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Ricky Williams and the
Red Raiders look to
continue recent success
against the Aggies.

 

Texas Tech Weekly Football Release

Red Raiders head to College Station to battle Texas A&M.

October 18, 1998

#25 Texas Tech (6-1, 3-1)
vs.
#8 Texas A&M (5-1, 2-1)

Saturday, Oct. 24, 1998
Kyle Field
College Station, Texas
2:30 (ABC-TV)

Texas Tech Looks To Rebound Against Texas A&M
Texas Tech (6-1, 3-1 in the Big 12 South) travels to College Station to face the eighth-ranked Texas A&M Aggies (6-1, 3-0) Saturday in the Red Raiders' second-straight game against a nationally-ranked opponent. The Aggies defeated Baylor 35-14 last weekend in Waco, just one week after knocking-off No. 2-ranked Nebraska 28-21 in College Station. The game will be televised live by ABC Sports, marking the third time in history the two teams have played on the network and the first since the 1993 contest in Lubbock.

The two teams have met 56 times in history, with the Aggies winning 31 times against 24 losses and one tie. Spike Dykes is 5-6 against Texas A&M with all five wins coming off losses the previous week. In addition, the Aggies were nationally-ranked in four of the five Red Raider wins since 1987. Texas Tech has won the last three contests between the two teams.

Last Week for the Red Raiders
Despite outgaining Colorado by a wide 443-290 margin, the Red Raiders couldn't overcome three first quarter turnovers in a 19-17 loss at the 19th-ranked Buffaloes. CU kicker Jeremy Aldrich booted four field goals, all 29 yards or less, as a result of an outstanding defensive effort by the Red Raiders' SWARM unit. Of Colorado's 69 plays, just 10 were longer than 10 yards and four of those were in the Buffaloes' 91-yard final game-clinching scoring drive late in the game. Sophomore tailback Ricky Williams led the Red Raiders with 142 yards rushing, while junior quarterback Rob Peters threw for 213 yards on a career-high 17 completions and 30 attempts. Senior receiver Donnie Hart caught seven passes for 97 yards, while sophomore Derek Dorris gathered-in a career-high six receptions for 66 yards.

Spike Dykes
Spike Dykes, the "dean" of Big 12 coaches, enters the Texas A&M game looking to tie Pete Cawthon as the winningest coach in Texas Tech football history. In his 12th season as the head football coach, Dykes has surpassed Pete Cawthon for the longest tenure at that position at Texas Tech. With a record of 75-58-1, Dykes signed a contract extension following the 1997 season that ensures that he will remain the coach of the Red Raiders through the year 2000. Recognized as the first-ever Big 12 Coach of the Year in 1996, he has led the Red Raiders to seven-straight seasons of no lower than second-place conference or division finishes and six-straight bowl-eligible years. A 1959 graduate of Stephen F. Austin, Dykes has coached 10 All-Americas and 69 all-conference selections and his offensive squads have set over 77 individual or team school records. His philosophy of coaching... "I think you coach because you love kids. If you do that, every day is rewarding."

Radio / Television Coverage
The Texas A&M contest will be broadcast live on Texas Tech's network of radio stations throughout the state of Texas and Eastern New Mexico. Veteran play-by-play announcer Jack Dale returns for his 47th-straight year as the voice of the Red Raiders. John Harris (17th year) will handle the color commentary and Mark Finkner (1st year) will provide sideline reports. The game will also be available on the Internet through Broadast.com. A link to the broadcast is provided on the Texas Tech athletic website at www.texastech.com. In addition, for the first time ever, all Texas Tech football games will be broadcast in Spanish on KXTQ-FM/AM in Lubbock. Longtime Dallas Cowboys announcer Mario Montez will handle the play-by-play duties.

The Texas Tech at Texas A&M contest will be televised live by ABC Sports beginning at 2:30 p.m. as part of the Big 12 Conference television package.

Texas A&M Is...
The Aggies enter the Texas Tech contest with an impressive 6-1 record, including an undefeated 3-0 mark in the Big 12's South Division. The only loss for the Aggies was a 23-14 decision to the no-2-ranked Florida State Seminoles in the NACDA Kickoff Classic at the Meadowlands, N.J. The Aggies are one of three teams in the Big 12 that are undefeated in conference games this season.

Dante Hall leads the Aggies in rushing with 97.57 yards per game, while Randy McCown is the league's second-ranked passer. McCown, who passed for just eight yards on two completions against the Red Raiders in Lubbock last season, has earned the starting duties and is completing over 57 percent of his attempts. Junior Chris Cole is a favorite target, ranking among the league's top receivers in receptions and receiving yards.

As is usually the case, defense and special teams are a strong point for the Aggies. Punter Shane Lechler ranks fifth in the nation in punting average (45.63) and the Texas A&M defense is rated as the 12th-best in the nation. The Aggies are ranked 10th in the nation in turnover margin.

Texas Tech vs. Texas A&M: The Series
Texas Tech and Texas A&M have played 56 times in history with the Aggies holding a 31-24-1 series lead. The Aggies lead 9-13-1 at College Station all time, but hold a 1-5 edge in the last six meetings. The series is the oldest for the Red Raiders of its current conference rivals with the first game taking place in 1927, the third season of football for Texas Tech. Spike Dykes is 5-6 against Texas A&M as a head coach.

Talk About Thrillers....
Texas Tech has won the last three games against the Aggies by a total of 13 points. Only one of the last six games was decided by more than seven points and the last four games at Kyle Field have been decided by seven points or less.

1997: The Aggies outgained Texas Tech by a 284-215 margin in total offense and the two teams were nearly identical in its offensive outputs with 16 first downs each on 69 plays for Tech and 65 for A&M. Senior Tony Rogers, who had taken-over the kicking duties for the injured Jaret Greaser the previous week against Nebraska, booted three field goals in the game, including the dramatic 47-yard game-winner with just :19 left on the clock to untie a 13-13 knot. The kick looked wide right, but a well-calculated wind-gust (according to Rogers) pushed the ball into the right upright and it richocheted between the goalposts for the game-winner.

1996: Byron Hanspard rushed for a series record 198 yards but the Red Raider offense could score just just six points in three-and-a-half quarters of play. With Texas Tech trailing 10-6 Zebbie Lethridge connected with fullback Sammy Morris on a streak down the right sideline uncovered for an 81-yard game-winning scoring strike. Critical sacks by Tony Daniels in the two ensuing Aggie offensive series sealed the win, which was the first for a Texas Tech team at Kyle field since 1984.

1995: The eighth-ranked Aggies, despite a 341-267 offensive margin in the game, were held to a 7-7 tie until All-America linebacker Zach Thomas intercepted a Cory Pullig pass and returned it 23 yards with just :30 seconds on the clock to give the Red Raiders a 14-7 win at Jones Stadium. The win was the first for Spike Dykes against a top 10-ranked team and the school's first since 1986.

Texas Tech Retains Ranking
With a No. 25 ranking in the Associated Press poll this week, Texas Tech remains in the top-25 ranking in consecutive weeks for the first time since 1995 regular season. The No. 23 final ranking of that season followed a 55-41 win over Air Force in the Copper Bowl. Texas Tech has been ranked as high as fifth in its history (three weeks in 1976) and is 5-11 as a ranked team against ranked opponents all-time. The Red Raiders are also currently ranked 25th in the ESPN/USA Today coaches poll.

Texas Tech Has Hart
Senior All-America candidate split end Donnie Hart (Wolfforth, Texas) is Texas Tech's go-to receiver in clutch situations. Averaging 23.3 yards per catch, which is the second-highest per-catch average among the nation's top 31 receivers, Hart has caught 23 of his 31 passes for either a first down or touchdown this season. He has nine third down receptions and seven TD catches on the season. He is averaging a TD for every 4.4 catches.

Williams Moving Up Career Charts
Sophomore tailback Ricky Williams (Duncanville, Texas) has quickly moved into 10th on the Texas Tech career rushing list with 2,062 yards on the ground. Against OSU, Williams surpassed the 1,000-yard mark for the season, marking the second-fastest (six games) for a Texas Tech running back to achieve the feat. Williams currently has 1,168 yards on the season, which is eighth on the Red Raider single-season charts.

Williams Chart-Busters
SINGLE SEASON

Category    	No. 	Rank    Needed to Lead
Rushing Yards   1,168   8th 	916 to catch Hanspard
Rushing Attempts 214 	10th    125 to catch Hanspard
All-Purpose Yds 1,287       	989 to catch Hanspard
Tandem Yds  	1,287   11th    989 to catch Hanspard
Most TDs    	10      	12 to catch Morris

CAREER
Category    	No. 	Rank    Needed to Lead
Rushing Yards   2,062   10th    2,157 to catch Hanspard
Rushing Attempts 415     	345 to catch Hanspard
All-Purpose Yds 2,311       	2,845 to catch Anderson
Tandem Yds  	2,311       	2,804 to catch Hanspard
Most TDs    	13      	39 to catch Gray

Texas Tech's 1,000-Yard Rushers
        Player  	Car Yds     Avg. Year
    1.  Byron Hanspard  339 2084    6.1 1996
    2.  Byron Morris    298 1752    5.9 1993
    3.  James Gray  	263 1509    5.7 1989
    4.  Byron Hanspard  248 1374    5.5 1995
    5.  James Hadnot    273 1371    5.0 1979
    6.  James Hadnot    251 1369    5.5 1978
    7.  Byron Morris    242 1279    5.3 1992
    8.  Ricky Williams  214 1168    5.5 1998
    9.  Doug McCutchen  227 1068    4.7 1970
   10. James Gray  	199 1006    5.1 1987
Williams Remains In National Lead
It just so happens to be UT's rusher. After a 142-yard performance against CU, Williams moved back into third in the nation in rushing with a 166.8 yards per game average. Currently averaging 5.5 yards per carry, he is also among the nation's scoring leaders averaging 1.43 TDs per game. He rushed for the fifth-highest regular-season total ever for a Red Raider with 251 yards against Texas-El Paso in the season opener. His total yardage in that game was the highest in the nation for that week and his 42 carries vs. Fresno State was a career-high.

