Texas Tech Red Raiders Fort Worth Tickets
The Texas Tech Red Raiders represent the Texas Tech University. The Red Raiders’ football program is one of the most active programs. The football team competes in the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s Division I, Football Bowl Subdivision. The Red Raiders are founding members of the Big 12 conference, which includes teams like the Texas Longhorns, Horned Frogs and the West Virginia Mountaineers. They play their home games at the Jones AT&T Stadium which is located in Lubbock Texas. Get Texas Tech Red Raiders Fort Worth tickets and watch the Red Raiders in their quest for victory.
- TCU Horned Frogs vs. Texas Tech Red Raiders, Ed & Rae Schollmaier Arena tickets for 02/07 08:00 PM at Ed & Rae Schollmaier Arena, Fort Worth, TX
- Tue Feb 07 2017
The Texas Tech Red Raiders football team played its first season in 1925. They have the distinction of winning over five hundred games, with a win percentage of point five six. The Red Raiders have won eleven conference titles to go along with their lone Division title. Their post season record shows that they have participated in thirty six bowl games and have amassed fourteen wins over the years. This ranks the Red Raiders on the thirteenth spot in the list of all time bowl wins and eighteenth in the list of most number of bowl games played.
Get Texas Tech Red Raiders Fort Worth tickets and watch the Red Raiders face off against the Texas Christian University Horned Frogs. The game will be held at the Amon Carter Stadium in Fort Worth, the home of the Horned Frogs. Fort Worth nicknamed the “The Fort” is Texas State’s fifth largest city. The city with its American Western culture will be alive and kicking when the Red Raiders visit.
The Red Raiders made a new addition to their coaching staff with the appointment of Kliff Kingsbury, former Red Raider quarterback, as the head coach. Kingsbury became the fifteenth head coach of the Raiders, after Tommy Tuberville resigned from the post in December 2012. The Raiders still adjusting to the new coach ended their 2013 season on a winning note with a win over Arizona State and overall season stats of eight wins and five losses. Come support the Raiders as they try to score more wins in the 2014 season.