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Saturday's West Virginia-Texas Tech matchup was supposed to be one of the weekend's best games. However, the Red Raiders scored an easy 49-14 win,...
Texas Tech has the upset of the week after dominating No. 5 West Virginia. Tech rebounded from a loss to Oklahoma by dominating No. 5 West Virginia (49-14) in the most lopsided win over a top 5 team in school history. Tech putting up 49 points wasn’t all that surprising after the West Virginia defense had given up 108 in the previous two games combined. It was the Tech defense...
Texas Tech coach Tommy Tuberville says linebacker Daniel Cobb has been cleared of a felony burglary charge stemming from his arrest in August.
Cobb, who started practicing with the 18th-ranked Red Raiders on Sunday night, was expected to play against TCU on Saturday.
The junior was arrested Aug. 19 and charged with burglary of a habitation, a second-degree felony punishable by...
Joe DeForest saw Saturday's poor defensive showing coming during warmups, when he said there was a clear lack of intensity. Texas Tech took advantage, finishing with 676 yards of offense in a 49-14 rout of West Virginia.
The fans are back again this week with another edition of fan predictions, Texas Tech. WVU returns to Texas this week to face the Red Raiders in another Big 12 match-up. ABC will televise the contest with a 3:30 start. WVU enters the game as a 3.5 point favorite over Tech. The Red Raiders come [...]
West Virginia hits the road for the second straight week, this time to Lubbock (TX) to face the Red Raiders of Texas Tech. Will we see another high scoring, back and forth, down to the wire shootout? Our EersAuthority.com staff once again makes their predictions. The game can be seen at 3:30 EST on ABC. [...]
Yeager hands out his grades for the Red Raiders win against the Mountaineers.
More images from West Virginia's ugly loss to Texas Tech
Notes and tidbits of information from the Red Raiders upset of the Mountaineers.
What went wrong for West Virginia's offense? There weren't any easy answers after Saturday's 49-14 loss at Texas Tech, and center Joe Madsen said the Mountaineers simply couldn't string together the plays necessary to finish drives.
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No one had a game as ugly as West Virginia's loss to Texas Tech, but results were certainly mixed for future Mountaineers over the weekend.