Track and Field
Texas Tech men at No.13 in the @USTFCCCA weekly rankings #WreckEm https://t.co/Dyyve4SWgB pic.twitter.com/NkU3akWL8H
— TTU Track & Field/XC (@TTU_TF_XC) February 13, 2017
Recap | Lady Raiders enter Tuesday’s final round in tie for 8th at Lady Puerto Rico Classic.
📰: https://t.co/3OmHrwnXjl#WreckEm pic.twitter.com/bixkahagxW
— Texas Tech W Golf (@TexasTechWGolf) February 13, 2017
After a week of action, ✌️ Red Raiders are in the @Big12Conference‘s top 5⃣ in ERA, while the staff as a whole ranks third. #WreckEm #TIHWR pic.twitter.com/ErvXKTE8yT
— Texas Tech Softball (@TTUSB) February 13, 2017
Red Raider Basketball
Really excited about Jordan Brangers and Josh Webster you guys.
HIGHLIGHTS: @spctexans beats NMJC 104-78. @brangers25 23pts (5-11 3pt), @JWEBPG11 10pts and @twothree_quan with a solid dunk. pic.twitter.com/81TjBd38Nj
— David Collier (@CollieronTV) February 14, 2017
ESPN ranks the Big 12 defensive linemen and Texas Tech ranks dead last:
10. Texas Tech: The Red Raiders fielded the worst defense in the Big 12 — and by default, the worst defense in the Power 5. It was possibly the worst defense in all of the FBS, ranking last in yards allowed per game and among the bottom five in numerous categories. Tech lost its most talented linemen, Breiden Fehoko, who is transferring, plus productive tackle Ondre Pipkins and end Kris Williams. Kolin Hill, Zach Barnes and Mychealon Thomas return in addition to a group of yet-to-emerge prospects that includes Broderick Washington, Joe Wallace and North Texas transfer Eli Howard.
Yesterday, Kansas State head coach Bill Snyder announced that he has throat cancer and he is undergoing treatment:
“I have been diagnosed with throat cancer and have been receiving outpatient treatment at the KU Medical Center for about three weeks and am getting along very well. The doctors and staffs at both KU Med and M.D. Anderson (in Houston, Texas) have been great; working so very well together to finalize the overall treatment plan which is being conducted in Kansas City. Both ‘teams’ have projected a positive outcome and have worked out a schedule that allows me to be in Kansas City for my regular treatments and still be back in the office on a regular basis through the first week of March. Sean, along with our coaching and support staffs, remain highly productive in carrying out their responsibilities keeping us on track.”
Think a good thought for Coach Snyder.