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.Read More
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.
Texas' 41-16 win last year against Texas Tech in Austin was bad enough for the Red Raiders for the loss itself and the margin. It was even worse for the offensive line, which gave up nine sacks.