u The 2-0 start by
u QB Joel Klatt (12-15, 211 yards, First Quarter). Klatt set school records for both the most passing yards and for total offense in a single quarter. He held the old passing mark for a quarter with 196 against North Texas (second quarter, Sept. 18, 2004); the previous total offense quarter best was 192, by Koy Detmer versus
u Klatt II. He now has five 300-yard passing games in his career (regular season); Koy Detmer holds the school record with six (both also have one in the postseason). Klatt’s career 300-yard games (note that in these games, he has thrown 17 touchdown passes and just one interception):
419 (54-38-1, 2 TD) vs.
402 (34-21-0, 4 TD) vs.
398 (36-28-0, 3 TD) vs.
371 (33-26-0, 3 TD) vs. North Texas in
346 (42-25-0, 2 TD) vs.
333 (33-24-0, 2 TD) vs. Texas-El Paso in
u Klatt III. He had 398 yards total offense tonight, enough to move him past Darian Hagan (5,808) into second place all-time at
u Of the nine kickoff returns against PK Mason Crosby this year, four have not been brought out beyond the 20.
u TE Joe Klopfenstein (5-99, 0 TD). He set a regular season best with 99 receiving yards; he does have one 100-yard career game, coming in last December’s Houston Bowl against UTEP (5-134, 1 TD).
u TE Quinn Sypniewski (3-70, 1 TD). He matched his career best with three catches, but the 70 yards was easily a single-game best for him (topping the 44 against
u TE’s. Thus, note
u PK Mason Crosby is now seventh in scoring all-time at
u P John Torp, with his first punt that pinned A&M at its two, set the school record for most career punts inside-the-20. He had entered the game tied with Stan Koleski (1973-76) with 51; he had two tonight for 53 total.
u Crosby/Torp. They did it again, as A&M started 10 of its 13 drives at or inside the 20—the total on the year for the opponent is now 43 of 69 (and 43 of 60 when accounting for CU turnovers).
u Gary Barnett is now 46-34 at
u Texas A&M P Justin Brantly recorded the second longest punt ever at Folsom Field wit his 80-yard kick in the second quarter; the stadium best is 83 yards, set by the late Byron “Whizzer” White against