Oct. 6, 2007
Final Stats |
2007 BAYLOR FOOTBALL
Oct. 6, 2007
BAYLOR (3-3, 0-2) 43, COLORADO (4-2, 2-0) 23
Floyd Casey Stadium Waco, Texas
Colorado leads the all-time series 9-6, including a 4-2 edge since the inception of the Big 12 Conference.
Baylor opens Big 12 play 0-2 for the first time since 2004.
Baylor is 200-195-21 all-time in October, including a 5-14 mark under head coach Guy Morriss.
Baylor is 51-37-5 all-time on the first Saturday of October, including a 6-6 mark on Oct. 6.
Baylor is 7-17-1 all-time when 3-3, including a 5-7-1 record when following a loss.
Baylor is 8-26 all-time against Big 12 North opponents, including a 5-8 record under Morriss.
Baylor is 6-29 when trailing at halftime under Morriss.
Baylor is 6-20 when the opponent scores first under Morriss.
Baylor is 12-11 in night games under Morriss.
Baylor is 13-21 on artificial turf under Morriss.
Baylor is 12-15 in green jerseys under Morriss, 3-5 in gold pants, 3-5 in green-on-gold and 12-24 in green helmets.
Baylor's defense has forced at least one turnover in 26 of the last 29 games.
Baylor's defense allowed a touchdown on the opponent's opening drive for the first time since last year's Texas Tech game.
Most first-quarter points allowed (10) by Baylor's defense since last year's Oklahoma State game (10).
Most first-half points allowed (27) by Baylor's defense since last year's Oklahoma State game (38).
Colorado's 54-yard field goal to end the first half was the first field goal of 50-plus yards against Baylor since Texas' Kris Stockton made a 50-yarder in 1999.
Colorado's 54-yard field goal to end the first half was the longest against Baylor since SMU's John Stewart made a 55-yarder to end the first half in 1993.
Most points Baylor has allowed in a home game since Texas scored 62 points in 2005.
Most points Baylor has allowed in a home game against an unranked opponent since Texas Tech scored 62 points in 2003.
Baylor's offensive line did not allow a sack for the second consecutive game.
With 86 career receptions, RB Brandon Whitaker moved into Baylor's 13th place on Baylor's career receptions list.
Whitaker also broke Jeffrey Murray's school record for career receptions by a non-receiver.
Whitaker's 62-yard, second-quarter reception was the longest of his career.
Whitaker established a career high with 166 yards receiving, the most by a non-receiver in school history and 8th overall.
Whitaker produced Baylor's first 100-yard receiving game since Dominique Zeigler's 180-yard performance against Texas A&M last season.
WR David Gettis established career highs with 8 receptions and 99 yards receiving.
QB Blake Szymanski moved into 9th place on Baylor's single-season yards passing list; he now has 1,815 yards on the season.
Syzmanski set school records with 36 completions and 60 attempts.
Szymanski moved into 7th place on Baylor's single-season completions list; he now has 152 completions on the season.
Szymanski moved into 3rd place on Baylor's single-season touchdowns passing list; he now has 15 touchdown passes on the season.
Szymanski finished with 410 yards passing, the 3rd-best single-game total in school history only behind his 412 yards against Rice and 411 yards against Texas State.
Szymanksi became the first player in school history with three 400-yard passing games in a season.
Szymanski joined Neal Jeffrey as the only players in school history with three career 300-yard passing games.
SS Brandon Stiggers recorded his first career interception in the fourth quarter.