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ASU-Texas Tech Reaction: Cram – A Tale We All Know Too Well

It’s a tale Texas Tech fans have heard too many times. The Red Raiders have one of the nation’s most prolific offenses and is led by quite possibly the most talented QB in the country. Tech is averaging nearly 50 points per game since the start of the 2015 season while remaining a top five offense in all of college football with more than 8,500 yards gained. But like Kliff…


Cultural Index – Sept. 8, 2016

  “’Cause the levee ain’t dry and the music didn’t die. . . -- Sonny Curtis.   Buddy Holly was born September 7, 1936. It would have been a helluva party this week had he lived and a damn sight better than the movie Hollywood butchered in the 70’s with Gary Busey and whatnot. I live down the road from where Sonny Curtis grew up in Meadow. Trust me, the music...

SWC Rankings – Week 1

College Football season arrived in full force this past weekend and with that arrival came the bloviating of national pundits and fans alike screaming about their conference being the best. This weekend a long dead, but never forgotten conference flexed their muscles to the tune of 8-1 against the competition. That glorious league was the Southwest Conference. Arkansas, Baylor, Houston, SMU, TCU, Texas, Texas A&M, and Texas Tech were victorious…


Upon Further Review – SFA

Everything was planned perfectly for Saturday night’s opening game at Jones AT&T Stadium. The Texas Tech fans were packing the parking lots early to enjoy a full day of college football and even got treated to watching one of Tech’s largest rivals go down in a fantastic game early on. The Frazier Alumni Pavilion was full with scarlet and black, drinks and food, while Mother Nature decided to take a...