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Texas Tech sells out season tickets for first time in school history

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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.

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6 Responses to “Texas Tech sells out season tickets for first time in school history”
  1. Hard On For Harden says: Jul 9, 2014 9:45 PM

    “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.”

    Need more program

  2. thefiesty1 says: Jul 9, 2014 10:19 PM

    Good for tee tee. Think what they’d do if the win something.

  3. Stephanie says: Jul 9, 2014 10:40 PM

    As an alum, I humbly must agree with fiesty. If we could just rise above mediocre once in a while…

  4. dmvtransplant says: Jul 10, 2014 9:23 AM

    “Head coach Kliff Kingsbury has revitalized the program”

    When you get blown out at home by Kansas State the same year KSU losses to an FCS team, using words like revitalized seems silly. Tech lost 5 striaght games last year to close out the season, including a more than 3 TDs loss to a bad Texas team.

    Of course the flip side to the argument is A&M lost 4 games last year and everyone thinks their the greatest thing in the Lone Star state.

  5. 8to80texansblog says: Jul 10, 2014 9:55 AM

    Tortilla factories in Lubbock are churning at full capacity now.

    BTW…. Is Craig James public enemy #1 in Lubbock? He probably should be.

  6. ancientcougar says: Jul 10, 2014 11:35 AM

    Houston lost a great opportunity when they chose Levine over Kingsbury

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