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The Morning Stake | 2020.11.14

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* Avalanche-Journal’s Don Williams: A vow to finish strong Tech looks to snap skid against Baylor

* Avalanche-Journal’s Don Williams: Texas Tech-Baylor: How They Match Up

* Waco Tribune’s John Werner: How they match up: Baylor vs. Texas Tech

Since this series has been held in the Metroplex the last 11 years, Baylor might need directions to Jones AT&T Stadium. The Bears haven’t played in Lubbock since 2008 in Art Briles’ first season as head coach. Fans are usually rowdy but that shouldn’t be such a factor this time since the stadium will be at 25 percent capacity due to COVID-19 restrictions. This will likely be Baylor’s best shot to win a road game since its only remaining trip is to Norman on Dec. 5, but Texas Tech knows it badly needs to win this home game.

Edge: Texas Tech

* Waco Tribune’s John Werner: Baylor’s Aranda, Tech’s Wells find themselves in same struggling boat, searching for answers

* Midland Reporter-Telegram’s Oscar LeRoy: Texas Tech needs to start showing progress against Baylor

As for his own job security, it’s doubtful that is even in jeopardy. He’s in the second year of six-year contract and because of the money lost in the middle of pandemic, the university doesn’t have the cash for a buyout.

But if there’s no sign of progress over the final three games of the regular season, there will be some pressure on the head coach to make some internal changes.

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