TEXAS TECH POSTGAME NOTES
Starters – (Offense) – (LT) T.J. Storment, (LG) Weston Wright, (C) Dawson Deaton, (RG) Josh Burger (RT) Caleb Rogers, (QB) Henry Colombi, (RB) Tahj Brooks, (TE) Henry Teeter, (WR) Myles Price, (WR) Kaylon Geiger Sr., (WR) Erik Ezukanma; (Defense) – (DE) Tyree Wilson, (N) Jaylon Hutchings, (T) Devin Drew (LB) Colin Schooler, (LB) Riko Jeffers, (LB) Krishon Merriweather, (SPUR) Malik Dunlap, (CB) Rayshad Williams, (S) Dadrion Taylor-Demerson, (S) Eric Monroe. (CB) DaMarcus Fields
TEXAS TECH’S LOSS…
TEXAS TECH’S TEAM NOTES
– Tech entered the game as one of eight schools nationally to own five or more such games.
– Tech has produced more touchdowns on the ground than it has through the air in six of nine games in 2021.
– The Red Raiders sustained a drive of 7 minutes, 26 seconds to close the first half. It was the Red Raiders’ longest drive in length of time dating back to the 2017 season (vs. TCU).
NOTING THE RED RAIDERS
– recorded a career-high eight receptions. Besting seven, set on seven different occasions.
– registered his fifth career 100-yard receiving game – third of the 2021 season – totaling 123 yards.
– logged his first touchdown since Tecas Tech hosted SFA on Sept. 11.
– found the end zone for the third-straight game, having picked up his first two career rushing scores over back-to-back weeks at Kansas and at home versus Kansas State.
– surpassed 2,000 career receiving yards. He entered the game needing just 32 to reach the milestone.
Release provided by Matt Dowdy Texas Tech Athletics