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Texas Tech Fans Fax Tommy Tuberville Menu From Restaurant Where He Left Recruits

by Glenn Erby | Posted on Friday, February 8th, 2013
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Tommy Tuberville left Texas Tech to take the job at Cincinnatti back in December, and he left amid some serious scrutiny. As we reported then, recruits and other suggested that Tuberville left and took the job in the middle of dinner.  

Tuberville of course denied that it happened that way, and states he was offered the job the following day. Either way, the damage was done.

Per Larry Brown Sports via a site called Viva The Matadors, Red Raider fans came up with an idea to fax Tuberville the menu from 50 Yard Line Steakhouse, the restaurant he reportedly walked out of.

One fan went through with the idea and looked like this.

Cover Sheet:

Date: 2-06-2013

From: Texas Tech Nation

To: Tommy Tuberville and staff.

MEMO Was thinking of you. . . We will miss you . . . Here is an intent letter to remember us by

Signed XoXXOOxxoo WreckEmTech

texas-tech-tommy-tuberville-faxtexas-tech-tommy-tuberville-fax50-yard-line-menu-fax-to-tubervillemenu-faxed-to-tubervilleI can only imagine what Tuberville thought when he saw this fax come through, instead of a letter of intent. 

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  1. V. Cook says:

    When I was in Junior High School I had a friend who had an oler brother that played football at Ole Miss. I was told that he would not be taking the Auburn job then basically left overnight without even telling his players. So this is not surprising at all to anyone who knows him. I know it is a business but have some damn pride Mr. Duperville.

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