The Red Raiders came back in the 2nd quarter to make the game close at halftime. Like before, the Red Raiders scored a touchdown following the Horned Frogs' missed field goal. TTU – Baker Mayfield – 12 rushes, 16 yards, TD, SMU – Garrett Gilbert – 14 rushes, 53 yards, TD, SMU – Jeremy Johnson – 12 receptions, 131 yards. DeAndre Washington and Quinton White added rushing touchdowns, and Webb threw a TD strike to Reginald Davis for the Red Raiders' final touchdown. The 2013 Texas Tech Red Raiders football team represented Texas Tech University in the 2013 NCAA Division I FBS football season as members of the Big 12 Conference. Texas Tech came into Amon G. Carter Stadium looking to break a 3-game losing streak on the season. Texas Tech took the lead in the fourth quarter on another touchdown run by Kenny Williams, and the Red Raiders extended their lead to 37-27 on a touchdown pass from Webb to Amaro on their final possession to put the game away. LUBBOCK, Texas – The Big 12 Conference announced a revised 2020 football schedule Wednesday that will see Texas Tech open league play Sept. 26 against in-state rival Texas at Jones AT&T Stadium. The Red Raiders caught a break when TCU kicker Brandon Hatfield missed a 37-yard field goal. Kansas State opened the game up during the fourth, leading 44–31 with just under 2 minutes to go. 14 ASU", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=2013_Texas_Tech_Red_Raiders_football_team&oldid=978732056, Short description is different from Wikidata, Pages using CFB schedule with named parameters, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, $ – BCS representative as conference champion, Defensive Coordinator: Matt Wallerstedt replaces, Defensive Line: John Scott, Jr., replaces Fred Tate, Strength and Conditioning: Chad Dennis replaces Joe Walker. The Red Raiders hosted Big 12 foes Kansas, West Virginia, Oklahoma, and Texas and traveled to Kansas State, TCU, Oklahoma State, and Iowa State. TTU – Ryan Bustin 23-yard field goal, 5:28. Texas Tech's Ryan Bustin added a 39-yard field goal to make the score 10-0 in the first quarter.

Texas Tech's 2017 spring game was held at The Ford Center at The Star in Frisco, Texas on April 1, 2017. TTU – Baker Mayfield 11-yard run (Ryan Bustin kick), 10:05. TEX – Joe Bergeron 12-yard run (Athony Fera kick), 3:07.

The Raiders scored on a 2-yard touchdown run by Kenny Williams to trail 28–24 going into halftime. at Bill Snyder Family Stadium, Manhattan, KS. The Red Raiders played their home games on the university's campus in Lubbock, Texas at Jones AT&T Stadium, and competed as members of the Big 12 Conference. Webb connected with Bradley Marquez on a 12-yard touchdown pass in the third quarter, which ended with Texas Tech leading 28-21. Texas Tech's defense forced TCU to punt on their next possession, and the Red Raiders drove into scoring position for Ryan Bustin to add a 37-yard field goal to make the final score 20-10. [4] With the win, the Red Raiders started a season 1-0 for the 12th year in a row. The Texas Tech Red Raiders opened conference play at home against the Kansas Jayhawks. TCU's kicker Brandon Hatfield was 1/4 on field goals during the game, while the Texas Tech offense was held to a season low 345 yards.[16]. The Red Raiders opened their 2016 season at home against the Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks. The start of the game was delayed by lightning in the Lubbock area. View future Texas Tech football schedules and opponents at FBSchedules.com. Despite having two true freshman quarterbacks start every game, the Red Raiders ended the season as the number-two-ranked passing offense in the NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) with 392.8 yards per game, just behind Fresno State's 394.8 yards per game.

