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Saturday Morning Links at VTM | TTU in Review; Adams & Kilgo Lose; Baseball Loses; VTM on a Podcast

The Brooklyn Bridge is 130 years young. The official site has a video of the year in review for athletics. Adams and Kilgo lose. Baseball loses to Oklahoma. VTM goes podcasting.

A general view of Brooklyn Bridge Park on Pier 5.
A general view of Brooklyn Bridge Park on Pier 5.
Mike Stobe

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If you would like to be a bit inspired today, then check out this CBS Sports article on University New Orleans head basketball coach Mark Slessinger.

The Brooklyn Bridge was 130 years old yesterday and this was a neat post about how it was built over 130 years ago.

The official site put out a year in review for Texas Tech athletics. Check it out:


Samantha Adams and Kenna Kilgo gave it a fight, but were unable to upset the #1 Georgia doubles team of Fuller and Garcia. Heck of a season for these ladies, congrats!

Track and Field

Congrats to four more athletes that are advancing to the NCAA Championships in Eugene: Christen Rivers, Isaiah Gill, Cierra White and Kole Weldon!


In case you aren't aware, Janine Beckie is really good and everyone knows it as she's been named as one of the top ten returning forwards by Top Drawer Soccer.


Welp, even though Texas Tech has a game left today, they have officially been eliminated from moving on after today's game with an 8-0 loss to Oklahoma yesterday. The LAJ recaps the loss and also files a notebook of the Big 12 Championship.


I was on a podcast y'all! Blatant Homerism had me on to discuss all things Texas Tech. Allen Kenney is one of the good guys in the blogging world, so go check it out.

SB Nation has a look at what the homer for each school would guess as to their record. I don't know what to think about this.

ESPN's Ubben looks at the quarterback experience in the Big 12 and as you might guess, Texas Tech has no experience and Ubben hates you.