Tech Spring Ball Questions: Defensive Line

The Texas Tech football program has undergone massive changes since the end of the 2015 season and it's an ongoing process. As such there are a lot of questions heading into spring ball. Over the next several days leading up to the first practice we'll be looking at five of the biggest questions surrounding the team one question, one day at a time. Next up is a look at the defensive line.
March 1, 2016

Texas Tech Regular Season Report Card

A look at how every Texas Tech position group graded out for the 2015 regular season according to RaiderPower.com senior writer Joe Yeager.
December 15, 2015

Report Card: Texas Tech 59, K-State 44

RaiderPower.com senior writer Joe Yeager grades every Texas Tech position group on its performance in the 59-44 win over Kansas State on Saturday at Jones AT&T Stadium in (Tex.).
November 16, 2015

Report Card: WVU 31, Texas Tech 26

RaiderPower.com senior writer Joe Yeager grades every Texas Tech position group on its performance in the 31-26 loss to West Virginia on Saturday at Milan Puskar Stadium in Morgantown (W.Va.).
November 9, 2015

Report Card: OSU 70, Texas Tech 53

RaiderPower.com senior writer Joe Yeager grades every Texas Tech position group on its performance in the 70-53 loss to Oklahoma State on Saturday at Jones AT&T Stadium in Lubbock (Tex.).
November 1, 2015

Tevin Madison Picks Off Richardson

The Texas Tech defense opened the game last week against Iowa State by forcing a turnover on sophomore cornerback Tevin Madison's diving interception. A closer inspection shows how poor scheme from the Cyclones and solid play from a pair of Red Raider defensive linemen made the pickoff by Madison possible.
October 14, 2015

Report Card: TCU 55, Texas Tech 52

RaiderPower.com senior writer Joe Yeager grades every Texas Tech position group on its performance in the 55-52 loss to TCU on Saturday at Jones AT&T Stadium.
September 28, 2015

Alston Stepping Up

RaiderPower.com caught up with Texas Tech defensive lineman Demetrius Alston to talk about his rise up the depth chart and how he has improved his game. The 6-foot-3, 270-pound junior has been running primarily with the first-team defense, but said he is motivated to stay there throughout the season.
August 17, 2014