Posted October 04, 2013 on kansas.scout.com
Texas Tech’s prodigal son has returned in first year head coach Kliff Kingsbury. The first in the long line of Air Raid quarterbacks under former coach Mike Leach is back in the South Plains of Texas to revive the Red Raiders program, which lost momentum under Leach’s replacement Tommy Tubberville.
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