Texas Tech, UT plan to play annually as non-conference foes

Texas Tech and Texas have met in football every year since 1960. The series was jeopardized by Texas' choice to soon leave the Big 12, but Tech athletics director Kirby Hocutt says he and Texas AD Chris Del Conte have discussed the two schools playing annually in all sports for the next 20 to 25 years.

The College of Texas shortly will be absent from the Major 12, but the Longhorns will never be forgotten in Texas Tech circles.

Nor are they possible to vanish from venues such as Jones AT&T Stadium, United Supermarkets Arena and other Tech stadiums.

Tech and UT have experienced severe conversations about continuing to perform each year as non-meeting opponents following the Longhorns go reside as associates of the Southeastern Conference, Tech athletics director Kirby Hocutt explained to A-J Media on Friday.

Pink Raider Sporting activities first documented the advancement.

“We have experienced conversations with the University of Texas about continuing to perform them once they go away the Massive 12 Convention, on an annual foundation, in all sports,” Hocutt told the A-J, “and we have received affirmation from management at the College of Texas that they agree that would be a beneficial issue and have pledged that they will work that out with us in terms of future program.”

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