— Texas Tech Tennis (@TexasTechTennis) January 19, 2017
Lady Raider Basketball
— Lady Raider WBB (@LadyRaiderWBB) January 19, 2017
D1Baseball has their preview ($) for Texas Tech, and you can’t see most of it, but you do get to see what they project to be as the starting lineup, which includes three freshmen starting, which includes Josh Jung starting at third base, Michael Berglund at catcher and John McMillon at right field. JUCO transfer Cameron Warren starting at DH. I would defnitely watch JUCO Connor Beck, the former TCU player, to make a push at one of the outfield spots.
— Texas Tech Baseball (@TTU_Baseball) January 19, 2017
Red Raider Basketball
David Collier has some highlights in South Plains 93-72 win over Howard, where Josh Webtser finished with 10 points, 8 rebounds and 8 assists, while Jordan Brangers had 30 points on 10 of 19 from the field and 8 of 15 from the three-point line. Be excited.
— David Collier (@CollieronTV) January 20, 2017
Well, yesterday was a tad bit eventful. The departure of Breiden Fehoko, I think we had a lot to process. With that, the official site announced the addition of 13 players to the roster while Fehoko, DE Gary Moore and WR Michael Coley are no longer on the team. The 13 players includes the 12 that we’ve known about, but also includes walk-on DL Tyler Carr from Amarillo (Hudl profile) who stands 6’5″/250.
The other 12 include the following: Will Farrar, Jack Anderson, Dawson Deaton, Bronson Boyd, Xavier Martin, Nelson Mbanasor, McLane Carter, Jacob Hines, Tony Jones, Vaughnte Dorsey, Jaylon Lane and Octavious Morgan. I’ll have more on the football roster release in a separate post.
Miscellaneous . . . RRS’s Will McKay talked with incoming freshman walk-on quarterback Luke Gonsioroski and it’s definitely worth your time . . . via College Football Talk, Mike Leach isn’t real impressed with those SEC offenses and doesn’t think the SEC is on any sort of different level (really, Alabama is, as is Clemson, but other than those two SEC teams, the SEC is right there with everyone else) . . . SAEN’s Mike Finger has an excellent article about Texas Longhorn coach Tom Herman attempting to control the media, parents and his message isn’t going according to plan . . .