Texas Tech Wins in SEC Country Explodes in 2nd Half To Win 38-16 Nashville, TN - After 3 lackluster performances to open the home slate, the Red Raiders got out of their comfort zone and played the Commodores of Vanderbilt 1,000 miles away. From the get go, the Tech defense was fired up and played inspired football, holding the 'Dores to just 10 1st half points. Conversely, the Tech offense was stymied by the Vandy defense and the score at the half was 10-10. For the rest of the day, the Vanderbult offense was held out of the end zone while the Red Raider offense led by Michael Brewer found it 4 times in the final 2 frames. Brewer hit receivers in stride for 2 long TDs and the backs of the Commodores were broken. Eric Ward and Bradley Marquez each had over 100 yards receiving and young Michael Brewer ended with 321 yards and 4 TDs. Defensively, it was a revelation. Dartwan Bush accounted for 4 sacks and 7 QB hurries (all cpu controlled). The Texas Tech defense held stud HB Wesley Tate to just 40 yards on 15 carries, and Vandy as a team ended with 9 total rushing yards. While just 2-2, the Red Raider team has to be a little more confident heading into the Big 12 Meat Grinder.