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Texas Tech places scoring efficiency above clock management

Sep 25, 2014; Stillwater, OK, USA; Oklahoma State Cowboys wide receiver James Washington (28) makes a catch in front of Texas Tech Red Raiders defensive back Justis Nelson (31) during the third quarter of a game at Boone Pickens Stadium. Oklahoma State won 45-35. Mandatory Credit: Alonzo Adams-USA TODAY Sports

Sep 25, 2014; Stillwater, OK, USA; Oklahoma State Cowboys wide receiver James Washington (28) makes a catch in front of Texas Tech Red Raiders defensive back Justis Nelson (31) during the third quarter of a game at Boone Pickens Stadium. Oklahoma State won 45-35. Mandatory Credit: Alonzo Adams-USA TODAY Sports

It's not the worst problem to have. Texas Tech has put up so many points so far this season that the biggest criticism on that side of the ball is their clock management.

They square off with Arkansas on Saturday, which is a definite clash of football philosophy. The Razorbacks have one of the most fearsome rushing attacks in college football, while the Red Raiders employ the air raid.

Kliff Kingsbury was asked what he thought about clock management. Here's what he had to say.

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Just get in. " Kingsbury said. "Just get in the end zone. Whatever it takes, however long it takes, as long as we get in the end zone."

Thanks for clarifying, coach.

(h/t Wreck Em Red)