As an alum of another Big12 school, I may not be a big Tech fan (although I always loved it when you gave A&M so many headaches on the football field), but I must admit I am more of a Coach Tommy Tuberville fan now. He was in South Louisiana for the Manning Passing Academy this summer, and he signed a ball for a charity auction to help in Haiti. Those of us involved in the mission work in Haiti greatly appreciate it. It seems somewhat insignificant to us, but the $75 the ball is currently selling for will pay for a whole classroom of kids to go to school for a few days. Or it will help bring fresh water to a village. Or it will help someone in that village start a sustainable business. Or it will provide medication for a family of sick kids. If you want to see more about what it helps, or what you can do to be a part of it, follow the link below.
Now, I can honestly and respectfully say "Guns Up!" (except for one week this fall...)