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Team-By-Team Notes From Week 11 In Big 12 Football
November 10, 2013

By Wendell Barnhouse | Correspondent

With Week 11 in the books, Big 12 teams have 220 rushing touchdowns from scrimmage that average 10.7 yards per play and 191 passing touchdowns that average 27.5 yards in length. The 10 teams have a total of 411 touchdowns from scrimmage that average 18.5 yards.

Through 11 weeks there have been 32 defensive/special team touchdowns - interception returns of 25, 32, 38, 41, 63, 58, 24, 66, 32, 31, 32, 54, 31, 21 and 43 yards. Three fumble returns of 9, 91, 54 and 40 yards. Kickoff returns of 94, 100, 45, 95, 95, 98 and 100 yards. Punt returns of 67, 85, 52 and 95 yards. A muffed punt recovery in the end zone (0 yards) and a blocked field goal return of 65 yards.

Baylor (8-0, 5-0; defeated Oklahoma 41-12; vs. Texas Tech Saturday)
Freshman Shock Linwood had career highs in rushing yards (182) and attempts (23).

Kicker Aaron Jones has converted 166 consecutive PATs and his career total of 251 is two away from the NCAA record.

Baylor opponents are 4-for-21 on fourth down attempts this season.

Baylor's defense has 55 forced three-and-outs on 119 opponent drives and had six three-and-outs on Oklahoma’s 14 drives.

Baylor is 8-0 overall and 5-0 in the Big 12; both are firsts in program history.

The attendance of 50,537 was the 4th-largest in Floyd Casey Stadium history and the largest for an out-of-state opponent.

Iowa State (1-8, 0-6; lost to TCU, 21-17; at Oklahoma Saturday)
Iowa State has kickoff returns for touchdowns by Jarvis West and DeVondrick Nealy. It’s the first time the Cyclones have returned two kickoffs for TDs in the same season since 1963.

Punter Kirby Van Der Kamp has completed both of his pass attempts in his career on fake punts. Each completion has been for 50 yards.

E.J. Bibbs had career highs in receptions (seven) and yards (63).

Quarterback Sam B. Richardson had a 15-yard touchdown run, his first rushing TD of the season.

Iowa State has had 16 freshmen or sophomores have start games this season.

Kansas (2-7, 0-6; lost at Oklahoma State, 42-6; vs. West Virginia Saturday)
Freshman quarterback Montell Cozart had career highs for rushing attempts (18) and yards (55).

JaCorey Shepherd had career highs in kickoff returns (5) and kickoff return yards (169).

Kansas held Oklahoma State, which entered the game rushing for an average of 180.2 yards a game, to 85 yards on the ground.

Kansas gained a season-high 202 yards rushing.

Kansas State (5-4, 3-3; defeated Texas Tech, 49-26; vs. TCU Saturday)
Defensive end Ryan Mueller, a former walk on, is tied for first in FBS for sacks per game (1.2) and is tied for second in tackles for loss per game (1.7). Against Texas Tech, he had five tackles, including a career-high three sacks

Bill Snyder is the third coach in Big Eight/Big 12 history with 100 conference victories at one school. The others are Nebraska’s Tom Osborne (153) and Oklahoma’s Barry Switzer (100).

Senior safety Ty Zimmerman has 13 interceptions in his career, tied for the third-most in school history.

Kansas State has won 37 consecutive games when leading at halftime, the fourth-longest active streak in the nation.

Oklahoma (7-2, 4-2; lost at Baylor, 41-12; vs. Iowa State Saturday)
Running back Roy Finch had a 10-yard touchdown catch. Both of the TD receptions in his career have come this season.

Linebacker Frank Shannon had a game-high 15 tackles, one short of the career high he had against Texas.

Oklahoma is ranked No. 22 in this week’s Associated Press poll. That’s the Sooners’ lowest ranking since it was No. 22 in 2009.

Since Bob Stoops took over as coach in 1999, Oklahoma has had two or fewer Big 12 losses six times. The Sooners have lost 24 Big 12 games under Stoops and 11 of those have come over the last five seasons.

Oklahoma State (8-1, 5-1; defeated Kansas 42-6; at Texas Saturday)
Justin Gilbert has six touchdowns on kickoff returns in his career. He’s the Big 12 career leader in that category.

David Glidden had career highs in receptions (six) and yards (73).

Oklahoma State has scored return touchdowns on a kickoff, a punt, a fumble and an interception.

In its last three games, Oklahoma State has held Iowa State, Texas Tech and Kansas to a combined 0-for-29 on third-and-long situations (seven yards or more).

Oklahoma State is 8-1 for the fourth time in the last six seasons. Prior to Mike Gundy becoming coach in 2005, the Cowboys had four 8-1 starts in 102 seasons.

TCU (4-6, 2-5; defeated Iowa State, 21-17; at Kansas State Saturday)
Trevone Boykin had five carries and scored touchdowns on three, a career single-game high. He has six rushing touchdowns this season.

Aaron Green ran for a career-high 72 yards on 19 carries.

Brandon Carter had a season-high six receptions.

Prior to allowing Iowa State’s kickoff return to start the second half, TCU had the nation’s longest streak (135 games) of not allowing a kickoff return for a TD.

Texas (7-2, 6-0; defeated West Virginia, 47-40 in overtime; vs. Oklahoma State Saturday)
Quarterback Case McCoy had career highs for attempts (49( and completions (27).

Kicker Anthony Fera converted a career-high 4-of-4 field goal attempts and is 15 of 16 on the season.

Texas is 6-0 in Big 12 play for the fifth time under Mack Brown (previously in 1999, 2005, 2006, 2009).

Texas had six sacks and has 24 in its last six games.

Texas has scored 30 or more in six consecutive games, the longest streak sinc e2009.

Texas won its first overtime game and its second OT game ever. UT lost in overtime to Oklahoma in 1996.

In the last two games between Texas and West Virginia, the teams have combined to score 180 points.

Texas Tech (7-3, 4-3; lost to Kansas State, 49-26; vs. Baylor Saturday)
Senior Eric Ward (11 receptions, 107 yards) moved past Michael Crabtree in fourth place on the school’s all-time career receptions list.  Ward has 237 career catches.

Junior Jace Amaro (nine receptions, 67 yards) has had nine consecutive games with at least eight receptions.

Texas Tech led the nation with 257 consecutive extra points until a third quarter attempt was blocked by Kansas State. It also ended a streak of 101 consecutive PATs by kicker Ryan Bustin.

The attendance was 54,609. In six home games, Texas Tech set a school record with an average home attendance of 57,932 and a record for average student attendance of 11,249.

West Virginia (4-5, 2-5; lost to Texas, 47-40 in overtime; at Kansas Saturday)
Mario Alford’s 72-yard touchdown reception was the first TD of his career.

Nick O’Toole had four punts of 50 yards or more and this season has 11 punts of at least 50 yards.

West Virginia blocked a punt for a safety for the first time since 2000.

West Virginia played in consecutive overtime games for the first time in program history.
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