Kliff Kingsbury answers pre-schoolers’ letter about band-aids (Photo)

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Texas Tech head first-year coach Kliff Kingsbury led the Red Raiders to a Holiday Bowl win over Arizona State. Freshman quarterback Davis Webb threw for four touchdowns to help lead his team to a victory.

“He’s really battled to separate himself all year,” said Kingsbury.

“To play that young in this type of arena, D-I, that’s very rare, and I think he does a great job handling the pressure, coming out here and making things happen,” wide receiver Eric Ward said.

Kingsbury has built up some loyal fans, including this pre-schooler who had a very specific question for the coach. Kingsbury received a letter from a preschool class where they asked about band-aids, and if the players get one when they fall down.

Kingsbury returned the letter adding his response which read:

Thanks for writing me and that is a great question! When our players fall down and get cuts or scratches, they do usually get band-aids! Guns Up!

You can see the letter and Kingsbury’s response below:

[h/t] The Big Lead

Topics: Texas Tech Red Raiders

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