Found May 08, 2013 on
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You can get over on one of those old ball coaches, those old guys who don't quite know who Jay-Z is and have somebody else type their e-mails for them.
But Texas Tech football coach Kliff Kingsbury is a single, 33-year-old man. He was barely out of college when Facebook came out. He knows what's up.
So he sent his players a little message as they exited spring football this year, making all that perfectly known. It included the following message:
Message to all texas tech football players twitter.comAlfredo56TTUs Alfredo Morales (@Alfredo56TTU) May 7, 2013
And he gets all of your The Hangover references, too, so don't even try.
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College campuses across the country will be sending students home for the summer over the next couple of weeks, which must be a great source of anxiety for coaches. The less time players spend with their teams, the more opportunities they have to get into trouble and out of shape. Texas Tech football coach Kliff Kingsbury is aware of that and is trying to stay ahead of the curve...
Texas Tech’s new head football coach, Kliff Kingsbury, is just 33-years of age. While he may lack the experience that some of his peers have, he’s got an advantage on them in the communication department. Kingsbury demonstrated that this week in a letter to his players before they left for summer break.
Offensive lineman Alfredo Morales posted the photo below:
Message to all...
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