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        === Texas Tech moves to 7-0 after dispatching West Virginia ===
 
 Morgantown,   WV  (SportsNetwork.com)  -  Kenny  Williams  scored  a  pair  of
 touchdowns on the ground in the second half, as the 16th-ranked Texas Tech Red
 Raiders rallied past the West Virginia Mountaineers 37-27 on Saturday
 
 Williams  carried the ball 16 times for 58 yards and caught five passes for 62
 yards  for the  Red Raiders (7-0, 4-0 Big  12), who are 7-0 for the first time
 since the 2008 season.
 
 Davis  Webb  completed 36-of-50 passes for  462 yards and two touchdowns. Jace
 Amaro caught nine  passes for 136 yards and two scores and Bradley Marquez had
 eight catches for 112 yards.
 
 "We  talk about  it all the time.  Fortune favors the bold. We're not going to
 leave  it up to anyone else. We knew it was up to him to make good throws, and
 today he did that," Texas Tech coach Kliff Kingsbury said of Webb.
 
 Clint  Trickett  connected on 27-of-43 passes  for 254 yards and one touchdown
 for  the  Mountaineers (3-4, 1-3), who  have dropped two  in a row since a win
 over then-No. 11 Oklahoma State on Sept. 28.
 
 Dreamius  Smith carried  the ball  16 times  for 89  yards and  two scores  in
 defeat.
 
 "I  want to  congratulate Texas  Tech for  getting the  victory here,  to have
 enough  fight and will to them to make enough plays to be able to win the game
 at  the  end," West Virginia coach  Dana Holgorsen said. "Obviously, we didn't
 have that."
 
 Trailing  27-16 late  in the third quarter, Texas Tech put together an 80-yard
 scoring  drive. The big play of the series came on 3rd-and-2 when Amaro caught
 a  32-yard pass. Marquez followed with a 10-yard catch before Williams' 1-yard
 TD run.
 
 Williams  added  another rushing touchdown  in the  early stages of the fourth
 period.  Amaro and  Marquez caught passes of 37 and 16 yards, respectively, to
 move  the ball to  the West Virginia 14. Williams then carried the ball for 13
 yards  before  finding the end  zone from one yard  out, making it 30-27 Texas
 Tech.
 
 The  Red Raiders  also  stepped up  on defense,  forcing  the Mountaineers  to
 consecutive three-and-outs.
 
 Texas  Tech took over  at its own 31 with 4 1/2 minutes to play. Jordan Davis'
 27-yard catch led to Amaro's 10-yard TD catch on 3rd-and-goal.
 
 And the clock ran out on West Virginia.
 
 Texas  Tech scored a touchdown on its second possession of the game. Marquez's
 30-yard catch led to Amaro's 10-yard TD grab.
 
 Charles  Sims fumbled  on the ensuing West Virginia possession. Pete Robertson
 recovered  the ball  and the Red Raiders  took over at their own 32. Marquez's
 19-yard  catch  on third down kept  the drive alive, but Texas Tech eventually
 settled for a 21-yard field goal from Ryan Bustin.
 
 The  Mountaineers put  together a  lengthy  drive near  the end  of the  first
 quarter. A pair of penalties on West Virginia set up a 3rd-and-30 at the Texas
 Tech  42. Sims  recorded a 16-yard run before Trickett's fourth-down pass fell
 incomplete.
 
 The  Red Raiders tacked on three more points in the early stages of the second
 stanza. Williams' 41-yard catch led to Bustin's 36-yard field goal.
 
 But the Mountaineers scored the final 13 points of the period to tie the game.
 The  home team used  three passing plays of at least 13 yards to move the ball
 inside  the  red zone. Josh  Lambert's 33-yard field goal  cut the gap to 13-3
 with nine minutes left in the half.
 
 Webb was about to run for a score on the ensuing Texas Tech possession, but he
 fumbled  just short of the goal line. West Virginia capitalized with a 99-yard
 scoring  drive.  Kevin White's 40-yard catch  on 3rd-and-14 set up Smith's 38-
 yard rushing TD.
 
 West  Virginia's offense  got the ball right back after Austin Stewart fumbled
 on the following kickoff. Lambert's 30-yard field goal made it 13-13.
 
 The  Mountaineers continued to roll early in the second half. They opened with
 a 13-play, 74-yard scoring drive. A defensive pass interference penalty set up
 West Virginia with a 1st-and-goal from the six. Three plays later, Sims caught
 a 4-yard TD pass from Trickett.
 
 Bustin made a 26-yard field goal on the ensuing Texas Tech possession.
 
 West  Virginia responded with another touchdown. This time around, Smith found
 the end zone from 12 yards out to make it 27-16.
 
                                   Game Notes
 
 Texas  Tech leads  the all-time series 2-1  ... Sims carried the ball 15 times
 for 77 yards and caught seven passes for 32 yards ... Texas Tech was penalized
 seven times for 80 yards.
 
 10/19 18:33:26 ET