Tuberville said Neal Brown gets input from the offensive staff, but has the last word on play calls.
Even standing on the sideline with a headset clamped over his ears, Texas Tech coach Tommy Tuberville knows people complain. It just so happened the Red Raiders’ 31-22 loss against Texas led to more second-guessing than usual. Mostly, the complaints had to do with the offense.
When an opposing quarterback perfectly uncorks two long bombs against a secondary missing three experienced players — as was the case Saturday — reasons are apparent. When an offense doesn’t click on all cylinders, it can be more subtle.