Last season Williams set a Red Raider freshman rushing record with 894 yards on 201 carries.

Williams should not be confused with talented University of Texas senior running back Ricky Williams. Both Rickys will be harder to recognize than in 1997 after changing jersey numbers. Texas Tech's Ricky now wears No. 2 (prep jersey #) after wearing No. 35 last season. UT's Ricky switched from No. 11 to No. 34 this season.

NCAA Rushing Leaders
    Player  	                Car Yds     Avg. YPG
1.  Ricky Williams, Texas       188 1225    6.5 204.17
2.  Devin West, Missouri        166 1051    6.3 175.17
3.  Ricky Williams, Texas Tech  214 1168    5.5 166.86
4.  Reuben Droughns, Oregon 	112 824     7.4 164.80
5.  Mike Cloud, Boston College  166 966     5.8 161.00

Single Game Rushing Performances
Yds Player  	    Opp         Year
287 Byron Hanspard  Baylor      1996
272 Hanspard        Okla. St.   1996
268 James Hadnot    N. Mexico   1978
257 Hanspard        USL         1996
251 Ricky Williams  UTEP        1998
244 Ricky Williamns Fresno St.  1998
*regular-season only

Williams vs First-Year Notables
Player  	Class   Year    No. Yds. Avg. TD
^Doug McCutchen Rs-So   1970    227 1068 4.7  3
Ricky Williams  Tr-Fr   1997    201 894 4.4   3
Byron Hanspard  Tr-Fr   1994    173 761 4.4   5
James Gray  	Rs-Fr   1986    108 613 5.7   4
^Donny Anderson Rs-So   1963    146 609 4.2   4
^Larry Isaac    Rs-So   1973    87  526 6.0   10
Byron Morris    Rs-Fr   1991    98  514 5.2   5
^Billy Taylor   Rs-So   1974    41  185 4.5
Anthony Lynn    Rs-Fr   1988    11  61  5.5   2
^~James Hadnot  Rs-So   1976    1   6   6.0   0
^played on freshman team - Picadores;
~played tight end as a redshirt freshman

He's Baaacckk
Junior Rob Peters (Katy, Texas) has established himself as the full-time starter since suffering shoulder and thumb injuries against UTEP in the season opener. Against CU, Peters started his second-straight game since the season-opener. He played sparingly at Iowa State following a sprained shoulder and fractured thumb suffered against the Miners. Peters entered the Baylor game in the third series and proceeded to set career-highs in virtually every offensive category. He rushed for 106 yards and passed for 226 in his first significant action of the year. Against Baylor, Peters became the first quarterback to surpass 100 rushing yards in a game since 1976.

Red Zone Defense
Texas Tech's SWARM defense has allowed just nine TDs in 23 trips inside the red zone through the first six games for a .391 TD percentage. All nine TDs have come in the last five games and five came in the final quarter of three of the last four games. (A complete breakdown of red-zone stats is later in this release)

Raiders Post Standout Record
Prior to last weekend's tight 19-17 loss at 19th-ranked Colorado, Texas Tech began the season with an undefeated 6-0 record for the first time since 1976 and for only the third time in school history following a 24-17 victory over Oklahoma State. In 1976, the Raiders began the season with an 8-1 mark and ended with a 10-2 record and Southwest Conference co-championship

Best Starts in School History

Year    6 Gms   7 Gms   8 Gms   Final Record
1976    6-0 	7-0 	8-0 	10-2
1938    6-0 	7-0 	8-0 	10-1
1940    5-0-1   6-0-1   7-0-1   9-1-1
1998    6-0 	6-1
1973    5-1 	6-1 	7-1 	11-1
1972    5-1 	6-1 	7-1 	8-4
1965    5-1 	6-1 	7-1 	8-3
1953    5-1 	6-1 	7-1 	11-1
1941    5-1 	6-1 	7-1 	9-2
1933    5-1 	6-1 	7-1 	8-1
1932    5-1 	6-1 	7-1 	10-2
Third-Down Defensive Stoppers
Texas Tech's SWARM defense has held opponents to just 30.3 percent conversion rate on third-down conversions through the first seven games. Opponents have converted just 33-of-109 third down attempts, including just 10-of-27 in the fourth quarter. Texas Tech is converting third downs at a 45.2 percent clip.

Red Raider Ground Defense
Texas Tech's rushing defense is ranked 11th in the nation after the first seven games of the season. Earlier this season, the SWARM defense limited Fresno State to just nine yards on the ground, the fewest since holding Kansas State to minus-12 yards in 1996. Last season, Texas Tech limited its conference opponents to an average of almost 80 fewer yards per game on the ground than their final averages.

1998 Rushing Defense
Opp Avg.        vs. Tech    Diff.
UTEP    first   121
North Texas     64.0    44  -20.0
Fresno State    153.0   9   -144.0
Iowa State      220.7   107 -113.7
Baylor          163.7   77  -86.7
Oklahoma State  221.0   195 -26.0
Colorado        103.7   117 +13.3
Texas A&M       184.9
Missouri        296.4
Texas           234.8
Oklahoma        200.4
Avg. as of Oct. 18
Reagor Named to Lombardi List
Senior Montae Reagor (Waxahachie, Texas) was named to the list of 12 semifinalists for the Rotary Lombardi Award, given to the nation's top college lineman. Called "one of the top 10 hitters in college football" by Sports Illustrated, Reagor is also a candidate for the Bronko Nagurski Award given to the nation's top defensive player by the Football Writers Association of America.

"He would get any vote that I've got for any team -- all-Big12 or all-American. I'm definitely going to list him on my Lombardi and Outland Trophy ballots." -- said Iowa State coach Dan McCarney.

"He's got a great motor and great skill and plays hard on every down. I think he is a guy who can come into the NFL and help on third down immediately. I'm not saying he can't be an every-down guy, but he's a player who can have an immediate impact, and to me that's a heck of a compliment. I've already told all my buddies in the NFL that he is the best player we've faced this season." -- said Fresno State coach Pat Hill, a former NFL assistant coach at Pittsburgh

Reagor One of Nation's Top Sackers
Montae Reagor has recorded five sacks this season to become the school's most prolific quarterback pass rusher. He passed Calvin Riggs (1983-86) to become the career record-holder with 19.5 sacks. One reason Reagor's sack numbers are down this season is due to opposing teams tailoring their gameplans to avoid his pass rush. He also has 16 quarterback pressures.

Career Sacks Chart

    Tot     Player          Years
    22.5    Montae Reagor   1995-98
    18.5    Calvin Riggs    1983-86
    17      Shawn Jackson   1991-93
    17      James Mosley    1985-88
    *regular-season only;  following CU game

Reagor Tops Tackle For Loss Charts
Reagor has recorded 16 tackles behind the line of scrimmage this season (following the CU game), which ties Zach Thomas for the single-season record with at least four games left on the schedule. He recorded four tackles for loss against Fresno State, passing All-America Gabriel Rivera as the school leader in that category. Against North Texas, Reagor recorded three tackles behind the line of scrimmage to surpass Zach Thomas on the career list with 31.

Career Tackles for Loss Chart

    Tot Player          Years
    43  Montae Reagor   1995-98
    34  Gabriel Rivera  1979-82
    29  Zach Thomas     1992-95
    *following CU game

Reagor Lauded by AFCA
Reagor was named to the AFCA's Good Works Team, which honors those who show exceptional dedication to community service and the betterment of the communities in which they live. He is Texas Tech's second-straight honoree. Dane Johnson received the award in 1997.

AFCA Good Works Team

Player          Pos School      Hometown
Steve Batten    LB  Kansas      Arvada, Colo.
Nate Brooks     DB  Miami       Miami, Fla.
Jimmy Carter    P   Kentucky    Dunwoody, Ga.
Jeff Hall       L   Tennessee   Winchester, Tenn.
Cecil Martin    FB  Wisconsin   Evanston, Ill.
Dat Nguyen      LB  Texas A&M   Rockport, Texas
Montae Reagor   DE  Texas Tech  Waxahachie, Texas
Matt Stinchcomb OL  Georgia     Lilburn, Ga.
Kevin Ward      LB  Cincinnati  Chantilly, Va.
Charles Wiley   RB  Georgia Tech Miami, Fla.
Ricky Williams  RB  Texas       San Diego, Calif.

Hart Candidate for Biletnikoff Award
Senior receiver Donnie Hart (Wolfforth, Texas) was the only Big 12 player named to the preseason "watch list" for the Biletnikoff Award for the nation's top receiver. He moved into third on the Texas Tech list for career receiving yards against Colorado. Against Baylor, he passed Rodney Blackshear and Wayne Walker for career receiving TDs with 15. Hart tied a career-high with two TD catches against OSU and, prior to the Colorado game, had caught a TD pass in every game this season.

