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What Texas coach Steve Sarkisian said after blowout win against Texas Tech

AUSTIN (KXAN) — The Texas Longhorns were almost flawless on offense, executing Steve Sarkisian’s game plan on Texas Tech’s defense Saturday at Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium. Texas’ 70-35 thrashing of the Red Raiders broke some Longhorns records. It’s the first 70-point game from Texas since the 2005 Big 12 Championship game...
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Texas Tech Football Just Got Absolutely Hammered by the Longhorns

There's not much to really say about a 70-35 loss to Texas in Austin. If anything, Texas Tech athletics should never tweet "Now It's Personal" again. The Red Raiders went to Austin with momentum and thought that they could at least stay within a touchdown. That was not the case. The Longhorns finished every single drive in the endzone, except for their final drive that ended with the clock running out on the game. The only stop the Red Raiders defense had has an interception in the endzone to open the Longhorns offense second half.
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Texas Tech falls 70-35 in long afternoon vs. Longhorns

AUSTIN, TX (KCBD) - The Texas Tech Red Raiders were amped up for an opportunity to start the season 4-0 for their first time since 2013. Unfortunately, Texas proved to be too much as they moved the ball at will in a 70-35 win in the Big 12 opener in Austin.
Lubbock Avalanche-Journal

Texas Tech vs. Texas football officiating crew

The Texas Tech football team will face Texas at 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 25 at Darrell K. Royal - Texas Memorial Stadium in Austin. The Texas Tech Red Raiders dumped Florida International University 54-21 Sept. 18. Texas Tech football: All involved: Tight ends, slew of receivers shine in Tech rout...
San Marcos Daily Record

Bobcats struggle with depth issues again in loss to Eastern Michigan

Texas State’s coaches knew what Eastern Michigan’s offense was going to do. They just couldn’t do anything about it. The Bobcats’ depth issues, a result of COVID protocols and injuries, weren’t as bad on Saturday as they were a week ago. But the margin of victory they gave up was worse.
CBS Sports

Texas vs. Texas Tech odds, line, spread: College football picks, Week 4 predictions from model on 72-58 run

The Texas Longhorns play their first Big 12 game since the school announced it would be leaving the conference for the SEC when they host the Texas Tech Red Raiders on Saturday at Royal-Memorial Stadium in Austin. Last month Texas and Oklahoma informed the Big 12 that they would be leaving the conference that they co-founded and received invitations to join the SEC. That has left the eight remaining Big 12 schools, including Texas Tech, scrambling to secure their future and makes the Longhorns and Sooners even bigger targets for the jilted schools.