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Texas Tech Red Raiders Football

The Texas Tech Red Raiders football team competes in the NCAA Division-I Big 12 Conference South Division. Texas Tech University located in Lubbock, Texas has been the home of Red Raider football since the 1925 season. Although the program is 84 years old it is relatively young compared to other Big 12 football teams. Despite being the youngin' of the conference the Texas Tech Red Raiders have managed to maintain an overall winning record of 502-389-32.


Jones AT&T Stadium

The Red Raiders play their home games in Jones AT&T Stadium. The Jones AT&T Stadium seating chart has a capacity of 53,000 fans. On game days in Lubbock, Texas Tech Red Raiders fans pack the stadium often selling out the stadium. The Red Raiders have an even stronger winning record at the Jones AT&T Stadium, with a winning percentage of .663, going to show that there really is a home field advantage!


Texas Tech Success

The Texas Tech Red Raiders don't have to play at the Jones AT&T stadium to win though. The Red Raiders football program can proudly claim 11 Conference Championships, 1 Divisional Championship, and 32 postseason Bowl Game appearances. Recently the Texas Tech football program played in the 2006 Insight Bowl beating Minnesota 44-41, the 2007 Gator Bowl beating Virginia 31-28 and the 2008 Cotton Bowl loosing 47-31 to Ole Miss. All of the bowl appearances and conference games prepare the Texas Tech Red Raiders players to play professional football. Currently, there are 14 former Red Raiders in the NFL.


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