At 32-11, Tech has done more than enough at this point of the season to be a shoe-in
It would be easy this weekend to put an Easter theme on this season’s resurrection of the Texas Tech baseball program.
But that would also be pretty cheesy, right?
Yeah, OK. So we won’t go there. But suffice it to say that the analogy works pretty well.
Since 2004, the Red Raiders have pretty much been left for dead. Only once since 2003 have as Tech been picked to finish sixth or higher in the Big 12 preseason coaches poll, and Tech hasn’t finished higher than fifth in a decade, which was the last time the Red Raiders reached the NCAA postseason.