Sept. 29, 2007
2007 BAYLOR FOOTBALL Sept. 29, 2007
TEXAS A&M (4-1, 1-0) 34, BAYLOR (3-2, 0-1) 10
Kyle Field College Station, Texas
Ninth-largest crowd to ever watch a Baylor game.
Largest crowd to ever watch a Baylor-Texas A&M game.
Texas A&M leads the all-time series 65-30-9.
This is the second most-played series in Baylor football history behind only TCU (105 meetings).
Baylor is 120-62-2 all-time in September, including a 12-7 mark under head coach Guy Morriss.
Baylor is 19-7 all-time on the fifth Saturday of September, including an 8-4 mark on Sept. 29.
Baylor is 14-12-1 all-time when 3-1, going 6-4 in such games since 1985.
Baylor is 10-8-1 all-time when 3-1 following a win, including a 4-2 mark in such games since 1985, and 2-2 all-time when 3-1 with a three-game winning streak.
Baylor is 45-42-4 all-time in conference openers, including a 3-9 mark in Big 12 Conference openers.
Baylor is 37-69-2 all-time in televised games, including a 2-16 mark under head coach Guy Morriss.
Baylor is 6-28 when trailing at halftime under Morriss.
Baylor is 6-23 in day games under Morriss.
Baylor is 5-13 on natural grass under Morriss.
Baylor is 6-19 in white jerseys under Morriss, 10-19 in green pants, 3-13 in white-on-green and 6-10 in green helmets.
Baylor has held its opponent without a first-quarter offensive touchdown in 18 of the last 27 games. The Bears have accomplished the feat in four of five games this season.
Baylor's defense has forced at least one turnover in 25 of the last 28 games.
Baylor has out-scored its opponents 41-10 in the first quarter this season.
Texas A&M's second-quarter, 58-yard touchdown play was the longest play allowed this season by Baylor's defense; the previous long was a 51-yard pass against Rice.
Texas A&M is the first Baylor opponent with multiple 100-yard rushers since Missouri in 2005 (two).
Texas A&M ran 94 total offensive plays, the most against a Baylor team since Oklahoma had 95 in 2005 and tied for the fourth-most in Baylor history.
Baylor managed seven first downs on the day, its fewest since Oklahoma held the Bears to seven first downs in 2000.
WR David Gettis made his first career start.
Gettis' fourth-quarter, 69-yard reception was the longest of his career.
Gettis established a career high with 88 yards receiving.
K Caleb Allen's first-quarter 46-yard field goal was his first career field goal attempt, first career field goal and first career points.
IR Joe Bennett's third-quarter, 18-yard reception was his first career catch.
FS Jordan Lake established a career high with 18 tackles, including a career-high 11 solo stops.
Lake tallied most tackles by a Baylor player since Maurice Lane had 23 stops against Texas Tech in 2003.
SS Brandon Stiggers established a career high with 13 tackles, including a career-high tying six solo stops.