As we draw closer to the end of the college football season, we might be drawing closer to the end of Kliff Kingsbury’s tenure as Texas Tech’s head coach.
The wins and losses simply aren’t there this year for Kingsbury and his teams have faltered in the fourth quarter for the fifth year in a row.
So, where does Texas Tech go from here? ESPN writer Adam Rittenberg says that there are multiple names on the list, including SMU’s Chad Morris, North Texas’s Seth Littrell, Troy’s Neal Brown, and Arkansas State’s Blake Anderson .
While there are no doubt many names that can be linked to the job, there’s still a chance that Kingsbury stays. If he somehow pulls off three wins in a row to end the season and wins a bowl game convincingly, he stays. Texas Tech isn’t looking so hot right now, so winning three in a row isn’t probable. If the Red Raiders can’t pull it off and stay home during bowl season again, a brand new coach will be under the Christmas tree in Lubbock.
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