The Eight Best Stats from the Oklahoma State-Texas Tech Game

first_imgThere are a lot of numbers to choose from, but I tried to narrow it down to just eight. Here we go.1. Most points ever in LubbockHow about that? Ramon Richards notched the record. The 70 Oklahoma State posted on Saturday is the most that have ever been scored on Tech in Lubbock. More than the 2011 team which *only put up 66.That’s also the most points ever scored in a conference game by the Pokes.2. James Washington is sixth WR to post 200-yard dayDez Bryant (2x), Justin Blackmon (2x), Rashaun Woods (3x), Adarius Bowman, Curtis Mayfield and now Washington. Pretty special list.3. How rare is a 70+ to 50+ game?It’s only happened five other times since 2000 and just once between Power 5 schools. Unsurprisingly, this came in a Big 12 game between West Virginia and Baylor.Update: I can’t read. It happened twice. Arkansas-Kentucky too. Still, wild. Screen Shot 2015-10-31 at 10.15.25 PM4. How about 1,304 yards?This was just the 21st game since 2000 in which both teams had 640 or more yards. OSU and Tech were also involved in one of the other ones (2003)5. Second-biggest comeback everOSU revived itself from 17 down in the second quarter. That’s the second-biggest comeback in school history.6. Just because this is hilariousJ.W. Walsh put up 218 yards by himself in the 4th quarter today on a total of 4 rushes + 2 passes.— Max Olson (@max_olson) November 1, 2015Over 200 yards on six plays? That was like two weeks’ worth of Mike Yurcich work earlier on this season.7. Seven in a row vs. RaidersThis is hard to believe, but Oklahoma State has won seven straight against Texas Tech (hasn’t lost since Zac was the QB in 2008!) and has posted 188 points in its last three trips to Lubbock. 188!8. Mason Rudolph had fourth-best QBROSU QBs ranked by QBR on Saturday …Austin Hays: 100 (perfect)J.W. Walsh: 99.7Chris Carson: 99.5Mason Rudolph: 56.8Speaking of Hays, he’s the first O-Stater since (at least 1982) to have a passing and receiving TD in the same game (according to OSU’s athletic dept.)If you’re looking for the comments section, it has moved to our forum, The Chamber. You can go there to comment and holler about these articles, specifically in these threads. You can register for a free account right here and will need one to comment.If you’re wondering why we decided to do this, we wrote about that here. Thank you and cheers!last_img

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