LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) Texas Tech kept making plays and scoring points while West Virginia went more than 15 minutes without a field goal in the first half.
The No. 18 Red Raiders were well on their way to another big Monday win, this time 81-50 to match their most lopsided Big 12 victory in school history, and only two days after a 16-point loss at No. 13 Kansas.
We were a little bit disappointed, Tech senior guard Brandone Francis said. We had a team meeting, a players-only meeting, and came out and put everything out there.
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