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The Texas Tech Red Raiders Beat California State Bakersfield 74-58

The Texas Tech Red Raiders took down Cal State Bakersfield in the United Spirit Arena 74-58.

Jordan Tolbert scored 27 points, tying his season high and giving him four straight games of at least 20 points, Javarez Willis scored 16 and Robert Lewandowski added 10 more.

With Texas Tech leading 55-50, Cal State Bakersfield’s Donald Johnson was called for a technical foul after he appeared to taunt after a breakaway dunk. The Red Raiders converted the resulting free throws and possession, and finished the game on a 19-8 run. Bakersfield crept within six, but Terran Petteway’s 3-pointer with 5:28 left put the game out of reach.

The Red Raiders are 6-5 on the season and are in action later this week against Southeastern Louisiana in the United Spirit Arena.

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