LUBBOCK, Texas -- Graham Harrell capped a 21-point rally for Texas Tech with a touchdown pass midway through the fourth quarter and the seventh-ranked Red Raiders kept their hopes for a Big 12 South title alive with a 35-28 victory Saturday against Baylor.
The Red Raiders would face Missouri in the conference
championship next week if No. 3 Oklahoma loses to 11th-ranked
Oklahoma State later Saturday.
A win by the Sooners creates a three-way tie for the Big 12
South with Texas and Texas Tech, leaving it to Sunday's BCS
standings to determine which team will play the Tigers in Kansas
City, Mo. The Red Raiders have little hope of coming out on top in
Texas Tech (11-1, 7-1) won 11 games in a season for the third
time in the program's 84 years.
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