AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Mac McClung made a long jumper with 3 seconds left and No. 15 Texas Tech rallied to beat No. 4 Texas 79-77 on Wednesday night, ending the Longhorns’ perfect start in the Big 12. Texas led almost the entire game and a blistering start against one of the top defensive teams in the country had the Longhorns in control before a sloppy finish and a flurry of late Texas Tech 3-pointers snatched the win for the Red Raiders. McClung’s shot was originally ruled a 3-pointer before a video review. Texas had a final chance, but Matt Coleman’s desperation 3-pointer never came close to the basket. Coleman also missed a shot in traffic for the lead with 17 seconds left. McClung finished with 22 points.
SAN MARCOS, Texas (AP) — Caleb Asberry had 15 points as Texas State narrowly beat Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 51-46. Mason Harrell added 13 points for the Bobcats, and Nighael Ceaser chipped in 10 points. Isiah […]
By Ty Parker LUBBOCK, Texas – Freshman Jace Jung went yard twice and senior Brian Klein recorded a career-high three doubles as No. 2 Texas Tech baseball completed the midweek sweep of UNLV with an 11-3 victory […]
SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Eddy Kayouloud scored 18 points, Central Arkansas built a 24-point second-half lead and the Bears defeated Incarnate Word 77-60 on Wednesday night. Central Arkansas led 51-46 with 12:39 left in the […]