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Texas Tech Spring Football: New Assistant Coaches Must Improve Critical Position Groups

As Texas Tech football continues its spring practices, new assistant coaches must have a huge impact on three position groups that underperformed in 2016. Under Kliff Kingsbury, the Texas Tech football program has made an annual tradition of shuffling the lineup of assistant coaches every offseason.  This year, in what virtually everyone considers to be […] Texas Tech Spring Football...
Via Wreck'Em Red
3 days ago

Kliff Kingsbury will return as coach at Texas Tech

Kliff Kingsbury will return to Texas Tech next season, the school's athletic director said on Sunday. The Red Raiders went 5-7 this season in Kingsbury's fourth as the program's head coach. They beat TCU and Baylor, but Texas Tech had the worst defense in college football as they allowed a nation-worst 44 points per game. Athletic Director Kirby Hocutt said the season was "disappointing...
Via Larry Brown Sports
November 27, 2016  |  Discuss

Kliff Kingsbury shares hilarious story about why he went into coaching

Kliff Kingsbury has had so much success at Texas Tech at such a young age that you probably would figure he’s a natural who knew he was going into coaching his entire life. But that’s not at all the case. In fact, Kingsbury recently revealed the reason he went into coaching in the first place, and it’s a pretty funny one. Kingsbury, who played at Texas Tech, played three...
Via Larry Brown Sports
September 02, 2016  |  Discuss

Texas Tech using fake Twitter accounts to track players

Being a college football player is hard these days, with pitfalls aplenty. One pitfall that gets teams and players in trouble on a regular basis is social media, which is why Texas Tech is using subterfuge to track its players’ social media accounts. Speaking with A.J. Hawk on "The HawkCast" podcast recently, Texas Tech head coach Kliff Kingsbury discussed this tactic, among other...
Via Sportsnaut
August 26, 2016  |  Discuss

The Flea Tipper carries TCU… and teaches Kliff Kingsbury a lesson

You might recall a game played 18 years ago. A national title contender played a Big 12 road game. Then came Matt Davison, riding to Nebraska’s rescue against Missouri: That was 1997. The play was called “The Flea Kicker.” Nebraska went on to win a share of the national championship with Michigan. * That Nebraska-Missouri game, of course, was played later in the season. For...
Via The Student Section
September 26, 2015  |  Discuss

Texas A&M’s Kevin Sumlin Comments On Feud Between Kliff Kingsbury, Bret Bielema

You can expect a number of college football coaches to get asked about the feud between Texas Tech’s Kliff Kingsbury and Arkansas’ Bret Bielema. Kingsbury said Bielema “got his ass kicked” after the Red Raiders’ defeat of the Razorbacks on Saturday. Bielema responded yesterday.  Kevin Sumlin was asked about the rift today.  The Texas A&M coach didn’t have much to...
Via College Spun
September 22, 2015  |  Discuss

Bret Bielema throws jabs at Kliff Kingsbury, but he’s already lost the fight

While Bret Bielema continues to dig deeper in the asteroid crater he has already carved into the earth, you have to give him one thing: he keeps being himself. For about the 75th time this season, Bielema’s mouth has bitten off more than it can chew after Saturday’s home loss to a marginal Big 12 opponent in Texas Tech. Following the loss in his media availability on Monday,...
Via The Student Section
September 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Bret Bielema to Kliff Kingsbury: ‘Don’t be so sensitive’

Arkansas head coach Bret Bielema, who isn’t exactly known for a reserved style in front of a microphone, unsuccessfully tried to downplay the aftermath of his team losing to Kliff Kingsbury’s Texas Tech squad on Saturday. Kingsbury told the media during the postgame press conference that Texas Tech’s 35-24 victory was a [butt]-kicking—and it was. ESPN’s Jake Trotter...
Via Sportsnaut
September 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Kliff Kingsbury has harsh words for Bret Bielema after win

Kliff Kingsbury was plenty proud of his team for going on the road and beating Arkansas Saturday. He was especially pleased to hand Bret Bielema a loss. Bielema has been talking a big game lately. Not only did he rip on Ohio State’s schedule last week, but he also gloated about his team’s bowl win over Texas. None of that was lost on Kingsbury, who had some harsh words for the...
Via Larry Brown Sports
September 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Texas Tech’s Kliff Kingsbury: “Bielema Just Got His Ass Kicked”

Apparently, Texas Tech head coach Kliff Kingsbury isn’t a fan of Arkansas head coach Bret Bielema. How do we know? Well, just have a read of AP reporter Kurt Voigt’s timeline. Kingsbury told reporters after Saturday’s contest, which the Red Raiders won, that Bielema “just got his ass kicked.” No joke. Kliff Kingsbury just said “(Bielema) just got his ass kicked.” Really...
Via College Spun
September 19, 2015  |  Discuss
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