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December 13, 1998

NEXT ON THE SLATE Teams: Texas Tech (4-3) vs Texas-Pan American (1-9)

Date: Thursday, Dec. 17, 1998

Site: Lubbock Municipal Coliseum (8,174)

Series: First meeting

Last Meeting: First meeting

Coaches: Texas Tech - James Dickey (Central Arkansas, '76), 136-74 (Eighth Season & Overall); UTPA - Delray Brooks (Providence College '88), 4-33 (2nd season overall & at UTPA)

Texas Tech Radio: All Sports Radio Network [KCRM-FM (99.5) & KKAM-AM (1340) locally]. Jack Dale, play-by-play

Television: none

So Far This Season... Texas Tech is 5-3 on the season following Saturday's 80-55 win over Texas-Arlington in Lubbock. The game, which provided a break for the players from final exams, was the second of five games the Red Raider have scheduled against schools in the University of Texas system. Texas-Pan American and Texas-Austin will serve as the final three. Junior guard Rayford Young is the Red Raiders' leading scorer, averaging a team-high 16.1 points and 2.3 steals per game. He is also shooting a team-high .911 from the free throw line. Junior Stan Bonewitz is second in scoring with a 14.1 per game average and is the leader in assists, averaging 5.0 per game. He is also second on the team in rebounds with an average of 5.1 per game. Junior forward Cliff Owens is scoring 12.0 points and grabbing a team-high 9.1 rebounds per game. He has led Texas tech in six games on the boards this season and has two double-doubles. The Red Raiders are shooting .512 from the field through the first eight games and are scoring at a 78.5 points per game average. The Raiders are shooting .441 and are averaging 6.5 three-point field goals per game.

Last Week Texas Tech split games with Texas Christian (105-86, L) and Texas-Arlington (80-55, W) last week as the team continues the non-conference portion of its schedule. TCU shot .661 from the field and .500 from the three-point stripe in its win over Texas tech in Fort Worth on Tuesday. Johnny Phillips recorded his first-double-double of the season with 12 points and 10 rebounds, while Stan Bonewitz poured-in a team-high 21 points, including 4-of-6 from the three-point stripe. All-America Lee Nailon led TCU with 26 points and 10 rebounds. Against Texas-Arlington, Bonewitz led an outside barrage with a season-high three-pointers en route to a 21 points and six assists evening in the 80-55 win. the Red Raiders shot .560 from the field and .737 from the free throw line. Young added 14 points, while Owens added 13 points and 10 rebounds, along with a career-high three assists.

Head Coach James Dickey Texas Tech men's basketball coach James Dickey is in his eighth season guiding the Red Raiders on the hardwood. A 1976 graduate of Central Arkansas, he has posted a 137-75 record, a winning percentage of .646. Dickey was named Tech's head coach on April 10, 1991 after serving one year for the Red Raiders as an assistant under longtime coach Gerald Myers. Over the last four-plus seasons, Tech is 87-38 for a .696 winning mark. Dickey has earned district coach of the year honors four times and has been conference coach of the year on three occasions. He has guided Tech to two NCAA Tournaments, including the '96 Sweet 16. Before his arrival at Tech as an assistant coach in 1990-91, Dickey previously worked at Kentucky (1986-89) and Arkansas (1982-85) as an assistant under Eddie Sutton.

About UTPA The Broncs are 1-9 on the season and averaging 69.2 points per game. However in the last four games, UTPA is scoring at an 82.25 per game clip. UTPA has played one of the toughest schedules in the nation, losing to (in order) Rice, LSU, Providence, Pittsburgh, Colorado State, Illinois, Louisiana Tech, New Mexico and DePaul. The lone victory came at the hands of Texas Southern by a 73-61 margin. UPTA dropped its contest at New Mexico on Dec. 8 by a 101-94 margin and fell 93-82 at DePaul on Dec. 12. Brian Merriweather leads the Broncs in scoring, averaging 23.4 points per game. Matt Palmquist is the team's rebounding leader with a 6.5 boards per game average. Four UTPA players have double figures in assists, led by Lalo Rios' 42 (4.2 per game). Merriweather scored 27 points on 11-for-23 shooting, including 5-for-10 from the free throw line, in 38 minutes against DePaul He has led the team in scoring in each of the last eight games.

The Series Thursday's game will mark the first-ever meeting between Texas Tech and Texas-Pan American.

