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Did you know: Week 4

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  1. RSSBot

    RSSBot News Junkie

    Jul 8, 2005
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    [​IMG]A few things you should know and plenty of things nobody should know to get ready for Week 4. As always, a special thanks to the Big 12's sports information departments and ESPN's Stats and Info staff.
    • Nebraska hasn't gone undefeated in conference play since 2005, and hasn't played an FCS team since 2006 before its game with South Dakota State on Saturday.
    • Nebraska has 12 scoring drives of five plays or less this season, including seven of three plays or less. It also has 22 plays of longer than 20 yards through three games.
    • Missouri is 7-2 all-time against the MAC under Gary Pinkel.
    • After last week's loss, Baylor is 2-48 all-time against ranked teams in the Big 12 era.
    • Colorado has rallied from double-digit deficits to win seven times under Dan Hawkins.
    • In three games, four Kansas players have scored their first career touchdowns.
    • Since 1992, Kansas State coach Bill Snyder is 47-5 in September.
    • Last week's game-winning touchdown by T.J. Moe is the first time Missouri has won a game with a touchdown in the final minute of a game since beating Ohio State in 1976.
    • Oklahoma State's 171 points in its first three games are the most the team has scored in that span since 207 points in 1916.
    • Last week, Texas A&M receiver Ryan Tannehill went without a catch for the first time in his career, breaking a streak of 26 consecutive games with at least one catch. Baylor's Kendall Wright currently has a streak of 27 games. Oklahoma's Ryan Broyles is at 28. Colorado's Scotty McKnight has a catch in 40 consecutive games.
    • Texas is 40-4 at home since 2003, fourth-best in college football. Only Oklahoma, Boise State and USC have been better.
    • UCLA beat Texas in both meetings of a 1997 and 1998 home-and-home. The Bruins won 66-3 in Austin in 1997 and 49-31 in Los Angeles in 1998.
    • Texas has lost the game before the Red River Rivalry just once since 2000, when it lost to Kansas State in 2007.

  2. CarolinaBuff

    CarolinaBuff Unintelligent and deplorable Club Member

    Sep 14, 2006
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    This one truly is shocking.
  3. 66BUFF

    66BUFF FTW Club Member

    Jul 10, 2005
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    and he only has 18 wins total

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