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STILLWATER, Okla. -- Texas Tech coach Kliff Kingsbury never really considered going for a 2-point conversion and the victory, feeling confident his team could prevail in overtime.The game never got that far.Clayton Hatfield missed the extra point after Quinton Whites 1-yard scoring run with 1:39 left, and No. 17 Oklahoma State escaped with a 45-44 victory over Texas Tech on Saturday.We had the momentum, Kingsbury said. I liked what we were doing offensively, I liked what we were doing defensively, so I felt great about going to overtime. Our team handled it the last time very well, so that was the plan.Texas Tech (4-6, 2-5 Big 12) appeared to have overcome a 10-point fourth quarter deficit when White spun into the end zone on third-and-goal from the 1, but Hatfields kick sailed wide right, leaving the Red Raiders down by one.I thought they would go for two, Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy said. If you look at it from his point of view, 2-point conversions are about 33 percent effective. But it would not have surprised me.After Oklahoma State (8-2, 6-1, No. 13 CFP) recovered the onside kick attempt, the Cowboys marched quickly into the red zone, and resisted Techs attempts to let them score before running out the clock.It hurts, it definitely hurts, said Tech quarterback Patrick Mahomes, the nations leading passer, who completed 34 of 51 passes for 344 yards and three touchdowns. We had a lot of chances to win, but they found a way to win, we didnt. Its kind of like the whole season. It hurts, but were going to go out there and fight. Weve got two games to get bowl eligible.Mahomes also rushed for two touchdowns, giving him 12 and setting a new Texas Tech single-season record for a quarterback, surpassing the previous mark of 10 set by Rodney Allison in 1976.For Oklahoma State, Mason Rudolph threw for 395 yards and two touchdowns on 20-of-28 passing, and also rushed for a touchdown, and Justice Hill had 126 yards and a touchdown on 18 rushes. James Washington registered six receptions for 158 yards, including an 82-yard TD with 6 seconds left in the third quarter that put the Cowboys ahead 45-35.TAKEAWAYTexas Tech: The Red Raiders can run the ball pretty well when they have to or are invited to, and Demarcus Felton needs to get the ball more. Even though he has the leading rusher this season, Felton got a total of one carry over the previous three games, but he came up with 77 yards on 10 rushes before leaving in the third quarter with an ankle injury, the severity of which was unknown. If hes healthy, hes proven he deserves a bigger role in the offense. He did a good job, Kingsbury said. When youre playing those light boxes, he does a good job finding space.Oklahoma State: The Cowboys kept their hopes of a Big 12 championship alive. They need to win next week against TCU to set up a showdown with No. 9 Oklahoma on Dec. 3 for the conference title. Oklahoma State won for the fourth time this season with a margin of seven points or less.PLAY OF THE GAMETexas Tech had just pulled to 38-35 on Mahomes 7-yard touchdown run with 24 seconds left in the third quarter when Rudolph hurled up a deep pass to Washington on the first play of the next possession. Washington caught the ball at the 50 and raced the rest of the way into the end zone for an 82-yard touchdown, restoring a 10-point lead with 6 seconds left in the third.LAST WORDNo fear, no frustration and no fatigue is what we talk about, Gundy said of his teams ability to win close games. I think there is some truth to them believing in themselves makes a big difference. When you start to win over a period of years, you feel like youre going to win. Your mind is much more powerful than the physical part of your body and we believe in that, so they just play hard and Im proud of them.UP NEXTTexas Tech will next face Iowa State on the road.Oklahoma State continues its quest for a Big 12 title by traveling to Fort Worth to take on TCU. Phil Jones Jersey . -- If this was Aaron Gordons final home game at Arizona, and it almost certainly was, then he went out in style. Fabian Delph England Jersey . Defenceman Yannick Weber scored the go-ahead goal early in the third period and the Canucks breathed