Texas Tech 2020 Win Totals

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It’s safe to say Texas Tech had a rough go in 2019. Expectations were not particularly high, but 4-8 overall and 2-7 in the Big 12 was disappointing. Despite last year, I’m optimistic about the Red Raiders in 2020.

Texas Tech 2020

Head coach Matt Wells, defensive coordinator Keith Patterson, and offensive coordinator David Yost, all return for their second season. This should provide the Red Raiders with more stability. In addition, I’m confident we will see Alan Bowman turn into a reliable starting QB. If he can stay healthy that is. It’s not all perfect though.

This is all assuming Bowman stay’s healthy. If he loses more time due to injuries I fear the Raiders won’t be able to catcha. rhythm. In addition, the defense will have to make up for the loss of LB Jordyn Brooks and DL Broderick Washington, among others.

Win Total

Ultimately, I think Bowman stays healthy and Texas Tech’s offense takes a step forward in 2020. So, I see Texas hitting the “over” on their current win total of 5.5 (per BetOnline.Ag). My game by game projection is below.

DateOpponent TB’s Projection
September 5@ UTEPW
September 12Alabama StateW
September 19ArizonaW
September 26@ Iowa StateL
October 3WVUW
October 15BaylorL
October 24TexasL
October 31@ Oklahoma StateL
November 7@ Kansas StateW
November 14KansasW
November 21@ TCUL
November 28Oklahoma L
Texas Tech 2020 win total projections

This puts Texas Tech at 6-6 overall and 3-6 in the Big 12. While this is not glamorous its a step up from last year. It’s possible Texas Tech can squeak out another win against TCU or even Baylor, but I’m not putting my money on it.

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