Rob Snyder is currently the News & Operations Director for News/Talk 790, KFYO and SportsRadio 1340 The Fan in Lubbock; Brand Manager for Pratt on Texas affiliate News/Talk 1470, KYYW in Abilene and a contributing writer to News/Talk 960, KGKL in San Angelo.
Snyder also served as the Network Producer for Texas Tech Football & Red Raider Basketball from 2001-2004 with the All Sports Radio Network.
Snyder is a native Texan, graduate of Klein High School in north suburban Houston and attended Texas Tech University before joining KFYO & SportsRadio 1340 The Fan in January 2001.
You'll hear him in a variety of places: contributing to SportsRadio 1340 The Fan, anchoring newscasts on KFYO and filling in for Robert Pratt on Pratt on Texas. Have a question or comment about KFYO, SportsRadio 1340 The Fan (KKAM-AM) or KYYW? Send Rob an e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Texas Tech is playing Arizona State in the Holiday Bowl and National Travel is giving away a trip for two to see the Red Raiders in San Diego. The winner of our contest receives a pair of tickets to the Nat
The injury count in now up to 12 after a morning fire at University Medical Center in Lubbock. 11 people suffered smoke inhalation and a construction worker suffered minor burns. All of the injuries were classified as minor
Lubbock ISD today announced the 2014 inductees into the district’s Athletic Hall of Honor.
The honorees are: the 1951 Lubbock High School state champion basketball team, 1957 Dunbar High School state champion basketball team, Mike Smith who played football and baseball at Coronado, Pete Ragus LISD Athletic Director from 1964-1988, James Odom Monterey Football coach from 1964-1985, Joe Michalka Monterey Boys Basketball coach from 1967-1983, Kevin Curtis who played football at Coronado from 1995-98, James Collins who ran track for Estacado from 1980-83 and Caylene Caddell Estacado High School track coach
A one-sentence Tweet on Thursday was the only official confirmation Texas Tech Athletics gave confirming that quarterback Baker Mayfield (#6, pictured above) left the Red Raiders.
Freshman quarterback Baker Mayfield has chosen to leave the Texas Tech Football program immediately and will not return
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