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 JUCO Pitcher Forgets What Sport He’s Playing After Giving Up Bomb
In the first game of a doubleheader Wednesday afternoon between Weatherford JC and NCTC, absolutely all hell broke loose.
Former 5-Star Tight End Is Transferring to Texas Tech From Former Rival
Baylor Cupp started at Texas A&M, but now he's a Red Raider.
Video: Texas Little League Umpire Assaulted After Tossing a Coach
Youth baseball umpire Sam Phelps was taken to the hospital after being shoved by a coach during the 3rd inning of a little league game in Denton, Texas.
Jace Jung Puts Exclamation Point on Texas Tech’s Sweep of Kansas State
Texas Tech baseball got their first Big 12 sweep of the season after beating Kansas State 6-3, 14-0 and 7-6 over the weekend.
Texas Tech Baseball’s Huge Weekend Vaults Them Up the Rankings
The Red Raiders entered the weekend ranked 16th in the country according to D1baseball.com and were matched up in their Big 12 opener against the Texas Longhorns who started the weekend ranked 2nd in the Nation. The Red Raiders beat the Longhorns in extra innings on Friday night using a great start from Big 12 newcomer of the week Andrew Morris and a walk-off steal from Kurt Wilson...
Duke Basketball Trolls Patrick Mahomes After Beating Texas Tech
As you might have heard, Patrick Mahomes attended Texas Tech University and is still a huge fan of the Red Raiders' various athletics programs. Mahomes was a mainstay during the NCAA Tournament run in 2019 and has been back to Lubbock numerous times to watch Texas Tech basketball games...
Incredible Footage Shows Texas Truck Flip and Drive Off From Tornado
Multiple tornados blew through Texas on Monday night (March 21st, 2022). As always with tornados, you want to stay off the roads and get to a safe place. Sometimes, however, they blow through so quickly that you have no choice. That's what happened Monday near Elgin, Texas just east of I-35 where ABC News Channel 13 confirmed the tornado. A...
The Cleveland Browns Added a Dynamic Offensive Threat Last Week
It might have gone under your radar with all of the NCAA Tournament news this weekend, but the Cleveland Browns had a dramatic weekend adding one of the most intriguing Offensive threats to their roster heading into next season. With the growing distrust of the organization in Baker Mayfield the Browns knew they needed someone on offense that could score at any moment and take a lame running offen
The Mahomes Family’s Drama Saga Is Never-Ending
Back in the middle of February, a report was tweeted, and then deleted, claiming Patrick Mahomes banned his brother and fiancee from attending his future games. My initial reaction was that was completely fabricated based on how Mahomes has been with his family in the past. ...
Is Marcus Santos-Silva the Oldest Player in College Basketball?
This Texas Tech basketball team has got to be one of the oldest rosters in college basketball. I guess that checks out while their "rookie" head coach is clocking in at 65 in his first big-time college basketball head coaching job. The joke is that Mark Adams isn't old, he's just really experienced...
The USA Is the Best Home-Court Advantage in College Basketball
When I say the United Supermarkets Arena in Lubbock is the best home-court advantage in college basketball, it might sound like hyperbole, but it's not.
I Repeat: Art Briles Will Never Coach College Football Again
You might be saying, but Rob, Art Briles was just hired last week by Grambling State, what do you mean he won't be coaching again in College Football? Well, dear reader, the man has already resigned his post due to the deserved backlash surrounding the hire...