LUBBOCK, Texas (Ticker) -- Kliff Kingsbury threw five touchdown passes to become his school's all-time leader as Texas Tech rolled to a 58-3 victory over Division I-AA Stephen F. Austin in its regular season finale.
Kingsbury, the top passer in the Big 12 Conference, picked apart the Lumberjacks' secondary, completing 39-of-47 passes for 366 yards.
The junior has thrown 50 career TD passes, breaking the previous mark of 48 set by Robert Hall from 1990-93.
Kingsbury has thrown for 3,499 yards, eclipsing the Texas Tech single-season record of 3,437 yards he established last year.
He threw TD passes to four different receivers in the first half, helping the Red Raiders (7-4) build a 34-0 halftime cushion. Texas Tech tacked on 17 points in the third quarter to open a 51-0 bulge.
Ricky Williams rushed for only 52 yards on six carries for Texas Tech, but had scoring runs of three and one yards in the first half. He also caught 10 passes for 43 yards.
Kingsbury spread around the wealth as 12 different receivers grabbed at least one pass.
Matt Walliford completed 11-of-16 passes for just 100 yards for the Lumberjacks (6-5). Michael Williams rushed for 91 yards on 19 carries.
Stephen F. Austin got its only points on Ryan Rossner's field goal midway through the final period.
B.J. Symons replaced Kingsbury and completed all nine of his passes for 66 yards, including a four-yard TD toss to King Scovell with 2:28 remaining.