Texas Tech football, at least during the Air Raid era that started with Mike Leach in 1999 and continues today with Kliff Kingsbury, doesn't exactly conjure up visions of tailbacks running wild.Fact is the Red Raiders enter the 2015 season with one of the deepest, most talented tailback corps in the state of Texas. In a recent ranking of the state's running back units, the Dallas...
A lot went wrong with Texas Tech last season. The running game wasn't one of them.DeAndre Washington became the first Red Raiders rusher to reach 1,000 yards since 1998 and Ricky Williams. Washington returns for the 2015 season behind a veteran offensive line that should make it even easier for the senior to better the 1,103 yards he gained in 12 games last season.With sophomore...
Strong up front, the Texas Tech offense is primed to put up some fireworks in 2015.Yes, a decision must be made on the quarterback. But who will protect that quarterback -- not to mention blast open holes for 1,000-yard rusher DeAndre Washington -- is not a question. In fact, it's probably the Red Raiders' biggest strength.The offensive line is big and nasty and should be darn good...
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