LUBBOCK, Texas -- So it wasn't simply the emotion of playing No. 1 at home that brought out the best in Texas Tech last week. The Red Raiders just might be that good.
Proving the No. 2 ranking and win over Texas was no fluke,
Graham Harrell and Michael Crabtree picked up where they left off,
scoring touchdown after touchdown and turning a showdown with No. 8
Oklahoma State into a 56-20 rout Saturday night.
After losing a fumble on the game-opening drive, Harrell led the
Red Raiders to touchdowns on their next seven drives, capping three
of them with TD passes to Crabtree, the big, strong sophomore who
might be the nation's most dangerous receiver.
Now that Texas Tech (10-0, 6-0 Big 12) has gotten by two
straight top-10 foes, one more awaits: No. 6 Oklahoma. In Norman.
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