Texas A&M 38, No. 13/11 Texas 30
November 23, 2007
Kyle Field -- College Station, Texas
· Bailey had his streak of consecutive made PATs snapped at 60. The 60-straight made PATs ranks second on UT’s all-time list.
· Beasley’s INT in the second quarter was his third of the season and the third of his career.
· Charles moved into fifth place on UT’s single-season rushing list with 1,458 yards, passing Roosevelt Leaks (1,415, 1973).
· With 92 yards rushing, Charles has now rushed for 3,167 yards during his career and moved past Vince Young (3,127, 2003-05) for fifth place on UT’s all-time list.
· Charles’ eight-yard TD run in the third quarter was his 16th of the season (No. 6 on UT’s single-season list) and the 34th of his career (No. 6 on UT’s all-time list).
· Charles’ 62-yard reception late in the second quarter was the second longest of his career behind his 72-yard TD reception in the Alamo Bowl (2006) against Iowa.
· Charles’ 81 receiving yards were a career high.
· Cosby has recorded a reception in 30 consecutive games.
· Cosby’s 91-yard KO return for a TD was the first of his career and the longest kickoff return of his career. It marks UT’s first kickoff return TD since 2003. It also marked the first time Texas A&M had given up a kickoff return for a TD since 1990.
· Finley has recorded at least one reception in 18 of his last 19 games.
· Finley has recorded two or more receptions in 20 of his last 23 games.
· Finely has recorded at least three receptions in nine of UT’s 12 games.
· Foster’s INT early in the third quarter was his third of the season and the third of his career. After the 38-yard return, he now has 110 return yards on those three INTs.
· Jones has logged three or more receptions in all 12 of UT's games.
· McCoy became just the fourth QB in Texas history to throw for at least 3,000 yards in a season (3,129). He now stands in third place on UT’s single-season passing list after moving past Vince Young (3,036, 2005).
· McCoy has thrown for at least 200 yards in 12 of his last 13 games and 17 times in 25 career games.
· Ogbonnaya’s four-yard TD run was his second of the season and the fourth of his career.
· Shipley’s 28-yard TD reception in the fourth quarter was his fifth of the season and the ninth of his career.
Attendance: 88,253 -- largest crowd in Texas A&M history
Game Captains: #67 Dallas Griffin, #79 Tony Hills, #4 Drew Kelson, #4 Limas Sweed and the senior class.
Coin Toss: Texas won the toss and deferred to the second half. Texas A&M elected to receive. Texas elected to defend the South end zone.