The numbers that mattered in the Big 12 this week

It might have been a limited schedule of games this weekend across the Big 12.

But the action still provide a veritable treasure trove of interesting numerical nuggets from the three games.

Here’s a list of the most intriguing numbers of the past week in the Big 12.

Big 12’s notable numbers for last week

1.6 – Rushing yards per carry Texas has allowed since the Maryland game.

2 – Snaps that Baylor freshman quarterback Charlie Brewer took against Kansas State. One of them counted and one was a penalty. The brief action likely burned Brewer’s redshirt season.

2 –  Plays of at least 70 yards Baylor had in the second half against Kansas State. They included a 74-yard TD run by John Lovett and a 70-yard pass from Zach Smith to Denzel Mims.

3 – Penalties called on Oklahoma State in the Texas Tech end zone Saturday night.

3 – Rushing gains of at least 5 yards by Iowa State in the Cyclones’ loss to Texas.

6 – Texas penalties in the third quarter against Iowa State.

7 – Iowa State’s scoring against Texas. The Cyclones had tied a school record in their first three games of the season with at least 40 points in each previous game.

9 – Consecutive  victories by Oklahoma State over Texas Tech.

9 – Receptions by Oklahoma State WR James Washington, tying his career high. It came despite a gap of 36 minutes between grabs from the second through fourth quarters.

10 – Drives where Oklahoma State advanced past Texas Tech’s 20-yard line among the Cowboys’ 12 possessions in the game.

10-5 – Kansas State’s record coming off a bye since 2009.

11 – Receivers who caught passes from Shane Buchele in Texas’ victory at Iowa State.

13 – Wins for Oklahoma State among its last 15 road games.

13 – Consecutive losses for Texas Tech coach Kliff Kingsbury against ranked opponents.

17 – 300-yard passing games for Mason Rudolph in his career. Rudolph passed for 376 yards against Texas Tech, breaking the previous record of 16 300-yard passing games by Brandon Weeden.

20 – Tackles by Iowa State converted quarterback-to-linebacker Joel Lanning. It is the most in the Big 12 this season and tied for second among all FBS teams.

164 – Rushing yards for Oklahoma State’s Justice Hill – a career high.

295 – Baylor’s  yardage in the second half against Kansas State. The Bears netted 80 yards in the first half.

627 – Receiving yards for James  Washington, leading the nation.

1978 – The last time Baylor started the season 0-5.

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