Oklahoma continues to creep up on Tech in the all-time series as the Red Raiders lead now 22-20-1.
Texas Tech is 0-6-1 at L. Dale Mitchell Park in its last seven games here. The Red Raiders have not won a series here since they swept the Sooners 3-0 in 1999.
Texas Tech's leadoff men were 0-for-14 in the series prior to Cooper Fouts walk in the sixth that ended the streak.
Senior shortstop Cameron Blair is now 0-for-16 at the plate dating back to the fifth inning against New Mexico last Monday. The hitless streak is the longest of his career.
The last four hitters in Tech's batting order are 2-for-22 in the series.
The Red Raiders most likely face a must-win situation tomorrow afternoon in order to qualify for next week's Big 12 Tournament at Bricktown. Texas Tech must match any win by Texas A&M (over the Aggies next two games - starting on Saturday night) and hope that Nebraska wins one of its final two games against Kansas State.
Texas Tech's two hits on the afternoon was the second lowest total of the season behind the no-hitter at Missouri.