"Team Bleach" fans that claim they are ready to move on - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

1/14/10

"Team Bleach" fans that claim they are ready to move on

By Katie Bauer - bio | email

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - While many fans showed up to show their support for Mike Leach, others are saying it's time to move on.

Just launched is a new Facebook group calling themselves "Team Bleach." On their site they say, the group is designed for Texas Tech fans who want to get past all the dirty laundry and move on.

It also says goes on to say it's time to acknowledge there's a new coach in town and support him, his team, and the university we love.

On KCBD's Facebook page, many people have commented, along these same lines.

Melissa writes, "He's not coming back. We have a new coach that we need to be behind and support our boys."

Kristi writes, "I am so tired of hearing about it. Life does go on."

To check out "Team Bleach," (click here).

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