The Texas Tech defense wasn't known for anything good last year. Two games into this season, it's hoping a label such as "opportunistic" sticks.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – The Texas Tech defense wasn’t known for anything good last year. Two games into this season, it’s hoping a label such as “opportunistic” sticks.
If Tech’s 59-13 victory Saturday against New Mexico wasn’t easy enough, the Red Raiders made it a lot easier by coming up with three turnovers that led to 17 first-half points. Combined with four fumble recoveries in the second half of the season opener, Tech came up with seven turnovers in a four-quarter span.
That’s evidence the Raiders are applying some of the jargon of new defensive coordinator Chad Glasgow.