Look, at this point, I'm completely burnt out on writing snarky stories about Chris Beard.
I really am.
I don't want to keep making the same jokes, but sometimes it's just impossible to avoid.
Like today when I saw this:
Chris Beard: Man of the Year.
With a big game against Texas Tech ahead of him, Texas Longhorns Basketball Head Coach Chris Beard said in a pregame press conference that all Texas students would be a priority and let in for the game in Austin.
Well, Coach Beard, you said they would be let in, but that doesn't mean that they were able to stay.
Personal admission here: I really liked Chris Beard when he was at Texas Tech. Frankly, I still like Chris Beard.
Sure, call him a traitor because of where he went and how he left, but he was really likable in Lubbock and he's one of the best in the world at what he does. Don...
Monday night, the Texas Longhorns showed up at the United Supermarkets Arena for a shootaround. Normally, that wouldn't be a big deal, but with Raiderville in attendance the opposing bus rolling in made for a couple of tense moments.
First, when the team walked into the arena there was some light taunting from about 50 feet away...
You might remember last week how several Red Raiders were trying to facilitate the sale of Frank Erwin Center tickets to the Texas Tech game against the Texas Longhorns in Austin.
If you missed that story, here's a brief recap:
"The most anticipated game on the schedule for the Red Raiders' fanbase is obviously February 1st when Beard and his Longhorns come to Lubbock...
Attendance has been an issue for the University of Texas and Chris Beard this season as they try and convince the people of Austin to give a hoot about their basketball team.
The Texas basketball team has two fans. I'm sure there are more, but where Texas Tech has Raider Riot, a group full of thousands, the Longhorns have only been able to single out two fans worth a mention: Hawaiian Shirt Guy, a