Yesterday, Texas Tech Football posted the least exciting announcement in social media history.
#TexasTech & Abilene Christian have agreed to a two-game series to be played at Jones AT&T Stadium.— Texas Tech Football (@TexasTechFB) March 23, 2017
: https://t.co/R0UrAChb5V#WreckEm pic.twitter.com/dwRoZSYn4p
That’s right, in seven years, we get to watch Tech play Abilene Christian! What a treat! BRB, going to go punch a wall.
In the meantime, here’s a list of people who are genuinely excited about the matchups:
OK, now that that’s out of the way, here’s a list of people who are feeling indignant:
@TexasTechFB Too late to cancel my season football tickets? This game 7 yrs away irritates me enough to just be done w/ it now. Total crap— Nathan Rigler (@nrig_tx) March 23, 2017
@TexasTechFB pathetic... our program will be worse than KU by then so these may be only wins those two years— Rick Evans (@LiberalTexan1) March 24, 2017
@TexasTechFB that's a trash game— hoss (@oareyes70) March 23, 2017
@TexasTechFB it was cool when this was Oregon and NC State but this is sad. Nobody is excited about this.— The Big Ship (@LoganShipley65) March 23, 2017
@TexasTechFB really? Is that where we are as a Big 12 program?— scott sonnenberg (@scottsonnenber2) March 23, 2017
@TexasTechFB I'll be on my feet for that. Hope we get a nice series against another solid team in 2089 as well as 3247— connor (@CCC_23_6) March 23, 2017
Honestly, the list goes on and on, but I’m not going to spend my Friday copying and pasting tweets lamenting the poor scheduling by Tech athletics. They should get the hint by now. This was simply atrocious decision-making.