Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Griffin
Texas Tech quarterback Graham Harrell struggled through a difficult performance during Saturday night's Under Armour Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala.
Harrell completed 4 of 13 passes for the North team, which dropped a 35-18 decision to the South in the annual matchup of top senior talent.
The record-breaking Texas Tech quarterback started the game, but led the North on no scoring drives in his five possessions. His first three possessions were three-and-outs, directing the North to only two first downs in his playing time.
The most notable Big 12 performer was Oklahoma wide receiver Juaquin Iglesias of the North, who produced game-high totals of six receptions for 90 yards. Iglesias' 41-yard reception from Sam Houston State quarterback Rhett Bomar that was the game's longest play from scrimmage.
Here is how other Big 12 players performed in the game.
Missouri's Ziggy Hood (North) started at left defensive tackle and produced one assist.
Missouri's William Moore (North) started at strong safety, notched one tackle.
Texas' Quan Cosby (South) produced one reception for 15 yards.
Oklahoma's Phil Loadholt (North) started at right tackle and Oklahoma State's Brandon Pettigrew (North) started at tight end. Neither player had any recorded statistics.