Tech quarterbacks circle the date
Graham Harrell has 166 yards passing with 3:16 left in the first quarter. If OSU’s offense keeps scoring, Harrell could throw for 800 yards. Tech just faced 3rd-and-13 from its 19-yard line, and Harrell just heaved a deep ball. Sort of a backyard throw. No, no backyard could hold that kind of throw. Call it a sandlot throw. Michael Crabtree ran past cornerback Calvin Mickens, which probably was no great crime of Mickens’ in the zone, but free safety Ricky Price tripped as the ball descended, and Crabtree caught the ball stumbling, arms outstretched, and regained his footing for a 75-yard gain. Texas Tech quarterbacks have been doing this to OSU since coach Mike Leach arrived in 2000. Tech QBs must circle the date of the OSU game every year the schedule comes out.
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