Things I’ll Never Understand – From Paying College Football Players To M*A*S*H, TCU Fans To North Korea.

August 9, 2017

Things I’ll Never Understand – The Random Edition     For the life of me, I’ll never understand why . . .       M*A*S*H  isn’t on TV each night at 10:30 right after the late, local news. America would be better for it.   why folks don’t want college football players and other college athletes to be paid for the work they do for the school. It’s jealously…

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Texas Tech Football Scrimmage Overreaction & Why College Football Should Play Preseason Games – The R&D Podcast In Living Color

August 7, 2017

This week’s R&D Podcast (No Research, Little Development) with Ryan Hyatt and KAMC 28 Sports Director David Collier dares to go where no sports analyst should ever go. They try and come up with concrete, definitive statements regarding what happened at Texas Tech Football’s scrimmage this weekend. Obviously they are brave men. In addition, Hyatt asks why college football can’t have preseason games like the NFL? Texas Tech scrimmages New…

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5 Things We Know On A Sunday – August 6, 2017 The NASCAR/Soccer, Jerry Jones/John Gierach Edition

August 6, 2017

5 Things We Know On A Sunday – August 6, 2017       If you’ll admit it, if you’ll be honest with yourself and others, a sausage biscuit is better than an egg and sausage biscuit. The egg just gets in the way and it’s never done right. Meanwhile, the sausage and biscuit is just steps away from a sandwich with a little cheese and maybe even drifting into…

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5 Things We Know On A Sunday – July 30, 2017 – From Adrian Beltre to LP&L, Texas Teacher Pay to The Matador Song. . .

July 30, 2017

5 Things We Know On A Sunday – July 30, 2017       Yes Virginia, Adrian Beltre is the greatest Texas Rangers player of all-time. I say that looking at a painting of Nolan Ryan in my office. For the folks in Lubbock, the problem isn’t what LP&L is charging you for electricity: the problem is that LP&L has become the loan-shark, bill collector for the City of Lubbock….

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Headlines From 2057 – Texas Tech Holds Off LCU 72-70 For SWC Regional 7v7 Championship!

July 27, 2017

Headlines from 2057 – Texas Tech Holds Off LCU 72-70 For Regional 7v7 Title July 28, 2057 – Lubbock, Texas – Associated Reuters.   Texas Tech’s 7v7 squad held off Lubbock Christian University 72-70 Tuesday afternoon to claim the Southwest Conference 7v7 football regional title for 2057. The win marked the first championship for Texas Tech during the “non-contact” football era, which started ten years ago with the break-up of…

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5 Things We Know On A Sunday – July 23, 2017 From Storage Units to College Roommates, Mike Leach to Charlie Robison

July 23, 2017

5 Things We Know On A Sunday – July 23, 2017       If you think you’re into Texas Country Music and you don’t have nearly everything Charlie and Bruce Robison have done, you’re not into Texas Country Music. There’s nothing cooler than going to lunch with your old college roommate along with his wife and son, and seeing all the cool things about the young man you saw…

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A Few Things I’ll Never Understand – Hyatt’s Weekly Column – A Tribute To Lubbock Legend The Ranch House Restaurant

July 12, 2017

I’ll never understand why. . .    a great city like Lubbock let the Ranch House Restaurant go by the wayside. . . This one is painful. Eating places come and go. The Ranch House was different. It was anachronistic even twenty years ago. It was a throwback to a time folks ate real food for breakfast. You could get a chicken fried stake for breakfast. With great gravy and…

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A Few Things I’ll Never Understand – Hyatt’s Weekly Column

July 5, 2017

I’ll never understand why . . .    some folks feel the need to risk their lives and the lives of their kids by pulling stupid stunts with fireworks. Every year you see and hear about idiots needlessly getting hurt. Makes no sense to me. Biggest problem I have is putting your kids in danger. Be an idiot on your own time. I’d have no problem if Lubbock draconianly enforced…

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