Mike told me early this morning that he was going to talk to Lyle today about thisTexas Tech defensive coordinator resigns Sep 24, 2007
I have discussed this with Michael Prince, his parents and coach KnightTexas Tech official defends Knight Nov 15, 2006
I am pleased that Mike has signed an extension to his contract to coach the Red Raiders through the 2008 seasonLeach given 3-year extension at Texas Tech Apr 13, 2004
He just feels like he let the program down, so he decided to give his salary backKnight to reject annual salary Mar 11, 2003
I think we have a very good group of coaches who are committed to following the rulesNCAA places Texas Tech on probation Jan 07, 2011
Gerald Myers was a head coach of the Texas Tech Red Raiders men's basketball team. Myers currently serves as the athletic director at Texas Tech. Originally from Borger, Texas, Myers played basketball for Texas Tech from 1956-1959. As a player, he had an 86.9 percent free throw shooting average. He received a bachelor's degree in education from Texas Tech in 1959 and later earned a Master's Degree there in 1965. He coached basketball for Lubbock Monterey High School and Houston Baptist University. In 1970, he returned to Texas Tech as an assistant coach. He became head coach of the team during the 1970-1971 basketball season and held this position for twenty years. Under Myers, the Red Raiders won two conference championships and earned four trips to the NCAA tournament.
Vass • Myers • Richards • McKinley • Iba • Jones • Cottrell
Higginbotham • Payne • Golightly • Morgan • Ballard • Huffman • Robison • Gibson • Bass • Myers • Dickey • B. Knight • P. Knight