Texas Tech Has the Saturday Off During Bye Week
Did anyone else have Red Raider football withdrawals? Texas Tech had the week off as they prepare for a Thursday night kickoff at 7:30 PM. In past contests it seems that the Red Raiders have come out flat against Kansas. Hopefully that trend ceases with this one being at home and at night. Although it isn’t Texas Tech’s most important conference game, it’s still a must-win.
Texas Tech Football Featured on Viceland
In a collaboration with Viceland, The Red Raiders are featured in a mini-documentary about the team’s use of virtual reality in efforts to improve their game. It’s a well done piece which features coach Kingsbury and several players.
Watch this piece on how Virtual Reality helps the Red Raiders get reps even when they aren't on the field: https://t.co/ymvJEAgq0q #WreckEm pic.twitter.com/nyE07L30HT— Texas Tech Football (@TexasTechFB) September 23, 2016
Texas Tech Soccer Redeems loss In Ames With Win At Home
The soccer team dropped their Big 12 conference opener against Kansas 2-1 last Friday, but found their stride on Sunday when they hosted Iowa State. They took care of the Cyclones, winning 3-0 in their first conference win. The Red Raiders host Oklahoma State on October 7th.
Chris Beard Nabs Another Recruit
In what seems to be a gold-rush of commitments to play for Red Raider basketball, Coach Beard received another commitment from Lubbock Coronado product, Jarret Culver. The 3 star recruit will suit up for the Red Raiders in 2017.
Videoboard in United Supermarkets Arena Making Progress
In a tweet, Texas Tech Basketball had video of the new videoboard in use. It’s going to be something special when it’s fully installed.
Screen installation is moving along and the first board has been turned on! #WreckEm pic.twitter.com/ukXU99KSAm— TexasTech Basketball (@TexasTechMBB) September 22, 2016