Tech coaches hope their Texas counterparts are the ones having to make adjustments come Saturday.
At halftime Saturday night in Albuquerque, N.M., New Mexico had 17 points on the scoreboard, was approaching 300 yards offense and was at least making a game of it with Texas Tech.
The Red Raiders wound up running away and winning 52-17, pitching a shutout in the second half.
“We made some adjustments,” Tech defensive coordinator James Willis said Sunday. “Early in the season, a lot of times you don’t have enough stuff on film to really get a good bead on a team. They came out and did a lot of things that were totally off from what they did last year — the first game also.