In the 24-21 win against the Nebraska Cornhuskers, Woods caught 11 passes en route to triple-digit yardage in the air.
Before Saturday's game with the Huskers, Woods was in fourth place, and the only active player ahead of him was Justin Gage of Missouri. Gage recorded five receptions for 114 yards in his performance against Texas Tech Saturday, which helped Woods gain momentum.
In the receiving yards category, Woods was sixth in the Big 12 standings with 2,028 yards before Saturday. Gage was third with 2,209 receiving yards. With his recent 134-yard performance, Woods moved ahead of the numbers set by former players Quincy Morgan (KSU 1999-00), and Javon Green (CU, 1997-00).
Woods now has 2,162 career receiving yards, and Gage- the only other active player Woods is chasing- has 2,323. Gage is a senior in his last year of eligibility, and Woods is a junior.
Current Big 12 Career Receiving record book (UPDATED OCT.20, 2002)
Rank Catches Player/School
1 174 Kwame Cavil/Texas (1997-99)
2 172 Justin Gage/Missouri (1999- )
3 166 Rashaun Woods/Okla. State (2000- )
4 148 Reggie Newhouse/Baylor (1999- )
136 Javon Green/Colorado (1997-00)
6 130 Antwone Savage/OU (1999- )
7 128 Quentin Griffin/OU (1999- )
128 Roy Williams/Texas (2000- )
8 114 Chris Anthony/Iowa State (1997-00)
9 112 Derek Dorris/TTech (1997-00)