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Bill Dean of the Texas Tech Alumni Association Talks Raider Park on Lubbock’s First News [AUDIO]

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On Friday’s edition of Lubbock’s First News, Bill Dean, executive vice president and CEO of the Texas Tech Alumni Association, spoke with Chad and Rex about the Raider Park “scandal.”

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Concerning the story in the Daily Toreador, Dean said has had no problem with the story itself. He said the problem lies with the story’s “slant” that there was some wrong ding on the Alumni Association’s part. Dean insisted that there was no preferential treatment given to anyone in the building of the parking garage. He also said that it was too early to cal Raider Park a “failure.”

You can read the original story from the Daily Toreador here at dailytoreador.com.

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