NCAA Football Week 8 Recap, Oklahoma Defeats Texas Tech 66-59, Saturday, October 22, 2016

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4-2, 2nd in Big 12 October 22, 8:00 PM | Turf of Jones AT&T Stadium 3-3, 6th in Big 12

When: 8:00 PM ET, Saturday, October 22, 2016
Where: Jones AT&T Stadium, Lubbock, Texas

Oklahoma vs. Texas Tech, BOX SCORE

Final 1 2 3 4 T
OKLA 13 17 21 15 66
TTU 10 14 14 21 59
Rotation /Team /Time Opening Lines
10/22 8:00 PM
365Oklahoma SoonersOklahoma
366texas-tech-red-raiders Texas Tech

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COLLEGE FOOTBALL – Saturday, October 22nd, Oklahoma Sooners vs. Texas Tech Red Raiders.

Team / Live in game Betting at bovada-logo-top-book Spread MoneyLine Total
Oklahoma SoonersOklahoma Sooners -13.5 -110 -540 85 -110
texas-tech-red-raidersTexas Tech Red Raiders +13.5 -110 +420 85 -110
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Oklahoma’s aerial attack produced 545 yards and the Sooners produced a 66-59 victory over Texas Tech on Saturday at Jones AT&T Stadium.

The Sooners won the battle on the scoreboard, but not at the payout window as they failed to cover the -16.5-point spread. OVER bettors were rewarded when the final score pointed to an OVER play.

Baker Mayfield completed 27 of 36 pass attempts for 545 yards for the Sooners in the win.

Patrick Mahomes rushed for 85 yards for Texas Tech, while Da’Leon Ward added 31 yards. Patrick Mahomes threw for 734 yards for the Red Raiders, while receivers Keke Coutee and Jonathan Giles had 172 and 167 yards respectively.

Texas Tech led the time of possession tally, as the game finished as a 30:53-29:07 split in that important category.

Next game, Oklahoma takes its act home to face Kansas looking for another win. For Texas Tech, they head on the road to face TCU.

LUBBOCK, Texas — Plenty of records fell or were tied Saturday night when Oklahoma and Texas Tech combined for one of the most prolific offensive games in NCAA history.

In the end, it was the No. 16 Sooners coming out ahead 66-59 in front of 60,478 at Jones AT&T Stadium.

The teams combined for an NCAA-record 1,708 yards — 854 apiece.

Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield threw for 545 yards and seven touchdowns, running back Joe Mixon had 377 yards of total offense (263 rushing) and found the end zone five times (three receiving), and receiver Dede Westbrook had 202 receiving yards for his fourth consecutive big game.

Red Raiders quarterback Patrick Mahomes II was 52 of 88 passing for 734 yards, tying the record set in 2014 by Washington State’s Connor Halliday. Mahomes, who threw five touchdown passes, fell one attempt shy of matching the FBS record set by Halliday in 2013.

Mahomes also rushed for 85 yards and two touchdowns, setting an NCAA record for most yards by a player in a game with 819.

Texas Tech wide receiver Keke Coutee finished with 172 yards and a touchdown while fellow wideout Jonathan Giles had 167 and two scores.

The most important series may have occurred on the first possession of the second half after the Sooners took a 30-24 lead into halftime.

The Red Raiders got the ball and Oklahoma (5-2, 4-0 Big Ten) held Texas Tech (3-4, 1-3) to a three-and-out, forcing a punt.

It was the last drive that finished with anything other than a touchdown until the Sooners were able to run out the clock on the final drive.

Before many of the fans settled into their seats, Oklahoma put two touchdowns on the board.

The Sooners scored two touchdowns in the first four minutes, both on long scoring passes from former Red Raider Mayfield. The first came on the game’s fifth play when Mixon hauled in a 56-yarder from Mayfield.

After Texas Tech fumbled on its first drive, quickly giving the ball back to the Sooners, Mayfield hit Westbrook for a 49-yard touchdown.

By halftime, Westbrook had six catches for 141 yards.

After Oklahoma’s quick early barrage, the Texas Tech defense settled in and its offense found its footing.

The Red Raiders clawed away at the lead for the rest of the half before grabbing the lead for the first time at 24-23 on Jonathan Giles’ 23-yard touchdown catch from Mahomes with 37 seconds left before halftime.

Westbrook hauled in a 52-yard pass on Oklahoma’s first play of the next drive and then Mayfield hit walk-on Nick Basquine for a 23-yard touchdown a play later as the Sooners needed 20 seconds to tack on another score and take a 30-24 lead into the break.

Mahomes threw for 375 yards in the first half but the rest of Tech’s touchdowns in the half came on the ground.

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