This story came out a couple of weeks ago but it was hard to believe. The way things are now a days, one should not dismiss anything that is revealed, especially in sports. There be players suspended for drug use, gambling, steriod use and now bounty hunting.
When you think of women's basketball you usually don't think of someone dunking the ball. Well, last night it happened as Baylor's Brittney Griner threw one down against Florida in NCAA Tournament action in Bowling Green Ohio.
The Texas Tech Red Raider baseball team is back in the friendly confines of Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park. Starting today they will open a six game home stand. The Red Raiders will host Florida Gulf Coast tonight and Wednesday night at 6pm.
When you get a chance to extend you season, you want to take advantage of it. That is exactly what the Texas Tech Lady Raiders are doing. They grabbed their second win in the WNIT, beating the Green Wave of Tulane 69-55 Sunday afternoon in the United Spirit Arena.
John Anderson was born and raised in Florida but moved to Nashville in 1971 and the age of 17. He played the clubs around the area and also helped build the current Grand Ole Opry House. He finally got a record deal with Warner Bros.in 1977 but didn't have a top 10 hit until four years later in 1980.
Here's a chance for the avid Texas Tech Red Raider fan to get some Red Raider gear. Not just any gear, but the real stuff that the coaches and players wear. The nice thing is you can get it at a discount.
It's not the NCAA, but the WNIT and the Texas Tech Lady Raiders are making the most of it to play on. Play on they did last night, rolling to an 85-71 win over Eastern Illinois in the United Spirit Arena.
David Ball grew up in a musical family and grew up in South Carolina. His dad was a Baptist preacher. He persuaded his folks to buy him a guitar and when he was in the seventh grade, he wrote his first song. He learned how to play the bass and with some of his friends would perform at bluegrass and country festivals.
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