It's likely that during tonight's game against Oklahoma, Texas Tech quarterback Graham Harrell will become just the sixth player in NCAA history to pass for over 5,000 in one season. Harrell went into the game against OU needing just 122 yards -- something he gets just by falling out of bed -- to reach the 5,000-yard passing plateau for this season.
The other five quarterbacks who have passed for over 5,000 in a season include Texas Tech's B.J. Symons (5,833 in 2003), Hawaii's Colt Brennan (5,549 in 2006), Brigham Young's Ty Detmer (5,188 in 1990), Houston's David Klinger (5,140 in 1990) and Texas Tech's Kliff Kingsbury (5,017 in 2002).
-- Dwain Price