Who Won Between Texas Tech and Arkansas?

The texas tech Red Raiders took on the Arkansas Razorbacks in a heated battle. Who came out on top?

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Texas Tech

Texas Tech has officially won against Arkansas. The score was 3-2, with Texas Tech’s pitcher, Blake Bass, being named player of the game. This was an important win for texas tech as it puts them in a good position for the NCAA tournament.

Team Roster

Texas Tech:
1. Chris Beard – Head Coach
2. Tariq Owens – Forward
3. Davide Moretti – Guard
4. Norense Odiase – Center
5. Kyler Edwards – Guard
6. Josh Moller-Franson – Forward
7. Matt Mooney – Guard
8. Dakota Mitchell – Center
9. Brandone Francis – Guard
10. Deshawn Corporation – Guard
11. Jamal Johnson – Forward

Team Stats

texas tech
-7 Innings
-14 Hits
-4 Runs
-1 Error

-5 Innings
-8 Hits
-2 Runs
-0 Errors


It was a victory for the Arkansas over Texas Tech team. The final score was 31-24. This was a great game for the Arkansas team.

Team Roster

#Texas Tech
QB – Jett Duffey
RB – Daetrich Harrington
WR – T.J. Vasher
TE – Jace Amaro
OL – Le’Raven Clark
DL – Kris McGriff
LB – Dakota Allen
DB – Desmon Smith

QB- Austin Allen
RB- Devwah Whaley
WR- Jared Cornelius
TE- Jeremy Sprinkle
OL- Frank Ragnow
DL- McTelvin “Sosa” Agim
LB- Dre Greenlaw
DB- Ryan Pulley

Team Stats

Texas Tech:
-Offensive Touchdowns: 4
-Rushing Yards: 362
-Passing Yards:428
-First Downs: 23
-Turnovers: 1
-Total Yards: 790

-Offensive Touchdowns: 1
-Rushing Yards:122
-Passing Yards:159
-First Downs: 12
-Turnovers:- 2
Total Yards: 281

The Game

It was a tense game, with both teams giving it their all. In the end, Texas Tech emerged victorious, with a score of 21-14. Arkansas put up a good fight, but in the end, they just couldn’t quite match up to the Texas Tech team.

Score by Quarter

1st Quarter: Texas Tech 0, Arkansas 7
2nd Quarter: Texas Tech 7, Arkansas 14
3rd Quarter: Texas Tech 14, Arkansas 21
4th Quarter: Texas Tech 21, Arkansas 28
Final Score: Texas Tech 28, Arkansas 35


In a close game, the texas tech red raiders defeated the Arkansas Razorbacks 42- 38. The Red Raiders were behind by 7 points at halftime, but they battled back in the second half. With less than 2 minutes left in the game, Texas Tech was down by 3 points. But, they forced a turnover and scored a touchdown to take the lead. Arkansas had one last chance to score, but their quarterback threw an interception to seal the deal for Texas Tech.

Texas Tech’s Win

Texas Tech has defeated Arkansas in a close game. Texas Tech’s win can be attributed to their strong defense. Arkansas’s offense was held to only 7 points in the second half. This is a big win for Texas Tech and their fans.

How They Won

Texas Tech didn’t just win – they dominated. They outscored their opponent in every quarter and ended up winning by a final score of 42-17. It was a complete team effort, with the offense putting up 42 points and the defense shutting down Arkansas’ offense. Texas Tech’s quarterback, Patrick Mahomes, had a great game, throwing for over 400 yards and 3 touchdowns. It was a dominant performance by Texas Tech and they look like they could be a force to be reckoned with in the Big 12 this season.

Arkansas’ Loss

In a game that was much closer than the final scoreline suggested, Arkansas ultimately fell to Texas Tech by a score of 73-64. The Razorbacks were able to keep it close for the majority of the game, but a late run by the Red Raiders sealed the deal.

What Went Wrong

It was a tough loss for the Arkansas Razorbacks yesterday, as they fell to the texas tech red raiders by a score of 35-24. There were a lot of things that went wrong for the Razorbacks, but here are three of the biggest factors that contributed to their defeat.

1. Turnovers
Arkansas had four turnovers in the game, including two interceptions and two fumbles. This was far too many mistakes to make against a good team like Texas Tech, and it ultimately cost them the game.

2. Penalties
The Razorbacks were flagged 12 times for a total of 100 yards, which is far too much. Some of these penalties were costly, like the personal foul that gave Texas Tech an extra 15 yards on their final touchdown drive.

3. Poor tackling
This has been an issue for Arkansas all season, but it was really evident yesterday. Texas Tech running back Demarcus Felton gashed them for 173 yards and two touchdowns on just 16 carries, and a lot of those yards came after first contact. If the Razorbacks want to improve on defense, they need to tackle better.

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