5 Things We Know On A Sunday – From Comfort TV To How To Watch The Daytona 500, A New Focus For Lubbock Police And What Every H.S. Senior Needs To Know

February 17, 2019

5 Things We Know On A Sunday Some folks have comfort food. I’m pretty sure my son has Comfort TV. This week while he battled the flu he returned to his roots, watching a ton of Duck Dynasty. I think we all probably have shows like that. I haven’t had the flu in a long time, thankfully, but maybe mine would be “Lonesome Dove” or reruns of Northern Exposure. Thanks…

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5 Things We Know On The Final Sunday Of 2018. . .

December 30, 2018

Five Things We Know On A Sunday – The Final Sunday Of 2018 West Texas is The Best Texas. Never forget that! If you had a time machine and brought back some of the founders of the state, original settlers of this land, about the only place they’d recognize today would be here in West Texas. Let’s keep it that way! Whatever it is that you say your passion is,…

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5 Things We Know On A Sunday – From Cornhole To Hammers, George Strait To Patrick Mahomes And Soccer Fields Forever

October 28, 2018

5 Things We Know On A Sunday    That the game of Cornhole is overtaking pitching washers amongst the younger generation is another sure sign of the weakening of our country. It’s like young Americans decided they didn’t have the skill anymore to toss something manly like a washer, a staple of American building and construction, something your great-grandfather would have been proud to toss into a washer pit; and…

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The Sunday Nightcap: Why Texas Tech Needs To Be The Best “Texas Tech” They Can Be When It Comes To Keeping Fans At Games

October 21, 2018

Welcome to the Sunday Nightcap. Each week we sum up the past seven days in Raiderland. This week we touch on a few things football related from the Kansas win, but for the most part we are talking about a column old friend and co-host Don Williams wrote for the A-J this week detailing how Texas Tech is trying to get more fans to the games and then keeping them…

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5 Things We Know On A Sunday – From Patrick Mahomes To Samburgers, SCOTUS Protesters To Folks Who Have A Problem With Texas Tech Being Texas Tech

October 7, 2018

5 Things We Know On A Sunday    When describing people who have “it”, you can’t describe “it”. You just look at the person who has “it” and tell other folks – there ya go, that’s what “it” looks like. Patrick Mahomes has “it”. More and more it seems, there’s a growing faction of folks who say they are loyal to Texas Tech who seem to have a problem with…

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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…

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Thank You, Don Williams For A Great Column On Coach Hyatt

May 22, 2018

I’m so thankful to old friend, old co-host of a radio show that no one remembers and a great DQ taco basket-eating guy in Don Williams for what he wrote about my Dad. For those who don’t know, Coach Hyatt passed away last Wednesday after a multi-year battle with Alzheimers. He finished strong and he was Coach Hyatt until the end. If you don’t know my Dad, you might get…

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“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…

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The Sunday Nightcap – Texas Tech Basketball Avoids The Madness, Baseball Heads Home With A Win & Much More

March 18, 2018

It’s the perfect way to end the weekend. Settle back, grab a fine beverage and lets sort through everything that went on the last few days. This week we’ll take a look at Texas Tech Basketball heading to Boston for a date with Purdue in the NCAA Tournament “Sweet 16” as well as taking stock of where Red Raider Baseball is following a long road trip and opening Big 12…

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