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Texas Tech Battles Texas In First Round Of Big 12 Championship Wednesday

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Red Raider baseball is back in contention for the Big 12 crown this week, as fourth-seeded Texas Tech will square off against fifth-seeded Texas in Oklahoma City.

The game will be the last of the day, following West Virginia and Kansas, Baylor against TCU, and Oklahoma against Oklahoma State. First pitch is set for 7:30 PM and the game can be seen on FOX College Sports during the duration of the tournament.

Sunday is the day of the actual championship game, which can be seen on Fox Sports 1.

The Red Raiders have a very legitimate shot at rocking the Big 12 this year, so tune in and support Red Raider baseball.

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