Big 12 Media Days College Featured Football 

Five questions answered during Big 12’s Media Days

Now that Big 12 head coaches and some of their players wrapped up the two-day event known as Media Days July 13-14, it’s time to review what was learned. Headed into the event, I shared my five questions in the hopes of getting answers. Here’s what is known: Television contracts and the possibility of a conference network. So much of this comes down to the exit and exit fees of Oklahoma and Texas moving to the SEC. The good news is there appears to be a timeline thanks to UCLA…

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Texas Tech’s McGuire remains energetic, confident in his Red Raiders

Texas Tech head football coach Joey McGuire brought the same energy to Big 12 Media Days July 14 that he had when he visited the Rudy Davalos Horseshoe Bay Sports Club weeks earlier. McGuire appeared before the Big 12 press corps and exhibited why alumni, boosters and fans are investing $200 million in the football facility, a project that is expected to begin after the Red Raiders’ final regular season game in 2022, which is against Oklahoma Nov. 26. “I thought I knew our alumni base,” he said. “This alumni…

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Texas Tech’s McGuire gives overview on Red Raiders and the new landscape of college and high school sports

Name, image and likeness is part of the new landscape of college and, perhaps very soon, Texas high schools. Add in the transfer portal for college athletes, and fans are seeing some of the best players on their favorite teams leave for what the athletes believe to be greener pastures elsewhere. Since few rules seem to govern name, image and likeness and the transfer portal, new Texas Tech head football coach Joey McGuire was asked to explain it to members of the Rudy Davalos Horseshoe Bay Sports Club on May…

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McGuire promises Texas Tech fans will be proud of team

To an audience filled with attendees wearing Texas Tech University red, new head football coach Joey McGuire made them one guarantee. “If you’re watching on TV or in the stadium, you’ll be extremely proud,” he said. “There will never be a time where you question how hard we’re playing.” McGuire made that comment as the featured speaker of the Rudy Davalos Horseshoe Bay Sports Club May 26. During the presentation, the coach outlined his vision for the program and how he and the coaches are implementing it. “Our purpose is…

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