Crazy things always happen during the Tech football games but I never thought it would be something like this AND CAUGHT ON CAMERA?

Texas Tech defensive player Tyler Owens should apparently be on offense catching balls. While getting ready for the game to kick off Owens caught and released a pigeon.

Don't believe us? Don't worry the amazing David Collier caught it all on camera and it is pretty funny. Take a look.

You can see in the video Owens and his teammates couldn't believe what happened and had no idea what to do. Don't worry the pigeon was not harmed. It just wanted to wish Ownes good luck.

Texas Tech did go on to lose the homecoming game 21 to 38. Texas Tech's next football game will be at BYU on Saturday, October 21st at 6 p.m.

The rest of the football schedule:

Tech Vs. TCU on Nov 2nd at 6 p.m.

Tech at Kansas on Nov. 11th

Tech Vs. UCF on Nov. 18th

Tech at UT on Nov 24th at 6:30 p.m.

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