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March 7, 2012
- The starting lineup against Oklahoma State was Ty Nurse, Javarez Willis, Jaye Crockett, Robert Lewandowski and Jordan Tolbert. This is the first time this season this starting lineup has been used and the 13th different lineup used this season. It ties with OSU for the most different starting lineups in the Big 12 this season.
- Jaye Crockett recorded his fifth career double-double against Oklahoma State after recording 12 points and 11 rebounds. His 11 rebounds are the fifth top total for a Red Raider at the Big 12 Championships.
- Jordan Tolbert led the Red Raiders with 16 points and six rebounds against OSU. He connected on 4-of-5 from the field and 8-of-10 from the line. His eight free throws ties for the seventh most makes by a Red Raider in Big 12 Championship history and his 10 attempts rank sixth.
- DeShon Minnis came off the bench to chip in 10 points, three assists and two rebounds. It is his second double-digit scoring effort this season and the first since the season opener against Troy. His 5-of-7 shooting from the field are also season highs for the freshman.
- Texas Tech out-rebounded Oklahoma State for the third time this season. Texas Tech had 33 rebounds to OSU’s 21. It is the largest rebounding margin (+12) of the season for the Red Raiders.
- Texas Tech’s 60 points is the sixth fewest points scored by a Red Raider team in the Big 12 Championships.
- Jordan Tolbert moved into fifth in single-season freshman scoring at Texas Tech with 357 points this season. He moved passed Koy Smith (1992-93), who recorded 343 points. He finished the season ranked fifth in the Tech freshman record books in scoring (343 points), scoring average (11.52 points) and field goal percentage (52.1 percent). He ranks fourth in freshman rebounding (177 rebounds) and rebounding average (5.71).
- Robert Lewandowski played in his final game for the Red Raiders. The senior from Overland Park, Kan., finished the game with five points, six rebounds and an assist in 22 minutes of play. It was Lewandowski’s 126th career game and 79 career starts. He closes out his career with 756 points, 448 rebounds, 101 blocks and 98 assists. His career field goal percentage (51.2 percent) ranks fifth all-time and his career blocks rank sixth all-time at Texas Tech.
- Texas Tech extended its streak of consecutive games with a 3-pointer to 46 straight after connecting on 4 of 17 from beyond the arc against Oklahoma State. The last time Texas Tech did not record a 3-pointer in a game was against Texas (0-11) on Jan. 11, 2011.