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Jordan Brangers asks for release from Texas Tech

Jordan Brangers (Source: KCBD Photo) Jordan Brangers (Source: KCBD Photo)

South Plains College Texan Jordan Brangers asked for his release from Texas Tech on Wednesday.

South Plains College tells KCBD that Brangers' grandmother is ill and he wants to pursue schools closer to his home in Kentucky.

Brangers helped guide the Texans to a 32-2 record and a 3rd place finish in the NJCAA National Tournament.

Hitting 3-pointers from 30 to 40 feet away, Brangers had Red Raider fans excited about him playing for Chris Beard at the United Supermarkets Arena next year.

Sadly that won't happen, but we wish Jordan Brangers the best.

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