Huge game against Cal tonight. Remember, if you bring your ticket for the SFA game, you get in free to the John Walker Soccer Complex for FREE! Match starts at 7:00 pm. Go support these ladies!
— Texas Tech Soccer (@TexasTechSoccer) September 1, 2016
The volleyball team will be in North Dakota for three matches in two days, September 2-3, playing South Dakota State and North Dakota State on Friday and then playing North Dakota on Saturday.
— TexasTech Volleyball (@TTUVball) September 1, 2016
Lady Raider Basketball
Set your Palm Pilots part I.
— Lady Raider WBB (@LadyRaiderWBB) September 1, 2016
Set your Palm Pilots part II.
— TexasTech Basketball (@TexasTechMBB) September 1, 2016
LAJ’s Don Williams writes about how the start for Gary Moore is meaningful for him because he will be playing against one of his teammates from Clarksville, CB H.B. Rosser, from their days of playing basketball:
“He was my point guard,” Moore said. “He was my quarterback in high school. I was a receiver. Me and H.B., we’ve been friends for a long time, as long as I can remember. We were so close, for a while we started calling each other brothers.”
Williams also has a general sports notebook with one real football note, that Ondre Pipkins has good feet, so there’s that.
RRS’s Aaron Dickens recpas last night’s radio show with Chris Level, Kliff Kingsbury and David Gibbs. I found the bit with Gibbs the most interesting, he hasn’t talked very much all spring and he may not talk all that much this season. There’s a lot there, but here’s a bit from Gibbs:
… Gibbs said that Ondre Pipkins is as big and athletic as any nose guard in the Big 12. “He’ll have a great year for us. Knock on wood, hope he stays healthy.”
… Gibbs said that Kolin Hill is one of the defense’s better players. “His name will be known by the time he leaves Texas Tech.”
Miscellaneous Land Grant Gauntlet has a terrific Big 12 schedule that all fits on one page . . . Frank The Tank has a look at Big 12 expansion with the general thought that both politics matter greatly as do academics and geography sort of matters . . .