The Red Raiders are snapping the ball once every 20.7 seconds after running a play once every 18.6 seconds last season.
Texas Tech fans will have an opportunity to see what their offense could have been when the Red Raiders finish their season Saturday against Baylor.
The Bears have run a Football Bowl Subdivision-leading 91.8 plays per game. One year ago, the Red Raiders led the FBS with 90.3 plays per game but have dropped to 75.5 this season. The latter mark ranks No. 48 nationally, behind No. 21 Iowa State, No. 28 UNLV and No. 35 Akron.
The FBS average is 74 this season, ostensibly the same as 2013 (73.7) and 2012 (73.3).