Texas Tech trailed 20 points in their slow start against Kansas, but turned things around after the first quarter ending with a 45-34 victory.
Tech swapped out two true freshmen starters after Kansas built a 20-0 lead, and the tide turned in a 45-34 Tech victory.
Saturday's collapse in the third quarter marked the second straight game in which KU allowed a close game to slip away after halftime.
Texas Tech's Cornelius Douglas had a career-best 98 yards on four receptions
Having spent two-plus seasons as a Texas Tech defensive back, D.J. Johnson knows you can go from hero to goat and back on a week-to-week to basis.
The offense has been good - sometimes great - while the defense remains a step or two or 20 behind.
Eric Stephens represents something important to practically everyone on the team.
Moore and Okafor, injured against Nevada, missed play against Kansas.
Seth Doege led the Red Raiders to their come-from-behind victory, throwing for 366 yards on 29-of-46 passing.
Tech 45, Kansas 34