Jett Duffey completed 19-of-27 passes for 150 yards and threw 1 interception, which was another turnover that happened in the red zone for Texas Tech. McLane Carter didn’t complete a pass out of three attempts and dropped a snap that was recovered by Kansas State. It was just not a good day for the quarterbacks and if they continue to play like this, Texas Tech won’t become bowl eligible.
Running backs: F
Texas Tech only had 31 total rushing yards on 26 carries. Da’Leon Ward led with 34 yards on 10 carries and Tre King had 9 yards on one carry. However, there were 19 rushing yards lost to bring the already low rushing yard total, down to 31.
Wide receivers: C-
The receivers had an uncharacteristic day against the Wildcats. They only totaled 150 yards on 19 receptions, and Antoine Wesley only had 28 yards which is a season low for him. T.J. Vasher led the group with 69 yards on 6 receptions.
Offensive line: D-
The offensive line started off well, but seemed to get beat by Kansas State’s d-line as the game progressed. K-State’s DE Reggie Walker dominated the group. The o-line also gave up four sacks during the game. It wasn’t the guys’ best performance, and hopefully they can improve next week.