Rob Breaux is a sports talk host, show producer, online writer, and news anchor for Townsquare Media of Lubbock. You can hear him weekdays on Ryan Hyatt's Raiderland, during KFYO Sports Updates, and Saturdays during the college football and basketball seasons hosting "Rob Breaux's College Tailgate" on stations across West Texas. Interact with Breaux on Twitter @robbreauxshow. Breaux previously produced "The Weston Odom Show" and "Jack Dale's Sportsline" before becoming the host of his own sport talk show. Breaux also hosted Talk 103.9/1340's Texas Tech Football pregame show, "Countdown to Kickoff" from 2016-2019. Breaux is a graduate of Lubbock Christian School and he attended Lubbock Christian University. He's a Jerry Jones apologist and Kliff Kingsbury look-alike.
Texas Tech Football Isn’t ‘Scared Sh**less’ of Anybody on the Schedule
If I've learned one thing about Texas Tech head coach Joey McGuire since he was hired last year, it's that he's not scared of the job. McGuire took over a high school job and made the school a powerhouse. He made the jump to Baylor and immediately made a huge impact...
Will Texas Tech Football Win More Than 5 Games in 2022?
Texas Tech Football's win totals are getting the Las Vegas treatment this week as oddsmakers start to release the win totals for every team in the country.
Ranking the 10 Best Texas Tech Quarterbacks Since 2000
Putting Air Raid Quarterbacks up against a quarterback from an earlier era is tough. The era of football played at Texas Tech starting in 2000 was an entirely different game than what was played before. Rodney Allison, Joe Barnes, and Billy Joe Tolliver were great, but the volume of passing statistics just don't match what Patrick Mahomes and Graham Harrell were able to do...
Texas Tech Softball Gets New Head Coach
Sami Ward is gone and Texas Tech has finally replaced her by poaching one of the top assistants in softball by tabbing Craig Snider from Texas A&M. Snider was on the Florida State national championship team before he went to A&M. "When we started this search, we wanted to find a coach who would develop our softball program into an annual contender in the Big 12 Conference and a conten
West Texas Bariatrics Offers Lubbock Radio Personality a Life-Changing Opportunity
I worked on myself for a year before I had the courage to go to therapy. That changed my life. I'm now preparing for another life-altering change.
Lubbock Matadors Get Historic Win in Blowout of Austin
The Lubbock Matadors have now won a game in Lubbock. Their first win came over the team from Austin which took an absolute hammer from the Matadors who won the game 5-0. That home win moves the Matadors Soccer Club to 3-4-1 on the season with four games remaining...
Bon Qui Qui (AKA Anjelah Johnson-Reyes) Reviews Beloved Lubbock Salsa [Watch]
Comedian Anjelah Johnson-Reyes is touring Texas this month and says she's absolutely loving it. She was in Lubbock on June 11th, but also hit up Midland, Austin and Corpus Christi. In all of these Texas shows, and I'm assuming all the shows she has, she puts local salsa on her green room rider...
15 Options For United Supermarket’s Horse Naming Contest
The Masked Rider has been riding at Texas Tech since their glorious debut in the 1954 Gator Bowl. A black horse carrying a masked man with a gaucho hat named Joe Kirk Fulton led the team onto the field and Texas Tech would win the game. In almost every game since Texas Tech has been led onto the field by the Masked Rider...
An Infamous Former Red Raider Is Out and Going on Tour
Hinckley attended Texas Tech for nearly the entire decade of the 1970s but never graduated.
20 Years Ago: Britney Spears Asks Lubbock Not to Boo After Canceling a Show After Two Songs
Spears sang two songs, then canceled the concert.
The NCAA Banned ‘Big Daddy’ After Disgusting Horns Down Anthem Stunt
Wow, the Longhorns are so soft lol.
How Lubbock and 14 Other West Texas Towns Got Their Names
On November 29th, 1817, Thomas Saltus Lubbock was born in Charleston, South Carolina. Lubbock died on January 9th, 1862 of typhoid fever in a hospital in Bowling Green, Kentucky. In between his birth and death, Thomas Lubbock was part of the Texan Santa Fe Expedition, served in the Confederate Army, and was the Lieutenant Colonel of Terry's Texas Rangers. ...