Postgame Notes

Sept. 16, 2006

Recap |  Final Stats

• Baylor leads the all-time series 3-2-0.
• Baylor is 12-11-0 all-time against teams from the Pac-10 Conference.
• Baylor is 3-2-0 all-time in the state of Washington.
• Baylor is 0-6-0 all-time on Sept. 16.
• Baylor is 30-14-0 on the third Saturday of September.

• Baylor has not allowed a first-quarter score in four straight games.
• Baylor's first-quarter safety on Washington State's errant punt snap was the Bears' first safety since the 2003 season opener against UAB when James Todd blocked a punt through the back of the end zone.
• That safety gave Baylor a 2-0 lead for the first time since Sept. 27, 1980, at Texas Tech.
• Washington State's second-quarter touchdown was the first score Baylor has allowed in the first half this season.
• CB Anthony Arline's fourth-quarter fumble recovery returned for a touchdown was Baylor's third non-offensive score of the season and 16th under head coach Guy Morriss.
• Baylor is 7-2 under Morriss when leading at halftime. Both losses have come this season.
• Baylor is 7-2 under Morriss when forcing at least three turnovers.
• Baylor's rushing total (minus-10 yards) was its lowest since a school-record low minus-37 yards rushing against Kansas State in 2002.

• OG Dan Gay made his first career start.
• WR Trent Shelton has recorded at least one reception in 36 consecutive games, extending his school record.
• CB C.J. Wilson recorded an interception for the third consecutive game. He has at least one interception in four of his last five and six of his last eight games, recording nine picks in that eight-game span.
• IR Justin Fenty's first-quarter TD reception was the first reception and the first touchdown of his career. It came on his third career play from scrimmage.
• Fenty established career highs in receptions and receiving yardage.
• CB Anthony Arline's fourth-quarter fumble recovery returned for a touchdown was the first score of his career.
• QB Shawn Bell tied his own school record for completions in a non-overtime game; he also had 31 completions in the season opener against TCU.
• Bell has recorded at least 200 yards passing in five consecutive games, the longest such streak since Don Trull's school-record seven-game run during the 1963 season.
• Bell recorded his 10th career 200-yard passing game, joining Trull (12) and Cody Carlson (11) as the only Baylor quarterbacks with at least 10 career 200-yard passing games.
• Bell moved into eighth place on Baylor's career passing yardage list; he now has 3,914 yards.
• Bell moved into second place on Baylor's career completions list; he now has 405 completions. Bell joins Jeff Watson (425) as the only Baylor quarterbacks to ever reach 400 career completions.
• Bell moved into a four-way tie for sixth place on Baylor's career TD passes list; he now has 25 TD passes.
• RB Brandon Whitaker established career highs with 10 receptions and 57 yards receiving.
• P Daniel Sepulveda moved into second place on Baylor's career punts list; he now has 229 career punts, trailing only Ron Stowe (252 punts).
• Sepulveda topped the 10,000-yard plateau in career punt yardage.
• Sepulveda's 61-yard punt in the fourth quarter was the 15th punt of his career of at least 60 yards.



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