A-J Media Larry Isaac had perfect timing. Two of the greatest football teams in Texas Tech history were the 11-1 squad of 1973 and the 10-2 outfit of 1976, and Isaac had a better view of both than anyone with 50-yard line tickets.Read More
Eric Morris has one memory after another about Texas Tech's 39-33 upset of No. 1 Texas six years ago in Jones AT&T Stadium. He was open on the dramatic, game-winning touchdown pass to Michael Crabtree.
It had been more than five years since the Red & Black series came down to a deciding Game 5.
Texas' offense just hasn't been the same this season. Concussions forced quarterback David Ash to give up football, and Dominic Espinosa, a 40-game starter at center, was lost for the season with a broken ankle in the opener.
Texas Tech middle linebacker Sam Eguavoen's lower-leg injury that he suffered in the Oct. 18 Kansas game forced interim defensive coordinator Mike Smith to add players to his usual three-man inside linebacker rotation of Eguavoen, V.J.
Carlos Strickland believes in Texas Tech's future. Yes, the four-star wide receiver watched TCU wallop the Red Raiders 82-27 last Saturday while on his official visit to TCU.
Texas Tech was a point away from winning the second set and tying Baylor at one set apiece, but a Red Raider attack error followed by a Bear kill tied things up at 24. Tech had three set points before Baylor came back to tie it.