Texas Tech Red Raiders
Kenrich Williams scored 10 points and grabbed 16 rebounds as TCU won its third consecutive Big 12 home game, beating Texas Tech 71-54 on Wednesday night.
The Lady Bears were happy to come away with an “ugly” 67-60 victory over Texas Tech on Wednesday night. “I think we all just struggled tonight,” coach Kim Mulkey said.
Taurean Prince is used to being the spark off the bench for Baylor. Tuesday night was no different as he scored 18 of his 22 points in the first half, and the Bears held off Texas Tech 54-49.
Kansas coach Bill Self told his team at the half they could have just as easily been down five points rather than up by that margin.
Each of the five power conferences has one athletic director on the 13-member committee responsible for choosing the participants for the four-team playoff.
Devaugntah Williams and Toddrick Gotcher scored 22 and 15 points, respectively, to lead the Red Raiders to a 64-47 win against Kansas State on Wednesday night.
Le’Bryan Nash scored 16 points as Oklahoma State never trailed in defeating Texas Tech 63-43 Wednesday night.
Kansas State coach Bruce Weber called a 58-51 victory over Texas Tech on Wednesday night a “maturity game,” the kind of performance that proves just how far a team has come.
Brittney Martin scored 18 points with 11 rebounds and Roshunda Johnson added 14 points with four steals as No. 16 Oklahoma State lowered the boom on Texas Tech 66-35 in the Big 12 opener for both teams on Wednesday night.
Texas Tech has hired David Gibbs to be its eighth defensive coordinator since 2007. Gibbs, who turns 47 on Saturday, leaves Houston after making the Cougars a top-20 defense.
The usually bounce in West Virginia’s steps was missing, but it was enough for the Mountaineers to beat Texas Tech by a score of 78-67 on Monday night.
The Red Raiders finished their nonconference schedule with a 60-45 win Monday night against North Texas. They open Big 12 play Saturday with No. 11 Texas.