TTU Footballers Urged To Be Active, And That Doesn't Count Video GamesS

Workout schedules for college football players can be complex, what with varying needs for strength/fitness/flexibility based on position and those ever-complicated NCAA limits on supervised activities. One thing's clear for Texas Tech players, though: video games don't count as "being active."

That should seem obvious, we suppose, but this message (presumably from strength & conditioning coach Chad Dennis) posted by Red Raiders offensive lineman Alfredo Morales is humorous regardless, if only for "wreck shop."