Career Receiving Yards

    1.  Lloyd Hill (1990-93)        3,059
    2.  Wayne Walker (1985-88)      2,007
    3.  Donnie Hart (1995-  )       1,996
    4.  Rodney Blackshear (1987-91) 1,980
    5.  Sammy Williams (1974-77)    1,490
    6.  Donny Anderson (1963-65)    1,392

Career Receiving TDs
    1.  Lloyd Hill (1990-93)        20
    2.  Donnie Hart (1995-  )       17
    t3. Rodney Blackshear (1987-91) 14
    t3. Wayne Walker (1985-88)      14
    5.  Donny Anderson (1963-65)    12
National Turnover Margin Leader
According to research conducted by Pete Tredwell of ESPN, Texas Tech entered 1998 as the top team in the nation in turnover margin over the last five seasons. The Red Raiders have a plus-52 margin in turnovers, including a plus-12 last season. Penn State is second with a plus-40 margin. In 1997, the Red Raiders finished 11th in the nation in turnover margin with plus-1.00 per game.

1993-97 Turnover Margin 
    1.  Texas Tech  +52
    2.  Ohio State  +40
    3.  Penn State  +37
    4.  Colorado State  +36
    5.  Clemson +35
*prior to the 1998 season

Red Raiders Third-Best in Big 12
Since the formation of the Big 12 Conference prior to the 1996 season, Texas Tech is tied with Colorado and Texas A&M for the third-most conference wins in the league. Tech is one of only three teams to post at least five conference wins in each of its first two seasons in the Big 12.

Big 12 Wins Leaders

    Rank    Team    Record  Pct.
    1.  Nebraska    18-1    .947
    2.  Kansas State16-3    .842
    3.  Texas A&M   13-6    .684
    t4. Texas Tech  13-7    .650
    t4. Colorado    13-7    .650
    6.  Missouri    11-8    .579
    7.  Texas       10-9    .526
    8.  Oklahoma St.8-12    .400
    9.  Oklahoma    5-14    .263
    10. Kansas      5-16    .238
    11. Baylor      3-17    .150
    12. Iowa State  2-17    .105
*Through 10/18/98

Road Warriors
Despite the loss at Colorado, Texas Tech has fashioned an impressive 7-3 conference road record since the league began in 1996. The only other two teams the Red Raiders have not beaten on the road are nationally-ranked Nebraska and Kansas State over the first three seasons of the Big 12.

Big 12 Road Records

    Rank    Team    1996  1997  1998    Tot
    1.  Nebraska    4-0   4-0   0-1   8-1
    t2. Texas Tech  3-1   3-1   1-1   7-3
    t2. Texas A&M   3-1   2-2   2-0   7-3
    4.  Kansas St.  3-1   3-1   1-0   7-2
    5.  Colorado    3-1   2-2   1-0   6-3
    6.  Missouri    1-3   2-2   1-0   4-5
    7.  Oklahoma St.0-3   3-1   1-2   4-6
    8.  Oklahoma    2-2   1-2   0-1   3-5
    9.  Texas       2-1   0-4   0-1   2-5
    10. Kansas      2-2   0-4   0-3   2-9
    11. Iowa State  0-4   0-4   0-1   0-9
    12. Baylor      0-4   0-4   0-2   0-10
*Through 10/18/98
The Magic Number is 30
Texas Tech scored 30 points or more in its first five games for the first time in school history. The Red Raiders are currently averaging 28.9 points per game. The first five games included 35 points vs. UTEP, 30 vs. North Texas, 34 vs. Fresno State, 31 vs. Iowa State and 31 vs. Baylor.

Defensive Notes

  • Ranks 11th in the nation in rushing defense and 20th overall;
  • Limited Fresno State to just six yards rushing in the game; Held ISU's Darren Davis (who entered the game ranked sixth in the nation) to just 86 yards on 29 carries;
  • Held Baylor under 100 yards rushing for the third-straight season; Allowed just three points in the first two games against UTEP and North Texas and held its first four opponents to just one rushing TD this season.
  • Limited North Texas to just 125 yards of total offense, which was the lowest total allowed since holding TCU to 177 yards in a 49-17 win in 1977.

Interesting Defensive Note
The last time a running back from an unranked team rushed for over 100 yards against Texas Tech was when Shon Mitchell (15-for-150) and Ricky Williams (21-for-143) accomplished the feat for Texas in 1996 in Lubbock.

It's All Academic
The Red Raiders have several players worthy of consideration for Academic All-America honors this season. Junior quarterback Rob Peters (Katy, Texas) entered the season with a cumulative grade point average of over a 3.9 in his accounting major. Junior raider Keith Cockrum (Goldthwaite, Texas) has a perfect 4.0 g.p.a in his finance major. Junior raider Reagan Bownds (Eldorado, Texas) has over a 3.6 g.p.a. in his agribusiness major. Eight Red Raiders earned a perfect 4.0 in at least one semester during 1997-98. Texas Tech was second in the Big 12 in academic all-Big 12 selections in 1997 with 15.

The Nation's Heaviest
Texas Tech owns the largest starting offensive line in the nation, averaging 322.8 across the front line. The starting lineup for the five offensive line positions totals 1,614-pounds. The heavest player on the line is sophomore tackle Jonathan Gray (Lubbock, Texas). Nicknamed "The House," Gray was the Big 12's largest player in 1997. With the addition of backup Kyle Sanders at center (who started for Robert Haddon against Fresno State), the average increased to 324.2.

Nation's Heaviest O-Lines

    Rank    Team    Avg.    Heaviest
    1.  Texas Tech  322.8   357
    2.  Baylor      315.6   344
    3.  Wisconsin   315.4   368
    4.  Boise State 312.8   325
    5.  California  312.0   340
    6.  Wake Forest 311.0   328
    7.  Mississippi State   310.4   328
Starters Only;  As of 9/23/98

Red Raider 300 Pounders
*Jonathan Gray  OT  6-5 357
Nick Lee        OT  6-7 309
*Curtis Lowery  OG  6-4 320
Dan Martin      OG  6-4 318
*Steve McFadden OT  6-4 328
Matt Heider     OG  6-5 306
Shane Roberts   OG  6-4 302
Lance Williams  OG  6-2 316
Kyle Sanders    C   6-2 305
*Erik Carruth   OG  6-4 311
Justin Collingsworth OT  6-6 316
Jason Jones     DT  6-2 337
* indicates offensive line starter

Matt (no relation to Y.A.) Tittle
Senior Matt Tittle (Flower Mound, Texas) started four games for the Red Raiders and had impressive success, ranking as high as 19th in the nation in pass efficiency. He started his first career game against North Texas and set a career-high with 257 yards in the air. Tittle saw the first significant action since his high school days in the Texas-El Paso game following starter Rob Peters' departure due to a shoulder injury. Tittle had only attempted one pass as a Red Raider but finished the UTEP game completing 10-of-18 attempts for 172 yards and one TD. He connected on passes of 60-yards and 45-yards (for a TD) to Donnie Hart in the game.

Record-Setting Crowds
Texas Tech fans attended the first two games of the season in record numbers. With crowds of 41,087 against UTEP and 40,035 against Fresno State, this season marked the first time since 1981 Texas Tech drew crowds in excess of 40,000 for the first two home games at Jones Stadium. Three of Texas Tech's first four games have drawn in excess of 40,000 fans.

Youth Brigade
This season's Red Raider football team has only 17 seniors on the 105-man roster this season. The class breakdown for the current roster is: 39 freshmen (21 redshirt, 18 true), 30 sophomores, 19 juniors and 17 seniors.

With only 15 seniors on the squad last season, Texas Tech had one of the youngest teams in the Big 12 Conference. The 17-member senior class this season includes Darwin Brown, who lost a medical redshirt application and Kevin McCullar, who lost his freshman year as a partial qualifier.

Among the accomplishments of the Red Raiders seniors are: three-straight bowl appearances; never finishing lower than second in the conference or division; and advancing to the first Cotton Bowl since 1939. They have also defeated Texas A&M three-straight seasons and swept the in-state league rivals (Baylor, Texas, Texas A&M) in 1997.

Class Breakdown
Freshmen        39
    Redshirt    21  True    18
Sophomores      30
Juniors         19
Seniors         17
*105-man preseason roster
Tech Among Tops in Big 12 History
One overlooked aspect of Texas Tech's football program is its long history of success. Despite being the youngest school in the Big 12 (74th year of football this season), Texas Tech has been to 22 bowl games, which is among the top 20 in the nation, and has the fourth-best average wins per season in the league.

Entering 1997, Texas leads the list at 6.8 wins per season, while Nebraska and Oklahoma are second and third, respectively with a 6.7 and 6.6 average. Texas Tech is tied with Texas A&M for fourth with 5.7, while Colorado rounds out the top half of the league with an average of 5.6 and 5.5 wins per season, respectively. Five teams in the South Division of the Big 12 are among the top seven schools in wins per season in their histories.

All-Time Wins Per Season

  Rank  School     Yrs Wins Avg
    1.  Texas       105 717 6.83
    2.  Nebraska    107 722 6.75
    3.  Oklahoma    103 683 6.63
    t4. Texas Tech  73  413 5.66
    t4. Texas A&M   103 583 5.66
    6.  Colorado    108 593 5.49
    7.  Baylor       96  492 5.13
    8.  Missouri    107 527 4.93
    9.  Kansas      108 502 4.65
    10. Oklahoma St. 96  423 4.41
    11. Iowa State  105 433 4.12
    12. Kansas St.  102 366 3.59
Red Raiders Making the Grade
Last academic year Texas Tech athletes posted record-setting efforts in the classroom in both the fall and spring semesters. The overall grade-point average for Red Raiders student-athletes for the spring semester was a 2.801, which went up from the 2.784 during the fall semester. Both marks were the best since at least 1990. Over 87 percent of Texas Tech student-athletes during the spring '98 semester earned a 2.00 g.p.a. or above. Over 85 percent of the football players recorded a 2.00 g.p.a. or better. The average g.p.a. for the football team was a 2.62 during the spring and 30 players earned either president's or dean's list honors for either semester.

