Before becoming a top star in the NFL with the Kansas City Chiefs, Patrick Mahomes was a rock-and-roll member of the Texas Tech Red Radiators all over the college football grid. Naturally, Mahams is still a huge Texas Tech fan, and in the second half of Saturday’s 38-21 season opener, the Red Invaders were in high spirits after dominating Dana Holgerson’s Houston Quakers.
After the Texas Tech cleared a 21-7 half-time deficit to win convincingly, the Chiefs took to Twitter in a simple message:
– Patrick Mahomes II (@PatrickMahomes) September 5, 2021
Prior to the game, Holgerson gave Texas Tech a small billboard. Cougars coach Houston boasted of “Treck Tech” under the slogan “Rreck ’em”. So in addition to being the standard entertainment word for Texas Tech on their Twitter page, Mahoms may have targeted Holgerson for those comments.
It was a great weekend for Patrick Mahoms as he prepared for the 2021 NFL season with the Chiefs. The F.C. It was a playoff match that the Chiefs won last season to advance to the AFC Championship.
Mahoms is ready to reload the numbers that he has been accustomed to since the days of the Red Cross. He threw over 5,000 yards and 41 touchdowns in his final season in college before entering and becoming a star at Kansas City Mahoms. The 5000-yard hit was impressive enough in the NFL, but he made it to Lubbock as a junior in just 12 games.