Texas State announced Monday that the Texas Tech at Texas State football game will be aired on ESPN3 on Sept. 8.
Tech had threatened to cancel its game in San Marcos if the game was to be aired on ESPN's Longhorn Network.
The game was never officially slated to be shown on the Longhorn Network, and as of Friday an ESPN spokesman said the TV schedule had still not been determined.
Kickoff is set for 6 p.m. and will be the first game in Texas State's new Bobcat Stadium.
The Texas Tech athletics department implemented a staff training program this spring in light of the Jerry Sandusky scandal that rocked Penn State.
Sandusky, the former Penn State assistant football coach, was found guilty on 45 counts of sexual abuse Friday night.
Tech has taken steps since the scandal broke late last year to prevent such an incident on its campus.
J.J. Lollar had surgery on his right eye Thursday, and the defensive tackle signee said it was a success.
Lollar has been blind in his right eye due to inflammation and he will miss the 2012 football season as a result.
The A&M Consolidated product said his doctor was able to clean up the hardended blood in the lens of his eye and cauterize the bleeding vessels.
"He said I should have vision back within two weeks, hopefully," Lollar said. "And once I have vision back he wants me to wait two or three months before I start working out and then I'll be ready."
New Texas Tech women's basketball assistant coach Katie Hensle arrived in Lubbock on Saturday, and it won't be long before she's on the road recruiting.
Evaluation periods, which allow coaches to do off-campus recruiting, run from July 6-15 and July 22-31.
Here are some excerpts from her first meeting with the Lubbock media Tuesday:
Q: What are some of the challenges awaiting you in your first few months before the season begins?
Two Texas Tech football signees will enroll elsewhere after failing to qualify.
Ryan Flannigan, a linebacker from Sugar Land Marshall, will enroll at a junior college, a Tech spokesman said.
Casey Gladney, a wide receiver from Columbia, S.C., who was a known academic risk, will enroll at Hargrave Military Academy.
A&M Consolidated defensive tackle J.J. Lollar will not be enrolling until January because of an eye condition.
Lollar suffers from inflammation in his right eye and he said he has been completely blind in that eye for two weeks.
Katie Hensle has helped numerous women’s basketball players with their recruitment as a high school and AAU coach.
Now she’ll take on the opposite task of recruiting players to Lubbock as Texas Tech’s new assistant coach.
Hensle will fill the position vacated by Brooke Stoehr, who left in April to become the co-head coach at Northwestern State.
ESPN is counting down the top 40 female athletes of the last 40 years and ranked former Texas Tech star Sheryl Swoopes at No. 16.
The network is announcing one player every weekday and will announce No. 1 on June 22, one day before the 40th anniversary of Title IX.
Swoopes was preceded in the top 20 by Michelle Kwan, Lindsey Vonn, Lisa Fernandez and Ann Meyers Drysdale.
Former Texas Tech coach Marsha Sharp is quoted in the ESPN announcement.
ESPN's Mechelle Voepel put together this story about Texas coach Gail Goestenkors, Texas Tech coach Kristy Curry and Kansas coach Bonnie Henrickson, all of whom have teams on the bubble this year.
Here's a snippet about Curry:
New Texas Tech defensive backs coach John Lovett recruited Olaoluwa Falemi in the month since he arrived in Lubbock and scored a commitment from him Sunday. Falemi then signed his letter of intent to play for Tech on Wednesday.
Lovett spoke of Falemi with passion, saying the 5-foot-10, 170-pound defensive back will contribute during the 2012 season.
Falemi comes to Tech with two years of eligibility after transferring from Los Angeles Harbor College.
Once again, I'll step to the side and let Lovett tell you all about Tech's new defensive back.
Texas Tech offensive coordinator Neal Brown said inside receiver Bradley Marquez and mid-term signee SaDale Foster will play running back this spring.
Eric Stephens and DeAndre Washington are recovering from knee injuries, limiting Tech's depth at what was likely its deepest position in August.
"Kenny Wililams will be fresh," Brown said. "We’re going to play SaDale Foster, who was here at mid-year, play him at running back. We’ll also give Bradley Marquez some carries, and we've got Deandre and Eric, and we’re crossing our fingers and hoping they're ready to go in August."