Back in July, 4-star guard Kevin McCullar announced his decision to play for the Red Raiders. After reclassifying, McCullar received his diploma on Wednesday and will enroll at Texas Tech, maybe as early as Friday.
Tech was ranked No.13 last week and have been moved up to No. 11. They have two home games this week and then the Red Raiders will travel to New York next week to face No. 2 Duke at Madison Square Garden.
The Lubbock Chamber of Commerce is encouraging members of the Lubbock business community and residents around the area to fly their Texas Tech flag Saturday morning as a way to welcome upcoming football coach Matt Wells.
Even before Kliff Kingbury was officially let go as the Texas Tech Red Raiders football coach, there were rumors that Clemson Defensive Coordinator Brent Venables would be a leading candidate to take over in Lubbock.
Texas Tech has fired Football Coach Kliff Kingsbury the day after losing to Baylor, according to Texas Tech Athletic Director Kirby Hocutt. Hocutt will address the media regarding the future of the Red Raider football program at 2 p.m. CT this afternoon.
Texas Tech Director of Athletics Kirby Hocutt will address the media regarding the future of the Red Raider football program at 2 p.m. CT this afternoon inside the north end zone club area of Jones AT&T Stadium.
It is a typical Texas shootout, aided by commendable offenses and on-again-off-again defenses, as the Baylor Bears went up against Texas Tech for the last regular-season game of the year with bowl eligibility at stake.
For the fifth consecutive week, the Red Raiders are going into a game trying to become bowl eligible. This time, they will face the 5-6 Baylor Bears in Arlington, TX, in the Texas Farm Bureau Shootout.
When the 5-6 Red Raiders face 5-6 Baylor at 11:00 a.m. Saturday at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, the winner will be bowl eligible and get extra practices and an extra game with the Seniors. The loser will have their season come to an end.
The Texas Tech Red Raiders completed their first home stand of the season a perfect 3-0 as they topped Southeastern Louisiana 59-40. Texas Tech has now won 41 straight games against non-conference opponents at home at the United Supermarkets Arena.
Getting back to back wins to open the season, the Red Raider basketball team (2-0) closes out their three game homestand hosting Southeastern Louisiana 6:30pm Tuesday night at the United Supermarkets Arena
Texas Tech was able to score quickly in the first half, but other than that it seemed an uneventful back-and-forth game with little highlights from both teams. But things quickly sped up before the end of the half.