Listen to Chancellor Kent Hance, Tech President Guy Bailey and new Athletic Director Kirby Hocutt's Press Conference from earlier today. Enjoy the press conference, with audio and pictures, when you click through.
The Texas Tech Red Raider basketball team fell 81-78 last night to Colorado at the United Spirit Arena. The Red Raiders have now lost 5 of their last 6 games. Keep reading to get the full story on the game including a pair of Red Raiders’ thoughts on fan support.
The Texas Tech Lady Raider basketball team will look to make it three straight victories over top 25 teams when they return to action tonight, hitting the road to battle 5th ranked Texas A&M. Keep reading for the complete preview and to see which Lady Raider was named Big 12 Player of the Week.
Tech professors are ticked off that Coach Tommy Tuberville got a pay raise. Should they really be upset? Keep reading to get Chad's thoughts.
I know many of our listeners know what a Saddle Tramp is and they probably have some idea of what we do, but I believe they may not quite grasp the amount of work that we do. So I’m writing this blog to give you a small taste of what we do in a standard week; more specifically, my own schedule with Saddle Tramps
The Texas Tech Red Raider basketball team returns to action on Saturday when they travel to Waco to battle rival, Baylor. The Red Raiders enter the game looking to break their four game losing streak. Tip off for the game is set for 7 p.m. Keep reading to get the entire preview and see what's next for Tech.
The Texas Tech Red Raider Baseball team will open up their 2011 season this weekend with play in the Red Raider Classic at Dan Law Field. The Red Raiders will play four games over the weekend starting tonight at 6 with Western Michigan. Keep reading to get the full weekend schedule for Tech.
On January 20, 1968 52,693 fans watched the Houston Cougars play the UCLA Bruins in a regular season basketball game at the Houston Astrodome. At the time, it was the largest crowd to ever watch a basketball game.
Eastern Washington University is no longer the only American football team with a red turf field. Depending on your perspective, you either think the new trend of non-green colored fields is an eyesore or something to behold.