The Texas Tech Red Raiders football team struggled defensively last year, giving up almost 486 yards a game en route to its first losing season in 19 years.
The BCS as we know it seemed doomed on Dec. 4, the moment the system spat out an Alabama-LSU rematch for the national title game. Supporters of a playoff, long members of a quiet minority within the machine that runs college football, began to make noise.
We’ve had 26 head-coaching changes in major college football from last season. That’s a lot. We had 21 last season, 23 the year before. Who did the best job of hiring? Who did the worst? Let’s rank the hires, one through 26. This isn’t based just on who is the best coach.
GRAPEVINE — By any other name, it still will be a playoff.
I guess you saw where Savannah State is back in the news. The football team that is opening its season Sept. 1 in Stillwater will play at Florida State on Sept. 8.
At Texas Tech, March Madness is little more than the Lubbock locals getting aggravated about the latest dust storm.
The Red Raiders haven't been to the NCAA tournament since 2007, and their season this March will consist of a home finale against Missouri and one Big 12 tournament game March 7 in Kansas City, Mo., barring a huge upset. Tech faces visiting Texas on Saturday.
For a while there, every time a movie adaptation of a beloved TV show was discussed, it was our cue to roll our eyes and scoff and flick
The Big 12 is officially back to 10 members.
West Virginia and the Big East announced this morning that the Mountaine
Southlake Carroll quarterback Kenny Hill attended Texas Tech's junior day Saturday. The dual threat QB has attracted a lot of attention since leading the Dragons to their record-tying eighth UIL state championship in December.