Saturday’s Texas Tech vs Oklahoma State Game Is a Sellout
When the Texas Tech Red Raiders take the field Saturday night against the no. 15 Oklahoma State Cowboys, it will be in front of a capacity crowd at Jones AT&T Stadium. Saturday’s prime time game is officially sold out, the school’s athletics department announced.
This marks the first sold out game for the Red Raiders this season and the third-straight against Big 12 Conference foes dating back to the end of the 2016. This will be the 15th time since 2010 Tech has played in front of at least 60,000 fans at home.
The Red Raiders head into Saturday’s contest with an undefeated 3-0 record after Tech took down the Houston Cougars, 27-24, last weekend, snapping the team’s 16-game home winning streak. Tech will be looking for its first 4-0 start since the 2013 season (which they finished 8-5).
Kickoff against the Cowboys is scheduled for 7 p.m. Saturday night with television coverage provided nationally by FOX’s top crew of Gus Johnson, Joel Klatt and Jenny Taft. The game can also be heard over the air via the Texas Tech Sports Network.
The Oklahoma State game marks the halfway point on Texas Tech’s home slate as the Red Raiders still await visits from Iowa State (Oct. 21), Kansas State (Nov. 4) and TCU (Nov. 18).
Fans can purchase tickets for all three of those games through the Raider Power Pack, which is priced at $120 per person.