Texas Tech has done something never before achieved in school history. The Red Raiders have sold out all of the season tickets available for the upcoming home schedule in 2014. The school announced the historic development Wednesday on Twitter.
Head coach Kliff Kingsbury has revitalized the program and has generated a swagger for the program, making Texas Tech a bit of a cool program on the rise in his short time on the sidelines in Lubbock. This is one of the reasons Kingsbury was a good hire for the program. He played at Texas Tech and therefore understands how to handle the program and reach out to the fans. The results seem to be paying some early dividends.
It also helps that Texas Tech has an attractive home schedule at Jones AT&T Stadium this fall. The Red Raiders host Arkansas in non-conference play and Texas, Oklahoma, and West Virginia in Big 12 play. The final game of the regular season, against Baylor, will be played in AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
— Texas Tech Athletics (@TechAthletics) July 9, 2014