Notebook: Red Raiders 41, Jayhawks 34

Notes and tidbits from the Red Raiders win on Saturday at the Jones.

Overall Picture


Texas Tech defeated Kansas 41-34 in double overtime at Jones AT&T Stadium


Red Raiders improve to 7-3 overall and 4-3 in Big 12 Conference play, while the Jayhawks plummet continues falling to 1-9 overall and 0-7 in Big 12 play


Gave Tech its 15th 7-plus win season in the last 18 years


Win secures the Red Raiders 17th winning season in last 18 seasons 

18 seniors took the field for the final time today as Red Raiders at home in the Jones in front of a home crowd


55,052 was the attendance at game, which giving Tech a record-breaking 57,215 home attendance average for the season, which breaks the previous record of 57,108 which was set back in 2010


The overtime game marks the second of the season, which marks the first time since 2002 that the Red Raiders have had multiple overtime games in the same season



Run for Jayhawks, Pass for Red Raiders


Kansas led the rushing attack on the day with 390 yards compared to Tech's 63 yards, but in the air the Red Raiders passed for 508 yards while the Jayhawks produced just 29 yards in the air


Seth Doege (TTU) finished going 45-for-59 for 476 yards for three touchdowns; Micha Cummings (KU) finished going 6-for-15 for just 29 yards and two touchdowns


Doege moved past Taylor Potts into third place on the schools all-time career passing touchdown list, Doege has 64 career touchdown passes

Became the first Red Raider since Graham Harrell in 2008 to pass for 300 or more yards in five consecutive Big 12 games


On the ground, Kenny Williams (TTU) led the way for the Red Raiders with 41 yards on nine carries, the Tony Pierson (KU) tore it up for 202 yards on 16 carries including a 69-yard dash


Eric Ward (TTU) was the top target for Doege again as he connected with him 12 times for 180 yards, Kansas' top wide out was Brando Bourbon and he had one catch for 10 yards.

Looking Forward


The Red Raiders now hit the road for the rest of the season traveling to Oklahoma State next weekend to take on the Cowboys. Then following the matchup with the Cowboys, Tech travels to Jerryland aka Cowboys Stadium to take on the Baylor Bears

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