NCAAF Scores: Texas Tech vs Oklahoma live score and highlights
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Oklahoma City : OK : USA | Oct 22, 2011 at 6:08 PM PDT
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Oklahoma Highlights vs. Texas Tech - 11/13/10

Texas Tech will play against Oklahoma at Owen Field tonight in week 9 of the College Football. Check live score go here.

The Sooners are No. 3 in the AP poll, No. 1 in the coaches and No. 3 in the BCS, and they’re national ranking in most statistical categories tends to land near the top. Oklahoma (6-0, 3-0 Big 12) havn’t lost for more than 20 games in their home field.

The Sooners posted their most lopsided road win against Kansas last week. And now, they get to return to a field where they’re beating opponents by an average of 30 points per game over the course of the streak against good team Texas Tech.

Oklahoma and Texas Tech has some statistical comparison per-game that are similar in numbers—points. Texas Tech just came off from back-to-back losses at home in five-point loss to Texas A&M and seven-point setback to Kansas State.

The losses dropped the Texas Tech Raiders to 4-2 on the season and 1-2 in the Big 12, but coach Tommy Tuberville sees some good things to stay hungry at the midpoint of the season.

Junior WR Darrin Moore, out since early in the Nevada game with leg injury is expected to play against the Sooners. While Senior RB Aaron Crawford stepped up in behalf of Eric Stephens who went out with a season-ending knee injury against Kansas State.

1st Quarter

Texas Tech 7 - 0 Oklahoma -- Seth Doege passed to Alex Torres for 44 yard gain (Donnie Carona kicked)

Texas Tech 7 - 7 Oklahoma -- Landry Jones passed to Kenny Stills for 15 yard gain (Michael Hunnicutt kicked)

2nd Quarter

Texas Tech 14 - 7 Oklahoma -- Seth Doege rushed for 1 yard gain (Donnie Caronakicked)

Texas Tech 21 - 7 Oklahoma -- Seth Doege passed to Alex Torres for 30 yard gain TD (Donnie Carona kicked)

Texas Tech 24 - 7 Oklahoma -- Donnie Carona kicked a 40-yard field goal

3rd Quarter

Texas Tech 31 - 7 Oklahoma -- Seth Doege passed to Alex Torres for 11 yard gain TD (Donnie Carona kicked)

Texas Tech 31 - 14 Oklahoma -- Landry Jones passed to Kenny Stills for 58 yard gain TD (Michael Hunnicutt kicked)

Texas Tech 31 - 17 Oklahoma -- Michael Hunnicutt kicked a 22-yard field goal

4th Quarter

Texas Tech 31 - 24 Oklahoma -- Landry Jones passed to Trey Millard for 3 yard gain TD (Michael Hunnicutt kicked)

Texas Tech 34 - 24 Oklahoma -- Donnie Carona kicked a 37-yard field goal

Texas Tech 41 - 24 Oklahoma -- Seth Doege passed to Tramain Swindall for 15 yard gain TD (Donnie Carona kicked)

Texas Tech 41 - 31 Oklahoma -- Landry Jones passed to Jaz Reynolds for 55 yard gain TD (Michael Hunnicutt kicked)

Texas Tech 41 - 38 Oklahoma -- Landry Jones passed to James Hanna for 22 yard gain TD (Michael Hunnicutt kicked)

NCAAF Scores

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UNC - 38 Final

Clemson - 59

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Illinois - 14 Final

Purdue - 21

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Kansas St - 59 Final

Kansas - 21

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Okla St - 45 Final

Missouri - 24

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Arkansas - 29 Final

Mississippi - 24

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Boston Coll - 14 Final

VA Tech - 30

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Nebraska - 41 Final

Minnesota - 14

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GA Tech - 7 Final

Miami (FL) - 24

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Oregon - 45 Final

Colorado - 2

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Texas A&M - 33 Final

Iowa St - 17

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Air Force - 26 Final

Boise St - 37

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Auburn - 10 Final

LSU - 45

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Marshall - 28 Final

Houston - 63

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Tennessee - 6 Final

Alabama - 37

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Wisconsin - 31 Final

Michigan St - 37

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Texas Tech - 41 Final

Oklahoma - 38

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Washington - 21 Final

Stanford - 65

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