Texas Tech falls to OSU on the road 41-31
The game will be broadcast on Fox Sports 1
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - The Red Raiders fell to OSU on the road, 41-31, on Saturday afternoon.
This is Texas Tech’s fifth consecutive ranked opponent.
Quarterback Behren Morton made his first start for the Red Raiders.
Tech took an early lead with a touchdown from Jerand Bradley, putting it at 7-0.
First quarter, OSU’s Spencer Sanders takes it in to give the Cowboys the lead 14-7.
Late in the first quarter OSU’s Tanner Brown’s 42-yard field goal was good, OSU leads 17-7.
With seconds left in the first quarter, Tech’s Behren Morton takes it straight through the middle for the Red Raider touchdown. Cowboys still lead 17-14.
Second quarter, Brown’s field goal is good, making it a one-point game, Tech leads 21-20.
Still in the second quarter, Trey Wolff’s 23-yard field goal is good. Tech leads 24-20 at half.
Third quarter Tanner Brown’s 34-yard field goal is good for the Cowboys. Tech leads 24-23.
Later in the third quarter, SaRodorick Thompson goes into the end zone, keeping Tech ahead 31-23.
Then OSU’s Sanders takes it to the end zone for the Cowboys. The two-point conversion is good to tie it at 31.
Third quarter Brown’s 24-yard field goal is good - Cowboys lead 34-31.
Fourth quarter, Dominic Richardson runs it if for the 7-yard touchdown to seal the OSU win 41-31 over Texas Tech.
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