LUBBOCK, Texas – Cody Hodges threw for 333 yards and a touchdown and ran for another score to lead Texas Tech past Kansas in each team’s Big 12 opener.

In the Red Raiders’ first game against decent competition, Hodges had a few rough spots. He threw an interception and fumbled four times, losing two that the Jayhawks (3-1, 0-1) converted into points.

Hodges, though, didn’t get much support from his offensive line as he has earlier this season. In Tech’s first three games, the line allowed the first-team offense to scored pretty much at will. The Red Raiders (4-0, 1-0) led the nation in scoring coming into the Kansas game, having tallied 56, 80 and 63 points against two Division I-AA opponents and a Sun Belt Conference team.

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