Texas Tech Red Raiders Logo

Texas Tech Red Raiders Logo
The varsity teams representing the athletic program of Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas, are known as Texas Tech Red Raiders.

Meaning and history

Texas Tech Red Raiders Logo history


The teams have two mascots, Masked Rider and Raider Red, but none of them can be seen on the Texas Tech Red Raiders logo. Instead, it features a large letter “T” with a smaller “T” in front of it. The two letters represent the initials of the university’s name.
Both the glyphs are scarlet and black with black and white trim. The black shades add some dimension. In this form, the logo has been used since 2000.
Unlike the current 3D emblem, the previous version was almost completely flat. There were no shades or gradient, which could have added some dimension. Both the letters were scarlet with simple thin black trim. We can add, though, that because the smaller letter was placed on the forefront, while the larger one was in the background, you could feel that at least there was a little depth.

Texas Tech athletic program

Texas Tech Red Raiders Logo
The program comprises 17 teams in 11 sports, including football, baseball, and basketball teams. They have combined to win 70 conference championships and four national championships. The Texas Tech Red Raiders basketball logo is the same as the university’s primary athletic logo.