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11/21/08

Tech Football Makes Front Page of USA Today

And the countdown continues! It is less than 24 hours until the Red Raiders take on the Oklahoma Sooners. Even though the game is in Norman, you can still feel the excitement around town. Texas Tech football is getting all kinds of media attention, both locally and nationwide.

On Friday the Red Raiders made the front page of USA Today, the article says if they beat OU the Red Raiders' unlikely dreams of a national title would suddenly be in focus. 

Tech fans say they know the Red Raiders can pull it off.  

  • "I'm saying it's going to be a pretty low scoring game, but I think Tech is going to come out on top."
  • "I think we'll win probably, I know we'll win. I just don't know how much, say 14 points."
  • "We're going to blow them out. Three touchdown win."
  • "We're going to the BCS championship I'm confident, we're going to go."

 

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