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Texas Tech’s Jace Amaro vs. No. 24 TCU Thursday night offers the entire country the opportunity to catch a glimpse of one of the more exciting tight end prospects. Texas Tech’s Jace Amaro features the size and speed to create mismatches all over the field.It’ll be interesting to see how TCU tries to defend Amaro. They have highly talented cover-man Jason Verrett, but his lack of size and bulk would make it tough for him to matchup against Amaro. However, Verrett features excellent quickness and has a great feel for the position. Even if TCU doesn’t use Verrett on Amaro...
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TCU and Texas Tech were treated to a little surprise in the third quarter of their game in Lubbock.
A fox was seen running along the sidelines behind TCU's bench, and the poor animal looked scared out of his mind.
Eventually, the fox was captured, but not before TCU missed a much needed field goal while the shenanigans were going on. One guess as to who set the fox loose!...
Ah, good ol’ Bangin’ Bertha. A Texas Tech tradition unlike any other – one lucky student gets to ring the bell and look like they’re intensely beating off on a football field in front of the entire nation. This is what dreams are made of.
As you can see from the GIF above, the newest Texas Tech bell-ringer got victimized by a bad ESPN camera angle last night. Though it was...
Texas Tech has a tradition of ringing a cowbell bell during its games, and things were no different during Thursday’s Texas Tech-TCU matchup. Unfortunately for the bell ringer, he’ll now be famous for all the wrong reasons.
The guy has clearly learned from the best at Tech:
Texas Tech would end up winning, 20-10.
Tonight’s Texas Tech-TCU game has been full of crazy calls and weird plays. After seeing Danny Trevathan drop a sure pick 6 before crossing the goal line, I thought I would never see it again. Dre Washington wanted to make sure Danny had company. Lucky for him, after the placed the ball on the 1/2 yard line the Red Raiders scored. When did this new trend start of just dropping...
Oh man. Among the many traditions that Texas Tech University maintains, the long-practiced bell-ringing that occurs during Red Raiders home football games at Jones AT&T Stadium in Lubbock may be the most awkwardly and unintentionally hilarious. And on Thursday night, as the Red Raiders hosted the TCU Horned Frogs, ESPN cameras caught the bell-ringer guy […]The post Texas...
This Texas Tech girl rages against the call, dropping an f-bomb on national TV, and immediately regrets it afterwards.
Three Texas Tech Red Raider girls went hard when the beat to Radioactive dropped during a referee review in Thursday night's TCU game.
Texas Tech's DeAndre Washington for the uncontested touchdown. Nope. [TBL]
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Texas Tech's traditional bell-ringer was as enthusiastic as ever after the Red Raiders had built a 10-0 lead against TCU.
Texas Tech upset No. 24 TCU on Thursday night at Jones AT&T Stadium, marking the first Big 12 Conference victory for Kliff Kingsbury.
Maybe I have to play football at a high level to fully understand this, but I really can’t wrap my brain around how players keep dropping the ball before they cross the goal line. The latest inexplicable brain toot came from Texas Tech running back DeAndre Washington in a 20-10 win over TCU on Thursday […]
Congratulations, Texas Tech, you beat the No. 24-ranked team in the country in TCU. It's a good win, but not even remotely field-rush worthy.
Texas Tech receiver Eric Ward is the Big 12 leader with 16 receptions, and he'll go head to head with one of the Big 12's best defenses tonight when the Red Raiders host TCU in an early season conference tilt. Fox Sports Southwest caught up with Ward before this week's game to talk about a variety of subjects.
You're leading the Big 12 in receptions, but how would...
TCU opens Big 12 conference play as they head to Lubbock for a battle against Texas Tech.
Josh Moore knew it was only a matter of time until he landed his first Division 1 offer, but he didn’t expect it to come from The Lone Star State. The Olathe (KS) North junior picked up his first offer this week from Texas Tech. Go Inside as Moore talks about the Red Raiders…