It's "Guns Up" in west Texas, as Red Raider sports reigns supreme. From Michael Crabtree's big catch against the Longhorns to the factory of record-breaking quarterbacks that come through, Texas Tech football has become the institution of offense that the rest of the country is constantly trying to catch up to. A new era of coaching is upon us as Kliff Kingsbury is back on campus to try to get his hands on some Big 12 titles. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Texas Tech Red Raiders football tickets.
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2017 Texas Tech Season Preview
The Texas State Red Raiders were able to end their 2015 season on a higher note than from their 2014 season with 5 more wins in the regular season. With a strong offense, Head Coach Kliff Kingsbury is ready to take the Red Raiders into a successful 2016 season. Texas Tech’s offense will be led by quarterback Patrick Mahomes, one of the top QBs in the country. In 2016, Mahones will be starting the season fully recovered from his hurt leg during the previous season and is expected to perform at an even better caliber. The big question mark for the 2016 Red Raiders will be the defense’s ability to hold off opponents. The 2016 Texas Tech Red Raiders schedule includes road games against Oklahoma State, TCU and Iowa State. One of the most highly anticipated games in the Big 12 season schedule will be the 75th meeting against rival Baylor Bears in Arlington, Texas. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Red Raiders at home games or supporting Texas Tech on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Texas Tech Red Raiders’ tickets, including home and away games.
Texas Tech Red Raiders Football at Jones AT&T Stadium Address: 6 Red Raider Ave, Lubbock, Texas, 79409
The Texas Tech Red Raiders play their home games at Jones AT&T Stadium in Lubbock, Texas. Opened in 1946, the stadium holds 53,000 spectators. Although Jones Stadium has seen recent upgrades, it still has the beautiful original façade, a reminder of the rich football tradition in Lubbock. A Tech home game is a treat for any college football fan. The Texas Tech Red Raiders home bench is on the Jones AT&T Stadium sideline with sections 1-10. Jones AT&T Stadium parking information is covered in our Red Raiders event guide.
Jones AT&T Stadium Experience
This is a newer one, though they’ve played each other many times over the years. Texas Tech stung the Longhorns badly in the final seconds of the 2008 contest, ending their hopes for a national title berth. The Horns have mounted big comebacks over the years after falling behind early, making this yearly contest an exciting one.
Texas Tech vs. TCU
Tech leads the all-time series against the Horned Frogs, which has only recently become an active rivalry with TCU’s introduction to the Big 12. The series has been heavily dominated by the Red Raiders, winning 10 of the last 13 while losing only one game at Jones AT&T Stadium.
Baylor vs. Texas Tech Another close series all-time, the Bears are Texas Tech’s most played opponent. The game has been played at neutral sites recently, including the Cotton Bowl in Dallas and Cowboys Stadium in Arlington. Recently, this has been the game to watch if you wanted to see a whole lot of offense.
Texas Tech in the College Football Playoff and Bowl Games
Since joining the conference in 1996 the Red Raiders were the only Big 12 School to obtain winning seasons every year until 2011 when the streak ended. Texas Tech has played in an astounding amount of post-season bowl games and won over a dozen of those contests. Ticketcity offers tickets to all college football bowl games and the Big 12 Conference Championship Game.
2015 Texas Tech Red Raiders Football Preview
Texas Tech struggled last season, winning only 4 games. But hopes are still high in Lubbock as the team continues its transition to a new playing style under Kliff Kingsburry. For 2015, the Texas Tech Red Raiders will hope that their high powered offense takes off under junior Davis Webb. Webb will be pushed by sophomore Patrick Mahomes, who spent plenty of time under center last season. The biggest question mark for the Red Raiders of the last few seasons has been their defense. Texas Tech comes into 2015 with one of the most experienced defensive units in the country with all 7 of their box players being seniors. If the Red Raider defense can take a step forward in 2015, Texas Tech has the opportunity to move up drastically in the Big 12 standings. Key games on the Texas Tech Red Raiders 2015 schedule are at home against TCU, Baylor, and on the road at Texas on thanksgiving.
2014 Texas Tech Red Raiders Football Preview
After some quarterback turmoil in the offseason, the Texas Tech Red Raiders quarterback committee of 2013 has been reduced to a solid starter in Davis Webb. Head coach Kliff Kingsbury has stayed true to the air raid tradition of the Texas Tech offense while also implementing a much better run game to balance the attack. With Kenny Williams moving to the defensive side of the ball at linebacker DeAndre Washington moves into the starting role at running back alongside Quinton White and Justin Stockton. Last year’s star tight end, Jace Amaro, will leave a big hole in the offense’s receiving core that will need to be filled by one of the many receivers on the Tech roster. Lubbock will play host to the Texas Longhorns on November 1 and Oklahoma Sooners on November 15, two of the biggest games on the 2014 Texas Tech schedule. The Red Raiders will end the season in Dallas at AT&T Stadium against the Baylor Bears on November 29.
