Oct. 21, 2006
BAYLOR 36 KANSAS 35
Floyd Casey Stadium Waco, Texas
Baylor leads the all-time series 5-3, including a 4-0 edge in games played at Floyd Casey Stadium.
The series is 3-2 since the inception of the Big 12 Conference with the home team winning each game.
Baylor is 8-25 against teams from the Big 12 North. The Bears have won four of their last six games against North opponents.
Baylor is 34-36-4 all-time in Homecoming games as the win snapped an eight-game losing streak on Homecoming.
Baylor is 6-8 all-time on Oct. 21.
Baylor is 48-36-6 all-time on the third Saturday of October.
Baylor is 6-18 in night games under head coach Guy Morriss.
Baylor is 9-14 when scoring first under Morriss, 3-4 this season.
Baylor is 10-16 on artificial turf under Morriss, 3-3 this season.
Baylor is 10-12 in green jerseys under Morriss, 2-2 in gold pants, 2-2 in green-on-gold and 10-21 in gold helmets.
Baylor's 18-point comeback tied for the third-largest deficit at any point in a game overcome for a victory in Baylor history.
Baylor's 18-point comeback tied for the largest fourth-quarter comeback in school history, matching the 1936 game in which Texas led 18-0 only to see Baylor win 21-18.
Baylor allowed multiple first-quarter scores for the first time since Oct. 2, 2004, when Texas scored two TDs, snapping a streak of 25 consecutive games.
Most first-half points allowed by Baylor since Oct. 2, 2004, when Texas scored 37 first-half points.
Baylor's defense has recorded at least one turnover in 10 consecutive games.
Second time this season Baylor did not allow a second-half score (Kansas State).
Baylor swept the Big 12 North for the first time.
Baylor had two receivers with at least 100 yards receiving (Dominique Zeiger  and Trent Shelton ) for the first time since the 1998 game at Texas Tech (Morris Anderson  and Derrius Thompson ).
QB Shawn Bell has completed at least one TD pass in 10 consecutive games, extending his Baylor record.
Bell established Baylor single-game records for completions (33), yards passing (394) and TD (5).
Bell's first TD pass of the game established a Baylor record for career TD passes. Bell, who entered the game tied with Cody Carlson (1983-86) for the all-time lead, finished the game with five TD passes.
Bell tossed at least four TD passes in a game for third time in his career, the second time this season.
Bell moved into fourth place on Baylor's career yards passing chart; he now has 5,406 career yards.
Bell moved into first place on Baylor's single-season yards passing chart; he now has 2,323 yards on the season.
Bell moved into first place on Baylor's single-season TD passes chart; he now has 18 TD passes on the season.
Bell has passed for at least 200 yards in 10 consecutive games, extending his Baylor record.
WR Trent Shelton has recorded at least one reception in 41 consecutive games, extending his school record. He also has at least two receptions in 18 consecutive.
Shelton moved into fourth place on Baylor's career receptions list. He now has 148 career receptions.
Shelton has at least one TD receptions in five consecutive games, the first player in Baylor history to accomplish the feat.
Shelton is tied for sixth place with Lawrence Elkins and Charles Dancer on Baylor's single-season TD receptions list. He now has seven TD receptions this year.
Shelton is now tied for fifth place with Bruce Davis on Baylor's career TD receptions list. He now has 13 TD receptions.
WR Dominique Zeigler has recorded at least one reception in 28 consecutive games. He also has at least two receptions in each of those 27 games.
Zeigler moved into third place on Baylor's career receptions list. He know has 150 career receptions.
Zeigler stays in fifth place place on Baylor's career receiving yards list. He now has 1,635 career receiving yards.
Zeigler is now tied for third with Reggie Newhouse for single season receptions. He now has 62 receptions this season.
Zeigler moved into sixth place on Baylor's career TD receptions list. He now has 12 TD receptions.
IR Thomas White's 34-yard first-quarter reception was the longest of his career.
CB Queito Teasley's 59-yard second-quarter kickoff return was the longest of his career.
P Daniel Sepulveda established a Baylor record for career punts; he now has 254 career punts.