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CFB : ATS Matchup
Saturday 11/10/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
TEXAS
 
TEXAS TECH
-2  

+2  
-130

+110

62.5
 
41
Final
34

TEXAS (6 - 3) at TEXAS TECH (5 - 4)
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Week 11 Saturday, 11/10/2018 7:30 PM
Board OpenLatest
197TEXAS-1-2
198TEXAS TECH64.562.5
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
TEXAS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games6-3-0.93-65-432.319.7421.7(5.6)0.826.815.1400.7(5.7)1.2
Road Games2-2-31-33-132.719.7411.7(5.7)0.732.718.0414.5(5.8)0.7
Last 3 Games1-2-1.30-32-133.021.7437.0(5.8)0.732.322.7469.3(6)0.3
Turf Games5-2+1.82-53-430.618.7412.7(5.5)0.623.113.6381.0(5.4)1.1
Conference Games4-2+3.12-43-332.819.7419.7(5.6)0.328.716.3421.5(5.9)1.3
TEXAS - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)32.319.723.931:4839-155(4)23-3663.9%266(7.4)75-422(5.6)(13)
Opponents Defensive Avg.27.113.820.931:4539-166(4.3)19-3258.9%221(6.9)71-387(5.5)(14.3)
Offense Road Games32.719.723.229:1133-137(4.1)25-3963.5%274(7)72-412(5.7)(12.6)
Defense (All Games)26.815.120.227:5636-144(4.1)21-3558.9%256(7.3)71-401(5.7)(15)
Opponents Offensive Avg.31.916.621.529:1039-188(4.9)18-3059.7%239(8)68-427(6.2)(13.4)
Defense Road Games32.718.021.530:1342-163(3.9)19-3062.5%251(8.4)72-414(5.8)(12.7)

TEXAS TECH - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games5-4+5.66-37-242.722.6522.1(6.1)1.630.718.0451.3(6.1)1.7
Home Games3-204-15-053.628.4575.2(6.7)1.631.618.8459.4(5.9)1.6
Last 3 Games1-2-12-13-041.724.0463.0(5.9)2.035.715.0471.0(6.2)1.7
Turf Games4-2+5.15-15-151.527.7582.8(6.7)1.729.218.5447.2(6)1.7
Conference Games3-3+5.64-24-236.218.2471.0(5.8)2.030.017.3449.8(6.1)1.7
TEXAS TECH - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)42.722.628.432:1139-147(3.8)31-4767.4%376(8)85-522(6.1)(12.2)
Opponents Defensive Avg.33.217.62332:3141-164(4)22-3463.9%271(8)75-435(5.8)(13.1)
Offense Home Games53.628.429.831:0339-150(3.8)33-4771.4%425(9.1)86-575(6.7)(10.7)
Defense (All Games)30.718.022.127:4936-159(4.5)21-3853.9%292(7.7)74-451(6.1)(14.7)
Opponents Offensive Avg.32.417.221.728:2738-173(4.6)20-3359.8%263(8)70-437(6.2)(13.5)
Defense Home Games31.618.823.028:5737-161(4.3)21-4052.7%299(7.4)78-459(5.9)(14.5)
Average power rating of opponents played: TEXAS 41.8,  TEXAS TECH 38.8
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
TEXAS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
9/15/2018USC37-14W-3W47.5O48-16016-34-234116--530-48-3221
9/22/2018TCU31-16W2.5W50U45-11222-32-255032-14120-40-2314
9/29/2018@ KANSAS ST19-14W-8.5L48.5U29-11130-38-228039-10711-25-1100
10/6/2018*OKLAHOMA48-45W7W59O38-17726-37-324031-22220-27-3103
10/13/2018BAYLOR23-17W-14L59U41-17024-39-219134-8820-40-2401
10/27/2018@ OKLAHOMA ST35-38L-1.5L59.5O30-11922-42-283051-18123-34-3210
11/3/2018W VIRGINIA41-42L-1L57.5O39-16625-36-354133-23228-42-3460
11/10/2018@ TEXAS TECH            
11/17/2018IOWA ST            
11/23/2018@ KANSAS            

