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Notes & Numbers: Texas Tech 16, No. 19 Kansas 13

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KU safety Kenny Logan Jr. tries to distract the Texas Tech kicker during the Jayhawks' 16-13 loss to the Red Raiders on Saturday, Nov. 11, 2023 at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium. [Chance Parker photo]

Throughout each season, there are interesting notes and nuggets of information that come out of every game, win or lose.

Here’s a quick look at some of the more interesting and noteworthy facts and stats from KU's tough, 16-13 loss to Texas Tech on Saturday at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium.

The loss dropped KU to 7-3 overall and 4-3 in Big 12 play. Next up, Kansas will play host to Kansas State at 11 a.m. next Saturday on FS1.

Series History: Texas Tech leads 23-2 overall, including a 12-1 mark in Lawrence
Kansas Captains: Mason Fairchild, Rich Miller, Mike Novitsky, Craig Young
Coin Toss: Texas Tech won the toss and deferred to the second half

Team Notes

• Kansas is now 604-678-58 all-time, including 15-20 in the Lance Leipold era.

Offensive Notes

• Lawrence Arnold finished with 44 receiving yards to move into a tie for ninth in program history in all-time receiving yards with 1,636. Arnold passed
Marcus Henry and moved into a tie with Brandon Rideau for ninth.

• Kansas true freshman quarterback Cole Ballard completed his first career pass with a 12-yard pass to Mason Fairchild in the second quarter. Ballard
finished with 124 passing yards in the first extended playing time of his career.

• With his 137 rushing yards today, junior running back Devin Neal surpassed John Riggins, Gale Sayers, and Clark Green on the all-time rushing yards list.
Neal now sits at fifth all time with 2,762 rushing yards. Neal also had his 10th career 100-yard rushing game, and his fourth of the season.

• Neal also scored his 27th career rushing touchdown, the fourth most in program history.

• With a reception in the fourth quarter, senior tight end Mason Fairchild is now tied for fourth all-time for receptions by a tight end with 78.

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• Photo Gallery

• "It's Disappointing because we knew what they were gonna do"

• Moments That Popped

Defensive Notes

• O.J. Burroughs intercepted a Texas Tech pass at Kansas’ own 1 yard line marking his first interception of the season and the fourth of career. The Jayhawks
have recorded an interception in seven games this season, it’s the team’s 10th overall.

• Austin Booker recorded his seventh sack of the season and career, tying him for third in the Big 12 and 32nd in the nation in sacks. Booker has recorded
at least a 0.5 sack in seven out of ten games. Booker also recorded his second forced fumble on the season.

Rich Miller recorded back-to-back games with sacks as he added his second of the season and 12th career sack in the 3rd quarter for a Texas Tech 5-yard
loss. Miller sits 40th in the Big 12 for tackles across all positions.

• Mello Dotson recorded his first career sack with a 7 yard Texas Tech loss to start the fourth quarter.

• Kenny Logan Jr. led the team in tackles for the fourth time this season with nine, bringing his career to 361. He needs 20 more to tie Kyle McNorton for
fifth all-time in career tackles.

Special Teams Notes

• Kansas super-senior kicker Seth Keller went 1-1 on PAT attempts and 2-2 on field goals. Both field goals came in the fourth quarter, including a 22-yarder
with 26 seconds left in the game to tie the score 13-13. Keller is now 11-14 on field goals and 31-32 on PATs for the season.

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