||Texas Tech Game Notes | Kansas Game Notes | Big 12 Notes | Gametracker
||Saturday, January 12, 2012 / 3 p.m.
||Lubbock, Texas (United Spirit Arena / 15,098)
||Texas Tech Sports Network from Learfield Sports
Brian Hanni (Play-By-Play) and Chris Level (Analyst)
||Sirius (91) / XM (91)
||Big 12 Network / WatchESPN.com
||KMYL-14 (Local) Lubbock Suddenlink (6/HD106),
AT&T U-Verse (14/HD1014), Dish Network (14)
Dave Armstrong (Play-by-Play), Rich Zvosec (Analyst)
|On The Web
||Live in-game statistics and other coverage can be found at www.texastech.com
||Texas Tech: None. Kansas: AP (6) / Coaches (6).
||Texas Tech: Chris Walker (Career: 8-5 in one season; At Texas Tech: Same).
Kansas: Bill Self (Career: 489-159 in 20 seasons; At Kansas: 282-54 in 10 seasons.)
||This is the 27th meeting between the two schools. Kansas leads series, 22-4.
January 11 ,2013
Texas Tech Quick Hits
The Last Meeting
February 18, 2012
Texas Tech has started the Big 12 season 1-1 or better in its first two league games for the 13th time in 17 seasons in the league.
A win over Kansas would give Texas Tech a 2-1 or better start in Big 12 play for just the seventh time since the formation of the league (1997, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007).
The Red Raiders' win over TCU in Fort Worth snapped a six-game Big 12 losing streak and an 11-game Big 12 road losing streak.
Texas Tech's loss to Baylor (82-48) is the second largest home deficit in program history.
Texas Tech finished the non-conference portion of its schedule 7-4. It was the longest homestand in program history at 11 games.
This is the 27th meeting between the two schools, with Kansas leading the series, 22-4. The Jayhawks have won four straight in the series and five of the last six.
Chris Walker looks to become the seventh Red Raider head coach in his first full season to start conference play 2-1.
Texas Tech is averaging 70.9 possessions per game and 1.03 points per possession, while Kansas is averaging 70.0 possessions and 1.13 points per possession. Last season, Texas Tech averaged 0.92 points per possession.
Jaye Crockett is the top-scoring Sixth Man in the nation (14.8 points) and is second in rebounding (8.5 boards) off the bench among the major conferences. Crockett has led the team in scoring 10 times this season.
Since Dusty Hannahs moved into the starting rotation, he has gone from 3.6 points per game off the bench to 11.4 points per game in his five starts.
Josh Gray is second in the Big 12 and 49th nationally in steals (2.2), while averaging 10.0 points and 2.8 assists per game.