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Monday morning brought about the official news of staff changes to the Texas Tech Football program. Everyone associated with the program was disappointed with a 5-7 season and especially missing a bowl game. After a lot of contemplation, Coach Tuberville decided it was necessary to make changes to his staff to help strengthen our core nucleus so that this program can return to the post-season as soon as possible.
Matt Moore and Otis Mounds have been dismissed from the staff while Sam McElroy will relinquish his coaching duties. He is expected to remain on staff but his job duties have not been decided at this time. The good news comes in the replacements - Terry Price and John Lovett.
One of the things Coach Tuberville was looking for in the new hires was experience and intensity and he certainly got it. I’ve been told that both are excellent, hard-nosed coaches that aren’t afraid to stir things up. That type of intensity is always good for a football team so it will be exciting to watch them starting this spring.
Here are few links to help get you acquainted with our new caoches:
Meet the Wounded Warriors that Texas Tech will be honoring before the Oklahoma State game on Saturday.
Here is a “60 Minutes” piece on Staff Sgt Sal Giunta on his reception of the Medal of Honor in 2010.
Doege is also up for AT&T All-America Player of the Week.
Texas Tech has 2 plays from the game up on the Big 12 Official Fan Page on Facebook for Play of the Week.
Richard Justice recommends that youget your guns up.
The Red Raiders get accolades from David Ubben on ESPN.com.
Mark Schlaback of ESPN talks about what the upset means for the BCS race and for Texas Tech.
Don Williams also talks about what the victory means.
Tech fans back in Lubbock were celebrating all over town, and showed up in droves at the airport and at the football training facility on campus to welcome backtheir heroes.
Click the picture to go to your official preview of tomorrow’s game between your Red Raiders and the no. 3 Oklahoma Sooners.
Former Texas Tech WR Jarrett Hicks returns to Texas Tech, but this time, he’s hitting the book.