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Texas Tech coach Kliff Kingsbury hugs quarterback Patrick Mahomes after the Red Raiders' 48-45 victory against the Longhorns on Thursday, Nov. 26, at Darrell K Royal Texas Memorial Stadium in Austin.

Williams: Texas Tech's imperfect season could still have a perfect ending  updated 9:07am

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Talbot: Defense not impressive, yet, but it finally got the job done 11/26/15 - 10:38pm

AUSTIN - Every week, Texas Tech defensive coordinator David Gibbs comes out to the Monday press conference and says the same thing but in a different way. Texas Tech's defense isn't good or even average. It is flat-out awful.

Washington lifts Texas Tech to 48-45 win over Texas 11/26/15 - 10:32pm

AUSTIN - It turned into an old fashioned, game of 3 yards and a cloud of dust. OK, maybe 10 yards and a cloud of dust.

Tech-UT notebook: Jakeem Grant breaks Crabtree's career receiving mark 11/27/15 - 3:31am

Senior wideout rises with 100-yard game

Red Raiders Q&A: Malik Jenkins 11/25/15 - 6:12pm

Any superstitions you do to get ready for a game? "On Thursday nights I usually go eat by myself. . Then whenever I have free time I usually draw a picture before every game.

The essence of Bobby: Hard work, little glory reward enough for Esiaba 11/24/15 - 9:28pm

Former walk-on values small role

Bobby Esiaba didn't make the Texas Tech football team the first time he went through walk-on tryouts. The second time around, he stuck - and then he stuck it out all the way through his senior season for little glory.

Texas Tech announces 2016 football schedule 11/24/15 - 1:08pm

Tech announces 2016 football schedule

Texas Tech will play six of its first nine football games at home in 2016, the slate finalized Tuesday when the Big 12 Conference released the composite league schedule for next year. The Red Raiders will have an open date on Sept.

Lady Raiders up and down in win over Idaho State 11/24/15 - 8:27pm

Dayo Olabode leads Texas Tech to win

After so much went right Saturday. So much went wrong Tuesday. The Texas Tech Lady Raiders used a second quarter surge and a strong performance from Dayo Olabode to hold off Idaho State 79-64 on Tuesday at United Supermarkets Arena.