The Red Raiders delivered a thrilling come-from-behind victory against the Iowa State Cyclones Saturday night (Nov. 22). However, the real story might just be Texas Tech running back Kenny Williams pulling off a "Karate Kid"-inspired celebration move after catching the game-winning touchdown.
Everyone in Lubbock, Texas knows what it means to 'put your guns up.' The finger gun salute is synonymous with Texas Tech's athletic programs. But what is the origin of the best hand gesture in college sports? And who created it?
The enthusiastic crowd of 35,422 fans eagerly anticipated the Miners first victory over a Big 12 opponent as UTEP was driving for the winning touchdown with a little more than 2 minutes remaining in the game.
UTEP RB Aaron Jones had 147 yards and the Miners held the ball for almost two-thirds of the game; but in the end, an explosive Texas Tech offense and solid defense left UTEP thinking about what might have been in its narrow 30-26 defeat.
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