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Three-star guard/forward becomes Texas Tech's second 2015 commitment

As Tubby Smith goes through the process of rebuilding the Texas Tech program, one area he had to address on the recruiting trail was the talent on the perimeter. 253 more words

Here's Texas Tech Coach Tubby Smith Falling Off A Motorcycle At Midnight Madness

Here’s Texas Tech men’s basketball head coach Tubby Smith at last night’s Midnight Madness paying homage to Shaft by riding into the arena on a motorcycle. 44 more words

SmokingSection

Tubby crashes motorcycle at preseason event

Texas Tech basketball coach Tubby Smith’s start to the season was a strange one.

The former Kentucky coach crashed his motorcycle on the Red Raiders’ basketball court Friday night during the team’s preseason Showtime event. 66 more words

SEC News

Tubby Smith Crashed a Motorcycle at Midnight Madness

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College basketball season officially began last night with schools around the country celebrating Midnight Madness in various silly ways. Tubby Smith and Texas Tech are coming off a 14-18 season in his first year in Lubbock, so he had to do something exciting to get the fans hyped for the season. 52 more words

College Basketball

Tubby Smith rolls into Midnight Madness on motorcycle dressed as Shaft, falls over

For Texas Tech’s Midnight Madness, head coach Tubby Smith dressed up as Shaft and made his entrance on a motorcycle.

This is a real thing that actually happened. 130 more words

NCAAB

Tubby Smith crashes motorcycle at Texas Tech's 'Showtime' event (VIDEO)

College basketball coaches have chosen to go with some interesting entrances at preseason events over the years. Michigan State’s Tom Izzo has a new theme every year, usually having something to do with the destination of that season’s Final Four, and last year New Mexico’s Craig Neal rode a Harley into ‘The Pit” to kick things off in his first season as head coach. 108 more words

Shooting Guards Rex Chapman and Jodie Meeks

Two Kentucky fan favorites, Rex Chapman and Jodie Meeks, may have played decades apart at Kentucky but both were amazing shooting guards that earned their place in Kentucky Basketball lore. 235 more words

Kentucky Basketball