Texas Tech Red Raiders Football Road Schedule
The Texas Tech Red Raiders are ready to sail around the nation and
take on some of the top teams in college football. This Texas Tech team is stocked with talent, and could be a real threat
to finish atop the standings in 2014. Texas Tech plays in the Big 12, one of the toughest conferences in the nation year in
and year out. They're going to have to beat some good teams on the road this season to make it to the top.
will have a big game on their hands this season when they visit the Oklahoma State Cowboys on September 25th. The Cowboys
always have a good team, and they'll be looking to send Texas Tech back to Lubbock with a loss. If the Raiders can pull it
off against OK State, then it will be a huge early season boon to their confidence.
The Raiders will play their final
road game of the season on November 22nd when they travel to Ames, IA to take on the Iowa State Cyclones. This should be a
great matchups between two quality teams, and winning the final road game of the season is always big as far a momentum heading
into a bowl game goes. There are some other fantastic games on the docket for Texas Tech this season, so check out the full
Texas Tech Red Raiders History
There is nothing like participating in a historically great program's
successes, and the Raiders have had plenty of that since first starting up all the way back in 1925. Since then, the same
year their basketball program started up as well, the Red Raiders have established themselves as major players on the Texas
football scene, which means quite a big considering it's smack dab in the middle of football country. Their accomplishments
include appearing in many different bowl games over the years, such as the Cotton Bowl Classic, Sun Bowl, Independence Bowl,
All-American Bowl, Tangerine Bowl, Gator Bowl, Alamo Bowl and many others. The Big 12 is loaded with great matchups on an
annual basis, providing plenty of reasons for fans to head out and see the Raiders do their thing on the gridiron, whether
home or away. The Raiders have also not been lacking in superstar-level talent, with guys like Michael Crabtree, Gabriel Rivera,
Roland Mitchell and many more dominating for the Raiders before becoming high NFL draft picks. With 11 conference titles,
eight Heisman finalists and dozens of high NFL draft picks, the Texas Tech Red Raiders have one of the best histories in the
Big 12, and each season comes with optimism as they look to round into form and take another run at a conference title.
College football is the kind of sport that people love to see in person, and for good reason.
The excitement in the air is palpable when you're there in the stadium, and it doesn't get any better than seeing a quality
program like the Texas Tech put its best players on the field when you're sitting in your very own seat in the stands. The
Raiders always have some of the very best players in the nation, and seeing them live and in person is the best way to truly
appreciate their talents. You can do just that this season when you head out to any one of a multitude of stadiums in which
the Raiders will play their road games this season.
Texas Tech Red Raiders Trivia
What player holds the
Texas Tech Red Raiders record for the most passes caught by a freshman?
The answer is Michael Crabtree, who hauled in
an incredible 134 passes in his first season with the Red Raiders. Crabtree was an absolute monster for Texas Tech during
his time with the team, earning him enough credit to be drafted in the Top 10 of the NFL Draft. Crabtree is carving out a
nice career in the pro game.
Texas Tech Red Raiders Fans
The most passionate of Texas Tech Red Raiders
football fans don't simply head out to the home games; they look at the schedule and get out for road games as well, and they
know what it means to the players to hear their own fans in hostile territory. Whenever the Texas Tech Red Raiders football
team embarks on a road trip during the season, it means heading out to another iconic stadium in the college football world.
Sure, home games at Jones AT&T Stadium are always a ton of fun, but it's on the road that you show your true team pride.
Don't miss your chance to be right in the middle of all the hard-hitting action as the Red Raiders storm the gridiron to take
on a stream of powerhouses in a season sure to be loaded with twists, turns and nail-biting moments.