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Red Raiders took Batson’s words to heart

Red Raiders took Batson’s words to heart



2017-12-06T23:51:00+0000

“We didn’t play well at all,” Texas Tech wide receiver Cameron Batson said Tuesday. “I just stood up in front of the team and asked them, ‘Just give it your all one more time. It’s the last time I’ll be able to play for Texas Tech, so I want to go out with a win, want to go out on top.’ That was my message to those guys.”

Texas Tech hasn’t won many football games on the road against Texas, so Red Raiders who make plays that decide games in Austin tend to be remembered in Tech circles forever.



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