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Texas Tech is squaring off against Kansas on Saturday and the Red Raiders are getting everyone involved on offense, deploying a trick play to get offensive lineman Le’Raven Clark into the end zone for a two-point conversion.

By SI Wire
October 17, 2015

Texas Tech is squaring off against Kansas on Saturday and the Red Raiders are getting everyone involved on offense, deploying a trick play to get offensive lineman Le’Raven Clark into the end zone for a two-point conversion.

The unconventional formation came after a six play, 61-yard drive that was capped of by a one-yard run from senior running back DeAndre Washington to give Texas Tech an 11–0 lead over the Jayhawks.

The Red Raiders showed an unbalanced line for the conversion and pitched the ball to the 6'6" 308-pound Clark who thundered in to convert the two-point play.

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