How to watch the Texas Bowl: LSU vs. Texas Tech.
Texas Tech started the season 3–0, then proceeded to lose five of their next seven games. The Red Raiders ended the year with wins over Kansas State and Texas to become bowl eligible.
LSU, meanwhile, started 7–0 behind unbelievable play from once-Heisman favorite Leonard Fournette. But losses to Alabama, Arkansas and Ole Miss pushed the Tigers further down the CFP rankings. Les Miles was placed on the hot seat, and Fournette fell out of the running for college football’s top honor. They finished with a win over Texas A&M, and Miles was carried off the field.
The Red Raiders will be without wideout Devin Lauderdale, who has been suspended for the game “due to a failure to uphold Texas Tech Athletic Department Student-Athlete Expectations.”
How to watch
Details for Tuesday’s game are below.
Team schedules (all times ET)
Sept. 5: vs. McNeese State (Canceled)
Sept. 12: at& Mississippi State (W, 21–19)
Sept. 19: vs. Auburn (W, 45–21)
Sept. 26: at Syracuse (W, 34–24)
Oct. 3: vs. Eastern Michigan (W, 44–22)
Oct. 10: at South Carolina (W, 45–24)
Oct. 17: vs. Florida (W, 35–28)
Oct. 24: vs. Western Kentucky (W, 48–20)
Nov. 7: at Alabama (L, 30–16)
Nov. 14: vs. Arkansas (L, 31–14)
Nov. 21: at Ole Miss (L, 38–13)
Nov. 28: vs. Texas A&M (W, 19–7)
Sept. 5: vs. Sam Houston State (W, 59–45)
Sept. 12: vs. UTEP (W, 69–20)
Sept.19: at Arkansas (W, 35–24)
Sept. 26: vs. TCU (55–52)
Oct. 03: vs. Baylor (63–35)
Oct. 10: vs. Iowa State (W, 66–31)
Oct. 17: at Kansas (W, 30–20)
Oct. 24: at Oklahoma (L, 63–27)
Oct. 31: vs. Oklahoma State (L, 70–53)
Nov. 07: at West Virginia (L, 31–26)
Nov.14: vs. Kansas State (W, 59–44)
Nov. 26: at Texas (W, 48–45)