2011 Texas Tech Red Raiders Football Preview
It’s year two of the Tommy Tuberville experience in Lubbock, and the sky is looking as high as the balls the teams’ string of successive powerful quarterbacks can throw it. After a winning season that saw them take the first TicketCity Bowl trophy, the Red Raiders are setting their sights on the Big 12 Title.
First issue Tuberville has to address is the quarterback one—TicketCity Biowl MVP Taylor Potts is gone, and the players next in line don’t have much experience. It looks like junior Seth Doege has the line to line up behind center, but will have sophomore Jacob Karam to challenge him. Luckily for the team, their best offensive player will have plenty of experience -- feature back junior Eric Stephens. Stephens finished last year 16th in the nation with 150 all-purpose yards per game, meaning he’ll be a good outlet for whoever is quarterback.
Defensively, the Red Raiders are looking to bolster their front line by inserting sophomore Kerry Hyder and senior Donald Langley—both who played end last season—into tackles spots. Taking their places out at end will be sophomore Aundrey Barr and senior Sam Fehoko. The push up front will give the secondary a lot of work, including strong safety sophomore Terrance Bullitt, who had 23 tackles in 12 games in 2010.
2010 Texas Tech Red Raiders Football Preview
Texas Tech lost iconic coach Mike Leach after he was fired at the end of last season and, thanks to loyal Leech fans, replacement coach Tommy Tuberville has a lot to prove in his first season in Lubbock.
The Red Raiders have been famous over recent years for their pass-happy offense - ranking first in the conference in both passing yards and total offense in 2009, and this season should be no different. Seniors Steven Sheffield and Taylor Potts are competing for the starting job, with early indications pointing toward Sheffield. The top-five receivers from a year ago are all returning, so another year full of gaudy offensive numbers is likely.
The defensive line was the strength of a solid Texas Tech team last year but, unfortunately for Tuberville, the top six linemen from that squad are gone. The success of the defense will rest in how nosetackle Colby Whitlock and linebacker Bront Bird can clog the middle.
Playing in the Big 12 South is always difficult. With perennial powerhouses like Oklahoma and Texas leading the way, coupled with an upstart Texas A&M team, it is unlikely that Texas Tech will be able to eclipse its 9-4 record from 2009.
2009 Texas Tech Red Raiders Football Preview
The 2009 Texas Tech Red Raiders are entering the season trying to replace the talents of Graham Harrell and Michael Crabtree. For the last couple of seasons Harrell and Crabtree have been the top pass-catch combo in college football. So what does Texas Tech do after losing these studs? When pirate loving Mike Leach is your Head Coach, you just baton down the hatches and plug in two new studs on offense. That is because Leach has become the architect of the most successful offense in college football today, so to him it doesn't matter if it's Harrell or new QB Taylor Potts. The offense remains unchanged, which means you can expect the Red Raiders to be a contender in 2009.
2008 Texas Tech Red Raiders Football Preview
The Texas Tech Red Raider football team has one of the most explosive and exciting offenses to watch in all of college football. Competing in the ultra-competitive Big 12 Conference, the Red Raiders have proven to be a tough competitor over the years. Under the leadership of head coach Mike Leach, Texas Tech will look to win its first Big 12 title and compete for a BCS Bowl bid. Historic Jones Stadium will be teeming with fans this season as Texas Tech puts up incredible scores and offensive numbers on their way to a conference title.
In the 2008 preseason, the Texas Tech Red Raiders are already racking up strong reviews. As of July 2008, the team is ranking as low as #12 and as high as #8 in the nation, according to several preseason polls. This means that if the Raiders keep a strong defense - and learn to run the ball better than they did in 2007 - they could be prime contenders against Texas and Oklahoma for all the marbles in the Big 12 south. Quarterback Graham Harrell is a key mover for the team, and should have no trouble keeping their passing game alive. Also, the entire offensive line is returning in 2008, making the Red Raider offense a force to deal with.
Head Coach Mike Leach is looking for another bowl game berth this season, after winning in last year's Gator Bowl. This year is either going to be a huge season for the Raiders, or a huge disappointment. As long as Texas Tech's defense keeps up with their heralded offense, the Red Raiders are going to make the plays they need to dominate the Big 12. Make sure to come watch this dynamic team make moves at Jones AT&T Stadium in 2008!
Texas Tech Red Raiders News - 2/1/2017
The Texas Tech Red Raider finished the 2016 college football season with an overall record of 5-7. Texas Tech missed their first bowl game since 2014 with a five-game winning season. The 2017 Red Raiders will have their first game on September 2nd against the Eastern Washington Eagles.