DTN Daily Diatribe | Texas Tech News, Notes and Links | 2012-05-16 – Double
ODDS AND ENDS | USA Today expelled a finances for all open jaunty universities (does not embody private schools and maybe troops academies). Texas Tech is still on a certain side of a ledger, so that’s good. You could spend a few hours there.
An elephant with a prosthetic leg ? Sure, because not.
CONFERENCE REALIGNMENT | Frank a Tank writes that Florida St. to a Big 12 is penny correct and bruise foolish. SB Nation’s Jason Kirk looks during what we can learn from soccer relegation and requesting it to college football as does Barking Carnival.
TENNIS | Congrats to women’s conduct coach Todd Petty who was named informal manager of a year and Samantha Adams who was named as a informal actor to watch by a Intercollegiate Tennis Association and additional congrats to men’s conduct manager Tim Siegel who was named a ITA Texas Region Coach of a Year, partner manager Marcelo Ferreira was named a ITA Assistant Coach of a Year, Gonzalo Escobar was awarded a Arthur Ashe Leadership and Sportsmanship Award and a ITA/Rafael Osuna Sportsmanship Award!
SOFTBALL | Congrats to those players respected with All Big 12 awards, including Mikey Kenney being named for a initial group and Emily Bledsoe, Sandy James, and Adriana Perez being named to a second team!
BASEBALL | Too many players to list, though congrats to a 11 players awarded Academic All-Big 12 Selections!
LAJ’s George Watson previews Kansas St. and records that miss of comparison care and unsuitable pitching have harm a Wildcats.
FOOTBALL | Head manager Tommy Tuberville was on ESPN Austin yesterday morning. You can find a audio by going to that couple and looking for a audio on 5/15/12. It was a good listen and is too extensive for me to summarize, though says that he would adore to have Florida St. in a Big 12, admits again that a invulnerability was only awful, and that CB Cornelius Douglas and WR Eric Ward are dual players that he expects to have a poignant impact subsequent year.
LAJ’s Don Williams has his story on Gabe Rivera being inducted into a College Football Hall of Fame. we go behind to a stats listed yesterday, 321 tackles over a 4 year career is absurd to consider about and is simply extraordinary from a defensive lineman.