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Texas Tech's Kliff Kingsbury Says He Flirts With Recruits' Moms

The appearance of Texas Tech's football coach, Kliff Kingsbury, has been a hot topic of discussion since the 34-year-old took over the Red Raiders' program last season. He guided the team to an 8-5 record in his first season as a head coach, the third-youngest in the FBS. 

“Yeah, yeah, that’s kind of — you’ve got to play to your strengths,” Kingsbury said, somewhat jokingly. “So I kind of encourage that a little bit. It’s part of the deal, man.”

Kingsbury has also drawn comparisons to movie star Ryan Gosling. 

“It could be worse, for sure,” he said. 

One former Texas Tech quarterback thinks Kingsbury could be doing more, though. 

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I think we should vote for @TTUKingsbury to be the next @BachelorABC! Whose with me?

— Case Keenum (@casekeenum7) March 11, 2014

">@BachelorABC! Whose with me?

— Case Keenum (@casekeenum7)

I think we should vote for @TTUKingsbury to be the next @BachelorABC! Whose with me?

— Case Keenum (@casekeenum7) March 11, 2014

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Texas Tech could use some help in recruiting. The Red Raiders had the No. 43 class in the country in 2014, according to Rivals.com.

[New York Post]