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LUBBOCK, Texas – The Texas Tech football team completed its Spring Game with the Red Raider offense winning, 38-21, over the defense at Jones AT&T Stadium Saturday.
Junior quarterback Tyler Shough got the offense on the board in his second drive, completing 4-of-7 passes en route to a 42-yard field goal from Jonathan Garibay to end the first quarter. Senior quarterback Henry Colombi started the second quarter with a nice offensive drive, including a 34-yard pass to Trey Cleveland on third down to move the chains to the defense’s side of the field. The drive was capped of by a one-yard rush from Tahj Brooks for the first touchdown of the day. After two-straight three-and-outs from the defense,
Donovan Smith finished his second drive of the game with a connection to J.J. Sparkman for a 38-yard gain to set the offense up in scoring position. Smith, on 4th-and-7, later found Bradley for an 8-yard touchdown reception as time expired in the second quarter, the only passing touchdown of the game, which went two complete quarters with a running clock. The Red Raider quarterbacks combined for 234 yards on 18-of-36 passing for one touchdown.
Shough was the leading passer as he threw for 106 yards with an 8-of-15 completion rate. Colombi wrapped his first Spring Game, throwing for 59 yards on 3-8 passing while running for four yards on one attempt.
The defense was led by junior defensive lineman Tyree Wilson, who recorded a sack, quarterback hurry and a forced fumble, while the unit, as a whole, combined for five tackles for loss, three pass breakups and six quarterback hurries.