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Tech's first workout to be open to public

Red Raiders close all practices after Saturday

Posted: July 29, 2013 - 2:33pm
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Texas Tech’s first preseason football workout on Saturday will be open to the public and media, after which all remaining training camp practices will be closed.

The practice is scheduled for 6 p.m. Saturday at Jones AT&T Stadium.

Before the practice, Tech is inviting fans to take part in a Select-A-Seat event at 5 p.m. Fans who have bought or renewed season tickets or want to buy for the 2013 season are invited to take part. Ticket-office representatives will be on hand to assist fans in choosing seats and processing new orders.

Fans are asked to enter through Gate 1 at the southwest corner of the stadium.

The Red Raiders have scheduled 23 training camp workouts from Saturday through Aug. 23. The season opener is Aug. 30 at SMU.


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Ready for the season

I hope fans are ready for the upcoming season. I also hope they will be supportive and cut Kliff a little slack if the season does not go as well as we'd all like (though I expect the team to do better than in the last three years). Unlike old Cincy whiner, Kliff actually did take over a program in need of some rebuilding.



As one of tubervilles biggest critics, I cannot help but agree with you. I am making a point of sitting back and waiting to see what Kingsbury can do. I will say that I will be very disappointed when Kingsbury blames the first loss on the wind, the field or the refs. I do not expect to be disappointed in that regard. I think we have a fine coach and we have to let him get accustomed to his new home.


....coach them up.

It's about winning and it doesn't matter who the coach is. Kingsbury must win now. Here's hoping his on the field results are better than his early recruiting returns.

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