Jared Kaster

Texas Tech Red Raiders #75 - Offensive Linesman

  • Height: 6-3
  • Weight: 285
  • Seasons: JR

Hypothetical Kliff Kingsbury offensive strategy session


This is how these offensive sessions likely go

Texas Tech, please don't waste this killer offense

Texas Tech almost had the best offense in the country, but on two occasions the Red Raiders scored 50 points and lost because of a miserable defense. Can Kliff Kingsbury figure out how to play...

Three Freshmen to Watch in 2016


We take a look at three freshmen Tech fans should keep their eyes on this season.

2016 Tech Football Position Preview: O-Line



Recapping Texas Tech's Pro Day


Several Texas Tech players had a chance to show what they could do today. Here's a bunch of videos and analysis.

5 Things to Watch v. Texas Tech


Tech has a cavalry of offensive weapons, here is who to keep an eye on in Saturday’s game.

Big 12 Media Days Primer


Media days are here, and that can only mean one thing: college football Saturdays are fast approaching!

Ty Darlington Added To Rimington Trophy Watch List


Ty Darlington first appeared as the starting center for the Oklahoma Sooners replacing an injured Gabe Ikard against the Baylor Bears three years ago. By 2014, the offensive lineman earned starts...

Will the Red Raiders have anyone drafted...in 2016


While most likely no Red Raiders will hear their name called at the upcoming 2015 NFL Draft, that could change at the 2016 draft where Tech could have multiple players drafted.

Texas Tech Eligibility Table: Offensive Line


Texas Tech returns a veteran offensive line and four out of five starters as long as Le'Raven Clark returns to Texas Tech. We delve into the offensive line's remaining eligibility.

The Huddle: Texas Tech vs. Baylor


A preview Texas Tech's last game of the year, against the Baylor Bears, in Arlington. We've got players to watch, keys to the game, stats, quotes from Art Briles and so much more.

Ten Thoughts on Texas Tech 34, Iowa State 31


We've got ten thoughts on Texas Tech's 34-31 win over Iowa State, from the spectacular play of DeAndre Washington to the fact that Texas Tech was down to a walk-on safety by the end of the game.