In a football season that might end up as Texas Tech's worst in more than 20 years, there's been at least one silver lining: The Red Raiders have used more than two dozen freshmen and sophomores. They've not merely gotten their feet wet.Read More
Shock Linwood found out when everyone else did that Big 12 rushing leader Lache Seastrunk was bypassing his final season with Baylor.
There goes Melvin Gordon, ripping off another long run. And there's Samaje Perine piling up yards in punishing fashion. Oh, look, here comes Tevin Coleman - and there he goes, sprinting away from a bunch of flailing defenders.
Northwestern State is a team that likes to push the tempo. Tuesday night, Texas Tech beat the Demons at their own game with a season-high 12 fast break points on the way to a 75-64 victory.
John White had played quite a bit of football for Texas Tech before last week. Nearly all his action had come on special teams, though.
Texas Tech kicker Ryan Bustin has a rough patch to work through after the left-footed senior missed an extra point in each of the last two games. That's not what you expect from a Groza Award semifinalist last year.
Due to a rule protest in the Oct. 18 match between Iowa State and Texas Tech in Lubbock, the two teams will have to replay the ending to their match from earlier this season.