Welcome to our first Throwback Thursday post. It seems only fitting that the first in this series be about undoubtedly the greatest moment in Texas Tech football history-to-date.
It still remains the most famous pass Graham Harrell has ever thrown. Also the most important.
With just seconds left and Tech trailing by a single point, Harrell saw All-American Michael Crabtree streaking up the right sideline and let if fly, despite the double coverage. Crabtree snagged the backshoulder pass, shook off a defender, tip-toed the white line and ducked into the end zone with a second left.
With that 28-yard touchdown capping a 62-yard, last-minute drive, the No. 7 Red Raiders closed out a wild victory, 39-33 against No. 1 Texas.
If you’ve got a couple hours to kill, check out the full game here.
So which Red Raider memory should we relive next? Leave your suggestions in the comments section below.