Kliff Kingsbury’s first season as head coach of the Texas Tech Red Raiders on the surface appeared to be a replica of the previous season, as both teams went 8-5.
But when you take into account the fact that he alternated two freshmen quarterbacks the entire season and had to install his offense his first year at his alma mater, the record is pretty impressive, even though the offensive system wasn’t that different.
Now, with a full-time starting quarterback going into the season, 12 returning starters, and more experience all over the field, Red Raider fans are looking for more, and rightfully so.
But should they be a 10-win team yet?
Kingsbury has a lot of work to do for that to happen. But if he can shore up some of the questions the way he has shored up his abs, which you can see here, then the program is in good shape. Continue to Next Slide for Offense