The Red Raiders have lost three games in a row, dropping the final two against Oklahoma last weekend and then a 7-6 decision to New Mexico on Tuesday.Read More
The whiffle ball came back faster than Jake Taylor was expecting. He had given his 2-year-old son a bat, and had tossed the plastic ball underhand and told Corey when to swing. A second later, Jake had taken a whiffle ball to the forehead.
The last time Amanda Locke faced Oklahoma, she and her teammates celebrated a national championship as Alabama defeated the Sooners in the Women's College World Series final. "Man, you dream of it your whole life," Locke said.
All of a sudden, Keenon Ward's one of the most experienced members of the Texas Tech secondary. But just when a junior safety might otherwise have a defense down pat, the Red Raiders' coaches have changed all the concepts again.
Texas Tech stands to lose six senior defensive linemen at the end of the 2015 football season, four of whom are defensive tackles. Tech coach Kliff Kingsbury thinks he might have a couple of young keepers to ease the pain, though, going into 2016.