Nov. 13, 2004
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -
2004 HOUSTON COUGAR FOOTBALL
Houston Cougars (3-7, 3-4 C-USA) at UAB Blazers (6-3, 4-2 C-USA)
Saturday, November 13, 2004 * Legion Field * Birmingham Ala.
** Cougars falls to 1-4 (.200) in the all-time series against UAB... Cougars fall to 0-3 in all-time games in Birmingham, Ala.
** Cougars fall to 0-6 in road games during the 2004 season... It was the first time since 2001 that the Cougars were winless on the road.
** Cougars fall to 59-55 (.518) all-time in Conference USA games... Cougars fall to 113-93-4 (.548) all-time during games in the month of November... Cougars fall to 2-18 (.100) all-time against teams from the state of Alabama... Cougars fall to 4-3 (.571) all-time in games on the date Nov. 12... Cougars fall to 30-28-1 (.517) all-time during their road finales... Cougars' losing streak in road finales extends to five games... UH has not won its final road game of the season since taking a 26-14 win at Army during the 1999 campaign.
** With his first-quarter catch at the 12:33 mark, wide receiver Vincent Marshall extended his reception streak to 23 straight games dating back to the 2003 season opener against Rice. He has made at least one catch in every game during his career.
** Safety Rocky Schwartz' interception at the 11:49 mark of the first quarter was his second pickoff of the 2004 season and during his career.
** With 102 rushing yards, running back Anthony Evans moved past Jim Strong (1967-69) into ninth place in UH career history with 2,037 rushing yards... Up next in the UH records book is Terald Clark (1978-80) who rushed for 2,144 yards during his career.
** With 102 rushing yards, running back Anthony Evans recorded his third 100-yard rushing game of the 2004 season and the eight triple-digit performance of his career... Evans moved into sole possession of 10th place in UH history with his career 100-yard rushing game totals... Up next in the UH records book are Jim Strong and Antowain Smith who each had nine 100-yard rushing games during their careers.
** With his run around the 12:00 mark of the fourth quarter, running back Anthony Evans became only the 10th player in UH history to compile more than 2,000 rushing yards during his career... Evans finished the game with 2,137 rushing yards in his career to date.
** With 205 yards of total offense (196 pass, 9 rush), quarterback Kevin Kolb moved past Gerald Landry (1983-86) into fifth place in UH career history with 5,937 yards (415 rush, 5,521 pass) of total offense during his career... Up next in the UH records book is Chuck Clements (1993-96) who compiled 6,893 yards (7,112 pass, -112 rush) during his career.
** With his 7-yard touchdown run at the 6:03 mark of the third quarter, quarterback Kevin Kolb moved into a tie with D.C. Nobles (1972-73) and Gerald Landry (1983-86) for fourth place in UH history among quarterbacks with 12 career rushing touchdowns... Up next in the UH records book is Ken Bailey (1967-69) who rushed for 13 touchdowns during his career.
** With 17 rushing attempts, quarterback Kevin Kolb moved past Gary Mullins (1969-71) and Delrick Brown (1977-79) into fourth place in UH history among quarterbacks with 253 career rushing attempts... Up next in the UH records book is Danny Davis (1976-78) who rushed 303 times during his career.
** By participating in 56 plays, quarterback Kevin Kolb moved past Lionel Wilson (1980-83) into sixth place in UH career history with 916 plays during his career... Up next in the UH records book is Andre Ware (1987-89) who took part in 1,183 plays during his career.
** CONSECUTIVE STARTS STREAKS: Defensive tackle Kade Lane made his 34th consecutive start, dating back to Aug. 31, 2002, against Rice at Rice Stadium.