BY THE NUMBERS: LOBOS VS BULLDOGS takes a by-the-numbers look at Longview's game against the McKinney North Bulldgs on Friday:

   22: Consecutive playoff berths for Longview, a school-record, following clinch their berth into the 2022 UIL 5A Division I state playoffs on Friday night.

   233: Passing yards by Jordan Allen, the second most in his career. The game was the fourth time in his career to hit 200 passing yards, three of them coming this season.

   3: Touchdowns by Jalen Hale, tying the school record for passing receptions in a single game. It was the second 3-touchdown game of his career, first taking place against West Mesquite last season.

   162: Receiving yards for Jalen Hale, the 9th most by a single player in program history. He was four short of his career high of 166.

   18: Touchdowns by junior Taylor Tatum this season, after a two-touchdown day against the Bulldogs. He sits 10 touchdowns away from tying the school record of most touchdowns in a single season.

   8: Win after Friday's contesting, improving Longview to 8-0 on the season. It's the 14th time in program history for a Lobo squad to start 8-0. It's the 19th consecutive year the Lobos have recorded at least eight wins.

   0: Points allowed by the Lobos in the second half. It marks the 6th consecutive game the Lobo defense has not surrendered a point in the second half.

   11: Interceptions on the season by the Lobo defense following Chase Smith's first of the season. Longview has recorded an interception in every game this season thus far, the longest streak to start a season since 2017.

   112: Rushing yards allowed by the Lobo defense. Longview's defense has now allowed just 587 total rushing yards on the year, for an average of 73.3 a game.

   49: Unanswered points by the Lobos on Friday, after falling behind 7-0 to begin the contest.

   250: Lobo games at Lobo Stadium, dating back to the opening of the stadium in 1976. Longview has recorded a 206-38-6 record in the 47 seasons since its opening.

   6: Years in a row that Longview will host a bi-district contest at Lobo Stadium, after clinching a top 2-seed on Friday night. Longview had hosted just two home playoffs game at new Lobo Stadium priors to 2017.

   205: Wins for head coach John King after Friday's victory. The win ties him for 90th all-time in coaching victories in state history.

   348: Passing yards away for Jordan Allen to move into third place all-time in passing yards as a Lobo quarterback.

   87: Receiving yards away for Jalen Hale to into first place all-time in receiving yards as a Lobo.

   3: Lobos with at least 10 tackles in Friday night's game, tied for the most this season. Kaden Brooks had 12 (tied for the most by a single player this season), Xaryus Sheppard had 11 and Ta'Darion Boone had 10.

   8: Lobos with a tackle for loss, tied for second most this season. Longview has had at least six players in seven of the eight contests to record a tackle for loss in a single game.