Sunday, February 19, 2012

Tommy Tuberville wants an indoor practice facility at Texas Tech.

Texas Tech head football coach Tommy Tuberville is the latest college football coach calling for his school to build him an indoor practice facility. Of course, it's not for the Red Raiders players, because Texas Tech head football coaches aren't supposed to care for the health and well being of their wards (at least if those players are the wussy sons of now-former ESPN analysts.) No, Tuberville wants one basically because he and his coaches don't want to get wet and cold in the chilly Texas late winter.

"It doesn't bother the players," he said. "They were running full speed so they weren't cool at all. It's just all of us standing around and watching that is affects more than anybody. This was not too bad, it could be a lot worse. The wind has been good and yesterday we didn't have any wind at all. I'd rather have this with no wind than 65 degrees and the wind blowing 35 miles per hour."

(comment emboldened by me)

It is almost a shame that Texas Tech doesn't already have an existing indoor practice facility. Think of all the places Mike Leach could have stuffed Adam James if one was already in existence. The mind boggles with the possibilities.

(via The Dallas Morning News)

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