Former Texas Tech football players tee off against Alzheimer’s - KTXS
The competition moves from the gridiron to the golf links this summer for the Texas Tech nation, as former Texas Tech football players and coaches gather for the inaugural Spike Dykes Charity Golf Tournament. The event takes place at 8:30 a.m., Saturday, July 21, at the Barton Creek Country Club in Austin.
“We are very proud that these fine Texas Tech Lettermen and Coach Dykes are joining in the fight against this disease. Texas Tech Health Sciences Center is a significant player in Alzheimer’s disease research and these efforts in Sharon Dykes’ honor and memory will help immensely. Coach Dykes’ event will help fund research, communication and collaboration between Texas research institutions, a very worthy cause.”
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