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CFB : ATS Matchup
Saturday 10/14/2017Line$ LineOU LineScore
TEXAS TECH
 
W VIRGINIA
+5.5  

-5.5  
+185

-230

78.5
 
35
Final
46

TEXAS TECH (4 - 1) at W VIRGINIA (3 - 2)
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Week 7 Saturday, 10/14/2017 12:00 PM
Board OpenLatest
137TEXAS TECH8075
138W VIRGINIA-6-4
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
TEXAS TECH - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games4-1+4.24-02-346.825.6549.8(7.2)1.027.813.6437.4(5.5)2.8
Road Games2-0+3.22-01-146.024.0562.0(7.2)1.521.510.0397.5(5)4.5
Last 3 Games2-1+2.23-01-242.021.7502.7(6.6)1.328.013.7464.0(5.8)3.3
Turf Games4-1+4.24-02-346.825.6549.8(7.2)1.027.813.6437.4(5.5)2.8
Conference Games1-102-01-149.526.0493.5(6.5)1.530.015.5482.5(6.1)2.5
TEXAS TECH - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)46.825.627.430:1936-163(4.5)30-4172.9%387(9.5)77-550(7.2)(11.7)
Opponents Defensive Avg.35.91924.431:1438-172(4.6)25-3767.8%306(8.4)74-478(6.4)(13.3)
Offense Road Games46.024.023.531:0142-256(6)25-3670.8%305(8.5)78-562(7.2)(12.2)
Defense (All Games)27.813.624.029:4138-138(3.7)26-4262.9%299(7.1)80-437(5.5)(15.7)
Opponents Offensive Avg.29.217.222.629:4637-144(3.9)24-3864.7%295(7.8)75-440(5.9)(15)
Defense Road Games21.510.021.028:5932-111(3.5)27-4757.9%286(6)79-397(5)(18.5)

W VIRGINIA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games3-2-22-34-143.827.8578.4(7.1)1.426.48.6442.0(6.1)1.6
Home Games2-001-12-057.547.0578.5(7.7)1.518.06.5385.5(5.5)2.5
Last 3 Games2-1-11-22-146.327.7560.3(7.2)2.027.010.0423.7(6.1)2.0
Turf Games3-001-23-057.043.0597.3(7.7)1.323.38.7445.0(6)2.7
Conference Games1-1-11-11-140.019.0571.5(6.9)1.532.510.0485.0(6.5)1.5
W VIRGINIA - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)43.827.828.428:0440-214(5.4)26-4162.6%364(8.8)81-578(7.1)(13.2)
Opponents Defensive Avg.3722.121.728:5639-183(4.7)20-3260.8%283(8.8)71-465(6.6)(12.6)
Offense Home Games57.547.027.025:1541-210(5.1)24-3470.6%368(10.8)75-578(7.7)(10.1)
Defense (All Games)26.48.618.831:5641-215(5.2)16-3152.9%227(7.4)72-442(6.1)(16.7)
Opponents Offensive Avg.29.114.120.832:0440-163(4.1)20-3360.0%258(7.8)73-422(5.8)(14.5)
Defense Home Games18.06.516.534:4538-151(4)16-3152.4%234(7.4)69-385(5.5)(21.4)
Average power rating of opponents played: TEXAS TECH 28.8,  W VIRGINIA 26.4
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
TEXAS TECH - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
9/2/2017E WASHINGTON56-10W-10W88.5U40-17731-35-449036-8123-36-2203
9/16/2017ARIZONA ST52-45W-7T74.5O29-7237-50-543144-16827-41-3261
9/23/2017@ HOUSTON27-24W7W68U33-20029-45-321131-11032-52-3175
9/30/2017OKLAHOMA ST34-41L11W85.5U26-5429-46-330144-22127-38-3761
10/7/2017@ KANSAS65-19W-14.5W76O52-31322-27-290233-11223-43-2564
10/14/2017@ W VIRGINIA            
10/21/2017IOWA ST            
10/28/2017@ OKLAHOMA            
11/4/2017KANSAS ST            
11/11/2017*BAYLOR            

