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By the Numbers: Texas vs. BYU

The young Longhorns are 2-0 and prepare for three straight games away from DKR, starting with a trip back to the Rose Bowl against UCLA, where, as we all know, Texas has never lost. But before we shift our heads to that, here are some key numbers from the win over BYU:

100,995 Official Game attendance.

2,822 (estimated) Number of times Joey Harrington misidentified Case McCoy as a freshman on the Longhorn Network postgame show.  

100 pass completion by WR Jaxon Shipley.

99 Wins in the Mack Brown era against unranked teams.

87.5 pass completion by Case McCoy.

87 Game-leading all-purpose yards by Marquise Goodwin, who rejoined the team early last week.

70 Wins in the Mack Brown era at home.

43 Rushing yards by BYU.

35 Points Texas has scored in the second half this season.

33 Career touchdowns for Cody Johnson – tied for seventh place in UT history.

13.3 Average yards per carry for D.J. Monroe. He also caught the first pass of his career, which seems really odd.

13 Point deficit Texas came back from to win – the largest deficit overcome since November 2007 against Oklahoma State.

11 Team-leading tackles by Emmanuel Acho.

8 Penalties by Texas for 46 yards.

7.4 D.J. Monroe’s career yards per carry.

2 INTs by Garrett Gilbert.

1st Win over BYU.