4, at #15 Nebraska (2009) Had 5 or more tackles for a loss_______________ Dorian Pitts, 5, vs. Oklahoma State (2000) QUARTERBACK HURRIES Had 2 or more quarterback hurries_______Kerry Hyder/Sam Eguavoen, 2, vs. Iowa State (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)

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___________ Jakeem Grant (99 yds), vs. Minnesota (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)

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)

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

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

Made 3 or more field goals____________________Ryan Bustin, 4-of-5, at Kansas (2013) Made 4 or more field goals____________________Ryan Bustin, 4-of-5, at Kansas (2013)

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

Made a game-winning FG in last minute________ Ryan Bustin, 28 yds (0:00), vs. Minnesota (2012)

SAFETY Recorded a safety (individual tackle)_______ Colby Whitlock (tackled RB), vs. #1 Texas (2008) MISCELLANEOUS Returned an interception for a touchdown________ Cody Davis (88 yds), at Texas State (2012) Returned a fumble for a touchdown_____________ Will Smith (9 yds), vs. Texas State (2013)

Made 100 consecutive PAT attempts___________________Matt Williams, 106, 2009-2010 Made 150 consecutive PAT attempts_____________________Alex Trilica, 233, 2004-2007 Made 200 consecutive PAT attempts_____________________Alex Trilica, 233, 2004-2007 Made 10 consecutive field goals__________________________ Scott Segrist, 10, 1988 Blocked a PAT attempt_________________________ Terrance Bullitt, at Kansas (2011) Blocked a field goal attempt____________Daniel Howard, 52 yds, vs. Michigan State (2009) Returned a blocked FG for a TD_____ Aaron Hunt... Lawrence Flugence, 79 yds, vs. Oklahoma State (2000) MISCELLANEOUS Recovered an on-sides kick______________________Summit Hogue, at #21 TCU (2012)

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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RUSHING ATTEMPTS Had 40 or more rushing attempts_______________________ Had 50 or more rushing attempts_______________________ Had 60 or more rushing attempts_______________________ Had 70 or more rushing attempts_______________________

54, vs. Minnesota (2012) 54, vs. Minnesota (2012) 79, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) 79, vs. #20 Baylor (2011)

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____________________ 4, at #3 Kansas State (2012) Had 5 or more rushing touchdowns_______________________ 5, vs. #20 Baylor (2011) 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__________________ 19, vs. Minnesota (2012) Was held to 25 or fewer passing attempts__________________ 19, vs. Minnesota (2012) Was held to 20 or fewer passing attempts__________________ 19, vs. Minnesota (2012) Was held to 15 or fewer passing attempts_________________ 12, vs. New Mexico (2012) 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)

TACKLES FOR A LOSS Recorded 10 or more tackles for a loss_______________________ 11, vs. #24 TCU (2013) Recorded 11 or more tackles for a loss_________________________ 11, at SMU (2013) Recorded 12 or more tackles for a loss___________________ 13.0, at #15 Nebraska (2009) Recorded 13 or more tackles for a loss___________________ 13.0, at #15 Nebraska (2009) Recorded 15 or more tackles for a loss____________________ 18.0, at Texas A&M (2000) Was held without a tackle for a loss________________________ 0.0, vs. UMass (2008) DEFENSIVE SACKS Had 3 or more sacks__________________________________4, vs. #24 TCU (2013) Had 4 or more sacks__________________________________4, vs. #24 TCU (2013) Had 5 or more sacks__________________________________ 5, vs. Kansas (2009) Had 6 or more sacks__________________________________ 6, at #2 Texas (2005) Was held without a sack in back-to-back games______ 2, vs. Houston/vs. Northwestern (2010) Was held without a sack in 3 consecutive games or more_______________ 4 games (2008) QUARTERBACK HURRIES Had 5 or more quarterback hurries_________________________ 8, at #25 Texas (2011) Had 10 or more quarterback hurries_______________________ 12, at #15 Texas (2007) Had 13 or more quarterback hurries______________________ 13, at New Mexico (2002) Had 14 or more quarterback hurries________________________ 14, at #2 Texas (2005) Had 16 or more quarterback hurries______________________ 16, at New Mexico (2004) Was held without a quarterback hurry in back-to-back games____________ 2 games (2013) Was held without a quarterback hurry in 3 consecutive games____________ 3 games (2012) PASS BREAKUPS Had 10 or more pass breakups________________________ 11, vs. Kansas State (2005) Had 11 or more pass breakups_____________________________ 12, at SMU (2004) Had 12 or more pass breakups_____________________________ 12, at SMU (2004) Was held without a pass breakup________________________ 0, vs. Iowa State (2013) DEFENSIVE MISC. Returned an interception for a touchdown_______________________ vs. Baylor (2012) Returned a fumble for a touchdown___________________________ vs. Kansas (2009) Recorded a safety___________________________________ at Kansas State (2004)

Was held to 15 or fewer passing completions________________ 15, vs. Iowa State (2013) Was held to 10 or fewer passing completions_________________ 8, vs. Minnesota (2012) 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)

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SPECIAL TEAMS PUNT RETURN Had 100 or more punt return yards_______________________ 123, at #2 Texas (2005) Returned a punt for a touchdown_____________ at #2 Texas (2009) - Jordan Shipley, 46 yds Blocked a punt________________________ at #24 Oklahoma State (2012) - Zack Craig 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)

MISCELLANEOUS 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 to 65 or fewer total plays_________________ 64, at #24 Oklahoma State (2012) Was held to 60 or fewer total plays_______________________ 58, vs. #22 Texas (2012) 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_______________________________ 31, at SMU (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, at Kansas (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__________________________ 115, vs. #24 TCU (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

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OFFENSE RUSHING Rushed for 100 or more yards_______________ Robert Lowe - 103 yards, vs. Texas State (2013) Rushed for 150 or more yards________________ Tony Pierson, 202 yards, vs. Kansas (2012) 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)

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 2 100-yard rushers____ Tony Pierson - 202 yards, James Sims - 127 yards, vs. Kansas (2012)

Had 100 or more receiving yards__________________ Tony Pierson, 118, at Kansas (2013) Had 150 or more receiving yards_______________ Terrance Williams, 175, vs. Baylor (2012) 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 run of 50 or more yards_________________ Tony Pierson, 69 yards, vs. Kansas (2012) Had a run of 60 or more yards_________________ Tony Pierson, 69 yards, vs. Kansas (2012) Had a run of 70 or more yards_______________ Duran Hollis, 71 yards, vs. Iowa State (2011) Had a run of 80 or more yards_______________ Mikel Simpson, 96 yards, vs. Virginia (2007) Had a run of 90 or more yards_______________ Mikel Simpson, 96 yards, vs. Virginia (2007)

Had a reception of 50 or more yards__________ Had a reception of 60 or more yards__________ Had a reception of 70 or more yards__________ Had a reception of 80 or more yards__________ Had a reception of 90 or more yards__________

Made 30 or more attempts_____________________ Tony Pierson, 30, vs. Kansas (2012) Made 40 or more attempts________________Terrance Ganaway, 42, vs. #20 Baylor (2011)

Had 2 or more 100-yard receivers______ 2, Jeremy Johnson (131), Darius Jospeh (103), at SMU (2013) Had 3 or more 100-yard receivers_____ 3, Gilbert (156), J. Brown (136), Grant (133), vs. Houston (1991)

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

Had 3 or more receiving touchdowns______ Isaiah Anderson, 3, at #24 Oklahoma State (2012) Had 4 or more receiving touchdowns____________Wayne McGarrity, 4, vs. #18 Texas (1998)

Had 2 fumbles or more________________ Joseph Randle, 2, vs. #2 Oklahoma State (2011) PASSING Had 55 or more passing attempts__________________ Garrett Gilbert, 62, at SMU (2013) Had 60 or more passing attempts__________________ Garrett Gilbert, 62, at SMU (2013)

