Who Does Texas Tech Play Tomorrow?

Keep up with the Red Raiders and find out who Texas Tech is playing next.

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Introduction

Texas Tech will be playing its final game of the regular season tomorrow against Baylor. This will be a crucial game for the Red Raiders as they looks to improve their NCAA tournament resume. Here is everything you need to know about the matchup.

Texas Tech’s Schedule

Texas Tech’s schedule is as follows:
-9/3: vs. UTEP
-9/10: at Arizona
-9/17: vs. Houston
-10/1: at Oklahoma
-10/8: vs. West Virginia
-10/15: at TCU
-10/29: vs. Baylor
-11/5: at Iowa State
-11/12: vs. Oklahoma State
-11/19: at Kansas

Texas Tech’s Record

The Texas Tech Red Raiders football team represents Texas Tech University (TTU) in the sport of American football. The Red Raiders compete in the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the South Division of the Big 12 Conference.

The program began in 1925 and has an overall winning record of . As of 2018, the Red Raiders have appeared in 35 bowl games, with a record of 18–17. Their first bowl appearance was at the 1926 Dixie Classic, which later became the Sugar Bowl. TTU also made appearances in six Cotton Bowls, two Bluebonnet Bowls, one Sun Bowl, three Gator Bowls and nine Holiday/Alamo Bowls—winning eight out of those ten games. The school’s all-time record for wins in a season is 11, which was accomplished five times: 1938, 1939, 1973, 1976 and 1977. Longhorn rival Baylor is TTU’s most common opponent within Texas—the teams have met 103 times as of 2018—while Oklahoma is TTU’s oldest continuing rival, dating back to 1928; as such they compete annually for The Battle Line Trophy.

Who Texas Tech Plays Tomorrow

The Texas Tech Red Raiders football team represents Texas Tech University in the sport of American football. The Red Raiders compete in the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the Big 12 Conference. The team began playing in 1925 and has an all-time record of 691–471–42. The Red Raiders rank as the 17th winningest college football program in NCAA Division I FBS history with an all-time record of 691 victories over a 90-year period from 1925 to 2015, having reached two Division I-A (now FBS) bowl games in that time. With 25 conference championships, A&M is also the second most winning program in SWC history behind only SMU, which won 30 titles during its time as a conference mate to A&M before both schools departed for the Big 12 Conference in 1996.

Conclusion

Texas Tech’s final game is against Baylor tomorrow.

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