Nov. 15, 2008
Final Stats |
Texas A&M leads all-time series 65-31-9, including an 11-2 advantage since the inception of the Big 12 Conference.
Texas A&M holds a 33-21-6 advantage in games played in Waco, but Baylor has won two of the last three meetings.
Baylor is 42-48-5 all-time on the third weekend of November, including a 5-6-1 mark on Nov. 15. This was Baylor's first-ever home game on Nov. 15.
Baylor's total season home attendance -- 238,870 -- is the third-largest season total in Floyd Casey Stadium history.
Baylor has at least one rushing touchdown in 11 consecutive games. This is the longest such streak by a Baylor team since a 14-game run over the 1997 and 1998 seasons and the longest within one season in program history.
Baylor produced at least 100 yards rushing for the fourth consecutive Big 12 game, the Bears' longest such streak since a seven-game streak to end the 1997 season.
Baylor eclipsed 200 yards rushing in consecutive Big 12 games for the first time since a three-game stretch in 1997.
Baylor's defense recorded three interceptions in a game for the first time since last year's Buffalo game.
Baylor's fifth-largest margin of victory ever over Texas A&M and its largest since a 39-point victory in 1980.
Baylor scored 40-plus points in a Big 12 game for only the fifth time ever and the first time since the 2005 Oklahoma State game.
Baylor's 269 yards rushing were its most ever in a Big 12 game.
Griffin moved into sixth place on Baylor's single-season passing yards list (2,000).
Griffin moved into ninth place on Baylor's single-season pass completions list (148).
Griffin moved into a fifth-place tie on Baylor's single-season passing touchdowns list (14).
Griffin established Baylor's single-season touchdown responsibility record (25), which previously was held by Blake Szymanski (23, last season).
Griffin moved into second place on Baylor's single-season total yards chart (2,744).
RB Jay Finley recorded his second 100-yard game of the season.
RB Jacoby Jones scored two rushing touchdowns in a game for the first time in his career.
IR Thomas White moved into sole possession of eighth place on Baylor's career touchdown receptions list (12).
LB Joe Pawelek moved into second place on Baylor's career assisted tackles list (170).
Pawlek moved into fifth place on Baylor's single-season assisted tackles list (70). He joins Mike Singletary (1978, 1979, 1980) and Geff Gandy (1982) as the only Baylor players to amass at least 70 assisted tackles in one season.
Pawelek recorded the first multiple-interception game of his career.
Pawelek now has six interceptions on the season, most of any linebacker in Bowl Subdivision and the most by a Baylor player since Michael McFarland had six in 1991.
Pawelek moved into a tie five-way tie for eighth place on Baylor's single-season interceptions list.
Pawelek has at least one interception in three consecutive games.
Pawelek has three interceptions in Baylor's end zone this season and four during his career.
IR Mikail Baker moved into a sixth-place tie on Baylor's career kickoff returns list (52).
K Ben Parks moved into second place on Baylor's single-season extra points made list (37).