Rob Breaux is a sports talk host, show producer, online writer, and news anchor for Townsquare Media of Lubbock. You can hear him weekdays on Ryan Hyatt's Raiderland, during KFYO Sports Updates, and Saturdays during the college football and basketball seasons hosting "Rob Breaux's College Tailgate" on stations across West Texas. Interact with Breaux on Twitter @robbreauxshow. Breaux previously produced "The Weston Odom Show" and "Jack Dale's Sportsline" before becoming the host of his own sport talk show. Breaux also hosted Talk 103.9/1340's Texas Tech Football pregame show, "Countdown to Kickoff" from 2016-2019. Breaux is a graduate of Lubbock Christian School and he attended Lubbock Christian University. He's a Jerry Jones apologist and Kliff Kingsbury look-alike.
Texas Tech is Bowl Eligible, But Where Will They Go?
The Big 12 has eight teams currently eligible for the postseason Bowl Extravaganza. That pecking order matters for bowl selections but it also doesn't matter. The Big 12 has automatic tie-ins, but they make exceptions all the time so the third-place team might go to the second-place bowl the second-place might opt for the lower tier to go to a destination and so on and so forth. ...
Texas Tech Awards Special Jersey Number of 2022 Season
At LSU, the biggest playmaker gets number 7. At Baylor, the single-digit numbers are reserved for the best players on the team. Now, at Texas Tech, number 3 is a special jersey. Kobee Minor came into the offseason and retained the uniform number after proving himself to the new coaching staff...
Former Texas Tech Coordinator Gets First Win at New School
David Yost and the FIU Panthers scored 32 points in the 4th quarter and overtime to beat Bryant, but that's not who I'm talking about. Sonny Cumbie also coached his first game, but couldn't pull out a win against Missouri. The winner of week 1 was Abilene Christian Head Coach Keith Patterson. T...
Three Texas Tech Pitchers Taken in First 6 Rounds of MLB Draft
In round one of the MLB draft, Jace Jung was selected 12th overall by the Detroit Tigers. In the following two rounds, the Red Raiders were shut out on draft picks, then in the 4th round, business started picking up again. Andrew Morris was off the board next, going to the Minnesota Twins organization in the fourth round...
TCU AD Doubles Down That They Don’t Want Red Raiders in Fort Worth
Early this week, I wrote about an interaction on Twitter where the official TCU Twitter handle claimed that TCU was THE University of Fort Worth. The tweet was met with immense criticism from Texas Tech fans who argued that if TCU was the premier university of Fort Worth, then you wouldn't need a special promotion to "Keep the Stadium Purple" when Texas Tech played there. ...
Will Texas Tech Football Win More Than 5 Games in 2022?
Texas Tech Football's win totals are getting the Las Vegas treatment this week as oddsmakers start to release the win totals for every team in the country.
Ranking the 10 Best Texas Tech Quarterbacks Since 2000
Putting Air Raid Quarterbacks up against a quarterback from an earlier era is tough. The era of football played at Texas Tech starting in 2000 was an entirely different game than what was played before. Rodney Allison, Joe Barnes, and Billy Joe Tolliver were great, but the volume of passing statistics just don't match what Patrick Mahomes and Graham Harrell were able to do...
‘Vengeance’ Looks Like a Movie About West Texas That Gets It
They even know we prefer Texas Tech to those dirty Longhorns.
West Texas Golfer Gets Longest Odds at PGA Event
The self-titled West Texas Driving Range Pro JJ Killeen is participating in the Byron Nelson PGA event starting today, May 12th, and could potentially make some people major money if he takes home the trophy. HYPOTHETICALLY, if somebody had made a $5 bet, at a legal establishment, Killeen to win the tournament, then they'd be walking away with $12,500 if he's holding a trophy on Sunday... Read Mor
Hilariously Perplexed Lawyer Appears as Cute Kitten During Zoom Call With Judge
"I'm here live. I'm not a cat."