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.


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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