The No. 3-seed Texas Tech Red Raiders takes on the No. 1-seed Virginia Cavaliers in the college basketball national championship game Monday night. And with that in mind, Texas Tech has canceled all classes scheduled after 5 PM on Monday night, as well classes all day Tuesday.
With @TexasTechMBB playing for a National Championship Monday night, classes after 5 p.m. on Monday and all day Tuesday have been canceled. Please see the attached memo for specific details. pic.twitter.com/rLbhXhbsTk
— Texas Tech (@TexasTech) April 7, 2019
It certainly makes sense to cancel class on Tuesday, with a potential title celebration coming. Texas Tech students already made quite the mess with their Final Four victory celebration on Saturday night.
— Mallory Rosetta (@MRosettaDT) April 7, 2019
I present to you the Old Town Road on the top (or technically the bottom) of a flipped car remix. pic.twitter.com/OpYjlkfjNw
— Eric Kelly (@EricKellyTV) April 7, 2019
Record breaking 4 cars flipped tonight in Lubbock texas pic.twitter.com/NKKUw4O3lN
— Texas Tech Probs (@TexasTechProb) April 7, 2019
Texas Tech is currently a 1-point underdog, but have a potential top-3 NBA pick in Jarrett Culver and the nation’s top defense that should cause plenty of problems for Virginia.