The Red Raiders are three games into the season and find themselves in a difficult position. Texas Tech sits at 1-2 (0-2) headed into Aimes, Ia. to take on no. 24 Iowa State. Like Texas Tech’s last opponent, the Cyclones are riding high after upsetting Oklahoma and taking the Sooners out of the AP top 25.
On top of the difficulty of playing in a stadium where Texas Tech hasn’t won since 2014, the Red Raiders could also be without starting quarterback Alan Bowman. The redshirt sophomore left the game against Kansas State with an apparent leg injury in the first quarter and did not return for the remainder of the game.
“Nothing’s broke. Nothing’s fractured. He’s day-to-day,” Wells said of Bowman’s injury.
When asked if his injury status would change who gets snaps with the first team at practice Wells said “if he doesn’t practice today then [you’ve] got
PERSON OF THE WEEK: Mortgage lenders have now fully realized that the transition to an all-digital mortgage process is critical to their success. While there will always be a need for an in-person, human touch, consumers are expected to increasingly gravitate toward an entirely automated, all-digital mortgage experience.
To an increasing degree, borrower satisfaction will be driven by the quality of the digital mortgage experience that lenders deliver. In other words, technology – and they way it is used – is now a key differentiator. The challenge now is how to build customer loyalty – a task that was difficult before the digital mortgage came to fruition.
To gain some insights into what mortgage lenders should be considering when planning their future technology roadmaps, MortgageOrb interviewed Matt Wood, business solutions manager at Tavant, which offers an all-digital front-end origination platform for mortgage lenders.