Mike Brooks, 75, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013) Mike Brooks, 75, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013) Mike Brooks, 75, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013) Malco Williams, 91 yards, vs. #1 Texas (2008) Malco Williams, 91 yards, vs. #1 Texas (2008)

ALL-PURPOSE Scored 4 or more touchdowns___________________ Vince Young, 4, vs. #5 Texas (2004) Had 200 or more all-purpose yards______Isaiah Anderson, 200, at #24 Oklahoma State (2012) Had 225 or more all-purpose yards_______________ Skye Dawson, 249, at #21 TCU (2012) Had 250 or more all-purpose yards______________ Deon Long, 258, at New Mexico (2011)

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__________ Tyler Boyd, 75, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013) Completed a pass of 60 or more yards__________ Tyler Boyd, 75, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013) Completed a pass of 70 or more yards__________ Tyler Boyd, 75, vs. Stephen F. Austin (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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INTERCEPTIONS Had 2 or more interceptions___________________Michael Carter, 2, vs. Minnesota (2012) Had 3 or more interceptions_______________ Joel Schwenzfeier, 3, vs. North Dakota (2009)

PUNT RETURN Had 65 or more punt return yards_________________ Quan Crosby, 68, at #2 Texas (2005) Had a punt return for a touchdown____________Jordan Shipley (46 yds), at #2 Texas (2009) Blocked a punt________________________ Zack Craig, at #24 Oklahoma State (2012) 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)

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_________________________ Kevin Pope, 2, at Iowa State (2012) Had 3 or more sacks_________________________ Brian Robison, 3, at #2 Texas (2005) TACKLES FOR A LOSS Had 4 or more tackles for a loss________________ Phillip Dillard, 4, at #15 Nebraska (2009) Had 5 or more tackles for a loss___________________ Ty Warren, 5, vs. Texas A&M (2001) QUARTERBACK HURRIES Had 4 or more quarterback hurries_________________Howard Matthew, 4, vs. #23 Texas A&M (2011) PASS BREAKUPS Had 4 or more pass breakups_______________ Patrick Lavine, 4, at Oklahoma State (2007) FORCED FUMBLES Had 2 or more forced fumbles___________________ Von Miller, 2, vs. Texas A&M (2009) FUMBLE RECOVERIES Had 2 or more fumble recoveries_________________Efrem Oliphant, 2, vs. Houston (2010) SAFETY Recorded a safety (individual tackle)___ Jimmy Wilkerson (tackled QB), at #4 Oklahoma (2002) MISCELLANEOUS Returned an INT for a touchdown_________________ Eddie Lackey (55 yds), vs. Baylor (2012) Returned a fumble for a touchdown____________ Max Onyegbule (3 yds), vs. Kansas (2009)

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_______________ Nick Bruno, 68, vs. Stephen F. Austin (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_______________ Chase Hoover, 51 yds, at SMU (2013) Made a 49-yard field goal or longer_______________ Chase Hoover, 51 yds, at SMU (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____________________ Chase Hoover, 3-of-4, at SMU (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)

MISCELLANEOUS 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)

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2013 Texas Tech Football 22, JACE AMARO, TE

18, MICAH AWE, LB

- Has made 47 receptions through the first 6 games - most by a Red Raider since 2007 (Crabtree - 70). - 1-of-3 Red Raiders (since 2000) with at least 8 receptions in 5 consecutive games (Michael Crabtree, 9 straight in 2007... Taurean Henderson, 5 straight in 2002).

2013 tallied three tackles (all solo) and broke up a pass against Iowa State (10/12)... recorded four tackles (two solo) at Kansas (10/5)... notched three tackles (three solo) against Texas State (9/21)... posted six tackles (four solo) against No. 24 TCU (9/12)... led the team in tackles for the first time in his career with eight tackles (seven solo) and posted a tackle for a loss in home opener against Stephen F. Austin (9/7)... made season debut making seven tackles (4 solo) in season opener at SMU (8/30)... played 13 games as a freshman making 12 tackles on the season.

2013 ranks 7th in the NCAA in receptions/game (7.8)... ranks 19th in the NCAA in receiving yards (606)... ranks 20th in the NCAA in receiving yards/game (101.0)... has five consecutive games making at least eight receptions... led the team in receptions for the fifth straight game with nine receptions for 143 yards (long 39) against Iowa State (10/12)... posted second 100-yard receiving game this season (3rd career)... made nine catches for 96 yards at Kansas (10/5)... has posted at least 95 receiving yards in 3-of-5 games this season... KU marked the third time this season with a career-high nine receptions... led team with nine catches for 86 yards (long 17) against Texas State (9/21)... led the team with nine catches with 97 receiving yards (long 31) against No. 24 TCU (9/12)... led the team with eight receptions and 142 yards receiving with a touchdown in home opener against Stephen F. Austin (9/7)... caught a 47-yard pass from QB Baker Mayfield against the Lumberjacks... made season debut in season opener making three catches for 42 yards (long 18) at SMU (8/30). RECEIVING 2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

G Rec Yds TD Lg Rec/G 12 7 57 2 12 0.6 7 25 409 4 61 3.6 6 47 606 1 47 7.8 25 79 1072 7 61 3.2

Avg/C Avg/G 8.1 4.8 16.4 58.4 12.9 101.0 13.6 42.9

TACKLES 2012 2013 TOTAL

G UA A Total TFL Yds PD 13 7 5 12 0.5 2 0 6 23 8 31 1.5 5 1 19 30 13 43 2.0 7 1

FF FR Blkd 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

CAREER HIGHS Receptions___________________________________ 9 4x, vs. Iowa State (2013)* Yards_____________________________________ 156, vs. West Virginia (2012) Touchdowns___________________________________ 2, vs. New Mexico (2012) Longest Reception______________________________ 61, vs. West Virginia (2012) All-Purpose Yards______________________________ 156, vs. West Virginia (2012) * Indicates most recent high

SACKS G UA A Total Yds 2012 13 0 0 0.0 0 2013 6 0 1 0.5 4 TOTAL 19 0 1 0.5 4 CAREER HIGHS Tackles___________________________________ 8, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013) Tackles For Loss______________________________ 1, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013) Sacks____________________________________________ 1, at SMU (2013) Interceptions______________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered___________________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

16, MICHAEL BREWER, QB

1, TERRANCE BULLITT, LB | TEAM CAPTAIN

2013 made season debut as a backup in the fourth quarter against Kansas (10/5)... did not attempt a pass while losing six yards on the ground... missed the first four games of the season due to a back injury.

2013 ranks 16th in the NCAA in passes broke up (9)... made one tackle (solo) and broke up a pass against Iowa State (10/12)... tallied one tackle (solo) and broke up two passes at Kansas (10/5)... made three tackles (all solo) with a sack and a tackle for a loss with a fumble recovery and a quarterback hurry against Texas State (9/21)... recorded a career-high four pass breakups with six tackles (all solo) with one tackle for a loss against No. 24 TCU (9/12)... broke up two passes against Stephen F. Austin (9/7) in home opener... made season debut making seven tackles (6 solo) with a sack in season opener at SMU (8/30)... second tackle of the game in the first half marked 100th career tackle.

