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Postgame Notes: Baylor 82, Texas Tech 48
 

Toddrick Gotcher had a season-high seven rebounds against Baylor.

January 8, 2013


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Attendance: 6,385

Starters versus Baylor: Trency Jackson, Dusty Hannahs, Josh Gray, Dejan Kravic and Jordan Tolbert. It was Tolbert's 42nd career start, while Gray made his 13th, Kravic his 12th and Hannahs his 5th.

This is the second most-played series by Texas Tech against a Big 12 opponent. It was the 123rd meeting. Texas Tech leads the series, 74-49 overall and 41-16 in Lubbock.

The 34-point win by Baylor was its largest win against Texas Tech in Lubbock and the second largest win by a visiting team in the United Spirit Arena.

Texas Tech failed to reach 50 points for the first time this year and the second consecutive time against Baylor. The Red Raiders lost to the Bears, 77-48 in Waco on Feb. 27 of last year. It snaps a 14-game streak in which Texas Tech has scored at least 50 points in a game, dating back to the game in Waco.

Jaye Crockett led the team in scoring for the 10th time this season, despite coming off the bench in all 10 games. He had career highs for both 3-point attempts (6) and makes (3), while netting 13 points and pulling down five rebounds.

Toddrick Gotcher had a season-high seven rebounds and five points in 13 minutes of work. He just missed his career high of eight rebounds set against North Texas last season.

Josh Gray had his 11th game of the season with at least eight points. He is averaging 10.0 points and 2.5 rebounds per game.

Texas Tech shot a season-low 30.5 percent (18-of-59) from the field.  It is the worst shooting performance since Kansas State, when the Red Raiders shot 28.9 percent.

 

 


 

 

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