2013 Big 12 - Week 14
Week 14 Conference Roundup
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Baylor 41, at TCU 38
Basically … Baylor’s offense wasn’t consistent, but the defense helped the cause with Orion Stewart taking a pick 82 yards for a touchdown late in the first half and with Eddie Lackey returning an interception for a touchdown early in the third quarter on the way to a 34-17 lead. TCU kept pressing with Casey Pachall running for a score and hitting Josh Doctson for a 16-yard touchdown pass to pull within three, but the Bears answered with a 33-yard Levi Norwood touchdown catch to hang on.
- Baylor QB Bryce Petty completed 19-of-38 passes for 206 yards and two scores with a pick, and he ran for a touchdown.
- TCU QB Casey Pachall completed 20-of-45 passes for 267 yards and two touchdowns with three picks, and he ran six times for 21 yards and a score.
- Baylor committed 15 penalties for 140 yards, TCU committed three penalties for ten yards
- Baylor RB Lache Seastrunk ran 24 times for 94 yards
Iowa State … West Virginia
at Iowa State 52, West Virginia 44 3OT
Basically … After the two teams traded field goals in the first two overtimes, Iowa State got a 25-yard Justin Coleman touchdown catch, and E.J. Bibbs caught the two-point conversion. West Virginia was stopped on fourth-and-goal from the five on its possession, and the Cyclones came up with the win. Iowa State rallied back from down 31-7 in the second quarter with a wild scoring run, with Quenton Bundrage catching touchdown passes from ten and 62 yards away, and Justin Coleman tying it up with a 19-yard catch with a minute to play late in the fourth to close out the 31-7 scoring run before overtime. West Virginia came up with several big plays with a 76-yard Charles Sims touchdown run and a 76-yard Mario Alford scoring catch in the fourth.
- Iowa State outgained West Virginia 575 yards to 568
- Iowa State QB Grant Rohach completed 25-of-39 passes for 331 yards and four touchdowns with a pick, and he ran nine times for 66 yards and a touchdown.
- West Virginia RB Charles Sims ran 24 times for 149 yards and two scores, and Mario Alford caught eight passes for 215 yards and a touchdown.
- Iowa State WR Quenton Bundrage caught seven passes for 93yards and two scores, and Justin Coleman caught five passes for 91 yards and two touchdowns.
Kansas State 31, at Kansas 10
Basically … Kansas State’s D forced six turnovers and the O ran at will, but Jake Waters got the team up 21-0 on two touchdown passes from 35 yards out to Zach Trujillo and a 29 yarder to Glenn Gronkowski wrapped around a 21-yard John Hubert touchdown run. The Jayhawks came back late in the first half with ten points, highlighted by an 11-yard Jimmay Mundine touchdown catch, but KSU owned the second half with Waters running for a 15-yard score and Ian Patterson hitting a 31-yard field goal.
- Kansas State QB Jake Waters completed 10-of-21passes for 160 yards and two scores with a pick, and he ran for a score
- Turnovers: Kansas 6, Kansas State 2
- Kansas State RB John Hubert ran 30 times for 220 yards and a score
- Kansas RB James Sims ran 22 times for 82 yards
at Texas 41, Texas Tech 16
Basically … Texas got two touchdown catches from Mike Davis from 47 and seen yards out, and Case McCoy and Joe Bergeron ran for scores on the way to a decisive win to stay alive in the Big 12 chase. Texas Tech got up early on a 51-yard touchdown run from Ryan Erxleben, but the Longhorns took control with a 20-point first half scoring dash and were up 34-10 in the fourth helped by a strong performance from the D.
- Texas RB Malcolm Brown ran 27 times for 128 yards and Joe Bergeron ran 17 times for 102 yards and a score.
- Texas Tech QB Baker Mayfield completed 24-of-44 passes for 237 yards with a pick, and Michael Brewer completed 7-of-8 passes for 65 yards with a score.
- The red Raiders turned it over three times and committed 11 penalties for 102 yards. Texas lost two fumbles and committed six penalties.
- Texas WR Mike Davis caught four passes for 112 yards and two scores.