Red Raiders native to Oklahoma take pride in possibly one of the biggest victories in Tech history over OU.
Tuberville said he's not surprised that fan skepticism dragged into year two of his tenure, but he hopes more people now realize the program's going in the right direction.
After Texas Tech's nationally televised upset of No. 3 Oklahoma, Seth Doege is now a household name.
Even though center Deveric Gallington made a number of low snaps, he did well enough to help Tech topple the third-ranked Sooners.
Tommy Tuberville has insisted time and again he knew the 2011 version of the Red Raiders is better than last year's team. Now the whole country knows.
Had Sooners players stuck around, this scene could have been burned into their minds as a reminder: the sight of Texas Tech players piling into the stands in the southeast corner of the stadium to whoop it up with friends and family.
Texas Tech's No. 82 national ranking in total defense won't get much of a lift with a 536-yard yield to Oklahoma. But what Red Raiders defenders did derive from Saturday might mean more in the long run.
Seth Doege threw for 441 yards, four touchdowns and no interceptions. It was a tremendous rebound after his three-pick performance against KSU. He also had a 1-yard rushing touchdown in the second quarter.
How did Tech's opponents do this week?
Texas Tech fans had reason to celebrate after what a Tech official labeled one of the biggest wins in school history when the unranked Red Raider’s upset No. 3 Oklahoma Saturday night in Norman.
The Top 25 teams in The Associated Press college football poll comes out with a new addition: Texas Tech at number 19.
Texas Tech had everything stacked against it before its 41-38 upset victory against No. 3 Oklahoma. Tommy Tuberville got his first landmark win with Texas Tech in a place where practically no one else could.
Tech quarterback Seth Doege, led the way in the Red Raiders’ 41-38 upset of third-ranked Oklahoma on Saturday night, throwing for 441 yards and four touchdowns without an interception.
Texas Tech flanker Darrin Moore, who had missed almost four full games with ankle and knee injuries, returned to play.