On Monday morning, former Texas Tech Head Football Coach Kliff Kingsbury posted a message on Twitter.
It said in part, “Thank You for all of your loyal support.”
Tech officially announced on Sunday that Kingsbury will not be back as coach for the 2019 football season.
The text of the message on Kingsbury’s Twitter account said:
It has been the honor of my life to be the Head Coach at Texas Tech and live in this community with the finest people in the world for the last six years. From the first day I stepped foot on campus as a freshman, I knew this place was home. In my heart, it always will be. This was never just a job to me. Texas Tech was a dream come true and I am sincerely humbled to have worked at a special place that I love so dearly. My only regret is that we didn’t get this program to the level that this University and community deserves. Please continue to take care of and support this is football team. We have an incredible group of young men that I love and they are on the verge of , doing some great things. I will always be Texas Tech and West Texas’ number one fan with my Guns Up forever, Thank You for all of your loyal support!