Notes of Interest

  • Junior Reagan Bownds (Eldorado, Texas) was named to Successful Farming Magazine's All-America Farm Team. He was one of five Big 12 players on the team, which recognizes outstanding college football players who hail from farming backgrounds. Bownds was a world-champion goat roaper in 1996. He recorded his first two career interceptions this season and made his first career start against Fresno State.
  • Backup receiver King Scovell (Dallas, Texas) is the brother of former Red Raider receiver Field Scovell and the son of former Texas Tech quarterback John Scovell. He is also the grandson of Field Scovell, "Mr. Cotton Bowl."
  • Despite the proximity to the state, Matt Heider (Roswell, N.M.) is the only Red Raider to hail from New Mexico.
  • Freshman Zeno McCoy (Plainview, Texas) spent the last three years as an E-4 communications specialist in the U.S. Army. He signed with Texas A&M originally before joining the Army in 1995.
  • Senior offensive guard Erik Carruth (Rockport, Texas) spent the summer repossessing furniture for a local company.
  • Senior defensive tackle Cody Patton(Electra, Texas) lost 23 pounds since last season. He has suffered from various leg and ankle ailments during his career and the shedded weight should help alleviate some of those problems. His primary method of losing the weight was a daily four-mile run during the summer.
  • Senior punter Jeremy Hernandez (Midland, Texas) missed a day of practice during two-a-day drills to gake the MCAT exam as part of his application to medical school. He was excused by coach Dykes for missing practice.
  • Redshirt freshman receiver David Simmonds (New Braunfels, Texas) suffered a spinal cord contusion during two-a-day drills and spent two days in the hospital. He will miss at least six weeks and his long-term status remains unclear. Simmonds was in a scrimmage drill near the end of practice when he made limited contact with a defensive player and went to the ground. He had no feeling in his lower body for several hours.
  • Junior offensive guard Curtis Lowery (Stephenville, Texas) is finally receiving a chance to enter a season at 100 percent. A highly-sought recruit, Lowery suffered severe burns in a cooking grease fire in 1996 and missed all that season. He returned to the field in 1997 and earned a starting spot last spring at left guard.
  • While Jonathan Gray is known as "The House," sophomore left tackle Steve McFadden (Houston, Texas) is known as "The Shack." Other interesting nicknames on the team include T-Ruck (Taurus Rucker, Denison, Texas), Mad Dog (Robert Wyatt, Duncanville, Texas) and Lemon Drop (Devin Lemons, Pampa, Texas). Perhaps the most interesting given name is Zeno McCoy (Plainview, Texas). The most interesting unit nickname is the moniker for the Red Raider defense: "SWARM."
  • Stoney Garland (Plains, Texas) will serve as an honorary team captain this season. He suffered critical neck and back injuries last November in an automobile accident and is paralyzed from the chest down. Team captains for the 1998 season are Rob Peters (Katy, Texas) and Donnie Hart (Wollforth, Texas) from the offense and Montae Reagor (Waxahachie, Texas), Taurus Rucker (Denison, Texas) and Kyle Shipley (Arlington, Texas) from the defense.
  • Among the walk-ons on this year's squad are no less than 11 players that were listed on the preseason depth chart... A few names from the former walk-on listings (bold indicates has started at least one game during career): Reagan Bownds, Toby Cantu, Keith Cockrum, Will Culpepper, John DePasquale, Kenny Kacal, David Nichol, Justin Reed, King Scovell, Rudy Renda, Kyle Sanders, Reggie Savage, Oscar Solis and Tim Winn.

R U S H I N G   O F F E N S E     Oct 18, 1998
                                CARRIES     YDS     YDSPG
13 Texas Tech ------------------   354      1616     230.9
35 Texas A&M --------------------  335      1294     184.9


P A S S I N G   O F F E N S E     Oct 18, 1998
                                  ATT       CMP       YDS     YDSPG
61 Texas Tech ------------------  151        86      1397     199.6
90 Texas A&M -------------------- 130        71       990     141.4


T O T A L   O F F E N S E         Oct 18, 1998
                                  PLAYS     YDS         YDSPG
20 Texas Tech ------------------  505      3013        430.43
75 Texas A&M -------------------- 465      2284        326.29


N E T   P U N T I N G             Oct 18, 1998
                                        NO.   YDS      NET
                                PUNTS      AVG    RET   RET      AVG
  6 Texas A&M -------------------- 43     45.6     20   195     41.1
101 Texas Tech ------------------  32     36.9     15   162     31.8


P U N T   R E T U R N S           Oct 18, 1998
                                   NO       YDS          AVG
62 Texas A&M --------------------  28       236          8.4
64 Texas Tech ------------------   20       164          8.2


K I C K O F F   R E T U R N S     Oct 18, 1998
                                 NO       YDS          AVG
4 Texas Tech ------------------  11       302         27.5
71 Texas A&M ------------------  10       199         19.9


S C O R I N G   O F F E N S E     Oct 18, 1998
                                GAMES        PTS          AVG
34 Texas Tech ------------------  7        202         28.9
52 Texas A&M -------------------- 7        181         25.9


R U S H I N G   D E F E N S E     Oct 18, 1998
                                  CAR       YDS        YDSPG
11 Texas Tech ------------------  266       670         95.7
13 Texas A&M -------------------- 251       686         98.0


P A S S   E F F I C I E N C Y   D E F E N S E         Oct 18, 1998
                              ATT    CMP     YDS   TD   INT     POINTS
25 Texas A&M -----------------230    131    1280    6     8     105.4
47 Texas Tech ----------------194    100    1403    5     6     114.6


T O T A L   D E F E N S E         Oct 18, 1998
                                     PLAYS     YDS        YDSPG
12 Texas A&M --------------------     481      1966        280.9
20 Texas Tech ------------------      460      2073        296.1


S C O R I N G   D E F E N S E     Oct 18, 1998
                                 GAMES     PTS          AVG
12 Texas A&M --------------------  7       101         14.4
22 Texas Tech ------------------   7       120         17.1


T U R N O V E R   M A R G I N     Oct 18, 1998
                           GAINED            LOST        MARGIN
                         FUM   INT TOTAL   FUM   INT TOTAL   /GAME
10 Texas A&M --------------9     8    17     4     2     6    1.57
80 Texas Tech -------------6     6    12     9     8    17    -.71

Behind the Numbers 0
Sophomore place-kicker Chris Birkholz had never attempted a
field goal in his collegiate career until his successful 45-yard
effort in the second quarter against North Texas. For the season,
the Temple, Texas place-kicker is 7-for-9 with a long of 46 yards
against Fresno State.

1
Senior quarterback Matt Tittle had attempted and completed the only pass attempt of his career prior to this season.

1
Playing in only his fourth game, redshirt freshman Darrell Jones made his first catch with a 25-yard touchdown reception at Colorado.

2
The number of players named Ricky Williams that are ranked
among the top three in the nation in rushing. Also, the number
of players in the Big 12 Conference named Ricky Williams.

3
Texas Tech is in the midst of playing Colorado, Texas A&M
and Missouri on consecutive Saturdays. All three - Texas A&M (8),
Colorado (17) and Missouri (19) - are ranked in the Top 25.
Texas Tech also encountered a similar stretch last season against
Nebraska (2), Texas A&M (20) and Kansas State (13).

5.7
With 1,168 yards rushing and 119 receiving, Ricky Williams
has a 5.7 per "touch" average through the first seven games.

6
Ricky Williams is the sixth Texas Tech back to pass 1,000
season yards.

11
Texas Tech quarterbacks have thrown to 11 different receivers
in 1998. Donnie Hart is the most frequent target with 31 of Texas
Tech's 86 catches.

16
Montae Reagor needs only one tackle for loss to break Zach
Thomas single-season record of 16. Reagor already owns the career
mark with 43 tackles for loss.

18
Senior John Norman is ranked 18th this week in punt returns
with a 18.56 average.

22.5
Montae Reagor has a Texas Tech school-record 22.5 career sacks.

25
This week Texas Tech is ranked 25th in both the Associated
Press and USA Today/ESPN Coaches polls.

30
Texas Tech scored 30 or more points for the first five games
of the season and averages 28.8 on the season.

39.1
Of the 23 trips inside the red zone, Texas Tech opponents
have scored a touchdown (nine) only 39.1 percent of the time.

76
With 75 career victories at Texas Tech, Spike Dykes needs
only one win to tie Pete Cawthons mark of 76 for the most wins
by a Red Raider head coach.

93.7
Donnie Hart is averaging 93.7 yards per game receiving.
He has caught 31 passes for seven touchdowns and 656 yards,
a 21.2 average.