W VIRGINIA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
9/3/2017*VIRGINIA TECH24-31L5L54.5O35-22131-54-371145-23415-27-2350
9/9/2017E CAROLINA56-20W-25W68O47-21624-34-403032-14223-47-3282
9/16/2017DELAWARE ST59-16W-62L69O35-20424-34-334344-16110-16-1403
9/23/2017@ KANSAS56-34W-24.5L71O43-28825-39-347150-36717-34-1973
10/7/2017@ TCU24-31L12.5W68U39-14225-45-366236-17016-29-2360
10/14/2017TEXAS TECH            
10/21/2017@ BAYLOR            
10/28/2017OKLAHOMA ST            
11/4/2017IOWA ST            
11/11/2017@ KANSAS ST            
KEY GAME INFORMATION
TEXAS TECH: Pat Mahomes II is off to the NFL, but the Red Raiders aren't panicking. This offense is going to find a way to put up a ton of points regardless, but that's just not going to be enough to make this a good football team. Texas Tech has continued to struggle on the defensive side of the ball, and that isn't going to change this season. Until Kliff Kingsbury commits to that side of the ball, this team will continue to lose.
W VIRGINIA: West Virginia is retooling a bit, but this team is still loaded with talent. One area where they should be better than last year is under center. Skyler Howard is no longer in Morgantown, but Florida transfer Will Grier is likely an upgrade. He also has dual-threat ability. West Virginia will, however, need its defense to take some steps forward. If it can then the Mountaineers could surprise a lot of people.
PREVIEW
Surprising No. 24 Texas Tech runs to West Virginia
 

There are a lot of surprising things about Texas Tech this season, none quite as stunning as the No. 24 Red Raiders' proficiency for running the ball and taking some pressure off their vaunted Air Raid attack.

That newfound success will be challenged when Texas Tech, a ranked team for the first time since November 2013, travels for a key Big 12 battle with West Virginia on Saturday. Kickoff is at noon ET at Milan Puskar Stadium in Morgantown, W.Va.

The Red Raiders (4-1, 1-1 Big 12) head to West Virginia on the heels of a dominating 65-19 win Saturday at Kansas, a team that played the Mountaineers much closer a week earlier.

Texas Tech was also ranked prior to its 2013 meeting at West Virginia, when the Red Raiders secured a 37-27 victory in Morgantown. The 4-1 start equals their best record since that 2013 season, when the Red Raiders won seven consecutive games to start the year.

Red Raiders coach Kliff Kingsbury has spoken at length this year about Texas Tech's desire to run the ball effectively, and so far, he is following through.

Texas Tech gashed Kansas for 313 yards and five touchdowns on the ground, its top rushing total since amassing 325 yards against New Mexico in 2012. Justin Stockton racked up 161 of those yards, and Desmond Nisby pitched in with four touchdown runs.

The Red Raiders threw for 290 yards, marking just the second time since moving to a high-flying passing offense in 2000 that Tech had more rushing yards than passing yards in a game. The other occurrence came in 2010 against Oklahoma.

"Texas Tech's numbers are up," West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen said. "Their runs per game are up. Their yards per rush are way up. It looks like something they're focusing on. It's concerning because they do such a good job throwing the ball and then, you add that, it's more challenging."

Texas Tech defeated Eastern Washington (56-10), Arizona State (52-45) and Houston (27-24) in addition to Kansas, while losing 41-34 at home to then-No. 15 Oklahoma State.

Texas Tech isn't looking at this game as a test of where the program stands. The Red Raiders still have TCU, Oklahoma and Texas on the upcoming schedule.

"When you talk about Oklahoma State and the University of Houston and Arizona State, those are some quality teams that we've played," Kingsbury said.

West Virginia (3-2, 1-1 Big 12) lost to then-No. 21 Virginia Tech and, last week, to then-No. 8 TCU by identical 31-24 scores. Both games went down to the final seconds with the ball in the hands of Mountaineers quarterback Will Grier.

Grier passed for 366 yards with three scores and an interception in the loss to the Horned Frogs. He is the first West Virginia quarterback to throw for at least 300 yards in each of his first five career games.

West Virginia wants to run the ball. With senior Justin Crawford (111 yards on 19 carries against TCU), the Mountaineers have the chance to get meaningful yards on every snap and control the game, although their four-game streak of running for at least 200 yards ended at TCU. Backup Kennedy McKoy had just 12 yards on seven carries, and Martell Pettaway had 10 yards on five totes.

"When (Crawford) was out, we weren't very effective," offensive coordinator Jake Spavital said after the Mountaineers' loss to TCU. "We need to find some other answers when we have to pull him out."

The Mountaineers ended a four-game losing streak to Texas Tech in 2015 by beating the Red Raiders 31-26 in Morgantown. Texas Tech, in fact, hasn't won in the series -- led 4-2 by the Mountaineers -- since West Virginia's 4-8 season in 2013.

"We've had good defensive players that have been able to make plays the last couple of years," Holgorsen said. "Hopefully we can do the same this Saturday. It's going to be every bit as challenging."

Last year in Lubbock, the Mountaineers rolled to an easy 48-17 victory that had Kingsbury shaking his head.

"West Virginia is a team we've struggled with," Kingsbury said. "There's no doubt they've gotten after us the last couple of years, and we need to play better, otherwise we'll go up there and get embarrassed. We've been working hard at it and hopefully we can be more competitive this season."

West Virginia has lost nine games in a row to Top 25 teams.


Last Updated: 10/18/2017 4:24:19 AM EST


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