Baylor hasn’t played very many close games this year.
But the Lady Bears, who have been the unanimous No. 1 team in the country for seven straight weeks, had their hands full Wednesday.
In front of its largest home crowd in five years — 12,403 — Texas Tech hung with Baylor but couldn’t upset the top-ranked team two years in a row, falling 72-64 at United Spirit Arena.
The loss was the third in a row for the 17th-ranked Lady Raiders after a 14-game winning streak.