LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) -- Tommy Tuberville and Texas Tech fans would rather forget last season.
The first losing season in nearly two decades left the Red Raiders at home during bowl season. A five-game skid wiped out all the good vibes from a stunning road win over then-No. 3 Oklahoma.
Quarterback Seth Doege says he's ready to show fans the Red Raiders are back, and the defense, with its third coordinator in as many years under Tuberville, looks to improve after finishing near the cellar nationally.
Texas Tech opens its season at home Sept. 1 against Northwestern State.