Football Roundtable: Most Dangerous Player For Texas Tech

Oct 27, 2012; Manhattan, KS, USA; Texas Tech Red Raiders quarterback Seth Doege (7) makes a pass during a 55-24 loss to the Kansas State Wildcats at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Scott Sewell-US PRESSWIRE

This week, the Kansas Jayhawks will face off against the Texas Tech Red Raiders. Texas Tech is currently on a two game losing streak.

The Red Raiders have tons of weapons on their team and most of them come from the offense.

Seth Doege is lighting things up through the air. Kenny Williams and Eric Stephens Jr are providing a great rushing attack. Also, Eric Ward is becoming a quality target for Seth Doege.

Who is the most dangerous player for the Texas Tech Red Raiders?

George: The most dangerous Red Raider is quarterback Seth Doege who already has 31 touchdown passes. Texas Tech always has great quarterbacks and Doege is the guy now.

Ricky: I find it hard for George and myself to disagree on this question. Seth Doege is the most important and most dangerous player for the Texas Tech Red Raiders. Doege has a total of 31 touchdowns this season and has four game with five or more touchdowns. This has the making of being a LONG day for the Kansas Jayhawks.

Each week, the staff at Through the Phog will react on the previous day’s games in Big 12 football and other news that happens in the conference. We are always welcoming of comments that you might have on the topics covered each week. Our current staff includes lead editor George Pike, along with staff writer, Ricky Widmer.

Topics: Football, Kansas Jayhawks, Seth Doege, Texas Tech Red Raiders

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