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Texas Tech vs. Oklahoma State




Jaye Crockett recorded his fourth career double-double against Oklahoma State on Tuesday.

Jan. 31, 2012

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  • Today’s starters were Terran Petteway, Javarez Willis, Kevin Wagner, Jaye Crockett, Robert Lewandowski. This is the first use of this lineup combination this season. It is the 12th different starting lineup this season. The second half starters were DeShon Minnis, Ty Nurse, Willis, Crockett and Lewandowski.

  • Today’s attendance was 7,408. For the season, the Red Raiders are averaging 8,588 fans per game at United Spirit Arena.

  • This is the 50th meeting between Texas Tech and Oklahoma State. OSU leads the all-time series 37-13. With today’s win, Oklahoma State leads the series in Lubbock, 9-8.

  • Ty Nurse extended his streak of consecutive free throws to 27 straight after connecting four straight on the night. For the season, Nurse has connected on 49-53 free throws (92.5 percent).

  • Javarez Willis’ streak of 25 straight free throws ended in the first half against Oklahoma State, as Willis missed the first of two free throws.

  • Texas Tech shot 57.1 percent (12-21) in the first half. It was the best shooting performance in the first since shooting 82.4 percent (14-17) against Stephen F. Austin on Nov. 20. Texas Tech finished 22-of-44 from the field for 50 percent.

  • Jaye Crockett recorded his fourth career double-double and his third of the season. Crockett finished with 16 points on 5 of 8 shooting from the field and 6 of 8 from the line. His 14 rebounds are a career high for the sophomore, who was making just his fifth career start.

  • On the night, 11 different Red Raiders played in the game. Of the 11 Texas Tech players who saw action, nine scored, including 16 from Jaye Crockett, 14 from Robert Lewandowski and 12 from Ty Nurse.

  • Texas Tech is 0-9 to start Big 12 Conference play for the first time since starting 0-9 during the 1999-00 season. It is the third time in school history a team has started league play 0-9. The Red Raiders started the 1989-90 season 0-9 in league play in the old Southwest Conference.



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