Tech charges into 20-13 lead in fourth quarter

Texas Tech has pushed ahead thanks to an opportunistic defense and an offense that finally appears to have jumped back into the game.

Matt Williams' 43-yard field goal with 6:24 left to extend the Red Raiders' lead to 20-13.

After Baylor scored on its first drive of the second half to extend its lead to 13-3, Tech charged back for 17 unanswered points.

Tech quarterback Taylor Potts struggled early before bouncing back with a strong effort in the second half.

Now, Baylor has one chance to pull back to tie the score.

It will be up to Blake Szymanski to spark the comeback.