Despite suffering numerous injuries throughout the game on both offense and defense, the Red Raiders refused to go without a fight against the Cowboys. The Horned Frogs capitalized on the fumble with a 1-yard touchdown run from Trevorris Johnson. Louisiana Tech came up short on the next drive, with the Bulldogs turning it over on downs, which eventually resulted in a 24-yard field goal from Hatfield. Both teams slowed down in the third quarter, with the only score of the quarter coming from a 34-yard Clayton Hatfield field goal to tie the game 31–31. The Big 12 revised the dates for all nine conference games throughout the league as part of its new "9+1" scheduling format. The Red Raiders got a pair of field goals by Ryan Bustin in the first half, along with a defensive touchdown from linebacker Will Smith, as they took a 13-0 halftime lead. Davis Webb threw third-quarter touchdown passes to Eric Ward and Jakeem Grant as Tech took the lead with 3:08 left in the third quarter. Despite trailing by 13 with little time left, the Red Raiders refused to give up. Reed 35 yard interception return (Matthew McCrane kick), KSU 14–7, TTU 2:38 – Keke Coutee 61 yard pass from Patrick Mahomes (Clayton Hatfield kick), tied 14–14, KSU 14:09 – Matthew McCrane 20 yard field goal, KSU 17–14, TTU 11:19 – Patrick Mahomes 16 yard run (Clayton Hatfield kick), TTU 21–17, KSU 5:43 – Jesse Ertz 1 yard run (Matthew McCrane kick), KSU 24–21, TTU 1:47 – Patrick Mahomes 3 yard run (Clayton Hatfield kick), TTU 28–24, KSU 1:31 – Byron Pringle 99 yard kickoff return (Matthew McCrane kick), KSU 31–28, TTU 5:17 – Clayton Hatfield 34 yard field goal, tied 31–31, KSU 14:07 – Charles Jones 2 yard run (Matthew McCrane kick), KSU 38–31, KSU 6:05 – Matthew McCrane 25 yard field goal, KSU 41–31, KSU 1:56 – Matthew McCrane 42 yard field goal, KSU 44–31, TTU 0:05 – Cameron Batson 15 yard pass from Patrick Mahomes (Clayton Hatfield kick), KSU 44–38, TTU – Demarcus Felton 14 carries, 66 yards, KSU – Charles Jones 19 carries, 128 yards, TD, TTU – Keke Coutee5 receptions, 130 yards, TD, KSU – Isaiah Zuber 3 receptions, 35 yards, TD, WVU 9:30 – Justin Crawford 10 yard run (Mike Molina kick), WVU 7–0, TTU 1:51 – Jonathan Giles 44 yard pass from, WVU 0:17 – Mike Molina 34 yard field goal, WVU 10–7, WVU 7:03 – Justin Crawford 5 yard pass from, WVU 4:22 – Skyler Howard 8 yard run (Mike Molina kick), WVU 24–7, TTU 10:04 – Clayton Hatfield 42 yard field goal, WVU 24–10, WVU 6:04 – Mike Molina 22 yard field goal, WVU 27–10, WVU 14:51 – Skyler Howard 1 yard run (Mike Molina kick), WVU 34–10, WVU 10:24 – Rushel Shell III 14 yard run (Mike Molina kick), WVU 41–10, TTU 8:13 – Jonathan Giles 16 yard pass from Nic Shimonek (Clayton Hatfield kick), WVU 41–17, WVU 2:16 – Rushel Shell III 3 yard run (Mike Molina kick), WVU 48–17, WVU – Rushel Shell 21 carries, 104 yards, 2 TD, WVU – Daikiel Shorts, Jr. 3 receptions, 100 yards, TTU – Jonathan Giles 8 receptions, 136 yards, 2 TD, TTU 7:23 – Da'Leon Ward 4 yard run (Clayton Hatfield kick), OKLA 13–7, TTU 1:06 – Clayton Hatfield 37 yard field goal, OKLA 13–10, OKLA 13:13 – Joe Mixon 46 yard run (Austin Seibert kick), OKLA 20–10, OKLA 6:14 – Austin Seibert 23 yard field goal, OKLA 23–17, TTU 0:37 – Jonathan Giles 23 yard pass from Patrick Mahomes (Clayton Hatfield kick), TTU 24–23, OKLA 0:17 – Nick Basquine 23 yard pass from Baker Mayfield (Austin Seibert kick), OKLA 30–24, OKLA 11:51 – Dede Westbrook 23 yard pass from Baker Mayfield (Austin Seibert kick), OKLA 37–24, OKLA 7:59 – Joe Mixon 43 yard pass from Baker Mayfield (Austin Seibert kick), OKLA 44–31, TTU 4:10 – Jonathan Giles 41 yard pass from Patrick Mahomes (Clayton Hatfield kick), OKLA 44–38, OKLA 1:36 – Dimitri Flowers 34 yard pass from Baker Mayfield (Austin Seibert kick), OKLA 51–38, TTU 12:57 – Patrick Mahomes 22 yard run (Clayton Hatfield kick), OKLA 51–45, OKLA 9:15 – Joe Mixon 15 yard pass from Baker Mayfield (Mayfield to Westbrook