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What is the all time Texas tech football record?
458-430-32 (as of this past weekend)
Who is the best Texas tech football player ever.
Micheal Crabtree WR won many awards as a freshman and sophomore and will be a top 10 draft pick in the nfl
I have to disagree, Zach Thomas (MLB) probally will go down as the best. My vote goes to E. J. Holub who played both offense (center) and defense (linebacker) and had a 10 year career (1961-1970), all with the Kansas City Chiefs. He was a starting linebacker for the Chiefs in Super Bowl I and starting center in Super Bowl IV.
Honorable mention to tight end/wide receiver Dave Parks who played 10 seasons (1964-1973) with the 49ers, Saints, and Oilers. He ended his career with 360 …
What is Texas Tech's biggest football loss?
I don't know what is their worst ever, but in the 13th of September 1997, Texas had an embarrassing 66 - 3 lost to UCLA. that's the worst that I can remember.
I believe that their worst loss came in 1999, when they lost to Nebraska 56-3. In 1998, they lost to Texas 58-7; in 1986 they lost to Miami (Fla) 61-11. Those, to my knowledge, are the only 50+ point losses by Texas Tech.
Their biggest winning margin was in 1925; they beat Wayland Baptist 120-0. In modern times, they beat Nebraska 70-10 (2004), Northwestern State 75-7 (2007) and S/E Louisiana 62-0 (2006).