Texas Tech vs. Oklahoma State 2012 viewing guide: Previews, TV schedule and more

Jamie Squire

Two pass-happy offenses face off in Stillwater, Okla., as the Oklahoma State Cowboys host the Texas Tech Red Raiders. All-day-long Saturday coverage right here.

The Texas Tech Red Raiders haven't beaten the Oklahoma State Cowboys in Stillwater, Okla., since 2001, but they'll attempt yet another a reverse of fortunes on Saturday.

Red Raiders' quarterback Seth Doege leads the nation's top passing attack into Cowboy territory against an OSU team that is likewise a top-five passing offense despite the quarterback carousel of Wes Lunt and J.W. Walsh, who have both been banged up this season.

In a game between two so-so defenses, Oklahoma State will have the advantage in the run game, where back Joseph Randle has led the 23rd best rushing offense with 1,008 yards on the ground this season.


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No. 23 Texas Tech (7-3) comes off a 41-34 overtime victory against Kansas where Doege passed for 476 yards with completions on 45-of-59 attempts. That made up for a poor defensive performance, where the Red Raiders' defense gave up 419 yards to the nation's 115th best scoring team.

The No. 24 Cowboys (6-3) are 5-1 at home this season after a 55-34 victory against West Virginia last week.

Game time, TV channel: 3:30 p.m. ET, Fox Sports Net

Point spread: Oklahoma State opened as a 10.5-point favorite against Texas Tech.

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