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2016 Big 12 Football Breakdown Part 1

The Big 12 has a very rich and prestigious football history. From Nebraska’s dominance with Tom Osborne at the helm to Vince Young and the Texas Longhorns dethroning the USC Trojans to The Boz tackling every ball carrier he could find, the Big 12 certainly has created memories. 1,695 more words

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This mom got her son a cardboard cutout of his dog to take to college

Turns out bringing your dog to college with you isn’t so far-fetched after all.

When Sharla Ostrowski realized how much her son Jake would miss Jesse, the family golden retriever, she found a way to make the separation a little less “ruff” — she bought a life-sized cardboard cutout of Jesse for Jake to take with him. 225 more words

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You live you learn...

Ok, for those that care, I haven’t updated in 10 months. Reason being, Lubbock kicked me in the balls with depression. It was so bad, I didn’t even want to recall any events to update this blog. 965 more words

Memphis is trying to "bribe" its way into the Big 12, and what they're using is hilarious

Getting into the Big 12 seems to be extremely important to the University of Memphis. So much so that they apparently tried to “bribe” current Big 12 member Texas Tech with… barbecue. 218 more words

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Four-star RB Stanley Hackett anounces verbal commitment

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One school received great news late on Thursday, as four-star running back Stanley Hackett (6-foot-3, 193 pounds, Pasadena, TX) of the 2018 recruiting class announced his commitment to Texas Tech. 203 more words

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Texas Tech lands in-state commitment for 2018

Less than a month after receiving a scholarship offer from Texas Tech, Stanley Hackett already has his collegiate future decided.

Just an incoming junior, Hackett announced a verbal commitment to the Red Raiders on Thursday. 109 more words

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Scholarly Communication 101

Welcome to the inaugural blog post for Scholarly Communication in Raiderland. This blog covers topics in scholarly communication. For those who are not familiar, scholarly communication has many definitions and interpretations but typically means: the process of academics, scholars and researchers sharing and publishing their research findings so that they are available to the wider academic community and beyond. 75 more words