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Texas Tech head football coach Kliff Kingsbury removed three Red Raiders from the football roster on Thursday, May 5, 2016.

Kingsbury kicks three players off Tech football team  updated 3:01pm

Starting middle linebacker Dakota Allen, Texas Tech's top returning tackler, is among three players Tech coach Kliff Kingsbury has kicked off the football team.

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One at a time: Red Raiders head to Kansas looking to stay on top of Big 12 05/04/16 - 8:12pm

The day before, all Ty Damron could do was watch as Texas Tech's four-run lead quickly turned into a seven-run loss against TCU at Lupton Field.

Texas Tech tennis teams to host NCAA first and second rounds 05/03/16 - 7:42pm

Eleven years ago, the Texas Tech men's tennis team made the NCAA Sweet 16 thanks to a little home-court advantage.

Texas Tech recruiting: Thomas looks to become big-time 05/03/16 - 9:31pm

Through no fault of his own, Lancaster's Cartrell Thomas has been overlooked the past couple of years. The 5-foot-9, 155-pound slot receiver, who is rated a three-star athlete by 247Sports, has not garnered some of the spotlight given to a teammate.

Red Raiders clinch series with 3-1 victory over TCU 05/01/16 - 4:04pm

FORT WORTH - Tim Tadlock got a bit emotional after the game when he reflected to where he was 20 minutes before, standing in the dugout with one out left in the game and a pair of TCU runners in scoring position.

Texas Tech pitching can't slow down Baylor offense in 16-6 loss 05/01/16 - 1:56pm

The Texas Tech softball team was prepared for Heather Stearns. Kierra Miles and Kirsten Schwirtlich each hit towering home runs off the Baylor ace in the first inning as Stearns had her worst performance of the season.

Washington, Grant taken on Day 3 of NFL draft 04/30/16 - 3:42pm

DeAndre Washington has worn the uniforms of the Quail Valley Middle School Raiders and the Texas Tech Red Raiders, so maybe it stands to reason where he'll start his NFL career.

Frame, talent not mechanics led to Colts taking Le'Raven Clark 04/30/16 - 3:44pm

In the weeks leading up to the NFL draft, analysts generally regarded Le'Raven Clark as an offensive lineman with much promise but technique issues to fix.