Rob Breaux is a sports talk host, show producer, online writer, and news anchor for Townsquare Media of Lubbock. You can hear him weekdays on Ryan Hyatt's Raiderland, and Saturdays during the college football season hosting "Rob Breaux's College Tailgate". Interact with Breaux on Twitter @robbreauxshow. Breaux previously produced "The Weston Odom Show" and "Jack Dale's Sportsline" before becoming the host of his own sport talk show. Breaux also hosts Talk 1340's Texas Tech Football pregame show, Countdown to Kickoff. Breaux is a graduate of Lubbock Christian School and he attended Lubbock Christian University. He's a Jerry Jones apologist and Kliff Kingsbury look-alike.
Jason Witten Pays Tribute to Tony Romo in Moving Post
Romo to Witten is one of the greatest QB-to-TE connections in NFL history. And now it's clear they mean as much to each other off the field as they on it.
Trevone Boykin Arrested in San Antonio for Hitting Police Officer
Bowl games are a great time for players to experience new places and new thing. Most of these are positive and enlightening. But sometimes, those experiences get out of control
Johnny Manziel or Tony Romo – Who Should Be the Dallas Cowboys’ Starting Quarterback? [Pol…
Johnny Manziel has not had the start he wished for in his NFL career, but maybe all he needs is a new start or some tutelage under a similar play style.
Joseph Randle Arrested in Kansas Casino
Former Dallas Cowboy Joseph Randle has been arrested in Kansas casino.
Everything You Need to Know About the Texas-Texas Tech Thanksgiving Game
Texas Tech will play Texas on Thanksgiving this Thursday, November 26. Here's everything you need to know about the showdown in Austin.
The Texas Rangers’ Season Is Over — What’s Next?
With questions looming at every position, let's take a peek at what the Rangers will have to address this off season.
Texas Rangers Add New & Crazy Food Options to Stadium Concession Stands
The Texas Rangers have a long tradition of outlandish ball park foods, but these new choices are surprising even the most hardcore fans.
From Worst to First, the Texas Rangers Win the AL West — Now What?
After finishing 31 games back in 2014 the Rangers took all 162 games to win the AL West in 2015. They will now play the Toronto Blue Jays in a best of five series starting Thursday, Oct. 8.