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Oklahoma State 7, Texas Tech 0

Texas Tech Baseball

This time, it's the Tech offense that cannot muster so much as a run to support the pitching. Pitcher A.J. Ramos gave Tech a quality start, allowing only 4 runs, all 4 earned, while striking out 5 and walking 2 in 7 innings. Not a bad day. Unfortunately, Trey Schurr pitched 1.2 innings and gave up 3 runs, all earned, in relief of Ramos. The Red Raider offense managed only 7 hits all day. LAJ's George Watson notes that Tech's chances to make the Big 12 Tournament are quickly dwindling away:

By not taking advantage of those chances, Tech's window of opportunity to qualify for the Big 12 Tournament continued to shrink. With four league games left, the Red Raiders are 11/2 games behind Baylor and Oklahoma, who are tied for seventh, meaning that even with a win in today's 1 p.m. series finale they will go into next week's final series of the season at OU in last.

"It's not over," Smith said. "We still have games to play and know we still have a shot left. We have to come out (today) and get after it. We have to start all over fresh and get these two games out of our heads."