Veterans Carrying the Load Texas Tech's three upperclassmen this season are carrying the load for the Raiders. The quartet of senior Stan Bonewitz and juniors Cliff Owens and Rayford Young and sophomore Johnny Phillips have accounted for 62.9 percent of the team's 78.5 points and 53.9 percent of the team's 40.4 rebounds per game this season. Owens, Young and Bonewitz are each averaging over 31 minutes of playing time per game and are the only Red Raiders in double figures in scoring. In addition, the four players are the only Red raiders to lead the team in scoring our rebounding in the first eight games this season.

Hot-Shooting Raiders The Raiders regained their hot hand against Texas-Arlington, shooting .560 from the floor following a two-game streak of less than .500. Texas Tech has shot over .500 in five of the first eight games of the season, including the first three before falling short at Southwestern La. The streak of three-straight games over .500 to start the season marked the first three-game streak since the George Washington, USL and Southwest Missouri St. games last season. Texas Tech has not surpassed .500 shooting in four-straight games since the 1995-96 season when it accomplished the feat against Montana State, East Tennessee State, TCU and Texas A&M.

Will Take Charity The Raiders have shot .735 from the free throw line over the last two games, making 26-of-34 attempts. Rayford young leads the team, shooting .911 from the free throw line, making 41-of-45 attempts on the season. Six Red Raiders are perfect from the free throw line in the last two games.

On the Tube With the addition of four appearances on FOX Sports Southwest, the Texas Tech men's basketball team is scheduled to play 12 televised games this season. The Red Raiders will play SMU (Dec. 3), TCU (Dec. 8), and Baylor (Jan. 2, Feb. 10) on Fox Sports Southwest. Tech will play one national televised game on ESPN Feb. 20 against Nebraska at 8:30 p.m. Tech will appear seven times on ESPN Regional via the Big 12 television package.

Texas Tech's Television Games
Dec.	3	SMU	7:00 p.m. 	FOX Sports SW
Dec.	8	at TCU	7:00 p.m.	FOX Sports SW
Jan.	2	BAYLOR	5:00 p.m.	FOX Sports SW
Jan.	17	OKLAHOMA ST.	Noon	Big 12
Jan.	23	at Iowa St.	3:00 p.m.	Big 12 TV
Jan.	30	OKLAHOMA	12:45 p.m.	Big 12
Feb.	6	TEXAS	3:00 p.m. 	Big 12
Feb.	10	at Baylor	6:00 p.m.	Big 12
Feb.	13	KANSAS	3:00 p.m.	Big 12
Feb.	17	at Texas	8:00 p.m.	Big 12
Feb.	20	NEBRASKA	8:30 p.m.	ESPN
Feb.	27	at Oklahoma St.	12:45 p.m.	Big 12

Owens Strong Inside Sophomore forward Cliff Owens (Santa Fe, Texas) has led the team in rebounding in six of the first eight games this season. His 23 points in the season-opener against UTSA was a career-high and his 16 rebounds against New Mexico State was a season-high. He has two double-doubles this season. Owens recorded a team-high 7.7 rebounds last season to rank in a tie for sixth in the Big 12. He finished third in the league with 5.8 defensive rebounds. In league games, Owens ranked in a tie for second with 8.4 boards and led the league with 6.9 defensive rebounds per game. Owens upped his totals to six double-doubles and eight games with 10 or more rebounds. He notched consecutive double-doubles late in the regular season against Texas A&M and Nebraska.

Young Clutch Performer Point guard Rayford Young tied a career-high with 28 points against SMU and equalled that mark with 28 against Stephen F. Austin. He also tied a school record, shooting 10-for-10 from the free throw line against SFA and has gone 21-of-22 from behind the charity stripe in the last four games. Young made eight-straight free throws in the last :54 of the game to seal the victory against SMU and has an 20-straight streak from the charity stripe.

Young under Ray-Ted Young, a starter in all 27 games last season, was named to the All-Underrated squad, selected by a panel of sports writers who regularly cover the Big 12. The 5-11 Pampa, Texas, junior joined Baylor's Patrick Hunter, Texas A&M's Shanne Jones, Oklahoma State's Adrian Peterson and Kansas' Ryan Robertson. He is Texas Tech's top returning scorer (15.4) and led the club last season in assists (116) and steals (46). Young averaged 3.7 rebounds, grabbed three or more boards in 21 games and was third on the team with 11 blocks.

