The Red Raiders have pulled out all the stops to get their punched ticket to the Big Dance, and Wednesday night Tech pulled out a signature win over third-ranked Oklahoma 65-63.

Aaron Ross came in off the bench and provided the necessary spark, as he logged a team-high 17 points. Keenan Evans had another good game with 14 points and Zach Smith added 10.

Jordan Woodard stepped up for what seemed like an absence of Buddy Hield in the second half and put up a game-high 25. Hield was held to 16 for the game after scoring the Sooners' first 10 points of the contest. Hield also had five turnovers throughout the night.


The Red Raiders will look to win their fourth straight on Saturday when they visit Oklahoma State in Stillwater at 8:30 p.m. on ESPNU.