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Texas Tech planning "Stripe Out" for first home game

'Stripe Out' planned for first home game

Posted: August 8, 2013 - 4:43pm  |  Updated: August 9, 2013 - 12:26am
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‘Stripe Out’ planned for first home game

For Texas Tech head coach Kliff Kingsbury’s first game in Jones AT&T Stadium for the 2013 season, a stripe out has been announced for the Sept. 7 home opener against Stephen F. Austin.

Kickoff has been set for 6 p.m.

How does it work?

Fans setting in even-numbered sections and all Texas Tech students will wear red.

Fans sitting in odd-number sections will wear black.

The game will be televised on Fox Sports Net.

Tech places two on All-Big 12 soccer team

Junior defender Jaelene Hinkle and sophomore forward Janine Beckie were named to the preseason All-Big 12 Conference team on Thursday.

Beckie had been named Wednesday as the Big 12 preseason Offensive Player of the Year by College Sports Madness and is the defending Big 12 Rookie of the Year, while Hinkle was a unanimous All-Big 12 preseason selection.

Beckie ranked first in the Big 12 among newcomers and third nationally with 14 goals, while Hinkle had five assists and has nine assists for her career.

Tech opens the season Aug. 23 at New Mexico and has its home opener two days later, Aug. 25, against Colorado State

Compiled from staff reports

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Stripe Out

Hmmm...just like West Virginia. I don't know, it sounds better than the black outs. Those look horrible on t.v.!

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So Refreshing...

We have turned the page no matter how the season goes.

Old age and the departure of Rick Perry are going to rid us of our worst remaining problems--but the chances of a repeat destruction ordered by the narcissists is not on the horizon.

What this team needs to do is WIN HOME GAMES. The most important game of the year is TCU--it will structure the season.

Go Tech.

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