The Red Raider QB and his receivers have worked hard to make the play a dangerous red-zone weapon
At first glance, the play seems easy enough to execute.
First, send a big, physical receiver into the corner of the end zone. Then, have the quarterback loft a jump ball above the smaller defensive back. Finally, celebrate a touchdown.
Wash. Rinse. Repeat.
Texas Tech quarterback Seth Doege and several of his receivers have often made it look that simple, but the truth is there is much more that goes into making the fade route a dangerous red-zone option for the Red Raiders.