Texas vs. Kansas State By the Numbers

Jason Epstein

23: The number of points by which Texas lost to Kansas State when shutout last season.

9: The number of spots Oklahoma dropped in the rankings after being upset by Texas in Dallas. In a 24—17 victory, the Longhorns took an early lead and held on until the end to improve to a 2—4 record on the season.

4: The number of ranked teams the Longhorns have played so far this season.

2061: The number of total yards of offense accumulated by Texas this year. On the contrary, the Longhorn defense has allowed nearly 800 more yards to its opponents.

136: The number of yards the Longhorns have run on their five interceptions.

70: The average number of penalty yards committed by the Longhorns this year.

86: The percentage of scores in the red zone this season. The Longhorns have scored touchdowns just 64 percent of the time, settling for field goals in other scenarios.

1: The quarter in which the Longhorns both score and allow the most points.

72.2: The average number of rushing yards per game by redshirt freshman Jerrod Heard.

45.5: The completion percentage for Wildcats junior quarterback Joe Hubener this season. Texas redshirt freshman quarterback Jerrod Heard has completed 57.5 percent of his throws.

3: The number of wins by Kansas State this season. With one less conference win than Texas, the Wildcats rank 8th in the Big 12.

4: The number of Big 12 teams in the AP Top 25 Poll. Baylor and TCU are No. 2 and No. 4, respectively.