The answer to that question is Notre Dame. They won by a score of 31-24.
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Notre Dame Fighting Irish
Record: 10-2 (7-1 ACC)
Points per game: 33.8 (13th in FBS)
Points allowed per game: 18.7 (16th in FBS)
Pass yards per game: 302.4 (34th in FBS)
Rush yards per game: 191.3 (36th in FBS)
Total yards per game: 493.6 (33rd in FBS)
Turnover margin: +9 (9th in FBS)
Sacks allowed: 25 (60th in FBS)
Third down conversion pct.: 45% (48th in FBS)
Texas Tech Red Raiders
Record: 7-5 (4-5 Big 12)
Notre Dame had a good offense this game. They had 754 total yards with 581 passing yards and 173 rushing yards. Their leading rusher was Kyren Williams with 143 yards on 21 carries and 2 touchdowns. their leading receiver was Chris Tyree with 154 receiving yards on 8 catches and 1 touchdown. their quarterback, Ian Book, had 362 passing yards on 28 completions out of 38 attempts. He also had 3 touchdowns and 1 interception. Texas Tech’s defense couldn’t stop Notre Dame’s offense.
Texas Tech’s offense wasn’t as good as Notre Dame’s offense, but they still managed to put up some points. They had 504 total yards with 340 passing yards and 164 rushing yards. their leading rusher was SaRodorick Thompson with 103 yards on 15 carries and 1 touchdown. their leading receiver was Erik Ezukanma with 186 receiving yards on 9 catches and 1 touchdown. their quarterback, Henry Colombi, had 340 passing yards on 25 completions out of 39 attempts. He also had 2 touchdowns and 0 interceptions.
Notre Dame’s defense was better than Texas Tech’s defense. They only allowed texas tech to score 21 points, while Notre Dame’s offense scored 42 points.
Texas Tech defeated Notre Dame in a nail-biter Saturday night, 38-37. The Red Raiders were down 37-31 with just over a minute left in the fourth quarter when quarterback Alan Bowman found TJ Vasher for a touchdown.
-Total yards: 384
-Passing yards: 295
-Rushing yards: 89
-Total yards: 512
-Passing yards: 415
-Rushing yards: 97
In their most recent matchup, Notre Dame defeated texas tech 30-27 in a close game. While both teams put up a good fight, Notre Dame ultimately came out on top. Here’s a look at how some of the key players performed in the game:
-Quarterback Ian Book threw for 309 yards and two touchdowns for Notre Dame. He also rushed for 31 yards and a touchdown.
-Running back Kyren Williams had 17 carries for 114 yards and a touchdown for Notre Dame.
-Wide receiver Javon McKinley had six catches for 165 yards and a touchdown for Notre Dame.
-Quarterback Breece Hall had 21 carries for 183 yards and two touchdowns for texas tech He also threw for one touchdown.
-Wide receiver T.J. Vasher had seven catches for 108 yards and a touchdown for Texas Tech.
It was an intense game, but in the end, Notre Dame pulled through and won 28-27. This was a highly anticipated game, as both teams were undefeated going into it. Notre Dame’s quarterback, Ian Book, was named the game’s most valuable player. He threw for two touchdowns and ran for another.
Which team had the better offense?
In looking at the two teams’ offenses, it is difficult to say that one was definitively better than the other. Notre Dame averaged more yards per game, but Texas Tech scored more points per game. Furthermore, Notre Dame had a higher third down conversion rate, but Texas Tech averaged more yards per play.
Looking at these two offenses, it is clear that they both had their strong suits. Notre Dame’s offense was more consistent, while Texas Tech’s offense was more explosive. When comparing the two, it is really a matter of preference as to which is better.
Which team had the better defense?
Notre Dame had the better defense throughout the game, only allowing Texas Tech to score 7 points in the first half. In the second half, Notre Dame’s defense continued to impress, only giving up 3 points. For the game, Notre Dame only allowed 10 points, which is an incredible feat. Notre Dame’s defensive line was able to put constant pressure on Texas Tech’s offense, which caused many problems for the Texas Tech offense.
Which team made more mistakes?
Turnovers are always a big factor in football games, and that was certainly the case in the matchup between Notre Dame and Texas Tech. The Red Raiders turned the ball over four times, compared to just once for the Fighting Irish. In fact, all of Texas Tech’s points came off of Notre Dame turnovers. interceptions by senior defensive backs Alohi Gilman and Julian Love led to short fields for the Red Raider offense, which they cashed in for touchdowns both times. On the other side, junior running back Jafar Armstrong fumbled near midfield late in the game, leading to a Texas Tech field goal that put them ahead for good. In the end, it was turnovers that proved to be the difference in this game.
In the end, Notre Dame won with a score of 35-31. This was a great game with both teams giving it their all until the very end. If you missed it, be sure to check out the highlights!