for two–point conversion), OKLA 59–45, OKLA 5:03 – Joe Mixon 42 yard run (Austin Seibert kick), OKLA 66–52, TTU – Patrick Mahomes – 12 carries, 85 yards, 2 TD, TCU 4:40 – Derrick Green 2 yard run (Brandon Hatfield kick), TCU 7–0, TTU 13:23 – Reggie Davis 33 yard pass from, TCU 9:33 – Brandon Hatfield 23 yard field goal, TCU 10–7, TTU 6:49 – Clayton Hatfield 41 yard field goal, tied 10–10, TCU 14:37 – Trevorris Johnson 1 yard run (Brandon Hatfield kick), TCU 17–10, TTU 1:28 – Dylan Cantrell 8 yard pass from Patrick Mahomes (Clayton Hatfield kick), tied 17–17, TTU – Patrick Mahomes 15 yard run (Clayton Hatfield kick), TTU 24–17, TCU – Desmon White 25 yard pass from Foster Sawyer (Brandon Hatfield kick), tied 24–24, TTU – Clayton Hatfield 37 yard field goal, TTU 27–24, TTU – Da'Leon Ward 8 receptions, 49 yards, TCU – Taj Williams 4 receptions, 52 yards, TTU 11:37 – Cameron Batson 3 yard pass from, TEX 10:43 – D'Onta Foreman 4 yard run (Trent Domingue kick), tied 7–7, TTU 7:02 – Clayton Hatfield 42 yard field goal, TTU 10–7, TEX 4:30 – Collin Johnson 16 yard pass from, TTU 1:23 – Jonathan Giles 6 yard pass from Patrick Mahomes (Clayton Hatfield kick blocked), TTU 16–14, TTU 7:50 – Douglas Coleman 100 yard fumble return (Clayton Hatfield kick), TTU 23–14, TEX 3:01 – Collin Johnson 9 yard pass from Shane Buechele (Trent Domingue kick), TTU 23–21, TEX 0:26 – Trent Domingue 29 yard field goal, TEX 24–23, TTU 7:33 – Cameron Batson 7 yard pass from Patrick Mahomes (Clayton Hatfield kick), TEX 31–30, TEX 6:15 – D'Onta Foreman 38 yard run (Trent Domingue kick), TEX 38–30, TEX 14:49 – D'Onta Foreman 74 yard run (Trent Domingue kick), TEX 45–30, TTU 10:50 – Da'Leon Ward 9 yard run (Clayton Hatfield kick), TEX 45–37, TEX – D'Onta Foreman 33 carries, 341 yards, 3 TD, TTU – Da'Leon Ward 22 carries, 93 yards, TD, TTU – Dylan Cantrell 8 receptions, 89 yards, OKST 12:14 – Jalen McCleskey 26 yard pass from, OKST 6:20 – Mason Rudolph 9 yard run (Ben Grogan kick), OKST 14–0, OKST 0:21 – Chris Carson 1 yard run (Ben Grogan kick), OKST 21–7, TTU 11:23 – Dylan Cantrell 4 yard pass from Patrick Mahomes (Clayton Hatfield kick), OKST 21–14, OKST 8:55 – Justice Hill 8 yard run (Ben Grogan kick), OKST 28–14, TTU 3:44 – Justin Stockton 3 yard pass from Patrick Mahomes (Clayton Hatfield kick), OKST 28–14, TTU 0:27 – Donta Thompson 5 yard pass from Patrick Mahomes (Claytonh Hatfield kick), tied 28–28, OKST 7:25 – Chris Carson 19 yard run (Ben Grogan kick), OKST 35–28, OKST 2:04 – Ben Grogan 27 yard field goal, OKST 38–28, TTU 0:24 – Patrick Mahomes 7 yard run (Clayton Hatfield kick), OKST 38–35, OKST 0:06 – James Washington 82 yard pass from Mason Rudolph (Ben Grogan kick), OKST 45–35, TTU 9:23 – Clayton Hatfield 27 yard field goal, OKST 45–38, TTU 1:44 – Quinton White 1 yard run (Clayton Hatfield PAT missed), OKST 45–44, TTU – Demarcus Felton 10 carries, 77 yards, OKST – Justice Hill 18 carries, 126 yards, TD, TTU – Jonathan Giles 5 receptions, 77 yards, OKST – James Washington 6 receptions, 158 yards, TD, ISU 11:17 – Joel Lanning 24 yard run (Cole Netten kick), ISU 7–0, TTU 6:17 – Clayton Hatfield 31 yard field goal, ISU 7–3, ISU 2:21 – Jacob Park 2 yard run (Cole Netten kick), ISU 14–3, ISU 14:52 – Allen Lazard 34 yard pass from Cole Park (Cole Netten kick), ISU 21–3, ISU 12:27 – Joel Lanning 5 yard run (Cole Netten kick), ISU 28–3, ISU 7:47 – Hakeem Butler 39 yard pass from Jacob Park (Cole Netten kick), ISU 35–3, ISU 6:50 – Kamari Cotton-Moya 48 interception return (Cole Netten kick), ISU 42–3, ISU 0:00 – Cole Netten 27 yard field goal, ISU 45–3, ISU 4:13 – Joel Lanning 19 yard run (Cole Netten kick), ISU 52–10, ISU 14:19 – Joel Lanning 35 yard run (Cole Netten kick), ISU 59–10, ISU 8:39 – Joel Lanning 10 yard run (Cole Netten kick), ISU 66–10, ISU – Joel Lanning 17 carries, 171 yards, 5 TD, TTU – Keke Coutee 8 receptions, 115 yards, TD, ISU – Allen Lazard 7 receptions, 137 yards, TD, BAY 12:43 – K.D.