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LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) — TJ Holyfield scored 21 points, Kyler Edwards added 17 and Texas Tech beat Oklahoma 69-61. The game was the midpoint of the 18-game Big 12 schedule for both teams. The Red Raiders and Sooners traded baskets for much of the second half before Tech finished the game with a 13-5 run. Brady Manek led Oklahoma with 19 points and Austin Reaves had 16. Ramsey and Edwards had consecutive 3-pointers in a 36-second span to give Texas Tech a 42-41 lead with 15 minutes left. There were then eight lead changes over the next six minutes.
UNDATED (AP) — The February signing period in college football is now about tying up loose ends. Most of the scholarships are accounted for since the signing period opened in late December. The traditional signing period opens Wednesday and there are still questions to be answered: Where will the few uncommitted blue-chip players sign? Which new coaches can finish with a flourish? And what team will have the best class? It could be Clemson, Alabama or Georgia.
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