Kirby Hocutt “Believes” in Kingsbury
After a dominating win this past Friday against a spiraling Baylor football team, it seems that Kingsbury’s coaching seat remains occupied. After weeks of speculating whether the young head coach of the Red Raiders would be staying or packing his bags, AD Kirby Hocutt reiterated his confidence in Kingsbury being the best option for the program moving forward to the 2017-2018 season. The Red Raiders finished their season 5-7 and without a bowl game.
Texas Tech AD Kirby Hocutt said Kliff Kingsbury will return in 2017. "I believed in Kingsbury when we hired him. I believe in him today"— Brett McMurphy (@McMurphyESPN) November 27, 2016
Patrick Mahomes Named Big 12 Offensive Player Of The Week
For the 6th time in his career, Patrick Mahomes II was named Big 12’s Offensive Player of the Week. He threw 6 touchdowns, which tied for his career record, and amassed 586 passing yards in the Red Raider’s rout of Baylor.
Men’s Hoops defeated Idaho State Friday Afternoon
The Red Raiders made their way back to home to Lubbock on Friday after participating in the Cancun Challenge this past week. Idaho State stayed fairly close in the first half, but Texas Tech was able to run away with it in the second half. Four Red Raiders scored in the double digits. Keenan Evans recorded 16 points, Zach Smith had 13 points and 11 boards, Justin Gray had 11 points, and Niem Stevenson recorded a season’s best of 12 points, in the 91-58 victory. The Red Raiders will host Incarnate Word on Wednesday evening at 6:30.