TEXAS TECH - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
9/15/2018HOUSTON63-49W-2W68.5O41-9943-59-605140-17331-52-4620
9/22/2018@ OKLAHOMA ST41-17W14.5W77U46-22435-46-397224-12818-38-2582
9/29/2018W VIRGINIA34-42L3.5L75.5O42-16825-47-295332-11927-41-3700
10/11/2018@ TCU17-14W7.5W57.5U43-15115-27-202132-12126-45-2903
10/20/2018KANSAS48-16W-18.5W59O35-11239-49-441329-8718-41-2212
10/27/2018@ IOWA ST31-40L5.5L58O24-3033-57-333351-17213-27-2501
11/3/2018OKLAHOMA46-51L14W77.5O27-10730-44-366044-32320-35-3602
11/10/2018TEXAS            
11/17/2018@ KANSAS ST            
11/24/2018@ BAYLOR            
KEY GAME INFORMATION
TEXAS: Given the resources available to this program, it has been impossibly frustrating to watch the Longhorns wallow in mediocrity for nearly a decade now. This year, however'and apologies if you've heard this before'could be the start of the turnaround in Austin. Tom Herman didn't find a real solution at quarterback last season between Sam Ehlinger and Shane Buechele, and solving that conundrum is his obvious top priority. He should be able to give it his full attention, though, given how solid coordinator Todd Orlando's defense is shaping up to be. While stars like Malik Jefferson and Poona Ford are gone, the unit as a whole actually figures to improve thanks to a solid core of veterans and a promising pool of highly touted youngsters.
TEXAS TECH: Lubbock has frozen over: There's currently more faith in the Red Raiders' defense than there is in their offense. The D took huge strides from 2016 to 2017, and now almost everyone is back from last year. On offense, Kliff Kingsbury needs to break in a new quarterback, a new running back and new wideouts. The line is strong, though, forming a solid foundation for a unit that has consistently been among the nation's best throughout this century.
PREVIEW
No. 19 Texas faces tall task at Texas Tech
 

Expect an all-out war when No. 19 Texas travels to West Texas to square off with improving Texas Tech on Saturday night at Jones AT&T Stadium.

This is never a rivalry for the weak of spirit, but this year's game is a little more important than usual. It will have plenty to say in the race for the Big 12 Championship and maybe for the coaching future at Texas Tech for the likeable Kliff Kingsbury.

Both teams have lost two straight games to fall into the second tier of teams battling for the league championship. Texas (6-3, 4-2) can still earn a trip to the title game but needs help from other teams while Texas Tech cannot win the conference but will have say who plays for the championship.

The Red Raiders (5-4, 3-3) need one win to become bowl-eligible. They finish the regular season at Kansas State and against Baylor in Arlington, Texas.

The Longhorns have no time or, as coach Tom Herman said, any inclination to pout or wallow in self-pity after losing 42-41 to No. 9 West Virginia at home last Saturday on a gutsy two-point conversion by the Mountaineers.

"I'm proud and frustrated at the same time," Herman said. "I'm so proud of the way that we fought two weeks ago in Stillwater. I'm extremely proud of the level of intensity and physicality that we continue to play with. That is something that will never waver in this program. I'm extremely proud of that.

"I'm certainly frustrated that we couldn't close the deal this past weekend, and got off to such a poor start the weekend prior."

Instead, Texas will focus on overcoming several key injuries that affected the proficiency of its defense and finding a way to regain its swagger on that side of the ball after two down weeks.

Herman said the defense has been tentative in the losses to Oklahoma State and West Virginia.

"For whatever reason we haven't cut it loose at times," Herman said. "That's on us to figure out why. Maybe it's an uncertainty. Yeah, just playing tentative at times. The easiest way to alleviate some of that is to trim down your call sheet a little bit, and make sure that guys are ultimately confident in what we're doing."

Texas Tech lost at home to No. 6 Oklahoma 51-46 last Saturday and may have lost freshman starting quarterback Alan Bowman for the season in the process. Bowman sustained a recurrence of the collapsed lung that he initially suffered Sept. 29 against West Virginia and did not play in the second half.

As of Tuesday afternoon, Bowman was still hospitalized for observation, putting his status for the Texas game, as well as the remainder of the season, in serious doubt.

Kingsbury said Bowman has taken a lot of hits this season and the cumulative effect of that pounding, rather than one specific tackle against Oklahoma, is likely the reason for the reoccurrence of Bowman's injury.

"He's played in four games and gotten hit a lot." Kingsbury said. "I don't know if you watched those games, but he got hit a lot. So we didn't think that would be much of a difference. We're playing football."

Saturday night's game will be the 68th meeting between Texas Tech and Texas and the 59th consecutive year the teams have played each other. The Longhorns hold a 50-17 all-time advantage in the series, includes 20-10 in games played in Lubbock.

The Red Raiders will celebrate Senior Night on Saturday, and Kingsbury wants to send his players out the right way.

"We have a bunch of guys who have been here four and five years who have really been through it since they've been here," Kingsbury said. "Some ups and downs and have fought and fought. And you're seeing some of the resolve in the way this team plays. And it's led by that group.

"We're obviously playing a great team, but I want to make sure they have a great senior day and we play as well as we can as a team."

The Red Raiders have won two of the past three meetings against their in-state rival as Texas Tech secured a 48-45 victory in 2015 and a 27-23 win a year ago. Texas Tech had not previously won back-to-back games in Austin in school history.

The Red Raiders will be looking for its first win over Texas at home since the thrilling 39-33 victory in 2008. The Longhorns were the top-ranked team in the country before Graham Harrell found Michael Crabtree on a 28-yard touchdown strike with 1 second remaining.

Texas Tech Tech will celebrate the 10-year anniversary of that team this weekend.


Last Updated: 11/16/2018 12:14:13 AM EST


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