2007 Texas Tech Red Raiders Football Team

The 2007 Texas Tech Red Raiders football team represented Texas Tech University in the 2007 NCAA Division I FBS football season. The team was coached by Mike Leach. The Red Raiders played their home games at Jones AT&T Stadium in Lubbock, Texas. The team competed in the Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS), formerly I-A.

Entering the season, the Red Raiders were predicted to finish fifth in the Big 12 South, ahead of only the Baylor Bears. However, they completed conference play tied for third place with Texas A&M and Oklahoma State. While all three teams had a matching 4–4 conference record, Tech had a better overall record of 9–4 compared to the Aggies and Cowboys who both had a record of 7–6. Final Coaches and AP Polls put the Red Raiders at 23 and 22, respectively.

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