• Texas Tech Baseball At A Turning Point, Basketball Notes, Your Questions And More – A Rainy Monday Broadcast (Dogs Not Included)
  • Culver Declares For NBA, Texas Tech Fans Wait On New Contract For Chris Beard, Baseball With Crucial Series Vs Baylor & Your Questions/Comments. The Thursday Broadcast From Raiderland!
  • 5 Things We Know On A Sunday – The Power Of Wet Dog Odor To Ham And Cheese Sammiches, Dialing For Dates, Texas STARR Tests, & Public Bathrooms. . . Here’s What We Know This Sunday!
  • Virginia Halts Red Raider Dream Season In OT, 85-77 In National Championship Game For The Ages – Our Recap, Your Great Comments And Questions From Raiderland.
  • National Championship Pre-Game Show From Raiderland – Texas Tech Vs Virginia, Your Picks, Predictions And More!

Hyatt: Dodd, Nebraska Should Leave Politics Outside the Stadium

CBS Sportsline writer Dennis Dodd is a fine writer, a good man and couldn’t be more flawed, wrong and misled in his column today when it comes to Nebraska football players disrespecting the National Anthem. Dodd thinks the debate is about the First Amendment to the United States of America’s Constitution. Dodd thinks it is about Free Speech and if you’re against Nebraska football players taking a knee during the…

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Hard Right Podcast – Oct. 10

When he’s not talking sports, Ryan Hyatt is talking politics and more on The Red Dirt Rebel Morning Show, 105.3 FM, in Lubbock. Today he just couldn’t bring himself to talk Trump vs. Clinton, so he went into even more dangerous waters. Chili and Taco Soup recipes. . . .     Check out Hyatt’s Hard Right Commentary each morning at 8:40 on 105.3 FM, The Red Dirt Rebel.

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Five Things We Know on a Sunday

One day, when my son gets older, I’ll be able to explain that I did not compromise the moral and intellectual teachings I’ve tried to instill in him over the years with my vote for President in 2016. John Baumann is going to wear very well in the Texas Country scene over the next few years. He’s got a lot of Robert Earl Keen in his song-writing. If you’re not…

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Instant Analysis – Texas Tech vs. Kansas State

The Raiderland Crew breaks down Texas Tech’s loss to the Wildcats in Manhattan. This One Was on the Offense Travis Cram Forget the fact that Texas Tech’s defense came into Saturday’s game in Manhattan ranked 112th in the nation and dead last in the Big 12 Conference – yes, they’re worse statistically than Kansas, Oklahoma State and Iowa State. Forget that they give up nearly six yards per play and allow…

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Happy Gameday from Raiderland

Happy Game Day in Raiderland and Happy Anniversary as well! That’s right, we’re celebrating a little one-month anniversary with y’all here in Raiderland this weekend. Hard to believe it’s been just a little over four weeks or so since we launched this new site; but time flies when you’re having fun and we’re having a blast. From day one our goal has been to be something different, something fun and…

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Cultural Index – Oct. 6

  Let’s talk about cars today. As some of y’all know I’m a huge NASCAR fan. I came by it honestly with my great-uncle running the Ford house in Amarillo in the 60’s and 70’s. He sponsored a great driver by the name of Kenny Stidd. If you know you’re racing history around these parts you know the name. Today’s Cultural Index Question asks about your first car. What was…

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What has the Biggest Impression on Us as Fans?

It’s a magical time to be a North Texas sports fan. It feels almost as if all the planets and things in the sports universe are aligning once more like a childhood dream. With the Texas Rangers starting the MLB Postseason today as the No. 1 seed in the American League for the first time ever, and the Dallas Cowboys off to a 3-1 start, it reminds me exactly of…

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Raiderland History Lesson – 1933

The 1933 Matador squad would turn in one of the finest seasons in the short history of the nine-year old Texas Tech College on the South Plains of Texas With only a loss in week one to SWC power SMU by a 14-0 score, the Matadors would be setting a tone in the early 30’s for a school knocking on the door for major conference recognition. The season finale would…

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