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Texas Tech Fan Shoved by Oklahoma State’s Marcus Smart Apologizes

The Texas Tech fan shoved by an Oklahoma State basketball player during Saturday's game has apologized for his role in the incident.

Jeff Orr was shoved by the Cowboys' Marcus Smart with 6.2 seconds left in the game after Smart tumbled into the stands while trying to block a Jaye Crockett lay-up

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Marcus Smart Suspended Three Games for Shoving Texas Tech Fan

Oklahoma State Men's Basketball player Marcus Smart has been suspended by the Big 12 Conference after shoving a Texas Tech fan during Saturday night's game.

Concerning the suspension, Big 12 Conference Commissioner Bob Bowlsby said, “Mr

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Oklahoma State’s Marcus Smart Shoves Texas Tech Fan as Red Raiders Beat Cowboys

Saturday night's Texas Tech Red Raider Basketball win over the #19 Oklahoma State Cowboys was overshadowed by an incident that took place with 6.2 seconds left in the game.

The Cowboys star player, Marcus Smart, shoved a Texas Tech fan after he crashed into the first row of seats trying to defend a fast break

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Saturday’s Texas Tech Basketball Game is a Sellout

Saturday’s Texas Tech Red Raider Basketball game against #19 Oklahoma State is a sellout. The game will be televised on ESPNU with an 8:30p tip-off. It's also the first Big 12 Conference Saturday night home game for the Red Raiders this season

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Texas Tech TV to Show National Signing Day Events [Audio]

Tuesday on Lubbock's First News, Kirby Hocutt, Athletics Director of Texas Tech University, discussed signing day events taking place Wednesday February 5.

Texas Tech.TV will host a three hour segment covering signing activities

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Former Estacado Matador Linebacker Thomas Howard Killed in Oakland Car Crash

Former Estacado Matador, and NFL linebacker, Thomas Howard was killed in a multi-car accident in Oakland, California on Monday.  The 30 year-old Howard had played in the NFL for the Oakland Raiders, Cincinnati Bengals and Atlanta Falc

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West Texas Friday Night Scoreboard Show’s Steven Orr Says Lubbock High Is The Big Playoff Story [AUDIO]

On Thursday’s edition of the Chad Hasty Show, Steven Orr from the “West Texas Friday Night Scoreboard” show talked with Chad Hasty about his picks for the big games in high school football this week.

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JetBlue Pilot Who Disrupted Flight To Be Freed

A JetBlue Airways pilot who disrupted a flight by yelling about terrorists and running through the aisles of the plane can be free.

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Texas Legend Earl Campbell Undergoing Nerve Treatment

Legendary running back Earl Campbell, of University of Texas and Houston Oilers fame, is suffering from debilitating ailments that have left doctors looking for answers.

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Texas Tech Baseball Falls to New Mexico Lobos at Albuquerque

The Red Raiders will next play Missouri at Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park on Friday in a three-game series.

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