PASSING 2012 2013 TOTAL

G Att Cmp Int Yds TD Lg Pct Avg/P Avg/G 9 48 34 0 375 4 36 70.8 7.8 41.7 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 10 48 34 0 375 4 36 70.8 7.8 37.5

RUSHING 2012 2013 TOTAL

G Att Yds TD Lg Avg/C 9 9 20 0 12 2.2 1 1 -6 0 0 -6.0 10 10 14 0 12 1.4

Effic 164.0 0.0 164.0

Avg/G 2.2 -6.0 1.4

CAREER HIGHS Pass Attempts_____________________________ 13, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Pass Completions___________________________ 10, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Passing Yards____________________________ 122, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Passing Touchdowns__________________________ 2, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Longest Pass____________________________________36, vs. Oklahoma (2012) Rushing Yards__________________________________23, vs. New Mexico (2012) * Indicates most recent high

TACKLES 2010 2011 2012 2013 TOTAL SACKS 2010 2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

G UA A Total TFL Yds 12 15 8 23 2.0 4 12 41 15 56 9.5 40 10 14 5 19 2.0 5 6 17 1 18 2.0 5 40 87 29 116 15.5 54 G UA A Total Yds 12 0 0 0.0 0 12 0 0 0.0 0 10 1 0 1.0 2 6 2 0 2.0 4 40 3 0 3.0 6

PD 1 4 2 9 16

FF FR Blkd 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 2 1

CAREER HIGHS Tackles___________________________________ 10, vs. Oklahoma State (2011) Tackles For Loss___________________________________ 2.5, at Missouri (2011) Sacks______________________________________1 3x, vs. Texas State (2013)* Interceptions______________________________________________ None Pass Breakups_______________________________________ 4, vs. TCU (2013) * Indicates most recent high

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2013 Texas Tech Football 54, DARTWAN BUSH, DL

48, RYAN BUSTIN, K

2013 had three tackles (all solo) against Iowa State (10/12)... made two tackles (one solo) with a quarterback hurry at Kansas (10/5)... collected two tackles (both solo), which included a sack and a tackle for a loss against Texas State (9/21)... made four tackles (all solo) with two quarterback hurries and a tackle for a loss of five yards against No. 24 TCU (9/12)... tallied one tackle and forced one fumble in home opener against Stephen F. Austin (9/7)... marked his first forced fumble since causing four forced fumbles in 2011... made season debut making one tackle (assisted) in season opener at SMU (8/30).

- Owns school record for most field goals made (30) by a Red Raider in a two-year career. - Ranks 8th in school history for career field goals (30). - Twice has tied a school record with four made field goals in a single-game (vs. Texas State/at KU). - Has made 13 field goals through the first 6 games - most by a Red Raider in over 13 years. - Lou Groza Place Kicker National 'Star of the Week' Award (Sept. 30) - Lou Groza Place Kicker National 'Star of the Week' Award (Oct. 7)

TACKLES 2010 2011 2012 2013 TOTAL SACKS 2010 2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

G UA A Total TFL Yds PD 7 7 2 9 3.0 7 1 12 23 5 28 5.0 18 2 13 33 8 41 12.0 48 0 6 11 2 13 2.0 9 1 38 74 17 91 22.0 82 4 G UA A Total Yds 7 1 0 1.0 5 12 2 0 2.0 9 13 5 1 5.5 37 6 1 0 1.0 4 38 9 1 9.5 55

FF FR Blkd 0 0 0 4 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 5 2 0

2013 ranks 2nd in the NCAA in made field goals (13)... ranks 3rd in the NCAA in scoring/game (11.5)... has made multiple field goals in 4-of-6 games this season and in 10 games during his career... missed only field goal try (34 yards) against Iowa State (10/12) and was 6-of-6 in PAT attempts... snapped streak of making at least one field goal in five straight games... made four field goals in back-to-back games (vs. Texas State/at Kansas)... tied a school record with four made field goals for the second consecutive game with makes from 23, 25, 28 and 31 yards out at Kansas (10/5)... was also a perfect 6-for-6 in PAT attempts against the Jayhawks... tied a school record with 4-of-4 field goal attempts (29, 21, 27, 36) and made 3-of-3 PAT attempts against Texas State (9/21)... marked 11th time in school history a Red Raider made four field goals in a game (last coming in 2011 - Donnie Carona vs. No. 23 Texas A&M)... made a pair of field goals (39, 37) and was 2-for-2 in PAT attempts against No. 24 TCU (9/12)... connected on a 28-yard field goal and made 8-of-8 PAT attempts in home opener against Stephen F. Austin (9/7)... made season debut connecting on both field goals attempted (43 yards, 27 yards) both coming in the first half of the season opener at SMU (8/30)... also made 5-of-5 PAT attempts in season opener.

CAREER HIGHS Tackles______________________________________ 11, vs. Minnesota (2012) Tackles For Loss__________________________________ 2 3x, vs. Kansas (2012)* Sacks_____________________________________ 1 10x, vs. Texas State (2013)* Interceptions______________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered_____________________________ 1 2x, at New Mexico (2011)* * Indicates most recent high

14, DYLAN CANTRELL, WR 2013 made two receptions, including first career touchdown reception (4 yards) from fellow freshman Davis Webb in the fourth quarter at Kansas (10/5) to give Tech a 54-10 lead with 10:30 left in the game... made career debut making six receptions for 56 yards against Stephen F. Austin (9/7) in the home opener.

RECEIVING G Rec Yds TD Lg Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 2013 4 8 67 1 16 2.0 8.4 16.8 TOTAL 4 8 67 1 16 2.0 8.4 16.8 CAREER HIGHS Receptions_________________________________ 6, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013) Yards___________________________________ 56, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013) Touchdowns________________________________ 1, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013) Longest Reception___________________________ 16, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013) All-Purpose Yards____________________________ 56, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013) * Indicates most recent high

FIELD GOALS 2012 2013 TOTAL

G ATT MADE 13 24 17 6 16 13 19 40 30

LG 50 43 50

PCT 70.8 81.2 75.0

PAT 59-59 30-30 89-89

CAREER HIGHS Field Goals Attempts__________________________________ 5, at Kansas (2013) Field Goals Made_________________________________ 4 2x, at Kansas (2013)* Longest Field Goal Made_____________________________50, at Texas State (2012) Field Goals Blocked___________________________________ 1, vs. Texas (2012) PATs Attempted______________________________ 8, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013) PATs Made_________________________________ 8, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013) * Indicates most recent high

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2013 Texas Tech Football 2, REGINALD DAVIS, WR

13, SAM EGUAVOEN, LB

- Became the first Red Raider with a receiving touchdown in his first 2 career games since Michael Crabtree (2007).

2013 made five tackles (all solo) and posted two quarterback hurries against Iowa State (10/12)... tied for the team lead with six tackles (three solo) (Will Smith) and recorded 1.5 tackles for a loss at Kansas (10/5)... had one tackle for a loss (solo) and broke up one pass against Texas State (9/21)... recorded eight tackles (six solo) - the third most on the team - against No. 24 TCU (9/12)... made season debut with five tackles (3 solo) and first career sack in season opener at SMU (8/30).

2013 returned one kickoff for 19 yards at Kansas (10/5)... caught one pass for 23 yards against Texas State (9/21)... made one reception for 11 yards against No. 24 TCU (9/12)... caught a touchdown pass for the second straight game - a 23-yard strike from freshman QB Davis Webb - in the fourth quarter against Stephen F. Austin (9/7) in his first career home game... became the first Red Raider to having a receiving touchdown in his first two career games since Michael Crabtree (2007)... made career debut in season opener at SMU (8/30) while catching first career touchdown pass from freshman QB Baker Mayfield with a 22-yard reception in the fourth quarter to give Tech a 41-16 lead over the Mustangs.

