Texas Tech Alumnus Captures His Unattainable Dream

(VIDEO) Broadcaster Abner Euresti grew up believing Texas Tech would never be a part of his future.

Growing up on the east side of Lubbock, Abner Euresti never thought he would be a part of the west side of town where Texas Tech University was. He was the second of seven children. Going to college seemed like a pipe dream, until one day in 1970 - when his high school journalism teacher kept him after school.

The rest is Red Raider - and Hub City history.

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