Found February 14, 2014 on Fox Sports Southwest:
Texas Tech football coach Kliff Kingsbury is arguably the most eligible bachelor in sports. A Red Raiders apparel store let the world know that Kingsbury "is hotter than your coach" last season. The 34-year-old is still single and without a Valentine. What better place to find a date than at a sporting event? Hundreds of girls ... and guys ... came out to see the Texas Tech tennis teams on Friday for a chance to have breakfast with Kingsbury. "Kliff was nice enough to offer himself up for a breakfast date," Dinah Goodson, Texas Tech assistant director of promotions, told KLBK-TV. "He's really excited about coming and hopefully meet a new friend." An autographed football and bobble head were also up for grabs, but this lucky lady won the real thing. Follow Louis Ojeda Jr. on Twitter @LouisOjedaJr
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