Nov. 17, 2012
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No. 23 Texas Tech Notes
No. 24 Oklahoma State Notes
Weather conditions at kickoff: Sunny skies; 62 degrees; Winds from the S at 15 mph.
Today's game was televised on FSN and marked Texas Tech's second appearance on FSN this season.
Today's game marked the 40th meeting between Texas Tech and Oklahoma State.
Today's game marked the 972nd all-time game in Texas Tech history.
Texas Tech wore white jerseys, red pants and black helmets in today's game. This was the first time this season that Tech wore this uniform combination on the road.
Texas Tech won the opening coin toss and elected to defer. Texas Tech is now 3-8 this season in the opening coin toss.
Senior safety Cody Davis made his team-leading 47th career start today against Oklahoma State. Offensive linemen LaAdrian Waddle and Deveric Gallington both made their 36th consecutive starts in today's game.
Today's attendance was 55,341.
Today's game captains were seniors Austin Zouzalik and Cornelius Douglas.
Starters - (Offense) - (LT) LaAdrian Waddle, (LG) Beau Carpenter, (C) Deveric Gallington, (RG) Le'Raven Clark (RT) Terry McDaniel, (QB) Seth Doege, (H) Austin Zouzalik, (F) Kenny Williams, (Z) Tyson Williams, (X) Eric Ward, (Y) Darrin Moore (Defense) - (LE) Dartwan Bush, (DT) Delvon Simmons (NT) Kerry Hyder, (RE) Jackson Richards, (NICKEL) Tre' Porter, (MIKE) Will Smith, (SAM) Sam Eguavoen, (LC) Bruce Jones, (RC) Eugene Neboh, (RS) Cody Davis, (LS) DJ Johnson
TECH'S LOSS ...
Gives Texas Tech a 7-4 overall record and a 4-4 mark in Big 12 Conference action.
Gives Oklahoma State a four-game win streak over the Red Raiders and a five-game win streak at Boone Pickens Stadium.
Gives Texas Tech an all-time record of 21-16-3 against Oklahoma State.
Gives Tommy Tuberville a 130-76 career record.
Gives Tommy Tuberville a 20-16 record as the head coach of the Red Raiders.
Gives Tommy Tuberville an 0-3 record against Oklahoma State.
Gives Tommy Tuberville a career Big 12 record of 9-16.
EYE ON DOEGE
Late in the first half, Doege moved past former Tech quarterbacks Taylor Potts (2007-10) and Robert Hall (1990-93) into third place on the school's career passing yards list. Doege finished the game with 230 yards passing and now has 8,006 in his career.
Doege becomes just the third quarterback in school history to pass for 8,000 career yards... he joins Graham Harrell (15,793, 2005-08) and Kliff Kingsbury (12,429, 1999-02).
Doege moved past Taylor Potts into sixth place in school history for career all-purpose attempts.
Doege moved past Kliff Kingsbury (2000 - 3,418) into 10th place in school history for single-season passing yards. Doege has 3,575 passing yards this season.
Doege moved past Zebbie Lethridge into fourth place in school history for career passing attempts. Doege now has 1,102 career passing attempts.
Darrin Moore NOTCHES SECOND 100-YARD RECEIVING GAME THIS SEASON
Texas Tech senior WR Darrin Moore recorded his second 100-yard receiving game of the season and the fourth of his career.
Moore finished with nine catches for 140 yards... It also marked the fourth straight game a Tech player had at least 100 yards receiving.
Moore has made at least five catches in all 10 games played this season... he has at least five receptions in 12 consecutive games dating back to last season.
Moore's fourth-quarter touchdown reception marked his 14th touchdown catch over his last 12 games played - dates back to last season.
Moore has at least one touchdown reception in nine of his last 12 games played.
Moore has 11 receiving touchdowns this season and 20 for his career.
NOTING THE RED RAIDERS
Senior Eric Stephens scored Texas Tech's first points of the game on the first play of the second quarter when he took a direct snap out of the wildcat formation and scored on a 1-yard TD run. The touchdown tied the game at 7-7 and marked Stephens' fifth rushing touchdown of the season and the 21st of his career.
Senior Darrin Moore hauled in a career-long 57-yard pass in the final minute of the first quarter to put the Red Raiders down on the two-yard line and set up the first TD of the game. His previous career long was a 56-yard reception last season at New Mexico.
Texas Tech cut the OSU lead to 35-14 on a two-yard TD pass from Doege to Tyson Williams with 15 seconds remaining in the first half. That TD was the second of the season for Williams.
Junior defensive end Dartwan Bush recorded his fifth sack of the season in the fourth quarter. Bush now has eight sacks in his three-year Red Raider career.
Senior safety D.J. Johnson led the Red Raiders with nine tackles... it marks the second straight game he has led the team in tackles.
With 8:24 remaining in the game, Texas Tech freshman backup quarterback Michael Brewer entered the game.
Brewer threw a seven-yard touchdown pass to Darrin Moore with 2:51 left in the game. The touchdown gave Oklahoma State a 59-21 lead... it marked Brewer's first passing touchdown since throwing two in the season opener against Northwestern State.
Senior WR Tyson Williams recorded a career-high seven receptions... his previous career-high was four, which he accomplished twice (last against Kansas).
Texas Tech has now scored in 192 consecutive games dating back to Oct. 25, 1997.
Texas Tech had a punt blocked in the second quarter and that marked a first against the Red Raiders since Kansas State did so in 2008.
Texas Tech also had a second blocked punt early in the fourth quarter resulting in a touchdown. The last time Tech had a punt block returned for a touchdown was against K-State in 2008 in Manhattan.
Texas Tech tallied a rushing touchdown for the seventh consecutive game, which dates back to the Oklahoma game (2 rushing touchdowns)... last season the Red Raiders started the season with eight consecutive games with a rushing touchdown.