Fitt: New-Look Texas Tech Offense Looks Fearsome As AlwaysColumns
LUBBOCK, Texas — Heading into Sunday’s rubber game, it seemed like Oklahoma State was set up perfectly to finally win a series against Texas Tech for the first time since 2016. After blowing a six-run lead in Friday’s series opener, Oklahoma State bounced back with a convincing win Saturday behind spot starter Ben Abram, allowing ace Juaron Watts-Brown to get a needed extra day of rest. With Watts-Brown back on the mound Sunday against Texas Tech freshman Taber Fast, Oklahoma State had a clear advantage — on paper.
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