Texas Tech football team and head coach to volunteer in the Dallas/Fort Worth relief efforts on Saturday

By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer

The Texas Tech football team will be giving back to the Dallas/Ft. Worth area on Saturday

The team will help with relief efforts to the tornado ravaged Dallas/Fort Worth area that was affected by Tuesday’s tornadoes. The team will be collecting items from 7 am to 6 pm today at the Football Training Facility.

The items will be then shipped on Saturday to Lancaster, Texas. Once they arrive in Lancaster, volunteers will aid in the relief efforts that are currently underway.

The football team and head coach Tommy Tuberville will make the one-day trip to the metroplex to see an area that was devastated by 13 tornadoes on Tuesday. Lancaster was one of the cities badly affected by the tornadoes.

“Dallas/Fort Worth is basically our second home and we were devastated on Tuesday as we watched the live reports detailing the damage,” said head coach Tommy Tuberville. “We felt like this was the right thing to do for our football program and for Texas Tech University. Going down there and volunteering our time and providing aid is the least we can do for a community that has given so much to Texas Tech for so many years.”

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