Louis Ojeda, Jr.
Texas Tech fans saw something they haven't seen in a long time -- a little bit of defense.
The Red Raiders were first in the Big 12 to kickoff spring football as the Black team outscored the Red 25-19 Saturday afternoon.
After suffering their first losing season in 20 years, does this team look good enough to get back in a bowl?
Senior quarterback Seth Doege will likely keep his starting job in 2012, but redshirt freshman Michael Brewer was impressive in his starting spring debut.
The highly recruited quarterback out of Austin Lake Travis caught fire early in the second half, leading the Black team to back-to-back touchdown drives. Despite playing against the second-team defense, he showcased his big playmaking ability. He finished 21 of 28 for 297 with two touchdowns and no interceptions.
With the departures of former backups Scotty Young and Jacob Karam, it's clear Brewer is the Tech quarterback of the futur...