It was Texas Tech or nothing. Four years ago, Paige Strahan's sights were set on playing soccer for the Red Raiders and no one else, despite the offers coming in from Division II schools. But nothing came from Tech.
Texas Tech soccer has set single-season win records the past two seasons and looks to continue that trend in 2014 with 70 percent of its scoring back for more. Yet, the Red Raiders aren't feeling any added pressure.
Position: Offensive tackle Ht./Wt.: 6-5, 315 Class-Exp.: Jr.-Transfer High school: Redlands, Calif.
Kansas broke a three-year conference losing streak with a win over West Virginia last season. While 2014 isn't necessarily bowl or bust for the Jayhawks, a few more conference wins are key.
Texas Tech came out of spring practice with four sophomores manning the cornerback slots in the two-deep. If the Red Raiders thought they were young at the position then, take a look now.
Sam Atoe, a transfer who joined the team just before August workouts, could make Texas Tech's two-deep at inside linebacker, defensive coordinator Matt Wallerstedt said Monday.