TTU welcomes Baylor and honors Patrick Mahomes, October 29

LUBBOCK, Texas — Texas Tech said Thursday that Baylor’s Oct. 29 football game was “officially sold out.” Freshman coach Joey McGuire came to TTU from Baylor. A TTU spokesperson said Monday there were fewer than 3,000 tickets.

Patrick Mahomes, a former Texas Tech quarterback and Red Raider legend, will become the eighth member of the Texas Tech Ring of Honor and Hall of Fame when he is inducted the day before, Oct. 28. Then, on game day, his name will be unveiled at Jones AT&T Stadium Tech’s West Stadium Building, home to Baylor.

Kansas City has a bye week, which means Mahomes could be available to watch the Baylor game.

Here is a statement from Texas Tech Athletics:

Texas Tech announced an advanced sale for its Oct. 29 home football game against Baylor, already marking the Red Raiders’ second ability this season.

Texas Tech is 3-0 at home this season thanks to a solid home field advantage that has seen the Red Raiders play at 97.1 ability so far. The Red Raiders’ previous home game against Texas was also sold out as 60,975 fans enjoyed Texas Tech’s win over their in-state rival. It was the fourth-largest crowd in program history, with Texas Tech already ranking in the top 25 for attendance this season.

As a reminder, fans who have purchased tickets to any Texas Tech home game are strongly encouraged to download their mobile tickets prior to game day. Fans still looking to purchase tickets to the Baylor game are encouraged to do so through Stubhub, the Official Secondary Partner of Texas Tech Athletics.

Baylor’s game is one of four remaining for the Red Raiders this season at Jones AT&T Stadium, as there are still tickets left for Texas Tech’s home games against West Virginia (October 22), Kansas (12 November) and Oklahoma (November 26). West Virginia will serve as the official Texas Tech homecoming game this season.

To celebrate Homecoming, fans can purchase tickets to the West Virginia game for as low as $20 per seat using promo code HOMECOMING22 (not available to ticket resellers) through the Athletic Box Office.

Tickets can be purchased by contacting the Texas Tech box office at 806-742-TECH during regular business hours (8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday) or by visiting the ticket portal at TexasTech.com.


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