Easy to spot
OSU freshman Kendall Hunter reeled off a 9-yard gain in Tech territory, and from the luxury suite next to the pressbox, which housed a Texas Tech contingent including athletic director Gerald Myers, came this cry of dismay: “Hey, Tech, they’re wearing orange, they’re not that hard to see!”
The Cowboys indeed are running well on the Red Raiders, who don’t play much defense themselves. OSU has 60 yards on 13 carries as the first quarter ends. Dantrell Savage has 6-for-31, and Hunter has 4-for-23. If I’m the Cowboys, I’m running right at Tech.
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