LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) - Elston Turner scored 16 points and Khris Middleton had 11 to lead Texas A&M over Texas Tech 47-38 on Tuesday night, ending a four-game skid for the Aggies in their final Big 12 matchup with the Red Raiders.
The Aggies (13-12, 4-9) overcame a 15-point deficit and pulled ahead for the first time during an 18-5 run that included eight points from David Loubeau and five from Middleton.
After shooting 48 percent in the first half, Texas Tech went cold. The Red Raiders finished 5 of 19 from the field after the break and scored just 12 points in the second half.
A&M shot poorly in the first half - 28 percent - compared to 39 percent in the second half
Jaye Crockett scored 12 points to lead Texas Tech (8-17, 1-12).
The win for the Aggies was the fourth straight in Lubbock.
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