The Texas Tech Red Raiders (4-3) will meet a familiar opponent as they host the Baylor Bears (4-3) on Saturday, October 29, 2022 at Jones AT&T Stadium in a Big 12 clash. See the article below for all the information that you need to know, including how to watch this game on FuboTV.
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Texas Tech and Baylor stats
- Texas Tech is averaging 12.2 more points this season (36.3) than Baylor has allowed (24.1).
- Texas Tech has committed five more turnovers this season (13) than Baylor’s defense has forced (8).
- Baylor, on average, scores 10.4 more points (37.4) than Texas Tech allows (27.0).
- This year Texas Tech has forced 10 turnovers, compared to 11 times Baylor has turned the ball over.
Texas Tech players to watch
- Donovan Smith leads Texas Tech with 1,506 passing yards (215.1 ypg) on 147-of-219 passing with 12 touchdowns compared to seven interceptions this season. He also adds 94 rushing yards (13.4 ypg) on 67 carries while scoring four touchdowns on the ground.
- SaRodorick Thompson’s 369 rushing yards (52.7 per game) have come 79 times, with three touchdowns this year.
- This season, Tahj Brooks has 71 carries for 324 yards (46.3 per game) and six touchdowns, while also catching 21 passes for 117 yards (16.7 per game) and one touchdown.
- Xavier White’s team-leading 409 receiving yards (58.4 yards per game) have come on 31 receptions with three touchdowns.
- Jared Bradley has 359 receiving yards (51.3 yards per game) and three touchdowns, catching 27 passes this year.
- Trey Cleveland has 21 receptions for 309 yards (44.1 ypg) this season.
Baylor Players to Watch
- Blake Shapen rushed for 1,608 yards (229.7 ypg) to lead Baylor, completing 68.1 percent of his passes and recording 12 touchdown passes and five interceptions this season.
- Leading rusher Richard Reese has carried the ball 116 times for 643 yards (91.9 per game), with nine touchdowns this year.
- This season Qualan Jones has racked up 277 yards (39.6 per game) on 48 carries with four touchdowns.
- Gavin Holmes’ 397 receiving yards (56.7 yards per game) set all receivers on the team. He has amassed 18 receptions and three touchdowns.
- Monaray Baldwin has amassed a season-high 332 yards so far (47.4 receiving yards per game) with four touchdowns, wrapped up in 16 carries.
- Hal Presley’s 18 receptions have brought him 230 yards (32.9 ypg) and two touchdowns.
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