TACKLES 2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

G UA A Total TFL Yds PD 12 25 5 30 1.0 1 0 13 37 15 52 1.5 1 0 6 18 7 25 3.0 9 1 31 80 27 107 5.5 11 1

RECEIVING G Rec Yds TD Lg Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 2013 6 4 79 2 23 0.7 19.8 13.2 TOTAL 6 4 79 2 23 0.7 19.8 13.2

SACKS 2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

G UA A Total Yds 12 0 0 0.0 0 13 0 0 0.0 0 6 0 1 0.5 3 31 0 1 0.5 3

CAREER HIGHS Receptions___________________________________1 4x, vs. Texas State (2013)* Yards_____________________________________ 23 2x, vs. Texas State (2013)* Touchdowns______________________________1 2x, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013)* Longest Reception_____________________________ 23 2x, vs. Texas State (2013)* All-Purpose Yards______________________________ 23 2x, vs. Texas State (2013)* * Indicates most recent high

CAREER HIGHS Tackles_________________________________________ 11, vs. Baylor (2011) Tackles For Loss____________________________________1.5, at Kansas (2013) Sacks____________________________________________ 1, at SMU (2013) Interceptions______________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered___________________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

26, RYAN ERXLEBEN, P

29, OLAOLUWA FALEMI, DB

2013 made seven punts (42.4 avg.) with one touchback, one fair catch and one going for over 50 yards against Iowa State (10/12)... punted four times averaging 46.5 yards (long 55) with two punts going inside the 20-yard line at Kansas (10/5)... averaged 49.5 yards/punt on two punts with one touchback and a 50-yard punt in home opener against Stephen F. Austin (9/7)... made season debut making six punts (258 yards) averaging 43.0 yards/punt with a long of 56 yards and with three punts going inside the 20-yard line in the season opener at SMU (8/30).

2013 made two tackles (one solo) against Iowa State (10/12)... third on the team with five tackles (all solo) at Kansas (10/5)... made one tackle (assisted) against Texas State (9/21)... posted four tackles (all solo) against No. 24 TCU (9/12)... made two tackles and broke up one pass in home opener against Stephen F. Austin (9/7)... made season debut with seven tackles (all solo) and one pass breakup in season opener at SMU (8/30).

PUNTING 2009 2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

G No. Yards 11 43 1756 12 57 2376 13 39 1629 6 19 840 42 158 6601

Lg Avg 55 40.8 59 41.7 60 41.8 56 44.2 60 41.8

CAREER HIGHS Punts________________________________________ 9, vs. Iowa State (2011) Punt Average___________________________________ 51.4, at Missouri (2011) Inside the 20______________________________________ 5, vs. Kansas (2009) Long Punt_________________________________________ 60, at TCU (2012) * Indicates most recent high

TACKLES 2012 2013 TOTAL

G UA A Total TFL Yds PD 12 5 3 8 0.0 0 0 6 19 2 21 0.0 0 2 18 24 5 29 0.0 0 2

FF FR Blkd 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF FR Blkd 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

CAREER HIGHS Tackles___________________________________________ 7, at SMU (2013) Tackles For Loss_____________________________________________ None Sacks___________________________________________________ None Interceptions______________________________________________ None Pass Breakups_____________________________1 2x, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013)* * Indicates most recent high

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2013 Texas Tech Football 8, SADALE FOSTER, RB

3, J.J. GAINES, DB

2013 tallied a career-high with 87 rushing yards on nine carries with his first rushing touchdown of the season and caught two passes for 17 yards against Iowa State (10/12) while collecting 108 all-purpose yards... rushed three times for 34 yards (11.3 avg.) at Kansas (10/5)... made two receptions for 55 yards (long 44) against Texas State (9/21)... caught a pass and rushed once for a combined 13 yards in home opener against Stephen F. Austin (9/7)... made season debut making one reception for seven yards and made one kick return for 17 yards in season opener at SMU (8/30).

2013 tallied one tackle (solo) against Iowa State (10/12)... made second career interception (return for 36 yards) and collected two tackles (two solo) at Kansas (10/5)... notched first career interception (23 yards on return) with seven tackles against No. 24 TCU (9/12)... intercepted TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin in the second quarter with Tech leading 10-0 at the 9:18 mark... was Tech's second interception of the season and the Red Raiders first pick off in Big 12 play since playing at TCU in 2012... posted one tackle (solo) in home opener against Stephen F. Austin (9/7)... made season debut with three tackles (all solo) in season opener at SMU (8/30).

TACKLES G UA A Total TFL Yds PD FF FR Blkd 2012 13 7 2 9 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 2013 5 13 3 16 0.0 0 2 0 0 0 TOTAL 18 20 5 25 0.0 0 2 0 0 0 INTERCEPTIONS G No. Yds TD Lg Avg/R Avg/G 2012 13 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 2013 5 2 59 0 36 29.5 11.8 TOTAL 18 2 59 0 36 29.5 3.3 CAREER HIGHS Tackles___________________________________________ 7, vs. TCU (2013) Tackles For Loss_____________________________________________ None Sacks___________________________________________________ None Interceptions___________________________________ 1 2x, at Kansas (2013)* Fumbles Recovered___________________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high RUSHING 2012 2013 TOTAL RECEIVING 2012 2013 TOTAL KICK RETURNS 2012 2013 TOTAL ALL PURPOSE 2012 2013 TOTAL

G Att Yds TD Lg Avg/C Avg/G 13 91 451 3 53 5.0 34.7 6 13 123 1 38 9.5 20.5 19 104 574 4 53 5.5 30.2 G Rec Yds TD Lg Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 13 18 88 0 22 1.4 4.9 6.8 6 11 117 0 44 1.8 10.6 19.5 19 29 205 0 44 1.5 7.1 10.8 G No. Yds TD Lg Avg/R Avg/G 13 18 392 0 40 21.8 30.2 6 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 19 18 392 0 40 21.8 20.6 G Rush Rec PR KR IR Total Avg/G 13 451 88 0 392 0 931 71.6 6 123 117 95 0 0 335 55.8 19 574 205 95 392 0 1266 66.6

CAREER HIGHS Rushes____________________________________ 11 2x, vs. Oklahoma (2012)* Rushing Yards__________________________________ 87, vs. Iowa State (2013) Rushing Touchdowns_____________________________ 1 4x, vs. Iowa State (2013)* Longest Rush_________________________________ 53, vs. West Virginia (2012) Receptions_______________________________________ 6, vs. Kansas (2012) Receiving Yards_________________________________ 55, vs. Texas State (2013) Receiving Touchdowns_________________________________________ None Longest Reception_______________________________ 44, vs. Texas State (2013) Total Touchdowns_______________________________ 1 4x, vs. Iowa State (2013)* Kickoff Returns_________________________________ 7, at Kansas State (2012) Kickoff Return Yards_____________________________ 116, at Kansas State (2012) Longest Kickoff Return______________________________ 40 2x, vs. Texas (2012)* All-Purpose Yards_______________________________ 137, at Kansas State (2012) * Indicates most recent high

91, KERRY HYDER, DL | TEAM CAPTAIN - Needs 3 sacks to move into the Texas Tech top-10 list for career sacks... Has 11 career sacks. 2013 ranks 14th in the NCAA in tackles for a loss (9)... led the team with nine tackles (eight solo), 1.5 tackles for a loss and posted two quarterback hurries at Iowa State (10/12)... matched a career-high with 2.5 tackles for a loss and tallied five tackles (three solo) with one sack at Kansas (10/5)... recorded two tackles (one solo) with 1.5 tackles for a loss of eight yards with a forced fumble and recovered fumble against Texas State (9/21)... made five tackles (four solo) against No. 24 TCU (9/12)... collected one tackle (for a loss) in home opener against Stephen F. Austin (9/7)... made season debut recording five tackles (3 solo), two tackles for a loss, two quarterback hurries, one sack (10th career) and one forced fumble in season opener at SMU (8/30).