Just Call Him "Bomb-A-Witz" Stan Bonewitz, who hit a team-high 84 three-pointers last season, has made at least three treys in the last 24 of 31 games. He now ranks third all-time at Tech with 198 career 3's. Bonewitz tied the single-game school mark of seven last season against Texas A&M on Feb. 21 in College Station. For the year, Bonewitz ranked second in the Big 12 with a 41.8 three-point percentage and 3.1 3's a game. He led the Big 12 in three-point percentage as a sophomore with a 46.3 mark.

Career Three-Pointers
	1.	Cory Carr, '95-98	262
	2.	Koy Smith, '93-96	237
	3.	Stan Bonewitz, '96-present	198
	4.	Lance Hughes, '92-95	160
	5.	Todd Duncan, '87-89	132

Season three-Pointers 1. Cory Carr, '96-97 94 2. Cory Carr, '95-96 92 3. Stan Bonewitz, '97-98 84 4. Koy Smith, '95-96 77 5. Lance Hughes, '94-95 76 6. Todd Duncan, '87-88 67 6. Cory Carr, '97-98 67

Home Cooking This season, Texas Tech is 4-1 within the historic confines of Lubbock Municipal Coliseum. In the season-opener against Texas-San Antonio Texas Tech broke a three-game home losing streak with its 87-78 win at the Lubbock Municipal Coliseum. The Red Raiders dropped their last three home games of 1997-98 to Texas, Oklahoma State and Oklahoma. The three-game losing streak was Tech's first at home since early in the 1993-94 season. The three-game skid was also Tech's first in conference action since the 1990-91 campaign. Texas Tech has won 56 of its last 65 games in Lubbock Municipal Coliseum for an .862 winning percentage. From 1993-94 (against Texas A&M) until the Colorado game in 1996-97, Texas Tech won a school-record 35 consecutive games at home. All-time, Texas Tech is 390-153 in the "Bubble." The Red Raiders own a 72-21 mark under James Dickey at home for a .774 winning percentage.

Youth Movement The Red Raiders have started the same five players in each of the first eight games of the season. The lineup of Rayford Young and Stan Bonewitz and the guards, Mario Layne and Cliff Owens at the forwards and Johnny Phillips at center accounts for almost 72 percent of the team's scoring. Texas Tech utilized four different starting combinations last season, any of which would be among the youngest quintet in James Dickey's seven seasons as head coach. For the first time since the 1993-94 season, Texas Tech started only two upperclassmen. The Red Raiders have started at least two seniors for the majority of the season in all but three of James Dickey's previous seven years as head coach, 1992-93, 1993-94 and 1997-98.

Lineup Breakdown in the Dickey Era
1991-92	2 seniors, 1 junior, 1 sophomore, 1 freshman
1992-93	1 senior, 1 junior, 2 sophomores, 1 freshman
1993-94	2 juniors, 3 sophomores
1994-95	2 seniors, 3 juniors
1995-96	4 seniors, 1 sophomore
1996-97	2 seniors, 2 juniors, 1 sophomore
1997-98	1 senior, 1 junior, 2 sophomores, 1 freshman
1998-99	1 senior, 3 juniors, 1 sophomore

Rookie Help A total of nine true freshmen have started at least one game for Texas Tech during head coach James Dickey's seven previous years. Johnny Phillips started the last 15 games of 1997-98 - the most by a true freshman since Jason Sasser started 19 in 1992-93. Lance Hughes also started 19 during his freshman year in 1991-92.

FRESHMEN STARTERS
Player (Season)	Starts
Jason Sasser (1992-93)	19
Lance Hughes (1991-92)	19
Johnny Phillips (1997-98)	15
Lenny Holly (1992-93)	14
Chad Collins (1991-92)	5
Rayford Young (1996-97)	4
Tony Battie (1994-95)	3
Cory Carr (1994-95)	1
Koy Smith (1992-93)	1

YOUNG FROM THE LINE Young's excellent free throw shooting this season is no fluke. Shooting .911 this season, he tied for second behind teammate Cory Carr in the Big 12 last season in free throw percentage with an 84.3 clip. Twice last season he provided late-game heroics from the stripe to help Tech win. He made four free throws in the final 10 seconds against Kansas State, each time going to the line with Tech up one point. Young sank two free throws - his first attempts of the game - with four seconds remaining to send the game at Nevada into overtime. He made all eight of his free throw attempts at Nevada, six in the overtime period.

