Found February 07, 2013 on
It appears that some Texas Tech fans have a fantastic sense of humor. On National Signing Day, when head coaches wait by the fax machine to receive Letters of Intent from their commitments, some Texas Tech fans decided to send something else to new Cincinnati Head Coach Tommy Tuberville. In case you didn’t know, Tuberville allegedly left Texas Tech recruits at dinner at the 50-yard Line Steakhouse and then took the job at Cincinnati the next day. These Red Raider fans thought it would be a great idea to send him a menu from the restaurant, since he apparently never even looked at one. This might be one of the best trolling moments in all of college football history.In case you can’t read the fax cover letter, this is what it says:Date: 2-06-2013From: Texas Tech NationTo: Tommy Tuberville and staff.MEMO Was thinking of you. . . We will miss you . . . Here is an intent letter to remember us bySigned XoXXOOxxoo WreckEmTech [SB Nation]
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Oh, those clever Texas Tech fans. If they aren't tossing tortillas onto the field for reasons unexplained, they're sending prank faxes to former football coaches.
You probably remember the story of how Tommy Tuberville is alleged to have left Texas Tech for Cincinnati. The story goes that he was at dinner with a Texas Tech recruit in Lubbock, Texas, when he abruptly got...
Tommy Tuberville left Texas Tech for Cincinnati in December, and Red Raiders fans aren’t about to forget about the way he made his exit.
A highly-publicized report from December quoted a recruit who said Tuberville left them in the middle of dinner and didn’t return. Tuberville says he didn’t leave in the middle of dinner, but that he accepted the Cincinnati job the next day...
Back in December, we told you about how then Texas Tech head coach Tommy Tuberville left a group of recruits at dinner
the day before accepting the head job at Cincinnati. The story was a hot topic for a day or two which led to Tuberville having to withstand a barrage of questions on the matter from Dan Patrick.
Most of us moved on and forgot about Tuberville’s handling of the...
Tommy Tuberville left Texas Tech to take the job at Cincinnatti back in December, and he left amid some serious scrutiny. As we reported then, recruits and other suggested that Tuberville left and took the job in the middle of dinner.
Tuberville of course denied that it happened that way, and states he was offered the job the following day. Either way, the damage was done.
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LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) -- First-year coach Kliff Kingsbury staff got a late start recruiting but says he and his young staff signed players who will fit Texas Tech's immediate needs on the offensive line.
Kingsbury said Wednesday that some of the five offensive linemen could play right away. He also stressed speed on defense and offense and believes his staff, some of whom played...
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