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Ultimate Road Trip Playlist – TCU

F. Scott Fitzgerald is our resident music expert here in Raiderland. Having seen more concerts than the rest of the staff combined, many of which he can remember, Scott is ready to help you get your weekend started with his weekly playlist. So, download it, crank it up and rep Raiderland wherever you go! F. Scott’s Ultimate Raiderland Playlist For The TCU Weekend “Idalou” – Josh Abbott.   Start as you…

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A Record Texas Tech Doesn’t Want

  The name Texas Tech has become synonymous with offensive records for the last 16 years. Patrick Mahomes solidified several more in the NCAA, FBS and Big 12 record books last week for the Red Raiders who are on a scorching pace in passing (542.7) and record-breaking total offense (640.3). But there is one record looming on the horizon that Tech doesn’t want to write. With just five games to…

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Cultural Index Thursday – Oct. 27

Last week we had a column where we made you the Motivation Coach for Texas Tech football. You could show them any movie you wanted to. Well, whatever you showed the offense worked. Whatever you showed the defense…not so much. This week on our Cultural Index Question we’ll revisit the movie theme. Several of the nominations were war movies. So, we’ll continue on that road this week and get your…

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Schovanec Apologizes For Student & Fan Behavior

Texas Tech University President Lawrence Schovanec issued an apology for the inappropriate behavior by “students and fans” on Saturday at Jones AT&T Stadium, in a statement released by the university on Wednesday. “Texas Tech University deeply regrets the behavior of some students and fans at Saturday night’s football game against the University of Oklahoma. The behavior displayed is not representative of Texas Tech, its students, faculty, staff and alumni. “The…

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SWC Rankings – Week 8

This week’s Southwest Conference rankings are sure to be controversial. I had a hard time justifying most of these rankings because after the Aggies and Bears, most teams were just plain awful this past week. Even my beer selection will illicit some controversy in the craft beer community. So without any further delay, here’s Week 8. Texas A&M (6-1 overall, 4-1 conference) The Aggies kept it close on the road…

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A Young Tech Father’s Humility

There is nothing like enjoying a game with your son. That has truly become one of the greatest joys in my life to this day – especially as my boy grows older and his love for sports grows along with it. I lost a lot of those chances for those memories over the last 10 years as a sports writer and SID. This was our first Texas Tech football season…

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Five Things We Know on a Sunday

I watched nearly every Chicago Cubs game possible in 1984. It was perfect. Lots of day games in the summer, almost always on WGN and then road games you could find on WOR ( Mets ) WTBS ( Braves ) and ( HSE ) Astros. I can still recite the entire line-up. Ryne Sandberg was the last athlete I’d ever have a poster of in my room. I was a…

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