Big 12 players on first watch lists
You know college football is getting close when the college football award watch lists start coming out.That ball got rolling Monday morning with the release of the watch lists for the Maxwell (player of the year), Bednarik (defensive player of the year) and Hornung (most versatile player) awards.
Spring depth chart analysis: Texas Tech
Since last week, we've been analyzing the depth charts of every Big 12 team coming out of the spring. Monday, we continue with the Texas Tech Red Raiders, who released an official two-deep after finishing up spring ball last month:OFFENSE (starters in bold)QB: Davis Webb (So.
Spring game preview: Texas Tech
On Saturday, Texas Tech will hold its annual spring game, which will be open to the public. Here’s a closer look:When: 11 a.m. SaturdayWhere: Jones AT&T StadiumWhat to watch for: QB Davis Webb: Building off his MVP performance in the National University Holiday Bowl, Webb has been fabulous in Texas Tech’s last two open scrimmages.
Big 12's future two-way standout?
Maybe he was inspired by UCLA’s Myles Jack. Or maybe he got frustrated watching from the sidelines while knowing he could help.Either way, Texas Tech’s Kenny Williams wants to be the Big 12’s answer to the Pac-12’s Jack, who was named Pac-12 offensive and defensive freshman of the year after starring at running back and linebacker for the Bruins last season.
Texas Tech season preview
Today we take a look at Texas Tech. There is plenty of excitement in Lubbock, as Kliff Kingsbury returns to head the Red Raiders' program.TEXAS TECH RED RAIDERSCoach: Kliff Kingsbury (1st season as a head coach)2012 record: 8-5 (4-5 in Big 12)Key losses: QB Seth Doege, WR Darrin Moore, S Cody Davis, S D.