By the Numbers: Texas vs. Kansas

After two huge tests against the Oklahoma schools, the young Texas team embarassed the Kansas Jayhawks 43-0. There were many interesting and record-setting numbers in this game, makeing just about all of us to want to fast-foward to the 2013 season to see what these kids can do with some experience. For now, enjoy these numbers. See ya after the Tech game.

99,211 Official Game attendance

590 Total yards of offense by Texas

441 Rushing yards by Texas

136 Rushing yards by true freshman Joe Bergeron

119 Rushing yards by true freshman Malcolm Brown (first time two freshman have rushed for 100 yards in the same game)

77.8 Completion percentage by David Ash

76 Games since the last shutout (Baylor, 2005)

70th Game in Texas history with at least 500 total yards of offense

57 More offensive plays by Texas than Kansas

52 Rushing yards by Marquise Goodwin – a career high

52-Yard field goal by Justin Tucker – a career long

46 Total yards of offense by Kansas – the lowest by a Texas opponent since 1944

36 Total plays by Kansas – the fewest number of plays in Big 12 history

35 First downs by Texas 

3 tackles for loss by Jackson Jeffcoat

2 rushing touchdowns by Malcolm Brown in each of the last two games

1 (of 10) Third-down conversions by Kansas

-2 Rushing yards by Kansas

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