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Texas Tech Friday Morning Notes - Let The Game Come To Me Edition

Double-T Nation News:

In no particular order, DTN's Top Seven:

  1. DT! checks in with an old school babe, Rhonda Lewis.
  2. Bear Meat is back, checking in on Mulk and Team Drew. My favorite Baylor blog is back.
  3. Auburn Tigers blog, Track'Em Tigers checks in on the quarterback battle, which includes former Red Raider, Chris Todd. Go get 'em, Chris!
  4. Bob Stoops is a very rich man.
  5. SMQ's CFB Explainer takes on fumbles.
  6. For those of you following the IU situation, it looks like Sampson is gone. Check out Inside the Hall for updates.
  7. Nebraska blog, Big Red Network says that the Red Raiders did just fine in their recruiting class. I'm not saying anything, I'm just saying.

Texas Tech Basketball:

LAJ's Jeff Walker writes about the improved play of Roberson, Voskuil and Suljagic. Here's Roberson on being more relaxed:

"I just came in here more relaxed and just let the game come to me," said Roberson, who finished with 20 points against the Buffaloes, the sixth time this season he's reached that mark. "I was kind of forcing it the other games. (The coaches) just told me to let the game come to me. My teammates did a good job of getting me open."

LAJ's Jeff Walker also has his Big 12 Insider (pdf). While the FWST is also Inside Big 12 Basketball.

Texas Tech Baseball:

Hat-tip to DTN's good friends over at The College Baseball Blog, but they have a preview of this weekend's tournament. I've also found the press release. Here are your pitching match-ups for the tournament:

  • Saturday: AJ Ramos (TT) v. Hunter Moody (ULL)
  • Sunday: Chad Bettis (TT) v. Ben Koenigsfeld (Army)
  • Sunday: Nate Karns (TT) v. Michael Jarman (ORU)
  • Monday: Cory Large (TT) v. Kris Ruepke (UTSA)

Remember, Bettis is a true freshman and I'm very interested to see what he can do (BA ranked Bettis among the top 100 of his class), as well as transfer Nate Karns and returning pitcher AJ Ramos.

The Big 12 coaches think that Texas Tech will finish last this year, while the SAEN is predicting an 8th place finish.