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Texas Tech Center Norense Odiase slam dunks in the first period. Texas Tech University played the University of Hawaii Saturday, Nov. 28, 2015, at the United Supermarkets Arena in Lubbock, Texas. (Mark Rogers/AJ Media)

Red Raiders defeat Hawaii 82-74  updated 12:16am

Texas Tech had to find a way to win Saturday afternoon in the United Supermarkets Arena.

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Texas Tech celebrates big win over Texas in style 11/28/15 - 9:35pm

Red Raiders bowl chances still down to Memphis or Houston

The locker room celebration quickly went viral. After it defeated Texas 48-45 on Thanksgiving and picked up its first win in Austin since 1997, the entire Twitter-verse got to see how much the win meant to Texas Tech.

Defeating History: Tech celebrates its long-awaited win over Texas 11/27/15 - 9:16pm

AUSTIN - Texas Tech gave up 276 rushing yards and four touchdowns to a third-choice running back, not to mention blowing a 14-point lead from the first half and a 10-point lead in the fourth quarter. Winning cures a lot of ills, though.

Notebook: Grant gets the game ball, breaks record 11/27/15 - 9:06pm

Eager for Aggies

AUSTIN - Texas Tech senior Jakeem Grant cradled the game ball as he answered questions after the Red Raiders' 48-45 victory at Texas. 

Texas Tech basketball shows improvements in road games 11/27/15 - 8:18pm

Texas Tech called a time out to set up one more play with 23 seconds remaining in the first half. The Red Raiders trailed Utah by five in the first round of the Puerto Rico Tip-Off.

Texas Tech defeats Fordham 62-48 11/27/15 - 9:05pm

Texas Tech defeats Fordham 62-48

Texas Tech defeated Fordham 62-48 at the South Point Shootout in Las Vegas Friday evening. Texas Tech (4-0) only allowed 18 Fordham (2-2) second-half points after leading 34-30 at halftime.

Williams: Texas Tech's imperfect season could still have a perfect ending 11/26/15 - 11:22pm

Red Raiders have beaten two old rivals; is one more in the offing?

Talbot: Defense not impressive, yet, but it finally got the job done 11/26/15 - 10:38pm

AUSTIN - Every week, Texas Tech defensive coordinator David Gibbs comes out to the Monday press conference and says the same thing but in a different way. Texas Tech's defense isn't good or even average. It is flat-out awful.