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.
With the Super Bowl coming up this weekend between the New York Giants and New England, players are probably conjuring up all their superstitions to help their team to the top prize. That holds true for New England Patriot receiver Wes Welker, who played four years for Texas Tech until 2004 when he went pro.
One of the best parts of the Super Bowl is getting to see never-before-shown commercials. Clients have gotten so creative in recent years and it proves to be, sometimes, the best part of the game. This year NBC reports commercials for the big game are sold out.
After one season as the defensive coordinator for the Texas Tech Red Raider football team, Chad Glasgow is leaving and head coach Tommy Tuberville will be hiring yet another defensive coordinator. Just last week Tech was denying reports that Glasgow was out.
How would you like to meet BOTH TTU Basketball coaches up close and personal tomorrow? Join 99 Five The Bear tomorrow at the United Supermarket Market Street location at 50th and Indiana from 11:30am to 1pm for free snacks from the United Bakery and you are invited to bring your family and friends along
If they ever make a remake of "Friday Night Lights" they might want to consider Michigan as the setting and include this real-life event. Pinckney Community High School was up against Grand Blanc last Friday night. At half time, Brianna Amat was named Homecoming Queen. And then later kicked the field goal that won the game for Pinckney 9-7 over Grand Blanc.
Texas Tech's 32-member cheerleading squad was named Best All-Around Collegiate Squad at the National Cheerleaders Association College Summer Camp on SMU campus in Dallas. In addition, eleven members were named as All-Americans. Raider Red, the Tech mascot, was honored as well, being selected as an All-American Mascot.
Prayer has gotten me through so many trying times in my life. In the Christian faith, the Bible directs us through Psalm 6:9, "The Lord has heard my supplication; The Lord receives my prayer". There are websites that help you pray. However, the prayer issued at a car racing event recently is probably the most unusual one ever heard.
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