Oct. 14, 2006
2006 BAYLOR FOOTBALL Oct. 14, 2006
#6 TEXAS 63, BAYLOR 31
Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium Austin, Texas
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.
This was the third-largest crowd to ever witness a Baylor game. Only Baylor's 1975 and 1997 games at Michigan drew larger crowds.
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.
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.