Texas Tech Football Begins Season With Spring Practice
Kliff Kingsbury begins his sophomore run at head coach as many, many positions lie vacant and unclaimed throughout the team. So who replaces who and how will Coach Kingsbury do?
Obviously some big names like Jace Amaro and Kerry Hyder have moved on, but don’t fret, folks; there’s a very talented and very young team that has some untapped potential gearing up for the 2014 season.
There are some relatively important names returning this season, however. Young quarterback Davis Webb will look to further improve during his second season with the Red Raiders, and he’ll have help from familiar faces like Bradley Marquez and Jakeem Grant leading the stable of very capable receivers.
On the defensive side of the ball, second year coordinator Matt Wallerstedt has a lot of fresh faces to mold into Big 12 ballplayers but look for Junior linebacker Micah Awe to finally break out and become a leading force as well as JUCO signee Josh Keys at safety.
There are only three public practices; one being in Midland and one being the annual Spring Game at Jones AT&T Stadium, and the other coming on April 4th under the lights at the Jones.
Get ready for a great year, Red Raider fans…