- Jozy Altidore Sets U.S. Record With Goal, Further Erases Memories Of Landon Donovan
- The Prancing Elites All-Male Dance Team Will One Day Rule The Sports World
- Shame Of Miami: Police Called As Heat Fans Who Left Early Pound On Doors To Be Let Back In
- Think Hitting One R.A. Dickey Knuckleball is Hard? Try Hitting Six At Once
- FIFA Rules Male Players Can Wear Turbans, Overruling CSA
Decensae White, Who Played For Bobby Knight At Texas Tech And Attended Tom Brady’s High School, Extradited On Murder Charge
Decensae White’s father raised him to play for Bobby Knight, and he once seemingly had the basketball world by the tail after landing at Texas Tech to play for the legendary coach. But all that seems years and miles in the past now. White was recently arrested on a murder charge in connection with a rapper’s death in Atlanta.
Tommy Tuberville Bolted From Dinner With Texas Tech Prospects To Accept The Cincinnati Head Coaching Job
On Saturday, Tommy Tuberville was named the next head coach of the Cincinnati Bearcats football team. Devonte Danzey of Hutchinson (Kansas) Community College, a Texas Tech offensive guard prospect, was stunned. Probably because Tuberville bolted in the middle of dinner with Danzey on Friday, only to find out Saturday that Tuberville had, uh, left dinner to join another school.
I previously said Will Muschamp is a pyschopath. It seems Muschamp has company. Enter Tommy Tuberville.
A lower third graphic during Saturday’s episode of “Gameday” sent ESPN viewers through the Wayback Machine.
When A Football Coach Gets A $500,000 Pay Raise After Faculty Salaries Are Frozen, Professors Get Pissed
Nothing is bigger in Texas than football. Texas Tech University made that clear when giving Tommy Tuberville a $500,000 raise despite freezing faculty salaries
Mike Leach, the former Texas Tech football coach who was fired on December 30th, 2009 for mistreating an injured player, had his breach of contract claim thrown out by a Texas appeals court. The court said he could still pursue non-monetary claims.
The other Big 12 schools in the Lone Star State don’t get nearly the same amount of fawning attention as University of Texas. So, if you’re, say, Baylor, you need to find other ways to get noticed. As this is 2010, that way is apparently through a Facebook note.
It’s no secret that the landscape of college athletics is about to change thanks to conference expansion plans – only no one really knows what these plans are. But yesterday, Orangebloods.com reported that the first domino is about to fall – and if they’re right, it would be massive.