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The fact that Texas Tech had one of the best
defenses in the country was a bit unbelievable but Saturday the Red Raiders
shutdown one of the most potent offenses in the country plus the Heisman Trophy
front runner. We believe now, it’s
The Red Raider defense frustrated West Virginia
quarterback Geno Smith who finished 29 of 55 passing for 275 yards and one
touchdown. Far below the numbers Smith
has been putting up this season.
West Virginia’s offense did put up 406 yards of
total offense but no WVU running back had 100 yards and the Mountaineer
receivers were held to double digits in yards.
Not to mention a WVU offense used to scoring at will
only totaled 14 points Saturday afternoon in Lubbock.
Texas Tech safety D.J. Johnson, who had six tackles
against West Virginia, explains the Red Raider game plan against the
Mountaineers. (Thanks techathletics)
“We just didn't execute
offensively.” West Virginia head coach Dana Holgorse...
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Seth Doege passed for six touchdowns and a season-high 499 yards and Texas Tech's defense shut down Geno Smith and No. 5 West Virginia as the Red Raiders upset the Mountaineers 49-14 on Saturday.
Red Raider fans stormed the field after the win, the most lopsided Texas Tech victory ever over a team ranked in the top five.
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(Eds: Adds details. With AP Photos.) By BETSY BLANEY Associated Press This time, West Virginia's shoddy defense was too much for Geno Smith to overcome.
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Put that Heisman talk on hold. A second straight trip to Texas turned out to be too much for Geno Smith and No. 5 West Virginia to handle.
Texas Tech's defense and a swirling wind confounded Smith and the Mountaineers' defense couldn't stop the Red Raiders in a 49-14 victory Saturday.
Smith, who had thrown for 24 touchdowns coming into the game and established himself...