The conversation was simple and to the point. As Kansas met at the mound in the eighth inning, Texas Tech baseball coach Tim Tadlock stepped over and told pinch-hitter Anthony Lyons, one order. "He did tell me on thing.Read More
MIDLAND - For the past two seasons, Texas Tech wide receiver Jakeem Grant has caught passes from a series of starting quarterbacks: Patrick Mahomes, Baker Mayfield and Davis Webb.
Chandler Moore pitched well in the fourth inning, giving up a leadoff double before striking out the next three batters she faced. That was as good as it got for the Red Raiders in the circle as No.
Manny Ramirez is as down-to-earth as any NFL player possibly can be. That's because the former Texas Tech University star lineman and current Denver Broncos guard lives in Earth, the town of 1,048 an hour and a half southwest of Amarillo.
For the past four seasons, Kenna Kilgo was a role player. Sunday, Kilgo was exactly what Texas Tech needed. The senior led No. 23 Texas Tech to a 4-3 upset over No. 11 Oklahoma State at the McCloud Tennis Center.
MIDLAND - As Texas Tech's big charter buses rumbled into the Tall City on Saturday morning, Micah Awe might have gazed out the windows with more purpose than most. He took note of a Conoco sign here, an Apache sign there.
So much for not hitting in the clutch. After struggling for much of the season with runners in scoring position and two outs, Texas Tech found a way to get comfortable at the plate when the pressure was on Saturday.
Oklahoma hit five home runs in its 13-5 victory over Texas Tech on Saturday at Rocky Johnson Field. It was the first time since March 13 against Tulsa that the Red Raiders (16-19, 0-2) gave up that many home runs.