Posted October 01, 2013 on
For the third-straight season the Red Raiders and Jayhawks will meet for an 11 a.m. kickoff, which has proven to be a spark for Kansas. But the spark only lasted so long before Texas Tech took over and won both of those games.
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Kliff Kingsbury and his staff at Texas Tech have been mining the junior college ranks looking for players to make an immediate impact in Lubbock next fall. It appears that the Red Raiders have found a key piece of that puzzle in the Mississippi delta in Coahoma CC defensive lineman Keland McElrath. The Tennessee native reports that he is excited about the direction of the Texas Tech program.
Texas Tech's Kliff Kingsbury is set to take on Kansas' Charlie Weis in a battle of two coaches who couldn't be more different.
Red Raider Nation was alerted to the 21st football commitment of the 2014 class with the familiar "BOOOM!" from Texas Tech recruiting coordinator Jason Reed's Twitter account.
Here are some notes from the Red Raiders weekly media luncheon.
SAN MARCOS, TEXAS -- Scout presents highlights of Cibolo (Texas) Steele running back Justin Stockton, a Texas Tech commit, versus San Marcos (Texas)...
SAN MARCOS, TEXAS -- Scout caught up with Texas Tech commit Deionte Noel, an offensive lineman out of Cibolo (Texas) Steele, after his team's 51-7 win. Noel talks Texas Tech, his season, and more...
Kliff Kingsbury was the starting quarterback the only time Texas Tech lost to Kansas. The 34-year old coach was reminded of that fact during Monday’s press conference.