Stan the Rebounder Known for his long-range shooting and uncanny passing ability, Stan Bonewitz added another facet to his game last season - rebounding. And, with his 10-rebound effort at USL and nine-board effort against SMU, he is the team's second-leading rebounder. The San Antonio junior came into the year with a career rebounding average of 2.1. He doubled that mark last year with a 4.9 average and led the team on the boards five games. He helped his average in the Big 12 Tournament against Texas with 10 boards for his first career double-double in the points and rebounds variety. Twice against Iowa State and Prairie View A&M, Bonewitz grabbed a career-high 11 rebounds. For the year, Bonewitz had five or more rebounds in 15 games.

Break Out Game for Layne Against SMU Junior transfer Mario Layne enjoyed a "break-out" game against SMU, scoring a career-high 15 points and making several trademark acrobatic moves to the basket. One of the best leapers in the Big 12 Conference, Layne went 7-for-10 from the field, grabbed five rebounds and dished out five assists against the Ponies. Perhaps more importantly, he was instrumental in limiting SMU's top scorer, Jeryl Sasser, to an 8-for-28 shooting night. A native of Barbados, Layne transferred to Texas Tech from South Plains College last spring.

Second Half Comebacks Texas Tech's comeback from a 17-point halftime deficit at Nevada last season was the largest Texas Tech has overcome in James Dickey's seven years as head coach. The largest previous comeback from a halftime deficit came at New Mexico in Dickey's first season on Dec. 27, 1991. The Red Raiders erased a 10-point intermission deficit to win that game, 58-56. Following are the largest halftime deficits Tech has erased and went on to win during Dickey's tenure as head coach:

Date	Deficit	Final	Game
12/27/97	17	99-94 ot	at Nevada
2/4/98	14	70-68	at Oklahoma
2/1/98	11	80-71	at Baylor
11/27/91	10	58-56	at New Mexico
2/21/98	9	86-83	at Texas A&M
1/21/98	9	79-76	Kansas State
12/9/97	9	79-71	at Southwest Missouri St.
12/28/95	9	62-58	LaSalle (El Paso)
2/21/98	8	49-41	at Texas A&M
3/1/95	8	84-71	Oral Roberts
2/27/97	7	84-73	at Missouri
3/9/94	6	75-73	Texas (SWC)

RECORD SETTING NIGHT The Texas Tech Red Raiders set an NCAA record with 27 points in one overtime period with their performance at Nevada on Dec. 27, 1997 in the 99-94 win. Combined, the two teams also set a mark with 49 points in the extra period. The previous record of 25 points in one overtime period was held by Texas A&M, Wisconsin-Green Bay and Old Dominion. The previous record for most points in an overtime period for both teams was 40, set by Old Dominion against William & Mary in 1992.

RED RAIDERS VERSUS AP RANKED OPPONENTS SINCE 1991-92
Date	Opponent	Rank	W/L	Score
1-24-98	at Kansas	3	L	88-49
12-20-97	at New Mexico	14	L	81-62
3-7-97	at Iowa State	16	L	72-70
1-29-97	Kansas	1	L	86-77
1-25-97	Iowa State	14	L	64-61
12-21-96	Fresno State	21	W	111-101
12-4-96	New Mexico	11	W	77-68
11-30-96	George Washington	25	W	84-75
3-21-96	Georgetown	t4	L	98-90
3-17-96	North Carolina	25	W	92-73
12-30-94	at Arizona	10	L	88-82
12-17-94	Kentucky	6	L	83-68
12-3-94	Wisconsin	13	L	70-65
12-11-93	Wisconsin	18	L	91-88
1-26-93	Houston	10	W	78-74
1-18-92	Tulane	19	W	101-98
12-27-91	Indiana	10	L	86-69

