Nov 16, 2013; Arlington, TX, USA; Texas Tech Red Raiders wide receiver Bradley Marquez (4) cannot make a catch while defended by Baylor Bears cornerback K.J. Morton (8) at AT&T Stadium. Baylor beat Texas Tech 63-34. Mandatory Credit: Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

Red Raiders Daily: Best Games, Best Big 12 Receiver Groups

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Top 10 Texas Games in 2014

Our buddies over at Football of Texas are ranking the 10 best games of 2014 involving Texas teams.

6. Texas Tech vs Texas
Texas reversed the roles and stymied the offensive juggernaut of Tech in Austin while putting up 41. However, this game will be in Lubbock in front of rowdy Tech fans. Tech has plenty of weapons on offense and Texas has usually had a solid defense. It will be interesting to see if last year was a fluke or if Texas has Tech’s number. Can coach Bro pull out a W in front of the home crowd?

5. Texas Tech at Baylor
This will be the last game of the season and played in AT&T Stadium. Two high-flying offenses going at it with no thought of ever letting the foot of the gas. Tech dominated their bowl game and has good momentum entering the season. Baylor could possibly be undefeated by this time. Tech will look to avenge last season’s loss and also derail any Baylor playoff hopes. Will Briles or Bro prevail?

Ranking 2014 Big 12 Teams On Wide Receivers

Coming in at number 3 on Talking12’s receiver group ranking is Texas Tech.

Texas Tech Red Raiders – What would the Red Raiders be without a whole posse of grab-and-gallop pass-receiving bandits? Sophomore QB Davis Webb showed in 2013 that he has a strong and accurate arm and he has two sure-handed receivers in junior Jakeem Grant and senior Bradley Marquez. Some experts are saying that this year’s Red Raider receiving corps could be the fastest to ever play at Texas Tech. Scary thought with so many able-bodied receiving targets to choose from in this offense.

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