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Tommy Tuberville has left his job in the Big 12 at Texas Tech for a job in the crumbling Big East at Cincinnati. It’s just as perplexing as it sounds. Tuberville’s leaving Texas Tech before a bowl game proves that he was probably never comfortable at Tech. Cincy AD Whit Babcock introduced Tuberville as Butch Jones’ replacement on Saturday. “I’m very proud to welcome Tommy, Suzanne, Tucker and Troy into our Bearcats family,” Babcock said in a release. “Coach Tuberville’s record speaks for itself over the past 17 seasons. It also speaks volumes to the visibility and leadership of our University that we were able to attract such an accomplished coach to lead our program into the future.” And while Tuberville stated that he was perfectly satisfied in Lubbock, that’s obviously not the case or he wouldn’t have left. “I was perfectly satisfied,” Tuberville said. “I had a great home in Lubbock, Texas. The people of west Texas are great people, they love football. Our football team played h
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These days it seems like every college has created a “Gangnam Style” video parody, and we are loathe to share them all. Most tend to be identical, with a mascot and cheerleaders reenacting Psy’s K-pop hit at various campus landmarks. We are making an exception for Texas Tech, who released their take with “Red Raider [...]
Everything had been relatively calm in the Big 12 regarding the coaching carousel that had been spinning like crazy since the end of the regular season. Mike Gundy may or may have not flirted with a few schools in the SEC over the past week, but outside of that, all had been quiet. Nobody was on the hot seat. Every coach in the league was expected back in 2013. That was until Tommy...
CINCINNATI (AP) Tommy Tuberville's next challenge is to turn Cincinnati's already successful football program into something interesting enough to bring out the crowds and get other conferences interested, too.
It would help if he stuck around for a while.
The 58-year-old coach from Texas Tech brought a high-profile name to the football program when he was hired as head...
Austen Bujnoch and his family have seen the many coaching changes over the years at Cincinnati. Saturday night Bujnoch also saw the importance of his new head coach Tommy Tuberville. Bearcat Insider spoke with Bujnoch in this video interview.