TEXAS TECH CAREER SCORERS 1. Rick Bullock, '73-76 2,118 2. Jason Sasser, '93-96 2,102 3. Cory Carr, '95-98 1,904 4. Lance Hughes, '92-95 1,762 5. Bubba Jennings, '81-85 1,760 6. Jim Reed, '54-56 1,689 7. Will Flemons, '90-93 1,604 8. Sean Gay, '86-89 1,597 9. Mike Russell, '76-78 1,545 10. Greg Lowery, '70-72 1,476 11. Jeff Taylor, '79-82 1,424 12. Dub Malaise, '64-66 1,420 13. Del Ray Mounts, '60-62 1,346 14. Paul Nolen, '51-53 1,306 15. Koy Smith, '93-96 1,299 16. Kent Williams, '77-80 1,172 17. Norman Reuther, '64-66 1,109 18. Harold Denney, '63-65 1,108 19. Gene Knolle, '70-71 1,073 20. William Johnson, '73-75 1,065 21. Leon Hill, '57-59 1,058 22. Eugene Carpenter,'54-56 1,035 23. Don Grove, '44, '48-49 1,009 Moving Up the List Stan Bonewitz, '95-99 890 Rayford Young, '96-99 751

IRON MEN Last season Stan Bonewitz and Rayford Young were among the top 10 in the Big 12 Conference in average minutes played and appear to be on their way to similar distinction this season. Along with Cliff Owens, the trio are averaging over 31 minutes per game. Last season, teammate Cory Carr led the league, playing an average of 37.6 minutes per game. Only three of the top 10 players on the list below are return this season, including Bonewitz and Young.

1997-98 BIG 12 MINUTES PLAYED
	1.	Cory Carr	Texas Tech	37.6
	2.	Stan Bonewitz	Texas Tech	35.9
	2.	Tyronn Lue	Nebraska	35.9
	4.	Brian Skinner	Baylor	35.8
	5.	Corey Brewer	Oklahoma	35.4
	6.	Adrian Peterson	Oklahoma St.	35.3
	7.	Patrick Hunter	Baylor	35.0
	8.	Rayford Young	Texas Tech	34.7
	9.	Brett Robisch	Oklahoma St.	33.4
	10.	Roddrick Miller	Baylor	33.3

TEXAS TECH UNDER JAMES DICKEY Under James Dickey 212 games '98-'99 Overall 137-75 5-3 Home 71-22 4-1 Road 43-41 1-2 Netural 23-12 0-0 Conference 63-37 0-0 Big 12 Conference 17-15 0-0 Home 9-7 0-0 Road 8-8 0-0 Non-Conference 62-32 5-3 Home 34-8 4-1 Road 17-18 1-2 Neutral 11-6 0-0 Conference Tournament 11-4 0-0 Big 12 Tournament 1-2 0-0 Southwest Conference Tournament 10-3 0-0 NCAA Tournament 2-2 0-0 Overtime 4-9 0-0 Games Decided by 5 points or less 28-29 0-2 Games Decided by 3 points or less 17-23 0-1 When Scoring 100 points or more 17-4 0-0 When holding opponents under 80 points 107-22 4-2 When shooting better FG% than opponent 113-16 5-1 When shooting worse FG% than opponent 22-56 0-2 When shooting better than 50% FG 68-8 5-0 When outrebounding opponent 95-31 4-2 When leading at the half 107-18 5-2 When trailing at the half 26-53 0-1 When tied at the half 4-4 0-0

Southwest Conference (all games) 47-23 Home 28-7 Road 19-16

JAMES DICKEY AS HEAD COACH Season Overall Conference/Finish 1991-92 15-14 6-8/5th 1992-93 18-12 (NCAA) 6-8/5th 1993-94 17-11 10-4/t2nd 1994-95 20-10 (NIT) 11-3/t1st 1995-96 30-2 (NCAA) 14-0/1st 1996-97 19-9 10-6/t3rd (12th)* 1997-98 13-14 7-9/t7th 1998-99 5-3 Seventh Year 137-75 (.646) 64-38 (.627)

Overall Conference Season H A N W-L H A 1991-92 8-5 5-7 2-2 6-8 4-3 2-5 1992-93 8-4 4-7 6-1 6-8 4-3 2-5 1993-94 8-4 6-5 3-2 10-4 6-1 4-3 1994-95 13-0 4-8 3-2 11-3 7-0 4-3 1995-96 13-0 11-0 6-2 14-0 7-0 7-0 1996-97 9-3 8-4 2-2 10-6 5-3 5-3 1997-98 8-5 5-8 0-1 7-9 4-4 3-5 1998-99 4-1 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

TECH BEFORE COACH JAMES DICKEY 1987-88 9-19 1988-89 13-15 1989-90 5-22 1990-91 8-23 Total 35-79 (.307)

