The second Red Raider Outfitter heard of Kingsbury's return to Texas Tech, this time as head coach, they put t-shirts with his name on it up for sale on their website.
"We put stuff online and it crashed our server for about ten minutes," said Kingsbury. "We got it back up and we're super excited to have Kliff back home."
Spiegelberg said if a crashing website isn't a sign of how excited fans are to see Kliff come home he doesn't know what is.
"It's going to be a great holiday season," said Spiegelberg. "I think it's great for Lubbock. I think a sleeping giant just woke back up and it's good for the entire Lubbock economy."
Spiegelberg said they typically see a spike in sales anytime a new coach comes in, but he expects this hire to grow sales more than ever.
"He's the fans choice a fan favorite so I think there's a little bit bigger spike that's going to happen in the next couple days," said Spiegelberg.
Red Raider Outfitter stopped Tuberville shirt production more than a year ago because they just weren't selling. Spiegelberg is glad they can finally put out a shirt he knows will sell.
"We're just excited to have new passion and new blood here at Texas Tech and just a new life," said Spiegelberg. "I think Kirby Hocutt and a couple board regents did an excellent job at selecting him. I think more than anything they selected who the fans were calling for and I think that's the biggest change here at Texas Tech is that the fans have a voice and people listened."
Shirts will be available in stores Thursday.