Notebook: Baylor 52, Texas Tech 45

Notes from the Red Raiders overtime loss to the Bears on Saturday at Cowboys Stadium.

-       Texas Tech falls to Baylor 52-45 in overtime inside Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas, marking the first overtime college football game played in the stadium in its history

-       Game Attendance: 44,168

-       Red Raiders fall to 7-5 overall and 4-5 in Big 12 Conference play, while the Bears improve to 6-5 overall and 3-5 in Big 12 play

-       Baylor becomes the ninth team to become bowl eligible in the Big 12

-       Tech became bowl eligible back on October 20th beating TCU in triple-overtime 56-53 in Fort Worth, and ever since then the Red Raiders have gone 1-4 losing to Kansas State, Texas, Oklahoma State and now Baylor

-       Baylor ran 94 plays for 674 yards, while Tech ran 73 plays for 567 yards, 278 yards for the Bears came on the ground, 396 through the air, and Tech had 208 yards on the ground and 359 through the air

-       Seth Doege (TTU) finished the game going 30-for-40 for 359 yards, three touchdowns and three interceptions

-       Marked his 24th consecutive start today and passed for over 300 yards for the ninth time this season and the 18th time of his collegiate career

-       Nick Florence (BU) went 22-for-37 for 396 yards and three touchdowns

-       Darrin Moore (TTU) led the Red Raiders in receiving with 13 catches for 189 yards and two touchdowns

-       Marks the second-straight game that Moore has eclipsed the century mark in receiving yards and has caught a touchdown pass in 10 of his last 13 games, dating back to last season

-       In the first half, Moore accumulated 146 yards, which marks the most in a single half by a Tech wide receiver since Michael Crabtree had 152 yards in the first half against Oklahoma State on September 22, 2007

-       Terrance Williams (BU) led the Bears in receiving with seven catches for 175 yards and one touchdown

-       Jakeem Grant's 97-yard kickoff return for a touchdown marked the first for a Red Raiders since Vincent Meeks took a kickoff back 98-yards to the house in 2002 against then-No.4 Oklahoma

-       The Red Raiders regular season is now over, Tech will now wait for their bowl bid to be announced in a few weeks
















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