| LoboHistory.com takes a by-the-numbers look at Longview's game against the Tyler Legacy Red Raiders on Friday:
200: Career wins by John King, the first ever Lobo head coach to reach such number. King now sits at tied for 100th all-time in the head coach wins ranks.
31: Jalen Hale touchdowns, moving him into sole possession of 11th all-time in touchdowns scored by a Longview Lobo. Hale is three away from moving into the top 10.
5: Lobos who tallied their first ever touchdown on Friday night. Fredirick Hawkins caught his first touchdown, Brandavion Steverson and Kelvin Washington rushed for their first score while Ta'Darion Boone and Billy Smith registered defensive scores for their first tallies.
36: Total Tyler Legacy yards on the night, the fewest total yards allowed by a Lobo defense since a 2006 meeting against Dallas Bryan Adams when the Lobos held the Cougars to 13 total yards.
9: Different Lobos that tallied a touchdown on Friday night, the most in a single game in school history.
10: Touchdowns scored by the Lobos, the most scored in a single game by Longview since 2018's 70-22 win over Copperas Cove.
132: Scoring difference between the Lobos and their opponents after three games to start the season, the largest difference in program history to start a season.
18: Consecutive victories over Tyler Legacy, the second longest winning streak against a single team in school history.
8: Multi-passing touchdwon games for Jordan Allen in his career. Allen had just five entering the season after two playing years but has three already to start the season.
29: Career passing touchdowns for Jordan Allen, tied for third all-time in school history. He sits just one away from becoming the third Lobo ever to hit the 30 career passing scores, following Haynes King and Dezmond Chumley.
2: First downs by Tyler Legacy, the fewest first downs allowed by a Lobo defense since 2014's defense held Greenville to two first downs as well.