Texas Tech will be in the national championship game with a chance to make school history, thanks to a hard-fought 61-51 win against Michigan State in the Final Four on Saturday night.
Matt Mooney led the way with 22 points on 8-of-16 shooting, hitting a couple of three-pointers early and carrying the way while Jarrett Culver struggled in the first half against Michigan State’s defense. The Red Raiders’ top-ranked defense held the Spartans to just 31.9 percent shooting from the field, including 17 missed 3-pointers, and the Texas Tech bench outscored Michigan State’s bench by 10 in a game that was won with physicality.
Texas Tech advances to Monday night’s final against Virginia in Minneapolis.
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Source: CBS Sports