LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) -Texas Tech's Michael Crabtree set the NCAA record for touchdown receptions by a freshman Saturday night with a 32-yard scoring catch against Iowa State.
Crabtree scored his 15th touchdown of the season when Graham Harrell hit him on a slant route across the middle and he ran 20 yards into the end zone to put Tech up 7-0 with 7:19 in the first quarter.
The Red Raiders receiver overtook the 14 TD catches by freshmen Jabar Gaffney (Florida, 2000); Mike Williams (Southern California, 2002) and Davone Bess, (Hawaii 2005).
Coming into the game, Crabtree led the nation in receptions (60), receiving yards (920) and touchdowns (14).

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