Texas Tech junior guard Kyler Edwards has officially put his name in the transfer portal and move on from Tech, according to Tech Athletics.
When the Texas Tech head coaching position opened, Mark Adams was a clear-cut favorite by numerous former players. T.J. Holyfield, Brandon Fancois and Dejan Kravic all shared their insight on Tech’s new coach here.
Texas Tech's new head basketball coach Mark Adams will be introduced in front of fans at United Supermarkets Arena at 6 p.m. Fans are to enter at the Southwest and Southeast corners of the arena.
Texas Tech sophomore guard Kevin McCullar announced via Twitter that he will stay at Texas Tech. He announced this just moments after it was announced Mark Adams would be the Red Raiders' next head coach.
A trail of departures in wake of former head coach Chris Beard's relocation to Texas is imminent within the Red Raider basketball program.
April 1 marked day one of Texas Tech basketball moving forward without former head coach Chris Beard, as he made his decision to pursue a career with in-conference rival, Texas.
Junior guard Kyler Edwards has announced that he is leaving Texas Tech and has put his name in the transfer portal, according to Edward’s Twitter and Instagram.
Texas Tech head basketball coach Chris Beard has been at the forefront of nationwide coaching talks following the Red Raiders’ departure from March Madness.
The Texas Tech men’s basketball team’s season has officially come to a close after a second round loss to the Arkansas Razorbacks in the 2021 NCAA Tournament.
After knocking off Utah State in round one of March Madness, the sixth-seeded Red Raiders will advance to play third-seeded Arkansas in round 32.
Texas Tech men’s basketball is entering its third-straight NCAA tournament with an opening appearance against Utah State on March 19.
With March Madness just around the corner, fans around the country have been frantically doing their best to fill out their brackets in time before the tournament starts.
The 17-10 Texas Tech men’s basketball team earned a sixth seed in the South Region of the 2021 NCAA Tournament and will kick off its appearance in the tournament with a matchup against the 11th seed Utah State Aggies, one of the best defensive teams in the nation statistically, according to ESPN.
On Tuesday, the No. 7 Texas Tech (14-6, 6-5) will play the TCU Horned Frogs (11-8, 4-6) in United Supermarkets Arena. This will be the first of back-to-back games the teams will be playing against each other, with the second matchup to be played in Fort Worth on Thursday.
On Thursday, the Big 12 Conference and Commissioner Bob Bowlsby publicly reprimanded Tech head coach Chris Beard for his ejection on Tuesday night against West Virginia. Beard received a double technical with less than 30 seconds remaining in the game after he fervently argued with the officials.
In their game against West Virginia on Monday, the Red Raiders showed just how prolific their offense can be. Texas Tech scored 87 points in the bout, the second-most they have scored in a conference game this season. Junior guard Mac McClung led the team with 30 points.
On Monday night, No. 10 Texas Tech fell to No. 11 West Virginia 88-87 inside of WVU Coliseum. Eighty-eight points is by far the most Tech has allowed this season.