Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Singletary’s 43 points lead Texas Tech to upset over A&M, 88-83


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OKLAHOMA CITY — Mike Singletary single-handedly led the biggest comeback in Big 12 tournament history, scoring all 29 of Texas Tech's points during a second-half surge that pushed the Red Raiders to a 88-83 win against Texas A&M; on Wednesday night.

Singletary finished with 43 points to break the tournament scoring record of 38 set by held by Iowa State's Marcus Fizer in 2000 against Baylor.

The last basket in Singletary's amazing stretch was a drive for a layup past Bryan Davis that put the Red Raiders (17-15) up 79-78 with 39.4 seconds left and erased the last part of a 21-point deficit. Alan Voskuil and John Roberson followed that with a pair of free throws apiece to push the lead to five.

Donald Sloan led the Aggies (23-9) with 22 points.


Ed Fox 10 years, 10 months ago

Oh what I would give for them to beat MU next!

tennesseest 10 years, 10 months ago

Why? Wouldn't you rather see us embarrass MU on national television, again?

JayViking 10 years, 10 months ago

I was told the biggest deficit was 24 at one point, which would be greater than our 22 point come back.

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