• The Wednesday Broadcast: Pat Mahomes Best Red Raider Ever In The NFL? Can Texas Tech Break Through The Oklahoma State Jinx? Lots Of Your Questions Answered
  • The Tuesday Broadcast: Texas Tech’s Okie State Problem. And Cheeseburgers….
  • The Sunday Nightcap Podcast: Texas Tech Answers Questions, Patrick Mahomes Making History And The Story Of The 1978 UH/Texas Tech Game And The Black Jerseys
  • 5 Things We Know On A Sunday – From Marching Bands To Spelling Tests, Local Politicos To Cookies
  • Raiderland Rewind: Texas Tech Gets A Statement Win, 63-49 over Houston

You put what??? On your fries? Cultural Index Question!

Happy Thursday y’all. A little late getting to ya, but I’ve been busy getting ready to head out to Texas Motor Speedway and another NASCAR weekend. Laugh all you want but unless you’ve been there you don’t know the party you’re missing. It reminds me of an old Waylon Jennings line – “you’re the only intellectual your screwing, hoss”. . . So, we need a Cultural Index Question in order…

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Dear Texas Tech Football Fans – A Letter From A Longtime Tech Observer

Hyatt wrote something a couple of weeks ago entitled “Dear Kliff..” and it generated some interesting responses. Responses that make me continue to wonder what the Texas Tech fan base is turning into…   My reply.   Dear Alumni and Fans,   We’re not even through spring practice and I’m already dreading the 2017 football season. Not because of what will happen on the gridiron, but because of what will…

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Lubbock City Councilwoman Puts College Baseball Hall Of Fame On The Clock. Is The Dream Dead In Lubbock?

Lubbock City Councilwoman Karen Gibson told KFYO Radio host Chad Hasty on Wednesday that unless the National College Baseball Foundation, AKA the College Baseball Hall of Fame can come up with at least 1.5 million dollars by May 1, 2017 plus the ability to “sustain” the Hall of Fame’s operations going forward, the deal may be dead regarding the use of land in down town Lubbock. This could end the…

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Texas Tech’s Challenge? Keeping Generations Connected As The University Grows And Changes! Can students of today relate to those of the past?

Greetings on a Tuesday night from Raiderland   We had a dirt storm today; it got chilly in the morning, warmed up in the afternoon, rained a bit and might freeze tonight. So ya, it’s early April in Raiderland!   I had lunch today with a couple of old Red Raiders, one a friend from high school (we’ll call him “Art Vandelay”) and Texas Tech as well. We told semi-true…

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5 Things We Know On A Sunday – April 2, 2017

5 Things We Know On A Sunday   The Garth Brooks/Trisha Yearwood concert in Lubbock exceeded my expectations. I got to see opening night on Thursday. I don’t know how the man puts on five shows like that over four days. Pretty impressive. You go through stages as a fan. From when you’re a kid and you can’t imagine why someone would “quit playing” (retire) to when the folks retiring…

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Texas Tech Announces New Football Season Ticket Package – “Revolving Raiders” Program Launched

Texas Tech officials announced a ground-breaking new football season ticket package Saturday in Frisco as the Red Raiders got set to play one of their spring games at the Dallas Cowboys practice facility, The Star.   For the first time ever Texas Tech football fans will be able to purchase partial-game seats for a full season under the school’s newly created “Revolving Raiders” package. The plan allows fans to purchase…

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Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood Take Over Lubbock – Cultural Index Thursday March 30, 2017

The insanity begins tonight in the Hubbaplex. Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood begin a run of roughly 37 consecutive concerts at the United Supermarket Arena as well as take their rightful place as your kind and gentle Overlords from Oklahoma. Rent is due on the 5th. Don’t be late. . . So, we’ll celebrate the shows today and let you wander where you will with your Cultural Index comments. Maybe…

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