New food options to launch this football season at The Jones AT&

New food options to launch this football season at The Jones AT&T Stadium

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

There'll be some new food options this football season at AT&T Jones Stadium.

Spectra Food Services is offering a line of new concessions. New items include smoked turkey legs; Louisiana Cajun hot links; hand-cut ribeye sandwiches; a foot-long chili cheese dog topped with Fritos and fried onions; a green chili cheeseburger; pork-rib baskets and a penne-style ham focaccia sandwich.

"We're trying to offer the Tech fans something different than just a regular hot dog, nachos, popcorn sort of deal. We're trying to give them some good finger foods they can take back to the stands, enjoy the game and enjoy some good food," Robert Perez, Director of consessions, said.

Find these new options around the stadium at the first game at the Jones against Lamar.

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