If Mike Leach is indeed the mad offensive scientist the record book and his often odd actions suggest, Kliff Kingsbury was Dr. Leachenstein’s first touchdown-throwing monster.
To read more of the Houston Chronicle's story about Kingsbury's work with the University of Houston football team, click here ...
Thanks for all the submissions, all. Got a lot of good stuff from a lot of different corners. Here are the best tales of painful losses across the Big 12. Apparently there are both high volumes of Big 12 blog readership and pain from losses in Houston.
We're counting down this week through the top 50 most-painful losses in the history of college football. Some programs will make multiple appearances. Some will make none.
But every program has a loss that makes fans clench their fists thinking about it. Here are game's with strong cases to be the most painful in each Big 12 team's history.
Paul Myerberg of Pre-SnapRead.com provides a comprehensive preview of Texas Tech's 2010 football season, as well as a look back at 2009.
Here's a sample:
"... As for 2010, there’s little reason to think this team incapable of again heading into bowl play with eight wins, even with the coaching changes and losses on defense. The big question, and one whose answer we’ll know more about come the end of 2010, is whether (Tommy) Tuberville can match — or even exceed — his predecessor’s success."
Here are five reasons why Texas Tech fans should be concerned about the 2010 football season, according to the Dallas Morning News, for more, click here: