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The Summer Olympics Will Be Full of Local Athletes
That video above courtesy News West 9 in the Permian Basin shows the family of Bryce Hoppel going absolutely bananas after he qualified for the Olympics in the 800 meters at the US Track and Field Trials. Hoppel took third place in the race to secure his trip to Tokyo...
Mac McClung Shocks Scouts at G League Elite Camp
We've always known Mac McClung was an athlete. He came to Texas Tech with a gigantic following on Instagram that he built doing outrageous dunks in high school and during his time at Georgetown. After a season at Texas Tech, where he led the team in scoring but didn't really show off his h…
Jace Jung is Going to Need a Bigger Trophy Case
The Red Raiders have collected eight individual All-American honors after their third straight run to the Super Regionals ended at the hands of the Stanford Cardinal. Brooks Wallace Award winner Cal Conley and Jace Jung have been doing the heavy lifting as far as the honors go...
Mark Adams Wants All the Smoke
Mark Adams has been the head coach of the Red Raiders men's basketball team for about six weeks. The turnaround has been nothing short of amazing. It's one thing to completely rebuild a roster with a returning coaching staff, but to hire a brand new staff while simultaneously finding a bra…
A Red Raider Finally Wins the Brooks Wallace Award
The inaugural Brooks Wallace award was given to Catcher Kurt Suzuki from Cal State Fullerton in 2004. Since then the award named after former Red Raider has honed its criteria to the best shortstop in the country along with dedication, leadership, and performance...
The Texas Tech Basketball Roster Overhaul Is Nearly Complete
Shortly after April 1st, I wrote about how Texas Tech's basketball roster was a cluster and that there could be no turnover or massive turnover with no in-between. My thought was that there could potentially be eight available scholarships (out of 13) up for grabs due to players transferri…
Stanford Walloped Texas Tech in Lubbock Super Regional
That was an utter beatdown of epic proportions. The underdog came into Lubbock and absolutely manhandled the better team from start to finish. In fact, this weekend, there's zero doubt that Stanford was the better team. The total score of the Super Regional through two games was 24-3...
The Silver Lining To Getting Blown Out in Game One
That was not pretty.
It never is when you lose 15-3. It was all Stanford today on both sides of the ball. The Cardinal pitched it better than Texas Tech with Brendan Beck throwing a masterful gem in 108-degree heat striking 13 Red Raiders across 7...

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