- The Daily News of Galveston County has a story on the newest Texas Tech quarterback recruit, Jacob Karam.
- CSTV reports that Texas Tech women's golfer Megan Dowdy has made the cut at the U.S. Amateur Women's Open in Erin. Wisconsin.
- The Lawrence Journal World lists their top-five juco players to keep an eye on this fall and Texas Tech defensive end Brandon SeSay is in that list.
Paragraph on SeSay:
(From the Lawrence Journal World)
3. Brandon SeSay, Texas Tech DE (Visalia [Calif.] College of the Sequoias)
Why the hype: Rivals.com ranked SeSay No. 11 in its 2008 junior-college top 100. That ranking was higher than any other juco prospect in the Big 12, including Crawford (16) and Miller (26). SeSay, listed at 6-6 and 273 pounds, runs a speedy 4.6-second 40-yard dash. It's no secret Texas Tech's offense makes everyone break out the calculators trying to add up the ridiculous numbers. Look no further than quarterback Graham Harrell, who passed for 5,705 yards; or sophomore-to-be wide receiver phenom Michael Crabtree, who caught 134 passes for 1,962 yards and 22 touchdowns. If SeSay can solidify the defense, coach Mike Leach undoubtedly will challenge Oklahoma and Texas in the South.