Double-T Nation News:
Check out the new poll to the right. I think the results will prove to be pretty interesting.
Here's the schedule: links this morning and analysis to come sometime starting on Thursday.
Texas Tech Football:
LAJ's Don Williams writes about how Graham Harrell continues to mature as a quarterback. An eye-opening quote from Harrell on calling running plays during the entire final drive:
As much as Harrell frustrated you early in the game with the safeties, there's something to be said for running the ball on that last drive and essentially running out the clock. I remember saying out loud during the game, and incorrectly giving credit to Leach, for actually running the ball to essentially kill the clock. My brother-in-law wanted to continue to pass the ball and score. Ultimately I think the right plays were called and ran which led to the right result, with almost no time left on the clock.
Leach had this on the safeties:
The Morris News Service's Francine King writes about Crabtree's second half performance. Here's Harrell on how Virginia was playing Crabtree:
I thought at the time that Harrell and Leach needed to force-feed Crabtree and let him make some plays. After Crabtree's score Crabtree told Henley to make a play:
LAJ's Don Williams also writes on Alex Trlica's game-winning field goal and has his final Gator Bowl Notebook. The notebook contains info on Groh's complaints regarding the officiating, confirms Rylan Reed's broken ankle, the play of junior safety Jordy Rowland, final receiving records, the seniors, Chris Long and Trlica. It's a long notebook.
DMN's Brian Davis has his game story, discusses the defensive lapse that was the Simpson 96 yard touchdown run and also compiled a notebook.
YouTube user ebonygentleman97 compiled a couple highlights, including the Crabtree touchdown, the Henley fumble, as well as the Trlica field goal and asks you to decide. I'm not sure what you would be deciding on those two calls, but it's highlights so what do I care.
Texas Tech Basketball:
LAJ's Jeff Walker has his game story from Texas Tech's win over Lamar. It was Roberson who sunk two free throws to give the Red Raiders the lead, while it was the defensive stand on the last possession that Coach Knight gave credit to the team: