Texas Tech head coach Matt Wells announced Thursday the signing of Virginia Tech transfer Robert Wooten,
by: Staff Reports — Lubbock Avalanche-Journal 29 Jul
The Texas Tech men’s basketball team will head to the beach for a matchup with Incarnate Word in November.
by: Michael Wayne Bratton — Saturday Down South 28 Jul
Leach has a history with Texas and Oklahoma.
by: Don Williams — Lubbock Avalanche-Journal 28 Jul
As it pertains to realignment, the most important season in Tech history isn't the one coming up, but all the ones that have preceded it
by: Scott Bell — Dallas Morning News: College Sports Blog 27 Jul
Count Bob Stoops as a vocal supporter of Oklahoma’s potential move to the Southeastern Conference. The former Sooners head coach wrote an Op-ed in The...
by: Schuyler Callihan — Sports Illustrated: Fan Nation 27 Jul
Predicting each game on the 2021 WVU football schedule.
by: Matthew Conner — Fansided: Wreck'Em Red 27 Jul
If George Kliavkoff thought his first few weeks on the job as new PAC 12 commissioner were going to afford him the opportunity to ease into his new role...
by: Ross Ramsey — Houston Chronicle 27 Jul
Nothing offers a better distraction from nasty political fights over serious subjects...
by: Chuck Carlton — Dallas Morning News: College Sports Blog 27 Jul
Texas and Oklahoma took the first official step to depart the Big 12 for the SEC on Monday. The two could be offered membership by the end of the week. The...
by: mikemacon23 — SB Nation: Double-T Nation 27 Jul
Well, things are getting a bit crazy.
by: Don Williams — Lubbock Avalanche-Journal 27 Jul
A lot of Texas Tech fans are getting their wish, that they no longer live in the same neighborhood with UT, but that's not a plus for the Red Raiders
by: Mason Young Tulsa World — Tulsa World 27 Jul
“The universities intend to honor their existing grant of rights agreements. However, both universities will continue to … consider how best to position their athletics programs for the future," a
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He wrote the proposal then schemed to make it so it would only benefit his conference. F Sankey.SEC commissioner Greg Sankey on @finebaum about CFP expansion: "We are not the conference that has been clamoring for playoff expansion. That comes repeatedly from others. We’ve said and I’ve said 'four is working, has worked and can continue to work.'"Blogger / Podcaster
You get one guess who this guy works for, and another guess for what part of that company he is assigned to.The idea of limiting the amount of teams from a league that could make the playoff is beyond laughable. Why should a conference suffer for the shortcomings of others? Would be a weak and embarrassing look for any conference that even brings up the idea. https://t.co/DF1TVIiSO4Blogger / Podcaster
In 2010, the Pac-10 invited both Oklahoma schools, Texas, A&M and Texas Tech. Texas backed away in large part b/c the Pac-10 wouldn't let them have their own network. 11 years later, Texas and OU bolted the Big 12 after all and now there's no landing spot for OK St/TT.Beat Writer / Columnist
One of the bigger lies ever is Sankey trying to pass off the months of work he did on this move as happening in two weeks.Sankey when asked about possible conflict of interest working on both CFP expansion and Texas/OU: "No. There's a lot of checks and balances in the system. Things happened rapidly in the last eight days." https://t.co/apF2Tja05fBlogger / Podcaster
ESPN doesn’t care what anyone actual wants as long as some marketing analyst puts on a spreadsheet together that says super league good. Spoiler: nobody wants a super league.Since a “welp, guess we’re headed toward a college football Super League” consensus seems to be growing quickly, a question: Do you actually like the thought of a college football super league?Blogger / Podcaster
It can’t be understated that this doesn’t happen if Texas was better. But despite every conceivable advantage, they sucked. So off to the SEC they go.I really think when Iowa State surpassed Texas as the clear No. 2 team in Big 12 football, that was the final straw Horns had to do something. (Guess it didn't occur to them maybe they should put a better product on the field.)Blogger / Podcaster
This is the right strategy. The ships sinking, so crash it into Bristol as hard as you can.Just appeared on @CBSSportsHQ. No matter when you think Texas/OU to SEC will happen the B12 strategy is to burn down the house in legal terms to make it as difficult as possible.Blogger / Podcaster
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