"I think it's great that two West Texas cities are coming together to make that happen, because it's such a positive for all of West Texas, and I'm an Amarillo guy. I grew up in Amarillo, so I'm proud of the big A for making that happen," Randy said.
"If somebody's really looking for a job, they might have to search a little bit depending on their qualifications and skills, but the fact of the matter is, there's jobs out there for folks in Lubbock Texas," Eddie said.
"As we go into this session, even though there is so much focus on the new initiatives like the vet school, the dental school, the institute for mental health, our basic and fundamental priority is always the formula. That's what funds most of what we do at Tech, or a good part of what we do," Dr. Schovanec said.