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Did you know: Week 12

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    By David Ubben

    [​IMG]Here's this week's collection of tidbits and obscure stats, courtesy of ESPN Stats & Information and various sports information departments across the Big 12. Thanks again to all of you.
    • Nebraska quarterback Taylor Martinez is the nation's leader in passing efficiency away from home. He has a rating of 204.9 on the road compared to 119.0 at home. He's thrown seven touchdowns to no interceptions on the road versus two touchdowns and four interceptions in home games.
    • In road games, he's completing 72.2 percent of third-down passes, versus 48.6 percent at home.
    • When Nebraska has thrown to receiver Niles Paul on third down, it's resulted in a completion on 81.3 percent of attempts, versus 48.1 percent for the rest of the team.
    • Nebraska has won eight consecutive road games.
    • Oklahoma State receiver Justin Blackmon has at least 100 yards and a touchdown in nine consecutive games this year. The national record is 11, set by Aaron Turner of Pacific in 1991.
    • Martinez needs just 43 rushing yards to become the third quarterback all-time to rush for 1,000 yards and throw for 1,000 more as a freshman. Missouri's Brad Smith and Kent State's Josh Cribbs are the only two others to accomplish the feat.
    • Nebraska has played in College Station just three times prior to Saturday.
    • Landry Jones has never played against Baylor. Oklahoma's 33-7 win in Norman was the only game last year Sam Bradford started and finished.
    • Oklahoma opponents average 2.65 yards a punt return, which ranks No. 2 nationally.
    • Texas A&M running back Cyrus Gray is the first Texas A&M running back to top 100 yard in four consecutive games since 1993. No Aggies back has done it five consecutive games since Darren Lewis in 1990.
    • The last time Texas A&M didn't throw a touchdown pass was a 2008 loss to Arkansas State, a streak of 34 games.
    • With a win over Iowa State, Missouri could earn the program's third nine-win season in four years, but it would be just the sixth in the history of the program.
    • A win would also make the 2010 senior class the all-time leaders in wins for any class ever at Missouri, with 39.
    • Baylor is 5-70 all-time against South opponents, but swept its North slate this year with a 3-0 record to improve to 13-32 against the division.
    • The Bears have come within single digits of Oklahoma just three times in 19 games.
    • Last season was the first six-win conference season ever for Oklahoma State. A win over Kansas on Saturday would be the second.
    • With 121 yards last week, receiver Paul Richardson became the first freshman in Colorado history with two 100-yard games.
    • Kansas State's season closes with three road games, the second of which is Saturday in the conference season finale against Colorado.
    • Texas receiver Mike Davis set a school record for freshmen with 43 catches after last week's game.
    • Texas Tech and Weber State have never met.

    Originally posted by ESPN.com - Big 12 Blog
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