Texas Tech O-line shows disturbing signs of futility against Kansas

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AMES, IA - NOVEMBER 22: Quarterback Patrick Mahomes #5 of the Texas Tech Red Raiders is tackled by defensive end Dale Pierson #45 of the Iowa State Cyclones in the first half of play at Jack Trice Stadium on November 22, 2014 in Ames, Iowa. (Photo by David K Purdy/Getty Images) USA Today Sports

Kansas wasn't exactly known for its daunting pass rush going into the Texas Tech game, so it made Saturday's results look all the more troubling.

The Red Raiders surrendered double the amount of sacks that had on the season combined against the Jayhawks. Some of that can be attributed to injuries, but with Oklahoma on the horizon, it's an issue that needs to be fixed. And fast.

"We just didn't execute. That's the main thing. We were flat. We didn't execute," center Jared Kaster said. "And that's something that we can't do. Give credit to Kansas."

Le'Raven Clark, Tech's left tackle, left during the Kansas contest and didn't return. He might be their best offensive lineman, and he's expected to suit up against Oklahoma.

(h/t Daily Toreador)