Texas Tech Volleyball
Texas Tech volleyball is now 15-12 on the season, 4-10 in the Big 12 and with their season sweep of TCU yesterday, they are assured of a winning record for the regular season, the first time this has happened since 2001. Congrats to Tom Graystone and the entire team.
RECAP – Red Raiders Get Milestone Win with Sweep at TCU
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Lady Raider Basketball
The Lady Raiders get back on the right side of the ledger and win their first game of the year.
Catch up on today’s win against Florida A&M!
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Texas Tech Tennis
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Texas Tech Basketball
Get to know junior newcomer Josh Webster, who makes a mean spaghetti…with bacon.
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Texas Tech Admin
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Texas Tech Football
The Giants and the Chiefs are playing this weekend and as NY Daily News’ Pat Leonard writes, the matchup of Davis Webb vs. Patrick Mahomes will have to wait:
“It wasn’t bad. I wasn’t mad at him. I wasn’t mad at anybody. I was just anxious,” Webb said of transferring, something he never could have foreseen entering college. “I rooted Pat on his last year at Tech, my last year at Cal. I watched every Tech game on film and live TV. He and I are really close. We would meet together every day, we were in the same room with Kliff. That was a great room.”
“Kliff went with the hot hand,” he added. “I would, too, if I was the coach in that situation. I wasn’t too upset, I just wanted an opportunity. So I move on to Cal, was voted captain there, had great teammates, so it was worth it.”
The BC Lions’ Matt Baker profiles former Red Raider footballer Micah Awe:
Once the final whistle is blown to end your season, the day-to-day grind can change in an instant. Just ask Micah Awe: along with getting prepared to tackle his winter workout routine, the stud linebacker has already started a pretty important offseason job at the University of Illinois. The Petroleum Engineering major from Texas Tech will be spending most of his days working on a project funded by the Department of Energy in the United States.
“Right now I am just getting started so it’s a lot of paperwork and getting my email ready, but I’m working on core analysis and reservoir simulations. That is more of what I specialized in back in college,” Awe explained.
Miscellaneous . . . Heartland College Sports’ Pete Mundo previews Texas Tech and TCU . . .