The Texas Tech Red Raiders have been one of the most high-flying offense attacks in all of college football for a long time now. The team went 7-6 last season and scored 586 points in the process but gave up 567 points as well. That can’t continue as games aren’t going to end 61-58 all the way. The 2016 campaign should bring new challenges but Patrick Mahomes does return at quarterback for his junior year. Mahomes showed a lot last season and could be in line for another 5,000-yard season off his right shoulder. There will be a huge test as Oklahoma State in November that could make or break any conference title hopes for the Red Raiders in 2016.
Here is the 2016 Red Raiders schedule…..
September 3: SF AUSTIN, TBD, TBD
September 10: at Arizona State, TBD, TBD
September 17: LOUISIANA TECH, TBD, TBD
September 29: KANSAS, TBD, TBD
October 8: at Kansas State, TBD, TBD
October 15: WEST VIRGINIA, TBD, TBD
October 22: OKLAHOMA, TBD, TBD
October 29: at TCU, TBD, TBD
November 5: TEXAS, TBD, TBD
November 12: at Oklahoma State, TBD, TBD
November 19: at Iowa State, TBD, TBD
November 25: BAYLOR, TBD, TBD