Sept. 18, 2010
Box Score |
No. 6/4 Texas 24, Texas Tech 14
September 18, 2010
Jones AT&T Stadium - Lubbock, Texas
- The 144 yards of total offense for Texas Tech was the fewest the Longhorns have yielded to the Red Raiders since 1982 (134).
- The 158 passing yards for Texas Tech was the fewest the Longhorns have yielded to the Red Raiders since 1999 (137).
- The 14 points were the fewest Texas Tech has scored in Lubbock in the series since 1984 (10) and the fewest overall in the series since 2001 (7).
- Texas held Texas Tech to -14 rushing yards for the game, the fourth time the Longhorns have held the Red Raiders to negative rushing yards since 2004 ([-17] - 2004; [-13] - 2006; [-6] - 2009).
- Texas held an opponent to under 200 yards of total offense for the sixth time in the last two seasons.
- Texas started the season 3-0 for the fourth consecutive season.
- Texas improved to 45-15 (.750) in the all-time series against Texas Tech, including winning 10 of the last 12.
- Texas improved to 17-10 (.630) versus Texas Tech in games played in Lubbock.
- Texas improved to 11-2 in Big 12 Conference opening games under Mack Brown, including three wins against Texas Tech.
- Texas improved to 12-3 overall in Big 12 Conference opening games.
- Texas improved to 50-6 (.893) against teams within the state's borders under Mack Brown.
- Texas owned a 12:00-3:00 advantage in time of possession in the first quarter.
- Texas owned a 149-(-4) advantage in total offense in the first quarter.
- Texas' defense held Texas Tech to -3 rushing yards on 10 carries in the first half and -11 rushing yards on eight carries in the second half.
- Texas has won 33 of its last 36 games played in August/September and 40 of 45 overall under Mack Brown.
Mack Brown ERA MARKS
- UT is now 109-3 when outrushing an opponent.
- UT is now 97-14 when outpassing an opponent.
- UT is now 99-16 when passing for more than 200 yards.
- UT is now 93-10 when scoring first.
- UT is now 125-14 when scoring more than 20 points.
- UT is now 3-3 when tied at halftime.
- UT is now 117-5 when leading after three quarters.
- UT is now 96-9 against unranked opponents.
- Brown's INT early in the third quarter was his first of the season and the second of his career.
- Brown's 74-yard INT return was three yards shy of his career long, a 77-yard return against Oklahoma State in 2009.
- Davis' 7-yard TD reception with 8:41 remaining in the first quarter was the second of his career.
- Davis six receptions are tied with four others for fifth place on UT's freshman list. B.J. Johnson holds the record with nine vs. Baylor in 2000.
- Davis' 13 receptions in the last two games is one shy of the record for UT freshman in back-to-back games. B.J. Johnson holds the record with 14 (9 vs. Baylor and 5 vs. Texas Tech in 2000.
- Gideon's interception with 3:21 remaining in the first quarter was his first of the season and the seventh of his career.
- Gilbert moved his career record as a starter to 3-0.
- Gilbert's two TD passes moves his season total to three and career tally to five.
- Gilbert recorded his second career 200-yard passing game.
- Gilbert recorded a career-high 227 passing yards, surpassing his 222-yard effort one week earlier against Wyoming.
- Gilbert logged a career-high for first-half passing yards with 172, topping the 167 he threw against Wyoming.
- Jeffcoat's fumble recovery with 13:22 remaining in the first quarter was the first of his career.
- Kirkendoll record his first 100-yard receiving game of the season and the second of his career.
- Kirkendoll 122 receiving yards marked a career high, topping the 102 yards he recorded at Wyoming in 2009.
- Jones' two sacks raised his season tally to four and his career total to 11.5.
- Matthews 1-yard TD reception with 9:26 remaining in the fourth quarter was the first TD reception of his career.
- Randall's sack late in the second quarter was his first of the season and the third of his career.
- Improved to 5-of-7 for his career on field goal attempts.
- Whittaker's 7-yd TD run with 13:16 remaining in the first quarter was his second TD run of the season and sixth of his career.
Attendance: 60,454 (Stadium Record)
Game Captains: #32 Eddie Jones, #63 Michael Huey, #64 Kyle Hix, #81 Sam Acho
Coin Toss: Texas Tech wins the toss and defers to the second half; Texas elects to receive; Texas Tech elects to defend the South end zone.