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Rylan Reed Named to ESPN All-Bowl Team

Texas Tech offensive tackle chosen for outstanding efforts at Gator Bowl.


Written by Chris Cook

Texas Tech offensive tackle Rylan Reed helped the offensive line to hold Virginia's defensive end to four tackles and a quarterback hurry in the Gator Bowl Jan. 1.

Texas Tech offensive tackle Rylan Reed of Dallas was named to the ESPN All-Bowl Team for his efforts in the Red Raiders’ 31-28 Gator Bowl win over then-No. 20 Virginia, the network announced on its Web site.

Reed and his offensive line teammates held Virginia All-America defensive end Chris Long to four tackles and a quarterback hurry and limited one of the nation’s premier sacks specialists to no sacks. Reed also helped spring Aaron Crawford’s game-tying touchdown in the waning minutes of the game.

Reed also was named to the All-Mayday Team, selected by ESPN college football analyst Mark May. The team consists of student-athletes who have overcome hardship on or off the field, but have excelled athletically. Reed is a cancer survivor.


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Nov 14, 2017