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Texas Tech's Branden Jackson makes a flying tackle during their game against TCU at Jones AT&T Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 26, in Lubbock.

Branden Jackson aims to repeat past success against Iowa State  updated 7:56am

Texas Tech defensive end Branden Jackson had one of his better games last season at Iowa State. It wasn't anything the Cyclones weren't doing, Jackson said this week. It's what Mike Smith, his defensive line coach, was doing.

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Former Tech golfer's run ends at semifinals at U.S. Mid-Amateur 10/07/15 - 2:09pm

Lubbock resident falls, 4 & 3

For all his achievements in golf, David Bolen had never experienced the match-play format before this week. He adapted to it so well, he came close to qualifying for the Masters.

Red Raider volleyball drops tough bout with No. 10 Kansas 10/07/15 - 8:40pm

Texas Tech volleyball put together strong first and third sets, but fell to No. 10 Kansas, 3-0, on Wednesday night at the United Supermarkets Arena. The Jayhawks (16-0, 4-0) won in straight sets, 25-21, 25-14 and 25-20.

Gardner, Neslony named top CCL prospects 10/07/15 - 6:27pm

Tech's Gardner, Neslony named top CCL prospects

Texas Tech sophomore infielder Tanner Gardner and senior outfielder Tyler Neslony were both named among the top 20 prospects from this summer's California Collegiate League.

Texas Tech basketball programs host 'Homecoming and Hoops' event Friday 10/07/15 - 1:04pm

In conjunction with homecoming week, the Texas Tech men's and women's basketball programs will host the "Homecoming and Hoops Pep Rally" at 7:30 p.m. Friday at the United Supermarkets Arena. Admission to the event is free, with doors opening at 7 p.m.

Timing's everything: When Texas Tech needed a receiver, Zach Austin came through 10/06/15 - 8:56pm

Former walk-on's 100-yard game helps thin unit

Zach Austin set a pre-game goal both simple and modest: To do his job well enough so people around him could flourish. Nothing too ambitious for a former walk-on receiver with zero career catches. Instead, Austin outshined everyone.

Tech Hall of Famer fondly remembered for contributions on, off field 10/06/15 - 10:09pm

Kelley, Tech letterman and noted helmet manufacturer, dies at 89

When Spike Dykes was a young football coach at Coahoma, Bill Kelley would swing by regularly to supply the team with sporting goods. When Dykes was an older football coach at Texas Tech, Kelley would be there to lift his spirits after a tough loss.

Kingsbury says Sadler out until November 10/06/15 - 6:50pm

Tech holding off on using more freshmen

Texas Tech coach Kliff Kingsbury said Tuesday the Red Raiders are targeting November as a possible return date for Ian Sadler, meaning the starting inside receiver would miss at least the next four games with the left knee injury he suffered Sept.

Tech football notes: Murphy's injury leads to issues for offensive line 10/05/15 - 10:44pm

Red Raiders consider three options at right guard

Texas Tech coach Kliff Kingsbury said starting right guard Justin Murphy won't play this week because of the knee injury he suffered Saturday, and there could be a three-man competition to replace him.