Graham Harrell and Other Favorite Texas Tech Quarterbacks Reunite on Jack Dale’s Sportsline [AUDIO]
We scored a real touchdown on this week’s “Sit and Listen” Thursday on Jack Dale’s Sportsline, as Steve Dale, Coach Rodney Allison and Coach Kelly Robinson sat down and talked with several of the most well-known and fan favorite Texas Tech Red Raider quarterbacks.
First up, we got to speak with one of Tech’s most well-known quarterbacks: Graham Harrell. Harrell played for Tech from 2006 to 2008 and is the all-time passing leader in Tech history, with over 5000 passing yards in a single season. Harrell talked about some of his favorite games he played for Tech, as well as what he’s up to with the Green Bay Packers and the passing camp he recently hosted in Lubbock.
Also in the first hour, we chatted with Robert Hall, quarterback for the 1990-1993 Tech football teams. Hall talked about his time as a Red Raider and some of his favorite memories, as well as his new job as a quarterback coach. We also caught up with B.J. Symons, who played for Tech from 2000-2003. We talked with Symons about his 2003 senior year and some of his most memorable games.
During the afternoon hour, we wrapped things up with Symons and brought on his teammate from the 1998 to 2002 teams: Kliff Kingsbury. Kingsbury talked about his collegiate and pro football career, as well as his new job as offensive coordinator for the Texas A&M Aggies. Next up, we got on the phone with Zebbie Lethridge, who played for Tech from 1994 to 1997. Lethridge talked about his football days at Tech, the teams he played against and the coaches he played under. Finally, we finished off the day with an interview from Cody Hodges. Hodges was quarterback for the 2005 Tech team, and he told us all about his time at Tech as well as his work with the Rachel’s Challenge organization.