No confirmation of a formal contract has been reported as of yet.
The Texas Supreme Court Friday requested briefs from Leach’s legal team explaining why Texas Tech is not entitled to sovereign immunity in Leach’s lawsuit against the University for Wrongful Termination and Breach of Contract.
Former Texas Tech Red Raider Football coach Mike Leach returned to Lubbock today to sign copies of his new book, Swing Your Sword. The book signing took place at the new Barnes & Noble Bookstore at the South Plains Mall.
Is Mike Leach's new book on your Summer reading list? Let us know in today's LFN Poll of the Day.
State Rep. John Frullo weighs in on the proposed bill that would allow Mike Leach to sue Texas Tech. Find out what he said after the jump
State Representative Charles Perry yesterday afternoon apologized to State Rep. Craig Eiland after making allegations against him during Wednesday's edition of Lubbock's First News on KFYO. Find out Eiland's reaction after the jump
To sue Texas Tech, Mike Leach must get permission from the legislature. Keep reading to find out State Rep. Charles Perry's opinion on a bill filed that would allow Leach to sue Tech and his opinion on the legislator that filed the bill.
District 83 Representative Charles Perry joined Chad and Rex on Wednesday's Lubbock's First News. 03/16/2011
So, earlier this year, I wrote a column on KFYO.com that discussed Craig James' posturing about a possible run for U.S. Senate. Well, a D.C. PR firm decided to put one James' claims to the test about people in Lubbock supporting him. Find out the results after the jump.
So, former SMU Mustang and current ESPN college football analyst, Craig James is gearing up for a run at the U.S. Senate.
Of course, most Texas Tech Football fans know James for being instrumental in the turmoil surrounding the firing of Mike Leach before the 2009 Alamo Bowl. Read more about the latest with Craig James after the jump.