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Postgame Notes




Oct. 14, 2006

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2006 BAYLOR FOOTBALL Oct. 14, 2006
POSTGAME NOTES
#6 TEXAS 63, BAYLOR 31
Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium • Austin, Texas
Attendance: 88,966

MISCELLANEOUS NOTES
• Texas leads the all-time series 70-22-4, including a 42-8-2 edge in games played at Austin.
• Texas leads the series 10-1 since the inception of the Big 12 Conference.
• Texas has won each of the last 10 meetings.
• Baylor is 38-149-5 all-time against ranked opponents, 22-129-1 when unranked and playing a ranked opponent.
• Baylor is 37-64-2 all-time in televised games, 2-11 under head coach Guy Morriss. The Bears fall to 0-4-1 all-time on TBS.
• Baylor drops to 9-9 under Morriss in night games.
• Baylor is 5-9-1 all-time on Oct. 14.
• Baylor is 46-48-4 all-time on the second Saturday of October.
• Baylor is 5-11 under Morriss on natural grass, 1-1 this season.
• Baylor is 7-14 under Morriss when scoring first, 1-4 this season.
• Baylor is 12-8 under Morriss when scoring at least 20 points and 7-2 when scoring at least 30 points.
• Baylor is 5-15 in white jerseys under Morriss, 7-17 in green pants, 2-11 in white-on-green and 5-6 in green helmets.

ATTENDANCE NOTES
• This was the third-largest crowd to ever witness a Baylor game. Only Baylor's 1975 and 1997 games at Michigan drew larger crowds.

TEAM NOTES
• Baylor won the toss for the first time this season.
• Baylor has outscored its opponents 109-43 in the first quarter since the start of the 2005 season. The Bears have outscored their opponents 64-7 in the first quarter over the last eight games.
• Baylor has not allowed a first-quarter score in eight of its last nine games. The Bears have not allowed multiple first-quarter scores since Oct. 2, 2004, when Texas scored two TDs (25 consecutive games).
• Baylor trailed at the half for the first time since last year's game at Missouri, snapping a seven-game streak.
• Baylor's defense has recorded at least one turnover in nine consecutive games.
• Most points Baylor has scored against Texas since 1994, a 63-35 Texas victory in Waco.
• Third-most total points ever scored in a Baylor game (98, Texas, 1994).
• Tied for third-most points allowed by Baylor in a conference game; also tied most allowed to Texas as a conference opponent (1994).
• Most points scored against Texas this season.

INDIVIDUAL NOTES
• QB Shawn Bell has completed at least one touchdown pass in nine consecutive games, extending his Baylor record.
• QB Shawn Bell has passed for at least 200 yards in nine consecutive games, extending his Baylor record.
• It was Bell's 14th career 200-yard passing game, also extending his school record.
• Bell's fourth-quarter TD pass to Jacoby Jones was the 32nd TD pass of Bell's career, tying Cody Carlson's school record.
• Bell has 32 career TD passes against 15 career interceptions. No other Baylor quarterback with at least 25 career TD passes had fewer than 27 career interceptions.
• Bell became the fifth quarterback in Baylor history to eclipse the 5,000-yard plateau in career passing yards. He now has 5,012 yards.
• Bell moved into first place on Baylor's career pass attempts list. He now has 839, eclipsing the previous mark of 802 held by Jeff Watson.
• With 13 TD passes this season, Bell has eclipsed his previous career high (12, 2005) and moved into fifth place on Baylor's all-time single-season TD passes list.
• Bell moved into sixth place on Baylor's single-season yards passing list. With 1,928 yards passing on the season, Bell is just 356 yards shy of Carlson's 1986 school record.
• Bell established Baylor's single-season completions record. He now has 194 completions this season, eclipsing the previous school mark of 190 he set last season.
• It was the first 300-yard passing game of Bell's career and the first by a Baylor quarterback since Aaron Karas had 359 yards passing against Kansas in 2002.
• WR Trent Shelton has recorded at least one reception in 40 consecutive games, extending his school record. He also has at least two receptions in 17 consecutive.
• Shelton has at least one TD receptions in four consecutive games.
• Shelton moved into a five-way tie for sixth on Baylor's career TD receptions list with 11.
• Second 100-yard receiving game of Shelton's career, both coming this season.
• WR Dominique Zeigler has recorded at least one reception in 27 consecutive games. He also has at least two receptions in each of those 27 games.
• Zeigler moved into sixth place on Baylor's career yards receiving list. He now has 1,513 yards.
• WR Mikail Baker's 58-yard second-quarter kickoff return was a career long. It was the longest kickoff return by a Baylor player since Shaun Rochon's 98-yard TD return at Oklahoma last season.
• The third-quarter Zeigler-to-Bell TD pass was the first TD pass of Zeigler's career and the first TD reception of Bell's career.
• RB Paul Mosley's 56-yard third-quarter run was the longest run by a Bear since Mosley's career-long 57-yard TD run at Texas A&M last season.
• IR Thomas White established career highs for receptions (6) and yards receiving (95).
• Jones' fourth-quarter TD reception was the second reception of his career and his first career TD reception.
• CB C.J. Wilson tied his career high with seven tackles, equaling his total from last week's game at Colorado.


 

 

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