a sigh of relief with a 2-1 win on Saturday night. .C. -- Kemba Walker and the Charlotte Bobcats got off to a fast start, and the Sacramento Kings were never quite able to catch up. Ashley Young Jersey . Thousands of Southern California fans enveloped the Trojans to celebrate an improbable win secured by an interim coach, an inconsistent kicker and a thin defence that wouldnt break. Phil Jones England Jersey . LOUIS -- Mike Smith is used to facing plenty of shots, so this was nothing new. Sagun Kamat became the first Goa player to score a triple-century as they amassed 606 for 6, their first 600-plus score, before declaring against Services in Cuttack. Kamat began the day on 177 and reached his double-century before lunch. He put on 109 for the third wicket with Snehal Kauthankar (45), 98 with Darshan Misal (45) for the fourth, and 96 unbeaten runs for the seventh with Shadab Jakati (57*) en route to his 304 not out. In reply, Services finished the day on 39 for the loss of Anshul Gupta for 4.Kerala added 250 runs for the last five wickets to end the second day on 506 for 9 against Hyderabad in Bhubaneswar. Iqbal Abdulla recorded the highest individual score by a Kerala No. 8, hitting 14 fours and six sixes in his unbeaten 157.Kerala began the day on 223 for 4, and lost overnight batsman Jalaj Saxena (79) in the 12th over of the day. Left-arm spinner Mehdi Hasan removed Robert Fernandez and Sachin Baby (80) to reduce Kerala to 312 for 7. Abdulla then combined with fellow left-arm spinner KS Monish (40) to put on 141 runs for the eighth wicket, and raised his second first-class hundred. Hasan was the most successful bowler, finishing the day with 3 for 134 in his 54 overs.Joginder Sharma and Harshal Patel led Haryanas fightback against Chhattisgarh , but couldnt prevent them from taking an 11-run first-innings lead in Guwahati.The day began with Chhattisgarh on 68 for 1, trailing Haryana by only 110. Harshal removed Ashutosh Singh in the first over of the day, and then trapped Mohammad Kaif in front to reduce Chhattisgarh to 80 for 3. Opener Sahil Gupta (78) and Abhimanyu Chauhan tried to stabilise the innings through a 52-run stand for the fourth wicket, before Yuzvendra Chahal broke through and opened the door for a collapse. Joginder took the next five wickets and Patel took the last, as Chhattisgarh lost their last six wickets for 29 runs to be bowled out for 189. Joginder finished with 5 for 32 - his 20th five-wicket haul - while Patel finished with 4 for 40.ddddddddddddHaryana were reduced to 35 for 3 in their second innings, with medium-pacer Pankaj Rao taking all three wickets. However, Himanshu Rana (50*) and Rohit Sharma (34*) put on 86 unbeaten runs for the fourth wicket. Haryana were 121 for 3 at stumps, and ended the day like they had started it - 110 ahead of Chhattisgarh.Tripura piled on 549 against Himachal Pradesh, before taking an early wicket in Himachals reply in Kalyani. Himachal Pradesh struck regularly in the first session - starting with the wicket of Smit Patel (111) in the second over - as they reduced Tripura to 379 for 6. However, captain Manisankar Murasingh (84) combined with Gurinder Singh (79), who scored his first fifty, to take Tripura past the 500-mark for only the second time in their Ranji history. Left-arm spinner Mayank Dagar took his first five-wicket haul, finishing with 5 for 138, and was Himachals most successful bowler.Himachal lost Prashant Chopra in the third over, before Ankush Bains (28*) and Nitin Gangta (12*) took them to 50 for 1 at stumps, trailing by 499 runs.Bandeep Singhs eight half-century helped Jammu & Kashmir extend their overnight score of 205 for 6 to 334 against Andhra at the Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai.J&K lost overnight batsman Puneet Bisht (20) with the score on 221, after which Bandeep joined hands with medium-pacer Ram Dayal (42) to put on 73 for the eighth wicket. He was eventually dismissed for 63 by D Siva Kumar, who finished with 4 for 49 in his 29 overs. Left-arm spinner Bhargav Bhatt also added two more wickets to his tally, to finish with 4 for 122.In reply, Andhra were 72 for 2 at stumps, having lost both their openers, trailing J&K by 262 runs. ' ' '

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