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TTU Fans Make Changes to Amon G. Carter Stadium Wikipedia Page

There’s a full-fledged Twitter war raging right now between Texas Tech and TCU, and right now the Red Raiders seem to be one step ahead of the battle.

This Big 12 skirmish began last week when the TCU AD rolled out a plan that does not allow Texas Tech fans to purchase game tickets for their game in Fort Worth this fall. This, of course, annoyed Lubbock’s fan base and started it all.

Then on Tuesday, TCU recruiting coordinator Bryan Carrington reacted to news from Lubbock that the football team is set to make history with $25,000 NIL contracts for the entire team. crew.

Well, to say Carrington has a problem with the new NIL deals at TTU would be an understatement, as he went on a five-tweet rant telling rookies to be careful “building their brand in a wasteland.”

The people of Lubbock have now embraced the role of the desert, almost to the point that the TTU logo is about to become a cactus. Even Joey McGuire’s Twitter sports the cactus now.

TCU has stirred up a hornet’s nest with Red Raider Nation, and they’ve already started making changes to TCU’s Wikipedia page. The Amon G. Carter Stadium page has had some, well, let’s call them “renovations.”

Ironically, Amon G. Carter, after whom TCU’s stadium is named, is a Texas Tech graduate, which makes it all so much better.

Hope the folks at TCU enjoy their new office decorations, courtesy of their friends in the desert.

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