TACKLES 2010 2011 2012 2013 TOTAL SACKS 2010 2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

G UA A Total 11 6 7 13 12 29 13 42 13 42 14 56 6 20 7 27 42 97 41 138

TFL Yds 3.5 17 5.0 10 14.0 47 9.0 30 31.5 104

PD 2 3 4 0 9

FF FR Blkd 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 1 0 5 2 0

G UA A Total Yds 11 2 0 2.0 16 12 1 1 1.5 4 13 5 1 5.5 29 6 2 0 2.0 9 42 10 2 11.0 58

CAREER HIGHS Tackles_________________________________________ 11, vs. Baylor (2012) Tackles For Loss_________________________________ 2.5 3x, at Kansas (2013)* Sacks_________________________________________2, at Iowa State (2012) Interceptions______________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered______________________________1 2x, vs. Texas State (2013)* * Indicates most recent high

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2013 Texas Tech Football 11, JAKEEM GRANT, WR

9, BRANDEN JACKSON, LB

2013 made five catches for 90 yards with a touchdown while posting 136 all-purpose yards against Iowa State (10/12)... set a career-high in receptions (7) and receiving yards (92) at Kansas (10/5) in Big 12 road opener... made four receptions for 59 yards (long 51) against Texas State (9/21)... has posted over 100 all-purpose yards in three of his last five games dating back to last season... notched five catches for 38 yards (long 14) against No. 24 TCU (9/12)... tallied 150 all-purpose yards with 77 receiving yards on four catches with one touchdown, 15 rushing yards on two carries and returned two kickoffs for 58 yards (long 37) in home opener against Stephen F. Austin (9/7)... made season debut with five catches for 38 yards receiving with one touchdown catch (4th career) in season opener at SMU (8/30).

2013 collected five tackles (four solo) with 2.5 tackles for a loss and for the second straight game recorded a sack (loss of 7) against Iowa State (10/12)... recorded first career sack, notched a pair of tackles for a loss and broke up a pass at Kansas (10/5)... had one tackle (solo) against Texas State (9/21)... made three tackles (two solo) against No. 24 TCU (9/12)... recorded one tackle (solo) in home opener against Stephen F. Austin (9/7)... made season debut collecting four tackles (1 solo) with 0.5 tackles for a loss in season opener at SMU (8/30).

TACKLES 2012 2013 TOTAL SACKS 2012 2013 TOTAL

G UA A Total 13 17 2 19 6 10 6 16 19 27 8 35

TFL Yds 0.0 0 5.0 25 5.0 25

PD 1 1 2

FF FR Blkd 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

G UA A Total Yds 13 0 0 0.0 0 6 2 0 2.0 17 19 2 0 2.0 17

CAREER HIGHS Tackles_________________________________________ 7, vs. Kansas (2012) Tackles For Loss_________________________________ 2.5, vs. Iowa State (2013) Sacks______________________________________ 1 2x, vs. Iowa State (2013)* Interceptions______________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered___________________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

24, BRUCE JONES, DB 2013 made five tackles (four solo) with one tackle for a loss against Iowa State (10/12)... broke up three passes and tallied two tackles (one solo) at Kansas (10/5)... collected four tackles (all solo) with a tackle for a loss, forced a fumble and broke up one pass against Texas State (9/21)... broke up two passes and made five tackles (all solo) against No. 24 TCU (9/12)... made season debut recording two tackles (both solo) with one tackle for a loss in season opener at SMU (8/30). RECEIVING 2012 2013 TOTAL

G Rec Yds TD Lg Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 13 33 287 3 42 2.5 8.7 22.1 6 30 394 3 51 5.0 13.1 65.7 19 63 681 6 51 3.3 10.8 35.8

KICK RETURNS 2012 2013 TOTAL

G 13 6 19

No. 6 6 12

Yds TD 237 2 141 0 378 2

RUSHING 2012 2013 TOTAL

G Att Yds TD 13 8 19 0 6 8 53 0 19 16 72 0

Lg 99 37 99

Lg 14 18 18

Avg/R 39.5 23.5 31.5

Avg/C 2.4 6.6 4.5

Avg/G 18.2 23.5 19.9

Avg/G 1.5 8.8 3.8

CAREER HIGHS Receptions________________________________________ 7, at Kansas (2013) Yards__________________________________________ 92, at Kansas (2013) Touchdowns__________________________________ 1 6x, vs. Iowa State (2013)* Longest Reception_______________________________ 51, vs. Texas State (2013) All-Purpose Yards____________________________150, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013) Kickoff Returns__________________________________ 3, vs. Minnesota (2012) Kickoff Return Yards______________________________119, vs. Minnesota (2012) Longest Kickoff Return_____________________________ 99, vs. Minnesota (2012) Kickoff Return for a Touchdown_______________________1 2x, vs. Minnesota (2012)* * Indicates most recent high

TACKLES G UA A Total TFL Yds PD FF FR Blkd 2012 13 27 4 31 2.0 10 7 0 0 0 2013 6 16 2 18 3.0 5 6 1 0 0 TOTAL 19 43 6 49 5.0 15 13 1 0 0 CAREER HIGHS Tackles_____________________________________ 5 5x, vs. Iowa State (2013)* Tackles For Loss_____________________________________ 2, vs. Texas (2012) Sacks___________________________________________________ None Interceptions______________________________________________ None Pass Breakups___________________________________ 3 2x, at Kansas (2013)* * Indicates most recent high

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2013 Texas Tech Football 4, BRADLEY MARQUEZ, WR

6, BAKER MAYFIELD, QB

- Has made at least one catch in 23-of-24 career games played. - Became the 1st Red Raider since 2011 (Eric Ward - 5 games) to record a touchdown reception during the first 4 games of the season.

TEXAS TECH ALL-TIME TRUE FRESHMAN STARTING QUARTERBACKS - Ron Reeves (9 starts, 1978) 77-of-161, 1,195 passing yards, 9 TD, 8 INT - Aaron Keesee (7 starts, 1984) 70-of-140, 755 passing yards, 6 TD, 7 INT - Baker Mayfield (5 starts, 2013) 132-of-201, 1,488 passing yards, 8 TD, 5 INT

2013 ranks 21st in the NCAA in receiving touchdowns (5)... has at least one touchdown reception in five of six games played this season... notched six catches for 50 yards with a touchdown against Iowa State (10/12)... made a pair of catches for 23 yards at Kansas (10/5)... needed only four games to surpass last season's receptions total... made six catches for 84 yards with a touchdown (long 39) against Texas State (9/21)... made three catches for 35 yards with a touchdown catch against No. 24 TCU (9/12)... caught two passes for 94 yards with one touchdown in home opener against Stephen F. Austin (9/7)... 60-yard reception and 94-yards receiving marked career-best... 60-yard reception marked the longest by a Red Raider since Jace Amaro's 61-yard reception against No. 4 West Virginia in 2012... made season debut catching six passes for 56 yards with one touchdown in season opener at SMU (8/30)... in three career season openers: 14 REC, 158 Yards, 2 TD...

- AT&T All-America National Player of the Week Finalist (9/1) - CBSSports.com National Rookie of the Week (9/2) - Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week (9/2) • Becomes Tech's first Big 12 Player of the Week in Week 1 since 2000 (Carlos Francis). • Becomes is the first freshman QB in Big 12 history to earn POW in Week 1. • Is the first freshman QB named Big 12 POW since Oct. 11, 2010 (Taylor Martinez, NEB). • Is 1-of-13 freshmen QBs in Big 12 history to earn Player of the Week. - Manning Award Quarterback of the Week (9/3) - CBSSports.com National Rookie of the Week (9/9) 2013 ranks 8th in the NCAA in completions/game (26.4)... ranks 15th in the NCAA in passing yards/game (297.6)... ranks 16th in the NCAA in total offense/game (321.4)... went 33-of-51 with an interception and 368 yards passing at Kansas (10/5)... Big 12 road opener against the Jayhawks marked second career 300yard passing performance... started and shared QB duties with fellow freshman Davis Webb against Texas State (9/21) going 14-of-20 for 124 yards with one interception... completed 21-of-40 for 216 yards with a touchdown and three interceptions against No. 24 TCU (9/12)... went 100 consecutive passes to begin career without making an interception... first INT came on his 101st career passing attempt in the first quarter against the Horned Frogs... played in only the first half of first career home game against Stephen F. Austin (9/7) completing 21-of-30 passes for 367 yards with three touchdowns... becomes the first Texas Tech true freshmen quarterback to throw for over 300 yards in their first two career starts... is the first Red Raider firstyear starting quarterback to throw for over 300 yards in first two starts since 2009 (junior QB Taylor Potts). CAREER DEBUT AT SMU (9/3) BCS HISTORY: Is believed to be the first true freshman walk-on that has ever started a season-opener at quarterback for a BCS program... Became the first true freshman quarterback in school history to start at quarterback in the season opener. CAREER DEBUT: Passed for 413 yards on 43-of-60 passing with four touchdowns through the air and one rushing touchdown without throwing an interception in career debut in season opener at SMU (8/30)... Tech won his debut with a 41-23 victory over SMU in Dallas. DEBUT SCHOOL RECORDS: 43 completions in a starting debut... 413 passing yards on the road for a freshman... 429 yards of total offense for a freshman.

