Turmoil at Texas Tech does little to influence Cowboys’ offensive game plan

Two weeks after coach Kliff Kingsbury signed a multi-million dollar contract extension through 2020, Texas Tech’s performance was hardly worth the price of admission.

The Red Raiders were blown out by Arkansas at home, 49-28, allowing a staggering 438 yards rushing and seven touchdowns on the ground. Two days later, it was reported defensive coordinator Matt Wallerstedt had been fired for reportedly being “under the influence of an unknown substance” at a campus football building.

Tough luck in Lubbock. Good timing for Oklahoma State.

But don’t go assuming the Cowboys will just run down the throat of the Red Raiders for an easy victory. OSU coach Mike Gundy was asked Thursday if the Razorbacks’ success running the ball will influence his game plan.

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