Final Facts From the Field ...
Texas Tech Notes
For the first time since 1977-78, Texas Tech has put together at least seven victories two seasons in a row.
Tech's last four TD passes have gone to Donnie Hart, all coming in the last three games.
Defensive end Tony Daniels had career-high three sacks
Malcolm McKenzie's 22-yard catch in the third quarter was his longest of the season. His three catches were a career high.
Byron Hanspard was his 16-game streak of consecutive 100-yard games snapped.
Robert Johnson's field goal block in the second quarter was Tech's first of the season.
Zebbie Lethridge became only the third Texas Tech quarterback to surpass the 5,000-yard mark for career passing yards.
Hanspard set a school record for career rushing attempts. His 28 carries gives him 760 for his career. The old record of 742 was set by James Gray from 1986-89. Hanspard finished the record season with 2,084 yards Ð the most in Tech history.
Broderick Simpson's second-quarter interception was the second of his career.
Tyrell Peters, with nine tackles today and 122 on the season, finishes his career in sixth place on the Sooners list for tackles by a linebacker.
The Sooners shut out the Red Raiders in the first half today, the first time the Sooners have shut out an opponent during the first half since the 1995 season opener against San Diego State, when the Sooners led at intermission 17-0.
With the loss today, the Sooners extended their home losing streak to eight games, finishing 0-5 at home this season. This is the first winless season at home since 1936, when they finished 0-2-2 at home.
Brian Lewis broke the Sooner record today for total punts in one season with five on the day and 76 on the season. That breaks the previous record by Mike Winchester with 73 in 1984.
Gana Joseph's eight tackles today brings his season total to 101, breaking the Sooner season record for tackles by a defensive back.
Brandon Daniels' 45-yard kickoff return in the third quarter was the longest for the Sooners this season. Also, his TD reception in the fourth quarter was his first as a Sooner.
Michael McDaniel's reception today brings his total number of receptions to 28 this season. That is 10th on the Sooner season reception list.
James Allen become the 12th Sooner to gain over 3,000 all-purpose yards in his career.
The eight losses for the Sooners is the most in school history.