West Virginia goes to Lubbock looking to make it two straight wins in Big 12 play while Texas Tech tries to snap a three-game losing streak. The Mountaineers (3-2) improved to 1-1 in conference play with a 33-14 win over Kansas last week. The Red Raiders (2-3) fell to 0-2 in the Big 12 when they were hammered at Kansas State 45-13. Texas Tech leads the all-time series 2-1, including a 37-27 win at Morgantown last season.
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How to watch
Details for Saturday's game are below:
Kickoff: Noon ET
Live stream: The game can be live streamed here.
TV coverage: FOX Sports 1
Oct. 4: West Virginia 33, Kansas 14
The Mountaineers’ defense forced 14 punts, the most ever by a West Virginia opponent. Quarterback Clint Trickett threw for 302 yards, his sixth-straight game with at least 300 yards passing. Wide receiver Kevin White tied a school record with his fifth straight game with at least 100 receiving yards, matching the mark set by Stedman Bailey in 2011.
Sept. 20: Oklahoma 45, West Virginia 33
Kevin White had 10 catches for 173 yards, giving him 42 receptions and 633 yards for the season. Last year he had 35 receptions for 507 yards. Mario Alford had 101 receiving yards, giving West Virginia back-to-back games with two 100-yard receivers for the first time since 2011. Josh Lambert’s 54-yard field goal tied for the longest in FBS this season.
Sept. 13 West Virginia 40, Maryland 37
Josh Lambert’s 47-yard field goal at the gun won it for the Mountaineers. Clint Trickett’s 511 passing yards were a career high and the second-most in school history. Kevin White’s career-high 216 receiving yards place him third in West Virginia single-game history.
Sept. 6: West Virginia 54, Towson 0
The Mountaineers posted their first shutout since blanking Coastal Carolina in 2010. Seven different players scored touchdowns for West Virginia, the most since seven players scored against Norfolk State in 2011. The 54-point margin of victory was the Mountaineers’ largest since an 80-7 win over Rutgers in 2011.
Aug. 30 Alabama 33, West Virginia 23
The neutral site game in Atlanta marked the just the sixth time in 32 years the Mountaineers have opened the season away from Morgantown. Mario Alford’s 100-yard kickoff return for a touchdown was the program’s first kickoff return score since Tavon Austin against Kansas State in 2012. It was West Virginia’s first season-opening loss since 2003.
Oct. 4: Kansas State 45, Texas Tech 13
The Red Raiders have lost four straight to the Wildcats dating to 2011. Texas Tech lost the turnover battle for the 13th straight game, during which the team is 5-8. The Red Raiders had a season-high three sacks, all in the first quarter.
Sept. 25: Oklahoma State 45, Texas Tech 35
The Red Raiders have lost six straight to the Cowboys dating to 2009. Quarterback Davis Webb has thrown a touchdown pass in the first 14 games of his career, a school record. Texas Tech scored on its opening possession for the first time this season.
Sept. 13: Arkansas 49, Texas Tech 28
It was the first meeting between the former Southwest Conference rivals since 1991. The loss snapped a 16-game regular-season winning streak against non-conference opponents. Texas Tech forced its first turnover of the season on a fumbled punt that was recovered by Sam Eguavoen.
Sept. 6: Texas Tech 30, UTEP 26
The Red Raiders took the lead for good with 2:32 remaining on a nine-yard pass from Davis Webb to Brad Marquez. Justin Stockton ran for 135 yards on eight carries to become the first Texas Tech freshman with 100 yards in a game since Taurean Henderson against NC State in 2002. The Red Raiders have two plays of more than 70 yards this season after not having one from 2011-13.
Aug. 30: Texas Tech 42, Central Arkansas 35
The Red Raiders won their opener for the 12th straight year. Texas Tech has now won 22 straight home openers. Running back DeAndre Washington ran for a career-high 104 yards on 20 carries.