#18 Texas Tech defeats Oklahoma 66-54

#18 Texas Tech defeats Oklahoma 66-54

The 18th ranked Red Raiders beat the Sooners in Norman, 66-54, for its first win in Norman since 2014.

Texas Tech was on fire offensively during the first half, shooting 46% from beyond the arc. Senior Brandone Francis led scoring in the first half with 11 points, while Norense Odiase added seven boards.

The Red Raiders entered halftime up 35-24.

In the second half, with twelve minutes left, the Sooners closed the gap to a single digit game. However, Texas Tech saw several more players get going offensively. Matt Mooney (11), Jarrett Culver (13), Davide Moretti (14) and Brandone Francis (11) all finished with double digit scoring figures.

Up next, Texas Tech travels to Stillwater to take on Oklahoma State. The Cowboys lost to #13 Kansas, 84-72, Saturday.

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