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Texas Tech could have the’most hostile’ environment

Texas Tech could have the’most hostile’ environment

Chris Beard, Texas Basketball Mandatory Credit: Scott Wachter-USA TODAY Sports

New head coach after a successful week Chris BeardNo. 23 ranked Texas basketball are getting set for what promises to be one of the most exhilarating games of the season on the night of Feb. 1. Texas will face the No. Mark Adams, first-year coach and 14th-ranked Texas Tech Red Raiders.

Texas Tech is clearly seeking revenge, as they host Beard, their former head coach in Lubbock. Beard left the Red Raiders to become the Longhorns’ coach last spring. Beard bolted from Lubbock after spending five seasons as Texas Tech’s head coach.

This is going to be an environment in Lubbock where the Red Raiders’ faithful are looking for blood. There likely isn’t going to be any sort of warm welcome for Beard as he returns to Lubbock for the first time as the Longhorns head coach.

Texas Tech will have Ric Flair, a Texas Tech employee, emcee the pre-game festivities at United Supermarkets arena ahead of tip-off on February 1 between the Longhorns & Red Raiders. There are many indicators that Lubbock will feel electric in the early hours of this week.

Chris Beard, former Texas Tech head coach, set out to play in Lubbock in hostile conditions with No. 23 Texas basketball on February 1.

This could end up being the most hostile environment that the Longhorns ever play in. It will likely be the most hostile and electric atmosphere ever experienced by Red Raiders basketball in Lubbock’s United Supermarkets Arena.

Texas Tech fans will do everything possible to drive the Longhorns out this week. Texas has some momentum heading into this match. But this obviously won’t be an easy win for them by any means.

Texas will face a hostile climate in Lubbock, Texas on Feb. 1. Texas Tech also has a team that is ready for a Big 12 Championship. Texas Tech is already the favorite for this game. Texas Tech has not done particularly well against ranked opponents on the road so far this season.

However, Texas would win this huge victory if they could pull it off on the road against Texas Tech February 1. After a big win at home over the No. 18 Tennessee Volunteers last weekend. Tip-off between Texas Tech and Texas is scheduled for 8 p.m. CT Lubbock on February 1.

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