The Big 12 announced the television coverage for three games and so many great football links, including Phil Steele’s All-Big 12 team with a handful of Red Raiders making the cut.
Photo via Charles Henry @ Flickr.
Texas Tech on the TV. The Big 12 announced a handful of game times and television options and Texas Tech will play on FOX Sports Net for the Sam Houston St. and UTEP games. Also, Texas Tech will play Texas in Austin at 6:30 on FOX Sports 1 on Thanksgiving for that grand tradition.
NFL Options. CBS Sports has their look at the three NFL options for the 2016 draft: Le’Raven Clark; DeAndre Washington and Pete Robertson.
From 0-10 to 8-5 to ????. Via the FWST, Texas Tech commit Jett Duffey and his Lake Ridge football team are readying for the 2015 season, where they went from 0-10 in 2013 to 8-5 in 2014 and have high expectations for 2015.
Steele’s All-Big 12 Team. Phil Steele released his All-Big 12 team and Alfredo Morales and Le’Raven Clark on the first team, DeAndre Washington and Pete Robertson on the second team. You can check out the link for the rest, but Mike Mitchell makes the third team, which is interesting.
Dauphine Q&A. RedRaiderSports’ Drew Dohnle has a Q&A with RB Corey Dauphine, lots of good stuff there, so check it out:
What was the one determining factor in your decision to be a Red Raider?
“My number one factor was the relationship I had with the coaches, that was one of the main things. All the coaches talked to me during my recruitment and I was able to build something with all of them. I knew their backgrounds and I knew they were hard workers and were about business. I knew I could spend four years with them.”
Mark May. I don’t know why, but I never watch the studio shows. It’s probably because I’m gettin’ my mow on or cleaning toilets or something like that. In any event, via Awful Announcing, Mark May and the rest of the crew will not be back at ESPN. He apprently still has a job at ABC, but he’s not on ESPN. I’ve heard he’s terrible, but Clay Travis is stil on the TV, so I think May can’t be the most terrible until Travis is off the TV.
Missed by One Stroke. Dang it. The men’s golf team missed the top 15 by one stroke in the NCAA Championships, thus ending their season. /stands up and applause/ Good work.