I haven't updated this since after the Baylor game, so it's about time. Below are perhaps the nine most significant receiving categories at UT, and where Jordan Shipley stands in each.
Most receptions, game: Shipley already owns this with 15.
Most receptions, season: Cavil had 100, and Ship has 99 so far (one to tie, two to beat)
Most receptions, career: Big Roy had 241, and Ship has 231 so far (needs eleven to beat)
Most yards, game: Shipley already owns this with 273.
Most yards, season: Shipley has this with 1292; Kwame's record was 1188 I think
Most yards, career: Big Roy had 3866, and Ship (now 3rd place all-time) has 2998 (needs 868 in two games). This is a long shot, although Ship will need only 35yds. to pass Mike Adams (3032) for second place.
Most TDs, game: McGarity has it at 4; hard to say whether Shipley will ever have a shot at this.
Most TDs, season: Big Roy and Sweed each had 12 in a season; Shipley almost tied it with 11 last year, and has 11 again this year (needs one to tie, two to break).
Most TDs, career: Big Roy had 36; Shipley has 31 so far (needs 5 to tie, six to beat).
He already holds three records listed above, although he might have some more obscure ones. Unless something unusual happens, Shipley will probably walk away with two more: season receptions, career receptions, and at least a tie for season touchdowns. He has an outside shot at career touchdowns, and is almost definitely out of the running for career yardage; however, he will finish second on both of those lists behind the great Roy Williams.
Good luck in the Big 12 Championship Game, and then the BCS Championship Game, Jordan.