RECEIVING G Rec Yds TD Lg Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 2011 12 25 240 1 37 2.1 9.6 20.0 2012 6 16 172 0 23 2.7 10.8 28.7 2013 6 25 342 5 60 4.2 13.7 57.0 TOTAL 24 66 754 6 60 2.8 11.4 31.4 KICK RETURNS G No. Yds TD Lg Avg/R Avg/G 2011 12 9 168 0 29 18.7 14.0 2012 6 1 22 0 22 22.0 3.7 2013 6 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 TOTAL 24 10 190 0 29 19.0 7.9 ALL PURPOSE G Rush Rec PR KR IR Total Avg/G 2011 12 8 240 0 168 0 416 34.7 2012 6 0 172 0 22 0 194 32.3 2013 6 0 342 0 0 0 342 57.0 TOTAL 24 8 754 0 190 0 952 39.7 CAREER HIGHS Receptions________________________________ 7, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Yards___________________________________ 94, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013) Touchdowns__________________________________ 1 6x, vs. Iowa State (2013)* Longest Reception___________________________ 60, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013) Kickoff Returns_____________________________________ 4, vs. Baylor (2011) Kickoff Return Yards_________________________________ 76, vs. Baylor (2011) All-Purpose Yards____________________________ 94, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013) * Indicates most recent high

WHERE HIS DEBUT RANKS: 413 passing yards and 43 completions both ranked second in the country among all FBS quarterbacks following week 1 of the season... Became the fifth Red Raider to pass for over 400 yards in a career debut (Cumbie, Hodges, Potts, Sheffield)... became the fifth Tech quarterback to throw for at least four touchdowns in a career debut (Cumbie, Hodges, Harrell, Sheffield)... 60 passing attempts ranks second in school history for a quarterback making a debut start (Sonny Cumbie – 66, vs. SMU, 2004)... 413 passing yards rank 52nd all-time in school history for a single game and 17th all-time on the road... 413 passing yards ranks second in school history by a freshman (Billy Joe Tolliver – 422, vs. TCU, 1985).

PASSING G Att Cmp Int Yds TD Lg Pct Avg/P Avg/G Effic 2013 5 201 132 5 1488 8 60 65.7 7.4 297.6 136.0 TOTAL 5 201 132 5 1488 8 60 65.7 7.4 297.6 136.0 RUSHING G Att Yds TD Lg Avg/C Avg/G 2013 5 45 119 2 22 2.6 23.8 TOTAL 5 45 119 2 22 2.6 23.8 CAREER HIGHS Pass Attempts_______________________________________60, at SMU (2013) Pass Completions_____________________________________43, at SMU (2013) Passing Yards______________________________________ 413, at SMU (2013) Passing Touchdowns___________________________________ 4, at SMU (2013) Longest Pass_______________________________ 60, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013) Rushing Yards______________________________ 66, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013) * Indicates most recent high

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2013 Texas Tech Football 5, TRE' PORTER, DB

43, JACKSON RICHARDS, DL

- Leads all active Red Raiders with 160 career tackles (129 solo, 31 assisted).

- Became the first Red Raider with a sack, forced fumble and fumble recovery in the same game since 2010 (Scott Smith, at New Mexico).

2013 notched four tackles (three solo) with one pass breakup against Iowa State (10/12)... made one tackle (assisted) at Kansas (10/5)... made three tackles (two solo) against Texas State (9/21)... tied for the team lead (Will Smith) with nine tackles (all solo)... second on the team with six tackles (Awe, 8) in home opener against Stephen F. Austin (9/7)... made seven tackles (5 solo) and forced one fumble in season debut at SMU (8/30).

TACKLES G UA A Total TFL Yds PD FF FR Blkd 2010 13 61 15 76 4.0 8 7 0 0 0 2011 7 21 3 24 0.0 0 3 0 1 0 2012 11 22 8 30 1.0 1 2 0 0 0 2013 6 25 5 30 0.0 0 1 1 0 0 TOTAL 37 129 31 160 5.0 9 13 1 1 0 INTERCEPTIONS G No. Yds TD Lg Avg/R Avg/G 2010 13 1 13 0 13 13.0 1.0 2011 7 1 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 2012 11 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 2013 6 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 TOTAL 37 2 13 0 13 6.5 0.4 CAREER HIGHS Tackles_________________________________________ 12, vs. Baylor (2010) Tackles For Loss________________________________ 1 5x, vs. Oklahoma (2012)* Sacks___________________________________________________ None Interceptions_________________________________ 1 2x, at Oklahoma (2011)* Fumbles Recovered________________________________ 1, vs. Iowa State (2011) * Indicates most recent high

2013 ranks 25th in the NCAA in fumble recoveries (2)...had a career-game recording four tackles (all solo) with two tackles for a loss, one sack, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery at Kansas (10/5)... recorded one tackle (solo) against Texas State (9/21)... made first career interception (20 yard return) with the Red Raiders leading TCU 10-3 with 30 seconds left in the third quarter off TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin... marked the first multiple interception game for the Red Raiders since playing at TCU in 2012... recovered a fumble and broke up a pass in home debut against Stephen F. Austin (9/7)... became the first Tech defensive player to recover a fumble since Kerry Hyder at Iowa State in 2012... made season debut with one tackle (assisted) in season opener at SMU (8/30).

10, PETE ROBERTSON, LB 2013 broke up two passes and added a quarterback hurry against Iowa State (10/12)... tallied three tackles (all assisted) at Kansas (10/5)... made four tackles (two solo) with 1.5 tackles for a loss and broke up a pass while posting first career interception with a pick against Texas State (9/21) on the Red Raider one-yard line to prevent a Bobcats touchdown... recorded three tackles (2 solo) with one tackle for a loss in home opener against Stephen F. Austin (9/7)... made season debut matching a team-high with eight tackles (3 solo) with one sack and 1.5 tackles for a loss of six yards in season opener at SMU (8/30)... tied for the team-high with eight tackles with Austin Stewart.

TACKLES G UA A Total TFL Yds PD FF FR Blkd 2011 3 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 1 0 2012 12 16 4 20 1.5 15 0 1 0 0 2013 6 12 12 24 4.0 13 4 0 0 0 TOTAL 21 28 16 44 5.5 28 4 1 1 0 SACKS G UA A Total Yds 2011 3 0 0 0.0 0 2012 12 1 1 1.5 15 2013 6 0 1 0.5 4 TOTAL 21 1 2 2.0 19 INTERCEPTIONS G No. Yds TD Lg Avg/R Avg/G 2011 3 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 2012 12 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 2013 6 1 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 TOTAL 21 1 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 CAREER HIGHS Tackles___________________________________________ 8, at SMU (2013) Tackles For Loss______________________________ 1.5 2x, vs. Texas State (2013)* Sacks__________________________________________ 1 2x, at SMU (2013)* Forced Fumbles_____________________________ 1, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Interceptions___________________________________ 1, vs. Texas State (2013) * Indicates most recent high

TACKLES 2011 2012 2013 TOTAL SACKS 2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

G UA A Total TFL Yds PD 12 13 4 17 2.5 11 1 13 23 6 29 3.5 8 2 6 5 1 6 2.0 10 2 31 41 11 52 8.0 29 5 G UA A Total Yds 12 1 0 1.0 6 13 0 0 0.0 0 6 1 0 1.0 8 31 2 0 2.0 14

FF FR Blkd 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 2 2 0

CAREER HIGHS Tackles_______________________________________ 5 2x, vs. Kansas (2012)* Tackles For Loss_____________________________________ 2, at Kansas (2013) Sacks________________________________________ 1 2x, at Kansas (2013)* Interceptions______________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered________________________________ 1 2x, at Kansas (2013)* * Indicates most recent high

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2013 Texas Tech Football 7, WILL SMITH, LB

30, AUSTIN STEWART, DB

- Has led or tied for team lead in tackles in three consecutive weeks. (vs. TCU/vs. Texas State/at KU).

