Sept. 30, 2006
Final Stats |
Kansas State leads the all-time series 5-1.
Kansas State leads the series 4-1 since the inception of the Big 12 Conference.
Kansas State leads the series 3-1 in games played in Waco.
Baylor is 45-41-1 all-time in conference openers, including a 2-8 mark in Big 12 openers.
Baylor is 3-2 when opening Big 12 play at home.
Baylor is 6-25 against teams from the Big 12 North.
Baylor is 6-3 all-time on Sept. 30.
Baylor is 19-6 all-time on the fifth Saturday of September.
Baylor is 12-12 when either the Bears or the opposing team scores exactly 17 points.
Baylor is 10-12 at Floyd Casey Stadium under head coach Guy Morriss.
Baylor is 9-3 under Morriss when holding an opponent to less than 20 points.
Baylor is 9-8 in night games under Morriss.
Baylor is 9-12 in green jerseys under Morriss, 6-16 in green pants, 5-7 in green-on-green and 9-21 in gold helmets.
Baylor has not allowed a first-quarter score in six straight games. That is the longest such streak since the Bears held seven consecutive opponents scoreless in the first quarter during the 1990 and 1991 seasons (last two games of 1990 and first five of 1991).
Baylor's 90-yard scoring drive in the first quarter was the Bears' longest drive this season in terms of yardage.
Six of Baylor's last 10 interceptions have turned into Baylor scores, including the Bears' third-quarter FG against Kansas State following Dwain Crawford's interception.
Tonight's game marks the first time Baylor has ever denied a Big 12 opponent a touchdown in an entire game.
Kansas State's three points are the fewest Baylor has allowed in a conference game since holding Iowa State to 13 points.
QB Shawn Bell's
75-yard TD pass to WR Trent Shelton
in the first quarter was the longest pass play of Bell's career and the longest reception of Shelton's career. It also tied for the 20th-longest pass play in school history; it was the longest Baylor pass since 2002.
Bell has passed for at least 200 yards in seven consecutive games, tying Don Trull's school record established during the 1963 season.
It was Bell's 12th career 200-yard passing game, tying Trull's school record.
Bell has recorded at least one TD pass in seven straight games. That is the longest streak by a Baylor quarterback since Brad Goebel did so in the first seven games of the 1987 season.
Bell moved into fifth on Baylor's career passing yards chart with 4,437 yards.
Bell moved into second on Baylor's career passing attempts list with 748 attempts.
Shelton has recorded at least one reception in 38 consecutive games, extending his school record.
WR Dominique Zeigler
has recorded at least one reception in 25 consecutive games. He also has at least two receptions in each of those 25 games.
Zeigler's third-quarter TD reception was his first of the season and the 11th of his career; he moved into a four-way tie for sixth on Baylor's career list.
Shelton is tied for fifth place on Baylor's career receptions list with Robert Quiroga
; he now has 131.
Zeigler moved into fourth place on Baylor's career receptions list; he now has 133.
Zeigler moved into eighth place on Baylor's career yards receiving list; he now has 1,403.
P Daniel Sepulveda's
68-yard second-quarter punt was his 16th career punt of at least 60 yards.
Sepulveda's fourth quarter 78-yard punt ties his career high and became his 17th career punt of at least 60 yards.
IR Queito Teasley's
47-yard third-quarter punt return was the longest of his career.
With 5 points, K Ryan Havens
moved into ninth place on Baylor's career scoring list with 96 career points.
LB Joe Pawelek established a career high with three QB hurries; he had two total in his first four games.
FS Dwain Crawford
recorded his first career two-interception game. He joins C.J. Wilson
as Bears who have posted multiple-interception games this season.
FS Jordan Lake's
third quarter interception is the first of his career.