West Virginia traveled to west Texas telling anyone that would listen that they would not take the Red Raiders lightly; the phrase "trap game" was not in the Mountaineers' vocabulary.
Tuberville and Texas Tech worked their gameplan to perfection.
They may not have known what it was, but the end result looked like Texas Tech had caught them by surprise, as the No. 4 ranked Mountaineers were blown out 49-14.
Doege finished the game 32-of-42 for 499 yards and six touchdowns.
Tight end Jace Amaro (five catches, 156 yards and 1 TD) and Darrin Moore (nine catches, 92 yards, 3 TDs) were his favorite targets, although 11 Red Raiders caught a ball on the afternoon.
Texas Tech was equally as effective on the ground, carrying 29 times for 168 yards (a 5.8 yard average) on the day, with SaDale Foster hitting the Mountaineers with a shot to the gut thanks to his 53 yard dash for a score that put the home team up 35-7 at halftime.
West Virginia's Geno Smith threw for 275 yards and a score, with no interceptions, but had 26 incompletions and struggled to find open receivers as Stedman Bailey sat out the whole second half with a presumed ankle injury.
Running back Andrew Buie also struggled after his 207 yard performance last week, running 21 times for 71 yards.
West Virginia will have to recoup quickly as they head home to play No. 5 ranked Kansas State in a night game in Morgantown.