TECH SINCE COACH JAMES DICKEY 1991-92 15-14 1992-93 18-12 (NCAA) 1993-94 17-11 1994-95 20-10 (NIT) 1995-96 30-2 (NCAA) 1996-97 19-9 1997-98 13-14 1998-99 5-3 Total 137-75 (.646)

TEXAS TECH 1998-99 REVIEW Overall: 5-3 Home: 4-1 Road: 1-2 Neutral: 0-0 Overtime: 0-0

Non-Conference: 5-3 Big 12: 0-0 Big 12 Tournament: 0-0

Current Streak: Won 1 Home Streak: Won 1 Road Streak: Lost 2 Neutral Streak: Lost 2

Monday: 0-0 Tuesday: 0-1 Wednesday: 1-0 Thursday: 2-0 Friday: 0-0 Saturday: 2-2 Sunday: 0-0

November: 3-1 December: 2-2 January: 0-0 February: 0-0 March: 0-0

White Uniforms: 4-1 Red Uniforms: 1-2 Black Uniforms: 0-0

TEXAS TECH VERSUS THE BIG 12 Baylor 65-37 Colorado 3-11 Iowa State 1-4 Kansas 0-9 Kansas State 3-7 Missouri 3-2 Nebraska 4-8 Oklahoma 10-11 Oklahoma State 6-11 Texas 50-49 Texas A&M 51-45

1998-99 GAME LEADERS Leading Scorer: Rayford Young 3, Stan Bonewitz 3, Cliff Owens 2 Leading Rebounder: Cliff Owens 5, Stan Bonewitz 2, Johnny Phillips 1 Leading Scorer/Rebounder: Cliff Owens 2, Stan Bonewitz 1 Leading Scorer/Assists: Stan Bonewitz 2, Rayford Young 1 Assists Leader: Stan Bonewitz 6, Rayford Young 3, James Ware 1 Double Figures Scoring: Stan Bonewitz 8, Rayford Young 5, Cliff Owens 4, Johnny Phillips 3, Brodney Kennard 1, James Ware 1, Mario Layne 1, Jayson Mitchell 1 30-Point Games: none 20-Point Games: Rayford Young 2, Stan Bonewitz 2, Cliff Owens 1 Double Figures Rebounds: Cliff Owens 3, Stan Bonewitz 1, Johnny Phillips 1 Double Figures Points/Rebounds: Cliff Owens 2, Stan Bonewitz 1 Double Figures Points/Assists: Rayford Young 1 Dunks: Cliff Owens 10, Brodney Kennard 8, Johnny Phillips 6, Mario Layne 3, Andy Ellis 3. Opponents: 14 Charges Taken: Jayson Mitchell 3, Cliff Owens 1 First Sub Off The Bench: Jason Mitchell 5, Jevon Banks 1, James Ware 1, Broadney Kennard 1 Won Opening Tip-off: 5; Opponents: 3

1998-99 TEXAS TECH TRENDS Overall H R N When outrebounding opponents 4-2 3-0 1-2 0-0 When tied or outrebounded 1-1 1-1 0-0 0-0

When ahead at halftime 5-2 4-1 1-1 0-0 When behind at halftime 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 When tied at halftime 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

When shooting 50% or higher 5-0 4-0 1-0 0-0 When shooting less than 50% 0-3 0-1 0-2 0-0

When shooting better than opp. 5-1 4-0 1-1 0-0 When shooting worse than opp. 0-2 0-1 0-1 0-0

When committing same or less to's 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 When committing more to's 5-2 4-0 1-2 0-0

When scoring less than 70 points 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 When scoring between 70-79 1-1 1-1 0-0 0-0 When scoring between 80-89 3-1 2-0 1-1 0-0 When scoring between 90-99 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 When scoring over 100 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Games decided by 5 points or less 0-2 0-1 0-1 0-0 Games decided by 6-10 points 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 Games decided by 11-19 points 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 Games decided by + 19 points 2-1 2-0 0-1 0-0

Quick Facts Institution Texas Tech University Location Lubbock, Texas Chartered 1923 Nickname Red Raiders Colors Scarlet & Black (PMS 185) Stadium Jones Stadium (50,500) Mascot Raider Red, Masked Rider Chancellor John T. Montford President Dr. Donald Haragan Faculty Representative Dr. Robert Sweazy Athletic Director Gerald Myers

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