2014 Big 12 Roundup – Week 13

    Nov. 22 Texas Tech 34, at Iowa State 31 And You Care Because … Patrick Mahomes connected with Kenny Williams from 44 yards out with just over four minutes

    November 24, 2014

    Nov. 22 Texas Tech 34, at Iowa State 31 
    And You Care Because … Patrick Mahomes connected with Kenny Williams from 44 yards out with just over four minutes to play, and the defense hung on as Texas Tech rallied back from down ten in the second half for the win. The Red Raiders scored the first 14 points of the game on a 26-yard DeAndre Washington touchdown catch and a 72-yard scoring dash, but the Cyclones rallied back scoring 24 straight points, highlighted by two Sam B. Richardson touchdown passes. Down ten, Mahomes found Devin Lauderdale on touchdown plays from 13 and 82 yards out, but ISU took the lead back on Aaron Wimberly’s second touchdown run of the game. Mahomes drive the team 75 yards in seven plays for the game-winning score. 
    What Else? Total yards: Texas Tech 600 – Iowa State 569 
    – Texas Tech QB Patrick Mahomes completed 23-of-35 passes for 328 yards and four scores
    – Texas Tech RB DeAndre Washington ran 20 times for 186 yards and a score, and caught two passes for 51 yards and a score 
    – Iowa State QB Sa. B. Richardson completed 24-of-38 passes for 304 yards and two scores 
    Game Rating: A- 

    Nov. 20 Kansas State 26, at West Virginia 20 
    And You Care Because … Jake Waters had a huge day throwing the ball, but special teams saved the day for Kansas State as Tyler Lockett returned a punt 43 yards for a touchdown and Matthew McCrane connected on field goals from 36, 44, 19, and 32 yards away. The Wildcats got up early on a seven-yard touchdown pass to DeMarcus Robinson, and were up 20-3 in the third quarter, but West Virginia pushed back with a Skyler Howard seven-yard touchdown pass to Kevin White, and pulled within six on a 53-yard touchdown pass to Mario Alford, but McCrane’s fourth field goal with just under three minutes to play kept KSU ahead for good. What Else? Kansas State QB Jake Waters completed 22-of-34 passes for 400 yards and a score with a pick, and ran 12 times for a team-high 13 yards 
    – Kansas State WR Tyler Lockett caught ten passes for 196 yards, and returned a punt for a score. West Virginia WR Kevin White caught seven passes for 63 yards and a score
    – West Virginia QB Clint Trickett completed 12-of-25 passes for 112 yards with two interceptions, but suffered a concussion. Skyler Howard completed 15-of-23 passes for 198 yards and two touchdowns
    – Penalties: Kansas State 10 for 102 yards – West Virginia 8 for 77 yards. Turnovers: WVU 4 – KSU 2 
    Game Rating: B

    Nov. 22 at Baylor 49, Oklahoma State 28 
    And You Care Because … Baylor got payback for last year’s blowout with a dominant first half, getting two big Bryce Petty touchdown passes to start – a 65-yarder to Jay Lee and a 54-yard play to Corey Coleman – and then it was Devin Chafin who took over the scoring, running in three short touchdowns to go along with a one-yarder from Shock Linwood for a 42-14 lead. Oklahoma State got two touchdown passes from Mason Rudolph, including a 68-yarder to James Washington, but just when it seemed like things might get interesting, on a two-yard Rennie Childs run to make it 42-28 early in the fourth, Petty put it away on a 21-yard scoring sash. 
    What Else? Baylor QB Bryce Petty completed 18-of-29 passes for 262 yards and two touchdowns with two picks, and ran five times for 23 yards and a score 
    – Oklahoma State QB Mason Rudolph completed 13-of-25 passes for 281 yards and two touchdowns with two picks 
    – Baylor RB Shock Linwood ran 21 times for 113 yards and a score, and Devin Chafin ran 21 times for 106 yards and three touchdowns
    – Penalties: Baylor 12 for 68 yards – Oklahoma State 4 for 45 yards 
    Game Rating: C+

    Nov. 22 at Oklahoma 44, Kansas 7 
    And You Care Because … Samaje Perine started running and didn’t stop until he broke Melvin Gordon’s one-week old single-game rushing record tearing off touchdown runs of 49, 33, 34, 66 and 27 yards on the way to a record-setting 427-yard day. Kansas was never in the game, finally getting into the end zone in the third quarter on a fumble recovery in the end zone. Kansas managed just 103 yards of total offense. 
    What Else? Oklahoma QB Samaje Perine ran 34 times for 427 yards and five touchdowns, and caught a pass for 19 yards 
    – Kansas ran 36 times for 19 yards 
    – Oklahoma QB Cody Thomas completed 3-of-13 passes for 39 yards 
    – Third down conversions: Oklahoma 4-of-14 – Kansas 2-of-16 
    Game Rating: C-


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