Texas Tech's Kliff Kingsbury Is Considering Lacing 'Em Up for the Spring Game

April 4, 2014 at 5:35p    by DJ Byrnes    
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Texas Tech's Kliff Kingsbury is one of the rising stars in the college coaching industry. Still 34 years-young, Kingsbury has branded himself as the ultimate players' coach, even more so than Texas A&M's Kevin Sumlin.

The former Tech quarterback, however, is reportedly mulling a decision to become a true player-coach in Tech's upcoming spring game, if only for a series:

Hopefully this doesn't end with a sprained back or a ruptured tendon. 

Source: @davidubben

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buckeyeEddie27's picture

Wideout?

Qb?

Db?

LS?  

Probly LS.

I know there's a game Saturday, and my ass will be there.

BuckNutInAnnArbor's picture

Gotta admit, that is pretty damn cool. 

"...but then again 'Michigan' and 'huge mistake' are synonymous so that shouldn't have been much of a surprise to anybody."  - Mark Titus

+1 HS
OSU_ALUM_05's picture

Kliff was at the Shoe for Mo C's coming out party...so he can't be all bad right

seafus26's picture

I respect the coaches that used to get down in stances and fire out and hit with guys, even while wearing no pads. Of course the player would hold back at first, pissing them off even more and forcing a second rep that normally didn't go well for the coach. However, he got the message across never to be forgotten by player and everyone fired up. Long live those Old School coaches (and no fear of lawyers)

Go Bucks and michigan STILL SUCKS!