Texas Tech's Darrion Williams scored a career-high 30 points on a perfect 12-of-12 shooting, including four 3-pointers, leading the Red Raiders to a 79-50 victory over sixth-ranked Kansas. Texas Tech never trailed in the game, and Williams' 12 field goals without a miss set a new record for the team. Kansas, hindered by injuries and fatigue, shot a season-low 32.7% from the field.

By the Numbers
  • Darrion Williams scored 30 points on 12-of-12 shooting
  • Kansas shot a season-low 32.7% from the field
  • Unranked Big 12 teams are 9-3 at home against Top 10 teams this season
State of Play
  • Texas Tech improved to 13-1 at home
  • Kansas shot a season-low 32.7% from the field
  • Texas Tech had lost three in a row before its win at home Saturday over UCF
What's Next

Kansas, already with six wins against Top 25 opponents, plays Saturday at No. 25 Oklahoma. Texas Tech plays Saturday at No. 10 Iowa State.

Bottom Line

Darrion Williams' flawless performance and Texas Tech's dominant victory over Kansas highlight the team's resurgence after a recent slump, while Kansas faces challenges as it prepares for the upcoming game against Oklahoma.