By: Raider Buzz on March 14, 2015 - 9:30pm - Add new comment

ESPN's Jake Trotter was recently asked if he thought Texas Tech's defense would improve in 2015. This was his response: 

By: Raider Buzz on March 14, 2015 - 9:18pm - Add new comment recenlty names its top 5 offensive lines in the nation. And there was a suprise there for Red Raiders fans.

By: Raider Buzz on February 12, 2015 - 9:07pm - Add new comment

The Fort Worth Star-Telegram and other members of the Dallas media were able to talk with Kliff Kingsbury on Tuesday, two weeks before spring practices begin for the Red Raiders. Here is an except from Jimmy Burch's story on the quarterback battle between Patrick Mahomes and Davis Webb: 

By: Raider Buzz on November 29, 2014 - 3:37am - Add new comment

The Dallas Mornings News' Kate Hairpoulos broke down Baylor and Texas Tech and predicted a 56-21 score, yes in favor of Baylor. Her four keys to the game were

1. Can't miss Oakman.

2. Baylor defines game control

3. Flags and turnovers

4. At AT&T to stay.

This  is what she had to say on flags and turnovers: Texas Tech and Baylor are the two most penalized teams in the Big 12. The Red Raiders have 101 penalties for 945 yards in 11 games, an average of 85.9 yards per game.

By: Raider Buzz on November 28, 2014 - 5:47pm - Add new comment

This week the ESPN Big 12 blog picked out Tevin Madison as a key player to watch, saying:

"Texas Tech CB Tevin Madison: The true freshman has quietly had a really solid debut season (six pass breakups, 49 tackles, one INT) and will be put to the test by Baylor in a week when top corner Justis Nelson (concussion) is questionable and might also have to play some safety. No matter which Bears receivers he gets matched up against, Madison and fellow rookie Nigel Bethel II have to hold their own. No question Bryce Petty will try to pick on them."

By: Raider Buzz on October 25, 2014 - 11:51am - Add new comment

Texas Tech is known for throwing the ball. 

By: Raider Buzz on September 29, 2014 - 5:48pm - Add new comment

In a chilling look into the future of our species, Washington State football coach Mike Leach points to technology as the thing that will eventually destroy humanity.

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By: Raider Buzz on September 27, 2014 - 11:40pm - Add new comment

Mark Schlabach of ESPN posts his five things that he learns every weekend in college football.