Texas Tech football is a nationally known program with one of the best entrances in college football. The Red Raiders football team running out of the tunnel with a thick cloud of smoke being led by a Masked Rider on a jet black horse is so cool. It's something that's been happening at Texas Tech since 1954 and I hope it never goes away.

For the last 10 years, it's been Fearless Champion leading the charge onto the field. The program hasn't won much, but it has looked damn good getting on to the field of play before looking bad on it.

Today, July 1st, Fearless Champion had its official Texas Tech Saddle removed for the final time.

What an incredible 10-year run.

Fearless will now go live with former Masked Rider Corey Waggoner and his wife Katelyn.

The next horse, currently named Buzz, is still looking for a name.

Here's what I came up with:

15 Options to Name the 15th Masked Rider Horse

Buzz is the horses given name, but the guy needs a stage name.

12 Random Masked Rider Facts

5 Things That Should Excite You About Zach Kittley's Texas Tech Offense

Zach Kittley returns home to Lubbock and Texas Tech as the chosen one to bring back an electric offense to the Hub City that hasn't been seen since Kliff Kingsbury was roaming the sidelines. Can he do it? I believe he can, but I don't think the offense will resemble what he was putting out at Western Kentucky in year one at Texas Tech. Here are 5 things that excite me about Kittley's potential as the Red Raiders' offensive coordinator.