Personal foul penalties, offense and rushing defense all let Red Raiders down
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Texas Tech can’t finish.
It’s that simple.
The Red Raiders’ defense couldn’t get the stop they needed and lost, 31-26, Saturday at Milan Puskar Stadium due to its constant inability to stop the run and a pair of bone-headed plays.
Senior Branden Jackson and Micah Awe both committed personal foul penalties on West Virginia’s final drive.
Jackson’s came on the second play of the drive when Texas Tech desperately need a stop
Keenon Ward had just dropped West Virginia running back Rushel Shell for a 2-yard loss.