Nov. 4, 2006
2006 BAYLOR FOOTBALL Nov. 4, 2006
BAYLOR 55, TEXAS TECH 21
Jones AT&T Stadium Lubbock, Texas
The all-time series is tied 32-32-1.
Texas Tech leads the all-time series 22-14-1 in games played at Lubbock.
Texas Tech leads the series 11-0 since the inception of the Big 12 Conference.
Baylor is 8-6 all-time on Nov. 4 and 29-58-5 all-time on the first Saturday of November.
Baylor is 6-19 in day games under head coach Guy Morriss.
Baylor is 10-18 on artificial turf under Morriss, 3-5 this season.
Baylor is 6-15 when the opponent scores first under Morriss, 1-2 this season.
Baylor is 5-16 in white jerseys under Morriss, 6-9 in white pants, 3-5 in white-on-white and 5-7 in green helmets.
With two Texas Tech, Baylor has five one-play TD drives this season. All five have involved QB Blake Szymanski and/or WR Trent Shelton (three Shelton receptions, two Szymanski passes and one Szymanski run).
With two against Texas Tech, Baylor has seven TD drives of less than one minute this season.
Baylor has led at some point in every game this season.
Baylor has forced at least one turnover in 19 of its last 21 games.
Szymanski's 56-yard first-quarter TD pass was the longest pass of his career.
Szymanski's two rushing TDs were the first of his career. He is the first Baylor quarterback with two rushing TDs in a game since Nov. 21, 1992, when J.J. Joe accomplished the feat in a 21-20 Baylor victory over Texas at Floyd Casey Stadium.
WR Trent Shelton has recorded at least one reception in 43 consecutive games, extending his school record. It is the fourth-longest active streak in Division I-A.
Shelton's first-quarter TD reception was the 14th of his career, moving into sole possession of fifth place all-time at Baylor. It also was his eighth of the season, tying for second in school history.
Shelton moved into 10th position on Baylor's single-season yards receiving list; he now has 772 yards on the year.
Zeigler has recorded at least one reception in 30 consecutive games. He also has at least two receptions in each of those 30 games.
With his second 60-yard punt of the day, P Daniel Sepulveda broke the all-time NCAA record for career punts of at least 50 yards. It was Sepulveda's 87th career punt of at least 50 yards, breaking Brian Smith's 20-year-old record (86, 1983-1986, Mississippi).
Sepulveda also registered the 20th and 21st 60-plus-yard punts of his career.
PK Ryan Havens moved into sixth place on Baylor's career kicking points scored list; he now has 122 career points.
WR David Gettis' fourth-quarter reception was the first of his career.
Career high tackles for FS C.J. Wilson.