LUBBOCK _ Shannon Wood dove into the end zone form a yard out as Texas Tech inched within 28-21 of Baylor with 5:52 left in the third period.
The TD climaxed a 14-play, 72-yard drive for the Red Raiders.
While Tech is moving the ball on offense, its main prolems are on the defensive end as it has yet to stop the Bears. Baylor scored touchdowns on four of its first five possessions.In fact, the only drive during its first five possessions Baylor didn't score, Bear kicker Ben Parks misfired on a 29-yard field goal.
The Red Raiders also played the second half without All-American wide receiver Michael Crabtree, who injured his right ankle while making a 6-yard catch in the first half. Crabtree was standing on the sidelines with a walking boot and in street clothes in the second half.
_ Dwain Price