ESPN Big 12 blog: Lots of upside for Tech after Tuberville bolts (Raider Buzz blog)

It's natural for there to be hurt feelings after Texas Tech coach Tommy Tuberville's exit to Cincinnati leaves the school "completely blindsided," as a Tech official told on Saturday. 

Tuberville will be introduced later tonight as the Bearcat-in-chief at a news conference. 

"Never felt more anger in my life, I vow, I swear, I will do everything I can next year, and Texas Tech will win the Big 12 championship," Texas Tech tight end Jace Amaro tweeted as the news swirled on social media. 

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Hurt Feelings

Hurt feelings. I cracked open a bottle of Dom Perigon when I heard. The only hurt feelings I've had was when they hired that lyin so and so.


No hurt feelings here

glad he is gone and he needs to take Kent Hance with him.



No need to dwell on what was - go after Chad Morris now and reunite Brewer with his former coach before someone else grabs him.


if you read this whole article

It sounds like Hance's son is writing it.


Wish TT the best in their search and hire

As an outsider looking in I feel it was the best possible thing that could happen for TT. I said when he was hired he was the same as Huggins was at K-State. They both needed to get back into coaching but neither one ever intended to stay. Both said when leaving how hard of a decision it was. Huggins promised when hired he would stay a set number of years and didn't. It appears TT stated just this last week he intended to stay. The only reason he did was he hadn't been offered anything to the east. It is good riddance for TT and the Big 12. Again I wish TT the best with the hire. I would think they might consider one of the former Leach assistants but haven't even took the time yet to read all of the rumors and possibilities.

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