LUBBOCK, TX -NOVEMBER 22: A general view of the football field and fans at Jones SBC Stadium during the game between the Oklahoma Sooners and Texas Tech Red Raiders on November 22, 2003 in Lubbock, Texas. The Sooners won 56-25. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)Texas Tech starting quarterback Alan Bowman suffered a scary injury during Saturday’s loss to West Virginia. He left the game after being hurt, and afterwards TT head coach Kliff Kingsbury confirmed Bowman suffered a partially collapsed lung.As of this morning, Bowman remains at Covenant Hospital in Lubbock. It doesn’t seem like he is in any danger, but continues to be monitored and cared for.Bowman has already been declared out indefinitely.Tech official says QB Alan Bowman still at Covenant Hospital this morning, being treated and monitored for the partially collapsed lung he suffered Saturday.— Don Williams (@AJ_DonWilliams) October 3, 2018Before his injury, Bowman was off to a blistering start to his college career. A 6-foot-3 freshman, he has thrown for 1,680 yards, 11 touchdowns and three interceptions on the season.His top performance was a 605-yard, five touchdown output in a 63-49 shootout win over Houston in Week 3.Records broken on this play:➡️ #TexasTech single game receiving yards (Antoine Wesley, 261)➡️ Big 12 single-game freshman passing record (Alan Bowman, 605 yards, a record previously held by @PatrickMahomes5 ?)?#WreckEm⚫️ pic.twitter.com/UMrRgLugA9— Texas Tech Football (@TexasTechFB) September 15, 2018Texas Tech is 3-2 on the season following the loss to West Virginia. They have a bye week this Saturday, and will play again on Thursday, Oct. 11 against TCU.The game against the Horned Frogs will be aired on ESPN at 7:30 p.m. ET.