Spike Dykes is...
75-58-1 Overall
51-34-1 In conference games
47-21 When player surpasses 100-yards rushing
17-2 When team surpasses 300-yards rushing
34-3 When team surpasses 250-yards rushing
51-4 When team surpasses 200-yards rushing
8-9 When team surpasses 300-yards passing
13-7 In Big 12 conference games
11-4-1 Following an open date
7-1 At home following an open date
9-3 In home openers
5-7 In season openers
2-1 In Big 12 openers
3-0 In home Big 12 openers
2-1 In road Big 12 openers
8-4 In homecoming games

Texas Tech Is...
85-2-0 When scoring 40 or more points
125-4-1 When scoring 35 or more points
176-8-1 When scoring 30 or more points
238-24-3 When scoring 25 or more points

Quick Facts
Institution: Texas Tech University
Location: Lubbock, Texas
Chartered: 1923
Nickname: Red Raiders
Colors: Scarlet & Black (PMS 185)
Stadium: Jones Stadium (50,500)
Mascot: Raider Red, Masked Rider
Chancellor: John T. Montford
President: Dr. Donald Haragan
Faculty Representative: Dr. Robert Sweazy
Athletic Director: Gerald Myers
Head Coach: Spike Dykes
Alma Mater: Stephen F. Austin State '59
Overall & Texas Tech Record: 75-58-1 (12th yr.)
Offensive Coordinator/QBs: Rick Dykes
Defensive Coordinator/ILBs: John Goodner
Secondary: Dean Campbell
Offensive Line: Clovis Hale
Outside Linebackers: Larry Hoefer
Tight Ends/Offensive Tackles: David Moody
Defensive Ends: Doyle Parker
Running Backs: Jack Tayrien
Receivers: Dick Winder
Kickers/Special Teams Asst.: Cody Chisum (G.A.)
Defensive Tackles: Jason Clemmons (G.A.)
Director of Football Operations: Tommy McVay
Administrative Asst. to Head Coach: Patty Ross
Administrative Secretary: Jennie Bailey
Asst. AD / Media Relations: Richard Kilwien
Associate Media Relations Director: Warren Miller
Associate Media Relations Director: Claire Faculjak
Assistant Media Relations Director: Greg Hotchkiss
Media Relations Intern: Greg Hulen
Administrative Secretary: Sheila Tucker

Texas Tech Radio Network
Alpine: KALP/KVLF (1240 / 92.7)
Amarillo: KGNC-AM (710)
Andrews: KACT-AM / FM (1360 / 105.5)
Austin: KFON-AM (1490)
Ballinger: KRUN-AM (1400)
Big Spring: KBST-AM (1490)
Clovis: KICA-FM (102.3)
Dallas: KTCK-AM (1310)
Haskell: KVRP-AM / FM (1400 / 95.5)
Hereford: KPAN-AM/FM (860 / 106.3)
Houston: KIKK-AM (650)
Lamesa: KPET-AM (690)
Littlefield: KZZN-AM (1490)
Lovington: KLEA-AM (630)
Lubbock: KFMX-FM / KKAM-AM (94.5 / 1340)
Midland: KCRS-AM/FM (550)
Plainview: KKYN-AM (1090)
Post: KPOS-AM/FM (1370 / 107.3)
Seminole: KKIZ-AM / KSEM-FM (1250 / 106.3)
San Antonio: KTKR-AM (760)
Vernon: KVWC-AM/FM (1490 / 102.3)

All Texas Tech football, men's and women's basketball and baseball
games and coaches shows can be heard on the Internet through a
link at www.texastech.com.

Spike Dykes Call-In Radio Show
Spike Dykes conducts a weekly fan call-in radio show each
Wednesday from 7-8 p.m. live from Bleachers Sports Cafe in
Lubbock. The flagship station for the show is KKAM-AM (1340)
and the host is Jack Dale. The show is also provided on
satellite on the Texas State Network. Affiliates include:

Amarillo: KGNC-AM (710)
Big Spring: KBST-AM (1490)
Dallas: KSKY-AM (660)
Clovis, N.M.: KICA-FM (102,3)
Hereford: KPAN-AM/FM (860 / 106.3)
Lamesa: KPET-AM (690)
Lubbock: KKAM-AM (1340)
Midland: KCRS-AM (550)
Plainview: KKYN-AM (1090)

Spike Dykes Television Show
The Spike Dykes television show airs each Sunday at 10:30 p.m.
on KAMC-TV in Lubbock. The show also airs on Fridays at
2:30 p.m. on Fox Sports Southwest. The host of the show
is John Harris, KAMC-TV sports director.

Red Raiders in NCAA Statistics as of October 18, 1998

RUSHING               Car     Yds    Avg.   Ypg
Ricky Williams (3)    214    1168    5.5    166.86

RECEIVING YDS           G      Ct    Yds.   Ypg
Donnie Hart (31)        7      31    656    93.71

PUNT RETURNS           No.    YDS     TD    AVG.
John NormAN (41)       12     121      0    10.08

FIELD GOALS            FG     FGA    Pct    FGPG
Chris Birkholz (T35)   10       8   .800    1.14

SCORING                TD      XP    FG     PTS    PTPG
Ricky Williams (T20)   10       0     0     60     8.57

ALL PURPOSE            Rush   Rec    PR     KOR    Yds    Ypg
Ricky Williams (8)     1168   119     0     0      1287   183.86
Texas Tech Red Zone Offense
Opponent        No.  TDs  FGS  None    Pct.
UTEP             4    2    1    1     .750
North Texas      5    2    1    2     .600
Fresno State     4    2    1    1     .750
Iowa State       4    3    1    0    1.000
Baylor           3    2    1    0    1.000
Oklahoma State   3    2    1    0    1.000
Colorado         3    1    1    0     .667
Texas A&M
Missouri
Texas
Oklahoma
TOTAL           26   14    7    5     .808
Texas Tech Red Zone Defense
Opponent        No. TDs   FGS  None    Pct.
UTEP             1   0     0    1     .000
North Texas      0   0     0    0     .000
Fresno State     4   1     2    1     .750
Iowa State       3   2     1    0    1.000
Baylor           6   3     2    1     .833
Oklahoma State   3   2     1    0    1.000
Colorado         6   1     4    1     .833
Texas A&M
Missouri
Texas
Oklahoma    
TOTAL           23   9    10    4     .826
Rushing Offense
                       CARRIES       YDS     YDSPG
13 Texas Tech              354      1616     230.9
35 Texas A&M               335      1294     184.9
Passing Offense
                           ATT       CMP       YDS     YDSPG
61 Texas Tech              151        86      1397     199.6
90 Texas A&M               130        71       990     141.4
Total Offense
                         PLAYS       YDS     YDSPG
20 Texas Tech              505      3013    430.43
75 Texas A&M               465      2284    326.29
Net Punting
                                            NO.   YDS      NET
                         PUNTS       AVG    RET   RET      AVG
  6 Texas A&M               43      45.6     20   195     41.1
101 Texas Tech              32      36.9     15   162     31.8

NO YDS AVG 62 Texas A&M 28 236 8.4 64 Texas Tech 20 164 8.2

Kickoff Returns
                            NO       YDS    AVG
 4 Texas Tech               11       302   27.5
71 Texas A&M                10       199   19.9
Scoring Offense
                         GAMES       PTS    AVG
34 Texas Tech               7        202   28.9
52 Texas A&M                7        181   25.9
Rushing Defense
                          CAR        YDS    YDSPG
11 Texas Tech             266        670     95.7
13 Texas A&M              251        686     98.0

                         ATT    CMP     YDS   TD   INT     POINTS
25 Texas A&M             230    131    1280    6     8     105.4
47 Texas Tech            194    100    1403    5     6     114.6

Total Defense
                         PLAYS       YDS        YDSPG
12 Texas A&M               481      1966        280.9
20 Texas Tech              460      2073        296.1

                         GAMES     PTS          AVG
12 Texas A&M               7       101         14.4
22 Texas Tech              7       120         17.1

GAINED LOST MARGIN FUM INT TOTAL FUM INT TOTAL /GAME 10 Texas A&M 9 8 17 4 2 6 1.57 80 Texas Tech 6 6 12 9 8 17 -.71

THE LAST TIME...

  • Tech returned a kickoff for a TD: Dane Johnson, 95 yds vs.
    Texas, 11-8-97 in Austin
  • Opponent returned a kickoff for a TD: Sanjay Beach,
    Colorado State, 99 yards, 9-12-87 in Lubbock
  • Tech returned a punt for a TD: Dane Johnson 47 yards
    vs. Baylor, 10-4-97 in Waco
  • Opponent returned a punt for a TD: Chris McCranie,
    Georgia, 45 yards, 9-18-93 in Athens
  • Tech returned an interception for a TD: Ty Ardoin,
    50 yards, vs. Oklahoma State, 11-15-97 in Stillwater, OKla.
  • Opponent returned an interception for a TD: Justin
    Johnson, Fresno State, 33 yards, 9-19-98 in Lubbock
  • Tech returned a fumble for a TD: Dorian Pitts,
    53 yards vs. Oklahoma State, 10-10-98 in Lubbock
  • Opponent returned a fumble for a TD: Frank Battle,
    Fresno State, recovered fumble in end zone, 9-19-98, in Lubbock
  • Tech shut out an opponent: North Texas (30-0), 9-12-98
    at Texas Stadium in Irving
  • Opponent shut out Tech: Nebraska (29-0), 10-18-97
    in Lincoln
  • Tech blocked a field goal for a TD: James Mosley,
    60 yards vs. Rice, 10-18-86 in Houston
  • Tech blocked a punt for a TD: Scottie Allen blocked,
    Steve Carr returned 9 yards vs. Wyoming, 9-21-91 in Laramie, Wyo.
  • Opponent blocked a punt for a TD: Alex Morris, Texas
    A&M, 10-1-88 in College Station
  • Tech returned a blocked PAT for a two-point score:
    Ben Kirkpatrick, 84 yards vs. Oklahoma, 9-3-92 in Lubbock.
  • Tech scored a safety: Jonathan Beasley grounded pass
    in end zone, Kansas State, 11-1-97 in Lubbock
  • Opponent scored a safety: Brad Cade stepped out of
    end zone vs. Rice, 10-21-95 in Lubbock
  • Tech scored TD in the last minute to win: Kyle Shipley,
    recovered fumble in end zone vs. Fresno State, 0:48 left in 34-28
    win, 9-19-98 in Lubbock
  • Opponent scored TD in the last minute to win: Eddie
    Goines 11 pass from Terry Harvey, NCSU, 0:00 left in 36-34
    win, 10-9-93 in Lubbock
  • Tech kicked FG in the last minute to win: Tony Rogers
    47-yard FG vs. Texas A&M, 0:19 left in 16-13 win, 10-25-97
    in Lubbock
  • Opponent kicked FG in the last minute to win: Brett
    Conway, Penn State, 39 FG , 0:04 left in 24-23 win, 9-9-95
    in State College, Pa.
  • Tech won by going for two: Travis Price, pass from
    Billy Joe Tolliver vs. Texas, 2:36 left for 33-32 win, 10-29-88
    in Lubbock
  • Opponent won by going for two: William Gannon pass
    from Jerry Rhome, SMU, 2:12 left for 8-7 win, 10-18-61 in Dallas

