Oct. 28, 2006
Final Stats |
2006 BAYLOR FOOTBALL
#22 TEXAS A&M 31, BAYLOR 21
Floyd Casey Stadium Waco, Texas
Texas A&M leads the all-time series 64-30-9, including a 33-19-6 edge in games played in Waco.
Texas A&M leads the series 10-1 since the inception of the Big 12 Conference.
Baylor is 8-7 all-time on Oct. 28.
Baylor is 44-52-4 all-time on the fourth Saturday of October.
Baylor is 9-10 in night games under head coach Guy Morriss.
Baylor is 6-14 when the opponent scores first under Morriss, 1-1 this season.
Baylor is 10-17 on artificial turf under Morriss, 3-4 this season.
Baylor is 10-13 in green jerseys under Morriss, 2-3 in gold pants, 2-3 in green-on-gold and 10-22 in gold helmets.
Tonight's attendance was Floyd Casey Stadium record.
Fourth crowd over 50,000 in stadium history, all were against Texas A&M.
Season-to-date total attendance of 228,338 is the largest at Baylor since the school-record total of 240,367 over six games in 1991.
Baylor did not allow a score in the third quarter for the second consecutive game and the third time this season (Kansas State, Kansas, Texas A&M).
The Bears failed to force a turnover tonight, snapping a streak of 10 consecutive games forcing at least one turnover.
QB Shawn Bell has completed at least one TD pass in 11 consecutive games, extending his Baylor record.
Bell has passed for at least 200 yards in 11 consecutive games, extending his Baylor record.
Bell moved into second place on Baylor's career yards passing list. He now has 5,666 career yards.
Bell's 79-yard first-quarter TD pass to Dominique Zeigler was the longest pass of Bell's career, the longest reception of Zeigler's career and the 15th-longest pass play in Baylor history.
WR Trent Shelton has recorded at least one reception in 42 consecutive games, extending his school record. Until tonight he had at least two receptions in 18 consecutive.
Zeigler has recorded at least one reception in 29 consecutive games. He also has at least two receptions in each of those 29 games.
Zeigler's first-quarter TD reception was the 13th of his career. He moved into a tie for fifth all-time at Baylor.
IR Carl Sims' 24-yard first-quarter punt return was the longest of his career.
RB Paul Mosley's third-quarter TD run was the 16th of his career. He moved into sole possession on Baylor's career chart.
CB Braelon Davis' fourth-quarter blocked field goal was the second kick block of his career. The other was a blocked punt against North Texas in 2004.
ROV Brandon Stiggers recorded a gingle game career-high nine total tackles, including five solo tackles which ties his career best.
DE Geoff Nelson tied his single game career-high solo tackles with three tonight.