Texas Tech Men's Basketball falls to 12th on AP Poll

Texas Tech Men's Basketball falls to 12th on AP Poll

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Texas Tech Men's Basketball (22-7, 10-6) dropped to 12th in the latest AP Poll.

The Red Raiders are on a three-game losing streak, most recently a two-point loss to then-eighth-ranked Kansas Saturday at the USA. The Jayhawks moved up two spots in the poll.

Tech made a quick turnaround to the farthest conference opponent at Morgantown to face (20)West Virginia 8 Monday evening. The regular season ends Saturday in Lubbock vs. TCU.

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