What The Hell’s Going On In Lubbock! From The Reagor-Dykes Saga To Dallas Cowboys Football, Ted Cruz & Bet O’Rourke To Buc-ees

August 8, 2018

The latest What The Hell’s Going On In Lubbock podcast with KFYO’s Chad Hasty ventures into a lot of territory this week. After his trip to Austin (working, not pleasure) we look at the latest on the Reagor-Dykes Auto Group saga and how that will impact certain groups in Lubbock. Not only that but we take a look at the Senator Ted Cruz vs Rep. Beto O’Rourke battle for the…


The Thursday Broadcast: Texas Tech Football, Urban Meyer, Paranoid Coaches & Reagor-Dykes Thoughts

August 2, 2018

Here’s the latest from Raiderland. . . We had a Media Day for Texas Tech Football, we looked at the controversy surrounding Urban Meyer at Ohio State and we examined the ongoing hot story in Lubbock about Reagor-Dykes Auto Group. Here’s our look at why coaches are paranoid, what it reveals about the Urban Myer Story and why the Reagor-Dykes issue has so many layers for West Texas. Happy Thursday…


What The Hell’s Going On In Lubbock – The Latest News, Opinion And Analysis From KFYO’s Chad Hasty – Lubbock Loses A Leader, Citizens Tower Update And More

July 19, 2018

Want to know what’s going on in Lubbock? You’re in luck. Chad Hasty from KFYO Radio joins us again to catch us up on the latest in the Hubbaplex. Sadly, the loss of former Councilman David Nelson leads us off this week. Again, we express our condolences to his family and friends. Nelson was a great civic-minded man, never afraid to get involved to better the city and the region….


The Wednesday Broadcast: Lubbock Civic Leader David Nelson Killed In Traffic Accident, Texas Tech Football Thoughts & British Open

July 18, 2018

A hard day in Lubbock. The loss of David Nelson in a traffic accident involving a truck/bicycle in South Lubbock County set a tough mood in town today. We talk about his impact on the city, some Texas Tech Football and more on the Wednesday Broadcast. Be safe out there folks. Hyatt Accident claims life of #Lubbock civic leader, #TexasTech FB, #NASCAR #Eldora, your ?s & Book report #WreckEm https://t.co/xYwChwKIWP…


Texas Tech Vet School: What’s It Worth To You And How Hard Will You Fight For It?

July 9, 2018

How bad do you want it? It really boils down to a simple question. When it comes to Texas Tech getting veterinary school, how hard are Texas Tech officials, regents and alums willing to fight? Because make no mistake, it’s going to be a fight with Texas A&M, the Texas Legislature, “Big Money” interest downstate and more. So, how hard are you willing to fight? Last week in the local…


5 Things We Know On A Sunday – The Memorial Day Edition

May 27, 2018

5 Things We Know On A Sunday     We don’t “celebrate” Memorial Day, we Observe it. At least we should. Is it nit-picking? Old-man complaining? Maybe so, but words and attitudes matter to me. Memorial Day shouldn’t be considered a Holiday. A day off. . . It should be considered a day or reflection and reverence. We’ve got plenty of  “holidays” in America. We need a few more serious days…


5 Things We Know On A Sunday ( Night ) – All About Lubbock’s Vote On The Coliseum/Auditorium Edition

May 6, 2018

5 Things We Know On A Sunday   Lubbock voters did the right, prudent and smart thing in narrowly voting to cede the Coliseum/Auditorium Complex and land back to the State of Texas and Texas Tech University. We won’t go over old ground again, we’ve stated our opinion in this space and others over the last few months why this is the right move for the City of Lubbock right…


“What The Hell’s Going On In Lubbock” – Featuring Chad Hasty – The Coliseum/Auditorium Vote & How It Will Go Down. Maybe.

May 3, 2018

Raiderland contributor Chad Hasty, host of The Chad Hasty Show on KFYO Radio, sat down with us Thursday to look at the biggest issues in Lubbock this week. Will voters agree to abandon the Lubbock Municipal Coliseum and Auditorium? Will they vote no in a “Protest Vote” against the Lubbock City Council? Why are folks in Lubbock County trying to get a Restraining Order against the City of Lubbock when…