    Kyle Allamon

    Receiving       Rec   Yds   TD  Long
    Texas-El Paso    0    0     0    0
    North Texas      1    17    0    17
    Fresno State     2    40    1    26
    Iowa State       0    0     0    0
    Baylor           3    90    0    41
    Oklahoma State   0    0     0    0
    Colorado         0    0     0    0
    Texas A&M
    Missouri
    Texas
    Oklahoma
    1998 Total       6   147    1   41
    Career Total    10   224    2   41
    
    ALLAMON'S CAREER HIGHS
    Receptions          3 vs. Baylor, 1998
    Receiving Yards    90 vs. Baylor, 1998
    Long Receptions    41 vs. Baylor, 1998
    TDs                 1 vs. Utah St., 96; vs. Fresno St., '96
    Career Starts       9
    
    Tim Baker
    Receiving       Rec   Yds  TD   Long
    Texas-El Paso    1    10   0    10
    North Texas      0    0    0    0
    Fresno State     0    0    0    0
    Iowa State       0    0    0    0
    Baylor           dnp - injury
    Oklahoma State   dnp - injury
    Colorado         dnp - injury
    Texas A&M
    Missouri
    Texas
    Oklahoma
    1998 Total       1   10    0    10
    Career Total     3   69    0    33
    
    BAKER'S CAREER HIGHS
    Receptions          1  vs. Okahoma, 1997;  vs. OSU, 1997;  vs. UTEP, 1998
    Receiving Yards    33 vs.  Oklahoma, 1997
    Long Receptions    33 vs.  Oklahoma, 1997
    TDs                 0
    Career Starts       3
    
    Derek Dorris
    Receiving       Rec   Yds   TD   Long
    Texas-El Paso    1    13    0    13
    North Texas      1    10    0    10
    Fresno State     1     4    0     4
    Iowa State       1    14    0    14
    Baylor           4    58    0    31
    Oklahoma State   1     7    0     7
    Colorado         6    66    0    17
    Texas A&M
    Missouri
    Texas 
    Oklahoma
    1998 Total      15   172    0    31
    Career Total    24   308    0    33
    
    DORRIS' CAREER HIGHS
    Receptions          6 at Colorado, 1998
    Receiving Yards    66 at Colorado, 1998
    Long Receptions    33 at Nebraska, 1997
    TDs                 0
    Career Starts      12
    
    James Easterling
    Rushing         Att   Yds   TD   Long
    Texas-El Paso    1    40    1    40
    North Texas      4    13    0    10
    Fresno State     DNP - Injured
    Iowa State       DNP - Injured
    Baylor           DNP - Injured
    Oklahoma State   DNP - Injured
    Colorado         DNP - Injured
    Texas A&M
    Missouri
    Texas
    Oklahoma
    1998 Total       5    53    1    40
    Career Total    12    92    0    40
    
    Receiving       Rec   Yds   TD   Long
    Texas-El Paso    0    0     0    0
    North Texas      2    24    0    20
    Fresno State        DNP - Injured
    Iowa State          DNP - Injured
    Baylor              DNP - Injured
    Oklahoma State      DNP - Injured
    Colorado            DNP - Injured
    Texas A&M
    Missouri
    Texas
    Oklahoma
    1998 Total       2    24    0    20
    Career Total     2    24    0    20
    
    EASTERLING'S CAREER HIGHS
    Rushes            4 vs. Southwestern La., 1997
    Rushing Yards    40 vs. UTEP, 1998
    Long Rush        40 vs. UTEP, 1998
    TDs               1 vs. UTEP, 1998
    Receptions        2 vs. North Texas, 1998
    Receiving Yards  24 vs. North Texas, 1998
    Long Receptions  20 vs. North Texas, 1998
    Career Starts     1
    
    Donnie Hart
    Receiving       Rec   Yds    TD   Long
    Texas-El Paso    8    164    1    60
    North Texas      3     78    1    44
    Fresno State     2     43    1    26
    Iowa State       5    163    1    68
    Baylor           2     58    1    38
    Oklahoma State   3     53    2    18
    Colorado         7     97    0    28
    Texas A&M
    Missouri
    Texas
    Oklahoma
    1998 Total      30    660    7    68
    Career Total   107   1996   17    86
    
    HART'S CAREER HIGHS
    Receptions          11 vs. North Texas, 1997; at Baylor, 1997
    Receiving Yards    241 vs. Texas, 1996
    Long Receptions     86 vs. Texas, 1996
    TDs                  2 vs. Texas, 1996; at Baylor, 1997;
                                          vs. Okla. St., 1998
    Career Starts       19
    
    Jonathan Hawkins
    Rushing         Att   Yds   TD   Long
    Texas-El Paso    2     9    0    6
    North Texas      4    17    0    11
    Fresno State     1     2    0    2
    Iowa State       0     0    0    0
    Baylor           5    10    0    3
    Oklahoma State   3     4    0    2
    Colorado         2     7    0    6
    Texas A&M    
    Missouri
    Texas
    Oklahoma
    1998 Total      17    49    0    6
    Career Total    68   257    1   45
    

    Receiving Rec Yds TD Long Texas-El Paso 1 10 0 10 North Texas 5 78 0 31 Fresno State 1 2 0 2 Iowa State 1 3 1 3 Baylor 3 48 0 38 Oklahoma State 2 14 0 8 Colorado 1 55 0 55 Texas A&M Missouri Texas 1998 Total 14 202 1 55 Career Total 27 309 1 55

    HAWKINS' CAREER HIGHS
    Rushes                 13 vs. Texas, 1997
    Rushing Yards          65 vs. Southwestern La., 1997
    Long Rush              45 vs. Southwestern La., 1997
    TDs                     1 vs. Texas, 1997
    Receptions              5 vs. North Texas, 1998
    Receiving Yards        78 vs. North Texas, 1998
    Long Receptions        55 vs. Colorado, 1998
    TDs                     1 vs. Iowa State, 1998
    Long Kickoff Return    73 at  Oklahoma State, 1997
    Career Starts          10
    
    Ricky Hunter
    Rushing          Att   Yds   TD   Long
    Texas-El Paso     5     9    0    2
    North Texas      15    43    0    13
    Fresno State      3    17    0    10
    Iowa State        6    37    0    13
    Baylor            1     4    0    4
    Oklahoma State  dnp
    Colorado          0     0    0    0
    Texas A&M
    Missouri
    Texas
    Oklahoma
    1998 Total       30   130    0    13
    Career Total     39   179    0    38
    

    Receiving Rec Yds TD Long Texas-El Paso 0 0 0 0 North Texas 1 5 0 5 Fresno State 0 0 0 0 Iowa State 0 0 0 0 Baylor 0 0 0 0 Oklahoma State dnp Colorado 0 0 0 0 Texas A&M Missouri Texas Oklahoma 1998 Total 1 5 0 5 Career Total 1 5 0 5

    HUNTER'S CAREER HIGHS
    Rushes            8 vs. Southwestern La., 1997
    Rushing Yards    60 vs. Southwestern La., 1997
    Long Rush        38 vs. Southwestern La., 1997
    TDs               0
    Receptions        1 vs. North Texas, 1998
    Receiving Yards   5 vs. North Texas, 1998
    Long Receptions   5 vs. North Texas, 1998
    Career Starts     0
    
    Dee Jackson
    Receiving       Rec  Yds   TD   Long
    Texas-El Paso    0    0    0    0
    North Texas      0    0    0    0
    Fresno State     0    0    0    0
    Iowa State       0    0    0    0
    Baylor           0    0    0    0
    Oklahoma State   0    0    0    0
    Colorado         1    6    0    6
    1998 Total       1    6    0    6
    Career Total     6   54    0   14
    
    JACKSON'S CAREER HIGHS
    Receptions          2 vs. Nebraska, '97; vs. A&M, '97
    Receiving Yards    18 vs. Texas A&M, 1997
    Long Receptions    14 vs. Kansas State, 1997
    TDs                 0
    Career Starts       2
    
