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Baylor, Oklahoma State Postgame Notes

Oct. 29, 2011

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3/4 OKLAHOMA STATE (8-0, 5-0) 59, RV/RV BAYLOR (4-3, 1-3) 24

OCT. 29, 2011 • ATTENDANCE: 58,274

• Saturday was the 30th meeting between Baylor and Oklahoma State. The Cowboys leads the all-time series 18-12 overall and holds a 11-5 series advantage in games played in Stillwater.
• Saturday was Baylor’s third trip to Stillwater in the last four seasons. Baylor has lost 10 straight games at OSU and hasn’t won in Stillwater since 1939.
• Baylor is 73-42-2 all-time as a ranked team, including a 2-4 record against Big 12 opponents.

• Baylor’s defense has forced at least one turnover in all seven games this season.
• Baylor was held scoreless in the first half for the first time since the 2010 Texas Bowl (Dec. 29, 2010). It was the first time Baylor was held scoreless in a regular-season game since Nov. 6, 2010, at Oklahoma State.
• Baylor was held scoreless in the first quarter for only the second time this season and for the first time since the 2010 Texas Bowl. It was the first time Baylor was held scoreless in the first quarter on the road since 2010 at Oklahoma State.
• Baylor committed a season-high five turnovers — the most turnovers since Aug. 28, 2008, against Wake Forest (five).
• Baylor’s has two drives of 16-plus plays — a 16-play drive to open game and a 21-play drive in the fourth quarter.
• Baylor set a single-game school passing record for 446 yards (previous mark was 434 vs. Kansas, 2010).
• Baylor ran a season-high 105 offensive plays.

• QB Robert Griffin III established the Baylor single-season record for passing TDs, breaking the single-season mark he shared with Blake Szymanski. RG3 now has 24 passing TDs through seven games (he had 22 in 13 games in 2010).
• Griffin III posted his second consecutive 400-yard passing game and third of his career. RG3 threw for 425 yards — five shy of his school record — and set personal career bests for pass completions (33) and pass attempts (50). It was his ninth career 300-yard passing performance.
• Griffin III moved up to ninth on Baylor’s career rushing list. He now has 1,877 career rushing yards.
• Griffin III broke his own school mark for yards of total offense in a single game, tallying 452 yards.
• Griffin III threw multiple INTs in a game for the first time since Nov. 20, 2010, vs. Oklahoma.
• Griffin III moved up to fourth on the Baylor single-season list with 2,697 yards of total offense.
• Griffin III moved up to fourth on the Baylor single-season list with 2,375 passing yards.
• All four of Griffin III’s interceptions this season have come on the road.
• IR Kendall Wright has seven or more receptions in eught consecutive games.
• Wright moved up to fourh place in Big 12 history with 260 career receptions.
• Wright moved up to sixth place in Big 12 history with 3,215 career receiving yards.
• Wright has recorded a reception in all 44 games of his career.
• Wright posted his fifth 100-yard receiving game of the season.
• Wright moved up to a fourth-place tie on the Baylor single-season list with 66 receptions, making his receptions total from his sophomore season in 2009.
• Wright moved up to fifth place on the Baylor single-season list with 874 receiving yards.
• WR Terrance Williams established a career high with 154 receiving yards and tied a career high with eight receptions.
• Williams has accounted for both of RG3’s pass plays of 70-plus yards this season — 72 at Oklahoma State and 77 at Texas A&M.
• WR Lanear Sampson has recorded a reception in 24 consecutive games — the second-longest streak on the team (behind Wright).
• C Philip Blake made his 32nd consecutive start, OL Ivory Wade made his 27th consecutive start and Griffin III made his 21st consecutive start.
• PK Aaron Jones moved up to fourth on Baylor’s single-season list with 38 PAT kicks made.
• Jones’ third-quarter 36-yard FG snapped his streak of four consecutive missed FG attempts.
• RB Terrance Ganaway moved up to a ninth-place tie on Baylor’s single-season rushing TDs list with his eighth score of 2011.
• With 88 yards at OSU, Ganaway needs 77 rushing yards to break into Baylor’s single-season top 10 list.
• Junior DB Chance Casey made his career-first start as a safety after making 20 starts at cornerback.
• LB Brody Trahan recorded his second career pass completion, connecting with TE Jerod Monk on a 21-yard pass on a fake punt in the third quarter.



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