Post Game Notes

Sept. 25, 2004

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Kansas Football Postgame Notes – Sept. 25, 2004

Texas Tech 31, Kansas 30

Kansas’ Loss to Texas Tech…

…Gives the Red Raiders an 8-1 advantage in the all-time series.

…Gives KU a 2-2 record for the first time since 2001.

…Makes KU 3-6 all-time in Big 12 openers.

…Gives Mark Mangino an overall record of 10-19.

…Makes Kansas 527-521-58 all-time.

Kansas Notes – Kansas had eight different players catch a pass today. That marks the third time this season and seventh time under Mark Mangino there have been at least eight different receivers catch passes in a game for Kansas.

– Kansas had four interceptions today to mark its third multi-interception game of the season and seventh under head coach Mark Mangino. The last time KU had four interceptions in a game was Oct. 10, 1998 at Baylor.

– Kansas’ one-play drive in the first quarter was the first since the Jayhawks’ win against Jacksonville State on Sept. 20, 2003 (first quarter).

– Texas Tech’s five points in the first quarter were the first points scored on Kansas in the first quarter this season. KU has outscored its opponents 42-5 in the first quarter this year.

– The last time KU allowed a safety was on Nov. 2, 2002 against Kansas State.

– Texas Tech broke the record for largest comeback by a KU opponent. KU held a 30-5 advantage today. The previous mark was a 19-0 KU advantage against Colorado in 1961 — a CU 20-19 win.

– With his two TDs in the first quarter, sophomore John Randle notched his third receiving and fifth rushing TD for a season total of eight.

– John Randle amassed 236 all-purpose yards with 50 yards rushing, 59 receiving, and 127 in kickoff returns. Randle is averaging 135.3 all-purpose yards per game this season.

– Senior Greg Tyree’s interception in the second quarter was the first of his career.

– Sophomore Rodney Harris recorded his first career interception in the first quarter.

– Sophomore Charles Gordon’s first pass attempt of the season was good for a touchdown. Gordon attempted two passes last season.

– Charles Gordon has caught at least one pass in each of his 17 career games at Kansas. His TD reception was his second of the season and seventh of his career.

– Senior Tony Stubbs’ interception in the second quarter was his second of the season and fourth of his career.

– Sophomore Adam Barmann has thrown multiple TD passes in three of four games this season. Barmann has nine TD passes in his last three games.

– Senior Brandon Rideau moved into a tie for fifth on the KU career receptions list with 101, tying Isaac Byrd (1995-96). Rideau’s TD catch today moved him into a tied for fourth on the career TDs list with 11. He is tied with Termaine Fulton (1997-2001) and David Verser (1977-80). Rideau also moved into 12th on the KU career receiving yards list with 1,272 yards.

– Senior Clark McCracken’s fumble recovery in the first half was the first of his career at Kansas. – Junior Clark Green moved into 10th on the career rushing list, now at 1,869 yards. He surpassed Norris Banks (1,862 yards, 1975-77) today. Green moved into a tie with Banks for eighth on the KU career rushing attempts list at 425.

– Junior Gabriel Toomey’s interception was the first of the season and second for his career at KU.