While undefeated Texas Tech hasn't had much trouble moving the ball, coach Kliff Kingsbury is hoping to see the Red Raiders put more points on the board going forward.
Keeping up with the Big 12's lowest-scoring team shouldn't prove too difficult.
Seeking its first 5-0 start in five seasons, No. 20 Texas Tech looks to continue its domination against Kansas and hand the Jayhawks a 22nd consecutive loss in conference play Saturday in Lawrence.
The Red Raiders (4-0, 1-0) have jumped out to a tremendous start, outscoring opponents by an average of 25.5 points. Texas Tech is 11th in the country with 520.0 yards per game and has averaged a good - but not elite - 38.8 points to rank 31st.
The Red Raiders' defense, meanwhile, has proven to be one of the FBS' stingiest units, giving up 13.3 points per contest - nearly 20 fewer than last season's mark of 31.8.
"They've done a great job, really, the first four weeks in leading this team," Kingsbury said of his defense. "Hopefully they kee...