    Rob Peters
    Passing          Att    Cmp    Int  Yds   TD   Long
    Texas-El Paso    4        2    0    22    0    16
    North Texas      DNP - Injury
    Fresno State     DNP - Injury
    Iowa State       5        4    0    28    0    26
    Baylor           15      10    1    226   1    41
    Oklahoma State   15       8    0    74    2    18
    Colorado         30      17    1    213   1    28
    Texas A&M
    Missouri
    Texas
    Oklahoma
    1998 Total       69      41    2    563   4    41
    Career Total     83      47    4    672   6    41
    

    Rushing Att Yds TD Long Texas-El Paso 3 14 0 15 North Texas DNP - Injury Fresno State DNP - Injury Iowa State 3 -10 0 3 Baylor 19 106 1 21 Oklahoma State 18 30 0 30 Colorado 15 6 1 8 1998 Total 58 146 2 30 Career Total 85 299 5 53

    PETERS' CAREER HIGHS
    Attempts         30 at  Colorado, 1998
    Completions      17 at  Colorado, 1998
    Interceptions     1 vs. USL, 1997; vs. Baylor, 1998; at Colorado, 1998
    Yards           226 vs. Baylor, 1998
    Touchdowns        2 vs. Oklahoma St., 1998
    Long Pass        41 to  Kyle Allamon vs. Baylor, 1998
    Rushes           19 vs. Baylor, 1998
    Rushing Yards   106 vs. Baylor, 1998
    Long Rush        53 vs. Southwestern La., 1997
    TDs               1 at  Tenn., 1997;  vs. USL,1997; vs. Kansas, 1997;
                                         vs. Baylor, 1998;
                                           at Colorado, 1998
    Career Starts     3
    
    Matt Tittle
    Passing          Att   Cmp  Int   Yds    TD   Long
    Texas-El Paso    18   10     0    172    1    60
    North Texas      27   16     3    257    1    44
    Fresno State     17   8      1    109    1    26
    Iowa State       13   7      1    205    2    68
    Baylor           5    3      0    36     0    19
    Oklahoma State   0    0      0    0      0    0
    Colorado         2    1      1    55     0    55
    Texas A&M
    Missouri
    Texas
    Oklahoma
    1998 Total      82   45      6   834     5    68
    Career Total    83   46      6   841     5    68
    

    Rushing Att Yds TD Long Texas-El Paso 2 -6 0 6 North Texas 8 -12 0 6 Fresno State 4 6 0 11 Iowa State 6 19 0 13 Baylor 1 -3 0 -3 Oklahoma State 0 0 0 0 Colorado 0 0 0 0 Texas A&M Missouri Texas Oklahoma 1998 Total 21 4 0 13 Career Total 22 6 0 13

    TITTLE'S CAREER HIGHS
    Attempts       18 vs. UTEP, 1998
    Completions    10 vs. UTEP, 1998
    Interceptions   3 vs. North Texas, 1998
    Yards         257 vs. North Texas 1998
    Touchdowns      2 vs. Iowa State, 1998
    Long Pass      68 to  Donnie Hart vs. ISU, 1998
    Rushes          8 vs. North Texas, 1998
    Rushing Yards  19 vs. Iowa State, 1998
    Long Rush      13 vs. Iowa State, 1998
    TDs             0
    Career Starts   4
    
    Michael Wilborn
    Rushing         Att   Yds   TD   Long
    Texas-El Paso    1     6    0    6
    North Texas      2    43    0    37
    Fresno State     0     0    0    0
    Iowa State       3    16    0    8
    Baylor           0     0    0    0
    Oklahoma State   0     0    0    0
    Colorado         2    20    0    14
    Texas A&M
    Missouri
    Texas
    Oklahoma
    1998 Total       8    85    0    37
    Career Total     8    85    0    37
    

    Receiving Rec Yds TD Long Texas-El Paso 0 0 0 0 North Texas 1 11 0 11 Fresno State 0 0 0 0 Iowa State 0 0 0 0 Baylor 0 0 0 0 Oklahoma State 0 0 0 0 Colorado 1 12 0 12 1998 Total 2 23 0 12 Career Total 2 23 0 12

    WILBORN'S CAREER HIGHS
    Rushes            3 vs. Iowa State, 1998
    Rushing Yards    43 vs. North Texas, 1998
    Long Rush        37 vs. North Texas, 1998
    TDs               0
    Receptions        1 vs. UNT, 1998,  at Colorado, 1998
    Receiving Yards  12 at  Colorado, 1998
    Long Receptions  12 at  Colorado, 1998
    Career Starts     0
    
    Ricky Williams
    Rushing         Att    Yds    TD   Long
    Texas-El Paso    41    251    2    51
    North Texas      28    170    2    24
    Fresno State     42    244    2    72
    Iowa State       29    105    2    17
    Baylor           29    159    2    36
    Oklahoma State   25     97    0    22
    Colorado         20    142    0    24
    Texas A&M
    Missouri
    Texas
    Oklahoma
    1998 Total      214   1168   10    72
    Career Total    415   2062   13    72
    

    Receiving Rec Yds TD Long Texas-El Paso 1 -3 0 -3 North Texas 2 34 0 25 Fresno State 2 20 0 11 Iowa State 4 53 0 31 Baylor 1 8 0 8 Oklahoma State 1 0 0 0 Colorado 1 7 0 7 1998 Total 12 119 0 31 Career Total 22 249 0 36

    WILLIAMS' CAREER HIGHS
    Rushes            42 vs. Fresno State, 1998
    Rushing Yards    251 vs. UTEP, 1998
    Long Rush         72 vs. Fresno State, 1998
    TDs                2 vs. UTEP, UNT, Fresno St.
                         at  Iowa State 1998; Baylor, 1998
    Receptions         4 vs. Iowa State, 1998
    Receiving Yards   53 vs. Iowa State, 1998
    Long Receptions   36 vs. Texas, 1997
    Career Starts     18
    
    OFFENSE
    TE -94    Kyle Allamon  (6-3, 256, jr-1L, Lubbock, Texas)
        84    Cole Roberts  (6-6, 258, So-1L, Shallowater, Texas)
        91    Tim Winn  (6-4, 249, jr-2L, Longview, Texas)
        95    J.P Jansen  (6-3, 240, fr-Rs, Buda, Texas)
        
    LT -79    Jonathan Gray  (6-5, 357, so-1L, Lubbock, Texas)
        57    Matt Heider  (6-5, 306, fr-Rs, Roswell, N.M.)
        72    Nick Lee  (6-7, 309, sr-2L, DeSoto, Texas)
             
    LG -61    Curtis Lowery  (6-5, 327, jr-1L, Stephenville, Texas)  (injured)
        73    John DePasquale  (6-4, 299, so-Sq, Houston, Texas)
        67    Lance Williams  (6-2, 316, fr-Rs, Arlington, Texas)
        68    Shane Roberts  (6-4, 302, jr-Sq, Scottsdale, Ariz.)
    
    C  -50    Robert Haddon  (6-4, 291, sr-1L, Euless, Texas)
        59    Kyle Sanders  (6-2, 305, so-Sq, Monahans, Texas)
        65    Anthony Patricio  (6-3, 298, Sr-1L, Van Nuys, Calif.)
        
    RG -77    Erik Carruth  (6-4, 311, Sr-2L, Rockport, Texas)
        69    Dan Martin  (6-4, 318, Sr-Sq, Las Vegas, Nev.)
        75    Jason May  (6-4, 299, fr-Rs, Odessa, Texas)
    
    RT -62    Justin Collingsworth  (6-6, 316, sr-2L, Pampa, Texas)
        71    Steve McFadden  (6-4, 328, so-1L, Houston, Texas)
        72    Nick Lee  (6-7, 309, sr-2L, DeSoto, Texas)
        64    Paul Erickson  (6-4, 279, fr-Rs, Arlington, Texas)
        
    SE -82    Donnie Hart  (6-1, 197, Sr-3L, Wolfforth, Texas)
        87    Darrell Jones  (6-2, 197, fr-Rs, Lubbock, Texas)
        24    King Scovell  (5-11, 172, fr-Rs, Dallas, Texas)
        81    Tim Baker  (6-5, 202, so-1L, Borger, Texas)
        
    FL -22    Derek Dorris  (6-2, 195, So-1L, Azle, Texas)
        85    Dee Jackson  (6-2, 199, So-1L, San Antonio, Texas)
        10    Justin Reed  (6-0, 194, fr-Rs, Mexia, Texas)
        18    David Nichol  (5-11, 192, jr-Sq, Dallas, Texas)
        
    QB - 9    Rob Peters  (6-3, 229, jr-2L, Katy, Texas)
        16    Matt Tittle  (6-3, 215, sr-1L, Flower Mound, Texas)
        17    David Kelley  (5-8, 153, so-Sq, Houston, Texas)
         1    Kliff Kingsbury  (6-4, 185, Fr-HS, New Braunfels, Texas)
    
    TB - 2    Ricky Williams  (5-9, 190, So-1L, Duncanville, Texas)
        12    Rickey Hunter  (5-11, 188, so-1L, Dallas, Texas)
        32    James Easterling  (5-10, 211, so-1L, Crowley, Texas)
        33    Toby Cantu  (5-11, 182, jr-Sq, Benavides, Texas)
        
    FB -47    Jonathan Hawkins  (5-11, 226, so-1L, Wichita Falls)
        48    Michael Wilborn  (6-0, 239, Jr-Tr, Olton, Texas)
        27    Rudy Renda  (5-11, 240, jr-1L, Keller, Texas)
        40    Brant Landry  (6-1, 210, so-Sq, Austin, Texas)
    

    DEFENSE

    LE -34    Montae Reagor  (6-2, 270, Sr-3L, Waxahachie, Texas)
        37    Devin Lemons  (6-3, 220, So-1L, Pampa, Texas)
        96    Duane Toliver  (6-2, 250, so-Sq, Knox City, Texas)
        
    NT -99    Cody Patton  (6-6, 287, sr-2L, Electra, Texas)
        86    Terry Patton  (6-2, 284, jr-2L, Wichita Falls, Texas)
        78    Ric Fielder  (6-4, 286, Sr-1L, Powhatan, Va.)
    
