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10/17/05

Tailgate With Tech Fans in Austin

Thousands of Red Raiders are expected to be in Austin for the big game this weekend and here's where they'll be on Friday night. Raider Ruckus starts at 7:30 Friday night. It's at Maggie Mae's, 323 East 6th street in Austin.

Saturday, the Austin chapter of the Texas Tech Alumni Association is hosting a tailgate party, starting at 11:30 in the morning. Just stop by 15th street between Congress and San Jacinto.

Even if you don't have tickets, you can watch the game with other Tech fans on a big screen TV.

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