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Chiefs Head Coach Romeo Crennel Joins Other Former Texas Tech Players on Sportsline [AUDIO]

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It was a home-grown edition of “Sit & Listen Thursdays” on Sportsline as Steve Dale, Coach Rodney Allison and Kelly Robinson caught up with some former Texas Tech football players that played and stayed right here in Lubbock.

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In the morning hour of the show, we spoke with Larry Isaac, running back for Texas Tech in the 70s. Isaac graduated from Lubbock High School and holds the record for 7th all-time leading rusher in Texas Tech history. We also spoke with Scott Toman, former quarterback for Texas Tech in the 80s, about his famous game against Florida State in ’87 and other fond memories had had at Texas Tech. Rounding out the morning hour and starting off the afternoon hour was Selso Ramirez, defensive back for Texas Tech in the mid 70s.

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Also in the second hour, we caught up with former Texas Tech defensive lineman Moe Evans, who played for the Red Raiders during the mid to late 80s. We also spoke with former offensive lineman Kenny Thiel, who played on the 1975 and 1976 football teams.

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Finally, we wrapped up the show with a special guest: Coach Romeo Crennel, head coach for the Kansas City Chiefs. Crennel served as an assistant defensive coach at Texas Tech under Bill Parcells and Steve Sloan from 1975 to 1977. Crennel gladly shared some of his favorite memories during his time at Texas Tech.

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