    DT -76    Kris Kocurek  (6-5, 290, So-1L, Caldwell, Texas)
        90    Jason Jones  (6-2, 337, so-1L, Dallas, Texas)
        42    Detwill Williams  (6-3, 236, fr-Rs, Lubbock, Texas)
    
    RE -89    Taurus Rucker  (6-0, 252, jr-2L, Denison, Texas)
        70    Kenny Kacal  (6-1, 221, sr-1L, Waxahachie, Texas)
    
    SLB-29    Ty Ardoin  (6-0, 207, sr-3L, Beaumont, Texas)
        15    Dorian Pitts  (6-4, 207, So-1L, Lubbock, Texas)
        46    Reggie Savage  (5-9, 193, so-Sq, San Angelo, Texas)
    
    MLB-83    Kyle Shipley  (6-2, 230, jr-2L, Arlington, Texas)
        26    Tim Duffie  (5-11, 227, jr-2L, Jefferson, Texas)
        43    Sam Hooks  (6-4, 245, fr-Rs, Cameron, Texas)
    
    WLB- 5    Kevin McCullar  (6-3, 243, Sr-2L, Irving, Texas)
        26    Tim Duffie  (5-11, 227, jr-2L, Jefferson, Texas)
        52    Will Culpepper  (6-2, 235, so-1L, Cleburne, Texas)
          
    R  -23    Reagan Bownds  (5-10, 185, jr-2L, Eldorado, Texas)
        20    Keith Cockrum  (6-2, 205, jr-2L, Goldthwaite, Texas)
         4    Jamaal Crisp  (6-0, 208, fr-Rs, Dallas, Texas)
    
    LCB- 3    Darwin Brown  (5-11, 170, Sr-3L, Tyler, Texas)
        30    Antwan Alexander  (6-0, 185, So-1L, Midland, Texas)
    
    RCB-28    Oscar Solis  (5-8, 189, jr-2L, Slaton, Texas)
         7    Anthony Malbrough  (5-9, 185, jr-1L, Beaumont, Texas)
        21    Brian Giddens  (5-11, 183, so-1L, Tyler, Texas)
    
    FS -38    John Norman  (6-1, 210, So-1L, Midland, Texas)
        31    Kevin Curtis  (6-2, 195, Fr-HS, Lubbock, Texas)
        19    Mark Washington  (5-11, 193, so-1L, Sweeny, Texas)
    

    SPECIALTY

    KS -49    Chris Birkholz  (6-0, 187, so-Sq, Temple, Texas)
        97    Jaret Greaser  (6-0, 187, sr-3L, Amarillo, Texas)
        
    P  -25    Brian Roberson  (6-2, 189, jr-1L, Richardson, Texas)
        14    Jeremy Hernandez  (5-11, 193, sr-2L, Midland, Texas)
    

    DS -58 Robert Monroe (5-9, 231, So-Sq, Corpus Christi, Texas) 50 Robert Haddon (6-4, 291, sr-1L, Euless, Texas) PR -38 John Norman (6-1, 210, So-1L, Midland, Texas) 23 Reagan Bownds (5-10, 185, jr-2L, Eldorado, Texas) 30 Antwan Alexander (6-0, 185, So-1L, Midland, Texas) KOR-22 Derek Dorris (6-2, 195, So-1L, Azle, Texas) 38 John Norman (6-1, 210, So-1L, Midland, Texas) H -14 Jeremy Hernandez (5-11, 193, sr-2L, Midland, Texas) 22 Derek Dorris (6-2, 195, So-1L, Azle, Texas)

    Texas Tech in the Polls

    1938
    Poll Date  Rank    Next Game            W/L   Score
    Nov. 14    19      New Mexico            W    17-7
    Nov. 21    17      Marquette             W    21-2
    Nov. 28    14      Open
    Dec.  5    11      *St. Marys (Cal.)    L    13-20
    *Cotton Bowl, Dallas, Texas
    

    1940 Poll Date Rank Next Game W/L Score Nov. 18 20 at St. Louis W 7-6 Nov. 25 t18 at New Mexico L 14-19

    1953 Poll Date Rank Next Game W/L Score Nov. 9 19 at Tulsa W 49-7 Nov. 16 17 at Houston W 41-21 Nov. 23 14 Hardin-Simmons W 46-12 Nov. 30 12 *(17) Auburn W 35-13 *Gator Bowl, Jacksonville, Fla.

    1954 Poll Date Rank Next Game W/L Score Preseason 19 at Texas A&M W 41-9 Sept. 20 14 West Texas State W 33-7 Sept. 27 17 Oklahoma A&M T 13-13 Oct. 11 20 at LSU L 13-20

    1955 Poll Date Rank Next Game W/L Score Sept. 19 12 TCU L 0-32

    1965 (top 10 only) Poll Date Rank Next Game W/L Score Nov. 15 9 at (2) Arkansas L 24-42 Nov. 22 10 Open Nov. 29 10 *Georgia Tech L 21-31 *Gator Bowl, Jacksonville, Fla.

    1967 (top 10 only) Poll Date Rank Next Game W/L Score Oct. 2 10 Mississippi State L 3-7

    1968 Poll Date Rank Next Game W/L Score Oct. 14 15 at Mississippi State T 28-28 Oct. 21 19 SMU L 18-39

    1970 Poll Date Rank Next Game W/L Score Oct. 12 17 at Mississippi State L 16-20 Nov. 16 19 (6) Arkansas L 10-24 Dec. 7 19 *(13) Georgia Tech L 9-17 *Sun Bowl, El Paso, Texas

    1972 Poll Date Rank Next Game W/L Score Oct. 30 18 at Rice W 10-6 Nov. 6 15 TCU L 7-31 Nov. 20 20 Arkansas L 14-24

    1973 Poll Date Rank Next Game W/L Score Preseason 20 Sept. 10 20 Utah W 29-22 Oct. 22 18 SMU W 31-14 Oct. 30 15 Rice W 19-6 Nov. 5 12 at TCU W 24-10 Nov. 12 12 Baylor W 55-24 Nov. 19 12 at Arkansas W 24-17 Nov. 26 12 Open Dec. 3 11 *(20) Tennessee W 28-19 Jan. 3 11 Final Poll *Gator Bowl, Jacksonville, Fla.

    1974 Poll Date Rank Next Game W/L Score Sept. 30 10 Oklahoma State W 14-13 Oct. 7 9 at (16) Texas A&M L 7-28 Oct. 14 17 Arizona W 17-8 Oct. 21 11 at SMU W 20-17 Oct. 28 13 at Rice L 7-21 Nov. 4 t19 TCU W 28-0 Nov. 11 20 at Baylor L 10-17

    1976 Poll Date Rank Next Game W/L Score Sept. 20 20 New Mexico W 20-16 Sept. 27 17 Open Oct. 4 15 at (17) Texas A&M W 27-16 Oct. 11 10 at Rice W 37-13 Oct. 18 8 Arizona W 52-27 Oct. 25 6 (15) Texas W 31-28 Nov. 1 5 at TCU W 14-10 Nov. 8 5 SMU W 34-7 Nov. 15 5 (9) Houston L 19-27 Nov. 22 9 at Arkansas W 30-7 Nov. 29 9 Baylor W 24-21 9 *(13) Nebraska L 24-27 Jan. 4 13 Final Poll *Astro-Bluebonnet Bowl, Houston, Texas

    1977 Poll Date Rank Next Game W/L Score Preseason 8 at Baylor W 17-7 Sept. 12 8 New Mexico W 29-14 Sept. 19 7 (6) Texas A&M L 17-33 Sept. 26 13 North Carolina W 10-7 Oct. 3 17 at Arizona W 32-26 Oct. 10 15 Rice W 42-7 Oct. 17 13 Open Oct. 24 14 at (1) Texas L 0-26 Nov. 7 18 at SMU W 45-7 Nov. 14 16 at Houston L 7-45

    1989 Poll Date Rank Next Game W/L Score Nov. 7 23 TCU W 37-7 Nov. 14 20 at SMU W 48-24 Nov. 21 18 at (13) Houston L 24-40 Nov. 28 25 Open Dec. 5 25 Open Dec. 12 24 *(20)Duke W 49-21 Jan. 3 19 Final Poll *All-American Bowl, Birmingham, Ala.

    1995 Poll Date Rank Next Game W/L Score Sept. 25 24 at Baylor L 7-9 Oct. 9 25 Arkansas State W 63-25 Oct. 16 25 Rice W 31-26 Oct. 23 22 at New Mexico W 34-7 Oct. 30 23 at (13) Texas L 7-48 Jan. 3 23 Final Poll

    1998 Poll Date Rank Next Game W/L Score Oct. 11 22 at (19) Colorado L 17-19 Oct. 18 25 at (8) Texas A&M

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