2013 posted a sack for the second straight week while also notching three tackles (all solo) with a pass breakup against Iowa State (10/12)... recorded first career sack and made three tackles (all solo) with a forced fumble at Kansas (10/5)... posted two tackles (both solo) and one tackle for a loss in home debut against Stephen F. Austin (9/7)... made season debut matching a team-high eight tackles (7 solo) and led the team with two pass breakups in season opener at SMU (8/30).

2013 made six tackles (all solo) with a quarterback hurry against Iowa State (10/12)... led or tied for the team lead in tackles for the third consecutive game with six tackles (five solo) with a sack and a quarterback hurry at Kansas (10/5)... became the first Red Raider to score a touchdown after picking up a fumble since 2011 (Cornelius Douglas, vs. No. 2 Oklahoma State) with a nine-yard return against Texas State (9/21) and led the team with eight tackles (five solo) with one tackle for a loss... fumble recovery for a touchdown gave Tech a 10-0 lead 32 seconds into the second quarter... tied for the team lead (Tre' Porter) with nine tackles (five solo) and broke up one pass against No. 24 TCU (9/12)... made two tackles (both solo) in home opener against Stephen F. Austin (9/7)... made season debut making seven tackles (four solo) with 1.5 tackles for a loss of 10 yards on 1.5 sacks in season opener at SMU (8/30).

TACKLES 2012 2013 TOTAL

G UA A Total TFL Yds PD 13 34 21 55 1.5 6 0 6 27 11 38 3.5 14 1 19 61 32 93 5.0 20 1

SACKS 2012 2013 TOTAL

G UA A Total Yds 13 0 0 0.0 0 6 2 1 2.5 12 19 2 1 2.5 12

FF FR Blkd 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TACKLES 2012 2013 TOTAL

G UA A Total TFL Yds PD 4 2 0 2 0.0 0 0 6 15 1 16 3.0 16 3 10 17 1 18 3.0 16 3

SACKS 2012 2013 TOTAL

G UA A Total Yds 4 0 0 0.0 0 6 2 0 2.0 15 10 2 0 2.0 15

FF FR Blkd 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0

CAREER HIGHS Tackles___________________________________________ 9, vs. TCU (2013) Tackles For Loss_____________________________________ 1.5, at SMU (2013) Sacks____________________________________________ 2, at SMU (2013) Interceptions______________________________________________ None Fumbles Recovered___________________________________________ None * Indicates most recent high

CAREER HIGHS Tackles___________________________________________ 8, at SMU (2013) Tackles For Loss________________________________ 1 3x, vs. Iowa State (2013)* Sacks______________________________________ 1 2x, vs. Iowa State (2013)* Interceptions______________________________________________ None Pass Breakups_______________________________________ 2, at SMU (2013) * Indicates most recent high

42, TAYLOR SYMMANK, P

18, ERIC WARD, WR | TEAM CAPTAIN

2013 kicked off seven times for 414 yards (59.1 avg.) with three touchbacks against Iowa State (10/12)... averaged 60.6 yards on seven kickoffs and punted once for 42 yards at Kansas (10/5)... made four punts for 134 yards (33.5 avg.) with one punt going inside the 20 yard line against Texas State (9/21)... punted six times for an average of 47.2 yards with three punts going at least 50 yards and with three punts going inside the 20-yard line against No. 24 TCU (9/12)... made first career punt (45 yards) - one that went inside the 20-yard line - in first career home game against Stephen F. Austin (9/7)... made career debut in season opener at SMU (8/30) with one kickoff (65 yards - touchback).

- Ranked 4th on school's career receiving touchdowns list (26). - Ranked 7th on school's career receptions list (206). - Ranked 9th on school's career receiving yards list (2,320). - Is 1-of-2 players in school history with at least 11 touchdown receptions in back-to-back seasons (2011-12) joining two-time Biletnikoff Award winner Michael Crabtree (2007-08).

PUNTING G No. Yards Lg Avg 2013 6 12 504 60 42.0 TOTAL 6 12 504 60 42.0 CAREER HIGHS Kickoffs_____________________________________ 7 2x, vs. Iowa State (2013)* Kickoff Yards_____________________________________ 424, at Kansas (2013) Kickoff Average______________________________ 60.6 (7 att.), at Kansas (2013) Punts____________________________________________ 6, vs. TCU (2013) Punt Average______________________________________47.2, vs. TCU (2013) Inside the 20________________________________________ 3, vs. TCU (2013) Long Punt_________________________________________60, vs. TCU (2013) * Indicates most recent high

2013 back-to-back games with seven receptions while posting 61 receiving yards and a touchdown against Iowa State (10/12)... first catch against the Cyclones gave him 200 for his career becoming the eighth Red Raider with 200 career catches... made seven catches for 122 yards with a touchdown at Kansas (10/5)... marked second time this season with at least 100 receiving yards (9th career)... caught four passes for 35 yards with first touchdown of the season (24th career) against Texas State (9/21)... did not record a catch in TCU game - snapped a streak of 27 consecutive games making at least one catch... only saw action in the first half - including just part of the second quarter - in home opener against Stephen F. Austin (9/7) making three catches for 36 yards... made season debut with 13 receptions for 150 receiving yards in season opener at SMU (8/30)... marked eighth career 100-yard receiving game... tallied his fifth career game with at least 10 receptions... 13 receptions ranks tied for seventh in school history for catches in a single-game and ranks second all-time at Tech in season openers (15, Robert Johnson, vs. SMU - 2006)... 13 catches and 150 receiving yards ranked third in the nation among all FBS players during the first week of the season.

RECEIVING G Rec Yds TD Lg Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 2010 11 6 63 0 14 0.5 10.5 5.7 2011 12 84 800 11 48 7.0 9.5 66.7 2012 12 82 1053 12 39 6.8 12.8 87.8 2013 6 34 404 3 37 5.7 11.9 67.3 TOTAL 41 206 2320 26 48 5.0 11.3 56.6 CAREER HIGHS Receptions_______________________________________ 16, vs. Baylor (2011) Yards_________________________________________ 180, vs. Kansas (2012) Touchdowns______________________________________ 3 2x, at TCU (2012)* Longest Reception________________________________ 48, at Oklahoma (2011) All-Purpose Yards__________________________________ 180, vs. Kansas (2012) * Indicates most recent high

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2013 Texas Tech Football 21, DeANDRE WASHINGTON, RB

7, DAVIS WEBB, QB

2013 rushed 13 times for 88 yards - setting a new career-high - with a rushing touchdown against Iowa State (10/12)... previous career-high in rushing yards was 85 as a freshman against No. 1 Oklahoma on the road in 2011... marked the first time during career with a pair of rushing touchdowns and carried 10 times for 16 yards at Kansas (10/5)... was the only player on either team to post two touchdowns in the game against the Jayhawks... touchdowns gave him three for the season (5th and 6th career)... had 10 carries for 38 yards (long 8) and caught one pass for eight yards against Texas State (9/21)... carried eight times for 19 yards (long 16) and made three catches for 49 yards (long 48)... against No. 24 TCU (9/12)... rushed eight times for 37 yards with a rushing touchdown - his first since the 2011 season - in home opener against Stephen F. Austin (9/7)... rushing touchdown marked his first since Oct. 15, 2011 (vs. K-State)... also caught three passes for seven yards against the 'Jacks... made season debut with four carries for nine yards rushing with three receptions for 10 yards in season opener at SMU (8/30)... marked his first game played since suffering a season-ending knee injury in 2011 at Missouri (11/19/11) that caused him to miss the entire 2012 season due to rehab.

