LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) -- For the second straight day, Texas Tech rallied to beat Oklahoma in extra innings, claiming a 15-14 win in 10 innings.
Saturday, the Red Raiders beat the Sooners 8-7 in 12 innings.
The Sooners built a 12-2 lead by the fifth inning Sunday, led by three-run homers by Rick Park, who drove in six runs overall, and Jeff Bajenaru.
Texas Tech got back in the game with three runs in the bottom of the fifth, six in the sixth and tied the game 12-12 with a run in the seventh. Homers by Jason Rainey and Mark Austry led the comeback.
Oklahoma took a 14-12 lead in the top of the ninth on back-to-back doubles by Josh Witcher and Jeremy Vidales.
But in the bottom half of the ninth, Tech scored two runs with two outs on Marco Cunningham's double down the left-field line --two of his five RBIs.
In the bottom of the tenth, after a Chad Landry leadoff walk, a single by Trey Lunsford and a sacrifice bunt by Austry, David O'Keeffe sent a single through the middle to score pinch-runner David Garza with the winning run for Tech.
Kevin Tracey (7-6) got the win for Texas Tech and Bajenaru (1-2)took the loss for the Sooners.