Eric Gay
Texas guard Isaiah Taylor (1) drives to the basket past Texas Tech defenders Devaugntah Williams (0), Zach Smith (11) and Justin Gray (5) during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game, Saturday, Feb. 6, 2016, in Austin, Texas. Texas won 69-59. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

Red Raiders fall in Austin 69-59  updated 12:21am

AUSTIN - Texas Tech had to play small-ball. With their two centers unable to play due to injuries, the Red Raiders had to manage with the likes of 6-foot-8 forwards Aaron Ross and Zach Smith.

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Jam session: Science behind dunking helps Texas Tech players become stronger 02/05/16 - 3:56pm

Five Arkansas students stood in their seats behind the basket as Texas Tech warmed up before the game. Instead of yelling insults or snide remarks about someone's mama, the guys in the stands scored the dunks from each Red Raider.

Lady Raiders want to take season off repeat mode 02/05/16 - 7:47pm

Texas Tech changes practices up in hopes of getting better starts

Texas Tech-Kansas moved to Thursday night 02/05/16 - 4:13pm

Texas Tech-Kansas moved to Thursday

DALLAS - The Big 12 Conference and television partners ESPN and FOX announced that Texas Tech's football game against Kansas at Jones AT&T Stadium has been moved to Sept. 29. A kickoff time and television designation will be announced at a later date.

Tech baseball picked to finish 5th in Big 12 02/05/16 - 12:15am

Texas Tech enters the 2016 season picked to finish fifth in the Big 12 standings, the league office announced Thursday morning as part of its preseason poll.

Red Raiders go big on defensive linemen, tall at WR, DB on signing day 02/03/16 - 3:39pm

Kingsbury says class addresses post-season concerns

Talbot: No drama a good thing for Texas Tech on National Signing Day 02/03/16 - 3:24pm

I could have hit the snooze button. Instead, I trudged into the office at 6:30 a.m. for another National Signing Day, as always expecting the worst - a hectic day filled with the whims and indecisions of 17- and 18-year-old student athletes.