2013 went 35-of-56 for 415 yards passing and three touchdowns with one interception in first career start against Iowa State (10/12)... 415 yards passing marked the most by a Big 12 player through week six... 415 yards passing against the Cyclones marked the 34th most passing yards in a single-game in school history (2nd most ever by a TTU freshman - Billy Joe Tolliver, 422 vs. TCU in 1985)... 415 passing yards are the most by a Red Raider in his first career start since 2009 (Steven Sheffield - 490 vs. K-State)... 415 yards passing in first career start ranks fourth in school history (Sheffield - 490 in 2009... Cumbie - 470 in 2004... Hodges - 454 in 2005)... entered in the third quarter in a back-up role and finished going 3-of-6 for 36 yards and two touchdown passes against Kansas (10/5) in just over a quarter's worth of action... entered in the second quarter and finished with first career 300-yard passing game against Texas State (9/21) with 19-of-43 passing with 310 yards and two touchdowns with two interceptions against the Bobcats in Tech's 33-7 victory... entered in a back-up role in the fourth quarter and led Tech to a game-winning touchdown with a 19-yard touchdown in the back corner of the end zone to WR Bradley Marquez giving Tech a 17-10 lead over No. 24 TCU (9/12) with 3:48 left in the game... went 3-of-4 with 77 yards passing and one touchdown against the Horned Frogs... made career debut in a back-up role to start the third quarter against Stephen F. Austin (9/7) in Week 2 during home opener... passed for 127 yards and one touchdown on 11-of-17 passing with two interceptions during career debut... became the second true freshman quarterback to play for the Red Raiders in 2013 (Baker Mayfield).

RUSHING 2011 2013 TOTAL RECEIVING 2011 2013 TOTAL

G Att Yds TD Lg Avg/C Avg/G 12 77 366 3 23 4.8 30.5 6 53 207 4 19 3.9 34.5 18 130 573 7 23 4.4 31.8 G Rec Yds TD Lg Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 12 19 109 0 26 1.6 5.7 9.1 6 14 100 0 48 2.3 7.1 16.7 18 33 209 0 48 1.8 6.3 11.6

CAREER HIGHS Rushes_______________________________________ 16, at Oklahoma (2011) Rushing Yards__________________________________ 88, vs. Iowa State (2013) Rushing Touchdowns_____________________________ 1 5x, vs. Iowa State (2013)* Receptions_______________________________ 4 2x, vs. Oklahoma State (2011)* Receiving Yards_____________________________ 49, vs. Oklahoma State 9(2010) Receiving Touchdowns_________________________________________ None Total Touchdowns___________________________1 4x, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013)* Longest Rush__________________________________ 23, vs. Texas State (2011) Longest Reception____________________________________48, vs. TCU (2013) All-Purpose Yards___________________________________ 126, at Texas (2011) * Indicates most recent high

PASSING G Att Cmp Int Yds TD Lg Pct Avg/P Avg/G Effic 2013 5 126 71 5 965 9 51 56.3 7.7 193.0 136.3 TOTAL 5 126 71 5 965 9 51 56.3 7.7 193.0 136.3 RUSHING G Att Yds TD Lg Avg/C Avg/G 2013 5 9 4 0 8 0.4 0.8 TOTAL 5 9 4 0 8 0.4 0.8 CAREER HIGHS Pass Attempts__________________________________ 56, vs. Iowa State (2013) Pass Completions________________________________ 35, vs. Iowa State (2013) Passing Yards__________________________________415, vs. Iowa State (2013) Passing Touchdowns_______________________________ 3, vs. Iowa State (2013) Longest Pass___________________________________ 51, vs. Texas State (2013) Rushing Yards__________________________________ 14, vs. Texas State (2013) * Indicates most recent high

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2013 Texas Tech Football 37, QUINTON WHITE, RB

34, KENNY WILLIAMS, RB | TEAM CAPTAIN

2013 through six games - averaging 10.0 yards/carry (13 rushes, 130 yards)... carried four times for 25 yards (6.2 avg.) at Kansas (10/5)... averaged 8.5 yards per carry with 34 yards on four rushes against Texas State (9/21) with a 21-yard run - the longest by any Red Raider in the game... averaged 14.2 yards per carry on five rushes for 71 yards with a touchdown in home opener against Stephen F. Austin (9/7)... had a 38-yard run against the Lumberjacks during first career home game... made career debut in season opener at SMU (8/30).

2013 has rushed for at least one touchdown in 3-of-6 games this season... made 17 carries for 80 yards with a rushing touchdown (long 17 yards) against Iowa State (10/12)... rushed 12 times for 42 yards with a rushing touchdown at Kansas (10/5)... touchdown marked third of the season (10th career)... made eight carries for 17 yards (long 8) against Texas State (9/21)... rushed five times for 16 yards (long 14) and caught a 50-yard touchdown pass from Baker Mayfield one minute and nine seconds into the game giving Texas Tech a 7-0 lead over No. 24 TCU... scored a pair of rushing touchdowns on seven carries for 36 yards in home opener against Stephen F. Austin (9/7)... marked his first multiple rushing touchdowns game of the season (2nd career)... became the first Red Raider with multiple rushing touchdowns in a game since Eric Stephens against Northwestern State (2012 season opener)... made season debut rushing nine times for seven yards in season opener at SMU (8/30).

RUSHING G Att Yds TD Lg Avg/C Avg/G 2013 6 13 130 1 38 10.0 21.7 TOTAL 6 13 130 1 38 10.0 21.7 ALL PURPOSE G Rush Rec PR KR IR 2013 6 130 0 0 0 0 TOTAL 6 130 0 0 0 0

Total Avg/G 130 21.7 130 21.7

CAREER HIGHS Rushes___________________________________ 5, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013) Rushing Yards______________________________ 71, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013) Rushing Touchdowns___________________________ 1, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013) Longest Rush______________________________ 38, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013) Receptions________________________________________________ None Receiving Yards_____________________________________________ None Receiving Touchdowns_________________________________________ None Longest Reception___________________________________________ None Total Touchdowns_____________________________ 1, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013) Kickoff Returns_____________________________________________ None Kickoff Return Yards__________________________________________ None Longest Kickoff Return_________________________________________ None All-Purpose Yards____________________________ 71, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013) * Indicates most recent high

RUSHING 2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

G Att Yds TD 10 43 135 2 13 143 824 5 6 58 198 4 29 244 1157 11

Lg 17 47 18 47

Avg/C 3.1 5.8 3.4 4.7

Avg/G 13.5 63.4 33.0 39.9

RECEIVING 2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

G Rec Yds TD Lg Rec/G 10 6 52 0 15 0.6 13 16 163 1 24 1.2 6 11 112 1 50 1.8 29 33 327 2 50 1.1

Avg/C Avg/G 8.7 5.2 10.2 12.5 10.2 18.7 9.9 11.3

CAREER HIGHS Rushes__________________________________________18, vs. Texas (2012) Rushing Yards_________________________________ 105, vs. New Mexico (2012) Rushing Touchdowns_________________________2 2x, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013)* Longest Rush_______________________________________ 47, at TCU (2012) Total Touchdowns___________________________2 2x, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013)* Receptions_____________________________________ 4, vs. Iowa State (2013) Receiving Yards____________________________________ 56, vs. vs. TCU (2013) Receiving Touchdowns__________________________________ 1, vs. TCU (2013) Longest Reception__________________________________ 56, vs. vs. TCU (2013) All-Purpose Yards________________________________121, vs. Iowa State (2013) * Indicates most recent high

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Ttu notes game 7 (west virginia)  

Texas Tech Game Notes for the West Virginia Game on Oct. 19, 2013.