Texas Tech Rumors & News

  • Texas Tech Walk-On QB Luke Gonsioroski Dies of Cancer at Age 18

    Bleacher Report "Texas Tech walk-on quarterback Luke Gonsioroski has died of cancer at the age of 18. Texas Tech football announced Gonsioroski's death on Twitter. Red Raiders head coach Kliff Kingsbury issued a statement about Gonsiorski's death, via Akshay Mirchandani of the Dallas Morning News: "We are..." August 08

  • Kliff Kingsbury says spread quarterbacks are ready for the NFL

    Pro Football Talk "There’s a sentiment among some NFL coaches that the spread offense, popular in college, doesn’t prepare quarterbacks for the NFL. One college coach who runs the spread disagrees. Texas Tech head coach Kliff Kingsbury said on PFT Live that there are a number of young quarterbacks playing in the..." August 01

  • Texas Tech top WR Jonathan Giles transferring to LSU

    ESPN "For the second time this offseason, LSU has landed a marquee transfer from Texas Tech. Jonathan Giles, who led the Red Raiders in receiving last season, announced Monday on Twitter that he'll be transferring to LSU. Giles caught 69 passes for 1,158 yards and 13 touchdowns last year. He ended..." May 16

  • Texas Tech lands versatile Iowa grad transfer Derrick Mitchell

    Scout "Former Iowa running back Derrick Mitchell announced via social media Saturday that he is transferring to Texas Tech after graduating this semester. As a grad transfer, the 6-foot-1, 230 pounder will be eligible to play for the Red Raiders in the fall. Mitchell tallied 27 carries for 174 yards..." May 13

  • Tony Brown becomes 3rd WR to leave Texas Tech this offseason

    Sports Day "Texas Tech receiver Tony Brown announced he plans to leave Lubbock and transfer from Texas Tech via Twitter on Thursday afternoon. Brown is the second receiver to announce an intent to transfer after leading receiver from last year Jonathan Giles said he was leaving the program on April 28...." May 13

  • LSU lands former Texas Tech defensive lineman Breiden Fehoko

    ESPN "Former Texas Tech defensive lineman Breiden Fehoko announced Monday he will transfer to LSU. Fehoko was a two-year starter for the Red Raiders and the No. 51 recruit in the ESPN 300 in 2015. He took five official visits this spring and chose LSU over Auburn, Georgia, Ole Miss and..." April 18