Tuesday, September 20, 2005

Football Factoid

Officially, Fort Valley State (Ga.) holds the single-game NCAA scoring record with 106 points against Knoxville (Tenn.) in 1969. In Division I-A, Houston put up 100 points against Tulsa in 1968. The NCAA did not begin record keeping until 1937, although for historical purposes Georgia Tech is listed with 222 points in a win over Cumberland in 1916.

This weekend Texas Tech plays Indiana State who is ranked 208th out of 239 teams in Division I & II.
"I think if we play well and we capitalize on every drive, we can score 100 points," Tech quarterback Cody Hodges said.

1 Comments:

Blogger hookem said...

it must be fun for the tech players to be playing against high school teams. sometimes, i go play "kill the man" with my 6 yr old neighbor for fun.

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