Texas Tech offensive coordinator Neal Brown joined Sportsline Tuesday morning to discuss the Red Raiders offense, what his concerns are and what he believes the strengths of the unit to be.

“Well I will tell you what I feel good about first,” Brown said. “And I feel really confident in our quarterback. He’s coming back as a returning starter and last year he played really his first live action in five years and I thought he handled himself well.”

Brown also mentioned that the receivers unit could be an area of strength as it returns all of the position players from a year ago, minus Adam James.

Running back is the top concern for Texas Tech’s offense in Brown’s eyes.

“As far as concerns,” Brown said. “The number one concern for us right now is just at that running back spot. We have DeAndre Washington coming off an ACL injury, Eric Stephens coming off an ACL injury. If both of those guys come back then that concern will turn into a strength quickly.”

Brown feels that even if one, or neither, of those two guys is able to come back from injury the Red Raiders will be able to handle the load with Kenny Williams and SaDale Foster.

Great listen and insight into Texas Tech’s offense.